The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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p PRICE: I lOc PJEFtGQPY: '.=: '$3.00 PER. YFA"f.fAMILTON COUNTY, 1A9 PER FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, '1963. z''j .' :-'' ; VOLUME 93 NUMBER 511\

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rsPll, ClIurcbt:1 f Go.d f KEEPING CHRISTMAS ./. ::, : 1 ..1'', "'. -

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Class Graduates. Christmas. .Romans 14:&He that regardeth the day, regardeth it unto the Lord. or. ,
-v -V-' t .: : observe Christma S=Day/The rt eie'inai1dngS oftixtz ;
I It is a good'thing to

A .new*' era ,in tactical' air' operations Program Monday: and seasons, when men agree to stop work and make merry .

was ushered in at MacDlll i I together, is a wise and wholesome custom, iflielps one: to 'feoelunemacy the sir "-

Air Force Base as graduation ceremonies of the-common lifcover_thetrdwl&at..life. It reminds. man to, : :
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were held for 24, pilots of } > -
k y !. Harold :M.. McClelland's 12th I I, The Qiurcb of God will be pre- 'set his cwn little watch, rowfand then, by: ;xhegreaj; clock;qf3humanityI '(Wo }

A Tactical Fighting Wing, first wing senting their 'Christmas progtam I I which runs on sun time: .* *' -,

in the United Sstates. Air Force to 1[Monday night December 23,' at But there is a better thing than the observance of Christmas. Day, ,

the fastest and, and that is CHRISTMAS .
phase into newest, [J3a* p.m. KEEPING. '
highest flying fighter bomber in the I I The title of the play Is "The: .fI .an'd rAre May the t True
' you willing to forget what you havedone for other pecpJe! .
world the MacDon nell F. 4 'Pian"j Christ 'or ,Christmas" Charactersate I } "
tom." : Mrs. Raudall Mrs. Mable (to remember what other; people have dene for ypu:; to ignore (

I Hunter, Debbie Raudall Sandra, what the world owes you and to think what you owe the world; to put

_.,General Walter C. Sweeney com Zipperer. Lucy the maid,, Mrs-Sybil ycur.rights inthe background and your duties Air
tnander Command
.1.'participated: Tactical in the ceremonies; : ''Smith The Doctor Paula Hogan and your chances to do a little more than your duty in the foreground; : -- -

F-4 Paul Irving Hughes- Two to see\that your fellow men are just as real as,you are and try to look'I\ .
which began with a parade and if
flyby) on the flightline and ended i lArgefs, Undx Zipperer and Wan s I behind; their faces to their hearts, hungry for joy j Y.r; to own that probably : of t the. -

r with a graduation.in the Base The-, Waters 't Cjfandmother Mrs. 'Kate jthesoriy good reason for yurexistence {Is net what you are gcing".to;get .4,: : .' :':..r:' .

atre. 'ti I I Grimsley: Mary, Linda Fletcher|oat of fife;.to close your book of complaints against the management"o lI; ',: '

p ; I hThe play is being directed 'fcy jthe universe, and look aorund you for a place where you. can sow a few : j .

Class GIG made up of pVo's. find Paula Hogan Much practice and seeds ,of happiness Me ycu willing to do these things even" for a day? tirsrChristmas'l

12 pilot systems operators ',is Jhe fctudy I has been done uf preparingthis : THE YOU CAN KfiEI* CllRISDIASt'. a
...first. to be turned program.. I '
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_f' .'tt', :'. out": by tic' 4-Ufd"" t c.'w.., IGaM ... :_ *" *, ..[ :Are:y.oukwUlingto j tc;,down and consider the needs and desires .; <;)m ... .I

.$.'- f. 'Training] >I Squadron er'tOJrt'j ':. -, 1;olJowing' the. program g'Iffs, winbe I of little children: ; to remember theweakness aDd loneliness of: people ._....c..

: Frank Everett Jr ventu .11yfjhe4W !'exchanged by those who threw growing old; t ostop asking 'how'much your: Mends love you and'ask !" .' -' '.- ", .
i In the School. A This Yean
will have trained Screwsfor-, Sunday -* *
: yourself'\vhether you love them enough; to bear+in mind the things'at i' .
bag offn.u: (and will be '
1000 Phantom aircraft,, ![ candy givento .r : r--! {.i''v&',s
each present other people have to bear on their hearts,; to try to understand what
person ._ h
The 12 in'G4G. all assigned
crews ;I, those who live in the same house with you really'.lvant' without waiting> ; : ,
attached to Lt. Cot Mark: V. The public is cordially invited to }
Wilson's or 557th Tactical Fighter ,,attend this program. for :them to tell you; totrim' your lamp so that i\twill give more fight ....:;' '" '

and less smoke, and to carry it in front so that your shadow windfall q '
.Squadron .began training Septem- '
her 23. Many 'of the pilots had : DeadlineselForCQ1gres behind you; to make a grave for your ugly thoughts ,and a,.garden for 'T

?sped Mach One in earlier aircraft' your kindly feelings, with the gate open -.. Are YOU willing to do these : H
but all go a new experience on their I )on l I. things even for a day? Then YOU CAN KEEP\.CHRI .1 .- "' .

second ride, which called for a run t .
high over the Gulf of Mexico'at. Nomination! [THING IN THE WORLD than :: -
Mach Two. I stronger hate, stronger,than eVil .
"< stronger than death. and that the blessed! fife which l beganjn; Bethlehem ;

Other phases of training included '" Congressman Don Fuqua announ- !\;nineteen'hundred years ago is th Image and brightness of EterjiaT LoveTHENYOU [ : : t:..: < to '-":: -.' '
instrument work, in-,ced today that the deadline of 31 "
flight refueling air-toair ,interceptof January 1963 has been set for accepting ,,'

simulated enemy planes and' nominations of candidates !I And if you keep. it for a day. .why not'always? But you can never t

missiles formation tlylnglow level'4 for the nexfjschool year, of the U. ;]keep it alone.: ., w '

navigation *,and close ground support ..,.S. Merchant Marine Academy .one I] *'. German: F afh.ets

including tactical weapon deV'iohe five Federal Academies. Congressman A Christmas sermon by Henry,.VanDyke"Christmas -- "Ih\ cuttiig1t

livery techniques and practice. Fuqua is entitled to nomi 'It .
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Cewr far pilots nate- K)'qualified applicants from : '" I "
I Another new experi .
of the Phantom ,was learning to emth Congressional Districtand @ Tobacco

operate with two pilots and ,two he will receive applications I I ] Time"r ., : F Acreage

engines. This combination of men for such'nominations up to. the. dead.. ',;; :. *, I ,.....
line. f I.I I. Christmas, is a sacred and happy time ,. .
makes the F-4 the ,
and machine j t tI .
,";. The following Is an article about tobacco farming which recently! appeared I.aYe"t n
Bringing Joyous greetings and good will
most formidable flying weapons The U. S. Merchant Marine Academy Y \ Gerii."an newspaper received here
I -j by Sirs.. Jimmie Howell of Jennings, and tram
Songs of music and lines
In the world. H that'rhym '
systems : has as its mission the edu- ; wed jor tlals by her. The article will give local farmers
... ., newspaper a new angle ont
Mingling stilL _
together air
on midnight so ;- : -
Twelve F-4's flown by the graduating -,'catio nan4 training for qauified' Bells ringing and children singing *?- ;." : : t totsieco, screage problem here and we appreciate BIr. HowelT Intent ffort'. :
class members young men for careers as 'officers ; : ,.
in a flyby during:*..ceremonies.participated- Led in cUr Merchant Marine. Its four ;' AD bring the glorious message clear, -,' .- '< r The American Department of Agriculture 'diseases on the tobacco fields and I960, there

by Colonel Wilson, the aircraft I I L year college level program leads to : Lights aglow and hanging snow .'. .:. fc" has announced another 10% decrease o(!{he w&r'a blue mold} catastrophy that caused very

formed three "Diamond" formations a B. S. degree ,a U. S..'Coast Guard Make us realize anew, Christ is near. ?;;:'-,. ,. .- f.to. cco. allotments for the tobacco growers.t low prices for the crop. Many farmers got

At the same'time, officers and License as a Third Officer or a .} Beautiful trees, candles blazing and bright ,.i; -: Many. arguments are going on: if this decrease disguested with growing tobacco. The appro
'I i Third Assistant Engineer' in the Tokens of love .ail piled underneath the., flue cured tobacco
enlisted men of the 4453d paraded isjustified for tobacco acreage was 500 nectar in 1955 (about

on the ramp, accompanied by the .Merchant the Naval Marine Reserve.and Commissino .. Doors all gay with berries and bollywreath.Love : The amount: ,of the'r allotments: depends on 1250(.acres) but meanwhile the acreage Is decreased -

Ninth Air Force Band; t J tier[ : : manifested to friend.and foe : -_ how nuch tobacco ,can be sold and exportedto to about 560 acres. The number of the
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Personnel of the base then assem Congressman Fuqua further ad i> : Greetings exchanged as we come and go oour tries in;Europe.: Therefore it is of some) tobacco farmers today is about 550. The large
vised that constituents seeking _Y ... Yes* Christmas is a day cf love and'joy. Inheres ( tobacco
abled in the base theatre for the !i -' to kno the situation on the tobacco fields are g nes. the farmers grow
graduation. General Sweeney per-,more detailed information about i" In every land'4.{ -t' '"i # 'mante ,E ereas.' In. tlua connection-t Thread*;' -,' -onlyjwhat they can manage with Ute help of the

sented diplomas to the graduates 1'[the educational and acreer opportunities Star of the East still shines ,a heavenly stair -:- .1.<-. in, one\\\ of,. the 1 blgges{',-110 newspapers of WestGermany (M'ii f riOy. They want no risk and pay high
and pilot afforded by the program of A guiding beacon to i> everywhere ; a '
and the outstanding pilot i. the "Sujld utacne Zeltung'r inMunich' labor costs.
systems operator In the class were the U. S. Academy's Training Representatiye :Who delight telling the sweet sweet'story' : bout the heW tobcaco auctions inSchjwVtfachv .%

