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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 23, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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lOc I PER COPY $3.00 PER. YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY. JASPER FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 23. 1963 VOLUME 93 NUMBER 34



School Board Jennings Com. Australian Farmer Jennings High t Minutes Regular PRIZES ROUGH FISH RODEOSee


Appoints Bus Club To Meet Visits JasperOne School Students Monthly Meeting ( Inside Page)


fc Drivers TeachersOFFICIAL; Aug. 29 I of Australia's most travelled )1 To Register} Mon. Jasper City Council] CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -

young farmers AlIen David Alexander ) "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It"
The Jennings Community Club, The Jennings High School students -
( MINUTES) spent ,part of last week with
b" will 'meeftor a"covered"disiriappef g-- ,,who wiIU in the 10,41th: .*- Jasper, Florida NEW 'COMPLETED
BUILDING
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Jasper Florida in the school lunchroom 8:00 p.m., and 12th, grades are requested to -. "" Augusts, 1963 ;

August; 6, 1963 August 29. Everyone interested in come,by the'*school and register to The City Council of Jasper Flori ORDERS SIGNS FOR ROUTEl-75'

The Board of Public Instruction the moral, sp ritual. cultural and courses they plan to take duringthe da met in regular session Monday

of Hamilton County met today In economic improvement of the town 4 r 1965 to 1964 term. Students evening. August 5, 1963 at 7:30 p.
in the Hall of the (MINUTES CHAMBER OF COSOtEBCE MEETING)
m. City Cityof
.regular session. The following members ana surrounding community please may register August 26 from 8:30
l\ were present: Clyde Hunter come. Bring the family. There will t L : .Avs ': n t&tf.: to 3:30 p.m. and also 6:30 p.m. Jasper with the following present: The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the HamiltonQatmty

Chariman Johnny Butler Allen B. be "baby sitters' 'to take care of w to 8:30. ... Councilman Eugene Lang chairmn. Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evening August

Tyree. Frank Matthews, and E. V. the small children during the busIness I Mayor C. E. Courtoy Councilman 12. in the Chamber office in the City Hall building. Jasper, with
.* and Wade B. Norris, Tom Owens, and
Stormant. The superintendent meeting.. RevivalFriendship At the following directors present: Rance Andrews, Thomas Bridges,
". secretary, Harry M.T. .Reid *.wa.*. pres James Dunaway; City Manager Watkins Saunders Robert Ehlert, and Ed Craton. Others present: R.
.- Robert H. Fisk Attorney F. B.
;
'e 1t' ; "FJC H. Flsk. C D. Barker. Jim Dunaway M. L. Powell, Bob Fine, Harry-
rnt.The
Expects Harrell, Chief of Police' Payton
_. '-, meeting opened. withprayerby Chandler, J. O. BkMle Clyde. McGhin, Ben Wilkinson, Ernest Courtoy,
Rev. Charles Col
Bembry; Courtoy,
:Mr. Reid
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and John
of Record Enrollment Revival, Services will begin at C. A. Avriett, Mr. Jack Barrett, Mr Wagner.The
Based on the recommendation Hamilton County Fun Festival Committee expressed their
Friendship Paptist Church Monday Tom Willoughby and Mrs. J. C.
and the nominationof to all who make and Fun
the principal f appreciation: helped the Beauty Pageant
The North Florida Junior Collegeat August 26 i and will continue thru Greene.
the school trustee and motionof F-estiival a success. A complete financial report should be readyfor
Madison Florida. the lar- 1. with services each
expects Steptember Chairman called
Lang the meet-
Mr. Matthews ..seconded by Mr. I presentation at next month's meeting. The Committee reportedthat
was gest enrollment in its history when night at 730. There will be dinner ing to order asking: Rev. Charles
Tyree, Mrs. Jula :Mae Looper the Beauty Pageant and Fun Festival was enthusiastically received
appointed a teacher in the Jasper students report for the fall semes J1 M3, j ion the grounds the last Sunday. Courtoy to open with prayer. by the citizens of the county and) expressed the hope that the
Elementary School. ter. Freshmen and transfer students ___ __.__ JThe Evangelist will be Bro. John The minutes of the previous meeting Chamber would make it an annual affair.

Based on the nomination of the orientation will begin several days of '! two well-known F. F. A. leaders, f Hutchison from Antioch Church were adopted as presentedupon The Building Committee reported that the Chamber of Commerce

principal sand motion of Mr. E. V. and counseling on Sept :
Stormant .seconded by Mr. Matthews -ember Friday.3 September and classes 6.will begin on Men owns a farming property I No 4th:Friday Sing Motion with a carried.second by Mayor Courtoy. ceived but by the September Board meeting it is possible that a

Miss Mary Alice Crawfordwas 100 miles from Melbourne. and complete report can be made.
appointed a teacher in the Engineering Courses, which wil came to America to be international -j At Church of God Mr. J.: C. Green with the Southern The President advised that the next quarterly meeting of tM

White Springs High SchooL be offered for the first time duringthe guest of Florida's State F. F. A. I II Railway System appeared be- Florida Crown Council will be held Saturday morning August 31, at
1963-64 include. Plane Surveying fore the Council in regard to the
Mr Reid recommended that year Convention. Allen is no newcomer There will not be a sing at the I 10:00 a.m., in Jacksonville Beach, prior to the Florida Crown Beauty
Qty Council I
Elijah Rhodes ,a teacher ut the ,Route'Surveying, Engineer'Mechanics. I to America as he visited theU.. S. I Jasper Chrch of God Friday Aug. the adopting a Resolution Pageant scheduled for Saturday afternoon and evening.
of Materials supporting Southern in
Strength Railway
Carver High School be appointed log 1 A. a? an exchange student in 1956- 23rd as previously anr>ounced but its litigation President Andrews advised that the Advertising and Publicity

principal of the Jerry Jackson Elementary Additional.and offerings.Highway also Engineering.will be 57. During Ws stay in Florida at :we will have our 4th Friday sing car grain rates.concerning multiple Committee of the Chamber have been working on a new picture and

School. This was approved that time he spent much time in September See you then. article to be used in the Orange Blossom Trail brochure, for publicizing -
on motion of Mr. Tyree, second- given in Chemistry Drama, Literature with FFA groups in High School j 1 Motion by Mayor Courtoy, seconded Hamilton County. Upon renewing of our membership in the
the Social Sciences, and
ded by Mr. Butler and before leaving was awarded -- by Councilman Owens thata Orange Iossom Trail Association and advertising in the brochure at

The following) were named school Business. [the Honoary State Farmer Degree I Irrow and water skiing, swimmingand i "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY the usual price 0 *$200, this year the association will give us, free of

bus drivers for the 1963-64 term: Registrar} J. C. Moore reports ''Allen is a past leader of the Young '. flying. ",With the boys Allen COUNCIL OF JASPER, FLORIDA charge, four large highway signs advertising the Orange Blossom Trail

Leon Musgrove V. B. Smith, W. B. that new applications are running ,Fanner Club in Australia and has went swimming in the cold Blue SUPPORTING THE POSITION OF which is on US41 here. These signs are to be displayed beneath the

Norris, James Hunter Theo Sullivan -about thirty percent higher than I also be guest of the English Young Springs. and flying in a Cessna r THE SOUTHERN IN RAILWAY COMPANY Chamber's siigns at the interchanges on Interstate 75 within the county.
En- ITS
LITIGATION
last in Civil INVOLVING
,'L. M. DeVane Melvin Smith gineering year. Technology Programs and Data :Farmers. I over the surrounding area. THE LAWFULNESS OF .-.: -....-............ ................--'.

R. K. Smith Wynefle Tyree, Irene instituted Florida's MULTIPLE-CAR GRAIN RATES -, --
Convention Allen
Operations Since
Hammond, Leon Scaff N. B. Processing "No two countries are more alike : -'A
J. F. Lang- last fall appear to be drawing sub (tan America and Austrialia" explained has been traveling to other State COVERING TRANSPORTATIONOF s

Bryan, Nancy Morgan Junior Bowles, stantially larger numbers of stu-J j Alexander. "The main dif Conventions with Larry Whittington GRAIN INTO THE SOUTH e

dale, Mary Brown, Henderson, dents. 1'Terence is we are below the equator National Southern Region FFA EAST" be adopted. Motion carried

Arnel Thomas Fields Grant, Maceo Mose:Howell M. C. New faculty,and staff joining the 1 and so we have opposite sea-!t!The President. Mr. Harrell next read a Utility
i I i Agreement and Resolution from
Wright, Oliver Siler Nat Roberts, college include: Charles Behrman, sons-now being winter" and ,, One evening Allen was guest of the
State
Robert Newsome Mrs. Luegene Business; William T. Brantley, :Allen, as he mapped the sweat I the Jim Dunaway's for supper and Road Department in regards
Mattie Nunn Chemistry; Edith Hansen, Speech from this brow. I II to Carolina Street from S.R.
and Mrs.
Fourakers I during one afternoon he toured the 25 S.
i I to R. 51 and Knowles Street
and Drama Home Nur-
were named as contract drivers. ; Claydell Agricultural building with Carrol
I He explained Australia has had and Southeast Central Avenue. Mo-
J. D. Mathematics
sing; Kaney, .
A motion was made by Mr. Matt-.. Maurice Kin?. Music; Mildred Par- one of its coldest winters and the :jMcElroy. tion by Councilman Norris second- =''le-

hews, seconded by Mr. mountains are covered deep in. With a clear British accent Allen ed by Mayor Courtoy that the-Resolution ,

,appoint! Dr. J. R-rBro Stonnant.l. rish Relations, Publications Franklin and D.Community Sexton. e., ,- 'i...... '" '_ *. ,'.. ? -j sadly iaid' physician,.for' the > :; ;
Ingr .. ? Copies of Agreement and Resolutions -
Communicatioris;- Russell D.. Stil- Allen lives with his wife Barbara Jasper friends and began the home
drivers:;: .1
> weD History}*Hazel D. Walker 'and 2 year old daughter Jenny Lee j I'ward trip. to San Francisco. On filed, in Minute Book

Notice having been given that a I i Mathematics; .James T. Walker,1 on their lovely fanning property |August 27th he flies by jet to Melbourne CoL Avriett next introduced Mr- I'i'c
hearing would be held on the I II '
public Mathematics, ;and Cecil Stover I "Than loon/. Here they have Australia to De back with Jack Barrett, Manager and Mr.
proposed'school budget,' said hear- Sperintendent of Buildings and built an American ranch style his family and await the Spring 'Tom Willoughby Engineers of the
ing was held. A motion was made T, V. Cable-Vision : :
Grounds Allen explained his hobbies were Season.r' < Company in .
by Mr. Stormant, seconded'by Mr. Live Oak. Mr. Barrett --'- -
stated thatif "
Matthews ,and carried: that said the City would grant them a I .. 1 < :.:., ..1'1 .;,........ ';.

budget be adopted.Notice : a Cable-Vision Franchise they J ;. c' -- ,-

having been given that would immediately begin a
bids would be received for furnish determine if a Cable-Vision surveyto station NEW FLAGPOLE OX COURT HOUSE LAWN

ing petroleum products for use in I COMMENTS FROM THE CAPITOL y could be set up in Jasper. The- The above picture, taken by Kenneth Tuten shows the construction

school buses and school plants for Council delayed granting of the of the new flagpole authorized by the County Commission, and

the 1963-64 term the following were by Vonf Neff i/ Franchise at the present time. which now is in use on the Courthouse lawn carrying a United States

received: q Motion by Councilman flag and a State of Florida Flag. (Note-there is also a flagpole in

Standard Oil Company Had we_been half as ,quick ber of troops across the Commenting on President seconded by Mayor Courtoy Dunaway that the park near the highway. ,We wonder if someone could be prevailed

Pure Oil Company with our decisions and Russian border in Finland! Kennedy, James Reston, the City Council accept the recommendation upon. to raise a flag there also). .. "?. ;, .,.
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.
Cities Service Oil Company troops in Cuba as the Gov of The New York Times, of the Jasper: Planningand

Gulf Oil Company ernmentH3 in sending It's funny how our longhaired writes, "He plays touchgovernment Zoning Board tochange Zone RIB ?-T.i ZONING"CHANGE :

