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: January 17, 1964
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Minutes Meeting' FOR ROBERTS STATE WILL SENATE RUN Polio Vaccine d Grain Sign-u p]> Chamber of Commerce Minutes :.

Hamilton.County" ; POST Clinic Sunday, I Announced *

Commissioners j The regular meeting of the Eonrd of Directors cf the Hamilton
State Senator Houston W. Roberts January 19. j local Agricultural Stabili County Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evenoin-?, January
'I said here Tuesday that he would be t and Conservation Service! 13.1964 ,In the Chamber of Commerce office, Jasper! Florida, with the
,' Jasper, Florida I a candidate for reelection to the ,
The Hamilton County: Health ,; .
I announced the official)11 following present: Ivey Prescott Santa
Deas. Joe
: Janurary n, 1964 F1orIda.State Senate from, the 17th Howell Thomas
The Board of t County Commission Senatorial District, of which Hamilton pertinent announced today that I'i I of the sign-up period for.Bridges Rance Andrews. Dilly Burch C. R. Watson Robert Ehlert
clinic Sunday January
county-wide Feed
on Grain
.era in and for Hamilton Program The Billy Jones. M. L. Powell, Guy McGhin Jim
County County is a part, in the Demo 19.,for,the purpose of ) period Hill begin on Man.'Tom j I Martin. Jim Dunawa and
Florida met today in' callsessionand Matthews
cratlc Primarie ts(
> -pringSu--
Sabin ,Oral
I&ter1ncnatheto 10
and continue thru
,the following members were wanne and Lafayette Counties are I
/ Immunization.' Mardi.27, The President advised that the week of April 13-1T has been
present: Guy 1n. Grover the
other counties In the sanatoria. j' ,t r
After the January 19 clinic s ** designated as/Industrial
AprrecIationJVeek: for the State of Florida.
Wheeler. Aaron Hogan, Jack Vlnon district
more clinic will be, held in order R. Payne. ASCS county of. A Committee consisting of Billy, Chairman
Jon.es. 'Billy Burch;
; Ivey
and Lawton McCulley and the Roberts served fou rterms{ in the provide Hamilton County ,In mating the an
following business.was transacted: House prior to ejection\ as State with the final Sabin Oral Polio Immunization. ; \ said that notices of Prescott and Jim Dunaway was appointed to draw up plans whereby
The minutes of the last meeting Senator in I960 and,has tad 12 ., acres, yields and pay our Chamber can appropriately recognize and express our appreciationto
.of the Board was read b ythe clerk years' legislative'experience., Date for this clinic will be have been mailed to all the existing industries In Hamilton County during Industry:: Appreciation :
approved by the Board as read by He''stated he would make a formal nounced later producing'farms in the Week.:' ....
the Qerk. announcement in the near future. The January' 19 'Clinic This was done as far as
CoL Julian Wood. Civil Defense conducted, the previousclinics. will in advance of the sign-up Rance Andrews Chairman of the Sign Committee, reported on the' )
Director for the county met with ....-------.... same as order to farmers progress of Ms committee: A meeting of the Sign Committee had
There will be a station give am-
the Board and notified'the Board Monthly the Town Hall In Jennings to( gather all the facts and boon held prior to the regular Directors meeting and tentative plans ,
,that the Civil Defense Conference i Meeting someone there to administer ] as to how the program can arc now, drawn up for erecting: the Interstate Highway 75 signs, as wen '
would) be held in Suwannee Countyon Board of PublicInstruction vaccine from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thesame their farming operations as the sign to be erected in front of the Chamber building. Upon motion

:March 5th.for this area. will be true in White I : by Bl'.ly: Jones,seconded! by Robert Ehlert. the Sign Committee was au-
The following resolution was adop with someone at the Health Depart I i I stressed that the 1964 Feed I thorized to go ahead with plans as stated and have the< signs preparedand
ted by the Board like the successful
ment Clinic building from 2 to 4. I erected quickly as possible
The Jasper CUnic wfll be
the Board of Jasper, Florida \ voluntary! The President
County Health Department building in Jasper urged the various Committee Chairmen to work to
'Commissioners of Hamilton County : January 7, 1964 from noon until 5 have accomplish gether and start planning for the Hamilton County Fun Festival to beheld
,' Florida, having heretofore The Board of Public Instructionof p-m.'_ towards the objectives of
on during the tobacco In Hamilton
I It will not be necessary to present season : County
the 23rd da yof, July, 1963, entered Hamilton County met' today in cards Issued at previous cllnlci. farm income reducing
into an'agreement with the Boardof regular session.,The following mem New cards will be Issued, stocks of feed grains to A suggestion was made to the Chamber of Commerce that it would
County Commissioners of MarionCounty bers were present: Clyde Hunter, level and reducing the be 'a nice. gesture for the Chamber to send a telegram of condolance: to

Florida and said agreement Chairman, Johnny'Butler Allen B. i the Government and In turn the widow of the late Justice Terrell, due to the fact that ,Justice Terrell
is recorded In the Tyree, Frank Matthews, and E. V. ( of '
County handling
had been educated and
graduated from the Jasper Normal Institute and
Commissioner's Minute Stormant. The Superintendent Prepare For the feed
Book 13, at grain surpluses. afro was well known and loved by many of the residents of Hamilton
page 346, of the Official Records and secretary Harry T. Reid, was though, that the Job is
,of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of present. March of Dimes In, .and that in recognition County. A motion was made by Billy} Jones, seconded by Robert Ehlert.
Hamilton County, Florida, and; I The meeting opened with prayer : : facts the Congress author- which carried that the Chamber of Commerce send such: telegram to
WHEREAS Board of County by Mr.Manhewt. Hamilton.County.[ 1:| of the program Mrs. Glenn Terrell and family.
Commissioners of Hamilton County, I The financial statement for the ; and 1965 crop years. There being no further business the meeting adjourned
Florida agreed to hire out all of I month of December was presented POLIO IS NOT. YET WIPED OUT'!,'
the prisoners sentenced in Hamilton u follows: Polio has struck many white and progranxalthough basi >-- -
County, to work on the public roads RECEIPTS and BALANCESTotal negro chlldren'recently i 111 Echo same as the 1963 program
'bridges and other public works of Receipts from State and Lowndes counties which are certain additional advan-
Marion County Florida and; Sources..,.'53,401.00 two of our neie.hborlng"countle... participating farmers The
WHEREAS the Board of County Total Receipts tarn,Local Our health authorities'are concern. ; on diversion has been in
Commissioners of Hamilton County Sources ..?......t. 43460.18 ed and urge every person to receive from 40 to 50 percent tor(
Florida, agree to transport all of.Beginning Balances .?.. 141281.27 the oral polio Immunization which ever Is larger) of WHEN GEORGE WASHINGTON
its'prisoners to Maricamp in Marion Grand Total '238,142.45 being given In our'county. feed grain; base. Also the +r WAS PRESIDENT THE -RENCH
'County, Florida- and; EXPENDITURES and BALANCES The March of Dimes is also turnIng payment rate will apply / a INFLUENCE WAS APPARENT. "us
WHEREAS; the Board of County Total Administration .... 1,976.33 its attention to birth defects and : I diverted where the LADIES' PRESS. TYPICAL WI..!.
Commissioners of Hamilton County Total Instruction 57,475.44 arthritis. Remember that all famIlies diversion on the farm A GOWN OP FLOWERED s".".
Florida .having heretofore employed Total Operation of Plant .. 4,971.73 will benefit In some way by the or more of the feed DRAPED OVER FRAMEWC .'.r
BID Stewart as County Wardenof Total Maintenance of Plant 2,284.67 research made possible through, I I e resulting in a higher CALLED PANIERS WITH ANUNDERSKIRT
said'county ,andsWHEREAS'it ; Total Auxiliary Services .. 6,637.40 this fund. payment for most farms. TRIMMED WITH BOX) PuCATIN&JT >
has been made to Total Fixed Charges .... 2615.11 Mrs. E. L.Dupreea the 1964 Hamilton i yield figures used in
appear to the Board of County Com Total Capital Outlay 1,149.48 County, Campaign Director : ; diversion and prlce-up: j
missloners'' of Hamilton,, County r Ending Balances 161.032.27 has announced the names of the are now based on
r ,Florida,that It U more economical )' .;.. ,....'.L.238,142.45.A'motlon'made following persons who will assist t: I (1969-60)) average a*, k''j
to have /prisoners;transported ". by:) Mr. Butler h "'- ,w under past programs re i
to Maricamp by the County Warden seconded by Mr. Matthews, to( Mrs. Guide Cheshire chairman a slightly, higher'' normal ...
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVed approve this, financial statement of White SpringsMrs. in many cases. I

by the Board of County Commissioners and adopt school budget amendment W.' G. McGraw, Chairman office urged I
: manaoer
: off r Hamilton County,- j number one. This motion was Of Jennings : .... to carefully consider &
Florida, that Bill Stewart'is hereby authorized and directed to take Mr. Reid reported that he had Burch, co-chairmen of Special I them and In turn the I
charge of all prisoners sentenced been offered four I hundred dollars ContributionsMrs. S'... whole and then make' .
to serve under the direction of said for the, sale of three old bus chassis' Inez McGhln, chairman of about participating
Board and to transport said pri.on-I that are now, in Fort Valley, Ga. A Mothers March In Jasper voluntary feed grain OF DOORS A LA7V>WOULD
,,ers to such place or places as the motion was made by !fr. Matthews Don Wetherington, chairman of I WEAR A IONS'' OUTER OAJWENT.
said Board shall direct. I seconded by Mr. Stormant .and carried Teen Activities and Jasper A PELISSE (SHOWN AT RIOHT) OFrENf
BE IT FURTHER that this cashiers" Check Schools. SILK, WITH A QUILTED BORDER
by the Board of RESOLVED'I be accepted: ami)title certificates GJRLS 4-H / PRAWSTRINS JUST UNDER THE ri
sioners of Hamilton for these rhassU be! transferred to .. I '- ; {
that Charlie Rhoden sheriff of Jimmy Children Church of Gcd To MEETS CHILDREN'S ,