honored...The outstanding graduates I Maritime AdmInIstration Of Jesus'Christ and His infinite glory.. i i # ; C Schwabach Is 'the center of the The German tobaeeo industry advised the
featured In a MacDill ;. P. O. Box 52948 New Orleans _to from Oue4 cured tobacco to
will be Her Louisiana By Mrs. W. T.Shiver : ,- tobaccogrowetSfb\ 'Bavaria. The report mentions farmers switch .
aId next:week. air-dried. Bu Jey. There is great demand!
story l.. labbu\' crisis for the German Tobaccofarriers .Jhc..
An award was also presented to for the German Burley and the prices are
Science Future Teachers program. "', nI I \4 There are no restrictions nor allot
the 12th'Tactical Fighter Whforwinning Club Meets I Our 1 favorable for the German tobacco fanners.
officers meats tobacco
are : for but the acreage is also, decreasing
the Match Point Gompe- Presidnt'Donnell' '1 Lest yea rthey had 101 nectar Virgin 16Q hec-
held Hurlburt Field Ha.I To Meet Register :: year after year. The reasons for:' this.
tion at | The Science Cub of Jasper High( j Vice President Sharon Bennett tar Bufley, and 3.5 nectar cigar tobaeeo and
Match Point tested all, tiie fig# tex: School met for its monthly meetingon decrease are very different in Germany.First
Secretary Dianne Carter 2300 Zentner Burley they expect for this
bomber wings in Tactical Air Com Friday December 13. Mr. Harold -I I The Future Teacher's dub of Jasper the farmers complain about the diseases In yeara
Reporter Nell Dedge of 3500 to 3700 ZeDtner Virgin and about
mand on their ability to provide ; Bethea, sponsor remindgd the High School met on Friday. .;Treasurer tobacco and other reasons are the high labor crop
{ :December 5. 1963 in Mrs. Perry's Ruth Greene 4500 Zentner Burley. The qauHty of the new
close air support in battle. In the .club of several items of business.) Paliamentarian Marvin Selph costs. As it is,known .West Germany has full
competition the'12th accumulated Also the club set April 6 as a tenta- room. The meeting was called to Librarian crop is excellent. The situation Ice the Flue
Jane be found who is
Kelley. nobody can
tive date for the Science Fair of the order by our President Donnell c cured Virgin tobacco Is i quite different.
2,000 points more
.over Register | Other members are: Diana Sullivan waling: to work in the tobacco fields when hercan
than the second place wing :I Jasper schools. The motion was Diane Caddy Bonnie Jcnes find a Job in a factory with a much higher Rhodesia and the USA offer this kind of tobacco *
made and carried that the fair Since there was no business to
'. General Sweeney presented the contain .Sue Williams Harriet Gibson Matt paycheck. The reports about the tobacco auctions at much lower prices than the Germea
exhibits, projects and demon- attend to Mrs. Perry gave us a '
award to Colonel McClelland the jMarable
Martha WauneHe
I Carter states as follows: farmers can produce It. The German farmers
: flight line following the flyby. strations centered in the following very Interesting talk on the teach- Walker
Hazel Rziapp Marilyn with the American and African
r" fields: Physics} chemistry geology ing profession. ''Bembry There were many up and downs for, the can compete
The graduation was concluded, ouni'of tobacco growers. Many farmers= decreased the
zoology and Botany. German tobacco farmers. 1950 the total ari
with a "fireside chat" by General: This,was our, econd meeting oftheyeart"We"nave The wad al 1
j There being no further business about, 17 mem I j meeting adjourned tobacco was approximately 30,003 Centnerabout acreage for the flue cured tobaeeo vokintary
-Sweeney.A '- |2:3)) by our_President pmmeHReg- S t I and 81 of the tasters quit growing
the meeting adjourned. American percent
: ,Members'of the first F-4 grad I. \ bers.: fistcr. -" -> -, ..- ( 1.650,000 lips) from' 2900 rtt>; .. '
tobacco at alL
( uating class include First Lieu n- Don Wetherington Later on in the school.year we I- NeIl Dee lasso giver's;from thlslBavarian: district:

;r ,ant. Van Robinson of Jasper. .> .' Reporter '- areiptenniflB to:pat.on.an assembly L i Reporter r I' the year,1958 they had .some serious, virus ._zi: .. Charlotte HoweU
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I' .' .' : TH E :JA.sPEIt NEWS, 'JASPER. tE FLORIDA 1 c Friday Decenitfer20il963CHKIST3IAS

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-7 : load v' of.stuffed toys. made by Mrs. A L. I celebrated: then _) wed: "" ag a1 Bi-,.r favorite>' niece came "nJesd.ay'and- and Bainard'Milton of'ffew Jersey.

Whose forms are bending low,' 'Denton. ., versary Friday December 13th. Son .we had dinner in Valdpsta. Floy) Nine of these were class mem.

Who toil along the climbing way I,, The dinner was spread at 12:30- .IF. M. and Madeline o? Palatka .McCall McEachern lived ]in Jasper,bers. Mary Baker McLucas and her

With painful steps and slow dishes were washed and then the here and the.Elmer Hancocks iffltil be was 16 years. of age. She husband attended church in Jasper

8tigLk : Look now! for glad and golden program. There was an exchangeof ot Tampa came for the weekend. is among the Honored retired teachers -. ''the following Sunday. Mary Lea,

:j hours' gifts. The weather was a bit too and enjoying a full life. and Willie Lee were three popuSc
Come swiftly on the wing; warm for the Christmas feel, but Cbairlie Wetherington of Atlanta daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bakerwho

I O rest beside: the weary road the fellowship was good.i down in this part of the Country on Myra Hewitt ran in f cr a little lived in Jasper about 1936-33

And hea rthe angel sing.". business attended church with his visit Tuesday morning. She was ;
1\i i The ymoved away in 39 and Mary
I I I I Spending Sunday Decenbe'- mother Mrs. Georgia Wetherington. doing some planting at Evergreen stayed on tc graduate.

Let us keep the magic the glamour with Mr. and Mrs. C. B.Harrison Sunday.+ Myra and several of us are interested .

;} "'V..H,... SYOIII oil 2.49Fl of Christmas-the gift of love were Mr. and Mrs Allen Blount I . in getting confederate mar-''Marian Vickers of the

I -not the worried gifts-not the and two children, Mrs. Greenwoodand The "Open House" for Mr.and kers for the graves of Confederate three was one "Junior
young ladies in the :
gift of exchange. While Christmas Annie and Gene McKelvey &J [Mrs.r Oscar Ratfiff on theiruSOth veterans buried here. i
Miss" Contest who were interview
t[may be a family time it should of Jack.;snnville. wedding anniversary win be Sun- I .5. i ed on Channel 4, Tuesday Decem-

On Chrstroas Eve the story says an enchantment falls upon the earth.. .be a peaceful family time. Beyond I dayafternoon 3to o ociock .Hosts Herbert and Dorothy Carter ber 17 at the noon hour. Marian is
Annette Joiner will
It is the time when the Spirit of a newborn child whose name is Love And hear the angel sing." join her son for the occassion are three sons, ;have just returned from a trip to I IMiami a senior at Terry Parker High

posseSses the world..The way to Christmas lies through an ancient gate, J I 0. L. and daughter-to-law. Joan Messrs Drew Clarence and Eugene when Herbert was the suriprised school In Jacksonville and has a
and ,
Florida Health Notes sends out,a the seven children for Christmas -;Ratliff 'and their daughter Mrs. winner fa 4 Jo '
dust { ( o day aU-ex-
patterned after a sheep fold and guarded by angels with star in I "Ala number of Jasper fans. The contest: -
warning about Food Poisoning dur in h a. Arthur Roberts of Grovelaad: Fla. pense trip to Miarqi i .In| the SinclairOil I
their hair. is child-wide and is
It a little gate child-high. there a password 'I i islsponspred bythe Jacksonville.. Jr
ing the feasting days of Christmas. | |AH friend are invited. Co. Sales Contest. There were 1
"Peace earth of will : t Chamber of Commerce.
on to men good 1 has fcr
Myrtle Jennings arrived
Few people die of food poisoning ti tr I 38 couples from 20: states in the .
May you this Christmas become as a little child again and enter into the holidays with her -
but each year hundreds becomef.quite'iUo. parents.t Mr\and Dirs, B wiU prty"'Jr ,.........
His JdngdoIn." ., .. -Airland Mrs Jody McCja Y.9f.Jen'ings. -. Harrisort c. a.re'tOd'that dlfnotknow I"Mr..w.Mz'E.' Ji Bowyee-of; In___ ;'''.
,'. + -x : (spend Chfiitmas" We Herbert)
;,. -14r srtx .pp.re ;....e 'aa+l1tati, :) tG '- "''''n elo''''Pal fri -''''' I1'r"Jacksonvflle ,
g The four major organisms that . 'with the Gene McKelveys. he was in a contest until head Moore Haven and Pete and Mike

"Though Heaven and earth pr"ll} p-\st rway cause food poisoning are, Sahnon-,,I I II h won. He had just gone along Bowyer of Bamesville win be

Thought keeps its (M"Il. its starlit way in Judean skies, seen from afar ella. Shigella, Staprylococus, Botul- Mrs.. Maude Hevener and Miss I Mrs. L. M. Crews (Patsy Cann- selling gas. i here to spend Christmas with Mrs.

Stole soft the light of Bethlehem' star A Babe within a Manger lay: ism. Inez McCall will spend Christmas ady) of Yulee visited her parents | . I Charles J. Ryan. The men fob

_ 'Twas Thought was born that golden day in Wildwood with their aunt for several days last week. I John Harold Stanford Jr. arrived hope to do a bit of hunting.
I'm almost afraid to eat my own Celeta Tompkins.
The Wise men knelt to catch its tone Ii ]
i Monday December 16 at Hamilton
cooking after reading Health Notes. i I Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Wood
The startled world knew not its own" I I j At the Garden dub Christmas Jean and Jimmy McGauley of. Hospital The young fellow is the went last Sunday to Winter Gardento

: Mrs. Maude Washington, D. C., will spend four son of John Harold and Linda their
Hints For Feeding a Large Crowd party Havener led the mt-I see son Lafayette .and
Let us who are older ourselves since the beginning of the world.
Stanford. He Ibs.
days of 9
I i Don't undertake a large banquet. devotional when she Illustrated. the Christmas here with the son weighed family. Dixie and Dodie but thebiff
for Christmas day .'- not to That almighty God ever stepped church supper etc. unless you have Story with figurines. parents. Jimmy is with FB I.I ounces .John Harold Sr. is to the occasion was to see the new.";

be carried away by the glitter of down from His throne on high to adequate space to prepare refrig Song (Club members singing i j and Jean is nursing. Naval Air F rce stationed at Topeka addition little Susan Laverne.
stride down the 'starlit stairs of
windows and the of foods and cold "Come Thou Kansas and oil )join his wife ,
shop urgency erate and serve hot long expected Jesus. ..
glory with baby in His I ...
material things. These we have a arms. fpods cold. Scripture Luke 2:1-7. A rev nis *' tr Tart Bap- Linda and the son here for Christmas -j
always. The deep realization of the from the Hendricks.5. Messinger Be careful about preparing food The Babe is laid in the manger toist W. M. U. has been formed !
the .. !
Christ- advent- is our need and i 1 "Star o fthe East Sweet Beth- in summertime is harder to Song "0 little Town of Bethlehem younger matrons. It is knownas i t I STOF* "

our children need. We can make lehem's Star -. guiding, us onwardto keep. You cannot always tell when Shepherds appear at the manger the Nita McCullough Circle named | The;Jasper High Schrd class of
for f
Christmas morning a' glad day nota glory a far.' .foodis, spoiled or contaminated bits y Song "The First Noel" : a Hamilton County Missionary -'1939 had a Reunion November 30 MALICIOUS
. to Nigeria. The first meeting at Stephen Foster Memorial.
gay day. odor or taste. Scripture Math 2: -Luke 2:20
I Christmas eve is a sorry day if i Use shall ow pans for storing cod The Shepherds depart-the wise | was December 5 at the home of, Those attending were Mr. and WOODSBURNINGi! ;

Mrs. L .F. Kalmar was a guest you have brought to it only the in the refrigerator so that the cold men come. I Mrs. J. W. Kelly. Nine of the 10 I,Mrs. Foster Shepherd Mr. ,and

last weekend of Mr. and Mrs. My- things, you buy and sell. will penetrate. D onot overload the and Song "Farest Lord Jesus.. members were present. The 10th'Mrs. Askew McLucas: (Mary Ba ,

ron Johnson Mr. Kalmar was in It's the Christmas story quietly told refrigerator This was closed with a prayer child.was detained because of her sick ker) of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. I

the Bahamas ona business trip. and the sweet music in the air that ; Don't serve foods that are known The social hours followed with re j I Clyde Hillhouse .Mr. and Mrs. Matt
Daughter Karen in a Sophomore at scan make the day "a day above all to spoil easily. Some o fthe foods freshments and gifts. } Among the Durable Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth
1 s food on the Tuten June McLeod Hancock of
Emory. others. that need special attention are dinner table I
S. S. 1 chicken turkey mildly-cured ham A letter this week from Loraine were- Albany .Margaret :Mitchell Long,
1. Mrs.
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"Christmas marks the only time "0 you beneath life's crushing 'lunch meat seafood potato salad Kiefer tells of the Christmas program and dumplinfis. "'A Clardy's d chicken ofOcaloHazel Odom of Lake City
___________ ___ other salad-type mjxtures, and in her church in Lexington .
dumpling left. k. 1't
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: inifJi I cream-filled baked goods; such as Ky. "Christmas for Christ" it is 2 cups plain flour G:>>IO:I' fii .7:2a.I'_' '-7Jl ,0i7Ii'IiI'' at'-J.tiRur.: :: ...

