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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: January 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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PRICE l 10c PER COPY- $3,00 PER,YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANUARY (1963 VOLUME94 NUMBER I;



'Plan) ACP Spring I Trail Of Mrs. Dupree To County ReceivesTax

Long
Head March Of Check of

Practices Now
Dimes Campaign $11,000State

Farmers woo have been cau 1 C riwie EndsJn

Bring soil and water' conservation ,, Mrs. D tree Will. Head March Comptroller Ray E. Green
practices to be.established.on.thetr 7 *. of Dimes.3 *** said today'eheekr for-$11,000 from

farms with Agricultural Conservation The Hamilton County Chapter of the race track tax fund was'mailed
the National Foundation is happy to December :S s to each of the
Program cooperation next Jasper .
,spring and hummer should Ue their h wq g s announce' that Mrs E. L Dupree 67 countless
will serve as March of Dimes a
request for program assistance as The Comptroller said: the total

soon as possible.. Wallace Deas, /y trail of crime including armed robbery, car theft, during Camplgn, the Chairman month of January.for our County received by each county1,thus fa*

Chairman Agricultural Stabilization burglary! and forgery and stretching from Seattle Wash this fiscal year Is $46,000. This is
!
Mn. Dupree accepted the appointment
and Conservation County Comjnittee $6,500 more than each county received -
has suggested 1964 ACP ingtori tq Jasper over a period of nearly a month came to as chairman because she believes for the same period last ,

.applications 'are.now* being accept an abrupt halt here this Tuesday with the arrest of two the March of Dimes is doing year. '
h"r
,4?f ed at.the ASCS County Office. The men.and a woman at Sears Ac Sons Garage by Trooper more than any other private organization -
has ever done to fight two
initial sign-up period extends- R. G. ,Russell. The end was very simple. They drove of the nation's greatest crlpplers-

through January]51964. into Sears' and tried to sell Mr. Sears the radio out,of the birth defects and arthritis.( Did you receive treatment. A Special treatment .

The chairman explained that. the beautiful 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix sedan they were drive know that more than 250,000 babies Center for Birth defects is
sooner the application is filed the Russell are born every year with birth: defects located at the Medical Center in
became
ing. Mr; Sears suspicious called Trooper \
easier It will be to obtain approvalof t tThe Gainesville, Florida.
the practice and take care of who asked for identification, and then jailed the trio in March of Dimes has estab. Mrs. Dupre will announce the

other Prorr&m'details before the. i Cou'ntyiJail'while? he investigated. His report disclosed: lashed 70 treatment centers across names o her volunteer coworkersat

work Is.begun. Tie three"arrested>Jn$ Jasper are while fire and law enforcement officials. t the nation where those 0 with Arthritis an early date. '

Under the 1964 program, cost- r r Edwin Donald Newton of Seattle,] were at the fire scene, they or Birth defects and Polio may ;

share program assistance averages I Washington age 18; Harry Joe AJ-j\ would rob the bank. It was abandoned

about half the cost of carrying out g l meraz of Lakeside. California 21; after Bill's arrest however.

such conservation practices as establishing I and Glenda Gayle, Jackson, 18, of I Newton and Almeraz met GlendaIn Florida Fish Derby .' ,
and Improving vegative P yk't"i Maude, Cfclahoma. The specific a bar in Oklahoma City just after i 1

cover of Brasses, legumes, or trees I h r charge here 'was investigation on Bill's capture, and she joined them This Year
for soil protection; installing errosioncontrol I suspicion t t auto theft. The crimes She reported to Patrolman Russell Again
) listed below are compiled front that she thought they were rich.
and
structures
; prac '
1 their confessions and from communications so she went with them.
tices for the conservation or, more Fishing in Florida will agin and development of Florida tee.
-- -- --- with the police depart.j As they left Oklahoma City they
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efficient use of water. the| added lure of cash rea Uon.
I' ments involved. threw the sawed off rifle Into the carry
I ( awards of from $2& to $10,000 John W. Woods Chief. FUhX
The Agricultural Conservation stole the in early December river outside of town. Next day .
First Lieutenant Van B. Roberson (on ladder), of Jasper. prepares Newton car gain in 1904. cries Division Florida Came
Program has been In continuous: Seattle. Next day h: they sold the Items Bill had stolento '
flight In the F4 "Phantom Two", the Jn' Co Water Fish Com
for his final qualifying The Jot, Schlits: Brewing and Fresh
somewhere In Oklahoma
operation since 1338 when it was bus driver In Seattle a swap shop
authorized national newest,' fastest 'nd highest flying fighter-bonier: In the Tacitcal ''Air.. held up a city for $60 announced today that it will mission, said the derby has beenthe
by legislationto He
using a sawed-off rifle. got $30.
aircraft Florida of assembling data.
encourage fanners to protect soil Command's: Jet arsenal. The. pilot systems' operator and his Next: he drove the car to Aberdeen,I Next atop was in Fayetteville, sponsor Its $500.000 means .
'mmander..Captain Charles: S,'Ward (\\n cockpit) of Sterling lit were 'Almerai Tennessee where they again got Fishing Derby for the fourth to help give the state some ofthe
water .and woodland resources on Washington ,and picked up
consecutive As In previousyears finest fishing opportunitiesin
Members of the first class in the United States Air Force to check out counter checks forged the signature year
him in
the farms. of the Ration by sharing whom he knew, having met the unique and popular the nation."Speclficelly.
the costs of needed conservation In the 'Mach-2 jet. Lieutenant Roberson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. jail previously They went to the of a local businessman on a statewide event will be built added
measures. William W. Roberson of Rt 1, Jasper. He graduated from Jasper High'School place where Almeraz worked, after check made out to Almeraz for $89 10,000 tagged he "It
around some has aided In evaluating
"ACP assistance has and attended Cisco Tex Junior College. Lt. Roberson's wife hours, and .tle'a( check book. Us- and cashed it at a bank drive-In flab, both fresh' and salt w at4r, other us research properly results..,
program Carol, is the daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Vernon A. Nlmrod of Okmulgee: lug one 'of the. checks they forced: window. whichwilt offer anglers
.Information.In
been singularly effective in introducing opportunlty It has added nr
i Okla. He was cammissiaoed upon mpletlon of Officer CandidatSchool. a check for $124 which they cashed. They claimed they next drove for cash catches and fish management and in the
conservation practices on ,. thru Alabama and Georgia without
Next they went to Portland Oregon
l.
added fishing fun and which
privately owned cropland, pasture Introduction of experimental
committing crimes and came
where expected to meet any
or woodland. Mr. Deas said, "and they into Florida. Things just wouldn't will give the state important species, such as :TlUpla( a
others to commit more robberies, research benefits .
fromAfria."In .
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this applies particularly, to practices -. but couldn't find their contacts, so.'work right. 'The Schlits, Fishing Derby short, the derby helps usprorld
,
whlch'prov1de' little or no immediate drove td Fort Morgan, Colorado ''j First stop was in Lake, City where again',wlll l run for four month more and better fishingin
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return I urge the.- county'ssubmitting -" .v There they> looked 'in the telephone -: they tried the same counter check tn each.of"four geographical' Florida."

,.",. .'.. .:....tar m ..'.'.;std sasabe aver -- boojc; picked out the name of routine but. couUn't\cash\ any., In son in,th. mate in 1994, *... Robert M. Ingle, Director of
ei
.. + "" "" -1d'ts err' Taanirary. 15;> ltetmlntfi3 ,, Jf a local business, '-went tbvst..dnv: sUw oak. tbey-tsjbsUt) I got': local J" U1 I la'. a1ha at aa4 Research :ef.Jh* Florida. State
for" request' of"cost- ( [ store,,' got' ,counter checks', and:I[check*. made tout one for' $113 and. Florida and winding ''Poarrf of Loasrv.tiw.\/.QJJD4': ; ,
W sharing ,'during 'the'InktiI: sign-up made out a check to Almerez, withthe ''forgedthe 'name i of a local,man" tupia irarQi Florida on August( with salt' water flsblng-Jk said

:perl? ." forged signature! of the local They took it to the bank to cash it, 31. There will be BO, major the program enabled his agencyto .
I .' businessman. They cashed two but the teller thought the signature changes from the ,usa ...nt. develop fishing at "near"

... checks on'this:victim,then left for ]I Iwa.n't'riKht.( and wouldn't cash it. The derby again will be open offshore reefs, ecceseablo to
t* -'fl, t They they went to a store and tried Florida 'resident and tour*
had to boats learn
Reno Nevarda, where they a |I small to more about -
."'Plaiting; .Bird" Flying Command Post- big time, gambling and drinking,i,another ,check, on another name, lata alike, with no' "..ntrance"requlremen.t. migratory fish habits
I cashing two more bogus checks to 'but still no success. except that they and to improve catches from

finance It. I' Money was running out, so they follow the sUte's flihln gre- bridges and piers

:Takes Guardsmen on Global ]Missions\ Next they drove to Oklahoma City drove to Sears ft Sons Garage in quirementi. Th4 'ehedul lor1M 1904Schtiti

