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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: December 6, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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j. /PRICE;. -1 Oc PER COPY-'$3.00 PER YEAR \ HAMILTON COUNTY( JASPER,. FLORIDA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 1963 VOLUME 93 NUMBER


OVER 2800 POLIO DOSES GIVEN, IN COUNTY r Postmaster Gives Florida Forest CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO MEET MONDAY

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1 H Tf''*{ .,l;AnnuiiLjChristmasPresent: Service ReportsThe Chamber The of Board Commerce of Directors will hold of the their Hamilton regular monthly County


Florida Forest Service Head meeting, Monday night December 9, at the Chamberof
I Quarters in Hamilton County re-
Commerce
Postmaster: O'Cain had his annual J ports the following forest fire information Building. All Board members are urged to

.- ,, .iy r'i -w.. if: ":y presejtY ready today*fone.bis'fJ j' for .the,county....for Jhe ,be, resent. ,.agd othersynteregtedjj! invited. Time is 8QU
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patrons and, to nobody's surprise, I 1 past seven days. p.m. _
4-2 it was his perennial suggestion 'J]Number Fires past week none .
I Y l 1. {"Mail Early.: :1',Acres Burned none

:"--"Christmas,shopping and mailing ]Fires since January 1, this year 56 Garden Club To Sponsor

is for most people, one of the]Fires same period last year 48
Heaviest chores at Christmas, MrO'Cain 'Acres burned' since Janurary, this
I said;; and if I -can per\:year 21L2
{ d \suade some neople! lo get it done Acres burned same period last Christmas DecorationsThe

: r:4 right now I ihink they win agree '::year 237.
l later--when they are taking it easy "'''-''
.\, S y { I while others'rush I Garden Club will again sponsor can fix their
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.. around-that I I II up bedroom most at*
I; v ,'" .. ....... .. ,J A- ":,- \ Christmas decorations Mrs.i
\\ :: I have given them a very good pre : tractively This can be religious,
Pictured above is a part of the total of. over 2800 persons who responded sent.. 'SJiM Maude Havener the president will the real meaning of Christmas -
Health immunization last week in the have more on this next week. using Sunday School
Department:)J to.an emergency polio campaign Virtually ail Christmas mailing! and Bible
I \ whole Crown area of Florida. According to Sanitarian Marvin Rodgers can be disposed of now by observ Prizes will be given for the best ideas or" the Santa idea or whatever

To',;AdministerVacine .:[,there were about 1900 doses given in Jasper. 333 in Jennings and 585 in, ing the:following" five :suggestions," I all round decoration which was won you choose. Anyway this child
White Springs, on Sunday November 24, and since 'then over 700 addi- Postmaster O'Cain explained: II last year by James G. Black Jr. who does the best will be awarded!

""r S birt i tional,doses have beep given: in the county schools. The vaccine is.ad 1. Do your shopping for Christ- II I I The best outdoor Christmas Tree. a prize. Next any child from eleven -
l The most attractive inside home to fourteen
The Hamilton [ mas ,gifts now: i years of age wilt
: County Health ministered by dropping two drops of the nearly tasteless liquid on the
Department announced today that I tongue of the, patient. 2. Check and revise mailing lists I decoration which Mrs. Mallory be given a prize for the same.
'' Tuten captured last year; and best These doing this call Mrs. Havenersee
'for cards'and
,1 a second clinic will be held on Sunday i iI presents
i Mr. Rodgers said that no cases of polio had been found in Hamil- ; doorway. Then this her or her
drop
card
3. mail year you a in the
I Package ;and Christmas
December
8. '1963 for the
purpose ton County,but that several 7ha.\i In Valdosta and then
of Administering Type I Sabin cases appeared parcels promptly.-,Don't worry must be honest-you must not have mail that your room will be ready
I Oral,Polio Vaccine on Sunday Nov 21 cases sprouted in Jacksonville. .Information about the campaign was I about bein gtoo earlyjust any help at all-you must use your for judging.

ember.24, 1963. received on Friday morning at the local health clinic, and word was I mark them: "do not open until own ideas-you are not to even ask J! Both white and colored will be

. )1 f Clinics will be held in Jennings at spread by school children nearby radio stations, church announcements. Christmas/ your parents questions for this iso Judged: and Jasper can be Ute most
.thel'owniIalfard White Springs at I Ir I and even. television" ,' which resulted in the good turnout. 4. Buy Christmas cards: now and show talent. School children decorated place In Florida if we gtf
r f. the. Health: Department from .12 Polio, according to Mr. Rodgers is divided into three types of address them right away sep- from six to ten years of age who busy.

I noon to:2 p.m.. The Jasper Clinic which Type one comprises the largest number of cases about 90%. The arating them into outoftownand -r --

wilt;be at, the Health Department I immunization pictured above was vaccine named Sabin,Oral Polio Vac local bundles. Mail them poor packaging or incorrect ad- I
from 12 noon to 3 prn.jon the,same cine for.Type I, and one dose in permanent vaccination for Type I polio. immediately with ZIP' Codes on dressing. School Board Cotton Vote -
,date.. Sometime shortly after q1ristmas'another clinic will be held'for them and you've got it made except -1 'Another stiuation that discourages -
The Health I perhaps*.for' that last minute'card postal employees i is that in App r pves 'Fiscal
Department. repeats admlnistraliyiof Choices
: type 2, and later for type 3. Oral polio vaccine can betaken I Explained
l these:clinics'are toadminlster'Type I in any seqitejpe: ;U.2.3; 2,1,3, 'etc) Anybody becoming three you forge- send to Aunt!I\Vmch'they finally manage to de- Bond Agent
I Sabin Polio Minnie. I address'on parcel onlyto
Oral Vaccine to Hamilton cipher an a
months of,age since last polio clinic, or who missed I ,Just what "
Type can start But of is a yes" or a "no"vote
County residents who failedto I plenty stamps now while find the deciphered address
receive their Immunization on with the next immunization,:,whether, Type ,2 or Type 3 is administered.A post office windows are uncrowded.,|completely erroneous -to the wrong Jasper Florida will mean in the December 10
final make-up will be given after completion the 3 immunizations i November 12 ,1963 referendum on cotton marketing
Sunday November 24, i63.Cllttic& For Christmas Cards, the Post- street or sometimes even to the
will be arranged and thePublic I when the missed,type will be given, in order to complete the seriesAsks master recommends: the attractivenew wrong city and state. The' Board of Public Instruction Wallace Deas Chairman County
5 cent Christmas show- of Hamilton County Florida: met I Agricultural Stabilization &: Conser
wijl} be notified when Types '- I stamps Once a local post office has exhausted -
I Jn and,m'Sabin Oral Polio Vaccineare I + ores erv \'5. by keeping down potential fuels like I ing the ,National Christmas tree in all efforts to make de- tonight in special session. The following vation Committee. All farmers who
available.A briers weeds brush, or palmetto.And Washingon D., C. Use of This livery or return a parcel and has members were present: are engaged in the production of
twenty-Five ((25c) donation per I I Service About when controlled burning is I stamp insures first class mail)[held it unclaimed for the standard Clyde Hunter Chairman, Johnny upland cotton in 1963 arc eligibleto
,dose is requested to defray cost of done properly, natural seeding treatment aning the card may 90 day, the parcel is usually lost Butler .Allen B. Tyree, Frank Matt' vote in the referendum.
purchasing: vaccine. I I Control Burning from pines is stimulated. Brown contain personal messages and '''to the sender on intended recipient. hews, and E. V. Stormant. The The Chairman said that the basic

1 spot disease on longleaf pine seedlings may be forwarded or returned free|I f Such parcels are disposed of by superintendent and secretary;., program choices are:.1. |If at least
'Uncle Zeke used ,toNcall,it "burn- can be controlled. Unwanted of exrta charge. Ithe Postal Service at auctions held Harry T. Reid, was present The two-thirds of the growers who vote
Fuqua Asks Ing off the woods *- He waved a scrub hardwoods take a setback.Proper For example, if Great Aunt Min-I I'at 15 major postoffices over the attorney for the Board F. B. Har- if the referendum approve of quotas *

flaming lighter'd; knot through burning can "green" up the nie has moved without telling you, I I I nation. rell was Also present. _. the quotas will be to (fffi fort

." Tobacco Cut. e I er some go..good..It'bumeJ'Off brushy places"$9 woods nd Jet all Aroods pasture,.in}? )___spring for you rcard vril"fee forwarded to her I[ .Postmaster: emphasized that The purpose of this special meet- e 1964? upland cotton crop .n r-
stock grazing and it can be helpful' your card Will beforWarded'to'her ing was {o oiJcua employmentt>f
Be',ReconsidereHEditors ![right and likely as riot some I I I Zip Code can also help insure keting penalties win appjrto any'oexcesV'
'body else's tool! in game_management. or it will l be returned, to you provided .against loss due to poor addressing> a fiscal agent to handle bond sale. eotten produced on a
Note: Th. following wasa But he had his reasons and to Marm foresters and county rangers you have put your return address for letters and"parcels.. The five- The meeting opened with prayer farm and price support at a level
telegram received by the Jasper;I him and the times in which he and of. the Florida Forest Serviceare on the envelope as; the postmaster digit ZIP code identifies one specific by Mr. Harrell.Mr. within.the range of 66 to 90 percentor
Hews last Wednesday afternoon qualified to assist the land- has asked.Incidentally Harrell explained the purpose -
his neighbors lived ,maybe.it made* area. No other area has that parity will be available to far-
p immediately after the announcement -, owner with recommendations on of employing a fiscal agent
senseIn spite of the saplings ,to speed Christmas same ZIP Code number. ThereforeMr. mers who comply with their farm
made to cut the flue controlled for handling the sale of bonds.
was burning.
I killed timber destroyed, lost top- handling letter carriers and post O'Cain explained-in view of acreage allotments.
I Cured tobacco acreage. However, soil ,,and other waste which .comes On certain winter days relative officies will have free supplies avail the great number of opportunitiesfor Representatives of three firms 2. On the other hand if more than
because of Thanksgiving the Jasper -I,.with uncontrolled forest wildfire. I humidity wind velocity ,wind. dir. able for "Local" and "Out-of-town" error that arise from the fact were present and submitted their one-third of the growers who vote
News was published before Then came a school of foresters ection fuel moisture ,and air temperature bands for Christmas cards. If you that there are many streets and proposals as follows: oppose the quotas, then there will
this telegram was received j I William R. Hough Co. $9.95 per
I,who insisted that burning of the f work together ideally to will us these to separate your 10- ctiess with similar names-the ZIP be no quotas and no penalties applt
-, Congressman Don Fuqua today And that no conceivable good could give,a clean conrtol burn. Foresters cal and out-of town cards it will 'Code is ,a real asset for Christmas bond 4sold. cable to the 1964 upland cotton crop
r called on Secretary of Agriculture woods was bad under all conditions. and rangers can pick a likely da on expedite delivery and assist your (mail, as well as fore regular mail Pierce, Wulbern, Murphy, Inc. and price support to farmers who
Orvil Freeman to reconsider the 1 52,500.00
Proposal no.
I which to control-burn for ,best re- "
come from it. Their slogan was post office. ings. comply with their farm allotmentswill
r Directive Tuesday of the U. S.i simple: "No fire in the woods, sults. They know when to use backfire ;I In most areas postal patrons will For example, if a letter is ad- Proposal no. 2 1500.00 i ba available at 50 percent of
Department of In I Thornton Farsh & Gauntt Inc.
Agriculture cut- ,
!'ever.' head fire spot fire or strip I
find that a supply o fthese will be dressed "Moneola parity as directed by law.
to and the stateis
ing of Florida's tobacco acreage I I Finally in the 19to's with the, fire system. Their job is to help left in their mail box, cr they may $7.90 per bond sold.
left or is illegible tell I Allotments are not affected by
we can
10% for the ,.1964 season. Fuqua the landowner on request. A motion was made by Mr.. Matthews -
,development' feffective fire be had from carriers or local post
b control
I from the ZIP Code used wheherit the outcome of the balloting. They
based his request on the fact that Fire can be a wanton scourage.In .if .to submit these proposals to i
offices for the
organizations foresters were asking
the Secretary has the authority to I controlled burning, however ,it goes to Mjneola Iowa New York the State Department of Educationfor I will remain in effect-whether or
able to reconsider. They found that And just an addtional -of- Texas Missouri each of which not quotas are approved-as a
peace or ,
treat as a "kind of tobacco" various can be a useful tool in good timber I I their review and recommendations -
i proper use of fire under some con- mind safeguard about parcels this have that "Mr. means of determining ellgibUty for
: types when there is a difference management. Ask Farm Forester ', a city by name. that the lowest and best proposal
in supply and demand condi ditions could indeed be he'1pt'ulto Christmasthe Postmaster urges O'Cain said. be accepted. There was no the available price support.
J Wyman Garland or County Ranger
the forest. Wise use of fire to burn to insure them. I|I ZIP code is Mr. Deas pointed out that while
"Mailing
early with
.. tions in order to maintain supplies I J. W Kelley for details on conrtolled you second to this motion so. no vote |I
: in-line with demand. Fuqua noted I'forest underbrush actually could burning. He noted that despite the Depart such a help lo the mailer ,as well was taken. Secretary of Agriculture is directed
that less than 3% of the Tobacco I aid'th reduction of forest wildfire. 4 4.So'as' 4t meat's efforts over many years to as our Post Office, that I really There being no further businessthe I by law to proclaim quotas for the
held by Stabilization Corportion as promote good packaging and ad- can't see why everyone doesn't do meeting adjourned. next crop when the total cotton
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of November 1, 1963 was type 14, IT'S A PACTS dressing the Postal Service each it "he added. Clyde Hunter Chairman :supply exceeds normal it is the