i I custard pies .cream puffs and called. "We are asked to' bring; all 2 teaspoons baking
'eclairs. our offering on that day which will 1 teaspoon salt powder

j! Dw.Vt let a lot of different people then be prorated to the'Lottie Moon 1 tablespoon
M'xUi7iiS 4r I bring food to the gathering. You Christmas', offering. Orphanages. 3 cup of milk
a" the church.
should be sure of its sanitary preparation %cup milk :.r .
' I and service. Accept no covered Mix and store in
home-canned meats and vegetablesMilk with a red cloth and in the center over night. refrigerator xt
and other the Bible. 'The choir sings soft music Roll thin cut to t
icc cream dairy 'short
[ should be handled withspecial and the minister reads portionso strips and drop in with the
; t. products stewing chicken St
{ a % rk care. These foods must be fthe Scripture from timet o time. time-cook, covered a few pieces at a ,, ,

refrigerated. Mi>k should be servedin Everyone in the building marchesby .Sweet
potato cookies ,. .
and lays their 0
individaulized cartons. offering on the ;
table. ,: Mrs. Ray Morgan White Springs ."I
i ..
Acid juices should nevr be kept in I .2 cups cakked ,
I Loraine sends she does : mashed sweet pota- ?
galvanized containers. I as each ]f toes. .- i "
year a portion of her tithe to the '. May ,
I All raw foods should be washed 1% .
Lottie Moon offering thro the Lydia cups sugar '. \. ..., ,
thor-ugaly to be sure they are free. 3 eggs .. .
of harmful chemicals. No insect Circle here. "I will be thinking ouch f %plus milk ) joy
cup J
I, of you" she wrote. f
should be used while foodis -
sprays I ,, 3tablesspoon flour _' fill .'
being prepared'o*' served. ,,,1 stick of .
Rev .and Mrs. Hubert Hendley, oleo or butter ,
Don't prepare food too far in ad and three ,''grated rind .
children. Sharon David o forange 1 .
vance. You may save time-but and Johnathan left ,on cookie your_" .
ta50n'.5 I I Friday for i pleace,in center 3 ,
t'you may spoil food. It is better to Rightsdale Pennsylvania where or 4 pecan halves t : home

Jbe safe than sorry. Rev. Hendley wfl be pastor ,of a Mrs. Morgan entere dthis to the

|' No one with Sores on his hands Baptist Church. They go first for a '' Florida Power Orange. "Co test and
ttttinct :
: I. : ''dishes arms or face should handle food, short visit with the mother to Nash several years ago. '... "
silverware. .
or .
wile Ga. Then to have a White i SS.t -,

Sending you; all/ Adequate dishwashing: facilities I Christmas up the country.: 3.: Fig Cake -Mrs.'. A. 1. Denton h tart.
i should be provided. It takes hot V
. If cup shortening :'" '.
the season's best water soap and sanitizing agent to Mrs Maude Havener who teaches 1 Cup sugar 13tS3 ,
,, do the job. Paper service should \. ;
adult Education in Jennings Aava er.4 I Cup milk '. S
be used whenever possible. !, tea 'to their honor 2 eggs ,
..! wishes for astir Tuesday, Dec. JL -
tl ..
b ,
10, it was an enjoyable affair for f % Tspoons bakinfis powder t
The Christmas Fair of HamiltonCounty I'I the twenty adults. 'Ittcup of flour "
and cheer.
:. :, happiness Demonstration Clubs I' V cup ground raisins .

was a pleasant success. Lamar Smith of U.:S. Navy is at I % cup ground nuts. ,

.".'.4 .. The handwork of different clubs home for
.. I' the holidays. He is at aMix Bake i nlayers. Put together
was on disp'lay-much of differentclubs tioned in Virginia but until a short with > .

\ was on display-much of it ,time ago was in the Canal Zone.:!1 package ground dried figs- '

v '. was sold. He had seen Virginia Davis downthere. I j I % cup sugar t. ; -*
:- k ALBRITTON BROS. ,i V4 cup water. Cook on low heat Mitchell MillingCo 'Apeace *
I Mrs. Stella Williams brought her I j:i until a paste.

kindergarten in to see the dissplay Mr and Mrs. Frank Hancock5&S5&5Sfe'ifeS : Spread on layers and sprinkle ... .
Tractor Company AND "
I ... with coconut. ..?
-_ __ _n __ __ __ ___ !1 t f: On the top layer sprinkle some-
Live Oak FO 2-2381 :'thing' in candied fruit to make Itgayy Jasper Stock Yards .,. ,

] '' for Christmas.

1 1I 1I j,i This cake recipe doubled sserve

iiiriTfI ;u 1I I I I forty. 1:

a LWJAWW II I-- j I!I A Christmas note came from

I I I Jean Patton Dugan of Plainwell, 1h17


,i Tho far away theese Jasper folks

PROPOSED TELEVISION TRANSMISSION I ;I:think'Christmas kindly of other days at ; ;

ORDINANCENOTICE I ; :Madge Buckels Cook sends greet-

I' ings fron1Birnrlngharn. { .
is hereby given that the City Council of the City of I 496H

Jasper' Florida has passed on the first reading a proposed City The Reid.' Greens write from
Ordinance entitled as follows: J 1k j I j
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meet around one common mercy






ii : 1/ : mother was the sister of Mr. Jerryi ,
I Smith Sr.)) writes from WIndcmere.


I J; We won't be i yr

TING SAME." .. !irons at Camp Kennedy. They were
I j''I with us last year.
I .

-5 and that 'a Public Hearing will be had and held upon the I I Cards' come from far and near.

posed Ordinance at the City Hall in Jasper, Florida at*its pro-I remember with ave the mean It's the wonder and spirit of'Christmas

Council meeting Monday evening, January" 8, 1964 at 7:30 ing of this season. May it bean ': \ and from my heart I wish love honor
them 'Good Cheer". May ,
at which the public will be heard for or against the final passage '

of said proposed ordinance and that final passage of said proposed inspiration to .your. family. Jane and C..B. Harrison. write t... -; and thankfulness abide
ordinance win be considered at such time and i Ii.11
place and
from California. Marywil Hunter in home this Ynle.J.W.McALPIN .
that the said proposed ordinance nas been posted on the bulletin Crason. BakerviHe California 1 jour. .1 E

board of the City Hall for at least one week'prior to the said date writes :
\.11 a newsy note of her family J .: e } 1
of said Public Hearing. 1 iL 19C3McMULLEN 'i A letter came from Cora Lowery :; .
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1 Dated at Jasper. Florida ,this 18th day. of December 1963 ,'Gleason of Pittifield, Mass: tellingof : .. .
i her aproachingmarriage Dec. .
,-- I t 28 to Mr. Edwin R. Sine. They will i L4 t..
R.: H .FISK. City Manager FOOD BANK Inc. leave Jan. 12, for Florida where :
I ,
I II I they oil live In the winter and to
i LILLIAN L, BEMBRY. City Clerk -I Your Meat Curing and Locker Plant New Jersey for the summers. Cora

I LIVE OAK Gleason bas many friends who will ,

I rejoice at her happiness.

Floy KcEachera of Gainesville i



Decembers. 20, 1963 .. ,.. I T," II.E.J:. y... '1.. A S P.E, .1\. 4 1.-$-,W s--. e J-A.S- PERF._- ':,-.. L-O. --RJ I D A -- -

.'. -. ..- ,-.-...'"..... -"..,.. .. -- Iahda Logan, iSobye Mizell: Louise feor.- r
_. CIi.n erCttiT519S%X.... I, Strickland/ Monroe "TamePiece '
day, J I .Some o fthe renditions sang by I : 4e j} ii'5.
: 5per
.. < ; Marvin Postell. -EdwardHawkins .
melodious'voiced <
this were
that GETS the JOB DONE i :.. I." SOYG r. .: ''Kermeth A. .. .
Presented 'Lee'> .Choir. ; soloist. llumphp "0 Come EntanueL" "Go, Tell it, J. :' ..::- tJr "D' bI.'Lo1.-t:' r:' "bFrida .- '
'by J. IV : U
s.i .t! : GVe1') Y -iJ
'L .. .. ... t-....- ... w- -"'.. ; -'!: _"The, X. Ifc: .E. .ee Jiigh-.'School I II irrY.' .:1niri'b.'n: Holdenj XtfcodrowLurh'Jjkin ys. e'Sayrnore :- On-the, Mountain "Mary's Tuiilaby I Second Glass PostagefPaid# gat JaspenFlorida; ',if
I ,"Silent Night" 0 Holy Nlehf
Choir its Christmas Con-
presented "
cert' Sunday .December 15r; -196& at' .arid> r.Jamfes'Sowell'.. : '- -- ','-,.'/ ? "-c. "Oonous Song Praise Ye'TeLord" : .*."' *-- fri SUHscriptTqjis i Strictly In Adyan ** ,' ...
.Martin Black played twp.trum- Come Unto Hkn" God-Rest. J>$$3.00 i irilHarmlton County::'
.-. -_ tip< rxm.. in.the-school's cafetertunv;; ; : .4.00 Ojtsicfi of Gountj;!
,-; gbe I Choir; ,,members that partici'paten pet, solos "Upon the Housetop and ,,Ye Merry Gentlemen Lovely J.tangel" -}{ .y; .Card? f Thanlcs:'. . .'\.lt $1.00 MmimtTm
( Bells. To the World and We wish
"Jingle Joy
euT HEP.CS ONE Fannie Brinson Jen- "
WELL,M/Et/ 4 w irraE YES- were
HOW PIO'YDO THut4:: i ALVrAYS ReAD t nett:,' Gandy, Mans Gatline AnneHoweD The program was divided into You a Merry Christmas. f.- Telephone SYcamore; 2-6331.
,| SPEND YOUR I WWS TIME.WWLS AWAYSENT. ?HOSE t.1SSEQS NIJ {NtD.fT ATt3K'T-fiCilat THE' --, Blanche h ow ell-Soloist, ;four parts. The first part expressed :Mr. M. Saunders PrincipalMr. : Mr:N'.an Mrs. Rotiert: Ehlert Editors and Publishers

'READtHG RCTIOHLow ACVEtiZTISEMFNtSj OFL Juanita Jackson, soloist, Betty Sey welcome the..secend triumph the : W S Turner, Pianst i
j r paESUrne ? more soloist Erlene Smith; Gloria third praise..and the, fourth great Mrs. G. J. Allen Directors .
l Stewart Minnie BelL. Dora Bradford ;-

1.. GASCO: Julia Cato, Christine.Claridyr I .
a.UN 1t'OF'1HEIRi Fannie Daniels,' Thelma UowelMinnje O..r isfaf rs re C ftiJ"rino- ..,.

i \\IOHDERFVt.. ERYaaI Jackson Henlen. James, \i

I H. rIron Fisted; Civil 'Rights Bill \.,

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In a way a person must takeoff amending the bill's definition oi Moreover this bill gives-as desk with an ash tray ia an effect -
Price, $6.95 NIGHT PHONE his cap to the. Administration "Interstate commerce" from the original bill did not--the te *oji fte\"raltr**.!* procedure.