where they meta boy-unknown j Jasper, where they tried to sell the In the 1063 derby, anglers! fishing derby will be;
radio. ( had previously sold came with 1,805 of the tagged
A Presidential trip to South This eorU' tx in sjiy. area from minimum crew j more men are re except as "Bill", in a night club. the They tire. fisH up and received $18,175 Zone Southwest Florida-
America a military exercise Laos ta Latin America, depend- longer flights, and They all, planned a bank robbery, I spare the Schlits February 1 through May $1.
Russell from the Joe Brewing
in Turkey. an emctgency do ing on International: l develop"Actually .TALKING BIRD is not noted for and Bill broke Into an office buildng After Trooper jailed : FrcsH water tags carry prefix
iployment; of Jets to Europe. ,its short; hops. There is also a he was familiar with where he trio he contacted F.BI. Agent Cookin Company. Total cash'' awards K andjig: : number. Salt
,these are wiudn the special prov- TALKING BIRD isa requirement for a back-up of Lake City, who found warrantsIn since the first derby J la 1901 water tags carry prefix Dumber
line* of the Air Force's flying vrotoiyi.e, ('eripcl.lly: tS e Air personnel to be certain that complete stole a .22 rifle, a .410 shotgun a Washington State for Edwin. Don have been In excess of $200,000 41 and tag: number.
global command post-TALK. Fore to provide improved methods crews can be rounded up typewriter, adding: machine and raJo. ald Newton for armed robbery, Company President RobertA. Southeast Florida
,IINQBIBDI of world-wld communications on the required four-hour notice. They an went back to their ho- Uihlein "We feel the Zone -
checks. laid
and bad
I Except for, its size;tt!I. an tm in the event of any emer A* a result, there are dozens of tel. Then Bfll stole a Thunderbird purse snatching, annual Schlits Fishing February 1 througbf May 31.
'I' -* 'rj* looks Jib any gency. Once It was outfitted and officers and men Involved ia the The bank robbery never came off Warrants for worthless checks for Florida Freshwater tags carry prefix
'r I\Jmpolbc io hcrO975nt-( tested early in 1D61/ it was TALKING BIRD operation, anyone Oklahoma arrestedBill Almeraz, also Derby continue. to achieve its M and Ug number. Salt water
ot hter bf the turned over to the Oklahoma Air' of whom might find himselfrushing because police Glenda 1.-also charged with interstate goal of supporting fishing recreation ',tags carry prefix number
,t'T' Oklahoma Air National Guard element at Will to the field In the middleof In the Thunderblrd. The plan- and research in Florida. 42 and tag :number. _
National Guard Rogers Field Oklahoma City the tight in response to an ned robbery was to take place In transportation of a stolen car Therefore the derby will be repeated Zone Central: Florida-Apr
;;t i d Bat inside, it But while it ia manned and maintained alert., os Perry, Oklahoma, a small town. because she accompanied the men in 1964 and we hop it .
o! carries the capabllitft by Oklahoma. Air NationalGuardsmen A total of 39 men, headed by They planned to set lire to.some even after she found out their true .will! be entirely successful ,1 through July 31.
-dep) (who fly,the same Ltr.Col.'a1l1 D.-Ketr, are involved as Fresh water tees pre,
and character carry .
of .
1 at the edge town
building it has been in the first three
to of under the :MilitaryAir in the communications as .
iDr .ant'pari .type plane l .._ fix N'and Ug Dumber:
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I of the woildand Transport System), it does .*:1w.f v"* the opera ti on. years. Salt water tags carry' prefix t
setting tip both I not operate under command of As far as the flight crew is As In previous years, the
voles' 'either Oklahoma or ItA TS. The concerned, the backup consists of q derby will be conducted in cooperation Nand Ug number. J
type command Bird's orders come straight from most of the Air Guard elementat & with the Florida Zone I Will Rogers Field. April 1 through July 81. '
eoramvalcations. Washington. Ta1kAbouTeeftIreer Game and FreshWater\ Fish
.I Its crew mem- Th nraonnt and type of equipment The requirements for the team and'the Zone Northern Florida -
CesuBroim lIeu, though th*.plan carries and the Members are similar to those ofa StfvitfSIMPLE 'yj Com mlm lon Florida May tbruog hAuguat $1, '
National Guardsmen,are on constant sis of its creW are strictly dictated SAC crew. Each nun >nu.;. NoxMimt'i Young Coswns.r State Board of Conservationsalt Fresh water tags prefix
alert,ready to mOTe out on by its (verational\ requirements have regular physical exami;'a- arm ( water fish). These two carry NSXUi Etb
bar hours notice. Then are: first; that it tions for flying duty, and up-to- agencies will tag 10,000-odd and tag number.
Brl Gen. L G.Brown Assisted must be ready to go on four date overseas shot records, pa.,,- fish, with all costs,defrayed by ,Salt water tags carry' prefix
Chief (for Air), National hours' notice; second, that it ports, visas, identification, and PLEASURES are the last Schlits. The specie of fish to number 44 and tag number.

Ovard Bureau, points out, "It is must be capable, one deployed, do The;' word In teen activities these be taCKed and the waters in Note; All tags will also bear
farther unique In. that it is thesly of operating on a 24-hour basis rest of the Air N.ttnnalGuard ) days. Why not b* the. first\ torevive the word "Schlits" so they will.
which'
they are released are -
element of the Air National for a minimum of four days; and c.t1ID Oklahoma al"< n? selected
Nard which operates wider the third, that it must carry enough with 24 other Air Guard transport the spirit of old-faihloned by the two state agencies J be readily IdentlfyabU.
*t et command of Headquarters, tools and spar parts for one squadrons throughout; t.e! fun In your group. to but serve their research Tagging the 'fish In the zones
Uiuted& States Air For**." week of sustained operation. United States are us.: irred t) purposes. will begin in advance of theopening
It was TALKING BIRD which : It takes a 10-man crew to han' Military Air Transport Serriee.Th Each of,the tags are number ( of the derby in Ufase
kept :President Kennedy in constant die the communications' equipment -,] lIMn In these siuacmns, are T respective areas. Dong Miller)
el and each number has
a
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touch.with Washington on alone, and another in.- no "stay-at-homes. Daily, Air why

SOLO ANYONE? It's to see sales of the Seblits.cornpsny's
eoiy
"
ail tour of Venezuela..*Previous man ne- lc1l1ding: two pilots National Guard C4 1.,Mills:: and Corresponding cash ,value, a- manager
\W the President's trip it had been a' co-pilot and two navigators! C-1191 fly:long Jl\11loll.: MATS songs round the piano haw. neverlost Igned in an impartial drawing Dixie: Division with).
of the Afrcraft.1But side with active Air Fore their chorm. Everyone can chimeIn headquarters at Tampa pointy
rushed to Iceland where It m01lI.I for the operation .before the opening of tb. derb,.-
'-orcd the deployment of 200 Air I: this represents only the: erew. on the merriment. And who knows The individual Ug values are ed out that any 1964 tagged

'National' ( Guard bets, to Ecrop I ....d .. \ what new'tal.n .:'Iou may discover. fish caught in advance of the
'..faring the :Bertha'Crisis-the :$2&, $&0, f 100 $1,000 or $10.- opening should be brought to
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sines 000. On. $10,000 fish Is re'
'largest' such deployment the nearest Sohhts wholesaler
.World War IL For the first mission .,. ]leased In each: of the four &011... immediately, aa in 1963 The
it received ft >peclal: letter 'tJ't/ < .' t,;. fish is caughtduring
the Presl < ;. .,',. When a tagged angler will b* informed .t/thetag
I ef lent commendation himself. For.from the litter, itthastbepridaofbrWthg '>., :J.t';: 1,1J' .. r ,the derby period the value and receive payment

', : Wiled ; or '" angler must bring It to a SeW ;after the derby officially opensin r
i bolster Allied strength: fA Europe* :gV; A HOME-BAKED specialty perksup liti wholesaler with tag: intact- that zone-

I and contributed significantly to fiif. : the in.nu at any gat-to The wholesaler will learn the Again' in 1064, any tagged

I I the deployment safety of was 200 accident-free.pilots, for the .gether.Surprise your guests' with tar value of the fish from fish caught from previous derbies -
will receive cash awardof
1 made, Schlits Milwaukee headquarters a r
Io ed a41IU 850llng fr- something dellclovs you've
Bird
The
traveled 66,600roes : ', You'll ) and Impress !' and will see th'at pertinent $25 during the period of the
hours ,. 'il, you!" pleat .
to its first year In thI hands ..._........ '/ ,. \ ",.<) them no end! c.. Information on the tagged fish competition.And ,'
lof the.Oklaboma AIr Guard. In ,. is given to the proper fish authorities Were again will be some
\11 months of ual, it was in 22C01l11triea ; ..,. : for their studies on special $ 6 0 0 Conservation
and apent total of i Awards set earlier tagged
) ''fish growth, migration habitat op on
140 days iD I1IPpon of u 1.be A1: .';: .' ... .. .''k'. ,.., and oth'er factors vital to improving fish to stimulate their return

I Force missions.xtcations "..,","-", -..v,-. .... :!fft; .'. ," "'f1..:. : fishing as a sport and for research benefits.,.

Where htbetamtorrowornett .. ... .. industry. Any tagged fish from 1961
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week-ls odr. gave.ItamisiIestste ,. - : THE MEDICATED Skin Cream used by gen. -
SU1 earl1 eomn* ; Florida state officials( concern 1962 or nea brought: In beforeor
t* Itftweea ,.., -- ,..rotlons'of beauties still pampers complexions .d with fishing and conservation after the 1964 derby will re*
ad aJt1f best. Its fragrant medication han tailed the a ceiv*'a nominal $S,00 payment "
program:
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from the b a dtin'genet' A NOSY )HO>-wUch ens start Ks clatter *C eke and teldyr soothes and smooths your hands and significant contribution. to the from Scblits for their,research
t seek far eft
corsdoei te aey Yxt ef th* wort*, fca* served ?
until :" '
;Belt system operation caa.be Iniuliid a perm M JccbM. Tsrkry sad wtt the JTresUast la Sooth Asacrlcsk elbows to'p.rf.ctiontoo. advancement'.m. ,.of flab' culture value to the stale agencies.t .







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TWO THE JASPER NEWS, ,, JASPER. FLORIDA Friday. January; 3, 1963....;
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t II Lee Duprve the son.Is spndlng the,I Friends came from far and -near 1 Ga. Mr y ,and Mrs. Vernon Bridges
r' I holidays with his family. He Is a to honor them Neighbors 'enthull.1 MIss Bunny Bridges, Mr. and

I medical student.*f Emory." : astically: helped to make. it a,day of Mrs. Ion Worley of Valdofla.,,, ; '<

..OFFICE) C.aI'RS' @ "' gladness. ,.' ,I Mr. and Mrs. ML L. Robertt,'Mr.:'
: : 1. Eleven year"old Shirley Law Taking turns .welcoming the and Mrs. Clyde Puryearl:GiweUnd

'y I n daughter of Mary and Jewett Law guests at the door were Mm, C. B. I,Mrs. :J. B. Hunter; Qultm. ."CL,

,!If," ,,' ',' l ': In Gainesville( Is much In demand Harrison and Mrs,Emmett Dupree.. Mr. and Mrs.' C. W." Acrea, Jackson
'.". i" tTObRS': L. as an entertainer with her'dancing.: With )fro and Mrs..Ratliff stood |IvuTe', Fla.;; Mrs. Jimmy' Sullivan
,,
Armchair or Plain Style ,. :' .IJ She .is a charming little girl and recently daughter ,Marie and her husbaod..Mrs. J. L. Sullivan Sr..Madison,
tI' .' Suitable! for Business or Home Office> I ( captured her audiences at Arthur Roberts and the son Clar1ence ,[Florida, Mr. and Mrs. John Van

t. t ST- the Writ Inn hotel-the Florida .'Ratliff, the daughter-in-law'j IHoose, Tallahassee, Fla. Miss Patricia
t bVhwWa Union and the Gainesville. Golf and' Elizabeth i I Burdette BartowH Fla Mr

Excellent $ ..50Quality Country dub. The,,bride of 50 years "wore a ,AndJUrs. Alton Bowers Jr. Mrs: '
: 31 Even now the buds on the maple Court Foundation ;* [*r pretty white afternoon frock with,(,'Cora; HiUhouse, Mrs. W A.. Saunder I

From. .......... trees are swelling: "The world Is getting better" Rev. and MirsCL A. Martin of I a .corsage' of golden flowers.. For I|' of White Springs FJa Miss
.As old as the hills" are youth pro ,Oorene Ga. were In town Thursday. sentiment she wore a diamond la.,,Myrtle Jennings, Mrs. Stella, Mc. I
New Year Resolution may! be a blems. Remember Adam and Eve December greeting some of their valier given her by Mr. Ratliff 50,,Craine, Jacksonvifle. Florida.< Mr.. .'
THE JASPER NEWS ;hang over from a long ago custom4ruth" had some trouble with their son I friends. They were on their way,to years ago-also on her dress worn I('end Mrs. J. V. McCall Jennings.! ''I,
is M do make them yet atjtho Cain. Foley fora bit o' fishing. Bro.;Martin :-: with a chatalalne was the watch j IMr. and Mrs.' Charles Green. Gain..