.said County be and he Is hereby I Mr. Reid presented the mid-year opened the meeting a SUCH A6 THIS CLOTHES SHEER ;,i;
directed and authorized to deliver transportation report, as made by Serve Dinners cy called the 'roll. MUSlIN 60WN\ TRIMMED WITH APPLIQUE j
unto Bill Stewart County Warden of the State Department of Education.This : gave out pins to wear EMBROIDERY' WERE ELEGANTLY! MADE AND i 7'
said County ,aU of the prisoners report showed that Hamilton TodayThe and pamphlets were COPIED FROM THE GARMENTS Of THEIR 1 /If
who have been sentenced to imprisonment County was one of the seventeen to all the gJrla. PARENTS. '
at hard labor In said county counties in the State making 100%. 'ladies of the Church will be : our 4-11 leader took "1 ',
under the direction of said Board on the school bus check and '
inspection talked about two
dinners a
serving today at 12:00 noon We TDCKV
by the Court'of said County, and in I- as made by the Florida Highway ,or 8:00: In the evening. Call 792-C9011 word essay or speech. W0* AD BUVINdWOMEN' [1] \
his sheriff. And the Patrol. FOR
custody as
or 7924971 if you would like yours I Ielivered. ,was closed by Bren- AA2avTH16LAACL..TH3 iCOK .
Sheriff will thereby be exonerated I) The minutes of the meeting of Baked Chicken and '] 't .
and relieved from all liability as 1 December 3,1963 were read. A dressing, two'vegetables, bread &: ,; Your/4-11 reporter C/MBOL OP PCCCNCY 1 r Ii J!
said sheriff for the custody of saldp motion was made by Mr.Matthews, cake will make1 up the menu. All i FAN LABOR STANDARDS: !: AND r.r. Mla
prisoners after he has so delivered seconded by Mr. Tyree, and carried proceeds win be used for the benefit I << t .le, ; THg .MERcANWAYQFWa-- I ;
them to the said Bill Stewart. that they be adopted. of the Church. They would apprec-l II;, : .
BE IT FURTHER: RESOLVED, The minutes of December 10,1963 late an order from you. '(
that the following named guards were read. A motion was made by Ledge i

be authorized to guard all of the Mr, Tyree seconded by Mr. Butler I ...::... ___ p
prisoners so In the possession of the and carried, that they be adopted '
said Bill Stewart, tWit: IsrealStone The minutes of the meeting of TIRE: A. MER '
and Russell mite, until' fur Dec.13. 1963 were read. A motion Goodbye To Free Speech
ther order of this Board. was made by Mr. Stormant. seconded d1," ,IC"H '
BE IT WRTHER.RESOLVED. by'Mr. Matthews, and carried By Harry Browne If
that the said Bill Stewart is hereby that they be adopted. say
authorized empowdered and ordered There being no further business, \ Editor, Freedom Magazine 4*
to feed all of said prisoners the, meeting was adjourned. THIS tST ,
_ who may be so put Into his possession Clyde Hunter chairman N ONLY G j
and to safely keep and pro ATTEST: : Harry T\.I Heir Supt.>> TWAT
vide for the comfort of said prisoners .t m of speech Is so sac, Certainly not by persuasion or ethic! that th* Senate could area >ll
while In his charge. JAMES McCULLEY America'that few believe by-example It proposes !.-._ consider men- .an alien d**..
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED ever lot It. the same kind of force it exert-. ment But then who would bar A..
that this resolution. shall be effec PARTICIPATES IN over backward: to ed to end thcKstang secessionand believed our UN delegate would
tlve for the period of one year from YELLOW WEDGE tM right' of others to drive the "white me fee- hv voted for It?
the date of its adoption. Army PFC James E. McCulley, ( and sometimes naries" out of the Congo. How Jronlo that all of this is \
APPROVED and ADOPTED by son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. views Even the ALIEN PROPOSAL happening to satisfy the demands -
the Board of County Commissioners McCulley, Route 1, Jennings Fla Party has never Here's how the UN proposes of an illiterate ruling
of Hamilton County, Florida, on and other members of the 4th Armored as such. If a 'to'ersce the prejudices that dais in Africa that practic
this nth day of January 1964. Division's 22nd. Artillery : ,commit a crime dare existed In human Hearts worse discrimination than w.
Guy McGhin, Chairman participated In Exercise YELLOW life or property-as for"thousands of yearr... all can even imagin ,
I ATTEST: Thelma Lewis, Clerk: WEDGE, a 4th Armored Division apparently did then ..tates shall take immediate and WE LOSE AGAIN
There being no further business field training maneuver near Bam- against, th*' crime. Bat positive measures including Jelelatlv. Haven't we waited little too
before the Board said Board ad- berg. Germany in early December.In be untftlnksbl to at- i and other measures to patienlily while our political
journed. addition to testing the combat outlaw Communist or prosecute and-or outlaw organ leader have played with theUN
ATTEST: Thelma Lewis, Clerk readiness of the 4th Armored and ( in communism: limply Sullen which promote racial We ban been lulled to 'sleep
Guy McGhin, Chairman the various units of the VII Corps wa don't'Ilk*' it. : discrimination on Incite to or with assurances 'that the UN
which participated! in the exercise TOLERANCE us. violence for the purpose of would not Interfere with our
SENIOR CLASS'TO problems of communication and this attitude even discrimination based on race, affairs. Yet our own State Department -
security involved In large-scale the present bead of the color or eth'nlc origin." has proposed that we
SPONSOR SUPPERThe troop movement were studied. Communist move ThU means simply that the turn over our military might
Senior Oa of Jasper Ugh McCuDey a communications crew *,vowed to bury us. U. & Is expected to 'outlaw or- to the UN And now' oar,"dip
School will sponsor a chicken supper man In Headquarters Battery of *, then, is the news vantiAtions that promote racial lomat*" sign a treaty; calling'
Thursday, January 23, 1964. It the 22nd Artillery's let Battalionnear k American delegate to discrimination despite a Con- for tlv celimination of free '
will begin at five o'clock and will Zimdorf Germany entered Nations has vowed' stltntlon that permits "no law speech in America.. '
be held at the high school lunch the Army In May 1962 and'completed the new UN "Decla abridging the freedom of The UN I I. an expensive and
room.' The 'food will 'b* delivered basic combat training at Fort on the Elimination of speech" dangerous toy. It's lime to
'if you wish and'we want every. .Jacll on. S, C. Discrimination.! !? The DecJaratJoa: will now take It away from those who<
body to come. The 22-year old soldier Is a 1960 \7c Need LESS : ** ,theIJN'plan to eli com W the U. S. Senate forratification. bare proven their inability to j '
Reporter,:larrlet Gibson graduate "Jennings High School racial discrimination? It doesn't see rapes- deal with It realistically,,''.

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PACE TWO THE JASI'I'It: NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday. January 17, 1964

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MITUAMESI I I Com Lf h B [ OFU I: J ,. Every' Friday: t g '\.:;?

Second Class.Pciatlfee Paid at Jasper Florida.
: vllaaTIIAMKSpounce ''i The Imperial Mark XH .
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I .* : Subscription.!' tri tly .in Advance "

I the marriage. of.th(!'irdaugh. To my doctors,'. nurses, my(I I ,in Hamilton County -%'$4.00 Outside: of County