the type which Florida grows with year has been unable to deliver or I I Zip Codes for Jasper 32052 ATTEST Harry T. Reid Supt. I I'growers themselves who decide
97% coming from the other types. return about half a million 'par-, ZIP Code for Jennings 32053 whether or not quotas shall be used.

I In seven years from 1956 to 1963 t cls.in eluding may lost because of Zip Code .For While Springs 3209G4ME'RICAN Jasper Florida Marketing quotas for the 1963 up-

he pointed out only 2% of type 14 ti- November 26, 190 1:land cotton crop were approved by
t failed to sell into the channels of ,i The Board of Public Instructionof I 93.1 percent of the growers voting.

.trade while nearly 10% of the total THE WAY Hamilton County, Florida met I Allotments for individual farms
crop of all types of .flue-cured ,tobacco c tonight in special session to further will be made available to growers
were-placed-in -'CorPora- not to frighten discuss employing a fiscal within the next few days .so that
tion average. The Congressmannoted horses in the, street agent for the sale of bonds. The I farmers may have the information
that this plearly indicates I "one ',tyrn-ofythe-- following members were present: prior to the Dec. 10 referendum.

that there Is a consistant demand tury:automobile was Clyde Hunter, chairman, Johnny
for Type 14 tobacco and that it .;froritta fake c 11 1 1 Butler, Allen B. Tyree, Frank Matt
should be treated separately in horse all i hews ,and E. V. Storman. The', The chairman: called for vote on
Freeman cars o( the period, it r i this motion. Those voting "Aye"were
acreage cuts. Fuqua urged. it' superintendent and secretary,
to give serious considerationto I "alive had to," and be cranked had K1OL 'fit .... Harry T& ,Reid, was: ..present. 'Mr.F. : ./ Mr. Matthews and Mr. Stor-
this request for a redetermination no 1 B. Harrell attorney was pres. mant. Those voting "nay" were
tires.. .
wooden'whee.'s
pointing out the serious eco- only natsoms Mr. Butter and Mr. Tyree. The vote

-.1JE. s nomjc effect which this drastic cut. *hors inherited and from ent.The meeting opened with prayer.'being tied the chairman, Mr. Hunter
will have on the Tobacco- Farmers 'I predecessors! buggy ., by Mr. Harrell voted "aye" and it was declared -
of FJorida. Mr. Reid reported that the appli- that the motion was carried.A .
I f cations for fiscal agent for the sale motion was made by Mr. Matt-
of bonds had been returned from hews that the attorney for the
Calvary Baptist Q v so; the State Department of Educationwith Board proceed with the validation
0 their recommendations. They proceedings of the bond issue and
Ladies To Holds
: noted that proposal of Pierce Wul that the Superintendent be author-

MeetingThe i t Women got into the driver's. seat in 1912 s J bern. Murphy, Inc. in the amountof lied to ai&i such doeuraea$ as may
when the self-starter was introduced 1 2,500.00 averaged $&25 per bond be necessary for tint proceedings.
Ladies of the Calvary' Baptist .\, The development of balloon tires 10 and is the lowest This motion was seconded by Mr.
church will hold their weekly I rr yean later was partly due to women's )A motion was made by Mr. Matthews Stormant. The chairman called for
prayer service for Foreign Mission! desire for more driving comfort. that the proposal of Pierce, vote on this motion. Those voting

at the home of Mrs. J, P. Yates. : Today'scor Is designed Wulbern, Murphy Inc. of Jacksonville "aye" were Mr. Matthews and Mr.

Tuesday, December 10. I for comfort .:: w Florida be accepted as filed Stormant. Those voting "nay
Each one will bring a covereddis. i i! and safety with and proposed to this Board on the were Mr. Butler and Mr. Tyree.

Visitors are welcome. -. shatterproof windshield 12th day of November, 1963, and, the vote being tied, the chairman,
; Berline Qilbreth sealed beam that they be advised of this actionof Mr. Hunter voted "aye", and It
Publish_ Chairman .> head lights, shock absor&ers y the Board and directed to proceed was declared that the motion was

L ; air conditionIng w t : with the performance of the'carried
*' d Mr. Reid informed the Board that
and seat bits t acts outlined in their proposal with
For the pasUfc years, Ili : due diligence;: 'This motion was; Mr. Zeb Lackey an architect from
virtually oil new seconded by Mr. Stormant Mr. Valdosta would like to meet. with
models have been .. ..irj'- St&mant explains his second by. them on Deeecafeer 3, 19&1.

equipped wfth tires'of _-.1" ., .-- '. .''1. ,,, saying that this Board has informally There being no farther business
Tyrex rayon cord to .. agreed. that the issue ol, the meeting adjourned.

n assure cool ryaning; consolidation will not be agitatedby t' Cfytil Hunter, Chairman
t[ r I strength and comfort '. A Dead Goose Lays No Eggs!, Pays No Taxes ,
'J". "- tiuTboard' before January, 1965.: ATTEST Harry T. Reid Supt. .
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enclosing a'clipping she had read of her foot I. the guests were seated at Methodists i 1 Dec. Methodist Children'sHome

11 about daughter Virgie. Doris has i We undersand she is doing nice- small tabls in the living room- Offering.
been in but is ly but she has host of friends Christmas
iWicJcU recently Jasper as a these covered with white cloths
Dec. 17 Methodist Men's Ladies
< : often the case we missed seeing her. here who will want to write her a and each centered by a small Night. Mrs. Wilmer Sapp

:J We become so involved with choreswe message of cheer. wicker basket of red berries and Programs king on '', omen of the Bible.spea-"
often miss the friendly con- autumn leaves .On the piano at one
i Dec. IS
? tacts, which mean so much. :Mr. Baynard Milton of New Jer- end was an arrangement of autumn First Methodist Church, Jasper, --Church School Christmas .
sey has been in the south for a few leaves balanced the .announced the December Schedule! i Program. Mrs. James Williams
at other end
The first Christmas tree of the days and attend church Sunday by lighted candles. of events today. They begin with' Mrs. Clyde Payne Mrs. CharKeRhoden
season. with his mother Mrs;Emma Milton, Miss Bible Sunday, Dee. 8. and conclude Directors.Dec. .
Carter
.,Vfrg.Hmm SYounor 2-4951 j t was presented a with a Special Activity Watch-I 22-Christmas Sunday.
The beautiful cedar in the Little i y' (large electric grill as a gift from on
Triangle park is beautifully decor- Mrs._ Wilmer Bembry (Linda) the hosts. night (December 31)). I Dec 22-.Joint Community Christmas -
ated now for Christmas .The City is president o fthe Jaycetts in Val The events are: Service at First Baptist
.knows
Nobody who I After
first
sent the dosta.. I Dec. 8 Bible ] ,
Beautification Committee of the Sunday.
Christmas I
greeting. The tradition j ( j young people spent the late evening -
developed from the ancient custom 1 i Nex week, Dec. 12 the Hamilton -Jasper Garden Club-Mrs. Avie: . at the skating rink Dec. Woman's Society of Christi i i Dec. 29-Student Recognition Day.
Mrs. Thomas
of sending wishes for the New Year County Home Demonstration Harrell, Mrs. Doan Harrison Mrs. I Mr. Moultrie Jones who was the i I The out-of-town guests were ian Service Christmas Program | Owens Youth
'Clubs will have a Christmas Fair- Mamie ,head of Vocational training in Educational Building. I Secretary.Dec.
The earliest letter using "Merry Julia Rathff Mrs. Bryan Misses Jennine Wetherington, Val .
Christmas and Happy New Year" at the Jasper Woman's Club 10 a. Mrs. Lois Curry did this early Monday j[[Jasper High two years ago is now dosta Sallay Bagwell Gainesville Dec. Wesleyan Service Guild nounced 31-Special later.Otto. Event. to be an-

dated Xber 23, 1699. m. 8 p.m. morning. The Florida Power 1 1;I'I principal o fa school in Georgia. Ga. Susan Sutcliff Miami, Betty Christmas program. Mrs. Fos'