U I L 1"" u I r T.. .. _:- we., do not write,them down and Problems of Young people are, has quite recovered from a,ser she received at that time as an aDo'.,'esvflle Florida. Mrs.;;; E.J. Bowyer',1W: '
w, turn the page over at midnight as I serious and merit attention.But I lour.illness early In the yean, niversary gift. She wore a beautiful Moorehaven Florida. Mr.: and Mrs
[should be done to make them truly the world .Is not going to pot Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kry and son J JI pearl ring. Mrs Bailiffs gift toj:[:Bob Buckles. Warner Robins Ga. ,
,[effective. But there are ways to be I'Fear not,"' might be, passed on Wes of Tallahassee spent Christ! her. husband was an old fashioned,.Mrs., Jason Kennon, Mr &: Mrs.. Cur. '

,., .. r .;.mended" :letters to: write< books to Wlth. SF allstiC.meaniirg.,,-*\._,..I imas with Mr .and ltJL; eWe ;J, t; 1 1I n ,.Mr..J;:.... 't.n ..-.-'.r..... ..
'd''Worktd' done-i-ahd : 1 r !;
read ;
be F Like ever/year there are t things 1 that Is being'Mrs. vea aiid Mrs'E.'DUtterMrand
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I time .Is running out. There are not we regret .but like every year there I are happy to be one the'Ed. Stella :McCralne .ofJacksonville Mrs. Phil Townsend Mr. and
enough: hours In the day. have been more fine things to. happen Montgomery mailing Jilt and have and Mrs. J,K. Cooper'',Mrs. H.J.: Evans Mr. and Mrs. E.
Florida 100 years ago:; also. I I the newsy Christmas letter.,'It of Marion. Ga. kept the guest book.1B. Browning, Mrs. Karl "Minor

,Significant'Florida Events. for" Jan We still have wars, but we'have ,pleasures" us to know they live on. All, about the reception rooms .|.Howe, Mr .and Mrs. L. J, Day, Mrs
,uary', 1864. talk of peace, there are still those ,,Frog Hollow Road. It seems were: j bowls of yellow glads and Charles Green Sr., Mrs. John

January -*\ In a Utter to Gen- who are hungry but we make an homey. . mums. The draperies were white I I lAdicks.I Mr. and Mrs. Claude
t j era) E. Jc hnJI Commander of effort to feed them.If I with a !gold motif. Crapps, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dempsey -

I the Army of Tennessee, the Confederate the glass is half full we may Also comes the letter via Marlon LIt was an informal party and fri Mr. Raymond Henderson Mr.
i District Commissary Offi still follow the advice of the angel from the Eugene Barretts-the interesting I eidly one seemed enfolded soon and Mrs. E. L. Keat, Live Oak.
i leer for Georgia describes .the ..deI "For Behold" a New Year, a new annual letter that their fl J.tet entering. There was a little Messages came to :Mr .and Mrs.
rr!' pleted foodstuffs and supplies In the opportunity a New Year to accomplish friends allover the world look forward J I r"aedorgan and now and then a Ratliff from Utah. San Antonia,

1 .. I Southeast. The northern'portion'01 f.to Improve that which we to: . 1 Igpest r .t.tat,. down to play a tune. I I Texas, London England. Dallas ..
_. _)'.')" Georgia he writes, Thai been completely : have and to learn from our mistakes !I.,,On a small marble top table (an I Texas, Norfolk Va. St. Augustine, .'. ,
t ." exhausted. Alargeportionof ., and misfortunes: : With the Ed Montgonxerys del.j anniversary girt from the daughter)jLaurencevUle, Ga. and Miamla, and
hT71"1YD. Cf>rllRG fl > 'I f 1vfiTI I the citizens are ) compelled HAPPY NEW YEAR 'Frog' Hollow. Road and Maud Haveener : and .three sons were miniatures'' of California. 'f
'j to look elsewhere\, for family\ sup I out at "Hickory Bottom" Julia' ,. . /
and Oscar Ratliff taken be-
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I plies. The middle portjori 'o( the Every-Christinas I have a card were are on an.even. keel.. I fore? heir marriage and in a gold-I I Myrtle White said she was tf '

IUCHT.POND '(JASPER) | CALVARY HA1'ii;, 1 state v has' not been I heavily from Al, Fran Teresa, Joe and this (trarne was the newspaper accountof busy in December she di ht't know
..BAPTI r. 'CHURCH .f < iir"; drained but 1 now haV. an efficient l.eAt'Anne Marie Martin Francis"Mll'er The wash house Is the nicest |i'tt>F wedding in the Methodistparappage what day 1 if. wad But last Sunday
diandayScbool ,...._.... 10:00a.m. |i ,Jasper .. >: and energetic corps 'of eenb'who and her lovely famuy. rm place in town.. You get to fee' lotiK in AdeL 'and Monday J Is different. On W n- 's
Service 11:00 a.m. Pastor: Rev Jfted Herring are gleaning the entire section. o' nice folks while your cloths''gX '
Honing
+ SIT 1, would miss it if Fran ever rfX the mantle in the"dining'day she had a regular family party.
...... ........ 6:30 Within two. three weeks will' clean, 'A. >ver
Training Union -> Sunday School......... 1040am.: or they One sister remarked I haven't Ihad
forget.
Evening'Worship _: ........._ 7:80 :Morn Service ,....'H',.*,11:00 a.m. have gathered up aB the supplies of .' ;' j eMend ( of room si 'giant,was seed a striking pod of.the arrangement Palm'spry ttee much fun since we were
llid" eet|" Prayer Service every ,Training Union .........'. 6:30: p.m. meat that can'be had without resort A Nettle Olsen of Sanlltateo. I A high Uht.of my Christmas ', ... I 'rf.O ,
With gold 5 t'ic
1i'edn.rday at T30 to forceThe day was the service theAdvent t : .
p.m. military Chief at
Evening Service ...... 7:30: was'pllcht
pm. i California made a donation : '
,rETlrODIST' Commissary of Sub llfanc.,. the Christan church at nine hi the mom The,dining table by a I,
Prayer Meeting Wed. Kelly
JASPER FIRST ? 7:30: p.mOAK | Ito the Society of crippled chil- lsngf V; pane glass window with a'' Sara and Milton and youngMilton'
State of Alabama thinks that fill the r ing.
'The Friendly Church" ,surplus there will be needed the,tlren an ddaults I In my, nam'. \ am '. :" :view,.of the prden.oar Junior joined the Barker
by !
N. E. BOOTH. Pastor GROVE rwntCII OF CHRIST humbled. I family here on the weekend.
ORDER OF P-SRVICE troops in that State Ho thereforedeclines v Mr. and Mrs. ,C. B. Harrison i' Tha.satin covered table was oyer, -
Between Jasper and Jennings 'i Mr. Pren Cate of.Pohokee{ .,and several told'' With' cloth of net appllqued I|I
Sunday School ..._ 9:46 a.m. to allowanything further spent days In Jacksonville : a Young John Hyman and Miss
i Horning Worship _' 11:00 a.m.Evtrvon on highway 41 ,to be brought out'From. Florida I Leesburg? died Dec. 17,.'Pren'was I,with Annie and Gene McKervey. with\ *wedding bells outlined in.gold!,Caroline,, Yager of Jacksonvillewere
t / EVENING SERVICES Worship Service ........ U to 12 cattle. This supply'Is now rapidly professor o fthe Jasper Normal InS I which many evil !lagree Is the nice the1 daughter Marie Roberta.q |{!Florence Ryan and Mrs. Virgie
Junior Fsllowcblp 6:00 p.m. Sunday evening. Service ...... 7:15: diminishing. The people complainthat stitute. He was a young boy here est way to have Christmas dinner. 1 During the first hour MrsV D. It: Hyman, Sunday. .

Jr. High Fellowship .. 8:00: prn. Wed. Evening Bible Study .. S:00 I cattle are becoming scarce., and had many friends. Two or JasPer friends Klrkman poured coffee trom n .
Youth Fellowship 4:00 p.m. Phone WE8-2091 j The chief room; of subsistanc three summers past he and his son I Several had cards antique china coffee pot using cups I Miss Ophelia Bryan came up for

I Worship Berries __... 7:00 pm. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH reports but few more can be expected Idrove up to Jasper for a day Just to from Major and Mrs. Kenneth of daintiest china. Mrs. John Lewis. ,;'Christmas days with her sister Mrs
Youth Social Hour S:00 p.m. I Barer Canova Pastor I till next summer, as the +speak to oM friends. Abagls of Eatenton. N. Jersey. served punch and Mrs. R. D.: Blanche Perry and the Will Bryans.

Wednesday Hour of Power 7::15 p.m Sunday School at; __ 6:41 grazing season Is past ,the cattle: They have three children of whom Vlckery cut the flower decoratedwedding -
I iya.e had they are very proud. This (is March of Dimes month.
Little a birthday cake.
BAPTIST Morning Worship ......J 1:00 sum. now poor and pasts age and for Betty
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BETHEL PBIMI1 a.III'each Son.Cfcurta Training Union .,....., 6:45: p.m. age so scant on the long route to I luncheon Dec. 19 at her home in CapltOla. Mrs. C. B .Harrison poured coff e},7-Jrs. Emmett Dupree is Chairman
Bible Std at to I Evening Worship ............ 8:00 this place (Atlanta )that they could) the country; There were 10 little Mrs. Kyser spent sever! the second hour while Mrs. Bro- for o Hamilton County.
Service 11 "111. 7 p.m. decorated with al days with Mrs. George Stephensn Much has been accomplishedwith
Prayer Services Wednesday't '- not be driven. girls. The house was 'ward Bryan presided at the punchbowl .
4 Sundays'each Month 7:30 p.m.JASPER ,', : ( Federal Rear'Admira) T. BaUer, ballots and a pretty Mrs. Denton. Jennings last week. .I and Mrs. Shelton Lewis cut March of Dimes money and a '._
PBYE 6:00 p.m. itch Sunday: C. \I great deal Is being accomplished. .
cake. the cake.
'OF'COD commanding the East Gulf Blockading Birthday | : .
Elder L. M. DeVane pastor CHURCH .
Mrs. Stella Williams
t rJASPER' Irving>. Hughes, Pastor Squadron, reports that he has i I Is doubling' Hostesses in the gift room were Belt honoredIto have a letter
'PRESBYTERIAN Sundsy\Sdoo)'.;.._v\ :00 am presently under his command thirtyfive : Rebecca .and Max DeVane,and {'tells the size of her kindergarten. She Mrs. Joe C. Mitchell. Mrs. Myron from President and Mrs John R.