:"" ',:, icoTcamore for the way it has-bandied the traditional concept:and by power for the Attorney Generalto : Later* the e&aimiap. was
J" PER CYLINDER '" : .-civil rights'legicjation, The,bill broadening the federaliFEPC institute on his 'own :motion to aBei *& ftvHs: dt&feet.
,. i. t CASH ON DELIVERY 23001HOLLOWAY'S... now pending the House .of to cover the new definition.It school integration guts, t.ubfacility Fri He Mid it had been! "fereed"
-"-'f. Representatives fa,, by far, is worth noting the bill aufhorizes suits, and federal financial upon him but he did ,net( say
F4 more severe th'an its predesces- ten, million dollars a year assistance suits, not only by whom
/ sors, yet the people believe it for the federal FEPC..to hire against individuals but against This was done in "executive
is a more moderate offering, a federal inspectors to police states and local governments as session," which mean the press
"Watr-down". version: And business. well. In doing: so, it gives to andl public were exeteded
f1 teat: -bjr 'ally measure, is no one man a power which has While this action was taking
;Y mean trick, making black into And thebill's provision which never before existed; previously place, a professional workerfor
Y2 51 8 white war in'o would bring the American educational these ,
S peace. as to matters, the At- the minority group pressingmore
t. J HOUUOWAV' F.v.: ( hlosty. system-public and torney ,Central: could only intervene forcefully for this bill,
ti ql;, private-under the control of
material restrictionand
_ Tn private suits. stood outside the comm..ittee's
every penalty that was incorporated the Federal government that closed door and cried to
this! of the bill be Under the '/"'sir containedin
I in the firstbill is to provision can p ters MB people "sold
were being
be found.in. the legislation now sold as "moderate" or some- this bill people can be deni- out."
under consideration. Moreover thing less meaningful than any ed the: right of trial by jury
Yet it has been sold to the Sold out, indeed.Coneomitantly .
new powers have been grantedthe previous proposal is, indeed, a
Attorney General. mas'erful stroke of political American people as a "moder the Attorney
magic. ate", "watered-down". bill. General issued statements to
y rl What changes have been the press that the bill now be
How could it have been? The
made and many have been For that la precisely what this fore the committee was &
answer to that makes enlightening
r' I made are to be found primarily civil rights bill will do; it will "more moderate version" than
in the bill's accommo- allow the President to. control the earlier bill tint it was a

da+:ions section. the placement of pupils in local When, on October 29, the "watered down" version.

s; The Administration struck: schools it.will allow him to ap House Committee on the] Judiciary Since it was impossible for

w> > 0 1 -.r for instance i ,.. the provisions prove the faculty, censor text- met to, pass or reject th'e anyone-even committee mem-
which would 'have forced integration books and change sudy: courses Subcommittee civil rights bill it bers-to question the substitute

MERRY CHRISTMASand on doctors lawyers and The alternatetive !would be loss had under consideration, the measure, the press and the
such. And ft has changed the of all Federal aid. The child chairman offered out of hand public had only the Attorney
BEST WISHES meaning of the language dealing who eats a "free" Federal a 56page substitute which most General's unsubstantiated press
with a Federal FEPC. lunch under this bill must also of the committee members hadseen releases that the bill was more

Zr ."f Consider these alterations. study Federally approved curri- for the first time only "moderate" than its prediees-
In excluding doctors and culum as it pertains to races minutes before. He instructedthe sor

tu: King Hardware Co. lawyers, the sense of the bill and religion Under this bill members no amendments to Whether this was a true presentation .
a .-- wasn't changed at all. All that 'if the President or an appropriate i it could be offered no discussion of the measure whether .

1 Jim and Rachell Martin happened is that two elements Federal agency believeS.a would l allowed, no ques- it came on all fours' tan
; -two obstreperous, elenjents social studies book is inaccurate tions either asked or answered onl ybe resolved in the mindsof

.... x of the economy have been left in matters of race or re- Then he told the clerk to read the people. But there can be
IJsr off the hook. The bill's meaning ligion. Federal aid can be with th'e bill. Hurriedly, the clerk no question the bill is the most
for the 'rest of the people re drawn from the'sehool making did so;,the chairman had .a vote !revolutionary legislation sub-
mains. Use of the textbook whether rattled off and peremptly said mitted to Congress since the

Christmas x And the change in the FEPC such school be public, private the bill had received a do-pass. Force Bills of &e Reconstruction .
Derry is certainly much more encom- or parochial. Nor is the power During much of this action, era, and is neither moderate -
passing then previously, not contained! in this bill a purely committee members were on nor "watered down". It Is

otherwise. Now, nearly every negative power. Those which their feet sh'outing for recognition far stronger, harsher and more
business is covered ,whereas *n have already accepted Federal denouncing the chair stringent than the subcommittee
May good times and ", '.... the earlier bill only businesses funds, in some instances can man's highhandedness as un- proposal for which it was
\. accepting federal financial assistance be compelled by th'e threat of precid nted-as indeed it was substituted without consideration -

make ;, ': were included. This foreclosures and blacklisting, to One committee raetoh&r went eo debate or opportunity to
good friends your :Q change' ,was accomplished by meet the new standards. far as- to repeatedly! .bang1 the amend. _.
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I would.have -,:you to"*top. here .. .r even faith to xwrfc. cl- ( Go:*,,a.1thaughezformed J'GocX Tjjr"faHh'in.CfaistasimanyfoCjsu '7esa..rcr I fhosa who ate: Juit/Oilidans: only those who.have obeyed
1:3 Spiritual' $ ;( ( rist: say that.)'Wtfle.a::saved Indivual, l by Jinan let us I : as-have: beeii baptized ...irture .oftheir'obeying vae 7J21 Hen 5:8-9. ''.- *
_It'.f r *-.u but"fiochlsnoTthe case and sad!to read John 6:2 29'""Then'said'theyunto into Christ have put on identical words,of those in the Kenneth Xl Thomas, Box 22$
Nothing is taught more emphati-be in Christ to receive any spiritualblessing. say live and die in the condition;.of him what.shall"we:do'that.we I Christ.*"* ''Then-Jtomans-6 '"Know century. And this is the ings, Florida. .EvangeHst
cany than the fact that' "one must The blessings of forgiveness faith belie' g't iyfYare in a saved might; work the vworksv of. ,Godt'lye not, thatfeo-many of us as-were Oak'Grove Church of Christ
religious division. All "d
of sinsJ'of..esstrfS&e" into the relationsbip i&O den in reality,resusanswered*them qnd said unto baptized into Christ have been:baptized a.1. ,
Jdngdom or cht& jl i blessings them This is the work.pi: 1! into his death." tions a different
_.- they neverijfentered Quist at God that[. '
i would
not an be
!t.fi : -: ;ot prayer to the Fatber. through thispont.e: ye believe on) him whom ,he hath J I I At this point one is simply a they one yet
-. ,'" ,(Christ and finallyj&rm&i important i1s .s I:sent." So faith necessary to out: salvation Christian nothing more .nothing win not accept one from one: 1 f
Let to the words of the
," of. now go I say-sayer
the : life .
bless* ; eternal inspired writer jjmes and see if is a work performed by man'les|'. s. He Is a member of the Lord's to another without they obey I
with God an41( e host"'of,Heaven faith alone is' sufficient. Jas. 2:24"I!yet a work of God.So we learn that:1 church, having been,added to it by particular rules of admittance.
: ''
,'throughout cfe'iliy' "in!dill belong, onlyto Ye see -then bOw that by works a even after we have done all that we'God himself. Acts 2:41& 47, Col 1: so happy I am a member of
S63 those'wl4:'are: : Christ. man is justified ,and not by faith i can do .we are still unprofitable ser:I I InI4"Ibis saved individual will not .church and no one was given
I Since this is true ,all who are not only." and ,again Jas. 2:19 "Thou I vants. Luke 17:10 and, must admit then join some man made denomin-' opportunity to vote as to my
in Christ should be1 very :earnestly believest that there is one God; :that we are saved by the mighty I nation .because he is already a of man still adds to the
.seeking to find how the Bible teaches -.thou doest. well: the devils also be-',grace of God. Eph. 2:8. But we also!''member' of the Lords Q arch. If I mittance. God who knows the
one theo way into Christ wher learn that this grace is sufficient to this action were taken by all, soon
'all spiritaul Blessings abide. Many lieve and, tremble.: But wilt thou i:I save all men who will obey the the religious{ division in the world those who are saved .and the
know 0 vain that faith with- ''I
:who are very much religously in-I man commandments cf God. Titus 2 J1- would melt away. But when one
i i dined and attend;: some form of out works is dead? Was not Abraham -,]2, H Pet. 3:9. 'r joins a particular denomination he ---- ""- -.a
,worship weekly are net in Christ, our Father justified by works,i 1 Now since faith wrought with is then setting himself apart from .
beecause they have'followed the teachings when he had offered Issac his son works makes faith perfect,!
the altar? Seest thou how that I our
upon I
of and not of God. I
man what are the works of God after YULETIDE CHEER
faith wrought with his works and
Matt. 15:8-9.Christ
( : saidyVThis people faith which puts one into Christ
drawetn and by works was faith made per-S'Well, learn
nigh unto me with their we that faith cometh
mouth ,and honoreth:me-with their feet? But some will object and,!)by hearing the word of God. Ro 10: -::. -'
(Clips;,but 'their*';keart.,Is far from say that we are giving man all1' of 17, so after hearing the word and : .
'me.But in vain*tbey,do worship me the credit and DOe to God. If we say i attaining this desired faith, we are' a J. .. ) 1'1'I;
teaching for doctrine'the command than man must do something to be convicted that we were living- contrary ,' 'ft\ .... ,
merits, of men So here we learn saved. But is such the case? Certainly \ to the commandments of God, I :: 'v. ,
; not! And will the ;
same advo-
I that contrary to the thinking .of >\this causes us to be sorry and the:
,many:;there.is such a:thing as vain! cate deny- that 'man must have\\l[apostle Paul says that godly sorrow I .-
faith? well
Nor nowve our
j jworketh I
repentence unto salvation
i(Worship. Christ has'said that true
j worshippers. ,must worship the point that the works necessary to 2 cor. 7:10 and Christ says in Luke I
,Father in spirit 'and In: truth for:salvation are not the works of man I]13:3 Except repenTye shall all I I
for which he could boast, but thestorks "
;likewise perish. To
I the' Father seeketh suchto. ;worship repent
of obedience to God for
shim John 4:23-k' ally means to change, "one's liter-I
I 4 I which none can boast, because 'I Faith is the.'first: I
i important; step
With every good :into-Christ and-in drawing'nigh: to l happy to confess the sweetest name I
,God who is thegiver of'all spiritual ever uttered. The name of the I
wish for a holiday !blessings, we read,in Hebrews. .*11:6 Christ who died for us!land without I Vi tir
season of happiness. |But without faiuVit is impossible this confession there is no hope of K I'J
to please him, for he that comeih salvation from past sins, or salvation -
to God, must believe'that-he is, and eternally notice Rom. 10:10
i that he is a rewarder: of them that Acts 8:37, Matt 10:32. Upon this:
''diligently good confession one may then obey;
Xedge) Duke Furniture Co. seek him: then ChristI .
says in John 8:24 "Ftor unless ye be the action which concludes on'e entrance I r-- ...
Jaspeu I lieve that I am he ( the Son of God) i into Christ the action of' .f r .
ye shall die in your sins." Many baptism the new birth into the family I' It "\ i
I IiI I of God the church of the living :
::" :J : : I I God John 3:3-5.: This action of baptism times good
j must be immersion beneath I I i t MaY good .
I 1S63 memonesmae
the water as Christ was burned : r
.' < *_ :.. and
and must be a roEurrection .as {Mends gnIas hapPY
Christ was raised and walking in : '. True, CHristmas : a 4o
?; your \
t newness of life ,as Christ did and and cnet\sh. '!:
was to return to the heavenly be with .'-' { remember
F peace youInosf ,
LII f Father in that eternaj bode of all .. cme .
/ -
I\ H z: the saints. Paul puts the finish Holy time. '" -

ing touches on our lesson and proof I iI; '
I + enough for aH who are honest en- -

nough to admit it that one must I I '!.'x .' 1963
% 1
be baptized into Christ to receive

I any of the spiritual blessings which 1 GUY McGHIN Dan Braswell and Family
God has provided for the faithful.I
Let us read in conclusion GaJations
32627. For ye are aD,children of 1 !D -
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.Friday,December 20.J363() ".. _' THE.. JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA _

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s Churches Plan, For ::Christmasc .. .... i*. : .
-.' The regular meeting of"'the Board of Directors of'.the Hamilton! :
'c* .'":"- community Chris'.mas: .,Fenaled'The: Glory County Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evening December 9, '
.". .. -' '.., 1963, Iu the Chamber office Jasper, with the following present: ;
of The,.... staiJ..i. will be presented. .by" -th'c!",I".Churchcs. : crorsratins. .in.-. Santa Deas, Thomas Bridges .Itauce, Andrews Watkins Saunders Jr.
,. thf 'on" Billy Jones Harry Chandler.n gene Adicks*Pete Deas Guy'McGhin, r 't :
*Jape> Ministerial\ Alliance December"22 at 7:30 p.m. ,
"\. ._f,> C.-E. Courtcy, Dr. William Kyper, R. H. Flsk, and James G. Black Jr. Ys .
Vin the 'Jasper First Eapt'st Church. Choirs of the Baptist
:;1" """ .. The meeting was called to crder by the President: Tiiomas Bridges.Copies .
and..Methodist, t Grarchs have been worltirs: : hard to present .
V ;- : I" of the minutes of the previous meeting and financial:report
.thein>art of the s_nice. which_ is sure, : ts bo.enjoyable! and were given to those present and upon motion by Billy Jones seconded
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by Watkins Sanuders .were approved as presented. /
inspirational.>Harvey Oehlert Jr.. is director .and Theresa
">-,X -x- W*;f :<aytor. ,, 3jXie to the fact that J. L transferred :
..7 -'" ** ::Collum has been out of the
organist. :-:
*" '* '.*Jo f County, a vacancy new exists 03 the Board of Directors. Mr Rance
Individual churches throughout" the..county. are also. Andrews advised that he had followed through as requested at last
.. "' ;f"'r month's meeting f and had contacted AftC.. R. Watson, new District t
scheduling special services in observance of the Birth of
Manager of the Florida Power Corporation, and asked him to serve on
Christ. ", the Board. Mr. Watson indicated his willingness to serve if appointed
Upon motion by Rance Andrews, seconded by Billy Jones, which unani //I7Atff" !'! I
(piously carried, Mr. C. R. Watson was appointed as a Director cf the t .
Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce to serve until the next gen-
LiSH eral election at which. time the term of J. L. CcUum will expire. _
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P att your Mr. Bridges spoke, stressing the important part which Evans
Building-Products has played in our community. It was the unanimous _S
LOCAL STORES feeling of,the group that we should pay tribute to them by expressing t
in some way our,appreciation for their business interest in our county ', .1 ,
and for the part they play in our community. '. t v ao., hNY
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promised, I publicly set forth my platformand

shall pursue it with determined effort if elected '. .;: I

your Councilman. : : ,(1tt :To all good friends whose friendship .

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.I will work for and support: \ ,/ ". .meanssOseaSons, v greet :

l.A municipal Youth Center. It is.. better to build :. ,::. ;ings. MSj BlrTfiTOim Sa happy one.. '. ,

character than mend bones. ,', .. !
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2. Repeal of the City Ordinance whereby citizens
Jasper will have the right and privilege to ELECT f i

THE' CHIEF OF POLICE Si First Federal Savings; and Lffan

\ 3. Prompt repair and continued maintenance of all w "
.streets in the City of Jasper. : .v We tope that dada gtI s holiday Association of Live 'Oak : : \

you enjoy may festive boars frithypfj '
"'4. An itemized monthly report as to:all receipts and ..:.=-- SOS EAST HOWARD STREET PHONE FO2-S433 LIVE OAK
Christmas all.
disbursements in our*City! Government.; 0 I I. MEMBER OF FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM AND" '.
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r 1 Salary of each employee and of the'City purchases? IQeOO. .. THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CON?.
:r and the subsitution" of the word,'Miscellaneous replaced 1963.. OFFICE' HOURS : 8:30 to 3:00 Mon. Tuea., Wed., and FrL : ;
Thursday 8:30 a.m..to U:30 p.m.; Saturday a so'to 1 pm.SHOP.
by actual l expense etc. "% \
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5. Modern Fire for ,welt:. REPORTERS
Fighting equipment our
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trained and dedicated fire department Mrs. Virgie Hyman, Lois,Zipperer -J---4'- ??:" "tr- Aw.J"'J.t". ..7.tIf

6. Favoritism shown toward no individual but unselfish Mary Collins Ray Nell BurnettUV1EkIJYCHRJSTMAS FROM\

effort to serve our entire city. vffuumnnEE
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I 7. City Co-operation with all organizations and in- VAU.EV Dai R iiS'' YOUR CAR!

dividuals in pursuit of industries for our City and

County. . . Courteous Salesladies

I will not promise you what I fan accomplish, -Q lYE 4*, ; -- To Serve You
BUT, I do promise my efforts will come second to,. .
none in striving to help build JASPER, A BETTER ( ( \ .; S We Produce and Process
CITY IN WHICH TO LIVE! .; V 11III( Your own Milk direct from

1963 our own farmsMILK -
Your Candidate and Servant

R For City Councilman 't' .. .....M'.. A FULL DAY FRESHER |!
.... To faithful
... Sincerely, I
,' ::1: :. '. James "Jim" G. Black Jr. Ii'tii old z friends FARM FRESH FOR NATURAL FLAVORGOLDEN'

A ......-..?.r4fwVVVVVVVVVVVVVV 1 ,, S we send ourbest

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OAK LIVE OAK Out Store will close all day Christina sDay

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to know the .meaning of the: -; i 6"U.... l." ''' k--:"" !',eras '"held in *eEtyight.countfes! 'land' cotton: pari ity 'piice of J'

..- iYoyou: : ---I\VOuistaasL':', Jl usually WOIit\| \ .... : @n Illn S:DJ .-1 l tt a MafeWtg in the State where Upland cotton 15, 19&I.

I IJI' :\ ,? L Powell coo. as the the Christ observance child. We'might dJ the ;:: Senior: Chatter i-. :i Quotas ApprovedFlorida ,1 acreage-,'..allotments The g'l'OIi\-ma.Voting Dave.: .been establishe in- and Marketing rice were quotas also approved for BLS by cotton substantial

by M I I
: : the word into its two syllables and : ing quotas by the 'necessary two- a Nationalbasis.
Christmas is almost here. Everyone farmers have approved majorities on a
"* I Imarketing i
would have Christ-mas. We I thirds majority. In Hamilton County -
y. t Once again we approach the Sorely, we should is real excited. There is a .
/ might think of this as Christ and quotas toT'the 1964 crop 90 percent of the voters were
Christmas: season with an its activities all..seek bo learn feeling of in the crisp air. I'
,\the abreviation "Mas" for Master secrecy 'of Upland cotton Emery Williams in favor of the quotas.
} and significance. Perhaps and teach our We had our class'Ouistmas party .
more good will and happiness is children the true.and come, p'with a "Christ Mas Thursday afternoon.:. Everyone.Jiad-; Approval of the quotas by'cotton
this significance o fChristinas. ter. Sometimes we may see the means that (1) quotas with
shared and enjoyed during sea a good time.I has announced.I growers
word written Many people
eon than at any other time during ti3 4 It is sure hope that everyone has a penalties on excess cotton from
I do pint like. to use this form orexpression The preliminary returns from thee
ji know how
to I
the year. We.even notice' that permission for Christmas but when nice time over the Christmas holi growers referendum held in Dec- farms where the allotment is ex-

)is being'granted this year different of the countries world ,! we think of the "X" as a cross and days.We ember 10 show that 92.9 percent of ceeded will be in effect for the e
For the people* of West Berlin to observe Christmas that the cross .is thought of in connection are proud of the victory over jthe fanners voting in the State in 1964 crop and (2)) price support: to
.visit their' relatives behind the Berlin and the with Quist; then even White Spring sit was a real close(favor of continuing quotas for the growers who do not exceed their
Wall into ''communist East BerHa :- the form "Xmas" begins to take on game. We are proud of the Senior j964 crop year. Nationally more farm allotments will be at the full h1.I
for the first time since the wait many counter parts that even Santa'significance- When we seek to get baskeall girls and boys.So than 9 5percent of the voters favor- level available. The marketing

was erected. It Is quite' significantthat I Claus may have in different partsof first hand information on any topicwe long for now. See you after"led upland cotton quotas. The program quota penality on "excess" Upland S I-
this is to be :I cotton will be 50 fthe Up-
permission grant the world. We might even seek seek to go to primary source the Christmas Holiday. regulations require that at\ percent o
>ed at Christmas time: material. For the origin and true least two-thirds of all the ...
growers .EtE:. .. :? :. .:;.r- .
of Christmas would
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J:need to go to the Bible. Here iri EDWARD F. ALMAND Jr. t:are to be ineffect, The referendum "

I You 'tit !each of the gospel stories of the COMPLETES BASIC TRAINING aw.

II I New Testament we would get the Edward F,_ Amend Jr., son of\- ac 1963 .
setting]',and the story ,of the First Mr. and Mrs.. E. f\ Almand of

F A 1(.r.Christmas bIt to get the large unfolding ,.Route .1, Lee Florida completed, .. Si ..
I story and significance of .basic.training.. December 6, at the i S
Christmas one would need to reac Naval l
Training Center San Diego .
$ 11 all !of: both the Old and the New Calif. WITH I .t.
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i Merry Chnist'mas \ Testament.: j ... ..
The nine-week training includes |: EVER:
We might ask where is the proper
place for one and to learn I naval orientation history and organ 1
jjHappy Ii jj I fzation ,seamanship oridance and' f
And A J of the true slgnifiance of Qthstmast -' t
gunnery military drill physical
Is Is not the job of the school},
to,attempt to teach about the personal fitness first aid and survival. I i
New Year I 'spiritual1 convictions that l9 63 /dt
1 i one Durng the training recruits receive -
i IShould have about Christ or Christ tests and interviews which
This is an area reserved for 1 determine their future assignmentsin ,
the exclusive, domain. of the home the Navy. Upon completing the 1I\ // .
MALLORY TUTEN \ and:the church. What happens in I program they are assigned to service -I S
these two Institutions will deter- schools for technical instruc- .
mine the future of Christainity in t tion or to ships and stations of ron- -

Mallory, Maybelle I I\the world. However we can all [the job training in a Navy rating JOYOUS Ah
,. b1 I seek to exemplify in our daily lives I speciality. .4i
'. the meaning and spirit of Christmas ;
OTenny i 'Lou, Irene;' :-i))1I as it relates to itself good will 1 Naval training produces the t :4;, I

r and fellowship>{ towards our fellow power in seapower by supplying NOEL

Kevin Kirfey 'i'iB g Christmas has 1.i qualified personel to man the- 4* ol ( 'Yt
I man. traditionallybeen [ships .aircraft and shore stations of I
I known as a season of good (today's ,Navy. I II I II
will among men. Many of the great i l I It I
( c tt K9 ] s a xi K&% $sn r 8Q B KTo xrss'ds! sl' s xt II .5
of the have I I
wars ages come to a

Ci r 1 2 fI I halt on Christmas Day in order that t to: his fellowman a cordial and i.II .
[soldiers, might observe the
nativity genuine spirit of good wilLV I
; :'of the Chest child. How important r
I \ deem} a real privilege. and 1 i
I )i Jf is(: that .we as individuals might ,
,. pleasure to have the opportunity. The wonderful spirit
seek to lay aside our selfish interestpet _
CNRJTM4 4' to work with and for all students,
peeves, and petty dislikes and school that premed the manager
; :teachers county officalst)
} to truly extend our neighbor and all
W a'joyful
'!parents and other school friends ou all ??
: mankind a genuine spirit of good I''tin Jasper and throughout.the jcounty. V mIlirY is ours 10. sha gain.
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will during this the Christmas holiday.
sea-' We want to take this opportunity i ; .\ is
son. How fine it be
IlY" would to extend -
to extend to every one of you our
same l.Jl&F.
fine'spirit throughoutall
sincerest wishes that have
: : you may
the year. When to
we come
every joy that Christmas bring
analyze just who our friend and I and that Wises Drug Store B.. HARRELLAuto
you may;hayej a.happy sang I
just who our erjemyis what does :! ;
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4 joyous New Year ands tnatteyeWjgood and Property Insurance
.t it mean? Does \ft,ncitll'Swo' to blessing mix come' I I i
I yourthroughout h2.Ji-! : :
form, ,a friendship; and doe\it notalso ,*: :
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take at leas]Jwp,Jo ..form. at) ._ r
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c enemyship'. 1.( YQ.\$ ( Ieas4! ,After alre 'Jj.. ..i. : Ii-':' '* 1/ __ -" :::