John Colcott Horseley designedthe There will be handmade gifts on I Corp. (Mr. Watson )has agreedto spent Thanksgiving the guest of Harrison Sister Canty both of Madison Shepherd, hostess; Mrs. Lucille .
first Christmas card. It was display-perhaps some to sell. I ILpls light the tree. 'Mrs. J. A. Stephens Wednesday Melody Watts Homerville, Leslie program director. i
printed in lithography and hand- Cuny".President of Womans j';-As'you leave town driving north'i ':evening* hemnade a'little .visit tor I Seri Carter,"Fargo Ben'WetherI Dec: iGuMingStar Sub-District' .- acty. &a7r -
Club fias received her 3rd order of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Norwood. Methodist Youth Fellowship!
colored by a professional "Co1ourer'named nthe afternoon the westernsun ington Valdosta, Bob Miller, Jacksonville LOCAL, eroftg
fruits cakes and they are almost Christmas Program at Live Oak
Mason. It was published by furnishes beautiful lighting. I David Blackwell, White
gone noW She,'will order again if :Mrs. Lawrence Miller and 5'
John Cundell in 1843 with 1,000 cop- ; w. 'I \Springs Jerry Former, Lake City. food. son of :Mr. and Mrs. William E.Krltlaw .
receives
she of'
: enough and .
ies requests. Mr. Mrs. T. Clardy !months old"Greg" arrived Saturday a.
at one shilling each. .
.* President Billy Hill reported on of Sparks.
Tampa spent Thanksgiving with]' for a two weeks-visit with the 1
LUNClIEOSFOR: 'MISS
The idea soon became popular The December meeting of the CARTER the Mrs. Paul Wisenbaker accompanied -
Mrs. E. J:Griner. The State Convention at Panama sang
cousin
their i i parents Mr; and Mrs. Gene Wililiams. .
Color printing then a novelty ;to Woman's Club is even now this family had the dinner on Thursday{1!,i She will be joined then by Miss\ Joanne Carter bride elect City. I by Mrs. Glenn Hemdon.

day is common place. Cards now week December 6.at 3:30. Fran- at the Cabin at Suwanne Springs, 1 I.husband and they*will go to Orjlando u' was honored at a luncheon November Rance Andrews in charge of the Mrs. Rodney Bennett of Valdostawas
have become an expedient-a habit cis Vinson is chairman of the International -, .. .. .11"\" j( for Christmas*; 29 at the home of Mrs. J. C. program talked about tobacco de- her sisters matron of honor.

for people who think; they havent Relations ,Co. ;It is I, Mrs. Henreitta Craig of New Jersey -, ',-; ,.'',Camp., 1 9 senses tobacco fields and illus-t Bridesmaids were Mist Eloise Wilkinson -
time to send a more personal greet: hoped that:our friend of' .other nations has arrived for -a visit ofc-se I Give youfself a Hag for' Christ. : Joining Mrs. Camp in this com trated his talk with slides. I ., sister of the bride and
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will be'guest. :\ *eral weeks with her mother Mrs. mas. pliment to Miss Carter were t Misses Ginger and Iris Wilkinson

ing.Every one must have had the Francis Bradley/.willbring the Lida Marsh. Mrs. Marsh tells me . I Mesdames Billy Hill Tom Bridges Mrs Hannah Bland is in St. cousins of the bride.

experience at Christmas of receiving Christmas story.. Nell Rhoden's it is the first time she has seen her j Mrs. Charles J. Ryan has received Charles Levin. Kenneth Chandler i{Vincents hospital for surgery and I Robbie Simpson was flower girl
a box of home made cookies or little muscians will sing. These and daughter in seventeen years. ,> the announcement o fthe mar- Gene Adicks Harry T. Reid Leon j the report comes that she is doing ,Jim Bennett was ring bearer. After

candy a jar of preserves ;heart- other interesting features are sche riage of her grandson Patrick Bow I Sandlin. I{[I well. I the reception Mr. and Mrs. Kretlaw
warming proof that someone was duled. I I Noy the lovely. holly in central yer of California. A color scheme of white with 1 I! ,. !left for their wedding trip to moun-

t thinking of him long before the final It is Open House and it is hoped; park needs Christmas lights. I| Miss Marjorie Ann Tompkin, yellow was chosen. The brides I I The little children of Mr and Mrs tains of North Carina after which .

hectic scramble or suitable or there will be many visitors. The j i 1 critic ''daughter of Mr .an;:: Mrs. Sidney table in the dining room was cent-,Billy Jones have named their dog I they wil Imake theeir home in K
The Movie for the New ered by a silver bowl holding yellow for a favorite T. V.Wishbone sparks.
not so .suitable gifts. new draperies have been hung and Tompkin of Los Angles and Mr.
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York Herald was interviewed on and white 'I Jones..
mums white down the
are quite lovely.We I ('Patrick Ryan Bowyer son of Mr. t
Channel 10. Thursday morning- "TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD ....
"Christmas should be a season of understand there are five land I Mrs. E. J, Bowyer of Moore center on either side were tiny f 1
joy and relaxation all the said the movie theatre was the only white wedding bells tied with nar- Mrs Delores Walker, Waunelle COMES HOME TO TENNESEE"One
neces- new members who will be introduce Haven Florida were married in Los
place one can go to be aloneonemay ribbons. Walker, and Donna Williams and of the finest Thanksgiving
sary chores finished and out of,the to the club. Angles Oct26. 1963 row yellow Here were sea- I pro-
j|' weep or laugh-alone withone's ,, ted Mrs Carlton Carter Miss Jo- Dianne Sullivan spent Thanks- grams came over the radio last
| Mr. is Electronics En-
P. S. It is time to club dues Bowyer
way.Ready made cards are easy to Mrs. R. D .Vickery pay is !. thoughts. i j| with Western Electric. / Susan Sutcliff Miss Sally Bagwell giving in Atlanta with Mr and Mrs\. Sunday evening WSB Atlanta station -
buy and to throw Treasurer.1 anne Carter (honor guest) Miss H. D. Parr. when Ernie Ford had come to
easy away. Several donations Rev. Mr. Hurt Diffenwierth was The young couple wil come in
You reckon up your card list witha ceived by the club-on the new on the Sunday School forum Satur-I''l I Janurary for a visit with his fami-I Miss Cindy Chandler, Miss Ellen Excerpts from Valdosta Timesof visit his kin and in his home town
few extras for These are appreciated.I ly. Camp Miss Mary Katherine landler in Tennessee. Ernie Ford of course
"forgets'write draperies. |day morning the Wilkinson Kretchon Wed-
I| I Miss. Susan
Levin. being an actor resides in California. -
and send them
your name out. ding of interest to Hamilton County
I I Dr.. reminded that i'! Jn the living room the other Ernie the sole and
And yet a 'very ordinary Christmas HUNTING PARTY Kissling us iA SUPPER FOR people is the marriage of Miss sang part
card can cring tears to my Leonard Register Jr .and his assis we are rich in proportion to what'!i JOANNE CARTER I guests were seated at small tables Betty Carolyn. Wilkinson and Tho- when.kin joined in it sounded we

eyes when an excange gifts fails. tant Coach Joe Hull of we are able to do without. |i Thanksgiving day in_the evening; with white covers and centered think like a Jasper congregation
with the tiny wedding bell with I I Xmas l:: Edgar Kretlavy in the Imman- "onkey cff key" but it was great.
Even so there have been gifts that City Walter Ingram of Panama'i r I[Mr .and Mrs. Billy HOI, Mr. and I uel Churcb of Valdosta.
made me feel 0 so humble. Florida Robert Earl I t Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rhoden and i Mrs. Gene Adicks ;Mr .and Mrs. yellow ribbons Baptist ; ,The son was "Sweet Hour of
bride is'Sbe
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r Jacksonville and James Rutledge sonDaryl of Green Cove came over Jack Sandlin, Mr .and! Mrs. Tom-.1.1 The guests were -Misses Bever 1 daughter Mrs. like a happy fellow back among
Cortez Wilkinson and the late
Discipline is good self discipline -,also of Panama City were hunting I Sunday morning for the funeral of,Bridges were hosts to 35 young ly Jones, Garnet Hickman, Mary O.
i Mr. Wilkinson. The is the :
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is excellent.On .- guests of Leonard Register Sr. dur-I Mr. H. C. Rhoden an dalso to greet i I people at the home of the Hills,|Ann Courtoy Janeace Griner Linda

occassion I have done this- ing the Thanksgiving nolidays; All the niece Irpogene Miller on her,honoring :Miss Joanne Carter whose. Clardy Linda Barker, Mrs. Wal- ,
O ,one thing to see if I could j,1 camped in the woods and report a'arrival for a hdliday visit : marriage to Mr. William Bagwell jjdo Kennedy (Rickey), Mrs. Benjy
like not talking about someone or;wonderful time. Several deer and I i will be an event of iati December. j Kennedy (Sally), Sally Camp Mor- d tJI2CH eiJ ll lII r
changing the weather. I' J I. Secrest Lawson etz. _
two wild turkeys were killed., Four] (Edith It was an informal barbeque> sup ,
Pretending is good here-pre-,of the young men were old (Jas-: Secrist is a patient at Baptist|perthe young crowd wearing The luncheon menu was chicken
tending to like the sharp clear cold. !per boys which made the occassion''{,Memorial in Jacksonville for sur-t slacks, slim jims as they chose. loaf with mushroom sauce congealed 4M
:I really liked the blustery wind of .a plus gery. I The buffet table decorations was salad broccoli pumpkin, pie If you feel like you want quality
Thursday-after the rain even if I.the' i 1 While living in Jasper she was !of Harvest time a large cornucopiaover with whipped cream, coffee. .pi-
leaves have to be raked all A note came today from Dorisi in: a car accident that put her on i' flowing with colorful fruits Miss Carter was given a meat electrical work at reasonable

platter and vegetable dish from her prices then call us today. lr I

TNOW YOU CAN SAVE chosen china.,. ., r !(
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WITH .. ;: Carter Friday-afternoon November .
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FORD'S BI6GES"LESYEAR '
{'g l 29 with Mrs.a bridal Ernest shower Chandler.at the There homeof ,, d ONLY $50 i'


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.1"r M. S. Mrs. Carlton Carter, Miss M..s.try min.

>*'; :, /' Joanne Carter and Mrs. W .L. BEFORE YOU BUY!
v Carter.
: ;. Falcon Buys\.t! The other ladies were floor hos-
V > tesees seeing in many ways to the
t -. I pleasure of the guests. The many

Or gifts were displayed in adjacent
-, .. I rooms. BU/LD RS'+ fL CTR CAL PLVMBMG-SUPPLIES'

.... .. Let us show today how 1
you you can enjoy The tea table was overlaid with
I white linen cloth with turquoise

..' a new driving thrill with the '64 Falcon .. j applique. This was centered by a
I Myrtle White arrangement of

America's totally new compact car, still with ,' -. .: 'ir' .!,: ::: ;_ "mums, white and turquoise with A.V -I'' _' :4'r4'4"I.Ar .... -.7-

: ... I silver hearts and silver leaves all
.....*. .:. Falcon, famous economy ;$ : **";..:: : u 1 jin i a crescent arrangement which KINGSBERRYHOMES

It' t\:. :.':"s-i t followed the lines of the overhanging -
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rangement.

s... Pouring coffee during the reception -
-. w.3 hours were two aunts of the
'1- Jacksonville and Mrs: Paul Hill-

I house of White Springs. Young -OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-
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: : ,; .. -p bride elect Mrs. Don Nichols of
... Genie Carter and Sue Hillhouse
., assisted. Home Ownership Is Very Simple

There were plates of chicken sandwiches
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.1 f. .... -. petits fors nuts and fruit When Handled by Experienced

.1 t cake. Mitt Linda Clardy kept the People!
..1.t Miss Linda Chard kept the guest

guest book.
k K Miss Carter will be married to TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.
.t,1 Mr. William Bakwell December 28

at First Baptist Church
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Here's a big reason for Ford's':Big Year** .
7' Myrtles Flower shop will hold
.:. ;OJ o the 1964 Falcon Futura Hardtop. Open House Saturday December 7 ;":3-bedroom 1 or 1% bath:
Ss: :, Smart and sassy, i it's an ,new. See:.for ".: _. ..,
4 ...'-'r4 : from 10 am. to 6 p.m. This is an :
Test-drive today -
yourself.
one BRICK HOMEON '
.- ,- annual affair.Christmas ,
gifts and arrange
I ments will be featured. Coffee and YOUR LOT '

fruit cake will be served thru the
ALL-NEW 64 FALCON ,|day. V.A. No Down Payment

I -RH.A.Minimum Down
-Smart new styling) New comfort and convenience_Plush I Mrs. Norah Page went to Jacksonville ,

-: .Falcon Squire for 1964-one of 7 roomy Faieon wagons. new ride -Twice-a Year(or 6,000 mile) Maintenance Self- {, Friday after Thanksgiving (Small Closing Cost)
'joining her sister Mrs Dorothy e Other Type Financing Available
adjusting brakes Famous gas-saving economy Full fine
Young and the two sisters went to
including sedans hardtops, convertibles, wagons: Choice Sanford to spend the weekend with Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramorehave

of engines from standard Six to 164-hp V-8_Optional power their brother, Mr. James Herndon.