CHURCH SERVICEThe Morning1.W6r hlp lltOO sum. vessels .Including steamers little girls Lyn and Dawn spent' a me her enrollment Is 35 altho :Johnson Mrs Henry Vickers and Bertrand of Berry College and a
William W. Van Zant IH9ndsy rrr few with the C. D. Barkers theToast I she aa..Id.her average attendance is Isomething I Leon SandQit.r .
Rev. Evening Airship .:. 'I:00 schooners (barks and sloops. (j days Mrs personal not. They were over night
School,-*:45 .. M. TUESDAY C ,. The V. S. Sloop Rosalie and Its weekend J.'j MI less-Williams :*,, ,? '! Services; 11:00 J.. Prayer 'Meeting 1:10 boats returned t e fWiotte Hmrbot ) The Stella school for'courtesies were Mrs. Vernon Bridg-land, I prize their friendship.
this after I I I 'jneE.. ''Dupreeahadf a large I lithe folks has established quite a': I I.Roberts.
-c FRIDAY* ,morning making) contact .es'Mrs. Charles Green. Mrs. M. L.I| Mr, and Mrs. Bobby Kent cele-
i ry JASPER ADVENT IT. P. E. ....__.._.__.. 7:10 pjitCHRISTIAN [with the U. S. S. Gem of the Sea. |family] gathering during the holidays. 'place in Jasper a'tradition like''' .- Mrs. :J. E. Shepherd. Mrs brated the move, Into their new
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. I ./There were thirty-five gather !"I attended Oxford" j I Ponc Sandlin Mrs. Graham Black: I .
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Travis Carter I .,.- home at Twin Lakes with a Christmas
; EURNHAPJ : r Excerpts from an editorial by eel for dinner folks ail the way'from 'bliss! Bunnye Bridges, Miss..JackieIRatlifT.
.. ...... id. ..m. family dinner party. Those
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Sunday School!:,; ? CHURCH t Boydon Hunt editor of 'These Berifrfllade, Florida to New RATL1FFS OPEN HOUSE' .
Service ........ 11:00 am. are enjoying the day were: Mr and
Morning FOR GOLDEN
Paul )H. Pastor I WEDDING} DAY
Stewart our Children". Florida Juvenile Jersey, Out of town guests were: Mr. and
.... 7:30pm. Mrs. Cecil Hodges of Jasper Mr.
Sunday Night night Service Sunday School.sachj.Sunday 10:00: _. .----- I "It takes a heap o' living to Mrs. Virgie Lewis, Maltland. :Fla. I I and Mrs. Ronald Hodges and children .
Wednesday ...... 7:30 p.rn.prayer Church Setvlce Second< ''aM'Fourth make'a golden wedding!, day.It Mr. and Mrs. Ervtn Smith, Veto of Jacksonville Miss ResaleKent
QcIrPraetlee Service ...... 8:00 pm.D1VONIA Sundays .................. 11:00: was a' lovely Sunday for the Beach Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jennings, Mr. and Mrs.
CYF and ;Bible Study Second and STUMP BROS. Open House at the Oscar Ratliffs on Marable Junction Qty, Kansas; >and Mrs Lawton Hughes and chil
BAPTIST CHURCH Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6.30: December 22, their golden wedding 1 Mr. James 'Ellis Cooper, Quitman|
Trulett M. Comer. Pastor day. I Ga; Mrs. Maude Cooper, Morven I Continued wn Page 6s I
10:00: .a.m. ........ Sundayschool JENNINGS METHODIST 300 South Patterson, Valdosta Georgia _.
11-00: am ...... Morning Worship "Enter Rest Pray"Pastor -
'00 p.m ,............... B- T. U. : OuarleL W Rogers Sr.
7:00 pm. ...... Evening Worship Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.
Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. BUILDING
night :
Wednesday, Prayer't:30 pas. Worship Services 2nd and 4th
Meeting Sundays 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m

WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COO NEW Kenneth
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Tu
Sunday School ___ 10:00: ..Ill. N. : tee
M. Rowell pastor
SUPPLIES
8:30
Y.P.E. Sunday .. ..._ vm ,
Prayer Meeting Thara. .. 1:10 p.m Sunday School every Sandal at ,.
10:30: ..m.
WHITE SPRINGS 'reaching,, 11:30 a.m. A 7:30: pja. 'I
FIRST BAFTISJT CHURCH Training Union ,-.......a 6:301 n. :
Rev' C. E. Bailey, Pastor Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at -'- QUALITY FIRST -- ( : Tax Assessor '

Sunday: School .,"___ 10:00: a.m. 7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY' .
_,' 11:00 ..m.
Morning Service APTIST' ? !4" Ext. Plywood \ /
Union ..,._._ 7:00: p.m. : : .. : t :
Training 95 '
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Evenuuc Services __ 8:00 p.m. 1..1.... Blends 4. x 8 Sheet . .'. .'. . .."' $2. HI' i.: .:'>, ,.: : :'.:" ,. ,;.ft
service 8 p.m. Nathan . .
Wednesday prayer: Wooley, Pastor 1 1I AD Plywood > :: .
i ) I Sunday School ...JL*... 10:00: a.m. !/ .: ., 2. 5 : '' '
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FIRST Pastor METHODIST Rev. Harry Goddard ''I Preaching/ (Each Service.Sunday Each )Sunday: at 4x8 Sheet . . .!r.Sr. .' .". ; : ;-t;: .:* > -; ':- announces .' that-: ', .. <, ) :

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School _._ 10:00: am. M"AD Plywood
Jundsy 11K)0) a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "

Worship(A class Service for every......age 11:00 group am.) Prayer Meeting Each .Wednesday 4x8 Sheet . . . . . &.4U I, ..

........ 4:00 at 7:30: p.m.FRIENDSHIP HOMESTEAD
Youth Fellowship : p m. 1 CD APPLICATION CARDS
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE CHURCHW. !Yl" Sheathing Plywood o cc I

White Springs every Sunday at D. Stewart.. Pastor 4x8Sheet . ? . .'. . .
11:00 a.nn.Swift Sunday School...,,..... 10:00: a.n. .
Creek each Third Sunday Morning Worship :;..... 11:00 a.m. FELT fll Ib. r Qr will be mailed to each home owner between the

i at 3:00 p.m. training Union -.;._.., 6:30 p.m . . . .. . ,... .. ... i.yo.
METHODIST CHURCH Evening Worship ..... 7:30 p... >' I
FIRST STATENVILLE, GEORGIA W.d. Prayer: Meeting 7:So pas Bird TB Shingles, 1 15 year Bond >*:' 6.75 Dates of January 1 and January 15, 1964. .This

Allen Brooker. Pastor RIDGE CHURCHOF 23; lb., Sq . . . . .;"' .
Sunday School ......._. 10:00: ara. COD II- ''\;'...... I .
Worship 'Service 2nd and 4th .. Pre Hung Door Units l will eliminate the into and
Rev. Earl Deas town
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Sundays ... ...... 11:00 am. 1320
MYF Eacfc Sunday at Sunday School ._?._ 10:00: ,sm. J'O"x6'8" Each ., . . .
Jr. and S
; Morning Worship :._.11:00
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7:00: P.m. at Wednesday Night ...__ 1:30 p.m. Raillite Laminated Plastic Counter Top on I
,Prayer .Meeting Each Thursday wait in line to make application for exemption.
8:00: p.m. Prayer Service I Sq.] r t. . . . . : . .fv .:
Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:80 I
rI'l ; Social Hour Each Thursday :. ,
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?e SUWANNEE THE NAZARENE CHURCH OF JENNINGS CHURCH ASSEMBLY Of\ COD 9x9Each . . <.' . . ; .14 THIS, CARD"WILL. ALSO SERVE .AS APPLICATION ,

1 j"I Fac Florida Sunday School each Sunday at I Pre-Finished Mahogany'Paneling .
Bert E. Wheeler 1000: m, ".' 4 Ort '
Sunday School ........ 10:00 A.M. Services Each Sunday morningand 4 x.8 Sheet . .". .,. ; ; .-:. FOR .WIDOW'S ANDDISABILITY

Preaching Service.....11:00 A.M.' .evening K" Sheetrock .
Service .......4 'SO: P.M. Old tIme Coepel Sins last Friday AA t\l\
gang Wednesday Prayer Meeting 73* each month ............ a p.rn. 4 x 8 Per M: . .'. .s. . . ... EXEMPTION.

EoKlNTtl MISSIONARY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PLAIN CEILING TILE t V; '' + .I
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BAPTIST CHURCH STA1'ENVILLE.OEORGIA D. W. Kaaaon PutorServices 12xl2Each . . : . .', .!! ." .
!dor ton, pastor .' \ "
Rev., Marcus; ,
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'PJ. .adT Belaoo 1 (wry SoadaySonday 10 Sunday( School ..-...._ 10:00) arm Common Nails The;Assessor r feels that this service: will be.
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f MUag each WtndatrdayII 7:30 p.m. < .I ; ; a great help too'r: busy people at'this particular

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I VThen a person baa these belief)I it is also public because in thii(fled ;and he confesses with his lips who never committed a sin but it thing to me.. Is love All of these I ask everyone of us, that we not
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Methodist Youth 'and uses them dairy he has the ke), way we migh;J* able to win others and so saved. i ij doesmean\ that you will : toivalk'Jtt ;other" tuJfcs aA exttemely'lmpor-' :I only speak of 4Ntse* bing* butt;gut t

of (to abundant life in''this "work l I to him. For they,might see the way i j Sanctification.is toe:'new life one ; the ways d'the nrsi Of 'tant-,but without love for Coo ,aM I themjnto practice. We need to try
'T Speak and throughout eternity" that you can commune with him 'leads: after he"accepts Christ as hisi course .you may stumble and fall your fellow'man.' there Is nothing ,[(right not: only for ourselves but for

I : Their Faith II'!f and also asks for forgiveness( ol Savior I and p&rd. That oerlfinly 6n the/iwaysld; ,but.you"Wtn.pick. As the bible tells you ,to love your mankind, and to do the right thing
';1' I Miss Darlene Moody spoke tali th i your misdeeds. ,It is also the meet'doesp'tnnean'that one' Is perfect. yourselTlip': :.and go 'on your.way enemy and turn your othe cheekwe I far God. to thank him for so many

\' All us are"preparing for the'f Church and declared:' ing of Christians reading of the holy or cannOt'sin, because we are only even if you do stumble and fall. must strive to do this. For' f 'of the good things that he has done
.,'A ne wyear.pt It seems ,appropriate to What I Belto* In Ai A Christian' word, preaching of it. and i the human,,and Jesus was the only one The last, but the most Important have knownJV (times myself that for us every day'of-our lives.
about: celebration of the sacraments
thought
have you ever .
this is sort of hard to do, but faithin
look to the future with hope thru '
whnt you believe in, I mean ever; Forgiveness is one of the most I '
our personal faith. During the past really thought about it? Lately ]: essential things in a Christians life. God prayer am Aar} will, you will ...0.. .. .
f year two of the Methodist youth of work whatI For without and contentment FACTS accomplish this. the saying goes
the
have put my mind to on this 1 r JjIJAX
where there Is a win, there Ik a Q AL STORK
First Church, Jasper have declared way
think about faith. I have come up that God forgives him of his
"";,I : their: faith. Miss Margaret Ann 1-
':' with some things that I did not ever .Ins .and loves him, he will go - .,.
". Sapp, writes: really think) about befOl'e'Ibe fatyi about in the world not knowing t
'tti". c S s o.'..t. MY FAITH 'that I would be able to gel up in the"'what he belives in. and will be diaI EA A REAL BARGAIN I 'o' hI ''
"Faith is the substance o fthings clean to contented frustrated and
I morning, have things put ..: unhappy t
t hoped for. the evidence of thingsnot .on, and the faith to get to school or-: I think that every good Christian New "Director" Series !
seen." Faith shapes my actions any place I am going. I take these,should believe in the Bible because 7 ;;- I

.', determines my outlooks on life, and things,for granted as most peopledo It is the word,of God sent to his \ I ___.
gives meaning my daily life.I but"you know when you come ''people by ones, that he has chosen ."I f a4
as a Christian. beHv
the Father,, AJrrigntly. That he is lot of faith that you or I can .do''could follow after telling of his II t .

the maker of Heaven and earth and these things. jworks' and wills. You know I guess .'.
infinite In Wiadom. Power love. I The church is another very Important [if you were a really good Christian I '
belive that he is the redeemer of all thing, for without this, I you' would believe in It, because it isI
mankind an dthat he is concernedthat think that people would not come to I I the word of God and you do believe I II

all people fulfill his purpose recognize God so soon, r ever. The In God. I "
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for them. Church Just isn't like any club or| The celebration of the Sacraments ffffffff 'fi
6ASOUNE QUALITY HAS BEEN w 'w ./'go CO/MUCH
I believe I in Jesus Christ. I believe society it is something that you belong and boJy baptism are two e of THAT TWO 6AUOM I $ NOW WILL CO THE WOE* THAT
that through his death I can be to because you are a Christian the most important things to me. I WOJLP HAVE REQUIRED THRKE GALLONS IN riXSURPRGiNcVLXTHE
treed of sin. I believe/that his living and if you are not, I do not think I think the communion should be cosT-EXcl UPlNS TAXES i
presence lets us \arjt of God's con you should Join Just to make appearances open, because when Jesus broke IS ABOUT THE SAME .