.'. 1 th _is"tbe \endWho theme tWE'j
? .YI .4Jt Uy, he>>r>on wto I .5 1
i isdgwg.Ihe thinking. and; the contempiating t I
i or_ is the other fellow! Y 'With'i

.. .It '!Is"so: gasp to' throw: the monke' ; \ >%febkes Fofiffffiggest Mot S&lful' Year 55

on the other fellow's back when heis < ; xa
I' -and should; be riding our own). __

It. would be well indeed if everyman .
:,- e x"'... .' I"A .' .': could do a great,deal of, soulsearchlrig ] 4 "
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'and see cif-ht has .
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: Totally new panel
( greet !llS' new style and driving ease 70%
S bigger glove box. Optional power

4 ,.; and best ishes.Jerry .; Falcon I Buys:! ti available.steering >and i# air conditioning: now

... ".. have enjoyed i i -
....Ji .friendship : .
your .... We Ford Dealers are completing our BIGGEST ,;

-i.: ;and hope, to beof sales year in history. and the '64 Fords are
Smiih's Gulf Station service during'tile .. :. .
more popular than ever. To. celebrate we are \ -
New Year. "'"-'f.
Jasper offering money-saving BIG, YEAR" FALCON
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H : Choice of 4 transmissions including
i : t and I let u3'sh6w/ you how we will save you more. America's only fully synchronized
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1954 '.I on'a '64 Fltebn:: !, .

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1a J .A Brand.new grille highlights
JI Falcon totally new exterior
styling. Those new bumpers are
kr I of tougher stronger steel.

JJ I 'I / Brawny big-c r toojdNw '

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.J' We've': changed everything but the traditional Falcon economy.
I There's smart new,big-car styling,inside and out.Wider rear tread -
; ', and improved suspensions provide the plushest ride ever built
+" < into a compact. Save on service with Twice>Y ar, (or 6.000-mile, )

.. Maintenance, self-adjusting brakes aluminized muffler, rust
;,;)1'.... J..... __ ; resistant galvanized underbody parts. Choose from 17 Falcon .toUrfcxwner.barWut-sum
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eas a joy models for 1964. more convenient: and comfortable.
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-_ : ;THE JASPER NEWS.JASPER.. FLORIDA_ Friday December 20.1963

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,y WHITE SPRINGS'.Tunic wig be dagBg and'Santa.I tiJ ami lto"-..f 1 eirtoiiaJiospilaf / ."'"*' J""
''CteBff. Everyone is weiesti Fi ERS OF PRODECTION CKEBTT IN AREAThese
< pic&ffes were, taken on the occasion) recently of the an-
1' NEWS It t i .

by Mrs.'Mary CoUfna 1 f The Sunday School Christmas
Party wH be. held at the Methodtree
The Community Christmas" i I 1st'Church December 23, at 7 p.m.
party will be held at the Water' The program will be in the Sanctu-
tflower on December 21 at.,3 p.m.'{iary: After the program everyone J-Vws:
I Arm go aver;.to. the Educational
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!" '='iQ.; Building for candy, fruits and gifts PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL ON i
J givep out by Santa Claus.

1ChIStMASe j. f' Sunday night at 7 p.m., Dec. 22, Lanier Hyers .a >a
at the Methodist Church a special Mrs. Virgie Miller
candlelight service will be held. Robert B. Taylor 4 M
!Everyone is invited. Harry BraswellD. Dual meeting of Production Credit Association of Live Oak which

i s R. Kirkman noted their 30th annirersary.Mr. Aubrey Fowler U manager of

The community wishes to express I Mrs. Doris Cowart' the office. At left, seated left to right are J. V. McCall, T. J.
''their deepest sympathy to the Atkinson Miss Brenda Bembry Fletcher, W. L. Bryan, and P. B. Cannon. These four men were on
family in the recent deathof :Miss Lucille Brown the first board of directors of the Association. Standing left to
':Mrs. Nettie Reid
1963 e their mother. Albert Davis col.) g tt right are Honorable Don )Fuqua Lc. W. B. Hovrland. Dr. 3L O.

I I A new Sunday Class will start at Alberta McClain (col.) ) t Watkins Paul C. Breckle Hicks Griffin, Honorable Spessard Holland -
!first Sunday in January at the Me- PATIENTS DISCHARGEDSINCE a U.3. Senator. Picture above was taken before the meetIng .
.. I Ii i ii t t thodist Church' for young adults LAST WEEK: '. at the reception. Standing are J. V. McGaZI and Senator Hoi-

:18 years and older. This class will :Mrs. Lenora Braswell lam W.0prflIts
1;be taught by Mrs. Geraldine Gam :Miss Diane Oardy: --- -- -- -

i ble. I Rhonda, Peacock 1-- Announces
i i Alan Fouraker ,
The M.Y.F. presented a wonderful I Alisa McIntosh "

program for the sub-district on ,John L Taylor 1t!4..... .. < Degree Candidates i I II
Monday night. Afterward, refresh- I.!. Mrs. Linda Stanfonl! ,I

ments were served by the W.s.c.s. i.-Nathaniel Williams";, The _University of Florida announced ,
(This group will also present play I Mrs. Kate HendersonMrs. 836 candidates for degrees, .4 ,
t 1 ;at the Baptist Church Sunday night Evesta R. Loomis :. for theca ferma= jump: of almost I r t,
7 {and again Monday night at the I Miss Nancy McGhin 200 candidates over the fall tri-. J
-Methodist: Church. Mrs. LeGran Holton mester of 1962. The terms ends G tJ
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Letter To SantaP. Mamie Tomlinson II
Ray Baxter f graduates who will receive I
Fred McDonald degrees at the end of the session, TO PRESENT TWO MOVIES TO
O. Box 70 will be formerly recognized at the I! e,a' tr
Julia Clay (col.) )
We appreciate Jasper, Fla annual commencement exercise BIRD AND FOX HUNTERS
Jessie Mae Burgess col.) )
support and December 16, 1963 Olan Dye (col.) ) the University April 19, 1964. x | We have available a 30-minute
:your Dear Santa:
The list of candidates shows 628
sound movie on the training and
I am a good boy nine. I have t
Born to Mr.: and Mrs. John Hal
friendship. students completing work for
great participating of bird dogs in point-
been of the So if i
year. land Holton, a boy, named StanleyGrant
calaurate degrees, 166 for maters'I and This movie s'I
ing hunting.
I j'OU please, I would like for you toI
Holton on December 15
I ,degrees, 41 for doctorate degrees
centered around the National Field |
I bring me a transistor radio, a type :
Hamilton Memorial HospitalMr. i
.: and' one for a specialist in educa- :trials at Junction City, Tenn. Ii I II
MIZELLE. "writer ,a projector and a watch. and Mrs. John Harrell Stan- 3\
tion degree. Also, for all hound and fox hunters j
Please mamma and daddy
PRODUCE. ( bring I ford are parents of a son, John l II I
nice too. The candidate from Jasper is we have a 20-minute movie i
something ;
Harrell Jr., born December 16 in
.. Phone. F02-2286 Friendly Yours, Benjamin Smith Kennedy, B S, son!in sound about the National Fox<
I Hamilton Memorial Hospital
Live Oak Arcell Harris of Mr. and Mrs. C .A. Kennedy of :Hunt centered at Oxford, Miss.,|

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for all farmers and sports minded

1MGCry/ {county individuals in the communityand I z 1 3

a I I Don't forget the place, Vocational -I

Clll ) -_ I II titm3a I High Agriculture The time Building is 7:30 at p.m.Jasper,on I .

Monday, December 23. Everyone .
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l 'Daniels will show the mo ies. ,

I -Reporter, J. L. Robinson L Christmas be .
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r k. I.We have(.11 six CLUB new members'NEWS John I I merry, bright and happy. And

rI Dedge, Kenny Tuten, Billy Tanner,
H ) rj Y.+ Bobby Hickm n. Donald Barfuss :. thank. you for your frien li p.,:
I I and Charlie .Strickland.Kenny I .
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on guns. John Dedge will give,a I
j talk on rocks and arrowheads.
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Louis Webb will say an LEWIS MOTOR\ COMPANY
.1 t p\ (prayer next week. We hope opening\
have a good club this year.
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and our best.vi. ; gifts of happiness, peace and goodwill.

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II of a Famous-DonkeyDonkeyriJoeh [ ; dokE $0034. carjWBtry ,worthwhile them he.hadn't.,-heard of it. That dream-to not go back by Jerusalem: til the danger was\preK Joseph'and 1 I dark and they began to prepare for
., be wajteda wfileJbe| ore returning the Prophesy' had said he would be!am..ten1dng,Herod anything'altho'1'packed their new things and the'the long journey home.' Now they
'DaWd'so tar Nazereth, someone' knocked on borne in :Jerusalem but he hadn't Ibeard I he had requested thenvto tum &'gifts the wise men had given to the were traveling and as the day be-
along'won the house
plodded ot: they had to the door and,there were some rich anything about it, so :the tell hiat'Whar: $he* had found. He new-born child and soon they were came clearer and brighter, donkey:
deringly fcihkiae v y deeplyl'Sar'jq Ito eherrt'waasi Bethlehem c ftto,pay theirs. taking foreigners, there were the wise men had hastenedon their pretended'lie wanted- -worship J[riding away wWf:-, old. faithfullDonkejv Josh I was very thankful and he did
donkeya"ivery;? + proof don] : V miles South ofJerusalem camels and horses- with their: rich journey. :Now they ,had '''arrived, Him, but ire was only a wicked ; Josh bearing his precious!!not know that all down through the
key and6fie- whohad 'and ,
( 'OYa'JSthoughts ; lesg long way trapping filling the street. They Mary'tmS Joseph,had invited them who 'wanted to murder the burden thousands of
;J&'tiiink. ,- 4; ",, Nazaretfi"' ; King j i again. They traveled I[t ages years away: a
m SoJoseph
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Had : r had gottelVithis- faithfuldonkey said"V we are astrologers from the in, and there they had found 'the 1 new born King. When the wise men I][youth a great distance and then'story would be told of a little
wonderful heisetwhtieeuedaceriearand; ,had; Orient 'aDt'evUa1 'weeks ago as child of their long search. departed the next morning they turned west and after many days ofj(I I brown donkey who bore the precious -
fcappentoga "' for'fary:'distance.to ride the Weere studying the stars in the They knelt; and worshipped: one J went another way and by passed,traveling and camping at night un- Son of God and Mary his
prophesyed"olsand would no onji wearisome Finally Heaven weCcfcoovered: a bright and gave him a gift of Alyrrh, a sweet Jerusalem to their Country which'der the stars ,they had finally reached -earthly!'[' mother upon his back. Carried
doubt be repeated forages to come' after many hours 'of weary travel blazing staP''Wbich seemed to be smelling, perfume. One gave him t tI Joseph had found out was Persia Egypt land. j I the Saviour, who came to the
Here he was a stranger in an they arrived but; the'city was already
noW > moving:west- ey then remembered frakincence which 'wad a sweet and Babylon. Then one day God had sent the world to bring Salvation and Eter
alien land but it seemed he crowded. Even the inn I .
was the Jewish scriptures that :smelling substance such as the priests It wasn't long after the wise Angel to Joseph again in a' dream,'nal hope to all mankind who will
was leaded back to the home of overflowing. I
Mary looking tired
so Balaam had prephesied about a: burned in their censers in the men had departed that an Angel and he had said "Arise take the I believe.
his birth so he had many things to and weary and seeing her condi- f i
King was to be born and a star temple. They left many wonderful appeared to Joseph and told him young child and his mother and II
be thankful for this bright morning tion the inn keeper had Josh
; compas- made the long] journey to worshipthe things-for the new-born King. They that Herod was going to search the go into the the land of Isreal For I No wonder donkey was
it had been about two since -fcn and he finally told them that
years new King. Having gone by spent the night and as they slept f young child to kill him and for him they are dead who sought the I i happy!
he had come to this foreign land IT.he they were welcome to find
in the Jerusalem ,the king,Herod had told they all had a dream ,the same to hasten and make ready to leave Boys life.Joseph. I I By Mary Lee Deas
was very happy to be returning Stable which would at least I
would annpujDce itso they had dream. God warned them in the and to go down to Egypt to stay un-Igz j| arose while it was yet
home. The burden that was upon be out of the weather. So they had I
his back was a familiar one. He made out and settled themselves on' rear 1IIIa rWlln: t= RS:: Bf5: : 1 (-fiF: II .YlsS $"at Sldti
had borne these people before. some straw near the animals and ;
More than a few times. finally had drifted off to sleep. i 1 Just a few more Days' till Christmas---H ;ryDT Lang's Where There are. .