These bids were tabulated and it them to the race-torn South, thinkers periodicallypick ; 'he seems to. touch to R2 in the South % of Block .," '" .
found Standard Oil Company I think that there would be Communistic line PUBLIC HEARING .j'
was that a: ,'everything and tackle nothing 39 ;all of the Block 40 and all of
was the lowest bidder for no Communistic bastion in and spread it as a truism. .*' Mr. Reston is a sometime Block 46. Motion carried. : i.t

motor oil and wheel lubricants: the Caribbean to devil us Currently, it's "don't die- A Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall
admirer of Mr. Kennedy. Motion by Councilman Owens Jasper, Florida,
Pure oil the lowest Curb Khrushchev his
company was ; .
o'clock
seconded by Councilman Thursday night September5,1953, at 8:00 pan. to consider the
bidder on gear lubricants and chas 1 cannot understand ,how we, .successor might be much Dunawaythat following ..
With Russia threatening us the following monthly bills be ...
sis lubricants and Qtices ServiceOil worse". Since when has
; as a sovereign state or A of the Northwest
request Florida Regional
Motion Housing
paid. Canied.Burroughs
with the number and size of
Khrushchev been. such ,
bidder
lowest
the a
Company was,
the Organization, of American .... .' Authority to rezone the following Lots and Parcels of tends in
on gasoline, fuel oil and kero- bargain? And,who says his her atomic bombs with the Corporation : 2.22
sene. A motion was made by Mr. States, can continue to do successor must be worse? Communist arming and train Thelma Lewis ............... 2.95 the low City for the purpose of construction of multiple-units of
while Castro rent housing: ,
Tyree, seconded! by Mr. Stormant, nothing agents ing discontents throughout the North Florida Telephone Co. 93.33
assassinate W. G. .. The following to be rezoned from Rl-A or Rl to R2: -
repeatedly attempt to D. Chevrolet Co. .. 5.68
and carried that the lowest bids be with Khrushchev'spublic
world .
the President of Venezuela Il F; B. Harrell .....t.......... 77.72 The NEtt of Block 83; East % of Btoek 18; AH of lock

accepted.Bids Betancourt; blow up oil reply to Red China Mollie's Restaurant ........ 113.75 47; the West % of Block 41; the West 4 of Block "'. and

were received for supplyinggas producing and storage sites; that the US. paper tiger has Dr. J. R. Bruce .............. 3.00 the South tt of Block 104.

for heating and lunchroom and shoot u nuclear teeth as his reason Southern Uniform Co ...... 13.60 A plat showing these areas can be seen at the City Watt. All

cooking from Suregas and Dasher- destroy property; for not attacking us how Utilitie System Revenue Fund 22.75 persons wishing to voice their objections or non objections should. be
Valdosta L. P. Gas up our embassy there. Worse,
Company. at this
in the world can the workersat Jasper Laundry and Dry present hearing.

These bids ,were tabulated and it ice restrain and take into custody the "NnYJda'4l0mic site,. Cleaners .................. 44.54 LILLIAN L. BEMBRY,

was found that the bid of Suregas free individuals who. who went on strike consider Motorola .................... -2UOO City Clerk It
Service was the lowest. A motion would the dedicated
oppose people themselves. Americans ........
I patriotic Suwannee Store .... 15.56E. -

was made by Mr.Tyree. secondedby to burying us. Are we t l r or don't they care? < C, Browne Co. ............ 5.40 Register Now For JENNINGS HIGH
Mr. and carried i
Matthews to ac conditioned .
being to accept .
Georgia Plate Glass Co. .... 12.07 i
lowest
cept the bid. "co-existence" with Castro as Representatives the American Slick's Welding Shop ........ 2.00 Adult,Education
Bids were received'for liability insurance :!of | BOOSTERS TO MEET
well with Khrushchev?
as If Merts .......
Equipment Co 43.25
for school buses from Press contend that the
White Springs Insurance Agency appeasement policies are Government 'har:trio night to- Suwannee Block Co. ........ 300.00 Night Classes t i Jennings Hfeh School Boosters

Jones: art effort to placate the Russians I'm all in favor of jawing- lie to King Hardware 0>. ...!.... .38.37 Club will meet at 7 JO Monday
Insurance Agensy. and F. B t1ae'pk.. Other writers
Harrell. These.bids were tabulated -roe 1TUJ1.a eU lose a. instead of warring. But, have expressed themselves: Cities Service Oil Co. ...... 158.69 The Adult Education Classes will ,night at the High School according

and it was found that the bid of continent while we achieve will someone please explainthe the o to" The J .0. Burch Co. .......... 9.95 begin in each Center ;Jennings, lo Coach Owen Hinton
purpose of "arrangements" effect tha4.ii ,our per Sandlin Auto Parts ........ 40.15
and White
nothing t Jasper Springs, September < Everyone interested in the schoolis
Jones Insurance the
Agency was tKe has d,
with the Soviets 'society, public right ,
Lewis Motor Co.
-------------81.31- 3 at each school. urged to attend.
lowest. A motion made
Mr.
was by
when to play Itnotb much. tfl the Gotenunent
you've got to -
Hamilton County Bank ...... 1.40 I
Matthews, seconded by Mr. Stor Anyone who has not already registered '
The official reason for removing their way or they won't inn tell themt without Newsome Ford Tractor Co. .. 5.11 i
mant and carried to accept the lowest the land.baaed.mis- break and had his program approved Rabid Skunk
at all and they :
play violating out, real security.Ilanon Davis Meter and Supply Co. 12.83 |:
bid. should do so at once. After
siles in Italy and Turkey is ,
agreements just as quicklyas W.-Baldwiir New Orange State Pipe and Supply I
A motion the classes start ,no more registration
was made by Mr. Mathews
that we are replacing them it suits their purpose. York Times Military Analyst. Company ................ 206.20
seconded by Mr. Butler, that with Polaris Missiles, will be taken until the second 'Found I In CountyMarvin
stated that people have no real Valdosta Pipe and Supply semester which the middle
the resignation of Cotie Jones submarines.. However comes
a
housed in General Thomas White;, ..............
retired freedom,if the is handed Company .... 9.12 of You register and
teacher in the J. R. E. Lee High in this era of "man- press January. may Rodgers of the Hamilton
Air Force Chief of Florida Power Corp. ...... 728.24
School be accepted. news" from the White "managed news".Everywhere, have from County Health
aged Staff, openly deplores the the Petty Cash .................. 66.40 your program approved Department announced
Based on the recommendation of House, it strikes me as growing influence of the throughout country there There now through August 29. Register : this week that a rabid domic
the principal and the nomination of very coincidental that Russia Sec- have been forthng/it and outright being no further businessthe with Mrs. Grace Steprens Court- had been found in the western part
Whiz Kids, headed by meeting adjourned. I
the scoot trustee Miss Wessie Dell removed 42 missiles retary McNamara, on high- expressions from the Chairman Euguene Lang house, Jasper. You may call her '.of llam ton County. He cat Ion.

Wiley was appointed a teacher in from Cuba and we 45 from level defense planning. He public that, if they are asked ATTEST Lillian L. for an appointment. Office phone 'ed residents to watch all domestic
Bembry, City
the Jennings High School by motion strategic Italy and Turkey. has no doubts about their to make sacrifices for the Clerk 792-4211 after 5:30 home phone!and wild animals carefully for the

of Mr. Tyree seconded by Mr. Could this have been a competence in such mattersas Government, they have aright GENERAL FUND 938-256L ''next month for unusual or dangerous -

Butler. deal?' procurement, but feels to know the factual news. The Cash Available. July 1 An adult class in Commercial actions, and report any observed

The minutes of the meeting of that grand strategy calls effect to date nothing.The 1963 .......... ......... 5,965.83REGIIPTS subjects, typing bookkeeping and to the Hamilton County Health
June: 28. 1963 were read to the I think it. is unimportant for seasoned military judg news Still emanates from tAe t: short hand will be bead in Jasperon ,Department.

Board. A motion was made by Mr. whether there 17,000 ment..Many of the mistakes Monday night beginning September !
are
.
White House, managed and 1962 Taxes ..24.60 M. C. Wynn observed a skunk:
Matthews, seconded byMr. .Stor Russian troops in Cuba or that brought about the distorter It Interest -----119 9. 7-JO p.m. in the high school which
seemed
to be
man!. and carried that, they be 7000. The fact is there are Cuban fiasco might'well be frequently seems building. attacking his
to me that it is far more reporLznsibk : Advertising Cost 2.00 27.79 [hogs last Wednesday. Wfeea tile
adopted. troops there. Can you traced to yoHBff tivfliaa"experts" for the Government Cigarette: Tax ............ 1916.95 Bookkeeping typing and shorthand ;[head: of the animal was. sent to.
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There being further business who sun Minute
no I
imagine the h u e-and-ciy wtll be Jennings
given at on
..... 1428.25
Franchise Tax ..... ; Tallahassee for i
give false news these'iI i( inspect It Waif-
to
the board adjourned. throughout world if wen theory for practical experience. : !
the Tuesday night Septem-1 <
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Road and Tax 1940.45
found
Bridge to be
ATTEST:,Harry T. Reid Supt.- aintA ncd a similar nwa- .. Jr:: r -- --,-' to ttX the public rooms: L 4J E. .... .- '. ""'" ;.beI" 3.;. .. --- ..-. rabid. _,
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J PAGE TWO '. ,YWBWU; YJf) ". -.q THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA I Friday August 23, 1963


.. REVIVAL t 11!,f l Visitor i Writes 1 FROM SAMMY AUBURN MILLER GRADUATES. Too late to Classify' I With Your Home- ASC Committee 'j MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER


.t MEETING Poem After I J ,Among 517- candidates for de-- .. ,:,:" .t ).; ._. _" DemonstrationAgent Nominees Listed :Miscellaneous. Mary KeT Young Shower was honoringMrs. {givenThrusday .

"i" 'T' 'trees at summer ''commencement r *:* ;! afternoon at the Wonjanff'Oub"H2
A Revival Meeting'will Begin af Yoiith Week Here :xerciises- at Auburn University ''r'-, fe' the time '"f''year teat\ The slates. of nominee foe this >use. J&rs Youqg received
Walter" Sammy '!''!l'.ni''EC-- ,,"HS find' it <.ifficu?t''to years? ASC'comnxanty.eomnutteeelectrons '
Burnham Church Sunday:August w' *-- Saturday; August 24 Is f many \iseftl -mI rhpr. that a newbride

{nand continue thru .Sunday, ,. September ,.: One of ,the .visiting young,peopleto Miller of Jasper who is to be obtain' speces' for; theirweekly 'by Wylma. 'B. White were announced on':.August might Reed. Refreshments of
j m0T2s.PTntram chairmen fret :' 19 Hby ,M.'I: Miller, chainnan
liBrother Our comii5ur.3ty.and last week's awarded'the Bachelor Science = cake. Punch. nuts etc w ere 3prv'ed
Harry Wood Gray;'pas ,joint Youth :A tMjGweeJt4 at the:in Education degree it1'the Schoolof and fume'make frantic phone1' c:ifls' of the' Agricultural Stabilization1f !I II Hostesses for the party were Mrs

,tor of First 'Christian amrch':in Methodist Church ,wrote poem to f!' Education. ', ", ( in an effort to find somebody who I f I and Conservation County Commit'tee. i;Kenneth Wood Mrs. E. W. Hazier

Valdosta, will be guest speaker. |,describe his.feeling about his, visit can take them off the hook. The names of the farmers Mrs. FranfcMcIntosh, Mrs. Clinton

Everyone is invited to come and and ocr community. :; 0. V. CHAMBLISS I guess that is why my friend nominated in each community have 'Zipperer, Mrs. Ruby Fouraker and

,help make this a "great revival." I I I I' '- SUWANNEEv !: NOTES 84th BIRTHDAYI Harold Meyer asked me to run I been' placed on the ballots mailed Mrs. Lavone Peacock. .
"On the banks of the Suwanrie I. over to Dunedin and talk to the j; to gall eligible farmers in each

I leave my heart I I I I Mr. and' Mrs. O. V. Chambliss Rotary Club. I am not much of a k i'Community in the county on August -

Yrohh: mouth flowing water .celebrated I Mr. ChamKis: Slth. sperker tri I can annoy most 'any j I If 20. For ASC administrative county office. Complete details on

CARDS never to part j I b--n"day. August 18 at their home grout for twenty minutes. 'f': .|4 purposes Hamilton County is di- the election procedures can be obtained -

Deep winding waters lazily flowing in. :Jennings. I'm glad I'went' for I met 'a' I Ivided into three communities. at the ASCS county office.