I JESSE KIN&EY ''I Miss Carolyn. Corbett Davis to Mr.WUlte .' Mends and my kindred-accept my i 1 CAMERA :r. Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
v grateful appreciation for the cheer|I
Mrs. Jesse Klnsey, 75.' : resident of \ Ray Burnham, ion of Mr your many kindnesses have brought : Telephone SYcamore 2.6331
Jennings, died this morning In to me during my weeks In and out
lanta. Survivors are seven At'l and Mrs. 'J. M. Burnham.. Dec. T. of hospitals-for the reassurance of I $3.98only. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
ten; Mr Jack Lawley of
1963. to. friendships May God keep you In .... .
'ville. Mrs. Bob McColough of IHs care. Pauline Howard
Decatur, Georgia Mrs Johnny But '
ler of Jennings, Mr*. John Jam go- I I r "i S II III Takes 12 jumbo'size pictures in full color or black SUWANNEE--rannc- FRONTAGE Grocery,-stores and filling station
chain of Ga., I
Chamblee. Mrs Russell
Ayers of Dunedin and Mrs Vel--II ? and white on size, 620 film. See it at .,,. .: 63 acres with 1415 ft frontage on with living quarters for rent or
river about 8tt miles NW of Live lease at Crossroads. Reasonable
ma KInsey of Clearwater two sons, f'l'I
Woodrow and Llonelle KInsey, both I The Jasper News :.1 Obk Good Bass fishing. ElectricavallaUe. priced. See R. J. Murphy or call
of Clearwater; two Brothers, Frank I 't : .. This Is the west % of 938-2975 Ja&lTpTOWS
:. 1 -- -- -- "'...-_ the SW quarter of Section 6 Town -- .. r
Hancock of Jasper and Jesse Un .sr- -C..7 ;r.r.'t- """ I PRODUCEBSVWe '
--+ -" sip One.,South Range,13 East Has FOB HOO'
cock of West Palm Beach.
Were You Born In.JANUARY .._ ..l'I been surveyed. Recorded In my now have a hoe feed contract
Funeral will.be .
arrangements anEnouncedby -1. '
...#- iWrryT:'Beld Funeralk 1"-"I. name at Live Oak. Court House. I for hog producers. Come by and
1JlJAX $275' acre with. one third down 18,let us discuss and explain this new
in an even year? month terms, 20% discount for program to you. Farmers Mutual
I '' cash' Ben H. Marks 241 W,..Exchange Exchange of Live Oak 3621459J31o

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Family Financ0 .' .. To Renew YourDriver's 1.__ .. \. J 100> .00 and up. Mannings Radio I 1 In Live Ore, Florida for til your :.
Service. 792-4421. Jasper tfc, (musical needs from organs' and
pianos to records and record ptaytrs. >
.' FOIL; SALE-TOO gallon ru tank.I tfc
I ; y / Feed reasonably-can m-rn3.1

dAAiM ; 4I ltp, Georgia Plate Glass I Co. ;
'- Cow --'- r rI I .._ 'I .Store Fronts '
s.i. I$ b.rr ti .N THIS usrb ELECTRIC' RANGES FOR I r .Mirrors Keallvered
How much docs the woman'fn MONTH "., Sale Good condition. $40 and .Tub Ends-sure) ShowersS
your house. know about the fam- I I ISO;farmings Radio Repair, Jas- i iII W. Savannah Ave. CH3-5283
per.phone 792-4421 tfc VALDOSTA
il/t finance In many families, I ; I I

the husband takes care of all financial I ." I, .. I lti GASOdNE QUALITY HAS BEEN UAPWCVED so WJCH, f II MAtf" WANTED to maJtafe awl op I!
details, and the wife :' THAT TWO GALLONS NOW WILL DO THE WOP THAT crate a retail Watkins Route In, FARMERS
knows little 'about what' going j i'' WOULD HAVE REQUIRE THREE GALLONS IN 1925 this Area.' Earnings of 125.00 pet"I
on. EURPRSIN6l.Y THE COST-EXC4 UPING TAXES- I weep from the very beginning. I I MONEY for your farm opera.
Actually, both the husband and FILMSDeveloped I IS ABOUT THE SAME ,Write Mr. McGarfty, P. O. Box 627Wlllttton I tions reasonable. coat. Termsto
needs. Loans.
fit toT
$ \, Florida. fTc your up
wife should have full knowledge I Can North Florida Pro-
VEAff --- years.
about financial matters affectingthe WHILE PRICES I IN I .F-I" 9 L, n T ItE1rantSr '"ucnon Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
family If either one' should I ER'i. I ROSE! I li PEKCEKT, x,3 0 ea A W.. repair all types T. V. andradio. Live Oak. Tel 362-2588
die, the other spouse will need to THE AVtOA&e DRILL Of .9. Also Small appliances Man 'I
know all the fact in order to CtlNS! ,BUCKINO THE _._ X I nings Radio Service, Jasper 792-,
carry on the family's business. I TRENP PROPPED 4421 tfe TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Keeping your spouse up-to-date : sT win not be responsible for
t on the family's finances will save : CAPC;,6A4OUN6' $ ;:debts incurred by anyone other
24 SERVICEBLACK 38-40 Lever action .very oM.; Kae*
much grief and money in the I TAXES lf4CRCASEO ,than myself. Jimmy }I. Miller,
39 PERCENT loaded. Fen oft car may
NEARLY 2ine fully
event of an emergency f I I, Probably; I Jan. 10, 1964 JITp
AND have skinned places OlIR. ..
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Both marriage partners should! C- Borrowed
L. know the names of insurance SLIDES OR PICTURES -' ISTS iir MtiuoN EVERY OwY. ON A I rifle. Owner has much sentiment Were looking for an honest hard

companies' and policy number; the number of your safe depqsit reward to finder either cash of all Four calls
"0 THE FUEL t give and growers types.
box; names of banks and account Polaroid. Film 35 m.m. Color Film Other Film vp o O oo or another rifle Finder can collect per day will earn In excess or $100

.. numbers; where tax records, M 0 M Z e Mh Lt 62'(-7840 QuIncy Fla. J 17p per week if you follow our plan.
." stocks and securities and other important Bering Your Rolls To. JAN 3 dA )proven repeat product. Car neces
kept.Don't r Age no barrier. Exclusive
papers I sary.
: : Pet $3500. Others priced hither. See for advancement
leave your spouse In the THE JASPER NEWSSY II : ,territory. Opportunity
; Robert Ehlert or W.L. Bryan, Rog.j, to managerial position. Write
dark if something happens to I .
you. ,
.Real Estate Brokers, Jasper tic to General Manager, P. O.
Give her all the information shell 2-6331 fully

(,\ 'need:: to weather any. family crisis I ,t 'Call FOB 792-6851.BENT 2' bedroom Jan House 17c Box Interview 1105.will Winter be arranged.Garden, Florida.J20o

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::," ,,{Condensed Statement of Condition as of December 31 1963 J ri ; -

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t .' .i I() :v'::Loans. and Discounts (including ; ...'.'l"/JI' '' .,. '' ...
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I / :: r IT i r. $28.79 overdrafts) $1,401,799.30 ; '
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tUhited States Bonds 804.439.53aV :
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t of. ;rt; Other Bonds (State, County & a ,. ,: .

._ t :.. .' andMuni ci I) ..............:....:.... .. '. -- 467,222.01 "

o p, C. CRAPPS/Jr..,Y,, ..f l s Cash from banks:........_.,"., !' y<'4 .,988,733.80 EUGENE N. ADICKS ,.

President : I. Banking House .............................. a 9,000.00 .' ]. T. BRIDGES, Jr.

I i 'Furniture and Fixtures ........:...:., r : 24,000.00 .. ', P, PRAPPS, Jr.

Other Assets ......................*............. ".,. LOO P. CRAPPS, IIIGvWr '
I Exec Vice-President. .. ,
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'JExerclsea is &Important pert for a .successful, new year In gadening ...... -.g rJ7 J... -.. -J. ."'J7.tr'TJ.'Y..r.t1-T.g'T.-: -_""'"

@ of therapy for the arthritis patient together.. -
diJI "Planned exerclsees helps the .* *, nest wishes
mentally ill to dissipate their ten. Gloria Bonnerman
"' I skrns. look whet's'hew ,(
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@Lk' NOTICE r and interesting
The Garden dub which"was7 1 b J WHEREAS, Arbor Day, January ,
S Harrel"I-' 17 1.964has been set aside as a day c
( have met at Mrs. Ave -
: dedicated .to the planting of trees
will meet this Friday at the Power z'ti"t
in Florida and has become an I im.
Lounge. ''''' .
.,V1rtIeH1- SY....+ i I|trip 0,>1.to and Atlanta.Mrs. Harrell are on a I portant WHEREAS symbol an conservation enlarged populi and .' /" ,

Uon and IndustrlallzaUc
I| l4f$. Lois Curry will be hostessfor
There's a difference In a before tivity stimulates the muscle of foe :the Cub meeting I has increased the demand for tree; .

./,r. ... Christmas freeze and one In the ,body which pump blood from the I'I -* 'ganizations a renewable working natural l for resource community or.
New Year. In January we art peripheral viens toward the heart: I ciph: encouters snakes tl betterment,and1 individual citizer

warm In hearts by the nearness to There are 'heart classifle Ai5ns".developed .ever so often as he farms and fish are.urged to plant trees .to,increas: 1 D
by the America* Heart ,
Spring. ea. .
4 I the'economic. recreational and aei
s e 1 I{Association to determine the work:I| One day recently was fishing 'thetio resources of our State;
capabilities o fthe cardiac patients: in Lawton McCul\eys pond when hemet '' Farris
Health Notes this month U "Ex I NOW, THEREFORE. I.
ercise for Health". I I "Exercise is" necessary for the a rattler 5 feet long with eight Bryant by virtue of the authority
r Much is said these days about ,stroke patient. rattlers. I II vested hens 1 as Governor of I the
exercise to "keep well' and "to get Diabetics come in for regular I I The snake was scared and took tc I State of Florida .do hereby pr .
well". I .. the pond-straight across. I i claim January 12-13, 1964 asTREEJPLANTINa '

. The congenetal heart or rheu-:! Marvin always heard that rattlers : WEEKin TONITODD: '
The cardiac patient is started on matic fever patient has a limited don't swim-that water make I, FloridaLt "\. ,