; steering 3-speed, 4-speed manual or Fordomatic Drive Cane-grinding. is. .in vogue this over 20 years combined experience in the construction -

week. It is Hamilton County tradition and financing of homes.
FAMOUS' LOW LGWPRICE! and should be cherished and
Falcon Convertible for 1964-one of 3 new Falcon top-downers. continued.Bob TOWNSEND HOMES CORP. "


W1fM-BUYS IN FAIRLANES SUPER TORQUE FORDS TOO and Teropie t Drescher and
!!. the boys spent Thanksgiving in St. Builders of Kingsberry Homes
Petersburg with the mother Mrs. "
4 .r : 'P. o. Boz 366 JASPER
I Elinor Drescher and Bob's sisters I
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and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs : ARLIE
Lewis I TOWNSEND. Owner
Motor Co Bookie Roy. 4
ea 4j j j GENE PARAMORE Sales ManagerCall

I{ The Farm Bureau met in'.Jenn- t EDDIE McGHIN 792-6631
JASPER FLORIDA lags Monday night Dec. 2. There :

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I.j I". .: ".You and-Yonr;School] .: : 1!hindrthe that Jessiags. :public be address permitted box tQ per.and I With YourDemonstration, .me'1 tions.!' .Red and green .bows, bowlsffull. ,-j :CoferedrNews-- -1 j Mr Thanksgiving. & Mri ]Ira Johnson tnem. Shetwas spent

I I ate a stand on the visitor'ss1cte'Of4] of Christmas balls or artificial
i by M L PowellWe I the field if they so desired. This,)[ .snow'kkimexpected places can.convey -, 1\ii's. Alphenia Thompson J accompanied here by her friend1.**'1l
and Circulation
,was a one year contract. It was. Agent !I the Christmas spirit. Even"a manager of the Adelaide C. Campbell. They report ,
feel that the Jasper High The reason that we- did not play l I accepted by Jennings and evidently : lone candle with greenery placed, .Land Sun Newspaper ,the niece report having had a very nice time
School has just completed one of in the conference championship I'i thought so well of it that they wrote by Wytraa B. Mite i[low around! its base gives a holi- lie --
its most successful seasons in game stems from the fact that we these words on the fact of the contract day touch to an otherwise undecorated -
Beyears.. The win-less may 'did not play Jennings during the: signed it and sent it backto i corner. A manger scene a '?%
not look so impressive with four regular season this year. The conference us. "This is to be a continuing i ij Madonna and Child a star shepherd :- E HAVE
wins and five losses but we won an does have a ruling that contract." We accepted this comment j[ or Wisemen can be used in .
our conference games and lost all every' team in the northern part of I as a part of the contract and attractive scenes if other decorations ALL SIZES :'
our non conference games to rather the conference must play every expected to abide by it. iI in the rocm are kept simple.

strong teams. It was generally understood -other team in the northern division I Here another matter might be Decorationg can be a family pro OF
f that as'and that every team in the southern injected into the story. When we I ject. The family will enjoy the
f '*I champions of the division must play every other ,came to Jasper, Jennings was not a !Christmas decorations more if they
l .t' i jJ. northern division other team in the northern division i member of the Suwannee Confer- I'''have helped plan and place them.'
sip winner of the order to be eligible to play for the J ence. They were asking to be admitted a% 'If there are small children in your s: FILMSAlso
Suwa nee conference -' member that We "'
9 conference championship. However as a year. 'family the decorations should ap-
; % that we endorsed and recommend I I -
,, there was an exception made t personally peal to their interest. -
.;were to play to this rule in the southern division : that Jennings become a mem SIMPLICITY ADDS jBEAUTY TO. Many Christmas decorations
[Red die k, the this year. Now the reason that we J I ber at that time. The conference CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS: I{burn easily. So be especially careful Polaroid
southern division ,did not: play Jennings this year !s1'.voted not to accept them at that You soon will be decorating, your. about fire during; Ouistmast -
., (winner for the somewhat long and detailed in time. A year later Jennings was home for Christmas-along with!time.t Keep lighted candles away't :- FLASH BULBS: ENLARGING
mJconference
im. cham-;,'which several factors are involvedFor I',asking for membership again and finishing many other project that from clothing curtains and greenjery. -
asked pionship.us Several,what football'fans have ; a number of years Jasper and! ,again we personally endorsed and are part of getting ready for the ; Leave the cut base of .the I 24-hour Developing
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why*"Jennings did nof!: play football but ,recommended that Jennings be- holidays. Have "Christmas in i Christmas tree in water overnight .
\ terence we were not playing for the con- .just prior to our coming to Jasper,come a member. The conference at every corner," but don't over-dec- before putting up the tree and then FILM SPECIAL
they are championship. We feel that 'the two schools had resumed play- !'this time voted for Jennings along orate. I keep it watered throughout the boll

and do perfectly not mind entitled to attempt to know to'ing each other on a 60( 4to%' basis i j I';with Greenville, to become members Let simplicity oe the keynot. days. Take the tree down before it: sizes 127 or 620'rolls
give just as a accurate-and detailed 'with Jasper getting''60% and Jennings -, beginning with the 1963 football Simple original decorations will|becomes very dry. Tree lights 69c
account, the 40% of the gate receipts of t season. With Jennings and bring the thought of Christmas{should not be left.m for long periods roll .
matter as we possi- 35c
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bly can. However this is a rather j the game after paying the officials J I while avoiding the clutter that often of time. : -
This the 'Trenton as a new team in the south results from decora-
long and detailed matter in which for calling the game. was j' too elaborate MAKE YOUR OWN HOLIDAY
; made for confer
item of the i provisions were a i TABLECLOTH
you must understand all the facts I only expense' game ---- 1
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in order to understand any of the*since the County pays ence game I Christmas tablecloth can turn I ;
facts. We would certainly like to light bill for both schools when they I j,conference schedule. The new conference Butler were trying to do by manip- any meal during the holiday into s l:; _
preclude any remarks that we I have a game. After our initial year : schedule called for the Jasper ulation what their boys had failedto 1 festive occasion. You can buj > _
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might have to say on this matter here Jennings submitted a contract.to tablescloths in red and greens with I ------
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by saying that nothing that we may I us calling for Jennings to bej j first game of the season rather proposal was made uy one ,(Christmas designs but it's fun t have to say will in any way whatsoever .considered the host team to get j I'' than the last which had been member of the conference who sug- make your own. The Complexity of Today's
and to the practice in previous j ears. At gested that since Jennings and You can turn and old sheet into,
be intended to reflect upon 60% of the gate receipts i! ; 'I 2
first the Jennings coach agreedto Jasper had failed to abide by con- :'
the honor'and integrity of the Prin- operate the concession stand. We a special holiday tablecloth by dyeing
did not think that this was a good|' the early playing date but senta ference regulations' by not playing j it red or green. You might CarsDEMANDS'
cipal of the Jennings High School. date but each other school be J
contract for a different that each :: rG'
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date
different with additional
contract for a charged an game
and prepared a contract stipulating a |used in girls formals. This gives
very high esteem and admiration.We .
loss. This would
that the gate receipts'be I November 22. The contract sub- give Jennings a i the cloth a frosted look. Or you can \ -
do feel that he times (
may, at EXPERT CARE
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lean a little too heavily and places |divided 50 50%, that Jasper be'mitted by Jennings to Jasper for standing Jasper j cover a white linen tablecloth with: fOKD >WDR".n,..
and Lake Butler 4-1
standing.
j the 19 3 carried the following stip- a
too much authority: and responsibiity considered the host school the sea- had (red net to give a festive look.
But since defeated Lake
in tickets from both schools be ulations :This was to be considered Jasper i Christmas cloths can also be SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION:
the hands of his coach. How son Butler this throw in I
would Jasper
ever, that is his affair and not our honored at the gates, that Jasper I Jennings Home Game, they were conference made from red green or white In-'I We those
We impor-
championship
to criticise. operate theAconcession stand be- to get all the proceeds ,they were game Idian head. If you can't buy material give
I to the concession stands with Reddick. This was a just and services with smile.
--- a i ii ii operate in a suitable width for the table, tant extra a
: and were not to honor any Jasper equitable proposal but Lake Butler sew two widths together. Cover the When you drive in here for gas,
i !season passes. They did not specify and enough additional teams in the
NOTICE, OF ELECTION that Jennings was to occupy conference didn't think enough of I seam um-wide by stiching ric-rac and on a add row a of row metii o; 'we, always check your oil, tires, ,L2i I

!the stands normally used by Jasper Jasper to let this proposal stand.I baby ric-rac on each side of thE water,}Jevel and clean your windshield : '
i. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the 'i but we inferred'that,- that was. COnsequenty ,no Suwannee championship medium row. You can use white

General Election at which will be ejected\ a Mayor for ,the intent. We promptly returned game,'was placed: ,by virtue -. on red of green cloth, or red. 01
this contract unsigned! saying that .of being the 'UndispUted winner CAR WASH only $2.00
the period of 4 years and 2 councilmen for the period 1 we could:not accept or'play under I Ir of,the southern division; Reddick'wasVoted green ric-rac on white cloth.

)f 4 years each will be held on the First TuesdayinMarch r tl_ arrangements s, but that. we I the"1963 Suwannnee= Conference "| Napkins should coordinate, wit \ Jerry Smith's
champions -' av rather holf the clotlC, Plain, colored: napkin! ,
would be glad, play/on: acceptable '
1964, which is the 3rd day of the month.ancj: ; any lean be vilth K '
i 'date under:the1 same provisions 1 JowJ empty and"meaningless titledThis 4 J used4 a printed! *cloti GULF STATION
i that candidates for these off icies are required to file of the pervious year. These i is the story of the 1963 Suwan- or with one solid cloor. TOe'pattep;

petition ,for nomination signed by \10 qualified electors are the facts behind our refusal to neee Conference championshipgame and color of your china and glassware I Jasper Telephone 792-3781
which puts a rather bitter can help you decide what fuse t
play of football with Jennings
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two Candidates are, nominated lor any.office then a play Jennings had 'a conference ., ,
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primary election will be Held} orrlhe. 'firsrTuesday in standing, of 3-1, Lake Butler a stand. t::! : :

February, which is the 4th day of February* 196f:$ .i t1ng.ot'4.1anaa tancn g: ot,4b;,;"Lake i aTcoifgre Hitler con-ce. '

This 27th day of November 1963 .' tendet'thatsinceJaspers; : and''Jen- .
By order of the City, 'Council. nings did not play during; the sea- ..... 1>. ,' "'::. i< :. ,.'