-OF- t Moving along ignoring time's I 1 Mr. Chambliss attended the ele- mightly nice bunch of fellows "and j I The nomiinees for Community Farmers Urged to Vote

hastening ,ven o'clock services at Bethel Primitive got 1"1" opportunity to look around'': i No.:1 (north and east of US4I) are: ASC election ballots have been

t THANKS fI t Cold bubbling springs spewing 'Ij Baptist Church, sang a spe- Dunedin which I had not visited ''James Fouraker Joe W. Newsome mailed to all known eligible ASC
HOME
forth crystal clear waters REMEDIES FOR WHITE Jas. Oliver Hunter Jerry B. Smith voters in the county. Clyde R.
j solo and
after church invited
cial for several 1 v* ars. Like most Flori- a
TABLES
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I From" of under $ilwardMorganPermsn O. :
mysterious regions PayfiST o uiry"tJffictmtfldilr
"';' ,,. churchmembers jandyisjjtar&>..&i>g'V communiti''6"1t' w !ing"at"'a"r -
.!' .....-JWe wish to"expresses deep'aftc?fx'ground coverns- : go home with him and help eat rapid pace. A splendid newcause; Hot summer days plus frequent t I VVetherington stated that the more than 700 eligible -

sincere thanks to each and every- 'Beautiful' forests handwork. of his birthday dinner. Many had way will soon connect-+t* with serving of iced drinks, plus wood The nominees for Community No. farmer and rancher voters in

one for their kindness and help 1!' nature I already made other plans which Honeymoon Isle on the Gulf. When table tops that aren't resistant to 2 (west of US41, but south of Ala- the county should receive their bal-

during the 'loss of our loved one. II Teeming with wildlife' trees could not easily: be broken, but the connecting Wehwav iq completed moisture often add up to white paha) are: lots within the next few days. He

May the good Lord Bless and I standing proudlyBreathtaking many!: accepted the invitation. it will be the closest Gulf rings from wet glasses.If John Hall (Pete Deas Bruce urged any farmer or rancher who

keep you, we pray. I sunsets, 'closing, Dinner was served, buffet style Beach to residents of Polk and you are ready to cope with Walter Dedge Morgan fails to receive a ballot to contactthe

Mrs. Raymond Swilley warm radiant days' the' ,in the new house which is nearing East Hillsborough counties'' and the problem you can keep the dam- Phynnis Goolsby Leon, Saridlin ASCS countY office

and family Befilled with sunlight from :completion. The rooms were beau- planned development irsures its age to a minimum Watkins Saunders Jr. To be eHgiiWe to vote in the an-

I bring southern sky. '"of ''tifufly decorated with flowers fur- becoming a popular year**round re There are many simple materials I The nominees for Community No nual election person must havean

Worthwhile people models nished and arranged by :Mrs. Jack- sort. I was amazed at the numberof that are effective for removing 3 (west of US41, but north of Ala- interest in a farm as an owner,
I
CONINE REUNION man kind son Mills. One table held the big beautiful new homes as>well as white rings. You can be ready to paha) are: tenant or sharecropper and be eligible -

The Conine Family Reunion will living their lives in their own 'birthday cake and gifts. Another modern buildings erected since I take quick action .whether you are Dennis Adams Gordon Huggins to take part in one of the

be held at the Suwannee River lovely way .long:! table was filled with every was last there. at home or vacationing far away :Sidney Combass J. D. Lasseter Federal farm programs administered

State Park at Ellaville ,on Sunday, All knds of people some joyous ,kind of food anyone could want, If West Coast development con- from hardware or paint stores. James \,-. fliers J. L McCulley by the ASC county committee

Aug.: 25. This affair 'will .begin some pensive while a third table was filled with tinues at its Wherever you are, you'll need a i ,In making the announcement Mr. In the case of joint ownership ofa
but presert race it Won'tbe !
followed bas- Some searching some resting, cakes and pies to suit each taste. mild abrasive and light' oil to to 1
about 9:00 a.m. by a too ) before go Miler stressed that every effort farm or ranch by two or more
'! many years the area
all I find
ket lunch, at 1:00 o'clock happy Cold drinks, tea, coffe ,and lemonade between St. Petersburg work on the stain. has been made to include currently individuals, each is an eligible voter
By the banks of the Suwannee my were on the sidelines. En- Clearwater Largo( Safety Tampa Harbor, F/or an abrasive, you can use active farmers on the ballots / Complete details on voting eligibility

; MORGAN REUNION soul shall stay !joying the occasion with Mr. Cham- and Tarpon Sorings becomes fine pumice powder ,some fine who are best qualified for ASC are available at the ASCS
one
each
And delight in the dawn of
j Ibliss were the following: mild powdered cleanser or even I[ community committee work and county office.
great metropolitian
The Johnathan :M. and Amanda area. Speaking
Thomas Morgan; Family Reunion perfect day. Abarbanel i! Mrs. Virginia Chamfiliss McCall, estate trade publication ?recently table' salt. Or Jacking these, ask ,who are representative of the various The "mall method" of voting is
Andy ,
Mrs. Barbara McCall and son, Matthews family to dust the spot with '
the of in the
will be held at Prospect Church in Hollywood, Florida told of a fairy tale ex- types agriculture used in ASC elections as this has
i Chambliss all of Jacksonville ashes (not
some cigar or cigarette
Hamilton County on the first Sunday rience that, I :Mrs. Tmdie Ho'-den of Jasper live ones--be they're cold).
: sure
y in September. All the family man and his wife who I To be elected are three regular method for farmers and ranchersto
M SS LINDA DEAS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wisenba- Then dip'a clean cloth or 3/o
11 and friends are requested to come struggled to mike ends meet working Committee members and two alternates participate. A self-addressed
ker Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jackson steel wool in some light oil: Sewing
'
and bring a basket lunch which FETED AT SHOWER i as janitors! who 0\V'N'd a d'- who will serve for one postage-free envelope is providedwith
p Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hew- machine oil, olive ol, cooking oil, !
will be served at noon. lapidated old farm that didn't yield ; year, beginning October 1. The each ballot and an that the
I Miss ULnda Deas was.thq inspir- oil. Os soft I
itt and daughter Glenda Elder and mineral oil or baby use
encuch to pay the meager taxes. !chairmen and regular members of voter hats to do is to mark his
ation tor a. lovely bridal shower ,Mrs. LeRoy M. DeVane, Mr. and 1 It hiopsned to h-e: in the- oath" of butter or margarine. Rub area 1 the elected ASC community com- choices on the ballot, seal it in the
BULLARD REUNION given in her honor last Thursday Mrs. Ander with grain fthe wood.
Thomas 1igf o i
Westbury son itly,
I progress si i+iatod in. a location jmittes will also serve as delegatesand envelope provided and drop it in
e The 2nd. Annual Bullard Reunion evening, August 15, at the home of ''and grandson Brady Johnson, Lena Repeat if necessary. Then apply
where the government was c-n- alternate delegates to the the mail. All ballots are kept con-
i will be held September 1st at the Mrs. J. D. Laseter. I iPrine, Lena Swilley, Mrs. Payton abrasive and oil to entire surface
stn cting manned convention where fidential and but the 'voter
a space center, county the county no one
American Legion'Home in White Then was a relaxed ajr of Swilley Sr., :Mrs. Alberta Lucas and rub, so a dun spot won't re-
the project to place the will know how he voted. All ballots
I men on ASC committee will be elected.
Spring, Florida. The noon meal will friendly hospitality fes 'the guests and Faye Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. J. main. _
moon. where a fabulous"new city The conventiofr will b. held must be postmarked prior to
arrived and viewed the county :
gifts
be served from 12:30 p.m1:00 p. many D. Raggan and son Daniel, Mr. and surface with a dry
wipe
;is bu't from scratch Finally 30 in order to be
,rayed in three bedrooms of the being on the at 1:30 p.m. on September 10. at midnight. August ,
m. Mrs. Raymond Lewis, Mrs. J. A. The c'd1 couple'sfcrm cloth. After removal of the white counted in the tabulation fo rthe
J' eximiriey the Hamilton ASCS office.
All relatives are urged to attend. JLaseters newly built brick home. I(Stephens, and Gordon Westbury. rin favorite furniture County
apply
your also be
I Linda was radiant in a white and ws purchased for one million Mr. Miller urged all farmers in election. Ballots may re-
I dress which I I dollars._, A__ '"t of__ folks______ hve n_ polish.If the county to mark and return turned to the county ASCS office
,pink summer corresponded -
WILDER SMITH REUNIONThe I Forest er'ieeReports ? made that kind of monei striking you didn't discover the white i in person by the voters during of.
with the beautiful summer I II I their ASC: election ballot to the .
annual Wilder Smith family flowers and decorations used for oil. uranium or gold but these fortunate ring in time and the abrasive and, ASCS office. The deadline for rejtuming lice hours any time prior to the

I reunion will be held at Suwannee I the shower. !i No !iI i folks made it with nothing! oil didn't suceed take hearttrythis. ballots will be August 30. August 30 deadline.
cloth in clear water and
Dip a I
River State Park on Sunday. Sept. i but plain dirt and pretty worthless
j 1. All friends and relatives invited Mrs. Paul V. Tyree and :Mrs. i Fires 'I dirt at that. wring it dry; hold it up to the i A self-addressed, postage-free envelope -
are
County j STAPLERS and STAPLES
Dennis C. Adams at the has been provided with each
presided of household
I mouth o fa bottle ammonia -
to come. Bring lunch and en-I dining table which was covered I !: i The new manned :space center' and moisten it. Wisk damp j ballot for use in mailing it to the Jasper News. O23p.

Joy the day together. with an embroidered linen cloth I The F >restService Headquarters will be constructed at a cost of 1 cloth over the spot lightly quickly, t!

over pink with bubbling punch and in Hamilton County re- $500 million is being invested by Z Then rub with a dry cloth. {
Ii MATHEWS IIOOAN REUNIONThe cake served to the guests.. I ports the following forest fire information f!private interests to create brand I"STOCKINGS FROM GAS" HIT I
for the seven day-period. I new city of 55,000 homes, almost '
Matthews Hogan family reunion Other hostesses were Mrs. Kennedy TIlE MARKETFor t REGISTER YOUR BOAT
t will be held Sunday Sept. Smith, Mrs. Kirby Wells, 'Mrs I' Number of fires past week none j[over night. Land prices skyrocketed the first time since nylon

t 3st at the Jasper V. F. W. Home. Patrick Gardner-Mrs. A. B. Tyree, acres burned none.. Fires since Jan nacre 1 from a few hundred dollars an came into use in 1938, a new fiber|
All relatives of these families Jean Bland and Mrs. Leon :il this year year 42 acres burned to $15,000 an acre. So a fellow
two Mrs. [threatens to take a big bite of the
t! to and well Scaff showed the while ;since Jan. 1 this year 1122. |I just never knows when that little I I I
are urged come bring a lovely gifts [l fashion hosiery market.
BY SEPTEMBER
I died basket, as dinner will be I Mrs. Laseter'and the bride-elect's I [[piece of land invested in years before -I The new fiber, polypropylene, 1st

spread at the noon hour. mother, Mrs., Park Dens, mingled wil turn out to be a gold mine. 'i i I I was recently introduced in the I'
Ii While it is \
Mrs. Corbett Dees, Sec.-Treas among the baests.r true that such spectac- market of leading cities. The new

.,;-.,;-*-.??.?...-.- v.--4t- _....-.,:.-....",..-..-.?-...-..........",....,'.; : i OBITUARIES f ular above price are exceptional rises as the, it's one still noted true I I(hosiery in the will fall.be more The stockings widely available are- I All Motor Boats powered by an

that investment in'land in the neighborhood
I''currently begining made in only two in of 10
of a growing Community engine excess horsepowermust
I I'!shades-a medium beige and a
FARMSFOR I[usually pays off handsomely. 'light beige. They cost about $1.50
is of Florida land I be
There plenty '( registered. Registration
''a pair.
today situated in promising areas
.
I
I that is bound to increase in value. I You may recogpize the name."Polypropylene" ,
Certificates available at the
J. Stewart Goodbread It's thenno-' .are
j Maybe you think today's prices are
t SALE plastic onade from propylene gas
too high. You figure the property Tax Collector's Office.
Funeral services for J. Stewart I i 'obtained from petroleum. It is usedin _
isn't worth the asked. A
price
Goodbread 81, were held Monday top molded plastic furntiure luggI -
lot of folks have passed up oppor- .
at 3:00 in the v
: Methodist electrical
p.m. Jasper I I age, dinnerware, carpeting, -
tunity on just such arguments, including -
In Suwannee Church. appliances, automotive parts
County myself. I wish I had posses ,I
Mr. Goodbread, a life-long resident I I and packaging film for baked
*I{' sed the faith and courage to buy j .
of Jasper the husband of the 'goods!
:
I(
( 120 acres near Live Oak. Only, $5,000 down: late Be Nita Frink Goodbread, pass several have pieces of property that I I MORE SNAG RESISTANT.
might bought a, few years
Excellent home 169 pecans' trees, tobacco al : ed away Sunday morning in ,the I I back Prolyproplene stockings are expected -
I Hamilton County Hospital. I to provide extreme sheerness -
lotment. I I You can put a few dollars into ,
: Survivors include one daughter, 1 ,a silky feel four tunes as
I I treasonably well located land most I over a
Mrs. Jeanette Craton of Jasper resistance
much as regular
snag
in Florida and find
anywhere today
240 acres for $32,000. with .77 acres tobacco. : one grandson, Jack Vinson of Jasper -' it a profitable investment for in ''-nylon fiber. So far, no "rimless" : thousandeoI3rs
I and two great grandsons, Brad
Terms. spite of what has happened the!i claims have been made, but manu
: and Jeff Vinson.
: 1
state wll continue to and I facturers. are' advertising the new
grow
I Dr. Fred Mickler, accompanied '
.
'stockings are "snag proof'
firmly believe at acceleratedpace.
an
100 acres good land, no house. $100 per acre. : at the organ by Miss Joyce Smith Don't sell Florida short anddon't f The real test of any' product:,
sang one "In the Garden"Active
song
however is extensive consumer
invest without cereful consideration
: pallbearers were: Lawton usage. The new fabric is also to
MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM and you should come out I
: Haskins, I. S. Johnson, W. D. with flying colors., insure prefect fit ,even after repeated -
Brown Charles Jones P. D. Mc- washings. :