;. exercise as soon as he is able. Ac schedule of exercises. ,)their.. rattlers rot. But self preser .
'\ration came first with this snake I S.'
Ha swam slowly' and majesticall: and Mrs. Pafford and daugi What fun. to pick 1 a newsmaklntf wardrobe r.' ': i..; ,:

The Complexity of Today's "straight across the pond. only to be ter Leer Ahrt from Camp Lejui .
met on the other side by that Mar; ,North Carolina visited his paren ., now and blossom out at the very first sign I :
'vin man with a hoe. That's how we< Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pafford-of Jei, ,
CarsDEMANDS got to talking about snakes nings early: in the year Lt. paJMd jf Spring. Here an array of (flattery unsurpassed -

O is know tents friends as "Bud".
I 'Phylis Knorr a cousin cf ,Jim . styling attuned to the easy ways

EXPERT CARE Camp ant; ,Mary Francis Lewis is! The J. V. McCalla had a family of All in rich wonderfully I'$
seasons to come.
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society editor down'. at St. AUgUs' get-together during the holidays.Miss a

tine. Myrtle Jeimingp of Jacksoi' carefree blends 'of 65;, Dacron polyester .
SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION: I.i The Woman's Club has recently vine was at home on vacation for '
"a nice pile of nickels" having J. McCa
spent three weeks Dr. y.
and 35 ,. Avron or Avril rayon that stay
We give those important extra the club house Vedone: -repaint- came from Daytona Beach for a
I 1 ed-new draperies and etc. few days also Dr. Logan Jennlnj wash and in whisk! Come In.
When fresh dry a ,!
service with a you Club aM tthe <
l I .It w a newt t: 'he and daughter Jenifer of Daytona
I here for always community and win be sometime Beach Mr*. and Mrs. Frank Jlan while the selection Is complete. We '
I. drive in we : /
5 gas I u care u taken with its \..e. cock Patricia and Frank Jr
i check your oil, tires, water level : The Club requests your coopers Palatka made a short visit. Walter you'll want several. //: \i l \ '
I tion. 'and Francis Prather sand 2 boys
and! clean your windshield '. I ,. Do not tack or nail paper 01 came by for a few hours. .
CAR WASH only $2.00 any decorations to the rafters 01 I Robert Jennings and his family Only The Look is L '
walls. Do not use tape on the walls of Baltimore were unable to com expen11.95
I Please do not lean chairs against but cafled by telephone.
; Jerry Smith's the draperies or handle them. Lei It was a splendid holiday for the save. ;: .
. us cooperate with these ladles and McCall family ToI? -on-tone. floral stripe print box

GULF STATION 'enjoy but not abuse.the. clubhouse, l rote ,or blue. 1020. In half sizes

Mrs Addle McCall Is back! at pleats. Dacron and Avron. Green
Jasper Telephone 7923781For
Mr. J. W. Ke'lly presented a program In the ;
work! after '10 days spent 12tt-22Vi, narrow no-bow belt. .' I
bn "Trees1 at the Woman'iClub hospital ;.
Friday afternoon. He used t a ? '. ;'. f r+++"
beautiful film out by the, Ill last Y :
most put I Mrs. Maud Havener was : '\
: Ilom ,, State Forestry Department of week and missed her: classes. She ; "
Office Use which Mr. Kelly Is Hamilton Co is recovered now. A.
.. or Ranger S. .
lie was assisted by Mr. Bryan Miss Fay Kramer Is honored<
A Miller He brought with him sever this Thursday with a bridal shower Si 4"
COUNTER BOOKS hundred slash pine plants ,a few out at Hickory Bottom Farm. The
I i Arizona cypress and red cedar"hostesses are Mrs. Walter Have:
o TIME BOOKSBRIEF which he gave to the club. er, Miss Inez McCall. :Mrs. Doc
The program was in celebration I Howell Mr'$. Kenneth Smith and
COVERS of tree planting and. Arbor Day,, Mai. R. R., $mlth. This Is an eveJ'1 .
Jan. 17.i affair 7:30 to 9:30. -. "
CARBON PAPER I i Some of these plants will go to< Miss Elaine! Smith wil keep th.i '
beautify the Hospital grounds The.i guest book and several of Miss Kra .
i ., ,. _STAMP S AND_INK. program was in charge of( the Con,.. men-elass etes will serve.- ,
rervatton Committee Mrs. Nom Miss\ Kramers marriage to Mr
"; PAPERCLIPS Chairm and Mrs. James R.,Martii Leo B. Robinson will be solemini,
and Mrs. Eddie McGWn. ed Sunday afternoon at the Jen
CRATCH PADS At the social hour the hostess MI: nine Methodist ch'rh. January. 1!
.j. bred hot) black coffee with German t d { eft, I
". '", INDEX" CARDSMIMEOGRAPH. .'.. chocolate cake. with. whipped. cream Young Don Wetherington phone
Mrs. Emmett Duprte, Chalrma
PAPER. E: Mrs. Walter Havener president of o fthe March of Dimes and offer*
>*V\( > the Jasper Garden Club was invited his services for the campaign. Mr
(white or colors) $ : as a special guests at the dedication Dupree promptly assigned him en. deL'
f I of the'new"1-75 Welcome Station ties. She told me how heartening i ii It
TYPING PAPER tj: on the Florida .Georgia line.
The invitation came from Mr. Wendell Ton tinnedn Pure fit S :
STATIONERY > Jarrard, chairman o fthe Florl __ \

\. ((100 sheets 50c) i da Development Commission.. 3 e1

The Federation of Garden Club

'::: ;- IN STOCK AT I I I I.lc.Our Dear sent Governor Club out Presidents this message has proclaimed II \\\\\1 \ \\

; ; January 17. 1964 as "Tree Planting

f: The Jasper News week Please in participate Florida.: We appreciate, t-_ 1I '

.trYa; ..' ., '" , r-o-r': I ,.,I your cooperation. Our best wishes 'The only way to have a friend >I : ei \\t
I.tobeone. r S 5 *
S f" Pontiacsin It Is a common falling for ;
There are
,., many people to expect othersto Ii
take the first step forward In
Wide-Track Town demonstrating their loyalty and

: friendship. However, a' timely .
. ':" word of encouragement, an ex- '
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I other Indication of sincere Interest ,
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,i' 1 might well open the door to i
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ship.Friendship: cannot be bought '.. > 'J'
on the ope nmarget. It is a commodity ,
to be earned; slowly, perhaps ,
but surely, In the day-by TONI
day unfolding of our live. --- 1 1/1
I Speaking of frleadalilp the TODD celebrities

frtonditect foundry cleaning ..
service la tow to available .t BBAUTIPUI. DMISSINO THe BA.Y WAY -
JASPER LAUNDRY A CLEA u seen ia UADEMOISIILE.) Left\, soft tuLik striping<<, mitered
HEM Prompt pickup ,and delivery 4 bodice trim, ktuW seeenJed: kit. Celanese Fortral por, ter' '",
to alxairred> .woes yon call i n4 Anon rayon Green,bra or pink predominate.Right,trite* *
OB JASPER LAUNDRY A CLEANERS thaui, bottomed mock poclet,'eiyliiU pbon 7914831.ComfiMC.. Cclmntt Fortrel polyester and Aura rtfon.JltoWD/ %e; wrjf

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'FQUR.: THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA Friday, January 1 17, 1964