.. cern for us. I look good. ,bread with the disciples Just before
I believe that fie Bible is a Service is to get Inspiration, guidance ..he'was crucified ,to take away the IH THE PAST OVCAC* r.]
guide to.adll ,yttvifa. I believe in and strength from to face!sins of all people, I think that it WHILE PRICES IN CHER pptGEQy e Tk I More generously pro.
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eternal life. Tbat'the Earth is'our trials, and tribulations set before:|was a kind of symbol that everyon THE AVFHA6GPaCCOFRE4ULAB I portioned,?'JuxtmoutlY:
home for now but that Heaven is you. One of the time worn clichesof J should take comet: union. eRAPC 66' I cuihloned'with; : dual,
our eternal some.I preaching is the remark that'the ', No matter what denomination, OLIVE BUCKIN6 TH8TBENR I contour molded foam I
I as a Methodist, believe in conversion service begins when the worship'. people or non-Christian, Baptism{ I Is THAN PaOfPCOMORE 4 PEJZttNt I IFWT rubber and styled in
which is when you experi- ends" This is really true, because supposed to syrabolii that you are IN THE s dMa handsome squire tub
ence God ''through Jesus Christ. I,you are suppose to gp out and serve' one' of God'a people, but some peo- ecAc'Iz TAXES INGRIIASID 6aw'.t g 'ing! Call for free ten. ;
believe in Christian love active goodwill mankind for God. J&'dart't do it because of that, but EARLY 39 PERCENT.; day trial in your of
to all men .and daily life that Is Worship is a way of communing1 because they want to appear good. fice. No obligation, of
controlled by God's Will. with God_Worship_is J personal, but'14 believe that you can become a I ,course. \
6ASOUNB TAXES NOW fief MOTOR
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A 0" 0. f 0" 'l "1' "T'r'Jl !I "_'' Christian without being baptized so .
w IST6 S>I7 MILLION VERY OY ON A .. \ ''lI04el250."IU. .
believe in spriniuuu or k.*aer- NAnOM-WPfi NVERAbI TAKES APO ,'
son, because in the Bible it says 50 PtBCtNTTO THE RETAIL PfoCC OF ., .

For Office or Home Use I ftha. ,the Holy Spirit came into the rr T e cUEI. o ee .f'! ,

: of the disciples in the upper: t e N a 'o tie MaM t
room. They were not baptized alee JAMS JANi ,

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BRIEF COVERS !!you.serve God by doing things for 1I I 2-6331
'him,within the church, and In the \
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:: 'I'e STAMP PADS AND INK Justification is pardon so justification
: I .' by faith is the faith that Don't Miss
'"',, PAPER CUPSSCRATCH God 'will pardon our sins thru his ;
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grace, 'which is a gift from him.
.;' .1 PADS'! This is not: given by our selves butts .
given by God, and by God alone
INDEX CARDS When we committed these sins .we
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' ', ', ;.: IN STOCK AT '- II' 4> i' LADIES WItfTER'CftATS and Jackets

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. .. . "Joy i fo not In thingsIt -- 1 I L SWEATERS AND SKIRTS '
,f '" . I "r. .:,' I I I I Is In us ." .
:, ....AU too often siren our splr

look Its are toward at low others ebb with we tend envy to j|I 13 Mens and Boys' JACKETS and SWEATERSMens

r with the feeling that If we could '
Y U4/9 ,have certain poM MlorM that $19.95 SPORT COATS

J' our neighbor have acquired .' .t ,
We would be/ more enjoyable for :
"i' LADIES SHOES Fall Winter Dress Shoes
us. .In many Instances our live ,
.:.' by MRS. ANNE: STERLING might be more comfortable and .' OFF ,
'\ '" Director of Consumer Education possibly easier physically.. How.ever t ft GIRLS SUEDE SHOESLADIES

'T- for the Professional Laundry'Industryapeseasw..r..w.we" ..in truth without the abUrty I
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"d \\' within onetve to apprcta/e -
"" \ .the'goodneiw and beauty which HATS and HANDBAGS .', 4 '
, in-round IM, no accumulation ': J
A Cy TsbU. To serve your holiday dinner and all the
Stt of material things ran bring m
trimmings amid active atmosphere, set a gay table by using .. .. .
table cloths and the Joy me" are seeking .o.IA ..
When making your own holiday
colorful linens.make sure that the fabric .you.select }JI' colorfast and certain amount of Joy however Mens Dress Pants :
napklna
wasllab. _-., Indian Head cotton Is an ideal.fabric to use because of,. 'can be found In making Mens All' Wool
its excellent u.e of the quick, ey facilities I
I aerviceabihty. standard, proving they will retain at JASPER LAUNDRY AND i t S
For attractive their i original I appearancewill I C7.EAYER9..ITether' you de- reg6988.98, ,
decorations on not shrink j out of sire i and $5.00: ( Suitsplues
sire plt'lL.up and delivery or Stylemart I
t your cloths cut holiday bells, are and sunlight.colorfast Less both than to washing half of elf-service, rely oo JASPER NOW ...............-........ ; .

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t I The Bingcn went before the play I will ting and< give praise--, even-one after this manner ,and another I I I II I--
What Is That In Thine Hand? Ex. 4:2 ''en on Instruments following after with glory. Awake psaltery and{after that.'* I Cor 7:7. I ,

'Among hens were the damsels I harp; I myself will awake'early.) But unto every one of us is givengrace I '
Have yod ever seriously consider proper: use I playing with timbrels. Bless ye Ps. 108:12. I will I sing a new song. according to the measure of FILMSDeveloped
ed the ,gift and callings of God? t -Whatsoever thy hand flndeth to,God in the congregation ,even ,the unto thee 0 God: upon a psaltery:the gift of Christ Eph. 47.: And he "
And the of these gifts and do, do.it with thy might; for there Isreal.''and .
purpose Lord, from the fountain of an ,instrument o /ten ,strings gave some, apostles; and some pro .i'.
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callings Why they are given? 'is *o work nor device, nor know Pa. 68.25-26.1 will also praise thee will I sing praises unto thee. Ps 144' t t, ..
The Lord asked his servant Moses ledge, nor wisdom, in the grave 'with the psaltery, even thy truth 0 '9. Sing unto the Lord with thanks'phets, ;pastors;and some and, evangeltst1and'lOme teachers; for .r
.'What is that In thine\ hand? Moses whether thou' &\est. Ecc 9::10. .My God: unto thee will I sing with'giving' ;sing praise upon the harp I the perfecting of the saints, for the I
answered rod. Now we will not So often our' hands find! nothingto harp, 0 thou Holy one of Isreal unto our God. Ps. 147;7. Let them work of the ministry for the edifYing
argue as to whether the rod was do, because we are not looking Ps. 71:22, Take the psalm, and praise his name' in dance: Let them. o fth. body of christ EsiI.j .
a gift or not but it was something in the right direction ;but instead bring hither the tlmtrel the- pleasant sing praises unto hire with timbrel!41112.:
in Moses hand that was to be used are looking for, or making excuses harp with the psaltery; Blow and harp' Ps. 149:3.: j Let us not overlook the fact,that -NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE-!
under God's direction to manifest that might not be acceptable before up the trumpet in'the new moon 1 1 Praise him with the sound of the(Paul was talking! to the;church's
great blessings. But if not used as the Lord. Burying. our talents. in the time appointed on our trumpet; praise him with the[and referring to the gifts'and calling I) BLACK AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR
directed by God, it could bring Let us consider a talented singer solemn east day. P,. 8113.: l psaltery. and harp. Praise him with of_God to those in the church
curses insteadDoubtless and musician by bringing to your The Lord'shall 'countvhen' he me unmoral ana aance; praise rum I Lc:M. DeVIUW. t SLIDES OR PICTURES
Moses had never seriously attention how he felt about using wrietn up the people I1at this man with stringed instrument and or-I r.' I a Films For Sale .
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walking cane that evidently ,he rendering praises unto the Lord singers as the players in instruments ;lana. Praise him upon the high LOW I INTEREST,r
carried with him dally ,as he went Probaly it will be inspirational to : shall be there. Ps. 8767. ..Itis sounding ,cymbals. Let everythingthat LONG TERM Rolls To.
i hath breath praise the Lord. Bring Your .
about doing his chores, would ever w to better use what we have. i a good thing to gave mania unto( I
have real but (Un hand). :Prr.lse'e die Lord. Ps. 150:36.i : I II !- LOANS-
any significance ; our the Lord ,and to sing praises unto
he learned afterward that even he Praise the Lord with harp? sing I thy name, 0 :Moat High; to show I i The Apostle John .on the Isle of i Thru the' THE_ JASPER NEWS
had< only a rod in his hand that unto him with the psalterey and forth thy loving kindness' in the Patmot, in the Spirit of the Lord's I
i\ through following the direction of an instrument of ten strings. Sing i'morning' and thy faithfulness day was told to write what he saw FEDERAL' LAND BANK SV .2-6331
the Lord, that great things could, unto him a new song: play skillfully I'''every night, upon an instrument often In a book and send it unto the chur 1 i Live Oak .: 362-1525' ..
and did transpire through: the uses with a loud voice. Ps 3323. Mjr: strings and upon the psaltery; j dies. Some of the things he saw I'
hand heart is 0 Cod, heart is I was: Four and twenty elders fell II Federal Land Bank
of that rod in his *i fixed my upon the harp with a solemn I ,.
Probablly] you have not thought fixed; I,will sing and give,praise.I,I sound Ps. 92:1-3. Make a Joyful'down before ,tne Lamb, naving .. .
much about having anything that Awake up my glory; Awake, psaltery 'noise unto the Lord all the earth: 'every one' of them harps .and they I I ASSOCIATIONLIVE Ii- The Complexity of Today's!
,would be very much worthwhile in and harp?' r myself wfil wake I j make a Jound noise ,and rejoice (,sang a'new song. Rev. 5:8.: And I', OAK ;
your hand or at your command early. X 'win, praise,thee. 0 Lord, :and sing praise. Sing unto pie Lord saw the seven angels', which stood I ] "
but most of us! at least have more among the people: X will sing unto),with harp; with the harp, and the(.before God; and to them were I I 311 1 South, Ohio Avenue CarsDEMANDS
than we really are putting to'the ,thee among the nations. Pa. 57:7-9.1: !voice of pslam. With the trumpet seven trumpets. Rev. 82.: And I ,--. ----. ,
and sound of cornet make a Joyful heard the voice of harpers haryhrg'with j i w..y.. 2:0 .
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DOES YOUR BUSINESS LETTERHEAD MAKE Ps. W:U.O God my heart Is fixed it were a new song before the -, neon assn's '
n. I I throne and elders Rev. 14::2-3, And Inqure Robert Ehlert Ural
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: 1 PIANO RECrrAT..S" ,EVENTS FOR PARENTS {jJ !'"- .. g I I I', ONE; Standard make pattern "maybe ofJacksonville.'! Mr. and Mrs.
... used. ,'11" Mack;Wadsworth t Dawn from
) @ I I The costume: *'shall. Include hot Madison, Mrs.' Ralph Wynn Anglia,