W. L BRYAN, phone 792-2985 : Call, and Dan Braswell. Honorary ; "A to Z"
I pallbearers were C. B. Harri- ADVERTISINGPAYSIN

: son, W. W. Bradshaw Kenneth Til- .
ROBERT EHLERT, phone 792-4491 ten, W. I* Bryan, Lennard Register FILE GUIDES i i
t.:
for home
: Earnest Cburtoy, and Matt THE JASPER t NEWS ; THE JASPER NEWS I l ( tc'- decoration -
Registered Real Estate BrokersINMMJt. Marable. t

}! Rev. R. C. Joyner, assisted by I Ii

.'IUU f iAAARAetiI .",..,:t:....",. .t" ._ .- _.:-_ ."" ; Rev. Norman Booth, officiated. # ,
Interment was in the Live Oak Yi PIT1SBURGIf
if City Cemetery. Harry T. Reid t i St. Petersburg i I

a tlRl'H Ct2. y BHy7r', I Funeral Home of Jasper was in ,
charge. ,- a ) LPAINTs

*, ,* a FLORIDA ha2 .1.1it's

An opportunist is a person Alton B. Silas _

who knows that .the can get '-f J8;
e the most' for his building materials Funeral Services'for Alton B. Si- ---== fun, anytime, I

;' dollar here. Drop by las were held Monday at 5:00 pjn. at Redington Beach ,

and we'll show you 'why*',.. in the chapel of Harry T. Reid
r a Funeral Home. Mr. Silas a resident Jt.',real fun at the Billows, overlooking I

of White Springs passed away the GuIL-FuIl sized kitchen apartments: ,

USED T-V -'I : his home,Sunday morning. Sur- completely I furnished, for all the family. 4j4

," t \ lat .; include two nieces of Orlan- Close to bathing, shopping, racetracks I
an aunt and uncle, Mr. and MrsJ. sightseeing golf and fine restauBewtifuiy !

: ONLY $SQ ,'_. '. :,. M Kry; of Jasper. I rant* kept grounds, :

1. c '7A = '. Active pallbearers were Clyde and whit sandy beach. Lovely i

USEDIlefrigerator Hillhause, Glover DeLcgal, Alex ....!v_ ta furnished apartments,
'LETCLY
Atkinson. Gordon Williams Jr.,
double from
bUN occupancy,
Gordon Williams Sr., and Wilmer.
'* APARTMEHT $40 to $50 per week, I
; Tbmlinson.
c-- .: ',fP,'. ; for two.
Honorary pallbearers were W. H. /roe W. will "Pick You Up"h '

In modern tenet ONLY $75 Kiilpatrick, brest Langdale. Nor- A WEEJC Write far Informollon ''I'IP7h9i 1 I 0
Fluorescent I Gghts man Sistrunk. Elton Allman, L. D. r app rtscrvof/an
Lee and A. J. Thornton.
for
making
Are good
I Days of night SEETHEM..(. A Miss Joyce Smith was pianist for WAY .JAH :

BEFORE YOU BUY,. i the service. Rev. Sayer Canova
pastor of the First Baptist Church

officiated. Interment was in Riverside J.O. BURCH CO.

Cemetery in White .
ACTMEMT MOTH.TRHHONC
0 &y&Ctf COMPANY Harry T. Reid Funeral Spr'ings.1! 391923Mf6 ,

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Jasper was in ,barge.Mme' I -5

U/LDFRS CFCTRICAC *PCUMB/NG SUPPLI S'* I .5 OHfAH GUtlIOUUVAID. Billy O. Burch, owner Jasper. 792-3801

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:Friday., August, 25, ,196,.. ; .. ,- .. THE- JASPER--:0'; -N, ..E'. V.\' S. lASPt'R.j FLORIDA j ..-" : .. ,"_. < PAGE THREE

: 1 Jimmy'goes ,to U of Florida as a .shall have still'further accm elated, (bring Daryle ]nine. It is also her- ;

fjJ4@ 'Uunjor, Pat is North Florida Jr. when the Vaticans shaD be filled,'2 weeks vacation from, her work tEqi 3f asper ebs
I whil Bobby is 10th grade High in with Vedas and Zenda vistas and ji nthe Green Cove Bank .

I Jasper.Of Bibles with Homers and Dantes.has recently ben elected I Published Every Friday
the little girls Juda Lois is and Shakespeare, and all the cen-Cashier.
Class
doLk's 13rd grade this year and the littlest turies to come shall have successively -'I She brought news of Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida
I j one Kathy Ann begins her first deposited their trophies in[Carpenter :Music Minister Subscriptions Strictly in Advance

.'year. the forum of the world. By such a...I Ancient City Baptist Church. in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

It is said Latin has a'disciplinary' file we may hope to scale haven at dell had just taken a Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
last." young people to the Music
: or "training" values. Telephone SYcamore 2-6331

., ;.U I.7VirPeH7- ST.2Ct51The Tempi Dreucher will be the new over at Panama. City.* and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher
John
and Linda Purvis and chil- secretary at the Jasper High
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coilum
following are from a collection An de JiT brack sheep He fin' it dren Hank, Pamela. Sue Jimmy School, suceeding Quincy Registerwho children Donna, Jerry Steve left Saturday morning Order of the Eastern Star win
of poems belonging to the An' lay it against His cheek. and Jake of St. Augustine spent is moving with her family to Terry spent a recent weeks in the New England honor the founder Robert Morris

late Judge Walter Scott Griswell. An' de hIielin' frown, "0 shepherd! several days the past week with I Lake City. Quincy has a host of Lake Weir. They will of course see Tuesday evening'August 27 at 8

,;, Lest we forget the work he did Don't bring dat sheep to me." mother Mrs. Edna Nesmith and I friend_ who ,regret they are lean ., .. .. '._ Harry in New York where o'clock in the Jasper Chapter
and the call to carry on. But,de Shepherd He smile, an' He Butch. .. .. <|'ing .Sne" .will be missed in her Mr. and Mrs. Bish" worked this summer. room. .
POOR LIL' BRACK SHEEP hoi it close, church as well as school relations. Kennett, Mo. spent last The public in invited and all the
(Anonymous) Anr de lil brack sheep:;-is :me! Mrs. Lucfle Hodges' and childrenof the county with to plant violets-August members are expected to attend.
Poor Ii)' brack sheep'dat straye'd I a Jax are visiting the Dedge and Miss Marion Lashley who has the Colonial Inn, White Springs and'j":: : I i 'Ca.>

way, a BLESSINGS ,ON LITTLE BOYS Hodges families while Ronald is in been vacationing for two weeks working out from there to see Margaret' Sapp ,and Airs. !' Andy Abarbanel of Hollywood
Done los in de win' and rain (Author Guiterman) Key West on business.. |has returned to her studies at St. time friends. I Home returned last Fri- Florida has been the guest of Billy
I An' de Shepherd He says '0 hierlin' God bless all lithe: boys who look ]Luke's School of Nursing in Jack- : Dale for a week and a half. This
i
Bish a Jasper boy has i| a weeks cruise in the
I 'sonvilleI
Go fin' my sheep again"An' like Puck Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Fourakers week they were joined by Howard
de hirelin' frowns, "0 shepherd With wide eyes, wider mouths and visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adrock a I memories of his youth) spent in I j They stopped at Portaj(Patrick in a visit to Buys; sister
Dat Jax Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor, Teresa per. He and Mrs. Rainey i San Juan, Charlotte Amalie
the
sheep am brack and' bad". stick-out ears in over weekend. I I Sandra( Mrs. TIckeT Plant
j I Taylor and Marsha Braswell a pleasant visit to Marion i I City
But de shepherd He smile Rash little boys who stay alive by Thomas. Virgin Isle. Of I
Like the 111 brack sheep luck Mr and Mrs. D.; E. Calloway of I j[returned Sunday morning in time and Kirby Sandlin. Friday I'i cruise St. Thomas: These YOUl1J! men met last stItT.
in Ga1n 'sviIie.i1n
Is de onliest lamb He had. ,And Heaven's favor in this world 1:Ft. Peirce spent several days herewith I for church, after a sightseeing; trip spent in Jennings with the seemed to be the favored ,;mer they attended
An' He says "0 hirelin, hasten! of tears Mrs. Galloways sister, : to New Orleans.. Wisenbakers. The old the National Science Course
For de' Win' and' de rain am col' Ten thousand question asking little Major Hackle and Mrs. J. B. A-trs.1 I I thinning out tho- J 'and good friendships have been
An' dat hi brack sheep am lonesome -I boys.Rapid: aces Mrs. Lena Rhoden of Green Covespent I Mrs. Rainey is from Mr. Van Zant of the Presby.formed. .
a a
of head and food and thought "That age will be rich indeed' Thursday afternoon and i The ymet however in Port Church was guest speaker i Mrs. Myrtice Allen, Mrs. Barbara
night here visiting few friends
I
a
Out dere so far from de fol." as well when those relics which we call I'and spending the night with her Texas. The Raineys are Baptist brotherhood supper I Jo Blah, Mrs. Mary Page
.An. re hirelm frown, "O Playing with gorgeous fancies | classics and the still older and I farmers of :Missouri-just Aug. 20. and Mrs Flyod Peterson
sister Mrs. Gene Williams. are picnic
life
shepherd, more than toys, more than classic but even less J I j together. ing at Silver
Springs
Dat She was enrouteto Ash\iDe and (SPECIAL) next Thurs-
\ sheep a mol 'and' gray. Heroes of what they dream ,but I known Scriptures of the ; S. '
But de Shepherd, He smile never tell ; nations the Ridge Crest Boys Camp to' Harry T. and Katherine Reid Chapter No. 199 The (continued on page six)

Like de Mil brack sheep Father in your vast playyard let
Wuz fair as de break ob day, them know I
An' He say "0 hirelin.. hasten! The liveliness of ocean star and hill .'
Lo, here is de ninety' an' nine Protect from every bitterness and I
But dere way off from de sheep fol woe MRA AND MR. K

Is dat hi brack sheep ob mine." I Your heedless acolyte ,and still 1 I' I : I
An' de hirelin' frown, 0" ShepherdDe t Grant. me the grace, I beg upon my
rest ob de sheep am here". knees, '
But de Shepherd He smile- J Not to forget that I was one of these |

He Like hoi'de it lil'de brack mostes'sheep dear, I of? I I' ., "Kommunist", the Moscow organ which gives the Party Line inside the Soviet Unioi? :
Mrs. C. H. Hunter (Hazel) ,has I
An' de Shepherd out in de dark ,.
go '
returned from Baltimore where she recently said this of Moral Re-Armament:
ness, ,, ,
f 'had spent the summer with her '
Where de night was col' and bleak
fiusband. She also visited, son
I Charles Bryan and Xsandra at Virginia <
1: Beach. 1' RE-ARMAMENT is certainly the most prominent association which aims to save Western
:;! "
> Nj I .--. ,.. h' ; : <',( "MoRAL from Communism. It has staff headquarters in Europe, Asia and America. These
1 I
.{J Perry Last and Wednesday Mrs. Hazel Mrs.Hunter Blanch took ," ,: hold assemblies in Latin America and even organize Pan.African conferences. The ,

,, Miss' Ophelea Bryan to her home : ::;:V; leaders of Moral Re-Armament claim it is superior to capitalism and Communism. At a time when the

'I at Daytona. Ophelea and Blanch c morals of the bourgeois world are bankrupt, the prophets of Moral Re-Armament say that the world requires
,had the
spent summer together-
there I and in North Carolina. .. an ideology to satisfy the longing for absolute standards,an ideology able to move the hearts of the privileged

rt.s. rl i, Se. { well the train officers film directors and with 200 300
How .: as as under-privileged. They ,philosophers, move ,
COOL | Young Barry Robinson son of Lt ':- 400 in with technical radio transmitters libraries. Not
land Mrs. Van Robinson is spendinga or people strength up-to-date equipment, long ago

WiLL\bu BEWHEN while with his grandparents, Mr. :'l'._' they issued a call'to Communists through.full pages in the press. In this the Communists are challenged to .