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'an" ScI / SCIENCE, CLUB MEETSThe 1963 Forest Fire "s .,. .' -' *" "Off..
I Yo" Your oo4i r
I. I Science Club of Jasper High Record GivenThe ealt I
by M'' -Powell School"met"on"Friday, Jan 10 Fur II Balance books.
tther plans were discussed partain local Florida Forest Service I Sour ..
As stated befcre the underlying reading language .literature or any Inn: to the Science fair which will beheld offflce furnishes the following for
purpose behind the new approach field of endeavor you may wish to
in April. The Cub also made est fire Information for the
to the teaching of mathematics is :name. It takes long and persistent
for the that
preparations program 1963, For Hamilton
that we may obtain more In quantity effort to become pre c1ent In any will be presented in the assembly of 'jI
:.r 'and In both the learning area of endeavor with which I
pualityJn one CAUSES;
? the school later this month. A ..
I' sepia of Year Dorter of M *d ,
and teaching process in the ,may come In contact. So It is In course In slide rule calculation will Llgptnlng .1.................... 27 Year Lonl* IftdiaU Society cad the }
schools of today. After the close of the field' of math. *x begin In:the near future with Mr. Smoking ......................... 4'|I Fiend Medical '- oa. I
World War I and in the hey day of It is to be kept In mind that" mathematics ,Harold Bethea as instructor. Debris Burning: ................ 13''' CAUSES OF POOR
Progressive Education the trend Is an exact science and Reporter,Don Wetherington Incendiary ...................... 11 VISION AND BLINDNESS
was to make things easy and pleas should be treated as such from the Machines ........................ 7i I
ant for the students and not,to Impose kindergarten through the i university. Miscellaneous ................... 4'' Poor vision{ may be due to
variations in the size or shapeof :
y upon them, Much of the philosophy' and equally well fixed In the mind as For a total of M fires, that burn- the eyeball or to conditions
(" more than they methodology in the new approachto that of 365. We might readily agree ed 211 acres. Of the 56 fires 24 of ill the eye produced by diseaseor ait
:1 'of wished to learn math deals,with such things as that 3 will go.into 9 an even num them were caused from carelessness injury of the optic nerve 'of' o
consequently mare exact and better defined terminology ber' of times. We would be Just as this is six more careless fires the visual pathway. e ;
,, math books in and vocabulary in the presentation readily and quickly wrong, as we than last year, also there were According four and to ten estimate per cent, between cf with theFINE -,
4 particular, were of mathematical information said it. As a matter of fact 3 will five more lightning fires than the persons who consult an eye 1
1 made easier and : a better understanding of the go into 9 an odd number of times. previous year. Will you please helpus I physician have an eye disease 1f
[easier from kin- various relationships and properties Whet we really mean is that !3 prevent the careless fires this or inlnry. Between 90 to 96 percent POINT
S jlergarten: right onlhrough of numbers, and to help the year., ot people with poor vision Af
will into 9 exact number of
go an 2 1'
: college. child to discover for himself,many Rainfall for the In 1963 have a refractive condition cr
times without ,
|flits trend continued of the hidden truths to be found in any was 52:19: inches .this is a decreaseof difficulty in focusing the two
until after the close of World the world of math. We have, perhaps We may sometimes ask how many -' six inches in 1962.BURNHAMNEWS. eyes as a team. Difficulty H 'w
"War C. This situation came to a been quite too often guilty of| months of the year have 30 days ,the focusing use of can correcting be overcome glasses with*>r M
sudden and Jolting halt after the giving to the child too many answers On the spur of the moment we mayanswer by training in the combined use
Russians placed their first sputnikinto and been too prompt to,show "tooJr,(' Wa are wrong of the eyes.': The prevention of AUDITOR'S I
orbit. America awoke to the the way and thereby dulled and stifled again actually eleven months have farsightedness, nears ghtedne-s
realization that if she were to compete his initiative and the satisfaction 30 days-some )have 31. Now if w By LOIS ZfP. : REKMr. sod astigmatism is still to Ke
that from ask how have discovered although *"e do Ball Point Pen 1460E
comes discovering months only
and excel in the era of the many
Edward Alderrilaa and know a great deal about how
space age and race that she would something for himself. 30 days, then four is correct. to_prevent diseases.
Tommy of Tampa spent the weekof ere
have to have a greater number of Now back to this matter of exact There could be endless examplesof January 2, with their, parents Eye infection formerly was a Long perfectly balanced writIng :
well and better trained mathmernatkians terminology and vocabulary for a this matter of exact and precise' and grandparents air and Mrs. leading cause of blindne J instrument designed for 1...
and scientists Hence the accelerated minute] W. quite often confuse terminology in the field of mathematics Gordon AUermaa. which has virtually] disappearedd
: interest and impetus in the words "numbers" and numerals. but we hope that these given -I' . drops to Lathe the use of prophylactic of all .. auditors, accountants, bookkeepers .IUIANT'
eyes eer
the Gelds: of math and science 111el'co'1le ;. We very likely use the word will be enough to illustrate the Mrs. & VT W4tBs o* Madison I bon babies. Today only, 10 pr and others who need a INS
and universities Immediately numbers"" much more frequently importance of being as exact and Cbuoty spent last week .te lUmitt- eves of bltadocss is said to It fine ba point/ for extreme COLORS ,
began to beef up and toughen up than we use the word "numerals." clear as possible in this exact field 'I ton at her od lease I tamed by infection and the n.r pen e.lor.rPeelai Cot.rsllet
their math and science programs. Ail mimters are made up of one or of mathematics. II rf the sewer antibiotic dregs. 's' legibility.
They began to ask the high schoolsto more numerals. You never see a"number" I Mrs, Annie Morgan ta* Just rrtincmc this figure. IIUI BUCK tMEM
Have you ever thought about the Abo t It cost of UiiHine- .
send better prepared'students in written or printed: or de- possibility of having to operate turned from Atlanta.; Ga. "I i h cawed by general disease. ADVERTISED LINOY PEN CARRIES THE SOU
these fields The Impact of this signed many. way for fashion. On without the numerals from S thru I she has been spcn&Bg the seal: as diabetes. Rantemn of LINOT stows UYINOHtUNtl
situation Is not only being felt in your calendar mall box or bank 19' inclusive Next week, we hope to several weeks with her daueftter I the arteries sad high b'o! secondary schools'and colleges statement you see only numerals ,' show you a little of how you mightbe an dm Mr, and Mrs D. L. Evans. *. Atnxwt half ot khnjB GUARANTEE. CO NOT ACCEPT SUM MARION'. '
numbers. M BOW caused by cataract STITUUS-IOOK POI "LINOY",ON
but is also being felt m the Junior irr able to do math work without '
For the number 363 Is i sad if surgery is doe at ibq THE PENTGIANT
example I'
Mgfi elementary and primary benefit of these numerals. Mrs Myrtle McDonald ct lIAti-i right time 95 per sets W pc-..
grtdes of all our schools Some of made up of three mineral 3, 6, son visited Mr. and Mrs anus then afflict*! c** her INK SUPPLY A
the fallacies in the philosophy, of so and 5. The relationship of these Tounc Sr. one afternoon last week I IMr their sight savctL Gta corui
called Progressive education is be- three numerals or digits arrangedIn I . (abnormal tension within tV AIM,.("Vliltbl.Hit I I. S* Kl..t trtt
ing brought to light In the realization this order give us the number I L 'STRP and Mrs. Joe Cbrbett: Sun eyeball H a common came 4PMSO.manufactured
that no matter how: desirable, 365 that is lodged somewhere in the ran of Live Oak spent Sunday with' blindness and if discoveredearly
all learning cannot be made plea-: brain and not on the surface of a their parents and sister and family arrest er the 33(1 condition it is possible and pre to by
cant and easy. We, have not yet sheet of 'paper or some other ma Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sulhvan and Mr. vent blindness in most ra!es. LINDY C0., INC.,
found or developed an effective and tens]. s/ 4 OOOVR .. and Mrs. 'Tefbrd Sullivan Not many yean ago it was, eel.,.. err.C"il..US.A. o tPU.let.
at the same time easy and royal These same numerals Arranged l1 estimated that ten per e-iit ot- FINEs
road: to learning in any field whether in some other order would give adlll'erent Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carter and all blindness was due In n jury '. '. POINTs
bat this has been
it be math, music science number that would be as children of the Belleville Cbmmuni five per cent through reuoceii safety to '
-- ty attended: church at Burnham Sunday education.
; morning. We were glad to
have then with us. Visitors are always -- -
welcomed: at_our CISI th I

Mrs. Fred Roebuck and grand
son Wendell Wynn visited Mrs Roe
buck's sister-in-law Mrs. O. M.
Belote in Valdosta Sunday after
,noon Mrs. Belote' in confined to I s I I s I sl
'Pineview General Hospital. I '

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THE SAFETY of electric heating-with no com IS lion, no fuel, l li Std p t'S

no fumes-means a lot to Mr. &'Mrs. Clayton 0. McDuffla of I' l

: White Springs. ; ;- : ,.
'. 'i "Electric heating has gl.tn\.Is; peace of r mind," said Mr. Me J-r."., f :tU

Duff."We, :like.to go visiting but.hate t& come home,to a cold: !}i iI 10 ORDER\ '

house, so we leave our,electric,heat on JOY(.We'have found ;'i 1 $a'.vakaM '

that takes only few minutes after v/t get home! to bring t t'; eidkE.'al .
ourhouseupto.1 comfortable temperature," ,/r; ("'-41..ale.,.,........... (a.ct"....."0 Sepsis c aNrau

THE ECONOMY of electric heating is also gratifying} ( } to" these .. I '64' Jet-smooth Luxury ChevroletWhat

Hamilton County home owners. Electricity,saves the cost of

flues, fuel storage, and maintenance -with 'no moving part*, does It take to make a car a great htgh What about special! performance equIp..
no soot removal.Mr. way performer? meat? Professional
II the car happen to be '64 driving BkUlsT Forget
a Chevrolet
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.McDuffie emphastzes"VYe are quite pleased with the econ one thing only. A highway. ,
omy of our heating. If we had It to do over again, we would You'll find everything else already neatly these Nobody hu to doctor: or coax or soup up
have electric! heat." Chevrolets to get the but out of them.
most certainly : packaged for you-on the car exactly
ors as you And tbat'
really the teat of .
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Other features of flanwless) electric heating also be Important pick showroom &or. performer
may :
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to you. Ire silent-quiet as a light bulb. It's flexible- ] STAMP fredr tb way up to a twin-earb out of driving anywhere: ".
individual room thermostats give each the warmth preferred.It's M5 7 sall.st 1.11. v.ryf I 425-bp va'-and four tranamissons high.compreeefon[ fnelud. just ..It comes out of the Ihowroom. '

versatile-panel, baseboard, or ceiling, there's an electric .. l. Gig 1 finely honed 4-.peed stick shiftallow Next time you're out your dealer' way
heat right for and remodelled homes. : eallty RUBBER 1 few extra minutes to sample one of"
> system |lust new Why mw's reggedly balls a And underlying It IU-a bumpimmInr these
', :. not find out now how easy It Is to enjoy UmeUss electric heat. lass s years sad years Jet..mooth ride that helps keep: hlrhway performers 011 your OWD.A few