Lillian L. Bembry, City Clerk son that they should be declaredthe .. ". t
northern winners and be per- .,.. .'..' ,
!mitted to play in the championship .

;:game., Incidently. Jasper was .. ..... ,'{: ....
{|thfe"onlyt.torthern-conference team
to defeat Lake Sutler. It seemed to
be that the school officials of Lake

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HosPiTAEiEv _-.. ". Lr t't' .:.., .... -. hris '! Bennett. Eiilarges ''nURNIQII s:t[Thanksgivingwth.their parents and Mr. and -M 'S. George Young Sr.
: ;grandparents'Mr .and .r.rs'wJns-: : ha dsome of their children home
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The Youth Cass of .the Jasper Meat Business By: LOTS 4 ZIPPERER I II ton \ViI11amsr :-- :, ;: ,with them during the holidays.

Church of God Sunday School with :I feel compelled to write an artdle I Dr. and Mrs. Richard They were: S/m Sgt. and Mrs.
1 'on the subject of "Christmas" each I Cwming"-j r Mr. .and Mrs. .Burnham 'Aubra Young and children ot CocoaBeach
{their sponsor, Mrs. Clinton Zipper Maurice G. Bennett, local farmer ham and children of Levoy
when I hear
especially every- I I
I 'year and Mr. and childrenof Homestead spent ;and Mr. and Mrs} Hal.
and Mrs. Harion
er, enjoyed a hamburger fry Wednesday and of meat / Lambert >
a
this operator
one talking about. day as a.religious and several days last week with their and daughter of Albany, Ga.
I procas-I I son of Deland spent Thanks- Young
The and business
miles
nWrt. attendance was day bosorfeg the Christ ing three } -
parents and grandparents Mr. and
\good. After eating, the group en-!his birth. I would like it,understood Jasper .is expanding his meat bus- ,'giving parents]] with Mr.their and parents Mrs. Ralph and grand CunIningham. Mrs. J. S.'&irnham. I Mr. and Mrs. Isaao Shiver hadseveral :
honor Christ is: ,mess[ to include an inside slaugfr- .
just here that to a
; PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL, NOW joyed gamed until everyone was ( of their children with them
wonderful thought on the behalf of i ter bouse, smoke room and other i Mr. and Mrs. J. C Lee and children -
I
Jane LongRaymond for Thanksgiving and the weekend
ready.to.count it finished day. I ,facilities. I -
and and that He is j were from Jacksonville
up
any everyone
I Peck Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Dews had I : They were: Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Kate Henderson i to be honored every day of every Mr. Bennett states that practical*several of their children home with visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lindauer and children of
;; : those who love Him and ty all of his business is from local Leonard McCuDey last week.
year by ; ( Valdosta Edward
Lucille Brown Mrs. Brand
{ Musgrove. Thomas Cato (col), Mrs. them during the holidays. They ; andchildren
look: to Him for salvation throughHis people, and' the local stores. Her I
I! Lanier Hyers Louise Wynn. Mrs. Lurlean Ed-' were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Martin Mr. and Mrs. Hollis :McCulIey,: of and Mrs. Leon Starlingand
name, but to set aside a special said he now employs two full time j I
Fred J. McDonald" wards, Mrs. Mary Hughes, Jo Ella and children of Tallahassee; Mr. Tallahassee spent the weekend children of Jacksonville ;Mr.
** day & ca111s the birthday of Christ employees, but he hopes within
I Jessie Mae Burgess (coL) .. ,and Mrs. Phillip Malone and children with their and Mrs. Kenneth Shiver and children
Phillips, Marie Ware (coL), Mag- or Christmas is what wish to call the near-future he can hire a full parents Mr. and Mrs.
Gloria Barrett (coL) tf daline Scott (coL), Mrs. Edith O'- I into question. time meatcutter to assist him. of Pensacola: Mr. and Mrs., Franklin Gaston. of palatka ;and Mr. and Mrs

Alberta McCain (col.) Cain, Mrs. ,Kalysta Belle Wimrner,j Charlie Scriver and children of Edwin Shiver and children of Bos-
Agnes Mitchell (coL) Max Hartley. Mrs. Loretta Sulivan,'!I I can read of the birth of Christ A local contractor is doing the Minneapolis Minnesota. Mr. and Also spending some time with ton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. George Hud-

Mattie Mae Spencer (coL) Mrs. Loye Neeley, Tobe' Butler and am GO thankful for the fact work, and should complete construction Mrs. Wally Brown of Mississippi; Mr. and Mrs. Gaston over the son and children of Lake City and

PATIENTS DISCHARGED (col.), Mrs. Dorothy Daniels. Airs.1(!that God did send his only begottenson I within two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal McMuDen weekend were Mrs. Gaston's sister !Mr. Isaac Shiver Jr. of Ferandina.Mr. .
I Mr. Bennett stated "These im
into the world to live a life of: and .
children
SINCE LAST WEEK: Carolyn Ogburn, Mrs. Shelby Jean of Valdosta and Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Lankford i. .
Mildred Rogers col.), William iJMengerson.: James Brady. perfection thereby setting the pro- provements will enable me to give" and Mrs. Quinteen Deas and children Webb and children of Jacksonville.I. and Mrs. Wallace: Dens and
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per perfect example for an men of the people much faster service. of Jennings.Mr. . j j,daughter visited Mr. and Mrs..'

raD time to follow. But as we read i. *. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Selph 1|l[George Young ST. Saturday night.

'and study the inspired word of God and Mrs. Edward Alderman and children of Jacksonville and)|I .

In rIIt !there is no trace of evidence that B llX of Tampa spent some time last Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mathis and;. Mrs. Ruth Keeling spent Sunday
dt !
the birthday of Christ was ever a @L week with their parents Mr. and children of Gainesville spent j in Jacksonville. She had dinner-

hi special religious day set aside to I RSlJJIJ !Mrs. Gordon Alderman. Thanksgiving with their parents:wit her sister and family Mr. and.

i be observed by His followers in and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs. J. J. Zipperer Jr. She also-

GtWgOU fact to the contrary we find that ? --- -- Ql Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and Bert Zipperer .;Mr. and Mrs. Melvin went to see her sister-in-law. Mrs..

his death is that which the apostlesand "(..tt"4011 from page 2)Prayer" children and sister Miss Marie Williams -I Selph ;and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. :Mance Hammock who is confined:
early Christians saw fit thru
of Jacksonville had dinner Mathis. to a Jacksonville hospital.
Cha.'nce inspiration to observe as a special and
Ernie's
i voice soundedhis --
4 i day bY' a special memorial feast own-he is a favorite anyways .
called the "Lord's Supper" a :memorial -. .
and he
long may sing. ,
feast (Spiritual feast) which .
NOvV \[Christ himself instituted while on Mrs. Tempi Drescher Mrs. MaryA. Wonderful \I When you
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this earth. Matt. 26:26-28.
Grace, Mrs. Grace Brewer, '
i[1L23-29. Then in Acts 20:7 we learn Mrs. Mattie Fouraker Mrs. Jane things switch to

I[that this feast was observed on McDaniel, Mrs. Joe doe will be I

;,the first day of each week ,and hostess at an Open House for' the Contact Lenses!

highlighted, or the central themecf Harold Betheas at their new homeat happen .
VYV wV I: the days worship service through Lake Lake surburb Sunday 1
Quist. Everything which is of importance 1I
afternon 3:30 to 5:00.: r I .
] for us to perform to v

BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHITRCH OF CHRIST please! God today has been written We were sorry to hear of the a. I w

BAPTIS CHURCH Between Jasper and Jenningson 1 through the pen of inspiration and ,accident of little Freddie Mahafffeyon :
Pastor Rev. Henley highway 41 '':no doubt left as to when and what Thanksgiving day. :
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Sunday School ._.. 10:00McrLin : I.\.m.\ (God would have us to observe. I ; r5
Sunday Mom. .
Bible :
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Service 11'b0 Study j j he was trying to play
am. I Ih
observance of this memorial -
the
Training Union .........?...,...,.> 6:30 Worship Service ...:.... 11 to 12 By the Lord's "mechanic" on the garden plow as I II
Evening Worship>> _h. 7:30 Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 : feast we do show Cor. he had seen daddy do, and openedthe
'death 1
Midw cek.Ptayer Service every Wed, Evening Bible Study .. 8:00'I' until he comes again. carburetor and drank some r k s I IPa.
11:26. Some have even forsaken
Wednuday 7:30 p.m. Phone WE8-2091 gasoline. He was in the hospital .
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JASPER FIRST METHODIST"The Christ the most important of1 J --....
FIRST n- of danger but doing well. .. ""' -f
BAPTIST CHURCH lout "
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Friendly Church"N. commands of the Bible. I .
E. BOOTH, Pastor Sayer Cani ..a, Pastor. I I We must remember that the *

ORDER OF F-SRVICE Sunday School at..,-.......... 9:45 Bible is cur only guide from earthto I Mrs. Uda Harbuck spent Thanks

Sunday School ._ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. heaven and that it is 'perfeCt giving holidays with her son and

Horning,Worship ... 11:00 a.m. Training Union ......... 6:45: p.m. this desired destiny.family, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bryanof
Everyone Invtted Evening.Worship ,............. 8:00 to accomplish' Gainesville. -
s Prayer Services Wednesday for all who will be content to follow i .- ss ;' "- f = .
EVENING SERVICES: Acts 20:32.11 Tim..
it's instructions. i I
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Junior Fellowship ...... 6:00 p.m.Jr. at 7:30 p.m. 3:16-17 Jas 1:25. 1 Tim 4:16 and; Mrs. Adina Simpson and grand- .

,High Fellowship .. 6:00p.m. I:many others attest to the complet-I'Daughter Toni Holley spent Thanks I IYy

Youth Fellowship .._ 6:00 pan. JASPER CHURCH OF GOD I ness of the scriptures.We giving with her daughter and fam- t".

Worship: Service 7:0,0 p.m. Irving W- Hughes Pastor either believe this fact, or'ily Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wiel at t .'

YoUth Soelal Hoar 8:00 p.m. i Sunday School ___ 10:00 a.nv disbelieve it and there is no hope I jHInesville, Ga. 01... ";.
Wednesday Hour of Power 7 O5 p.m Moraine Worship ....rT-. 11:00 a.m. '' I| Another daughter and family, Mr
disbeHeve
Evening Worship x.- 7:00 pja. o fsalvation for, those who and Mrs. Paul Garris from Tampa. rlECmOH. CONTACT tDTCB 1 t
BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST 'TUESDAY i the Bible. John writes in this were also there. Today,over 6,000,000peop1ewear i j "

Bible 'Study at.1ft .aim: each Sun. Prayer Meeting 7:30 |'i inspired book these words. which I]I I a *75.OO
,should awaken every God tearing Mr. and Mrs. contact leruw! Puring the .j.
Church Service 1 t m.nu 7 pn+ FRIDAYS Lonnie Smith Mrs. past ;

4 Sundays' each" Month 1 Y. P. :E. .. .......... ... '::30 p.m.j{individual to consider' what.. theyare John Goolsby Mr. and Mrs. Edgar few -contact .lenses have I Thai--vt...M Mdt flMT..contact.J'OI' ..ham.,P'I-MfeS15 ....