ClJfl'SH10.f t t tore than three, pieces fI ;. cendaLLeetnaiy Mr.'4 Mrs'."OneBrew5rWSebrei r
I8Iit i I I pNG ,s'et-'o fextra' acceesorleafrosy l *,Wand'Andrea ', t )

be shown, but not modeled of Valdosta..Mr. and Mr*.. A
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.-- j I O. tomes entered in the contest B. Taylor d Live Oaks] a,,granddaughter ', "
on4u.d'Fronl'ai! zi must have been.e the
J during from, Texas and two l
dten and Mr,.: and: Irs?:""Howard current Club y 4E. grandchildren from,Valdosta. .' THE JASPER. NEWS
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Mrs. Ruth Bryan Rogers and Win be final. SCRATCH PADS *
ston and Gail of Durham N. C. Each,Contestant moss'have with
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were here Christmas visiting Mrs. her ;the pattern used a description ,:\: _' "" 1'1 '
Mamie BI"Y.L't'and Mr ,and Mrs. of the material and the cost. ..
Helen DalL: PRIZES prize A free trip for All .Sizes Shapes Colors
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---- Florida Sunday and Robert Tickel Station WDBF. .
I Mrs. M. L. Powell presented the doll-Gail Hayes, Midge doH-Kathy Partyfn''f the Jennings High School of Plane dry: visited Mr. and Mrs. 2nd prize $20.00 Cash, Certificates .!
members of her Jasper music class fledge, Ken'doll-Gail Carter-Circus Cafeteria ,.on TWrsday afternoon W. R. Dail at that time. for winner and her club
: in a unique Christmas recital in the Smart doll-Elaine Bridges, Spanish December 19 Just after school was stance saddened when arcum.1]i ii: JUST

high school auditorium on Monday Doll-Clarle mil Raggedy Ann doll, dismissed for the Christmas Holi 26 Mrs, DaD was called to N. C.I I i Mkv and Mrs., Jim Bennet and ,.n MADE UP"ANEW
Evening December 18. Each member .Gall) Adkfcs:' fcnsel and Gretel dolls days. Each member of the class because of the sudden death of his daughter of Jennings had Christmas ; .
of the class portrayed the role Kay Peyne; and Jeannie Carter present played a number on the brother-in-law Mr. Millard Pittman dinner with Lois and May : BATCH AT.

vof some activity connected: with,committee( supposedly represent- piano Mr Pittman a lay minister 1n Curry.
Christmas before playing some ford evaluated the performance of Santa ('I I Harry Reid spent Christmas In
I t 1 At the conclusion of the program his church was in the pulpit land I :
Christmas music on the piano.I musical ,toys and then played a practice awards were presentedto fell,and died Instantly. New York and on Long Island visitIng I
The scene and theme of the recital number eremselves. This committe i Primary friends he had made last summer .
the following;, pupils Is''
was Santa's Toy Shop just before Florin Hester and Jan Tuten Not grades: (no record kept), Upper The Junior Eddie Crouch who I when he worked up there. He THE
Christmas.'The part of Santa Claus only Idle! this committee and the )elementary: grades; Penny Roebuck a dentist is moving to Jacksonville will be home this Saturday. JASPER NEWS

was played by Delores Marable and musical toys perform at the piano Junior High: Brenda MurphyFor an dwill open his office there. 1 1I. I S. ,
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Sharon Sapp played the, part of but .the snow men, the elves and I Mrs. C. B. Harrison and Mrs. ..
Mrs Santa daus Santa's little Mr: and Mrs. Santa all took their marked Improvements riven'to over I.. Tommy Crouch Is entering a hospital Oscar Ratliff went Monday to
helping elves were played by: Sally. turn at the piano last year awards were in California He' following in Adelle ThejjivVUitei; the Parrish "I 1. :: :
AJdermaa.and'Marla Sejph
Musgrove, John Dedgi and Bobby i 'Practice' awards based the Sheila his fathers profesaon and will be a cemetery where :Mrs. Ratliffs par
IHcJonan. The snow men were: upon For unusual progress as beginner'sAwards doctor. lie will go to Mayo for fur.ther' ents are buried. Then on to have :
Debbie Flsk, Patricia Musgrove I. most number, of hours practiced were presented to t Jan study.. !dinner with Mrs Charlie Roberti, '.
went to J..U.ndt'1ohns in the prlmarydepartrrfenEleine '. -.
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and Nanc (Nancy was \ Bridges In the 'a cousin of Mrs Harrison. They .
the hospital and did not get to par-I elementary and Sally Musgrov boys, Mike Barren and Jimmy The Senior,Dr Eddie Crouch are also go on a little shopping trip In
upper j Roebuck were given a gift for the still In Colorado and folks here are
ticipate in the recital) After being I I Valdosta as is often their custom.
in;the.Junior High. At the conclusion ,
; and interest that they had least for ( .. .. .
properly wound and maneuveredthe :&( :the recital refreshmentswere (progress wishing they'd .come at a I 3I !
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mechanical music : ; shown their music. Three of the vUit. .1
following sefVed by som of the. mothers In I Mrs. Karl MinorHowe" 'and Mr
toys performed at the piano. GumDrop o' fthe Clara'" .' ,Ko-nsct.; t....,nnirs DocDec Devane and Mrs Bill Strobp citive.Oak I .
DoUle-Sonrry Scaff, Panda I . Linda McGraw and Janet Alderman The Woman's Club meets Jan. I visited friends irk Jaspef Jan. 1st.
Bear-Cindy Rawll. The Dutch i M. J each received an award for" the 10-Mrs. Wade Morris ,I1* program Mr. Stroup is minister of music In
S Twins-Kathy and Randy Johns. The mothe'n .of Mrs. M. 'L. {]I work they had done during the fall. chairman. It is the Conservation i I the Nirst Baptist"church of Live

Chatty Kathy Doll-Judy Powell, Powell's .music,class of Jennings Punch and cookies were servedto Committee. i Oak Mrs. Stroup (Reds Copeland)
J'ack-Inthe-bo:<-KarEn Hill Barbie were invited'to'a Christmas Recital all presentUSEDTYPEWIIITER' It 1 shoped that the /"*zczna Cv-(I until her marriage a few month \ .; i ,
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$40. Recently January planting; Mr. J. W. Kellyof tor the Florida Baptist Convention. '.) ,.,I.''f:

'"'recondltloned-aU in good the Forestry department is getting I Lt. Ed and Ann Cone'and young ;; 1 .

working, order The Jasper News the trees.for..the.club t se. Patricia of Ft Brag N. C.with Mrs. I .,,, ,,., I II
For E. E. Cone of Jacksonville "
were
club .
The Fashion show is scheduled I .
luncheon of Mrs. Florence .
guests
for the
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t I / I I Ii the elimination show making Ryan and Mrs. -Hyman New Years ," ,
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All i l1j and Mrs. t:. Crouch' and 1''.
March. Winners n the district go .
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(: /" to Jacksonville for the Federation daughter Ann of Colorado are visit t:
I Mr and Mrs. Will Ray Lewis
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Your' : fcr Club xvonan Sewing and Mrs. Walter Bucket .
.__ Contest ,were hosts at a Christmas, .family ,--.z-o
A Scnte ot Your Doctor 01 V.dicl.. Any member in. a Club belong to.gathering December 29 at the Buckels. l'
Y Flond mr *Local Medical Uwiicml Moei.tioaA Sector kid the the Florida Federation of Women's home .
Printing Chubs' is eligible to, enter provided Those present were Miss Frankie '-
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LOOK: INTO THE she has not earned money through Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. East, J----

EYES sewing within the past five years. Glenn and Faye East Mr. .Hervil,
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The phytician( looted into Only One daytime or all occas-Carolyn I ....s. TIle Ter.. tht/Strrici

t Needs the patients eye and the patients sion Costume may be submitted. I I"J'!" _.. ........_._..... .. ..._ __ _
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eye looked right at
I,, him-and told him things. Eye \
,r examination is a quick and val. ,yo I .. .

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condition,of .. ,
the kencral a pen- La t.
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,cite in the body are blood vessel I ... "t. I .' r,
I, 'THE 'jASP iN E''VS 'w;: and changes in the vascular ," J. .

I system seen to better advantage 'I
than in the Observations
eye
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of the blood vessels in the
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-; .... l : I t retina of,the eye furnish information '
"., i----T laid to be better than .
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: I ,. laboratory data.
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\ Such examination of the eye
::1 WE HAVE k done with an ophthalmo .
/ scope. An ophthalmoscope is a 6.
perforated mirror designed to
ALL SIZES throw light into the interior of
the eye and allow some of the
\ light returning from the pa ,at.
I OF tient's.eye to enter the eye of
the doctor. This instrument
makes it possible for physiciansto 1..
\" r study the, inner surface,of. ..,. .,
:; FILMSAlso I patient eye and note changes r
t 11' in the optic nerre and the blood 1 vessels. Not only are the earli .:F
est '\signs of hardening of the '
J arteries detectable, but retinal 'If
Polaroid I changes can be observed that ."

.indicate high blood pressure, .
I diabetes, nephritis brain tumor
FLASH BULBS :- ENLARGING : and tuberculous meningitis. .

td 24-hour Developing t i .and The Roman ancient surgeons Creek, operated Arabian "
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USEDRefrigerator' t Atq, a of type say else to a just-released U. S.Department of Commerce This is great news for all in the South. Sound,

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broader vocational opportunities that particularly
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BEFORE YOU, BUY! wily xpeel to pay.