;" Ing No obligation. Just phone the nearest office of Florida the performance great even when fJSJijhyW are reaDy In you'll need.: 52*'* ,
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Power Corporation.. s.nioe'as pdees fu the hlghwararen' to great. jjjpf_
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PACE six THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA Friday, January 17, 1964

to doln git. ORANGE' DESERT .. .. .
;4t3 man got re- I -.--.- I
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'L'8'0 cerclse: is Important from Infancy HERE

$) /) to 90 years." ,
The fifth annual All-Florida CHAIRS
S .f"t;: "''If you retire from work, retire: Orange Dessert Contest Will N IN .THW'CIRCUIT COURT'' of March U" and recorded In OFFICE: f
e1 10__ I to something actfVe. OF TIJB THIRD JUDICIAL 'r the Public Records. of Hamilton.
'9 launched January 13 with more rlHrUJT OK1 THW I County; Florida In Deed Book
"When .John', ISanlc has, an errand than $10,000 in prizes beingtvrtm STATE FLORIDA, IN (1, pan 1IS-11S and 't further :
(Continued from Page 3))' AND FOR HAMILTON "'''.nttled'' w' being the Sam.
to do a short distance f I offered contestants preparingthe COUNTY IN CHANCERY. and Identlcal'parcel of land on
was to have,this volunteer. home he leaves the car and wel- beet desierW luiog oranges 'TUB' BOARD or PUBLIO which Modern Homes ,Construction Armchair or Plain Style

. comes the opportunity to walk: a or orange products, it hat bear TON MrrHUCTlOW COUNTY,OP FLORIDAttor. HAMIL- erected Company a aheIl4(.erectlnc,... frame or dwelling has Suitable for Business or Home Office
Fiorida's few blocks. When he walks he announcd by the Florida Citrus .a. ee beh.lf of sPECiAL for and afi the.t! >. t ofCharlee :
State Department ol f r shoulders Commission TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT Edward Pertly and Mswife T :
holds his abdomen, up, .
Education Is in the midst of an effort NUMBER ONE FloMle. Mae Perry, Mortgagore

to improve the physical education : Walking relaxed la one and of breathes the best deeply.physical The contest (is sponsored by -.- Petitioner | pursuast herein to ;the, Final Decree of Excellent' $ 4 program In the schools," ** the commission In cooperationwith STATH Of FLORIDA et sh.RelpOndenta ,'oreclou>ure entered! la a ewe pendInr -
exercises. In MM Court the ".,1. of whichIs &Jfc
S. four lnTe tor- .d electric Quality From :
I "Indian dub" relic
an a
utilities and appliancemanufacturer. ORDF.R'I'O SHOW CAI'SB .,
an a corporation. Plaintiff *
The exercise breaks ,
along with of my, alllgance to exercise long TO THE STATE OK FLORIDA, CHARLES EDWARD PERRY and
your coffee break" and rd likeaddinstead to, Light THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR< his wife FLOSSIE MAE FERRY, De
of ago. the .Florida Power A Co., NEY FOR TKB! THIRD JUDICIAL fondants, THE JASPER NEWS
your coffee break.I .
'venture to I passed byl home Sunday after Miami; Florida Power Corp., CIRCUIT OF BAlD STATE OWNEK8.TAXPAYERS1 THE, I WITNESS my rand and the of. I
predict that tterweget SEVERAL PROPERTY<<
,; tidal seal of said Court this llth day
this cigarette question settled moo and saw the family out playing st. Petersburg; Tampa ElectricCo. AND CITIZENSTHEREOF of January 1(14. . ". I r1"T"r.'I11t 1 t vrr": r g
there will be an croquet-3'pleasant sight Tampa; PowerC ONE Thelma Lewis .
.1. '. Pensacola. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court
coffee habit. After all ,JIG,we,not Rev. and Mrs. Boyd Powers and i INCLUDING HAMILTON COUNTY NON-RESIDENTS, FLORIDA Hamilton County, Florida .
drink coffee because of..theintensrve their two little girls were guests PrIzes include a deluxe electric OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECTTO Jaa Northeast 17 14 clrner of the South
attractlvev ads of the coffeeindustry for 12 semi finalists TAXATION THEREIN, AND
of the Advent Christian church rang OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIM
? Monday evening, Jan. 13. Rev and with th balance of electric ap- INO ANY RIOHT TITLE OR IN- IN CIRCUIT COURT. AERMOTOR SUBMERSIBLESCall
pHancea making up an all-elee' THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
V&-S. Powers are missionaries to BY THH ISSUANCE OF COUN-
Route 66 is filming a Florida Japan '(accent on the Ja.) on fur' trio kitchen going to the first THE.: SCHOOLBONDS BY TKB TY FLORIDA., Dick Davis for prices on any type
scene down at St. Augustine and lough. 'They'return February 7th grand prize' winner. That person BOARD HAMILTON OF PUBLIC COUNTY INSTRUCTIONOF FLORIDA I IN CHANCERY I .
chose a portion from Wendel Carpenters It was family supper time at the will receive a refrigerator BRHALF OF SPECIAL TAX LINDA PHILPOT.Plaintiff .DEEP WELLS FROM 4" TO 40" ,',
freezer table toy water heater SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ONE, '
choir at Ancient City Bap church at.seven o'clock and after j "
list church. This wffl be on television ward Rev. and Mrs. Powers spokeon disposal], dishwasher, automatic HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED MORE OR PARTICULARLY TO BE 0.U.' PHILPOT. Defendant I I Will Drill by the foot or will Contract .

in about a week or 10( day. the Western influence in that clothes washer and automatic AFFECTED IN ANY WAY' THERE., Itt'THB NAME"AND AUTHORITY ;
dryer, In addiOen thrMnge.A BY 1 :3 THE :ITlh" t
We'll all be lie called it good
country. A deluxe You and .ach of you are herebyrequired FLORIDA '
color television set
e I Ills subject was "The 'Ttaw. is I, to appear on the 10th day TO G. R. PHILPOT Davis Well Drilling Co..
Jim Ripe',''Mrs. Powers talked to the will g$ to the second-grand of Jan., n.f at-10:0/. o'clock a.m. where residence and address ULJlllncton ;
Camp and! Mary Francis prize winner, and an electric before .the Circuit Court of Hamilton North Carolina) car of ,
Lewis went to'' St. Augustine last children teaching them to count to waster and dryer to the third County, Florida, at the Courthouse Norwood Brick Company: ;:
week 10 in Japanese and ot sing "Jesui In Jasper. Florida' and show cause A sworn bill of Complaint hav- -;' I
; and returned in that heavy grand prize winner. Some 53 why the. prayer, of tbe Petition filed log been Pled in this Court against Eager Road Valdosta, Ga. ,
rala'Thursday bearing a very old loves me", in that language. other prizes will also be available 'n the above entitled proceedings you. the relief therein sought being .
bed that had belonged to the The homeland always loves a report should not be granted and the bond Uvorce. You are answer CH. 2-5084 Collectr
family to the winners., authorizing the Issuance thereof, va- said complaint on or "ft February Day or CH 2-5289 Night,
for several generation A bed In ,from the missionary frontier herein described-and the proceeding 14, 1164; furnishing to C. A. Avrlett; '
,which many of them,had been born. and this was especially true Monday TIM contest is open to any lldated and confirmed, said bondsconiUatlng Jasper) Florida; Plaintiff' Attorney, _
They went In Horace's resident of Florida who has of Feur'Hundred Thou- a copy thereof; else decree pro con'eiso 4",Well 2.50 foot :
truck and evening. of Special Tax School District Nnm- will b, entered against. you per ;)
ducked under bridge when it rained e e e passed his or her 17& birthday and Dollar ($400.000) School Bond, WITNESS MY hand and the official
too all about except employees) and fanv her One dated January 1. 11114 maturing seal of this Court at Jasper,
hard This bed which they We see "dead dogs" serially en January 1 of 6" Well -'3.00 per foot
thought: was walnut turned out to be town this Wednesday Jan. 15 lying Hie of th electric utilities, the of the year ISIS through. 1114, tInclualv. A.Florid D. 11.) this.. 10th day Of January. ; /

lovely mahogany when the cabinet gratefully dead, In this glorious their Florida Citrus Commission, or ml-annually.. bearing at such Interest rll'. as payables shall THELMA LEWIS I 8" Well 2.50 per foot plus casing :jj :
advertising agencies. Eru I *>. determined upon tb. sale thereof, Clerk of Circuit. Court
------------------------- -- tries shiolnd be mailed to Orange I sot In excess of six p.r centum ((1%) by Alice Jones D. C. 10" Well 3.50' foot
C. A. plus casing
Dessert Contest BOl-148 per annum, a more particnlar rise.oription Avrlett per ;
: Lake I fI4 bond. Jasper Florida

; STUMP BROS. marked land. Entries not later should than February be pot:. I! ng the Petition tiled la being this containedIn proceed. Jan. 1i 14 INT Mi Feb. 7, 14fJgCYJbl COURT, I TURBINE, SUBMERSIBLES and JACK PUMPS fALL :