,1 and Mrs. Wes*Robinson.* \ take part in the greatest revolution of all time: These people say the problem is neither Communism nor

; I YOU I Monday evening teachers all f'-: capitalism, but the necessity to change human nature to the roots. They puff themselves up with pride and /

over Flbrjda were on the alert ." even suggest to Marxists they should change and take up an ideology that is for everybody. This is really : ; .,
j I Readying for school. Jasper tea- r ,
GET HOME ? I chers were due in Lake City at the most bold stroke that has come from these propagandists of reconciliation and forgiveness" ;s "!>

r. ..., 8:30 for: the meeting of area 4 of 1 c, r.. ..r. ,'',, : : ',
the Florida Educational 'Associa- i 71 '
t11 t- ; tion.The As Mr. Khrushchev and his foIlo\vers'try to explain attitudes of Moral Re.ArmatD- --
math teachers in -the area

I. :""'. i were called to Gainesville.- it is important to state what Moral e.:\rmament is for and what it is against.
A : .
I, The personel o fthe Eagle Clothing \
Co .of Jasper met at breakfast '

i I Friday Aug. 16 at 6:45 with repre- FOR : ;. ,.: AGAINST
dI :'sentatives of the corporation- .. ,
r Y ,,+ -
j''buyers just back from the home f
I i (office in New York. The general h .'
INTELLIGENT NATIONAL SECURITY. ., Sexual deviants in ]high places who protect potential spies.
t I topics was "Fall Fashions" Mr.
'DeVane of Lake City talked on A FREE PRESS. Those who bully newspapermen for obeying their conscience.And

salesmanship. Mr. Williams of newspapermen who abuse:their liberty by distorting or suppressing
r
Madison discussed the trend in news of Moral ReArmament.COMMUNISTS .
Women's clothes. Mr. Bobby Flet-

che of Starke had something to FASCISTS, OTHER "ISTS", or anybody will! Communism,Fascism,or any small. perilous"ism"which abolishes

1 1 1a 1i say about 4..P shoes. .' mg to:>> pay the.pnce of changing themselves in a revolutionary bid God and sets race against race, class against class, color against

The Jasperistowrywas represerrfed to change society. .. color,man against man, in an atomic age.
by t he ma.1agerDe ;
i 'Hackle I and Edna Nesmith, Ruby] / THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA to be a pattern of unity "' Debunkers of patriotism, who decry.the past, debase the present
,Fouraker, Nell Dedge, Sharon: and purpose for the world. r and destroy the future;a United States which criticizes other coun

I Burnham. I .-;; tries but is itself deeply divided.

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the rest of the summer. Has ta: careful to hear
'\ occassionally.That listen. one A REVOLUTION OF CHANGE-social, economic,- national, Reaction,which strives to change everybody else except itself.

I tho is progress, universal, founded on personal change. 1 ::

t' i|! Juda and BiDy.P nnington.have FULL AND PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT in industry that Steely selfishness of right,acid bitterness of left which create clas,
f all their children in school come meets the needs of humanity rather than brimming the pockets war lockouts, unofficial strikes and lead inevitably to national
: September. of a,few while the bellies of many stay void. baninrptCY and war.
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HIGH .MORALE. IMPORTANT '. unconcern i and a lack of purpose' in I''What' s Meant ReKgiws UnityNO. .1[whereto repent." As we continue says we,are baptized into the--deathof
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: I achievements.: : t|studying his instructions to man we Christ and The grace of God
TOGOOD SCHOLARSHIP It'Is important that;we.strive-tokeep" seethe told them at Rome that con.fession I come together to remove QUT sins
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:every ,student's:morale at a of Christ was necessary to' at baptism. Peter preaehed".to
'f: ': '" ;:: Please reread last weeks articleon ment Quist the I
great
,- hi i.and desirable leveL Either an gave Testa-I salvation Rom. 1010." For with;,those on pentecost,andJOheV. : were
._ ,' this same subject in order'that mission to his apostles \Vf
-if uf..fr J overall high or low rnorale 1 T&Jn-
F told to do exactly what Christ had
; <; have clearer-.understanding to become in affect after right-us ;
may a -
1 .You ands Your Sc bl .*. I I Both fluential the on individual.an'entire and student the body.stu- you of that for which'we are'returned to the right hand of the I I'I fecskri'1sm: de unto .con-I,said. must be preached:"Repent and
bo baptized for the remission of
seeking a scriptural and clear ans Father in heaven. He said to them
1 M L, Powell I dent body likes to know forcertainty a wer. Since Christ prayed in John f in Luke 24:46-49 "Thus it is writ-(j thgh at Rom also Paul said ye have I;sin and ye shall receive'the gift of
that his school is a good obeyed from the heart that form of
the
Acts 2:38.
Holy Spirit"
it behoveth Christ
One of the most important ,attributes of the activities of the group to! School and that it is able to meet 17:20-21 in the shadow of the cross ten and thus to I.doctrine which was delivered you I
that we aB must be one, as he and I suffer and to rise from the dead I
leading towards success and which one normally belongs be this his needs. I.being then made free from sin Some become confused because
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happiness of any'Individual, institution his home his neighborhood: groupor I the Father are one, we must makean the third day; And that repentance became the servants of righteousness. dfferent answers are given. from
or community is-that of excellent his class at school. One of, the The students would like to- be honest effort to see this prayer' I and remission of sins should be Romans 61718. tune to time to the question what
morale. This is especially t:i first and most important ways 1 1i t able to take real pride in the physi- Answered because he prayed for preached in his name among all must I do to be saved? This con-
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true in the life of individual students -i then, to bolster one's morale is to 1 i cal facilities of his schooL They that which would be pleasing to nations beginning at Jerusalem.And 1 What had they obeyed This is I.fusion would be removed if'we

in the hue of the student body R make him feel accepted,and wanted -:{would like to know that the science God. We have already pointed out ye are witnesses of these pointed out in Romans 6:3-6 "Knowye I i would] consider the disposition of
and the faculty of school. There I in the group he happens to find:I.labs in which they workare as that to have this unity; for which things And behold I send the promise not .that so many of us as were mind of each individual asking the
are many interacting influences himself. Without: overplaying the I well equipped as are those of his Christ prayed it is not necessarythat of my Father upon you: but baptized into Christ were baptizedinto question.If .
and circumstances that play part act, everyone should be made to! neighboring schooL 'They would. we see! every scripture exact- tarry in the city of Jerusalem I his death? Therefore we are i I
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in the development of the kind of .feel important. This is a tremen- like to know that the library the ly alike but there are certain until ye be endued with power from buried with hm by baptism into I I any honest person win study
morale found in dous boost to one's morale and in I homemaking department, the' things upon which we must agree on high. "Peter speaking throughthis death: that like as Chrst was raised I all o fthe accounts of New Testament
t the individual and all liklihood will result in 'better shops, the class rooms ,and the'I to obey this teaching set forth by power'' which Christ 'promised from the dead' by the glory of,, conversion they will come to

t z :| student body. .schooXvork. I lunch room facilities were as good Christ. said in acts 3:22-23 that Quist was the Father, even so we also should I!this inescapable conclusion all

4'r.Ibis morale may I It will do much for a child's and desirable as those of the sur- The first things I'wnich.,to discuss -*I the answer to the prophecy given walk in newness .of life. For if we were saved in the same way all
:.7K: fluctuate from morale to know that his parentsare ;rounding schools. They would like is the plan ofsalvation or in Deut. 18:18.uFor Moses truly I I have been planted together in the were baptized immediately before
.. high to low depending taking an active interest in Ito know that their teams and their what any man must do to becomea said unto the Father A prophet I likeness of his death we shall be II I the one who taught left the scene,
s, on the,I what he is doing in schooL It will 1 band could measure up with th a child of God. Since God is not the shall the Lord your God raise up i also in the likeness of his resur- all were emmersed burried, planted
, .tida of circumstances also do much good for a student to best of the schools in their area. author of confusion. but of peace unto you of your brethren like unto, surection knowing this that our old went down into and came up
I 1 that act know that his teacher has a personal -;They would like a feeling of know- 1 Cor. 14:33 it stands to reason that me; him shall ye hear in all things I I I I up"out of the water creaturea
a new
I jh ing that they had some of the best man is cruficied with him, that the
upon the individual and inidivi sal interest theJIT'.gre&S what you must do to be saved Is whatsoever he shall say unto you. -
"Christian" and Christian
t I' only a
and the that he is making in his instructors available who reallj I ,'body[ of sin might destroyed, I
/ ; the same thing which I must do And it shall come to pass .that Acts 1L6, 1 Pet. ... :16. and they an
school or it school work. A student wants his knew their job and that they. were Jude I :that hinceforth we should not serve I
speaks of the
? may common sal- soul which will not hear that,.' added
the the
every were to church by
tend to launch itself on a ratherconstant teacher and his classmates to know j I doing a good job for them. vation in Jude 3. Now if some-I.prophet shall be destroyed from sin. That form of doctrine was the I
level of either that and that he is around II I death burial and! the Lord. Acts 2:41, Colo 11314. Can
high or low he exists | These things would do much to thing is common to all that means among the people In Marks account -. resurrection
who has been claim
degree, depending the, and he will resort to whatever behavior 'J ,of Christ. We die to sin through one sprinkled
again upon I. raise the morale of our it is the same for all-First we.must of the gospel Mk 16:15 Christ I t' Ito
young
have been burried with Christ
faith
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existing conditions and circumstances pattern that it takes to gaina people in Jasper and Hamilton; know that I cannot find the answer .said go into all the world and I in God and Christ we then I by baptism? Can they claim to

that produce the morale. recognition of this fact. I County. We feel that with such an Let's look at some of the factors It is also inherent for individual We learn the of this fess Christ as we are buried like I
an I i excellent morale would come much be saved in the old Testament, be- !ture. necessity s I;I as Can one who has joined a denom-
that play a part in the develop- ; to desire to obtain as many of I!:more effective educational progress cause it was given only to the Jews from the words of Paul in Romans I I he was and our old man of sin is
ment of the morale of an individual :the good things of life as he can. among our student body. until such time as the savior should "1:16. "For I am not ashamed! of destroyed as we are baptized into nation claim to be a member of

: student. These are' indeed The procurement: of these things We do not know how much may come and take it out of the way}n the,gospel of Christ for it is thepower i iI I[the death of Christ then we rise 1:18 the body. of Christ the Church? Cbll
many and varied and bring into even commensurate wjth whatever his Hebrew to walk in newness of life. Paul
death.
| be conducive to a real excellent Col. 2:14. The of God unto salvation to I I
focus the influence of the home, I his economic possibilities or'limit I I school morale in the other schools writer says in Heb. 8:67.uBut' everyone that believeth." That's;!says if any man be in Christ he is Kenneth E. Thomas EvangelistOak
the .neighborhood, playmates, the(may be will do much to lift his ,J 10 fthe county, but we do know that now hath he obtained a more exce- I why it must be taken into all the new creature 2 Cor 5:17 and he Grove Church of Christ
school and its surroundings, his 1 morale. Often times ,just a little physical facilities of the Jasper lent ministry by how much also his world, ,but again in the words of ,.: .
teacher and his class. Now in student's ------------------------VWVWVWVWVWVWWWtAJMFOR
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money a i iI junior and senior high school the mediator of a better conven- Paul 1 Cor. 1:21 "For that after in I.I .
interested in building an excellent I maybe just. a new hair cut or anew pupils offer very little indeed to- ant, which was established uponbetter I the wisdom of God the world by I
morale and a buoyant, energetic I pair of shoes or a new shirt ward building a desirable Individual ,- promises. For if the first wisdom knew not God: It pleased SALE
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spirit rather than spending our on his back will do much to bolstera or school morale. covenant had been faultless .then God by the foolishness of preach-I
time in lamenting the tragic resultof lagging and dawncast morale. should no place have been soughtfor ing to asve them that belive This'

a poor morale. A good morale Tidiness cleanliness and attractiveness the second.." Now the Old Testament shows consistency! as we read Ro.
will deter and tend to eliminate the I. in the home, in the neighborhood was perfect to preform aU 10:17.U So then faith cometh by USED REPOSSESSED

consequences of a .poor morale.It and in the school will also that it was capable of performing, hearing, and hearing by the wordof ,
is an inherent desire and *a'* desirable FO.SA..LE is God's PRACTICALLY NEW!
help to develop more ; but it was lacking in the respect' God. So the gospel
characteristic for one to be sociably morale, .to. be properly_groomedand : that the perfect sacrifice Jesus power to save. He chose that it
: acceptable by the group with neatly 'dressed'will give bouyancy Home and store building Christ was not offered for sins of be preached and faith comes by the
which one becomes associated. to one's own spirit.: Carelessness under that hearing of the word ,and then we Fordson
'FI Home the world covenant. We Dextra
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Nothing is so devastating to one'smorale .in attire is conducive to -\, Jasper, .'; extradoss read again in Hebrews 9:15-16 notice that the Hebrew writer says

as to be ignored or left out poor<< morale., This.mn'turn leads to 1 .: l in on :half block in' "And for this cause he is the mediator that without faith it is impossible.