PBYE 6:00 iun: each S a I practicing in religion. Whoever Bembry and, Mr. and Mrs. Bill years, {I %|179 K 1200. ',r. .

Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH transgresth and abidftth'nottinthe ; '. Smith attended the funeral of their been that almost I CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS ..it:
WHITE SPRINGS, 1:i doctrine of Christ: Hath notiGctf. Cousin :Mr. Elmo Futch in Douglas so improved .. j AVAILABLE AT KO EXTRA/ COST ;

JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Rev. William Van Zant HI I I ." Next the apostle Paul writesin I Ga. Wednesday before Thanksgiving them. Throw I| -
CHURCH SERVICE Evening Service. 7j0 I anyone,can wear '
.- f m. Com*. 3:17. "And Whatsoever f
7be Rev William W. Van Zant III I ... l .. .:
lye do iii.word in-deed do all in : old fashioned "":'
lasses
s1 day School ,.-9:45 a. su >.7 BUHNHAM.CHRISTIAN** ..;'v' 1 Ithename'of tlie LbrtK'Jesus giving- bE1 JS. LD'S4BURNETrE4 _away' or1'P: ., :
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Service* _. .-11:00 CHURCH [I thanks to God the Father by him'. SERVING ABOARD DESTROYER: evert.Vfctt our officrfforti el .'.-:.:

-JASPER -ADVENT Paul H. Stewart, Pastor .By the authority of Jesus simply Gerald S. Burnette radioman "f .f .

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 I meansthat we must have book seaman USN', son of Mr. and Mrs. demol'tstration.'Tltere is no bblij j f5 .>r
Church Service Second and Fourth I and for all which .
chapter Verse
I we A. F. Burnette of '
Travis Carter Jennings, is serving
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Sunday School ............ 10 a.m. Sundays .................. 11.00,'do in religion (IN)) the name of aboard the radar picket des ga Ion and your satisfaction is o"rcn AU OYfR 6i0RtZAD

Horning Service ........ 11:00 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and !.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30: Can anyone show their authorityto Rush recently completed a five- j 112 N.PATTERSON t.,

'Wednesday night: I observe December 25th as the I month tour. o fduty with the Sixth rttom 34isaMH '

Cndr Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST birth of Christ. The answer.is not! ,Fleet in the Mediterranean. ALUirri' its KOM (Olot* MTi) Rt. .....

Prayer Service ...... 8:00 pjn.. "Enter Rest _Pray"Pastor One must go to other sources than I While the Mediterranean the ship

DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH- : Charles W. Rogers Sr. the Bible to find where Christmas Cyprus, San Ramo, Naples and liytAIWMM>ll originated, and the source of it's
Messina Italy Cannesand
Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. Toulon
Rev. Truitt Comer
lies with
beginning those whom the
Junday School __ 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. France; Palma de Maporca, Spain
so called Protestants claim to protest and SHOP FROM
Worship Services 2nd and 4th Beirut Lebanon. ...+=
preaching ......____.-----. 11 a.m. namely the apostate Catholic
Training Union .......... 6:30 p.m. Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m church denomination. The Encyclopedia Florida.Rush operates' out of Mayport

Preaching Service ...... 7:30 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Americana tells us," Vfl TJ YOUR CAR!
umnnEE LLEV AIR
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Wednesday night Prayer N. M. Rowell, pastor The name is derived from the medieval MARVIN J. RENNET AT

Meeting -- 7:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday at Christes Masse, the Mass of CARTWRIGirr AIR STATION Courteous SalesladiesTo
10:30 a.m. Christ." ;The Catholics had a spec Technical
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Sergeant Marvin J
CHURCH OF GOD
WEST LAKE Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. ial "Mass" (their comuion of thLord's e
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Training Union ____ 6:30 Bennett of Jennings, Florida has Serve You
___ 6:30 j ID- supper) for Christ and so arrived here for with Air -Q.jVE
Y.P.E. Sunday pjn. Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at duty an .. ; :
Prayer Meeting Thnrs. .. 7r30p.m .7:30 pjn.MISSIONARY they called it "Chnst-mass In time"ristmas" Defense Command unit.

this was shortened to Sergeant Bennett ,a radar technician We Produce and Process :
SPRINGS
WHITE BAPTIST The Americana further states:
came here from an assign-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH J nnin(., Florida "The celebration was not observed Milk direct from :
our
own
Rev C. E. (Bailey, Pastor ment at West Mesa Air Force Station _
Nathan Wooley, Pastor in the
first centuries of the
School _____ 10:00 Lm. N. M., .
Sunday Sunday School __ 10:00 FARM STORES our own farms
a.m. church since the Christian The
Horning Service 11:00 a-to. usagein sergeant, son of Mr. and Mrs
Training Union 7:00 pan. .I Preaching(Each Service Sunday Each)Sunday at general was to celebrate.the J. .J. Bennett of Jennings, attended

Evening Services 8:00 Fan. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. death of remarkable persons rather Jennings HiglTSchool. MILK A FULL DAY FRESHERFARM
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesdayat thanthat their birth. The Bible teaches His wife Alene is the daughter of

7:30 p.m. the death of Christ is the im Mr. and Mrs.' Clyde Tomlinson of
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH portant thing and not the birth. Weare dewiston, Florida.
FRESH FOR
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH taught to observe the three f ol- NATURAL FLAVOR

Sunday School 10:00 sum. W. D. Stewart, Pastor ,
(A class for every age group) Sunday School __ 10:00 a.m. I C
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. lowing memorials: (1) Baptism a

Youth Fellowship 6:00 pjn. rrainhxg Union .._..,..... 6 30 p.m. ::7Qr Pn; form of the death burial and resurrection -
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. of Christ Romans 612. at your Drive In

White Springs every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. ()11 iheI (2) The first day o fthe week ,a NEW ,

11:00 a.in. memorial to Christ's resurrection, ". 1
Swift Creek each Third Sundayat Dairy Store!
GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF > and (3) The Lord's Supper each II .
3:00 ""'
p.m. GOD first day of the week Acts 20:7. I
FIRST Rev. Earl Deas HeN aOSTITCHctt.wls This is in of I
METHODIST CHURCH memory the death of Grade A
Sunday School Homogenized as razeDisposable
STATENVILLE GEORGIA -,11J.J.J 10:00 a.nv Christ. Men have no right to:set up
Morning Worship _
11:00'a.m.
Allen Brooker. Pastor other memorials for people ,to ob-
Wednesday Night_ 7:30 ))om.
Sunday School 10:00 aum. Prayer Service stapler serve. Read Revelation 221819.
Worship Service 2nd and 4th Y. P. E. Galatians
''Sundays ,.....v,.__....... 11:00 a.m. Friday Night 7:30. I 1:8.9,1KennethE, ThomasEvangelist"'aak ,MILK
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each x In No
Sunday at JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD I. 'Grove Deposit
7:00
pan.
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at CHURCH; Church of Christ,.ph. 938-2091)

8:00 )).m. Sunday,School each: Sunday at Box 226 Jennings .Florida:: PLASTIC CARTON
HYP Social Hour Each Thursday 10:00 a. nq 4 7ci
J I Services Each Sunday morning NOW ONLY
i half
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF I
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and evening $ ---------
THE NAZARENE Old time Gospel Sins last Friday sksl8pler |IMaMCAP V H III Pianos Organs

Fall, Florida each month :........... 8 p.m. poet cSp QlI\"eni.+ HOUSE OF MUSIC SAVE ON ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS HEREMILK

Bert E. Wheeler .

Sunday School: ........ 10:00 AJJ. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Use k te turning COLONIAL -
sear lba 5, .ft ofaisff la-. !
Preaching Service .11:00 AJkL STATENVILLE, GEORGIA w..e9a

Evelng Service ........ 1:30 P.M. D/W..Kannon, Pastor Dos! ol other JaIo la NEW, USED AND GaL
uses borne
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:3* (Serveft"EacJ Sunday) ei6ee; -and school.e&t REMAXCTACTUREDPIANOS
Sunday School -....s:.... 10:00 a.m ? .x Jug90CHomo
CORINTH MISSIONARY Morning ee; attached pocket
Worship __ 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union _.._ 6:30 pjr.j. clip r'ea.GUrJ' 111: la g
; parse. J No Down Up to
Rev. Marcus Morrison;; pastor Prayer Service Wednesday at ; er WfGMe.. Payment.

"day School ( Stmday 7:30 1UD:. fold-out ftIH.eJJWe : .. 3 years to payCaUjCoBect
every at 7:00 .. staples oat wWIIIk. ,
pja. and our dis-
except fifth Sunday) .... 10 : --1. "
Preactteff Serrka each a.m. WHITE SPR1COHGREGATIONAt r. r .fcc.cIeIkeII; :. ptayi truck WIn bring it to Farm Fresh For
Scmdey & Ideal :fer. .. 'I.! C men;_ your front door. Natural Flavor In Glass
at 11 .... and
70 p.m. HOUNCSS i Ma.en..-aayeae es tH ..
'raysr Meeting each Wednesday S. School each Ssadaj..18ee ajn.Mrrice .Peea. aift. lOn. .1108 N. Patterson I.-

at 7: 0Uuloa pm.ThIe PnaeISc vwy 2ai3 tad.1 Valdosta Pb- 2oM-.a&c : -S'J'OIE! HOUttS: .:10.... to 7:00 P.m. 7 days per week '

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Friday. December 6. i 1963 ; ;-. rtl! A :Sf Ea NEWS1 A .E R 1. "- .
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1 MRS.HONORED.J. A. .SCAFF'ON SEVENTYFIFTH HOME CHRISTMAS.DEI I.;SALE,CLUB BY_ LegalAdvsIT } ,. Cotton- QuotaReferendum ', :: \ t Jre 1.Sptr t! s.t:

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a y \ "' THE" CTRCTTtT: COURT ) t. '' Y
OBITUARIES3IARY .. BIRTHDAY. : ... .:.. :The! ".Midway" Home- Demonstration '>- OP TUK> THIRD .I1Tn1e..-j : ,' .._o -.- -. : .Published. Every Friday'' ""
"Club '. IAL CIRCUIT L'i'"A.A-'iD ti % -iJ j
jvill "have a.Qiristinas '
Last December ,]. Mrs : Be : : Second '
Sunday *. Held :
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FORHAMILTON Bass ;
.cQaTr. ; .. Postage Paid
li ; a t Jasper FloricJa':
i. A .Scaff ,Sr. 'Was' bored by $a1he .'and, 14 *<" December, :.. F''Wtrl$ .;.-.
IN CHANCERY "" ..''''1-, -...' .
(NexteekJ SubscnptionsVStrictly *
the in
at Annie Laurie Advance
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her ten cll l dren. This day waseventyfifth her MORTGAGE IXVESTMK\T The cotton quota 'ot'e : \*
s birth aq anniversary.The Beauty Shop. Every one is invited TRADERS.rputaWr..I2hC.. a Florida t>ec. 10 will mark the coming eleventh c?(\53.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of Coup

children brought dinner and I I Plaintiffvs I year in which growers I j Cards of Thanks *. ; . $1.00 Minimums
CATHERINE KNOB VLES; everyone had'a' marvelous time. Methodist District. IOU voted on marketing ;
.J. D. SILLS Jr. and Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 .
Mrs. Mary Catherine Knowles, Fortyeight'people attended thi RUBY SILLS tiff vrtfe. their upland cotton crop Wal
Mr.
86 resident of : Conference DefendantsNOTICB and Mrs. Robert Eh Iert Editors and Publishers
.Jasper for overfiftyyears' grand occasion. Besides her ten Issues OF SUIT Deas Chairman County Agricultural -;; ,
died at her home in JasperMonday children there' were 28 grand and STATE OF FLORIDA. Stabilization and Cbnser-i I
] Local l Statistics TO RUBY SILLS whose residence
night.Survivors
great grand children to wish her Is unknown: : vation Committee said today. | '
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are six daughters more birthdays.. There were six W. W. Bradshaw Lay Delegate, You are hereby required to file I).'I Beginning with the referendumon CARDS EVERY TIME AFOREST 1
your
Airs. Essie Skinner Tampa Mrs. teen grand children and step-grand and Rev. Norman Booth Clerical any. in answer the above or written proceeding defenses with It.| marketing quotas for the 1954 FIRE STRIKES l lI
Clara Hammond Jacksonville Mrs. children who were unable-to come delegate attended the 99th Annual the Clerk of this Court, and to fcerre crop growers have approved quotas HOFBTHANKS *