15, 1964.sunshine. I DONE and ORDERED at Jasper, CIRCUIT '
Hamilton Florida, thl Sib
300 Sooth Patters Valdosta TY FLORIDA.IN :
t Georgia 8. SMITItJudge CHANCERY '
...> Court of of the the Third Circuit Judla- HOWARD FRANKLIN MeCALL: ASC .F .H._ A.,and y. A. '
Plaintiff APPROVEDe
i lal Circuit .t Florida In

Tree planting,,at-the Hospitalgrounds. Jan 1( 17..and 14 for Hamlltoa County, SARAH BRYAN-5-McCeill.Defendant. '
The Jasper Woman's Club represented IN THE CIRCTIT COURT, OK TilE STATE OF
Curry, president.
Rachel Smith., Vice president and COUNTY, FI,ORIPA whose residence and address iscare
SUPPLIES"QUALITY Mamie Bryan observed tree plant. IN CHANCERY << of Sarah Style Salon, Troy; ;
: flr
J ing or Arbor Day Wednesday January corporation A worn bill of Complaint bav : "
f ,"y 15.Roger. I Plaintiff, ins been Tied (i. this Court against .
EDWARD PERRY you the relief therein Bought being I7
Ehlert and Bryant Miller CHARLES divorce. You are required to-answer {
o fthe Florida Forestry Service land his wife FLOSSIE!'! MAE PERRY aid complaint on or before February k3
FIRST Defendants, 14. 1X4; furnishing to C. A. Avrlett; All
were on hand to do the
actual plant NOTICE! OF FROKCI-OSt'RK SAL':: Jasper; Florida; Plaintiffs Attorney,
fog o fthe slash pines and perhapsa I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a copy thereof; else decree pre confeni .
/" Ext. Plywood red cedar and an arizona the under.lg.ed,>Thelma Lewis Clerkof cypress the Circuit Court of Hamilton
WITNESS MY hand and the effl-
4x8 Sheet $2.95 or two-these 'on the northeast; County, Florida\ will; en the 21th cal neat of this Court at Jasper,
'. . . .:. . corner o fthe hospital grounds. day of January! 1114, at 11:00: o'clockI Florida: this 10th day of-January; Your
'. '," .. .t the front door of the Hamilton A.D. 11... /:47I
% AD Plywood The club Kratefully acknowledgesthe County Court House In the City THELMA LEWIS.
I _..... 2.65 assistance o fthe Forestry ;\r of Jasper, Florida offer for dale and Clerk of Circuit Court '
4x8 Sheet . r stk. ... ,,. vice. sell at public outcry to the highest Alice Jon, D. C.
,,'t': ,. ,and beet bidder Jor,cash the follow, C. A. .rllt .
'J y*'AD Plywood / )> ..* "e i me described property situated 1 In I Florida
1 ; : ""a .r 'I':'"r 6.40 e Hamilton. County.; Florida; to,win iii"i!: 14 111 Feb. 7. 14CROSS Printing,7. .1
/ 4 x 8 Sheet . . ; ..t . ; Mr. and Mrs Raymond 14.-Fisk. One euro square located In theNortheast :
I corner of the SouthQuarter
,of Hunting, Maze have been visiting
!,1"* CD Sheathing'Plywoo4i'w; !fJr'I.:j 1t. > f (Ithelr son and family Mr. and Mrs. Quarter.INW((8M *of> the of the Northwest South AT '

.4x8 Sheet- . .V.,%,. ..". ". .'.I. 3.65 Robert three Flak.months They at are Eustes now Florida spending I east 15, Township Quarter1(8El4)1 North of Range Section 12 Needs :
: East In Hamilton' FloridaRaid
FELT 15 lb. s/;:'-r j and will come here again on their parcel of land I I. Identified
1.95 return north. *s being the earn and Identical
Roll . . . . . ....4....,.,. r parcel of land conveyed. to Charles
The Robert Flab went to Mass. Edwitrd Perry and his wife,
last summer for.the. parents 50th KloMHle Slae Perry Mortgagor
Bird TB Shingles l 15 year-Bond *" '. I ,
r : I herein from Pemla Lee Baker by
6.75 wedding anniversary Warranty Deed dated the 1M day
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Friday. January 17, 1964 THE; .. JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA I PAGE SEVEN' h

Jlamiuoqet! sons- ( I .WHITE S .RINGS- REV. IIEXDLEY Ht PEXN.fr JASPER SENIOR 4.II J. R. E. Lee -.

t ; :. : fr We hear from Riv. II. W. Hend- I MEETING HELD'

..Jfo.pital J NEW.S ley..Route 1. Peach Bottom. Pa. Ha The Jasper Senior( 4-11 Club was ChatterBoxThe
r !TYPING rhos.a I IC II writes: We had a kA-ely trip up to called to order by Don Wethering-
; u' If hv Mra. ) I I J. It. E. Lee "Scorpions" defeated :
Pennsylvania and arrived Friday. ton on aJnuary 14.Ve nt in the
O'Brien High Friday night
The new Young Adults Sunday December 20, Just asead of an 8- Ae Bulldin at 1:4: 5pm. and the MontlceOo "Bumblebees"Monday
:School Class has gotten oft to a wonderful inch stow This was our first white There was a discussion about the
start. Won't you please Christmas and we are really enjoying I annual picture, and how we might night in Lee High's spa-
rft1f clots and beautiful gymnasium.
make an effort to come this Sunday It. I am the pastor of the raise the money for It.
H' g 6 t morning at 10:00 a.m.. Wrights Dale Baptist Church with' The calendars were given out by The crowd of cheering: spectatorswere
PAPER thrilled with the magnificentperformance
r: 'a membership of more than 300. Mr. Andrews. Again they were
of Cecil Keel and Sa
PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL I approximately 200 In Sunday School sponsored by l:. C. Browne Com
Tins THURSDAY Mr. W. B. Feagle will go into the pany. muel Parker. Keel Is a freshman,
Mrs Nancy Wetherirgton !hospital In Valdosta January 16 for We enjoyed our stay in Jasper! Contests were discussed which and has scored a total of 100 pointsIn .
n lIe Is expected to and the friends we were able seven games. Parker has scored
Mrs. Mary Cox eye surgery. many included lamp, corn, and livestock
; 50c Per 100 Sheets Mrs. Ann Malpas I be there about a week. to meet. It would be nice to hear (contests 41 points in the last two games.
I However, the success of the
s. from of you and see you on
Mrs. Nettie Reid ( many Mr. Andrews snowed a Aim on
: NOW AT Mrs..Lottie McGauley 1 John L. Kemp Is In the hospitalIn vacation." .*<*I/judging livestock after which the Scorpions this year has relied upon that
strong bench of reserves
Autry Merritt (cal) Lake City with pneumonia. meeting was adjourned at 2:20. a
.. I have met the chaDe1The play-

The Jasper. News SINCE PATIENTS LAST DISCHARGED WEEKS- Mrs.: Lillian Saunders was confined __ _.Reporter? r ,, Dennis' -. -i... rx.SUNDAY Smith. I era are James Sow' njJntaer s.
but hM been. lie! win be
drafted -
Grant, C. Brtitol I Bm-
Owens 1.
William in,bed fora (acv: days wltl.aaevere l
Herring ..
., .... lent to flirt Jackson; North Carolina. TO '
I. ... ... ,' .. .Mrs.:Cora Stslvey"""' cold but she has recoveredand MEET AT CORINTII tol and A. Seyroore.. "*
Mrs. Pauline McKinnon I out again The girls' squad has been led lit
liii William Drury see. I The District Sunday Schools of scoring by Unda Logan and %annie -
Frank HendersonMrs. Wayne Jackson is home for a few ;. J P. Milling has been seriously Hamilton County will meet Tuesday DanIels. Linda Logan scored
+ Kate Henderson days before going !Into the aeraS ill for over a week but seems to I aJnuary 21 at 7:30 at Corinth 29 points when the Scorpions defeated .
r3 Mm. Mary Kemp He has been working fin Orlando be Improving. Baptist Church. O'Brien Friday night.

Mrs. Cleo Black ____________________a__.A-------------a-------- .________________a______" a----------a----------.
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I ; Brian Melvin Black Marlowe

t+ 4 CJ.a.nce '.Tay William. Casey Bernice RobersonMrs. Allison 'f New We' are nowfeaturing

Mrs. Helen Stalvey ,
>l Mrs. Lola Westberry
NOW! Colored Patients Discharged:
l Pearl Coleman

li Robert Lee Kewsoma Wilkinson Sword ,
Betty Seymore ,
Walter Pierce .
A' cff Rcw t'3 'SUNlW' Willis Marie Daniels Hawkins ., w Garden Tools T

s Esslo Mae White
Dorothy Ashley
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH John Duncan You've handled Garde Tools like These.
seen n
BAPTIST CHURCHsanday I ,Jasper I Cynthia Bristol never or .