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that yes May kavt.Real.* All t signs point to another big year ahead for year yet",for the SQUth.
bar. a wld..f.ed..1MARKING I
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MS/Ml SUf' IFS "MOOR
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are "in the works" that 1964 already off SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM)I

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I Friday, January, 1963 THi 'JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA. f ""-__,. j': :; PAGE,SEVEN

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..' GARDEN CLUB ',ANNOUNCES- . 1EIjt'lJbper I ) J&tos- '--

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Jlos CHRISTMAS. DECORATION WINNER 'z Published Every Friday? ;* i,
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y. Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida,
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Jasper Garden; Chib sponsored a Subscriptions'Strictly in Advance ,: '

Christmas Decoration Contest announced In', Local Items ., t BRIDE .' $3.00 in Hamilton County! $4.00 Outside of County
Jasper this and
year
Cards of Thanks . $1.00 Minimum
.
that they would not include decorations New Years Eve Church' services .

that were purchased, but only are such an inspiration and sonny Telephone SYcamore 2-6331

ones that were home made. churches celebrate the event. On, Mr and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers

Both kinds are beautiful., but the Channel 4 from Jacksonville on BAGWELL CARTER WEDDING CHURCH EVEN ---
:PATIENTS,IN HOSPITAL AS OF contest is to stimulate interest in New,, rears night at eleven o'clock JERRY JACKSON .P.T.A, M4.ni1:: (1Ra\'E HOMEDEMONSTRATION
JAN. 21961 "do it )'auneif." The Judge this (news) there was a church scene CLUB HET

:furs: Annie Pearl Deas year was Mrs. E. J. Bowyer of from nearby Live Oak. This was TO MEET JAN. 6 .. The Maple Grove Home Demon-

Joseph H. Mengerson, Jr. Moore Haven. the midnight scene at the First Bap Jtration Club held their annual

Mrs, Hattie Wynn First Prize went to Mr. and Mrs. list Church In Live Oak with a The Jerry Jackson Elementary Christmas Party In the Methodist

J. J.Zlpperer Reddin Dail and Billy for the best splendid number persent and as it School Parent-Teacher Associationwill 'Educational building at White
Mrs. Nancy DellS over all decoration. flashed ,on there were faces that hold their montbly.meetlne on r "emr 20 A delicious

Celia Anderson c II. Best all over outdoor decoration [you know well. January 6 at the school at 1:20 chicken supper was served at
Silas Dye o : Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Sa.ndlJA.IIIBestr In Jasper ai the First Methodist t Agenda fo rthe meetlg3Includps; 7M: o'"' their
Albert Davis o inside home decoration. church the Rev. Norman Booth conducted Devotion: discussion of P.T.A. pro- families, along with Mr*
Garland Jones o Mrs. Raymond Camp Jr., and &1.-.. a service and one not soon sects for the school year (trays and White, our agent, anci her children,.

Dorothy Williams ePATIENTSbISCHAhCnn Marvin O'Caln tied for first. Both t )tejorgotteiu A&the'yeart.turned a f Idt en u1pflltJ1T9,9ls.Jo": !; ,.t .*were: Vre nresent.. p g m
St'"w" A Itfan13arArts vere'ead' to have as our ,
Were.tr'donf'i4tlrhattWTrekAsand away and"the"rTew"Year- came In, Sh P; "Way to keep
Mrs. Pauline Howard live foliage used. the Methodist congregation present our children in school; Parent-Tea. ruest the Kountry Cousins Band
Sullivan Sauls IV. Best outside tree went to kneeled at the alter for communion chn relationships: The eo.T.. from Columbia County The Viub
Mrs. Betty; Jean Joyce Mrs. :M. W. Wetherington and John following a well prepared messageby lurch movement; and Commun- members and guests sang threeChristmas

Dorothy Tylet C. Sapp, done In the Joe Sapps' front the pastor..Outside the whistles ity Improvement as well as several carols. Then the enter-
other tainment was. turned over to the
Mrs. Betty Hudson. garden blew, firecrackers went oft car topicss.The
I
Koontry Kouslns. They played
V. First place for window, Mr. I a
Clyde Royal horns blew but it did not take
away meeting will be closed with 1 number of songs and Christmas ca
and Mrs. Jchn C. (Buddy) Camp.
Bell Mfflj
Mrs. Oora from the sacred feeling one felt .
refreshments and a benediction.. rols. They really did a great Job.
VI. Best doorway and which ,
one
Mrs Doris Cowart attracted much favorable attentionwas kneeling at the alter; feeling the tom o L.F tr$4 j JAU club members that failed to attend .
Mary Lee Turner C i nearness of a Holy Father. iii this party missed a great deal.
that of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Virginia Carter Mallory' .
Tuten., apd also missed being greeted by
Martin,1L Welcome C VII. The Scene in the On Christmas Eve night, a week 1I' Santa/ Claus as he arrived with his
Lucfle Brown Nativity before the late show and until 3a.m. pac kof toys. Santa delivered his
Belinda Diane GillA. City Civic Park Decoration.won first place for Best in the wee small hours of the ,>,, to ail the children then calledon

T. Beaty morning. There were several the chub president to help him
VII Best Church Decoration wentto
Catherine Mitchell C : churches and choirs that presented hand out the presents piled around
the Presbyterian Church
BIRTHS ;.- religious programs--one was for the decorated tree for the mem
Mr. and Mrs. W.Uliam Henry VTII. Among the colored which two hours from Washington D. C. t M bers.

Joyce, Jr Boby Boy, William were all excellent: :e .. irw Each member of band
the
Corene Bryant first for 11 s.ntee el Your Data .. M"'ld.. I re
place
Henry Joyce BX Birth date 12-26-63 won Mr..and MrsvJve Aycock of Atlanta you Lad M.dical SaeIec '.... the celved a lovely little sachet made
Edward E3ean McClain Baby all over decoration. The judge wet Ga. are, spending the week + *- t'Iond. M..ic.1 A..om.t/.s by Mrs. Erie Slstrunk.
girl: Blandina McClain born 12 20 that this was one of the most un- end with Mr, and\ Mrs. 0' Neal THE BENEFIT OF EXER&SS I All In all it was the nicest Cliriatmaa *
ique that she had seen this seasonas 4'r q
1963. Goolsby, parents of Mrs. Aycock. party we've ever had. All
she traveled! from South Floridato r It Is generally thatexercise
North Georgia. The couple are on their way to : it c't: :: human ,present enjoyed it very much.

BURNHAM NEWSB Best outside religious scent wentto Dallas, Texas where they win body. A moderate amount 'I" *
Williams. make their home and Mr Aycock of physical exercise is believedto EVERYT1MEA
> LOIS ZIPPERER Runette will work with Collins Radio Co be of benefit to the heart and'
X. Uptown, the best Commercial '. blood vessel and the voluntary FOREST FIRE STRIKES
Mr .and Mrs, Haflon' Lambertand Decoration was tied and went to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Zippererhad musclt There it also a psychic
son of Deland; Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Wise's Drug Store and the 'weekend I factor in exercise because cenerally : -
as guests over I people believe i physical
Lon Shad ick and children of Pine- Mrs. Myrtle White's Florist Shop Mr.. and Mrs. Edgar Gaston and exercise makes them feel better. YOU GETBURNEDI I
etta ;and Mr. and Mrs Russell windows. son Keith of Jacksonville and Mr. I Most physicians agree that
Alderman and children spent Christmas Prizes are given only for Irst and Mrs. R. G. Zipperer and Wayne exercise increases the muscle:
Day;with their parents and prize winners and these are plants of Tallahassee. tone and therefore aids in the

grand par ntsh Mr. and Mrs. RalphCunningham. from John Lewis Nursery to stimulate .. .. % ,.,-.1 circulation of the blood. Eter:
The marriage of Miss Joanne native greenery Centel'inc'the' else causes deeper! : and more
. beautification. Mr .'and Mrs. Leslie Padgett of Carter to William Alvin Bagwell of background was a sunburst arrangement rapid breathing which is desirable -
Second place winners were Mr. take Hamllon Visited their in causing the lungs to expand -
parents
Mr. and<<\*Mrs. Isaac Shiver were and,.Mrs. C. A. AVriett. Mr. andrlrs I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Denmark,' Gainesville, Georgia, was' solem- of white gladiolus, chrysanthemums > although whether or not
fortunate In having all ,their chil- Gene Adicks, Mr. and Mrs. of Staten-II nized Saturday evening, Dtc. 28, stock, and berry branch this expansion i II important 11 I
3ren 'with them during the holl- Horace Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Dassie Padget In the First Baptist Church of Jasper es. To> the rear of this arrangement everyday living I Is debatable.
ville this past week end with the Rev. Sayer Canovaofficiating flanking either side stood The effect of mild exercise on
rtnson, Mr .and Mrs. Harvey Oeh- < the digestive I is declaredto 8/U SEARS sti
A white satin system
candle
the double trees.
at ring cere lighted
lays.Mr. lert, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vickers, Hamilton County folks were sorryto bridal ribbon have little advantage white,
and Mrs. Lawrence SeVph Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mr. and learn of the accident Rev and mony. prayer bench with it is definitely known that via
and children of Jacksonville; and I Mrs. Clinton Zipperer, the Meth- Mrs. OUie Farnum were in while The bride .s the daughter of Mr and smilax centered the altar. )lent exercise depresses the functional spies! c.NNM'; ;. N. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zipperer and I I I I her father, activity in the digestive I A. I" A' ;
odist Church, Baptist'Church, Mr. returning from a visit with Joann and Mrs. Canton Carter of Jasper. Given in marriage by JOSTMI STAMPS. ,tOT TNT
m of Starke had dinner with their and Mrs. Dan BraswelL Parents of the bridegroom are Mrs. the bride wore a wedding gown of trsct.As for exercise atone ,bringinsiabout rI! ,I TlltpIUVM THC MALES/]
ants and grandparents Mr .and I Honorable mention: Mr and Mrs Albert Bagwell Sr. and the late Mr., white silk peau-de-sole fashioned weight reduction tfcls )is i a I

rs. Bert Zipperer.Christmas Day. Glenn Scaff Mr. and Mrs. Barney Burnham, Mrs. Thomas Leslie. I Bagwell.of Gainesville, Georgia. with low neckline, long sleeves, and fallacy.. Exercit mayappetite \: the -J
S. I Mrs. Leslie's tree was unusual (controlled skirt with pleating in the of the over* r- .
the
Smith ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leutner; Miss Joyce at organ extending into','a sweeping cathedral soa. causing him to bre'
and unique and if it had been used .. back ,
I played the traditional nuptial music food than he would Knot were
and Mrs. I Ale-
children and Re-embroidered
Mr'ar4 I parents'and grandparents Mr .and with a flood light it would perhape( and accompanied Miss Sally train. taking exercise. Til lost iI2S
arrard Sullivan and children W'erme Mrs Bert fcipperer and Mr. and been a first prize winner, ,but It ;Bagwell who sang "Because" '''!beLord's 'con lace studded with' simulated. dependable exercise obs per- r
from Macon, Georgia spending Mrs. A .L. Mathis of Jasper. could not been seen well by use of and "Whither pearls overlaid the bodice and sons can Indulge In Is pushing
Christmas with their parents I Mr. Homer Sullivan of Jacksonville only car lights as one passed I Goest.Prayer" I i front of the skirt. Her three-tier the chair away from the.sjinJn*
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan. Mr. and is spending some time with Many who had decorations we Thou .!\ell of French illusion was attached ,table. V
Mrs. Garrard Sullivan and 'children\his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sulli have heard of,which were:'beautiful The wedding party formed before ,to a lace foundation topped with a i The probably ps'ychtc as effect Important of exercfcris as !