Ethel Gramlin,, Dade City, Mrs. help their grandmother celebrate. District Conference at First Methodist attorneys a copy thereof whose upon names the and fbtintiffs address fer each' year's cotton crop," he:
:
Thelma Ferrant, Daytona Beach, The children who attended were: Church Apalachicola, on Mon appears hereon. on ir before the 24th stated. 'Iir- the vote last year, on '
day of
Florida. Mrs. Gertrude Barraco Mr. and Mrs Glenn Scaff, Mr. an this proceeding December 19(3 being the a nature suit for of quotas for the 1963 upland cotton I OUGELBURNED
Mrs. Kenneth Scaff, Mr. and Mrs. day.At foreclosure of mortgage against the crop 93.7 percent of the growers The recent bereavement
Brooklyn, N. Y. :!Irs.. Ruby: Rad- the. meefing, ..Jports.n the following described which '
Billy Scoff from''Jasper' Mr. and I property towltTTieEa : voting,approved...tbe, quotas. Chas .' .
'ford Jasper. Three! sons, Ira J. work of the churches were made t Ninety (to) feet of the v r visited our.home has brought
I
Mrs. W. R Tuten Jr. Mr. and the various i following described tract of By law quotas must be proclaimed to us a greated appreciation of our
by officers
Knowles Tampa H. F. Knowles, of the DISland: One acre If land described
Mrs. Ben Bates Mr. and Mrs. De- by the Secretary of Agriculture friends .Such kindnesses
I Jr. Miami Everett Knowles Jack .trict and special guests were pre- as follows to-wit: Beginning at and neighborly
sonville. Car Scaff of Jennings Mr: and Mrs. }sented. Bishop James W.. the Southeast corner of lot sold! in years whenthe cotton supply thoughtfulness> can never be
;
Henry
to Paul ,
Hunter and from
thence J
exceeds
James Albert Scab Jr. of Leesburg. normal. The estimated 1963 ,.forgotten. I
addressed the conference in the af- run 'East 210 feet along the
Funeral
services were held Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Windle Scaff fjternoon while North edge or State Road Num- 64 total supply oT upland cotton ex-: The
Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. in the f' Live I Missionary Richard ber 6; thence North 210 feet: ceeds the estimated normal Family of t
o Oak Mr. and Mrs. Staf -
Petry spoke in the morning. A special thence West parallel with said supply Mrs. Mary Catherine Knowles
Jasper Methodist Church. The Rev. ford Caldwell from Gainesville Mr offering was brought to the 210 State feet Road No. 6 a distance of I by 7.8 million bales. ,?. f and thoughtful of me while in the
Norman E. Booth officiated. ; thence South 210 feet I
and Mrs. Ed Scaff from Auburn, j For 19S4, the Chairman explained Hamilton Memorial
Pallbearers were conference for the support of Rev.Petry's to the point of beginning containing i We want to thank each and Hospital Afteg
: grandsons, j Ala. work: In Pent The hoschurch t 1 .cres. and being located !Hamilton County has a total of for their every receiving an injury in our last foot
one
in the kindness
North : and
half
and greatgrandsons t Billy Howard, Howard --- arranged for a seafood dinner Section 4, Township 1 North acres available for allotment :thy shown us during the sickness ball game. To our coach Mr. Owen
Fred L J. Nnowles Jr. at a local restaurant. Range 14 East. i growers on which to grow their upland 'and death of Hinton one of the best coaches and
Richard Fingar, Kenneth May Donald I Statistical DONE AND ORDHRED at Jasper cotton crop. This represents! our. 10vingT.:husband as a fine friend as a
County of
reports were distributed Hamilton State of i and father. MJay God bless each young guy
May. r with some interesting results. Florida 196S. this 15th day of November. the county's share of the national,and every one, is our i could have in any baH playing. Alsa

Interment was in Evergreen Jasper church has dropped from THEUIA LEWIS: Clerk allotment acreage' of 16,200,000acres The W. M. Hartley prayer.Family!thanks for the beautiful flowers that
Cemetery. Harry T. Reid Funeral j! the tenth largest church in the Dis- I of the Circuit Court. Hamilton which Includes 200,00 acres I ;were sent to me.

Home is in charge. :i Ii trict, to the eleventh. John Wesley Gregory Coors County* Paniello Florida.. from the national acreage reserveto The good Lord bless and keep

1 New Arrivals Methodist Church Tallahassee Attorneys 404 Jackson for Plaintiff take care of minimum farm allot t CARD. OF THANKS each one of you is my prayer

HENRY COLUMBUS RHODEN,I j I has moved into the tenth spot. Cal- Tampa E. Florida Street, 33602 ments. Notices o findividaul farm I I sincerely wish to express my Don Tyre
Henry Columbus Rhoden, 73,. i I '. I vary Methodist Church Tallahassee Nov. %2,29. Dec. CIS farm acreage allotments will be thanks to those who were so nice -

resident of Jasper died Friday I j I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Menger- organized this September is IN mailed t ooperators of cotton farmsin I'
November 29 in 1 son are of ,{1 thirteenth with Carrabelle THE COUNTY JUDGES advance of the December 10 CLASSIFIED
morning the Valdosta 1 parents a baby boy, Joseph Method- COURT. IN AND FOR ADS
hospitaL I' Henry Jr., born in Hamilton II I I ist Church as the twelfth. The FLORIDA.HAMILTON COUNTY. referendum.If I
IN PROBATE
I Memorial Hospital on November L i znembershis is as follows: John IN RE: The Estate of at least two-thirds of the GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE '
He was a native and life resident 27. I Wesley 339 Jasper 321 Carrabelle DON V. WIXJlER.neee. I growers voting in the referendum I'-Lowest prices in FARMS 'WANTED IF YOU
of Hamilton County and had served . Ii i ..... approve quotas for the 1964 upland 20ears, I would like to sell your farm.
258 and
Calvary 257. It is expected NOTICE TO CREDITORS t Auction Saturday 4 pan. No housesee'
as a member of the Board of t I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox of Del-,', that Calvary Methodist Church All creditors of the Estate of Dos cotton crop price support at a' bidders. Fixtures also to be us. We bare calls for farms
'County Commissioners of V. Wimmer deceased are hereby ]percent of parity will be available solol .. ,Tery.Week..W. L Bryan Rev.
Hamil-I mar N. Y., announces the birth of twill exceed 400 members by June. notified and required to file any I. Open 1 Oto 12, 3 to 6. Wonder Bar, ;I' 2-2985: SY: ,
ton Countv. He was a their son, Gary Allen;;,born in Albany The Methodist Church in Florida claim or demand which they may Ito growers who comply with their I Jasper Florida. Dec20p ( or 2.6331
the First Baptist Church of Jasper I medical center has been have against said estate in the of level within the range of 65 to 90 I Real l Estate Broker. Ph n. SY:
Albany New engaged in an effort to flee of the County Judge of Hamilton
Survivors include his wife 3 sons I j I York, November 26, 1963. He was raise the average Sunday Schooand 1 County Florida In the Court House acreage allotments and marketing SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS ,f ron SALE.ROUSE in JPr.
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Sheriff Rhoden, Russell t I at Jasper Florida within six (() quota penahties will Best of
Charlie 20 and one half inches long attendance across the state by 5%. calendar months from the date apply to any"excess" co ition. PrIc- | J3500. Others priced higher.
of See
Rhoden. both of Jasper, JimmyRhoden I r weighed 7 IDS. and 11 CU. 1ceS. Mrs This goal was reached by the Talla- the Prst publication of this notice. ,cotton produced on a ed to sell Mannings radio Service i I Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan
Jacksonville six daughters Each claim or demand mutt be filed farm.If Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc Reg.
Cox is the former Miss )Pa&y Sfor j;: hassee'District. First Methodist of in duplicate in writing and 'must Real Estate Brokers Jasper tfc
Mrs. J. H. Ellis. Fargo Ga. mant of White Springs.. Mr. and if J&sper' has increased one percent tate the place of residence and post more ,than one-third of the _
Mrs Alton Sistrunk White Springs Mrs. Cox also have:'another son The average attendance and stand office must be address sworn-to of the the claimant and voters oppose quotas for the 1964 FARMERSMONEY FOR SALE IN JAtPEn-FIve lots
by claimant,
frs.CUrtissFang.Hahira.Ga.'L Mrs Willian Robert, 21 friolths. / i ing within the district are as follows hU agent or his attorney or it will I crop the allotment program will and two houses In good neighbor
H. Henley Mrs. James Bryant : Calvary Methodist Church become void according to law. ]remain in effect, and price support for your farm opera- hood. Only $5,000. Call Robert
both of Jacksonville, Mrs. CharlesElToitt : I (118)) tenth Carrabelle Methodist (signed) Kalysta Executrix Belle Wimmer ,will be available to cooperators at tions at reasonable cost Terms Ehlert. '792. 331, or W. L. Bryan

Lake City one brother Henderson, Jesse Crews. .Charlie Church 'X104) eleventh First Meth- 1963s'ov.First publication on. November. 15, I 50 I percent .of parity, as providedby I to fit your needs. Loans up to I 792-2985, Reg. Real Estate_Brokers.