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Drawing to a close the many stephanotis with strands of honeY'cl Y 'bamboo which bends Is ,;Licenses ..... 128.00 James Conine 5, Son'of Mr. and

lovely parties which complimented gold cushion: mums.Silver ," I, stronger than the oak. which, r Building Permit ... 4.50 Mrs. A. P. Conine was struck bya

.Sss Sally Camp of Jasper, .Flaw elabra with boney- e1d. candled ] .- '- ---__-' :_ I New Arrivals! resists.. Japanese Proverb 1 Fines ................ :.. 84.50 nautomobile in front of his homeon
; .
and Jeff Moritz of Eau Galiie, Fla. centering the table (had a top.of !! -. Stevenof Mayor Fees .:...:...!..::... 3LOO Route 129 just north of Suwannee -
was'a (Continued from Page 3) Mary Lou Mathis and son
whose wedding socially of white mums, wedding bells and I I t Gainesville and Lola Mae Zip- Garbage 25.50 Springs. His right leg was

prominent event taxing place in yellow bows and streamers. I day. THERE HAS BEEN A NEW Miscellaneous 49.81 crushed and broken and he is a
: Randall of Starfce
the .First.Baptist church in Jasperwas I perer and son 2.00
Miniature smIlax which garlanded j > SPLINTER ADDED TO THE last with Mr. 'Weeds (Cutting) patient in Suwannee County: HospitaL -
spent Tuesday night
the seated rehearsal dinner. the table edge was aught at I I Mrs. Jesse (WyneUe Jackson) WOOD SHED Bert Withholding Tax '".. 237.20
and Mrs. Zipperer. They The accident occurred 11:30
at eight o'clock on Monday intervals with small white wedding,and son Timmy are returning this Social Security 126.33Insurance
evening; at Ashley Oaks private bells tied in yellow satin ribbon. I week from a three weeks visit in I;! Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Wood who came had for Mary been spending Lou's son several Benny .................. 82.50 was a.m.a August Valdosta 10.man.Driver of the car

dining room In Valdosta, Georgia. Guests included the wedding j California with Mrs. :ryre'irsister (Sr. are very proud' ot their new Total Receipts 6,844.78
: with his grandparents.
days
Hosts for the affair uncles Mrs.: Mildred grandson. He is the son of L/Cpl Total Cash Available .. 12810.61
were party, relatives an out of town) McNielly andFay c ,''Kenneth . ,
G. Wood Jr. and Shirley
and aunts of the'bride-elect Mr. and their families. ':' DISBURSEMENTSMayor
guests. Places were laid for fifty.I Volpe | is Kenneth Jim Tatum of Waycross Georgia Utility Sinking Reserve Fond
Wood.mebaby's
name
29.00
and Council .
end Mrs Raymond Camp;Ji'! of The consisted fresh fruit 1 I and Mrs. : ...... .. ..
menu II G.Wood'm, born in Clinch County visited his cousins Mr. and Office .... 610.65 I Time Deposit, July 31,
and Mr Mrs I Mrs. Clifford is Management
Jasper and Walter Tompkins spending :
'
Lobster Thermidore .
cup Spanishrice 'Memorial Hospital, Aug. 13, 1963. George Young 5". last Wednes- 528.76 I .1963 15,000.00
Abel 5 of t Raleigh North Carolina. toasted almond garnished I the last part of this week: in He weighed 7 Ibs. 9 ozs. day. I I Finance and Taxation 50.00 I Renewal and Replacement: Fond
[ .
The U-shaped table was overlaid string beans, garden bouquet salad Jacksonville with her madler-in . |Legal Cash 31
I II .. .......... 238.73 available July ,
.... ..
with an imported white linen: with garden sauce .home mode 1 law, Mrs. D. P. Tompkins who had Christian Women's Fellowship I I[Insurance .100.00Police 1963 ...................... 5,400
stroke last I public Relations
a. Friday.
the
banquet cloth and centering
of|, rolls blueberry muffins and two- While she will visit Mr. and Zant and wife on Thursday evening I The Christian Women's Fellowship Department 1249.91
crescent was a large bouquet
toned: lemon chiffon pie. August 27, whichos-Thursday after of Burnham Christian Church I' 390.13IBurIding
white stock, chrysanthemums and, 'Mrs. Sam Sawyer and other rela- .Fire Department
tives. the' fourth Staiday: in this month. met with Mrs. Wallace Selph Fri-, Inspection 183.70 Legal Adv
. .
I I I An Alfrescobuffet.dinner will be day. August 16, at 3:30 with Mrs. ]! :

II Mr. and :Mrs. Billy Sapp and given in the garden overlooking the Selph presiding. An interesting;I Street Department 2,048.82 IK CIRCUIT COURT.

I children'.are spending a few days(pool of Mr. and Mrs.:: Everette program on 'The Changing City ,Garbage Department 544.91 THIRD, HAMILTON JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT -

I,at Clearwater Beach. The childrenare 'Brown. Mr' .and Mrs Browne will Challenges the Church," was led:Cemetery: 185.70 COUNTY FLORIDA
It H and open their 'outdoor kitchen and ''Public! 30.00 OLE E TAPLEV,
Sharon Welfare
:Billy, Danny by Mrs. Teford Sullivan. At the
Gtw ;ova Wayne. garden for the adult membershipof conclusion of' the program Mrs. ''Social Security 793.19 rJalntlft'YI

the church::fcrhjoy their party. Bert Zipperer took charge of the Withholding Tax .,. 665.50 IIOMKR R. TIPLKY.

"Christmas in August" was the Those who wislfmay<%o swimming.This j worship service using as a theme :Total Disbursements .... 7,649.00 I IN Defendant THE NAME AXD BY THE

name o fthe party the Baptist G A's will be a time to relax and "Our Faith in Missions." After Total Cash Available, July 31 AUTHORITY OF THE STATE

Ch ance 'I I had last Friday night. They had know the pastor and his wife in an f this delicious refreshments were ; 1963 5,161.611'TO: HOMER OF FLORIDA R. TAPLEY: wheat

i collected gifts for Home Missions i informal way and maybe whenI ,served by the hostess. Utilities System Revenue Fund I residence and address is Ochleek&ee,

:to be sent to the Hill Street Mission I I grown-ups should be seen and not 'Cash Available, July 1, I|Georgia A sworn: bill of complaint having

NO I Center i nAtlanta. Mrs. Cevil Vannis taught and listen to the wise plans I Mr. and :Mrs.'Ralph Cunningham 1963 19,821.33RECEIPTS been filed In this Court against you.,

G. A. Director and also counselor. that a pastor might have for his 'spent Friday night and Saturdayin | : t the relief, and therein other relief sought you being are re-divorce

flock. So as to speak. As time goes Gainesville with their son and Water Service .... 2,489.25 quired to answer said complaint on
I on and the weather is cooler this {daughter-in-law, Pr. and Mrs. Richard Sewer Services 129125Waters or before September 6. 196J. furnish Florida
ling to C. .A. Avriett. Jasper
Miss Ann Greer left Tuesday same membership will be hav-I Cunningham and family. I{ Deposits 75.00 I Plaintiffs Attorney,., a copy thereof,
ing churchwide affairs again. ,else decree pro confesso will be entered -
afternoon for a boat trip to many I Withholding Tax 52.20

stTTE1VD CfflleCff R3'sUNtb4Y European parts. She boarded a. Mr. and Mrs .Frank Matthews! Mr., and Mrs. Edward Alderman ,Social Security............. 30.87 I J i Witness against mr you.hand and the official
freighter at Hoboken N. J. which were up from Tampa spending the Insurance ..\. 30.00 seal, of this Court at Jasper. Florida
Frankie left last week
(anddaughter this 6th day of August A.D. 11-61.
I stops at many ports, wherevei" for the North Carolina Mountains.They weekend with their parents, "Mr. Total Receipts 3,968.57 THBLMA L.HW1S. Cleric

BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST ,there is freight to be delivered. The I Ii were in Ashville and will visit and Mrs. Gordon Alderman. Total Cash Available .... 23,789.90 Circuit County Court by Alice of Hamilton Jones.Deputy .

BAPTIS CHURCH Between Jasper and Jenningson i boat will stop at Portugal, Spain, other places in. that state. i DISBURSEMENTSGeneral Cleric
Pastor Rev. Henley highway 41 Casablanca, into the Mediterraneanto Cottrell and Marian Sullivan and Operations ........ 989.27 C. A. Avriett.Jasper. .

Monday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll : ports in Italy even to Yugosalviaon Jeanette and*Joel Smith of Val- daughter Diana Lynne of Jackson- Water Plant ................ 332.52 t Aug. 9, le Florida, 23 30 Sept. (C seal))

Mon.injr Service Union ._- 11:00 6:30 a.m. Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 the Adriatic Sea. It is a 26 day dosta are the delighted parents of ville spent Saturday night and Sunday ':Water Lines ............ 3,431.36 LARD deceased: that she filed her

Training Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00 a little blond' daughter. Kellie with Mr. and Mrs. Winston Sewer Plant .................. 4.37 t
7:30
Evening Worship Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00 trip.Mrs. Williams. Water Refunds .... 50.00 .
Deposits
Midweek Prayer Service Mamie Bryan will be in Evette, born Sunday night at 9:45, I .
every Phone WE8-2091 ............ 193.57
WeJn .day at 7:30 p.rn. charge of the hotel while Miss at Pineview hospitaL The little Social Security I
__ Greer is away. lady weighed six pounds and 12 I Garrard and Maxine Sullivan and Withholding:, ,................ 171.40

JASPER FIRST :METHODISTThe FIRSTAPT1ST CHURCH .-.'.....".... ounces. The Jasper grandparentSare i children of :Macon spent the week- Total Disbursement .... 5,172.49

Friendly Church"N. Sayer Canova, Pastor. I Mrs. Dorothy Ryan Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Braswelland end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sulli- Total Cash Available. July 31, i"To

E. BOOTH, Pastor Sunday School at 9:45 Lila Parramore Keyes of Ft Worth Mr. and ,Mrs. Elza Smith. jvan. .' : 1963 ....._.............. 18,617.41

ORDER OF F"2RVICE Moraine Worship ._ 11:00 a.m. ITexas were visitors to Mrs. Florence . : __.. UTILITY SINKING FUND....
School ... 9:45 11
Sunday ? a.m. Training Union ........ 6:45: p.m. Ryan Tuesday.:Aug. 20. Mrs. Maxie Morrison of Ft. My- Mrs. B. W. Wells of Madison Cash Available, July 1,

Morning Worship* 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship ............ 8:00: ers is on the last.lap of a vacation{I County spent last week in Hamilton -!' 1963 ,.................... 3236.24
invited '
Everyone
EVENING SERVICES Prayer Services Wednesday JASPER FRIENDS ATTEND trip and is here visiting Mrs.; Dan . RECEIPTS err is human to forgive

at 7:30 p.m. LANGDALE GOLDEN WEDDING Braswell and others of her family. I Utlities Taxes ............ 901.99 divine ." Pope
Junior _. 6:00
Fellowship .. 6:00 p.m.1 -- RECEPTION IN VALDOSTAOn .. Cleveland and SucSe Selph and Total Receipts ............ 901.99 Whether it be by accident or
Fellowship
Jr. High JASPER CHURCH OF GOD FOICJASPER GIRL (children spent the weekend in Yu- Total Cash Available .... 4138.23 design innocently maliciouslyor
Youth Fellowship 6:00 Wednesday August 14th. when :lee with Joseph and Fda Herring
Rev. Earl Deas HAS IMPORTANT POST DISBURSEMENTS: the
through sheer stupidity,
Worship Service -_ 7:00 8:00 p.m. I Sunday School ___ 10:00: a.m Judge and Mrs. Harley Langdale Writers are often modest about ,land in Jacksonville with Lawrence Bank Charges ................ 8.81 ability to err is a pectUarly hu- t
Youth Social Hour pjn. of Valdosta, Ga. were entertainedby and Janis Selph and children. ........ 8.81
_
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. writing of their own, but twice htis Total Disbursements man weakness.
.
7 e
Wednesday Hour of Power :15p.m their sons and daughters on *
-- Evening Worship 7:00 p.m week there has been news of VTrgje Total Cash Aavailable, July 31 Forgiveness comes less easily:

BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST 'TUESDAY their Goldren Wedding anniversaryat Hyman Cone (Mrs. Edman E. Mrs. D. P. O'Hara of Suwannee : 1963 .................... 4,129.42 less easily and certainly less

Bible Study at lit a.m each Sun. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.nx. the Valdosta Country Cub Cone) in A.1ice'Vithee's column j I County attended church at Corinth often, we suspect in instances
the several thousand guests
among dinner ,
and had
{ Church Sunday
Church Service 1 1 a-m. 7 pan. FRIDAYS "Chatter' 'in the Jacksonville Jour- where forgiveness is both sought
Y. P. .. __ 7:30 attending were the following from with Mrs. Annie Morgan. cousins.Mr. .
Each First and 3rd Sunday.. : E.5 pan nal. Vh-gie Hyman: Cone is Deanof . day afternoon were their aftejp and worthy of,giving. For-
PBYE 6:00 p.m. eACh Sunday Jasper. Mrs. ,Graham Black Mr. Women atTRobert Ei Lee High and Mrs. Paul Knight and lit giveness shouldn't of course, k

Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH and Mrs. Bamberg Harrell, Mr. School in Jacksonville which is Wilmer and Mary Alice Deas tle daughter Paula. of. Bainbridge. :degenerate to a weak blanket ac
.
.
WHITE SPRINGS and Mrs. Russell Carter, Mr. and and children and Mary Alice's parents -
a high honor. She returned the of and all errors, but
JASPEFTPRESBYTERIANCHURCH Rev. Ed. Montgomery, Jr. Pastor i Mrs. Carlton.: Carter Mr. and Mrs. past Monday from Logan, Utah 'Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fletcherand i Cousins of Mrs. Hattis shivermet quittal should ''be any forthcoming quickly -
it -
SERVICERev. Evening Service ,_7:30 p. m. K. L. Sandlin ,and Mr. and Mrs. where she spoke at the Sigma children of Valdosta spent with her Sunday for their an- and generously in instances

E. F. Montgomery JR., J i Billy Hill. Kappa Soroity of which she is a Sunday at Twin Lakes where they ':,nual get-together. Everyone tooka merited.
where it is
SchooL-9 a. m. J i BURNHAM CHRISTIAN enjoyed picnicking and swimming. covered dish at the noon tour. A
Sunday i :member at the officers train school I we'd never fore lye
i Incidentally
Marvin .
Mr. and Mrs. O'Cain ser.ed.in
CHURCH are -
dinner was
Services ... 11:00 Last ,very good out
I I meeting on scholarship. summer ourselves If we didn't point
., Paul H. Stewart Pastor on vacation we hear in the mountains I Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston chiding h ome made buttenmulkI
.
JASPER ADVEN'r"' "MSunday 1 I School each Sunday 10:00, and other interesting places.It I Virgie spent in Europe. She /and sister, :Mrs. Joe Howell, spent i I by Mrs. Shiver. that the easiest washing andcleaning
is active in Red Cross work Hospital ..mfles
| . service .for
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. I I I Church Service Second and Fourth is nice that Marvin and Edith Sunday in Tallahassee with Mr.
Travis Carter can get away from the Fla. heat Auxiliary and many worth and Mrs. Gaston's son-in-law and I 1 Fred Roebuck and daughter around Is available at JASPER
Sundays .................. 11:00, !'while things down Jacksonville Mrs. ACLEANERS. Save
Sunday School '10-amc CYF and Bible Study Second and i wave. I lway. The latestbn: her activity was daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Mc- ; Mrs._James Wynn attended LAUNDRY and ladle -

Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30' .55. in the Jacksonville Journal I CUllough. They also visited their homecoming day at Mt. Zion Meth- time enegery money facilities
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Akers and daughters -.. on mother, Mrs. Bertha Blair in W. odist Church in dyatville, Georgia, with our modem ..*

Wednesday night: Aleda and Rebecca of Glas- t.Wednesday August. .21st. II T. Edwards Hospital. i Sunday. This is Mrs. Roebuck's at ..JASPER ..LAUNDRY

Chdr Practice 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST glow, Kentucky were guests last Chandler: . fold home church nd she always CLEANERS.

prayer Service 8:00 p.m.: I I "Enter Rest Pray" week o f Mrs.. Graham Black. Jacksonville City Hospital.is home from a, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Young and i enjoys going back. Watch for a red date on your
Pastor Charles W. Rogers Sr. 555s ''little ,* .R' .
CHURCHRev. I daughter Jennifer of Albany, I 1 Its worth
BAPTIST ticket-
i
D I VON I A Sunday School each*3lmday 10a.m. ADULT PRESBYTERIANS TO Sauk is spending I dry cleaning
Comer j Georgia, spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Myrtice
Truitt Mrs. W. B. Lewis has returned
I Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. HONOR NEW PASTOR & WIFE Mrs. George Young Sr. Also'some time in Jacksonville with is.64 In dry cleaning trade.
Sunday School _.._ 10 a.m. Worship Services 2nd and 4th from a months:: stay in Waynes-land I
11 The adult of the ville North Carolina mountains and Mr. and Mrs. Young Mon-: relatives.
membership
.
eachiC&g -- at.11 and at 8
Training Union : a.m.1 Sundays a.m. p.m Presbyterian church will honor the Atlanta Ga., where she visited son i 1._______________________------------------------ _...-...-.___- JJJ

Preaching --- 7:00 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. new pastor the Rev. William Van Hill Lewis and wife Myrtle. I

Wednesday night Prayer N. M. Rowell pastor FROM
Meeting 7:30 !>.Jn. Sunday<< School every, Sunday at SHOP
: 1C:30 a.m. I CLASSIFIES ADS II i ,
*T u r t i-tfF S t/ *A ** F i
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF GOD Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30, p.m. YOUR CAR!
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Training Union __ 6:30 \ m. i SuwflitnEEVflLLEV DRIRIES
REPAIRS-We repair all ;
Y.P.E. Sunday ..__- 6:30 pjn.' Prayer Meeting! on Wednesday at types,

prayer Meeting Thurs. .. 7:30 pjn .7:30 pjn.MISSIONARY FARMERSMONEY ,Jasper.pliances. Mannings 792-4421.Radio i S Courteous Salesladies

WHITE SPRINGS BAPTIST for farm I -- service'l You
your opera- Serve
Jennings, Florida FURNISHED
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tions at reasonable cost. Terms I =
( Pastor Nathan Wooley Pastor rent UPStairs. Can 792-6331, Robert -.
Rev. C. E. Bailey, ; c -Q JVE ,
to fit needs. Loans to
Sunday School) 10:00 a.m. I Sunday School ___- 10:00 a.m. 7 years.your.Call North Florida up Production ; Ehlert, Reg. Real Estate Bro- C VATo and Process
Morning Service 11:00 aon.I (Each Sunday) I|ker. tic = A

Training Union -..... 7:00 p.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave Milk direct from
Evening Services ... ..- 8:00 p.m.'j 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS i eV our own

Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Each Wednesdayat Best of condition. Priced farms
I STORES our own
7:30 pan. ( to sell. Mannings Radio Service : FARM
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field
Jasper 792-4421 tfc
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW. Cleaning, J. W. Darby, Jasper, phone

Sunda. School 10:00> aon. D. Stewart Pastor Call 792-3801 tfc GOOD USED -TV = Installed for ':i MILK A. FULL DAY FRESHER I

(A class for every age group>>) Sunday Schoo] 10:00 a.m. 100.00 and up. farmings Radio I _

Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ,,__ 11:00 a.m. i FOB SALE Lot on Suwanne Service. 792-442L Jasper. tic :, .
Youth Fellowship __ 6:00 p.m. Draining Union -u,", 6:30 pan. River at Suwannee Springs. Reasonable. I

PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship J!... 7:30 pan. Inqure Robert Zhlert, Real II I
White Springs every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting .7:30 p.m. Estate Broker. 792-6331 tfc NEEDED I ICE GALLON :
VISIT
11:00 aan. FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin : 1L- 39
Swift Creek each Third Sundayat GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF Live Oak. Florida for an your I C

3:00 p.m. GOD FREE LUBRICATION! musical needs**from organs and : MI LK2 CARTON
F record's I
Rev George .Newton pianos to and record players -
,FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School _, 10:00 aoa. We win give a FREE Lobe Job tfcI I

STATENVILLE. GEORGIA .Morning Worship ..__? 11:00 aoa. with each oil change-for a TasteVaniPa Chocolate. Strawberry-
Allen Brooker Pastor Wednesday Night _' 7:30 pun. limited time only! FOB SALE-30-Inch electric rang With the "Ice Cream ,

'Sunday Sehool __ 10:00 aon. Prayer Service .Firestone'Tires Automatic Washer and Dryer. AH So Good and refreshing, tool!
Worship Service 2nd and 4th Y. P. E. Friday Night 70 .Dcko Batteries new in original crates. Reasonably -
Sundays _. _..... 11:00 a.m.
? at competitive prices! ,priced. Mrs.. Vernon Wetherington
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at I
JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD,
FRED TAYLOR'STEXACO Telephone 792-262L It
Prayer Meeting 7:00 Each- .m.Thursday at CHURCH STATION' I GaL

8:00 pun. Sunday School each Sunday at Jasper Telefbctae/2SS-2903 USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR fL90C
MYF Social Hour Each Thursday 10:00 a. m. I Sale. Good condition. $-10 and MILK

I Services Each Sunday morning FARMS WANTED IF YOU 50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper -

SUWANNEE CHURCH OF and evening would like to sell your farm I phone 792-4421 tfcOPPOBTUNITT

THE NAZARENE I Old time Gospel Sing last Friday ne us. We have calls for farms

Fad Florida each month ............ 8 pan. every week. _W. L. Bryan, Beg.I bitious man 25 OPEN to 62 -to for operate am-

Bert E. Wheeler Real Estate Broker. Phone SY retail Watkins Route in this com Natural Flavor
Sunday School ........ 10:00 A.JrL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 munity. Earnings from $100.00 to$1SO.00 Buy Your Milk In Glass For

Preaching Service ......11:00 AALEvelng STATENVILLE. GEORGIAD.

Service ........ 7:30 P.M. .W. Kasnon Pastor Georgia Hate,Glass Co. For interview easy from in your the area beginning write AND FRESHNESS
(Services Eack \
7A Sunday) y
Meeting
Wednesday Prayer
-
Sunday School 10:00 &om .Store Frontal Watkins. 659 West Peachtree St. N. "': .

CORlNTK MISSIONARY Morning Worship _- 11:00 a.m. .Mirrors KetilTered --Jl: 3.. "'t *' .
'
BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union 6:30 paa. .Tab Enclosures, Showers 8:00: ajn. to 8:00: p.m.
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S3: \USED TYPES14& Recently Hours
Prayer Service
Wednesday at
Rev. Marcus Morrison pastor Storp
7:30 r.* VALDOSTA recocditiooed-an in good 7 Days Per Week
,
Rand+lr; School (every Sunday;
at 7: ))0 pan. working order. The Jasper News '
fifth Sunday) _10. aon.Preachis '
except -- PIANO FOR SALE PRACTICE: -
*Service each Sunday WHITE SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL UPRIGHT FOR$50 UP..RECON- FOR SALE O JH6EXT Wonder (REMEMBER: ,to shop for dairy and ice ,cream products at your nearest Smvan

;_ at 11 ua. and I'M pja.Praytr OLD SS BffiONm. OOi/mAL *Bar. Also one deep wen Dairies Farm Store for freshness, flavor, and low prices I ,

Meeting each Wednesday S. School each Sunday, 10 0erery ...., OF MC6K2 1166 If. PATTERSON.VALDOSTA. pump, $T5 and :4 room House on nee Valley

; at 70 poa. i Pru.cJ> c rrIee 2M aa41 I TELEPHONE CH43M3. 2 acres land $1800.) Wonder Bar Jasper -..- --J, "t7rJ.A J.--v-V"f;.._ -.?-_-_-. -.q.-v...""