. School ??__. 10:00 am.Mon.injr Pastor: Rev. Fred Herring Garland Jones
* Service _.__ 11:00 a.m.Training Sunday School ..... ... n :-'
t. 11):00: a m.
'* Worship Union ..,.... ...... 7 6:30Erenlng ::30 Morn Service .........11:00 a.m. I NOTCHED SHEAR. Special pruning notch makes EDGING SHEAR. Gets lawn edges neat with effortless

?- Training Union ......;... 6.30p.m.:
Midweek'Wednesday Prayer at Service 7-30 p.m.every Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. :his a versatile shear. Perfect balance and floating action. Light tubular steel handles, floating

Prayer Meeting: Wed,.'.. 73Q: .
p.mAK blades
JASPER FIRST METHODIST!: I bearing make it easy to use. Hollow ground bearing and hollow, forged blades assures operation
"The Friendly Chnrcn" ) GROVE rnriBcn OF CHRIST: r' ..
N. E. BOOTH Pastor Between Jasper and Jenningson for supurb cutting action and long life. and long life.
highway 41
:Sunday 'School.. ._.. 9:45 a.m.iforning Sunday Mom. Bible: Study 10 toll Qt> 4 J o+ ufltI.a

Worship 11:00 a.m. Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 a CMM.IW SWORD SHEAR. A general purpose shear with LAWN SHEAR.'Where the mower can't reach, this
Everyon ae Invited Sunday evening Servlco-..... 7:15 ,... row Iwifty lf fMmtan. IN
EVENING SERVICES Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8 iOO hollow ground blades assures ease of cutting and tool can and without stooping or crawling along.
Junior Fellowship .TT, 6.00: p.m. Phone WE8-2091 \1 If your home It mortgaged, ot
:;Sr. High Fellowship .. '::00 p.m. you plan to borrow money (to buya long life. Perfect balance Floating bearing. Hand.
Youth Fellowship ._ 6.00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH new home, you should know EDGING KNIFE. No effort, no stooping for perfect

Worship Service ..__ 7:00 p.m. Sayer Canon Pastor. how your mortgage payments are tome sturdy beechwood handles: '
Youth Social Hour __ 8.00: p.m. Sunday School at ':411 broken down each month Most : curves and straight line edges in lawn or garden.

"Wednesday Hour of Power T:15 p.m Homing: Worship....... 11 tflO am mortgage payments are actually I
BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Training Union ........ 6:45 p.m. Hided into three separate parts. : LADIES' SHEAR. Designed to make gardening a SWOE. This remarkable versatile tool does more
Evening Worship ............ 8:00Pr..tr : *ie first part is the amount I
!Bible Study Service at tf 11 a.m L1II.each- 7 pjn. Services at 7:30 Wednesday .jr each month on the original : pleasure for the lady of the house. Its light weight* jobs than a hoe ever did-and it's fun to use. This

p.m. \n. This amount U called the
IPBYE 4 6 Sundays:00 p.m.each each Month Sunday snR'CHURCH oF D (principal: ,amount," and is the ;: perfect balance and hollow ground blades make cut 3 sided blade weeds, cultivates draws teed drills,

DeVane, pastor Irving W-Hughes, Pastor largest part of your monthly payment .
Elder L. M. I '
Sunday School .___ 10.00 ..m : ting effortless. Easy to grip beechwood handles.. levels beds whip grass ,etc. ,
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN ACHURCH'SERVICE }Wornlnic.WoaWp} *..:...JttM a.m 1 .I..I.'r: *. L' V
j The second part of your payment \
TThe Rev. William W. Van Zant III TUESDAY pjn is"the interest"you pay. Tins I.: { ., .We.al.lo. feature the new Wilkinson Sword Razor

''Sunday' School.."'. 94S a. m. Prayer Vetting ___ 7:30 p.m. Is actually a service'charge_ for : COME.'AND"SEE" THESE AT: "*. .
Services ._.._.::.-:... UOO FRIDAYSP. the use of the money you !;or. Blades.
.- -- Y';" E. _........._ 7 JO p.*. rowed. When you mortgage your : \. ,
JASPER ADVEP&CHRISTIAN home, you should ih CHURCHRev. BURNHAM CHRISTIAN the lowest intercalate 4
get par '
Travis Carter CHURCH ,,ble. K ,'
'Sunday School i.f...... .: 10 ..m. Paul H. Stewart, Pastor The third part Yagemonthly; ; Hardware
Morning Service .11.00am. Sunday School each Sunday: 10:00:
payment is callid\\ Vn "escrow
Sunday Night Service ....1:30: p.m. Church Service Second and Fourth
account" This is aside
Wednesday night: : Sundays .................. 11:00 money set )..:' ,
7:30 p.m. and used to pay your tax and insurance i .
Chclr Practice CYF and Bible Study Second and \

Player Service ..... _8:00: p.m.;I Fourth Sunday nights ,1.... 6:30' If your tax bills or when'insurance.they are bill due.go I I.I. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA It,

'DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH JENNINGS METHODIST up, your monthly...payments. will I.I
Trulett M. Comer. Pastor I "Enter nest Pray"Pastor also I increase. /
Sunday school -------------------------------- -- - - - - - ----------
10:00: a : Charles W. Rogers Sr. 11 __:.-
11:00 Morning Worship Sunday School each Sunday: lOa.m. ..V
.smp.m., ................ B. T. \1. Prayer Meeting each Thurs 1 p.m. ;; I" '
7-00: pm. ...:.. Evening Worship: Worship Services 2nd and 4th Vt. ,''COMPLETE '' SERVICE ..
Wednesday night Prayer Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m '..... 1-.
Meeting _"_ T30: >'" I'

Sunday School..- 18:00 L.. Sunday' School every Sunday at
Y.P.E. Sunday .......--i, A:-30 p.m.l: 10:30 a.m. Business And Personal Printing
Prayer Meeting. ., 'lJO Preaching: 11:30 a.m. A 7.SO: p.m.
Training Union _....- 6.30: | ...
WHITE SPRINGS Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at .' .,' "
tPlRST ,7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY .
Ber. .C. E. Bailey, Pastor NO JOB TOO SMALL u "V 1's | (
Sunday School 10:00 ..m. BAPTIST ( -v, 'NO : : : .. \ *..*.'.' >
Morning Service UsM s.m. J..I.... Florida '- t\" "'." .........' "" :, V ,
'. Union __ 7:00 pjn.
TrminiBE :
(Evening Services _..... 8:00 p.... Nathan Wooley.: Pastor '
Wednesday. prayer service 8 p.m. !Sunday: School ..___ 10.00: sun. LETTERHEADSV BUSINESS CARDS WINDOW CARDS r'
(Each Sunday)
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Preaching Service Each Sunday at .
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard 11:00: m, m. and 7:80 p. m. I STATEMENTS V POSTCARDSHANDBILLS \ RULE. FORMSMAGAZINES ":

:SlInda, School -.._ 14:00 am. Prayer, Meeting Each Wednesday -t I I .
at 7:30 ....... .
(A class for every age group) pjn. f ENVELOPFSf. ..
11900 .m. '
t Worship>> Service I

Tooth PASTOR'S Fellowship SCHEDULE...-... .00 p.m. FRIENDSHIP. WI| Tlttsworth BAPTIST, Pastor CHURCHJ. t .1- V INVOICES :!J; J r-: TICKETS ," ... 1 4 BOOKLETS I.

'White Springs every Sunday at Sunday School "-- 10:00 a.m. r .. .
11:00 ....,.. Moraine Worship ..... 11:00 a.1D.babllnl' ANNOUNCEMENTS ," INVITATIONS
each Third Sunday Union __.' 6:S0 ,... BROCHURES PROGRAMS, lw> c 1j ., .
:Swift Creek
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at 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. .rrr
7.00-Prayer meeting. "
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.Sunday STATENVILLE.Allen School Brooker.__GEORGIA Pastor 10:00: ..11I. GREEN Rev.RIDGE Earl GOD Deas CHURCHOF :Whatever Your PrintiRg Needs Call Us_ First ; : ;

Worship Service 2nd and 4th Sunday School ._.__.10:00 a.m.
-Sundays __.___-. tl'" a.m. Morning Worship 11K)0) a.m. J J l\ .
.Jr. end Sr. MYF >tEach Sunday at Wednesday Night ___ 1:30 pm ;:" J' .
7:00 pm. Prayer ServiceY. >
'Prayer Meeting'Each Thursday at P. E. Friday Night 7J
".. '. .
8-00 .m..1lYP ---- .
. :Social Hour Each Thursday JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF COD HOME AND OFFICE ... ,.,. Coronet Wedding Line .
SUWANNEE CHURCH: OF Staple Machines Ac Staples '!a) '

Facll. Florida Services Each 10:00 Sunday a. m. moraine Adding Machine Paper Roll TOP QUALITY JOBS

Sunday School Bert "E..1O0'Wheeler : A.M. time Goepel and eveningOld Sing last Friday Typewriter Ribbons Carton Paper W 0 R K

PrMchlna Service .......11:00) AM. each month ............ 8 pjn. Typing PaperManila '
Evdnc Service ........ 1:30 PolL l I. .' a See Samples in Office
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7A, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mailing !Envelope 1 I
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BAPTIST CHURCH (Services Etch Sunday) t. ':'u J ,J \'ff') .. f .
. 'Rev P. M. Allen Pastor Sunday School _?._ 10:00 LID ,
1 10:00 am.-Sunday School Morning Worship .....Jl:00 a.m '!> ',j '::'
'(except fifth Sunday) Training Union ? 8:30: p.nv.Prayer We,Are Equipped To Handle Weekly and Monthly PuhUcation"'I. :; : "J
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[ 1:00 p.m."": Evening SerVIce at :00 pjn.

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CHURCH !: HOLINESS P. O. Box il 11Ijt:; 21aper je1u5, ', :'Y' S -6331

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