Marlin Rhoden, Jacksonville three :Pafford! ,' Broward ;Bryan, .E. .A.'''odist,f Church, Jasper .(100)) twelfth : 15, 22. 29. Dec 6. I 'law. 7 years. Can North Florida. Pro- 11 Acre for ale near Jasper. Alt
sisters. Mrs. Marvin Box Live'Oak.Irs. ,Eatmo D. W.; Peterson John Wesley Methodist Church (95) All farmers who are engaged in duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave cleared 'and fenced.
Cora '". OTICK OF SALK the production of upland cotton in .: .. f Only $1,000.)
Morgan Lake Qty Mrsj- Interment was'-!in EwegrgenCemh C thirteenth." To whom it 11 I Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 t See W. L. Bryan '792-2985 Rob-
may You 1963 or
concern: are
John Lee Fennell.--Daytonya Bea ; tery In' Jasper. Harry .31.' Reid Our Woman's Society of Christian are hereby notified that the" following eligible to vote in the Dec. ..... .I...: { ert Ehlert, 792-4491, Reg. Broker tic
Florida 23 grandchildren, H great I motorvehlcle r Comet'r961 (P 10 referendum. '
Funeral Home,was in:charge.AIRS. I Service is 14th in membership, haying used Z'door sedan Manufacturers t -
grendchfldren. ,", dropped ,from twelfth since serial number 1H11S839750 _ill be. Georgia Plate GlaassC WANtrEDMiddle age lady ''to
Funeral services were held Sun J. II. HOLTON: June. Our Methodist Men mem- the sold 18th at public sale at 2 ,o'clock on 8 Store Fronts. ::, *f"' live In and* keep house' for my

day 3 p.m. in the: ;First Baptist Mrs. J. H. Holton, 78, resident of. bership.is fifte tJt,"having dropped Atlantic Coast day of Line December. Building 19fit.Park' at. Mirrors Uesftvered j mother in Jasper Must be clean
Church. The Rev. Sayer Canova Hamilton County died at her home from eleventh since June. Our 1(log Lot at 500 West 'Water.St.. ;Jacksonville .Tub tfnclrsure* Showers J land dependable and not oyer 60

officiated. Marvin !O'Cain, an Wednesday[J after long illness She Metmd Youth Fellowship'Is 13thhaving he 1 sale,
Charles O'Caln accompanied J by 1 i was atTrtendxf iJr"w New Hope droppe frcnj eleventh. .since payment .f t.heco: t. of retalting,' .. :V, ,: good home. for ,someone ,with not :
i Sltisit f i :: .\: :'Jude: $''f storing and solo of aaid .. i&oObr --- -'much work. Write Box
123Wlers
Miss Sharon Sapp sang one,:son 4 1 t4 : vehicle anfc-thr cost publication! BOOM FOB BBfT Late 'Pri": *
Survivors: ,one son, Owen informaol notice i of ale and then ttf* the |I dale, Florida for Interview: Dec. 60
Pallbearers were: Active: Bill I Hpl- Some. ( ;other >statistical; : of the balance due un rate room with shower -and gas I] .
Sapp, Luther Griner, Thomas Bennett 1 I ton, J Jasper, also several grSrid* tioh from the report are as follows: der the contract with Grover.. W.. M 'm heat 8.00 to 10.00.'weekly/iflbuse I I USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR" .
children. Funeral services will 1 .. Vacation Church! .School enrollment ?Burnham Route t. Box 84, Jasper!
: : between ', "
Myron Johnson Lloyd Regis : Florida covering the financing of schooIhouse l tt1d" warehouse ; Sale. Good condition. $40 and
ter Doyle Morgan, J. W. Kelley, ,held'Friday 2 ).m. in the New Ito 8th Timers 10th" Florida .said motor vehicle. Any surplus av illye J D20p '$50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper

Baptist Church. paid to you and 'you will remain J I .
Bill Scaff. f bej'Methodist: Subst iptioiflb total 4uX liable for balance ----- -' phone 792-4421 tier
any remaining unpaid

t Interment win be in New Florida Methodist subscriptions? .pecentage'ot r under said contract. ".' FARM FOR; SALE -; ---I: I -
N M. MeLeod :
Honorary Ray Morgan
Reid FunerHome Ford Motor Credit 2.50 acres NOTICE
T. tobacco
[ .Cemetery.! Harry membership 1st World Company } near Mr. Pete Register, N.
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Dr. J. R. Bruce, C B.Miller Harrison |' is in charge. t. Outlook subscription$. 1Jv,Together 500 Jacksonvllle West Water Florida St. .t'j j I See 'Louise..Bland- Tele BeUevU1e..1: West 2nd St. Jasper, now has

George Smith Raleigh I subscriptions 16th,* new members Dec. 6 only dosta.: CH2-61Stt:: charge of the rental of the Peeples

:Sherwood Miller Aaron Hogan I RONALD LJEWIS I 120th, total loss of members 4th. IN CIRCUIT COURT.... r FOR SALE .- .- I I!i Apartments. Vacancy-two comfortably -
Jack Vinson Grover Wheeler Law- Ronald Lewis 38, of Denver Colo.former I Some financial statistical inforoption THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ere purebred Hampshire "I I furnished one bedroom apart-
ton McCulley, Guy McGhin, Jerry resident of Jasper died HAMILTON COUNTY; FLA. hogs, 3 males, 9..gilts Subject i!1 I ments. Interested.
from the report shows the IN CHANCERY j TURNING CARSa See Mr. Register
I to registration.
Phone
I 792-6546
Smith Maurice Bennett Ralph there Saturday: night. following Rally Day offering 8th, NAR\'11T J. RAGAMPlaintiff Carroll: Hunter (I lie
Cunningham W. ,W. ,Bradshaw.'Floyd Dec Up j
He is survived by his wife of World Wide Communion offering -vs.A .- Iron
Peterson Ed Wells Jessie f fFcurakers. Denver, a brother Jack J. of Ocala */Qrildren's Home offerings llth. >\ RAGAN VISIT FRIER MUSICMPANY j I SALE New Spinning reel

Riley Stormant J. W. two half brother Barney P. Morgan Missions 15th, Educational Specials ]IN THE NAME Defendant AND BY THE "AU. in Live Oak Florida for all yotibr.I Used 792-6331 once. Cheap. Mrs. Simpson

McAlpin. James Fourakers, John I of Jasper and Silas LewisLake"f 16th, W.S.c.s. local projects ;THORITY OF TilE STATE OF a thereof else decree pro confessn musical needs from organs and II I tfc ,

McCormick .Dan Braswell, J. Ad-I City.[ One aunt, Mrs. Charlie Cribbs 13th, W.S.c.s. District and Conference residence FLORIDA;and TO;addrei ANN RAGAN is 4158 whose RAn WITNESS will be my entered hand and against the official yon. pianos; to records and record play GOOD USED' TV Installed for

die Smith Broward Wynn, Kirby 1 of Jasper I Projects 9th Building improvements Pablo Dam Road El Sabrenta Call. seal of this Court at Jasper Florida .!I"S. tfc 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio

Sandlin, Palmer Smith, Bryant Services will be held this week 8th, Pastor's salary llth, fornla A;sworn bill of complaint having this 2nd day of December.LEWIS A. D... 19(3THKLMA REPAIRS .Service. 792-4421, Jasper. tIc
Miller, Pete Miller, S. L. Smith J.I end in Lake City, Florida with bur-I World Service pledge 10th. i been filed in this Court against Clerk Circuit Court of : ---
V .McCall, James Wynn Frank ,J ial in 'Memorial Cemetery. you. the relief therein sought being Hamilton Coontr. Florida We repair all types T. V. and WILL KEEP Old people at my
"-- ivirce[ You are required to answer by ALICE JONES D. C. radio. Also Small appliances. Man-I'I home near Cherry Lake. Ph. 999-
aid Complaint onor before January C A. Avriett
Youth RallyAt 3rd: 19&4. furnishing to C. A. Avnett, Jasper Florida nings Radio' Service Jasper 792-{4678. Mrs. Lampidn, Rt. 3 Box 126,
NOTICE Jasper Florida. Plaintiffs Attorney [Dec: C IX 20 27 4421 tfc I(Madison D13aV .

MadisonLast ", -
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-It.has been called to the attention ofithe' Sunday, First Methodist of

Board of County Commissioners that Jasper took the largest percentage .. ",
some : jof members to the Youth Rally at

people are of the opinion that. the County 'First Methodist: Church of Madi- "'..: .

I son. The youth delegation led '''
was .
Commissioners employ the Jailers and dep j 1 by Miss Linda
FenneD. president. : s I i.'T-
uty sheriffs of the county. I1 Adults attending the Rally were "'::.. ; .f.fSfts t .

The Board of County Commissioners [Mr. Robert Fine (counselor), Mrs.
I Walter Havener (judge! ), and Rev. i:

has no authority to employ these employees Norman Booth (District Youth Director '\ .

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as it is solely responsibility of the Nine churches gathered togetherto

Sheriff's Department. hear: three youths 'Speak Up ,

l Q>r their Faith" and a guest speaker "
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Board of County Commissioners ,. Miss Lois Heitmann Registered > .. Fun to g v....fun to get...because -

Hamilton I nurse. The churches rePresented electric gifts keep.on giving convenience,
; County Florida ,.
were Boyd Grace, Lee Live
Oak, Madison Miccosukee, Monti- comfort fun and entertainment throughout ,.

cello Greenville, and'Jasper. The '. the year arK for years to come.So Wit
total attendance ,
was sixty. '
I The youth speakers were Miss your s showrocra

VISIT OUR i Judy Searcy (Lee), Miss Susan .( ; soon, E help yw
:; :Pittman (Live Oak), and Miss Pat Gave

Herold ( Miccosukee Miss Lois .
]r CHRISTMASOpen Heitmann. US.-2, briefly spoke to tECTR/C BtANXlT BUNDS tOTIHWAHiffll. rBtOJLEK

the group about _'the Methodist BUSS-ASSOXTEO I
Church Program of serving in the CAMOAHOCWJCHIS CAN Q123 6 *

United States for two years in var- s CHATOWDtSH f
HouseALL ious capacities. She is presently { OOOC !'

serving in the Brewster Hospital D R'Ya' OOTWSWASKS ';
Jacksonville. OF719'DGHWASHFx ) COrHEMAJCBC

Refreshments were served by DARXXOOMEQWMfitt

DAY SATURDAY, DEC. 7 First Methodist Church Madison DUCTUESS t5EHUMJDUTDt.RANGE HOOD i:
and results of the speeches were
./ DUTCH OVEN EGO GOOF FAN
announced. Miss Pat Herold
was 1
noOKPOUSHEKFOOOWAEMBt ROO'sauna ,
See hundreds of Christmas first. Miss Judy Searcy was second, liftiNG JOY THROUGHOUT- FOODWAS71 DISPOSE!
: new : ideas, and :Miss Susan Pittman. third. The
'. IIEE1ER:: ntrPAN CBIDDIEHOTeOOtOASTOt
ia *- judges had each selected one of thebeakers f
arrangements, and merchandise dis- .. .HOTPlATE HAntDRYBCKATIAMP
on THE V.A'III
and the total range in r RON(STEAM ibtt'Y1'' JVICEK
Th'ma points between first and third was 0 .-SHMPSB
play. ideal l giftsthat .
: r everyone s only twelve. Miss Herold wQ] MOVCPtDJKTOR WGHTUCHTMDCOt ... '
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will "' : I'Q speak at:St. Paul Methodist Church OODOOtU0WSncxmiuam RADIO WISE '
enjoy. ; at the District-Wide Youth Rally JllPlllSEUTOUJaZa t

on February 16. ftOASTR SH4\1a STHEOKWFLJOfUOA. 'tI1IVSIOH 1
TOASTS TOOTH# MW5H TOTS YACUUMOEAHEKU
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Myrtle's Flowers J.KJC LEE FISH SUPPER : r X. s = ; : .. ,.

There will be a Fish Supper sponsored 7 75?_/ ti.-J
792-3421 by the P.T.A. of J JLEL Lee .

Jasper High School on December 14 at 5:00 ._. __ .' a .. i_MTftKf W* NTH*, HfCTWCAUrl [ TI POWER CORPORATION
pan. It will be served ithe's 1 oo
R sass+--so.srsar
C cafeteria or call 792-5241 and have -- -

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