He could) remember when his But way in the night something! 8 I
master who was Joseph-the car had happened, Mary had birthed [ ,+ JI
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penter of Nazareth. in Galilee of wonderful//child the promised < -r.- '- x,* -. .,... )( 1\ ,,
Judea had:become bethrothed to eSslabjSh had wrapped'him in It o t I
beautiful m.a1den'of the village=: a3:i soft clothes'and' laId hfan in a JMUV I .t. 2 0 \\)\\ .r *" >< ) % IID
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one:who:was'very dveout and generous -gerrwhere the cows'and oxen were'1 .
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and kind.
How an Angel had ,appeared to It was not long before some' D ,\\\m1
Joseph and told him not to fear, but Shepherds came and peered into I I:
that Mary was to be the Mother rr the Stable and seeing; Joseph and I \\
the Messiah and was already with )Mary they inquired if,there was a i
child but it was of God the Holy baby in there. Mary reached and
Spirit's work) Mary had told him lifted the little one and those shepherds I IS
then about how one day an Angel feD to their knees and worshipped .
has appeared to ,her as_she him and then told Mary, "
was meditating about her coming and how they had been in [
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marriage and he had told her ..nirv tending to their sheep when I||I LAST MINUTE SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING PLENTY OF DESIRABLE -!jI j--
this startling and awsome news of suddenly a great light shined down
how she had been chosen to be the upon them and an angel appeared I '
mother of the long promised Mess- and told them that he brought good -
iah. She had said "I am the Lord's news joyfu' news that the
servant. Let it be." She had pondered -Messiah had been born and the 1 SO EASY TO SHOP AT LANG'S
these things in her heart and proof was, they would find the II
decided to visit her cousin Eliza- baby lying in a manger. Then a
beth who lived in the Hill in the wail. host of,Angels appeared around the
derness south of Nazareth. They, angel who had made the announcement I II Dress up Dad In A New
both were filled with joy as they. and they were all singing .
talked about the wonderful things "Glory to God In the Highest.;'
for Elizabeth also (tho she was old) Peace on Earth, goodwill to men." 11'1 A Must for Mother SUIT OR SPORT COAT I
was to be mother ot' a child promised And then they slowly disappeared J1
of God. She'had*'stayed there still singing., The shepherds sat By Sewell

three months having'feUowsI p .there stunned and when they finally All Wool Regular and Longs I
and great times with Elizabeth and aroused themselves, they rose and tt\\ ; ,
Zacharias her husband ( a Priest inI I came into the city while it was yet I i Big'Sister'or: o Sweetheart
the temple at Jerusalem). night. When the shepherds left, they II Suits $39.95 up Sports Coats $24.95 \
Joseph was reconciled after the i,told everyone they met ,as it was ". .
visit from the Angel and he and beginning! day and people were already f .. ; LAM L. Mr. Leggs"tSlax; -as.ss to 12.95. ;
the beautiful maiden'were marriedIt I: stirring around. .
was not long after they were I I Mary and Joseph hd rented a I
married when there was a decree house,to be immtil Mary felt strong II o,. SWEATERS, and SKIRTS 'FOR JUNIOR GIVE I
for everyone to return to'the town enough to travel again after the tax 4. .
of his birth or city of his ancestorsto I.'paying crowd had gone away. And J, !" *" nF *<* ch'SPORr'COATS $5.95 to$8.95 H
pay their taxes. one day as Joseph had come home J 'Dyed to 11

Now Mary and Joseph were both of for the noon day meal, as he was sS!ss ':" :! ': '" : SLAX$3.95to$6.95JACKETS$3.95 &

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g ,F tt pi J.r r J.It B" -.,, :' 7 -. j '.- ;/, '0- ',' .t. Tf'' -- SHOES. $3.95to$12.95 !I

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t:i tom'M i Blouses $1.98 to $2.98 '. !

I' Slim ; to $14.95 / -
k: a. T Jims-$1.98to$3.98. \

: i Slim Jim Sets $3.98 to 7.98" SLIPPERS$3.98 ge I

: .f. Nylon or sheer Nylon
$1.98 to 5.9 i
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I Jackets -.$3.98 to $5.98 Gowns and !
, J FOR EVERYONE Pajamas $2.98 to $7.98

!! Lingerie 39c up I

I Shoes $3.95 to $6.95 $1.98.to $5.98 Sets $4.95 up

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much to us over the years.:We appreciate -> = N DRESS and SPORT $2.95 to $4.95 mrwi

it and wish you a merry Christmas.Lang's Lingerie

I & Sweaters $3.98 to $12.95 Jackets: $3.95 to $18.95 i

( I Sox 50c to $1.00 Ties

$1.00 to $200
PANTIES 49c to $2. 0j *
i' o f4 Hats $355 to $11.95 Shoes $4.9510 $16.95 I

I '1&&j SUPS -$1.98 to $558 N .

!I BED JACKETS -$2.98 to$3.98 ,0. : WITH X

f I I! GIRDLES $3.95 to $15.00 '.,'
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g The Complexity of Today' I.1 BRAS $1.00 to $5.00 "N :

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NOISES? )End II ..... > > .. n : 0.: Hundreds of other Gift .

and rattles. ', Blouses $1.99 to $5.95; .fl. .T. ... *: ...=r'. .I GLAMOUR J II
those squeaks Regu- : -' ,
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lar lubrication service will catch .;,'';,i, : '.: .- c. _, 'J ,If, J Items. choose at;:: ;' \ GIFT WRAPS .
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cosdy troubles before it starts. Gloves r. --: \ : ''W ;; "' -?; ;'- I

See us today for a professional | $1.00 to $6.50 .." 4j'c4Hose '.... ItI I

lube Job., 11 S* .
$4.95' : .0 ,6
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CAR WASH only 2.00 'It L.sm s .

Jerry Smith's ,I Dresses $5.95 to $14.95 M n f.* fig' ,

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g't sue.i Jasper Florida PUIntifr Atto ae71 un at 11: a.m.EFFECTtv by THELMA. LEWIS. ; Clerk Oak; Florida; and Oft* tike rigiaatan .
+40s ++ Pr ; Legal Adys..IN a copy thereof else decree pro DATE BIDS, AC- Dec. 1} 20 27 -- w" .* f).*4lKrfcirtfc fffe. of
rt .1.11' fes.o-wllr:be>>eater d agarns .con".l CEPT&.Dt'W1I.tl BE F0f1 w PERIODCreosote : the Clerk of to* area Court on or
t W'ITNESS'mt hand and the Yn ,!!,..ggJnninc ..JUUU7-: IN TIlE''CIRCUITrCbt1RT before "Hi* Hth day of> Java*17; 1964.
i CIRCUITS COCRT: seal*f>thi*-Court ait Jasper F1 ;' If you fall to-do .. a *ecr I"'Oeon..
\ 'TKIRD-JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT this 2nd day of Dec.mb. r. A. D.THEfcMA ."!. "; Blj) ON CREQ AND WOOD .. IN THIRD AND.JUDICL\LCIR FOR HAMILTON 4'l" fNleo [tLpe .I4M" ...... Jot1 (01'
I HAMILTON COUNTS'c-F LA.MARCH" .J.". '';- LEWIS ,'r :SERVER J': n' S ..Il.t..4 .fCOUNTY FLORIDA the t r.n T ..........dfllt.fie' 'cOm"PI&InL -
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ri"&"tVlc Clreuit: per I INi t1ANCE rl ET'
i .. ..'.* I << I Hamilton County. gallon in live Jo tj: drumlcaus.. DA.J'EO at J .a... t8lLCOQD'U'
I "riahUiff. I ,. g..ybfLICEJONES D' C:. J CONCRETE PIPE: *f* ,S: K -DK>" FLINT : Plorkla; tMs tit. fi y of JJe.cem..
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t alit'h v 18-inch Plato '-. .: ?--;-rs T.XOTICE FL11'1 .
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tl IN THE NAME AND BY THE AT7iTHORITT ,.r .. .: .' 2 -Inch Reinforced Pipe.' .' Defendants -h; I' .:i; I "uA county; Y6 rda
residence:andaddress is 41a& -Sat; Notice is hereby'give.. that the Arches 48-Inch ArcK"l>lpe. pet .: 400 North8th Street ,P. O. Box 127
'Pablo Dam 'Road E1 Sabrenta. ; California Board of County Commissioners of foot .:\... Columbia; Missouri 1:Live Oak. Florida
; Hamilton County Florida will re-I I I 36-Inch arch pip per foot .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dec. 13 *t 27 Jan S
A sworn bill of complaint hay cvive: bids n Tuesday December IS-inch round'pipe*per foot that a Complaint for divorce ha 1 I
'1 ing been filed in this Court against 1963 at'lO:9Oila.m. for 'the following: I *..UMBER-Plain bdf- reo'oted- been filed against you and you are
you.the relief therein sought belggI Bids for aaid?: x T E I djvirce. You are required to answer I the office of the Clerk: of Circuit 2x6: : -12 to 1C ft. long answer or pleading to the complaintor $40.
1 said Com laint.oD or before January: Court: Hamilton County Florida on 1lS-I: : to 1C ft. ions the plaintiffs attorney ERNEST reconditioned In good
43rd 1364, furnishing to C A. Arriett., or before Tuesday December 31;i 1 I FUEL A. SELLERS; P. O. BOX 427. Li\' working order. The Jasper News
: .. ,, ,, Regular gas per gallon; do not
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t diesel oil per gallon H. D. truck r I. ='GI1: {llllQiGi 1iftiIi
oiL per gallon; tractor grease
:, t per 33 pound cans: transmission
grease 146 wu. per 30 gallon
drums: $0 wt. transmission.
grease 35 pound can. k
.S# SSi..r. ,' The Hoard of County Commissioners .
of Hamiltia County Florida reserves
I >-. theright to reject anT or all ;c1cii
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Board of County Commissioner
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ing ard enjoying the countless .
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y L ti 1963 sire. At our bidding money can 1
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o Y'i. and avarice, then money is, indeed
WERRY : I a bad master.

Peace be your gift this f| \ 7 Christmas be" ", Speaking of money-it takes V'
} \ May your > '.: very little to get the finest clean 1963'V
Yule and treasure lag service in town. Jasper LaUD '

your ;.: ivr merry, Bright>I and ha py. And .. dry & Cleaners have a pick-up
service at reasonable cost.
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ThcT'Oscar"of the railroad industry is the Golden cited as an illustration of how progressive policies ,. -iv _(- : ONLY $50 .

Freight Car pictured above, welch is awarded will benefit both the public and the' Ianroads:1-: USEDRefrigerator ::.