left Thursday morning for Auburn- inside did not InvitethV Garden a background of lighted tap.. silk peau-de-sole rose, and she car other result, for apparently'! any-It'' "
dale Florida for a few,days ,visit van.Mr. Club to Judge them., May we have ers Interspersed with smilax and' ried a bouquet of phalanenopsis orchids makes people feel better This T !'.,
with Mrs. Garrards Sullivan parents and Mrs Emory Grantham many, many more another year.i I I[ and stephanotls. feeling could be due to the fact
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Glenn. of Jasper and sitter,and family Mr. The Garden dub President had I I Her meld of honor was Miss. San- that exercise can be a welcome
I and Mrs. O. B. Roberts of.A1abamaI beautiful decorations but dldnot enter I and family who live In Winston idy Hatcher of Waycross. Bridesmaids relief from the monotony of sit
I tin With the
some persons
Mr. and Mrs Charles Brandiesand I visited relatives in the westen because of her position in the ,Salem N. C. Mrs. Farnum remain,,1 were: Miss Mary Catherine thought of keeping! physically fit E1diLi' I ICOMPILTE

children of Ocala spent the part of the County.Sunday.night, lub. .Mrs. Walter (Maude) Haven ed in the hospital In Chester .S. C. Chandler Miss Ellen Camp, Miss imparts a mental stimulus' It is
weekend with their parents andandparer. I er also had a colorful, cheerful with back injuries but Is reported.Cindy Chandler, and Miss Susan generally accepted by physiciansthat
s Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mr and Mrs. Ronald Culbreth of home this Christmas, :as 'usual.E1TUARiLSJ1. Improved now, and hopes to soon 1 I Isutcllffe, Junior bridesmaid, Miss some form of' mild exerciseis AUTO SEIIYICE
dermas. Jacksonville and sister,and family be home I''Jeannie carter her sister. They good for everybody.

e Mr. and Mrs R. J. Murphy had I wore Identical street It'ngthire.ses
Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and dinner Sunday with their brother.I 1'1 Mrs. Judy Slmmi Le home for a of emerald green peau satin designed -

Children spent Sunday In Madison in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.. WU- months visit She Is staying with with bateau neck, cap sleeves

with Mrs. Keelings parents Ham Deas In Jasper. .. her mother Mrs. Rena Combess, and bell skirts with a double, loop "
rtr. and M.Frank Hammock. S. ,and visiting family and friends. back panel extending the length of Balance your books... .
I I Mr. and ,Mrs. Albert fleas :and : e the skirt. Their head. eces were 4
I Miss Margie Dees of Jacksonville .little daughter spent the weekend"in I Mrs.: Annie Langofd is In Ponta matching green cluster of flowers .-" -' lla. s
pent the Christmas holidays wither Blounstown, Florida with Mrs Gorda visiting her son and family with circular veils They carried : .
.
| parents Mr .and Mrs. Corbett Dea's parents Mr. and Mrs. J* S. '- ., while there she copes ,to recover cascade bouquets of red carnationson 1, .
es and with her brother andmily :Womack. I from an attack of pneumonia. They gold velvet. fr
Mr, and Mrs. Lamar Dees PAUL St. KING brother of the
say the weather Is warm that far Perry Bagwell,
i Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs Philip Malone and Funeral services for Paul M down-and who wouldn't enjoy served as best man and ....
I children of PensaccJa are spending:: King 85, were held Tuesday. Dec. ]I some warm weather ushers groom were Carl Ivey Carter, brother

|Mr.. and Mrs. Maxie Mathis andiren sometime with'their parents and' 31, at 10:30 a.mu In Bethel Primitive -, S. of the bride, B. J. Hulsey, Bob i

Benny and Steven of brother :Mr. and Mrs. Bryant fleas Baptist Church of Jennings, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Shiver spent Gilslck Kenneth Browne, and Alvin ij iI
alnesvile spent Sunday with thlr!land, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deas." Mir, King a resident of Hamilton1 their recent holiday In JacwsonvUle Bagwell'Jr..' j
County for many year died Sunday of the bride wore a
with their daughter an dfamily Mr. I The mother
Dec. 29, at his home near Jennings dress of Ice blue silk Y
CLASSIFIED ADS and Mrs. W. F. Leslie Jr. and street length
Survivors Include two daughters; grandson Dane. It seems Incredl- peal1-e-soie with below elbow

Mrs. Wallace Selph Jennings, and bit to them that the Roosevelt Holal sleeves of matching acorsage
Grocery store and filling station: Mrs. Stafford Scoff Jasper; one of O
)D USED TV Installed forM Is now a mass of debrle due to fire broidery She wore with theFINE
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Arthur Paul ICIng Lake City
with living quarter for rent or son .
>. ) and Radio I is they had Christmas dinner therewith pink roaes.The
up. Mannings brothers Drew King Lake City chose a
lease at Crossroads. Reasonable two children and Mrs. Shiver's seater groom's mother
vice. 792-4421 Jasper tfc priced. See R. J. SUrphy or tfl<< ( and Noonan King, Jasper; also and Husband :Mr and Mrs. G. mauve lace dress with a matching POINTIw7 M

|Acre for sale near Jasper. AU 938-2975 JarUTp seven grand children and three. Paul Raymond of Starke. Jacket. Her flowers were pink
and and fenced.. Only 1000. great grand children roses.
NEWS FOR BOG PRODUCERS: Mrs. Billy Beck accompalned by,
W. L. Bryan 792-2985, or Rob- II-
We now have a hoe feed contract Miss Ruth DeVane sang; I won't a *ePtion -
| Ehlert 792-4491, Reg. Broker UcELECI'JUC Honorary: Claude Lang, Leroy Following the ceremony
for hog producers. Come' by and Alone and Club. I
Have To Cross Jordan Norton Ray Ledford. Art HughesE. was held In the Woman's '
e
RANGES FOR let us discuss and explain this new
Rock of Ages.PaDbearen at the door was I
T. Cower Ben Moore. Greeting the guests ,
ale. Good condition. $40 and program to you. Farmers Mutual were: Cleveland. Reverend Burton Sheffield Rev.I Mrs. Ernest Chandler On the teg AUDITOR'SBall tf.,

Mannings Radio Repair, Jas- Exchange of, Live Oak, 3621459J31c Selph. J .T. Bland, Pete Cunning. John HarreU and Rev William' Istratton table was a white eut- I
tfeLV
phone 732-4421 ham. Decar Scat!. J. D. Laseter. which were
officiated. Unen cloth on Ii
Taylor work Point Pen
1 I i
and Leon Scaff. Elder Roy DeVane the brides s eon
WANTED to manage and op VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY, I Interment was in Evergreen rem' placed lighted tapers and ,
| I ofhlomeMile.
ate a retail Watkins Route in in Uve Oak, Florida for all your officiated. Mery In Jasper with Masonic rites bouquet. Miss Melody Watt i Long 7" perfectly balanced writ
| area. Earnings of $125.01 per musical needs from organs and Interment was In New Hope at the grave.Harry I!' Georgia; kept the
from the very beginning.le pianos to records and* record players Cemetery near Jennings. ,i T. Reid Funeral Home was bride's book.Centering. ing instrument designed for 1...

Mr. McGarity, P. O. Box 627 1 tic I Harry T. Reid Funeral Home In charge j t the bride's table was areetiered auditors accountants, book. HsUlWTIM '
l eon. Florida J17c --- was in charge. wedding: : cake decorated
I i and others who need
keepers a
Plate Glass Co.I r and white
Georgia JOIIY s. nURXAM[ with' bridal ribbon., COIMSriui
AIRS: .Store FrwrtaMirror MAYXCR O. BKASWEU. j I John S. Bumam, 70. native and bells On either side ol the cake fine ball point pen for extreme c.l..f,.. r'legibility
repair all types T. V and I Ke Uvered Funeral services (or Mayner C.Braswell life resident of Hamilton County, I were silver candelabra with lighted I Ci1i'r a4
Also Small appliances. Man- I .Tab Ejtelrwares, Bbowers 83 were held Thursday, I I died this afternoon in the Hamilton I tapers and cascades of bridal BUCK mSMM
Radio Service, Jasper 793- 215 W. Savannah Ave. CI2--285 December 26 at 2:00: p.m. in the Memorial Hospital. Survivors are ribbon and befls. Punch was serv- ONLY THI AUTHINTICADVllTlSfD NATIONALLY mUSttlsuttuu

+ tic VALDOSTA Naylor Methodist Chuixh. Mr. Bras I his wife, eight sons s Sherman Bur- ed from a table set with two silver IINOY PIN CAIIIIS' TNIUNOY Rises 5 UVIM ist*
"Winchester Rifle Calibre wen a resident of Naylor for many nam of Lakeland. Harlon Delmar punch bowls with a candelabrumwith UNCONDITIONAL IIMtt SISMUCI
(Lever- action very old. Maga- FARMERS years died Sunday Dec. 23 in the!I and Farrell all of Jennings, Bill ofWashington lighted tapers placed In the OUARAMTU. DO NOT Awn VI- issue

fully loaded. Fell off car may Pineview General Hospital in Valj'i Ga. Lavoy of Homestead center. Above the mantel were smuTts-iooK '01 niNor ON
aldnned places on it. Probably MONEY for your farm operations dosta. Survivor Include his ; Ffanlc of Cochran Ga., and [two gold cupids complemented on Tics mu
I carvings on stock. Borrowed at reasonable coat.. Terms Donna BrasweO of Naykr and Mailman Culbreth of Jacksonville; I(either end of the mantel l with lighted GIANT INK SUPPLY 49 *
several neices and nephews. I .
Owner has much sentiment to fit jour needa.Laans'tnp'to, I three daughters Miss Janie Bumam tapers. .\
I fathers. Win 7 year Can North Florida Production Mrs C E. Carter, Mrs. Mary]' of Jennings Mrs. James Coleman i Assisting at the reception were Aise sail.le .to r HIM
it was his Alice Mrs. E. T Clower Mrs.j' I Joe Cs,,e use_ lr.4Ie. ,
award to finder either cash Credit Assn. S. Ohio" Ave Lang ( of Jacksonville, Mrs. Geneva [Mrs Kenneth Chandler, Mrs.
rifle. Finder can collect Oak, Tel 362-2583 L. J. Green rand Mrs .Donald Lar-1 I I Uoyd of Waycross. and one sister, I Miss Lucille Ballard, Mrs.
i J 17p tun us accompanied the piano by I Mrs. Joe fleas Jennings. J'litany T. Reid, Mrs. Jack McD n- manufactured fcy ,
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Mrs. C; E. Gormen sang two songs; i Funeral services will be held on lei, Mrs. Joe Sapp, Mrs Tom LINCtrcNCO.INC., a AFC*,!,,. .
ILK.-.IIOCSE In Jasper. BEGLYNLNG DEC. Jl-We're selling "Does Jesus Care" and '"Sunrise I,Friday at 3 p.m. in Burnam Christ 1 Bridges, Mrs. Jack Sandlin. ifrs Cehw Din Cell'?U.J.A. .
Others priced higher See everything from wall to wall. Tomorrow." 'Ian Church In Hamilton County, Eugene Adlcks Mrs. Billie IJom. } fINtIPOtN'f ;

4 I Ehlert or W. L. Bryan, Reg. 10 records 100. We're going out Active Pallbearers were: Jerry Interment will be In Bumam cemetery -, Paul Hillhouse, Mrs. Don Nichols '

state Brokers, Jasper tic of business. Wonder Bar. J3p Green, Maxwell Green Ervin j I Harry T. Reid Funeral. and Mrs. C C. Bullard 1
Green, pat Ledford, Donald LOTUS, |home Is In charge.




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