Union 630 p.m. 4 Ox Sunday at 11 aoa. ft '1:1eDL C: Fla. S13p 1ft,7 .c- .c- Jv.w







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} Friday August 23, 1963 TJ E JASPER NEWS. JASPER._ FLORIDA PAGE' SEVEN


.: Newsta' MISS MARY ALICE CRAWFORD! PLAN RODEO TO LOWER ROUGH "
, Hospital AND GEORGE.WYNN WED Grand Jury Has 36 ,

FISH POPULATION IN SUWANNEE .

fl ..
.
The Hamilton County Sportsman's Club announced .
Cases To Consider .
this week I .;that! they are :sponsoring ,aVp 9.ugJt}(- Fish ..
.
:. ." Rodeo"with valuable: prizes !in- an":tfforftrvlowefthfcrough ( _; l i I -' ,'" e' ,.-

PATIENTS Df'HOSPITAL NOW: M fish population of the Suwannee River before pIac1Ing f The Fall term of Grand Jury of Hamilton County

Mrs.Emory Ethel Grantham Chandler a large number of bream and other panfish in the t 1!is ending This Thursday, and the Jury had a total of 36

Guy Dedge r. river, which is planned for this fall sometime.Over J cases to consider. The News could not wait for the final l

Mrs. Essie Sweat 50,000 bass were released : report, but below are printed some of the actions taken.

Mrs.Mrs. Annie Betty Tyre Mae Daniels last spring in the river. FLORIDA facts- 1, Court will be in session, probably the next two weeks on

Mrs. Ollie Weaver According to' Cecil Eatmon and I these and other cases.

Margaret Stewart (coL) Don Ball officials of the Sports- In the case of The State .. J. D. Hawk and Douglas
William Home (col.) man's Club the contest will last da vs. Tommy Green ( assault and attempted
PATIENTS DISCHARGED < for three days only and prizes will I entering the Post Office (Fred Taylor's Gas Sta
SINCE 'lAST WEEK: be awarded at the end; of the three nings) he entered a ) Pled guilty sentenced next

Jack Vaughn days for: guilty, and trial was set + j 04 ..
.. r ., Wi&ie Leonard
Miss Lucille Browo.11 .**- ttst' 26. ti Seymore
:'iCMcGriuTPerry L Largest numberso rougfr'fishf- I I'S.. Grant Eonnell (guilty."S.({ Willie Hokfen, Ocilie Carter.
Brookins 2. Most pounds of rough fish; and entering Guy and Entering (the FSan
3. The Largest!; fish caught.
Mrs. Bobbie McClellan Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crawford of numbers will be Station and escape) trial ), trial Aug. 30.
Poundage and also is in trouble
Stamps Chandler for Aug. 29. Seymore
the (
Dalton Georgia, announce mar cumulative to make a total for the
Sump L. Smith riage of their daughter Miss Mary three days. vs. Junior Rayford escape from the Hamilton
Mrs. Alma Bailey Alice Crawford'!. to George Wynn t. and tering..Hepled jail.v
The Club donated $50 for first ,
Johnny Peterson son of Mr. and Mrs. Broward <
Eston Hester Wynn of Jasper. prize. Second prize will be a\Model f -
: 1 89 Zebco Reel and Rod .
Mrs. Pauline Harvey Spinning;
-
Jonathan Law Mrs. George Wynn Is a graduateof Third prize, a Model 1944T Shake- 1 i _.. .. (EDITORIAL) ..- <. .
; -
North Whitfield High School and! .
.
Melvin Brown speare Spinning Reel and Rod.
4 Mrs. Hattie Register<* Berry College Georgia, where she Fish will be checked each day A SCHOOL BUS FOR COLLEGE?
received her BS degree in Home
Belmont THE RICH SOIL...
Joseph Rothert Economics.Mr. from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at
John Goolsby and at the White Western OF FLORIDA'S EVERGLADES IS HELPING FILL THE NA. It has been r ci red that it will be imfV1-- *'e fir t e S-ho3
Wynne is a graduate of Mt.
Mrs. Barbara Bricker Berry School for Boys and Berry !Auto Store. TION'S SUGAR BOWLS.WITH CUBAN IMPORTS'BANNED, Board to furnish a school bus to transport Hamilton County Stodtnts
Charlie Johnson (col.) College He received his BS degreein I Don Ball described a simple FLORIDA SUGAR CANE ACREAGE HAS ALMOST TRIPLEDTO to North Florida Junior Col'ege!' even th."ugh there are now over 20
Alene McClain (Cot) ,noose contraption to catch gars studentsgoing from the county.
Agriculture and is presently em- HELP SATISFY THE COUNTRY'S SWEET TOOTH.
Janie Small (cot) ployed by E. C. Brown Co., of Jas- I end said that there were probably How about someone taking or this transportation -roject: as a
Billy Simon (col.) per. The wedding: was an eventof j, some gars and mud sh in the river !: '' .!A private enterprise. If a stuxfent' drives his own car each day it wed
-- Aug. 17 in the chapel on the that weighed 30 pounds or more. '"'__. -.: .....:: __ .S '- .. < I be pretty high cost for transportation. If each student pays $1.60 per
WHJTF. RPJlNGSNE'VS Berry College Campus. I All fish must be taken legally and! ., I-::."----- I day as he has-in the past: for the privilege of riding with someone else
those interested may inquire at =- ,. Phosphoric Acid. it isn't too bad and a bus could very well come out ahead at this price.

t' 'your" bait stores or of one of the x PRODUCT OF FLORIDA'S I Jehu Hart of the Superintended of Pt*-lt" T-i'*r iV n> Office
Club members how to catch these '
PIONEER PHOSPHATE reports that the state has furnished $T>>O to the county to transport pup-
,,
by Mrs. Mary Collins. fish. INDUSTRY, PLAYS A I ils to North Florida Junior College which is not ne-rlv. er'"ih -but
We are extremely happy to I i i Here's a chance to have a lot of j! + f MAJOR ROLE IN it would possibly made the deal profitable' for an individual to buy a
welcome home our preacher Bro. Uk& CMa&+h&I ,sport do a good turn and maybe PURIFYING SUGAR AND 40-passenger bus and run it himself. It might also work into a good
Goddard who has been at Emory make a little money. The public ; thing in future years when more students are attending.
is invited to participate. GIVING, IT THE WHITE-
University in Atlanta for four GRIFFIN WOOD
: I Ij i-pt
weeks. I I NESS SO IMPORTANT

. Miss Vonnie Laverne Griffin and j Double Header To F : TO HOUSEWIVES.
The Corinth Methodist Church is Mr. Martin Weseley Wood were .

sponsoring; a Chicken Pileau dinner.. united in a simple but impressixe I i End Baseball [II
September 6. Dinner will be served -double ring ceremony August 18th "
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The: 1963. Miss Sandrw Denmark was I Season HereJasper's ,
funds from this project will go bridesmaid and Mr. Mallory Dan- SCIENCE SKETCHES I a ;
toward the building fund for rev. )[els was best man. A number of J j .Announces
Twin Rivers
I entry in the
pairs.. Please plan to go and sup-i friends and relatives were presentat
ends the 1963
season -
Baseball League
port this worthy cause. the wedding which took place wall
: this 25, with a i
Sunday August I
I at the grooms home, Mr. and Mrs. I'
August 25 thru 30 will be Youth: Kenneth G. Wood Sr. Rev. NormanE. I double header starting at 2:00 p.m.
Activity Week at the First Method1st Booth pastor of the First on the Jasper ball diamond. Two t GHP means Greater Hiding Power
Church in Lake City. MYF"ersplease : dist Church of Jasper :seven-inning games will be played 1 l'
try to attend as many of Wedding cake cookies and Metho-I'I because the team was rained out ,
these- meetings as possible. was served after the on a previous occasion.A .,
Easier
a. Vonnie is the daughter of Mr. i practice session will be held To APPII
We wish to welcome home Miss and Mrs. W. P. Griffin and will Ehcdtin
3:00
Mildred Shiver and Mrs Mildred be making her home with Martins Saturday at p.m. New Colon

Young. They'! both have been awayon I parents while he is in California The public is invited to the V ALUMINUM con now be blown into I
vacation. serving with the army. games. can-shape the way glass is blown
into bottles A product I
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.machine costs $50,000. to $100,000,
compared .with $1.5 million for a I Corers
Horace STEPHENSON'S SUGGESTIONS FOR conventional! can line. Botts Go.sFurther'
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J POISON CONTROL CENTER ..a"th ,,
I at fee University of RochesterN.Y. I _tIIi

( .) dealt with 2,240 calk LARGEST drag bucket,
in 1962 for antidotes for weighing 94 tons and capable of ripping -
; ; swallowed kerosene, cleaning away dirt and rock at 125 i. ; ONE COAT COYER
S fluid, insecticides among.oth tons a bite to uncover veins of coal, I .......fill...

I 17 JEWELS W f .,. .II' ers. Four out of five calls was welded together with the NCG ; NH COAT FLAT ....
II !
I concerned children including Dujal J Shield More than
R.du process. 3,060 tDrMi #....>M'
"y.e.es several who had eaten pounds of electrode wire about 30 ?
ss ,. cigarette ( t' :...... '
r r butts! miles long) was used. .qsr. M MCr-JMt
WMfchrwhtrrdkrhi"Loo .
y/ Typewriters Transistor JEWELRY I I MIff... ...4I'
C NMaal.bnNtN..nA1.
$49.95 Dom $69.95.RADIOS BOXES . i s.hrt nlws .
: I ,- -
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4 from $19.95 from $3.50Charge -
I' *for tit witi the Gold Tap"
M.aaYt $2 weekly. $3 month ,it! r CM (
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:!L JENNINGS for this year are Education, CoLJulianiWbod

M>tns ol_. ; Christian Social Concerns J.O. BURCH CO.
N atV dies RrTr rig iTT ;{ f NEWS ; Mrs. Hannah Bland; Evangelism ,p-
+ II I 9 Mr. Clyde Howard; Missions
:8 II Mrs. J. L. CoDum and Stewardship Billy O. Burch, owner Jasper, 792-3801
: : by Ray Nell Burnett I II '
I I t Mr. Charles Jones. -,... '" -.. i
: :Mr. and :Mrs. George Wynn and t The Commissioners will reportto k -

\ 1 Forstner L D.BRACELETS l duaghter Diane Mr.\. and.Mrs. Bill the official Board on the progress PITTSBURGH PAINTS
PEARLS CHARMS : Oakquin and neice Linda Kelly of their groups at 8:00 pm. -

'?% $3 to $150 -' from 6.95Charge Large Select I{from Lakeland Fjtorida visited Mr. James Dunnaway is the iI i iI _P-
EasY Terms it! tion : Mrs. Hattie Wynn and relatives. Chairman of the Official Board. I

(I I know everyone is enjoying the I -------------------_.._--------------------------------------------
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i
:skating rink.

:1 Mr. Edward .Hill and ''children j I'
sl.oow .wr Brenda and Rodney is'visiting Mrs I.

&I II ::!S.Pollock.S. Hill and Mr.: and-Mrs.- S. A. j I II i 1 ;Meet Your Friends At "

I' Miss Lanie Vaughn spent the past '
r
_. : :week with Mrs. Essie Hardy her tI t
LADIES MEN'S' t I grandmother while her daddy Mr.]

BIR'nISTONE BIRTIISTO CkIbCIi. ," :'Jack Vaughn was'recoverlbg from
t la long illness. .
t Rings from RINGS For School :I I Mr. Burrin Burnett Jr. and A2C : -
PAY MONTHLY! $9.95 to $500. to $65. DIXIE
Up large selection : Walter Burnett visited tome this Ii!i
Pay monthly $5 monthIIIJ t;(last weekend- i __ ,, \.

: Mr. and :Mrs. Doris Sauls was -
t I happy to announce the marriage of ,
:1 their daughter to Joe Eudy. "
t Mr. and Mrs. George Beck and ,
II)
,, i i tillJ I children Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Skip-' ; 'kating Rink

: :''per' and children visited Mr. and I

: Mrs/Charlie Burnette and boys. .
._ I i Nearly all the men and boys are t-': ...-
CAMERAS SHAVERS ELECTRIC :[gone to Cannada. '' ?
HAIR DRYER '
WATCH > I :Mr. and Mrs. Sammy McCauley
by Ansco and by Ronson HANDS by Sunbeam IRONS :j visited here last week : ..UNDER THE BIG TENT IN .

I Keystone Schick from1.95 Ronson. Universal by G. E.. SunRemington' I : __ lJ.... ..
; ,. etc beam etc. I '
\ MethodistLeadership ." .
1-: .jENNINGSFL ,
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SAMSONITE :1 To MeetThis I II ;
LUGGAGE
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$14.95up : Monday evening. August OPEN EVERY NIGHT 7:30 to 10:30
C
: 26lh. the leaders of the First
I Methodist Church: Jasper win meet,

Easy Terms : at the.Educational BuiMingto plan _1.. Close Free InstructionF
IN DOWNTOWN VALDOSTA the coming program of the-dmrd11 Supervision
: The various commissions
7:00 The commission leaders --- _- --. .
p.m. v.J"tJ. J1ItIt.-.tr..7 ;; 'T.J.J.r.c y.8..tr. .,.,
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