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We are proud of this recognition. It will spur _
the coveted trophy was won by Southern
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Railway System- the first time it has been won .
ONLY $75
: duty to provide the mostnseful and 19west-cost .
by a railroad in the Southeast.The s R How tntny times
freight transportation possible saving money _.:. : i It's a joy to H.v*you b..n useless SEE THEM

trophy was awarded to Southern.. In'.recfor; both shippers and'tdnsumers.MCUIXNT. ,__ ..-_ greet our friends. When Completely in the dark fuseless? BEFORE YOU BUY!

ognition of our efforts increase usefulness r A Yule all.
our : ,. :;t:. -' _. merry ,.
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to those we serve by providing improved service ._..:s..%.>...."". "' .' ,i"aw." '. ...} '' ;'V" .... r iviCDs

at lower prices: Our .lightweight, 100-ton-plus V ":. I Suwannee Valley Dairies ,

capacity freight,car, "Big John," which enabled Cash. and Carry Store =RS 1=i>rCTR CAt fi P[uMB, S UPp of S'

Southern to make a 60 per cent reduction in SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM" c? jVWSrHNSIOK. Jasper

the prices we charge for hauling; grain, was a C SOUTHS* S&YES 7KS SOUW J, S/-2-3801
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Friday, Decembet'20. .-..;., '- .-- : .. -.-4- '- '. !'
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BiJiAMEwS JASPER. IHGH'J COUNSELOR Jennings High U B mIT"-rJ .. BrB&Ptwr Sunday.... -School, '_ -i: --* '
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ATTENDS STATE MEETING The public is cordially Invited to 4t ai et j1tWS.

By LOIS ZCPI'KTJKi: School NewsBeteer The Sunday School of Corinth attend. 'Fruir and candy will be .

I Mr. Travis Carter Jasper High Missionary Baptist Church of Ham distributed to everyone. .*--_ Published! Every Friday j
t Better than LI;;ht" School counselor: .served as one of hurry and get your stocking il ton Quntyill present a Christ-j I
I said to the man who stood at the recorders for the.Florida Assoc hung just a few more days mas play entitled "A Little Bit of Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida .. J

the gate of the year; Give me a I iation of Deans and Counselors until the good ole man comes. Christmas" Monday, December l: mI Subscriptions Strictly in Advance !

light that I may tread safely Worshop- Clear-water December 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Church Au $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
As one walks down the halls it :
-out into the darkness and put thine [12-14. Mrs. Lucile Cherry of'Madison looks like Santa CLaus lane. Everyone ditorium. Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
the unknown. And he replied: Go named treasurer-elect. The will be
: was openin ceremony presented -1
has his room so dressed
\ band into the hand of God. That I up. by Pete M. Allen Pastor. I A *JUJ SHOULD wear EtfUT Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 ,
j" shall be to the betterthan light i Others from the area attendingthe The reading of the Christmas Storyis HOUR ANO 9-UP E1COT Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
The football
boys were terated to I ear E'IEA TME
worshop were counselors from HOURS
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and safer than known --
way. by Ann Allen. i .
M. Louise Haskins Greenville, Perry .and Monticelloand a steak supper last Thursday night I SAME EJ'trr.H60RSSEARS

Dr. Blanche N. Hardy. Dir-, # I The characters'are: .
-a. ecter of the Guidance Center in CHRISTMAS PROGRAM I Harriet Scott (Dorothy Creech) a d ADS
Christian Women Fellowship ireets CLASSIFIED
Madison. '" The fourth grade under the direc-i young woman who wants a sane
The Christian Women
Fellowshipof ( L
-: tion of Mrs. Addle McCall gave a I Christmas.
Burs ham Church met with Mrs.Halph FOR RENT-One bedroom apart- CHRISTMAS SALE-From Dec. 21
very nice program in chapel Thurs Eara (Edna Creech) a maid in
Cunningham Friday Decem day. The group did Jingle Bells. meat unfurnished. Wood fireplace -,to Jan. 1. We are going to reduce

berlS, at 3:00 p.m.With Mrs. A- Leonard .- and Rudolph the Red nose Rein- .the_John Scott.,Scott home \ "" private bath. Peeples.. place. I prices .on... an gryrchanrd .
Mr Mrs. McCu11ey..T' (WJA Driggers). -
and *
Johnsonyice. president.pmsid1ngAiii ; Winder
... See Pete"Register ftcj 1 I Bar JaSper.
f. Interesting Christmas": Alpha Grace Deal of Berry College nativity scene while Silent night I I a sane Christmas. I!
Program was led by Mrs. Bert FOR RENT -room famished apartment -
is home was sung. A group did "Twas the : CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE-
Rome, Georgia spend
Zipperer at the conclusion of the i night before Q ristmas.Sue I Mrs. Wilson (Jane Skeen) ) neigh i C with private bath. See j t I AH sizes, choose now. Alapaha
program Mrs. Teford Sullivan took I ing the Christmas holidays with her I bar who can't help spreda a little Mrs. Annie Rhoden or call 792- Motel Dec. 29c
charge of the worship service with i I parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Deas. Murphy played for the classA Christmas cheer. i 6961. Itci
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the theme "mission and Christmas I group of seventh graders pre- Tina (Gail Williams) alittle girl]
refreshments're Mr. Gordon Alderman is spend- sented two numbers "Christmasand who tells exactly what her mama I MANAGE TOUR OWN BUSINESS.FOR, SALE 3 bedroom house la

: 'f ing several days in Tampa with White Christmas" said. J & SONS Franchise operators earn $7,000,,:Jasper Also nice building lot. for
.. tmther to $9,000 yearly. Truck and mdse. .more inofztnation see Glenn Scaff
his sons Avon and Edward. Mr. D. A. Day. social Security Tina's (Ann Allen) )who j f 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver spent . specialist talked to the agriculture doesn't think kindly of a, cane furnished. Guarantted income $tOO.'or call 782-3343: after Six p.m': D27p

last Friday night in Valdosta with Mrs. Gordon Alderman and classes and the government class Christmas. week. Hospitfiization retriement,*}

their daughter Mr. and airs. Maurice I'grand sons Bdbby Ronnie and last Friday. Everyone found these Mr. Wright (Wade Skeen),an old I COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE paid vacations. Qualification: Age CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE-

] Lindauer. They attended the Steven Alderman spent the past .lectures very informative and in- man also a neighbor .who tens a 23-40. Sales or sales service experience I CaD Saturdays only. Robert Ehl
graduation exercises of the square :week in Gainesville with their daughter teresting. strange story. I married high school education ert, Jasper. tfo -

dancing class held at the Armory I:; and aunt Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carolers-other members of thektfl I and good work history. Open!I'
In Valdosta last Friday night. They!Redding and children. r ings Gaiensville and areas through I BEGINNING DEO. 21-We're seUI .
reported a nice time. MAPLE GROVE ROMEDEMONSTRATLON r' out state. Write Qualifications to: :) ing everything from wall to wall.

. Mr. and, Mrs.* FrankHn* Gaston CLUB MEETS C. T. Donaldson Asst. Manager I tlO records LOO. We're going out
Maple Grove Home. Dementra- I Jewel Tea Co. Inc. ''of
Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman. and Mr. and Mrs. James Blair '' business Wonder Bar. J3p. .
tion Club met 'December. 11, 1:30 r : 1; Lake City, Florida
and children of Jacksonville spent visited their brother and cousin Mr r't; : 'i" Dec29p j -
the weekend .with their parents and Mrs. Henry Blair in Boston p.m. at the Educational Building i<,rlr"::'" Yor; I' = f|NEWS FOR HOG PRODUCERS;
Methodist Church White Springs.It 'I' GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE.
and brother and family J.S. Bum- Ga. Sunday'afternoon.. r .I We now have a hog feed contract
. was an aQ day workshop, with -Lowest prices in 20 for
ham and Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Bum ; j \ years. hog producers. Come by and
I ham. Mr. Worlie Mathis of Jacksonvill the businness meeting; beginningat f.i: .> lf Auction Saturday 4 p.m. No house- let us discuss and explain this new
.. 1:30 pjn. meeting was called to :: C t bidders. Fixtures also to be sold.
:spending! several days this week } "f."Z'! : '} ;.. a program to you. Farmers Mutual
order the ... q
by president Mrs. Oliver
Open 1 Oto 12, 3 to 6. Wonder ri
I Mr. W. M. Green was up from,with his mother Mrs. Mary Mathis <; ;1> :si' Bar. Exchange of Live Oak 362-1459
Si t weekend with his sister and family!II and the other relatives. Hunter who also gave the de ;I) 1r Josper Florida. Dec20p I{1 I J31fc
votion. Lords Prayer by alL Roll if "
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was called and minutes were read ;. :ll i FOR SALE .DOUSE In Jasper.
Best of condition. Priced I I
by Mrs. Norman Sistrunk. 13 Members f35OO. Others priced higher. See
\ .. .: were present and our agent I 71/1T;<' :;..ti.? to sell Mannings Radio Service Robert; Ehlert or W. L. Bryan Reg.
"<< Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc
d+ Mrs. Wylma White :_ : 'Real Estate Brokers, Jasper. tit;.
Plans were made for our Christmas program; which is December 'i ,,1 Acre for sale near Jasper. All

20, on-Friday night. Meeting time >. FARMERSMONEY cleared and fenced. Only 1000.
was set for 6:30. Supper 7:00 o' : See W. L. Bryan 792-2985 or Rob-

,4 x o co'lck with a program which will a-- for your farm operations ert Ehlert 792-4491yRcg. Broker tfo

i Y, take about an hour. Then gifts will at reasonable cost. Tehns USED
: be I to fit jour needs. Loan up to I; RANGES FOR
exchanged. With no other busi-
.' --if 7 years. Call North Florida ,Production I i I Sale. Good condition. $40 and
I meeting adjourned. -
ness I Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave $50. Mannings Radio Repair. Jas-
xs"Yb $i1i per. phone 792-4421 tic
&Lk 'YCSY Live Oak. Tel 362-2583
; I NOTICE Mr. Pete Register N.
V '.... ( I.. y r .. West 2nd St. Jasper now has
Plate Glass
; ., !' Georgia Co. charge of the rental of the Peeples
"a", L ri .Store Front .
Y 1-t Apartments.
-13est lr.ws .Mirrors ItctiUered I furnished one bedroom apart-

I 9,63., \ STub Enclosure. Shmrpra .ments. Interested. See Mr. Register
215 W. Savannah Aye. ClI2S28S'VALDOSTA I

II TI Wi he3 .t True Christmas .cfl (l.72 I FOR SALE New Spinning Itc reel

,I II I % And thanks,-for ROOM FOR RENT- Large .prIvate -i' Used once. Cheap.- Mrs.' Simpson
Have j peace be with yolh room with shower and gas'792-6331 tic ,

1963 ,", your patronage.Flamingo heat $8.00 to 10.00 weekly. House J -- -
I [ in this Holy'tjm'e between schoolhouse and warehouse GOOD USED TV Instailedlor
a ,
D20p 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio

.ti. : : Restaurant i I Service. 792-4421 Jasper. tic
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Frances Jack, Brad; & Jeff I REPAIRS
; in Live Oak Florida for all
:6m. J. S. Padgett your
'holiday ;. .';t't'f '.c Vinson musical needs from, organs and I I ,We repair all types T. V. andradio.
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I Also Small appliances. Man-
f Rc pianos to records and record play- '
I I. era tfc (14421 nings Radio Service Jasper tic 792

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Quart / Cranberries r '' ; 29.c" ? !Illrll

Jarpmit BELL'S MIXED READY_ .' t, STUfFING'f I"y: :I (j *. .2: '-V'?.c.< 'j:2 t", C

THRIFTY 18 oz.Gl ss- '

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: ALCOA OR REYNOLDS. Heavy: Duty 5.9 .,

one with. food order. ,.c.y I F O J L' .. 25....,f t roll,.. } .t'-/f. _1418_.... Lb. vg..
... .'. -<.....i..f>-$1"'. t% COPELAND'S
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more food order : GRADE' "A" G i.A.. or, FU.FRYER : .. ..It: ( 1 3.I.e.) : 3,9t,

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( .' Pricc8TGood; pecember 19 thru Pcceml er 24,1963 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ;