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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Payton \ 'FileFor: GiTax, t lg" Feed grain I Guy l\lcGhin Paul Weber Is It's Not Too LateThere I 4

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,Announces Refund TodayThis Program Xnnuonces For Chairman Of 1964 Is still time to make your

Representative Is the lut day for farmers Voluntary ReelectionI Red Cross Drive March contribution of Dimes.to the Mall Hamilton it in to County Mrs.

who have permits to apply for E. L. Dupree Jasper, if you
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their gasoline refund for the State I Participation( in the 1964 feed would like to announce my can- Marvin'Rodgers, chairman of the haven't already done so.

Comptroller's office. January 31 Is grain: proaram. will be entirely vol- didacy Commissioner for re- lecUon from as the your Hamilton County Chapter Amen II Don Wetherington and several
nr ,-\intan 2 artier .accord County can Red Cross AMOUnced todaythaf Beta Club members held a road
-rtp r+e4t Tp jte-Jgaunty'! jtf years ;,
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( gent Rance', ing' crjUBace 'Ueas,"I CnatrmatC,Fifth :Distrtct.tiitivM rN* .r\v Paul> Weber of'Jasper'naraccepted block: IiTJasper! last"Saturday
Farmers who hold a valid refund Agricultural( ]Stabilization and Conservation I am grateful for your support improve the', 1964 American ,Red.cause of traffic by passing our town p
7 permit from thelJbmptroller may' County Committee. Only four years roads ago.Increase Working malnten-to Cross Campaign Chairmanship for I I this did not amount to as much as

get a.refund of $.Oi prf gallon*ot,those groweW'nho take part In the our members and funds. (.In previous years Don has also dU
services, I have tried in office to )I'
gas osed:tor agrWdtttral or commercial program!,Cfcowever, will be eligible ance efficiency, and provide new We are, Very fortunate to have, school cards in Jasper and
during tor price upport on three feed : I'collected' most of them
fishing: purposes desen-e'OOl' trust. *'tIn such a sincere and enthusiatlc per-
3 yt = 1963. Notefund' authorized, however grains. horn; barley. and grain.sot for support son as Paul for lurid drive,chairman It was raining Monday night but
1. tor, purchases ol less than'tghaun .r appreciation your I Hamilton County Mothers Marched ,
; this year stated Mr. Rodgers.
attention JI
I have sought to give personal -
11 Z t! Sfan', t. ')';' one time; and t I Pr-tucet; farms which J -grew to all request and suggest The campaign success depends to help fight crippling diseases and

none > given when the refund for{any of these' grains In either 1959 ions. Most importantly, 11 have its fund drive' chairman and we I birth defects. Mrs. Inez McGhin
: iF 12' months is less than#.00 .*"". af l3SO fffb\ both years, will\ U A3{ p.IOow dM)( 0} letWMwhen feel we have 'th'etust' there is in. stated that Mothers March returns
T 1 Both rurehuer'Md teller must haw thrfcpportunlty to sign-up in you elected me. I II that respect. : I were i incomplete at this time.of Your the

T have complete records, of the transactions the promm during the period Feb. I In three years this Board: of Everyone is urged to respond in Hamilton County Chapter
and these must be kept two 10 through March 27. In the meantime County Commissioners has workedfor a charitable way when Paul conItacts 'National I Foundation of the Mothers appreciatesthe whose

ye-a n. As long as refund claims are ASfiS County Office staffs will improvements for: you for help in the March efforts and of the Marchof
interests support
filed yearly the refund permit remains answer ny questions.growers may i Better road malntenance-provld- Red Cross Fund drive. i' out polio
Dimes will help to wipe
;, valid. have. / 'ed new road-grader, new! dragline, resarch and treatmentcenters
Not all permit holders- have been i I, The gnawer who diverts as many new dumptrucks and pick-up equip :and provide for those born with birth
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: i taking advantage the opportunity acres as he signs Up to divert.. at ment. James \V. KynesAfinuncesFoi defects
'*'I"'" for refunds. In 1960 for example, !least 20 percent of his farm's total j New road paving and resurfacing -I
: only 37 percent received a refund.{feed grain base and carries out begun, or plans made, and *
I hereby aniwHhce my The ,average payment per farmers other provisions of the program will money allocated for additional
County. I Was.born and"'.- that year was $139.76. But 9138,000 a payment for acreage diversion secondary roads In county, streets tt 'i y General
Hamilton County and 1 previously appropriated) by the team and will become eligible for in cities, and all school drives' In s oass I Ir
from Jasper High School 'legislature\ to pay refunds was left'! loan
the feed gfain price-support the county. I am formally announcing my
ed my State and American I unclaimed. :"and payment. Since the paymentsvary ,I Increased county efficiency-equa candidacy for the office of Attorney

:Degree I have In served Vocational on,the Ag: I I NEW ROSE BULLETIN' :( by crops, the diversion pay 'lized County Camp wages for equal General I

Directors and as Vie Heavy demand for "Roses in ment will bob based on the kind of work, provided sick leave plan Since my ,recent ,appointment to : vw I
of the Hamilton County Florida,' the Agricultural Extension 'I["crop acreage diverted: the price- for county employees; cut out this office, I have been the grateful r
eau. 1 t Service's new bulletin 180. has I|support payment, will be based on I I waste in expenditure of public recipient of telephone calls, tile,i ,

I am a fanner and fof' caused delay In delivery to my. the kind of:.grain' planted. A higher money; and eliminated rent costs I.grams, and ,personal vults from'
three years have been : office. However I now.have! these rate of diversion payment will I'I for Colored>> County Agent by. build <$lzens ,throughout the State tot
by the State Department bulletins for you. Demand Is partly !apply.wherp ,more than the mini ,leg a facility, F oridar i-: '\ I
spurred'by the since January I Boat Ramps- Installed for use '
culture season di-verted. I
t : I ,> by the publlc'ln fishing and boating. While there has, been the obvious
I am marrUd to the generally marks the time for j
',.r Paved hospital drive, erected flag speculation:that would: be a can- I
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I I aemge
: new
planting.
Fouraker of White Springs The diverted from production .
display at County Courthouse, cooperated ,didate, 'Z felt tt nectslar? to make SENIOR: HIGH: GIRLS 4-H CLUB: '
have one son. Bulletin 180 contains 56 Including of in efeed grains Is to be..
pages ,
closely with County wel- ,this declaration as soon as possible j f I The meeting was called to order
If elected to this office I discussion of devoted to) an approved conservaItion '
a complete
fare officials. In caring for indigent ,In order to get on with the businessat by Lillian Riley at 1:40: p. m.
operate with the County plant selection but rootstocks for: use .and this acreage Is in
people, and improved personal hand-my obligation! to carry out ,lAtter the 4-H Pledge; devotion was
Chamber of Commerce Florida culture, planting and! main I addition to the conservation 1
services to the public. my duties as Attorney General anda then led by Jo Ann Smith.
other Civic Organizations tenance. A large portion of the publication [bRAe acreage of the farm
This Is a beginning- step ahead Cabinet officer In. the most efficient The roll was called by Jessie
betterment of Hamilton .I wfll higher
Is devoted to Insect and disease Payments average
to build on for continued efficiencyand manner.As Phillips, followed by giving cut
Respectfully ,cannot, and almost half is this year J-'rA the maximum diver of i
for, the 4-H pins. ,
Payton made 'photograps And draw-I talon is hlaMr. A new provision in concern development- Attorney, General i
up { sworn to I
of our.County.. I The program for the day was a
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-- ings lluatrated the discussion.! {the 1964 limits the diver- advise, and
| { program Your help will be greatly app- represent protect the speech given by Lillian Riley
Don Fuqua To Extension publications are avail.able lion payment to no more than 20percent reciated. ', the rule'of reuon'.nd work diligently -(called "The Story of 4-ir. She told
.\at the office of the county ofhthe fair market value cl -- .'to presel"Vehe\ Integrity of how the 4-H Club came Into being. t
For,Relection \ agricultural agent. Why not drop by the land diverted.. in 1W4Jemiirgs .. people' of this Statet I'shall follow I Lillian also gave this speech at a ;
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t 'an dlook these. over. DosesOf government bylaw; It Is my firm I speaking contest April 5, 1963 in '
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Cong..e Tops vigorous pursuit ofFbs4dct'a. (Hamilton County, where she won
HIVaccine ,
Type gnat-potential JDLJQUT.
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NFJC Begins Jasper 439 GivenThere elected officials is necessary If we. Mrs. White gave a demonstrate*+
are to keep pace with our rapid on 'The Pswts of Our Personality'. y

Spring Semester A pair of low scoring basketball were 3900
...,.. games ended In victories for the Oral Vaccine Type III given to the ''we want for our. society} .Reporter. ; Terry BanneD
..f v Some 50 new students have completed -I Jasper girls and Jennings boys residents of Hamilton County Sun- cannot be realized without an '. f
n dJatrlct'1, application for admission to.here i Tuesday night day January 19 alert day by day defense:'of.'.the TIlE NATIONAL!4:C CREED
3sv I the North Florida Junior Collegefor I The Jasper BulVJogettes. won bya .This Is compared with the 4288 public's Interest This I pledge to X believe in 4-H Club work for the
the spring semester. More than 15-16 count juid'the Jennings boys does of the Type I Vaccine admlnls maintain In compliance Wilt the opportunity It,will give to becomea
80 students have applications pend- lock) a 40-3-: victor tered in the first clinic constitutional obligation of my;) off useful citizen '
ing, according to James C. Moore, I If Three hundred and fifty three I ice. I l I I believe In the training of mY
regestrar. :The win'gave Coach Owen Hln- dollars and seventy cents was do- As a Cabinet t officer I shall continue HEAD for the'power it will give
: "The College is losing 23 students ton's Jennings Panthers a 6-10 re- ,mated by the public towords payingfor \ an active and dedicated Interest me to think ,to plan and to reason
q 8pQrgressman to graduation and ten academic cord, while Jasper now has a 9-5 the Type III vaccine. In efforts to meet our needs I I believe in the training of my
<< suspension; he said. "With the slate. The Jennings girls are 3-11, There will be another Clinic on in the fields of education, public HANDS for the ability It will give
I applications, pending it appears we andl Jasper girls stand 5-3. Sunday March 1 at Jennings City 'safety, conservation, the mainten- me to be helpful, useful, and skill ;
may have a larger spring enrollment Ann Camp got 10 points for the Hall, and White Springs and Jas.per ance of a sound fiscal and the gen full.
w than fall." ,I,Jasper girls while Linda Smith Health Departments' to admlnls eral welfare I believe In the training of my
I I I I I NFJC students register this week((I was tops for- Jennings with nine ,ter the Type II Sabin Oral Polio ,: vk L' {,HEALTH fo I1he strength it will
and-daises begin on Thursday, Jan markers, {Vaccine; -, ,give me to enjoy, We, to resist disease
:' I(uary 30. Registration for evening ]I I Twelve points by Dennis Hacklewas A make up clinic will be held during Isaac[ Shiver Runs and to work efficiently
classes begins on Feb.. 3. Registration tope for the Jasper quintet and the week of April thru 10 tor I I. I believe In the training of my
I,: : for all students closes Feb-',:La yon Burnam put forth a sparking anyone who missed either of the For County Comm. JirCART: for the nobleness It will
13.:. 29 point effort Jennings. three doeses of polio vaccine ,''give me to become kind, Iympatb-
t! '- 1st. District. 'etic,,,and,true.
: Don I{ I believe In my Country, my
ounced today that he :''State and my community, and In ,
reelection as United FIORIDIANS LAUNCH PRESIDENTIAL DINNER I hereby announce my candidacy i my responsibility.for their develop +
presentative from the for County Commissioner of DU'I ment.
tract No. 1, composed of the 1, 6,
rict of Florida. Fuqua Is t
all believe andI
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inK his freshman term A and 7 perclncts. I will appreciateour am willing dedicate my effortsto .
district which Is vote and support subject to the their fulfillment.-

Suwannee, Taylor, May Primary. This is '''what we belive In a* '

erson, Hamilton Leon : 'Sincerely Yours I!t 4-irers. Striving to do better q J.

Wakulla. Franklin Iiaco (Ike) Shiver 4-H member, Dennis Smith i
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the Ninth District in I
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district, primarily' & 114171U
its economy, and the site 1 CAUJM0 WT K Aggss
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ional Institutions, along ?
less natural resources.

"In the little over a year .
I have been privllegded
the people of ou rdlatrict;
tried to represent them
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state, and district. I of
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history demanding the
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Friday. January 31. 1964 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA' PAGE 'THREE3FSW

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A recent party of Interest was a the proud parents of a little daughter ,Isented Glenda. Refreshments were Leod is the. grandson of Mr. and abra, which formed a.backgroundfor
bridal shower honoring Mrs.: Ray Cynthia' Ann,' born Jan. 21 in'served, rounding out a lovely trl- Mrs. Walter Buckles and lived In the wedding party.
Burnham (nee Caroline Davis) St. Vincents: Hospital, Jacksonville r[bute to a popular student. I Jasper sveral months attending I Mrs. Bob Guest, pianist,, present!
: $ I/ daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Harry They also have a little son John I Jasper HIgh At that time he lived' ed the nuptial music. "A Love Song
Davit It was an)Informal party about 2 years old i Mr. and Mrs. William G. Vlckersof with his aunt and uncle Mr. and "0 Promise Me" and "I Love
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with about 20 school friends invited [, St. Pdmburs'isited Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Frank Matthews. You Truly" were played prior to
It grew until there was a nice 37. Harriet Vann has returned home Hows in Live Oak and Mrs. I SEXX-McLEOD the Wedding March.
S It was A Jolly crowd bringing gifts after three years tour of duty with I Graham Black and Mrs. Ernest.I' Miss Catherine Antoinette Senn. Eddie McLeod served his brotheras
.. and good wishes for this popular U. S. Women Auxiliary' Corps She.iRutledge and family Jasper over i .. .ybUng lady, This:;-was rounded out, was located: at Ft McCellan: Aa a. 'the past weekend,'Jie Vlckers' son '5frm.'Sri tecamelheride of LaJrd3JUieu The bride was attended by ,her
.. I with delicious refreshments %- She is at home and secretary to Mr. Johnny who .is Irk service' and sta*' McLeod.'son'o( Mrs. NeD cousin Miss Sandra Pace of At.

s "\We ST_ I I _i iie hostesses were Mrs. MYrt Robert Flsk'dty Manager. honed In Kansas Is entering a Unl :I McLeod of Dawson and George II. 'lanta. Her empire dress was of pink '

,..rt White, Mrs IL C. Goolsby, Mrs.George 'I FROM JENNINGS I|verity out there In connecton with McLeod of Cuthberfcln an impressive crepe. She wore a pink veil and

'tom Ilendrlcks Messenger of ed in Texas by a mart'named Rae- L. Smith.Kenneth .. y.Mrs. ej Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hewitt I his service. (j)solemnized double-ring, December ceremony 25.beautiful carried a bououet of white mums.

Jacksonville comes this. Too good burn Interesting, .young people Incollege \ Tuten is in a JackagnlriUe and daughter Glenda left Sundayto I+ The/Wedding took place at Pleas The bride, given in marriage by
to pass by. In thinking about Christian make their Mr. and Mrs. Lois S Vickers her father was lovely In a antique
home
In Atlanta.
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hospital for surgery weunderstand. Hill Baptist Church at 4 o'clock
HAPPINESS Living. Wv Her friends wish her a Their host of friends( regret their and daughter Marian were guests In the afternoon R>v. Lamar,, Cog I white wool knit., featuring a lcoopneclt.line ,
M The happiest man In the world The "Young .Life"'Idea caught leaving. the past Saturday of'Mrs. Graham, gins pastor received the and wrist length sleeves.'
I LL' la the common, everyday chap on ,and 'now In Colorado .Springs, ,a ,get welt. I A VMrs. Black here in Jasper and another before a central arrangement vows of Neck and waist lines were piped in

.**.'-, '. who makes his own living, paysbls'bIui there is an institute for the trainingof Mrs. Anderson of Plant City.' Adds McCaU'a guests on the sister Mrs Clarence Howe In Uve glad and mums, ferns and magnolia I matching satin.Her shoulder length

has a little money as he "Young Life" workers.' Athletes mother.of'Mrs. John C. Camp and; weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. . flanked by seven tiered caMel: Continued on Pare
goes along, but does not strive to I have become primarily Interested Mrs. Sally Camp of White Springsare Runyan and daughter Star. |Oak.Dr. I I't
get a corner on the local output, and athletes from many colleges: guests for a few days of Mr. Mrs. Runyan is employed with I. William E. Kyser was a delegate
and is a slave'neither to ambition have gone into this work and Mrs. John C Camp. the educational system in Duval. to the annual Episcopal Council I t/() _OJ$111)' llr 1t .
nor society I The Circles formed Mr. o fthe dicese of Florida this
| or groups are County. Runyan Is a student at I I r'7
lie loves his fellowman in local -communities North orida Junior !week in Jacksonville. He returned '
God and his bringing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Copeland! JII College In 'I
; thinks there is no place like I|geth r young people of like Interestsi (He at one time was with the Ham Madlsoru I I(i Thursday night. "I, ;
home, the haven of rest; prefers.,, : It, X understand is not unustial Jton County Bank) are retired and | .. \. The Kyert are members of the | :' From Rooting to
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.. the company of his family to that for young people to bring. do much traveling around the world| Folks are,beginning to work in live Oak Episcopal Church. I II Building 8uppllee are Flooring top-notes.ou

of anyone'. else; never has to sit up I I their Bibles'.on. .to school.. by freight boat. At Christmas they" 'the yard t..ery sunshiny day. Mrs. I I I I We continue to have calls about I I I Why not call on M( today and takea f
nights to poultice his conscience; ]I t, startedher were' ,in Africa and as late as Jan., Norwoodbrougnt me nandina the old J. N. I. and the memories gander at oar select too-.It's per
believes in the doctrine of live and Mrs. Capitola Kyser has 15. I plants. I too, must get busy. o days spent there. Of course: mine a lecUoal We molding and
let live, and, when he encounter class in/piano., She teaches It Is hoped by their many friends' Ithought the best tlm to plant'go back to the'start when I was | .aatofa lumber hi carry many patte..... ,
one of the needy, he doesn't stutter after school: at the Woman's Club. that from violets fWjrSprlna bloomtag is lai five .
.' .they are,away by now I years old and my teachers I if
with his pocketbook. |1 MSS! 'Miss the hp'moilin that country. | August and September-lite set '
Goolsby.; Betty was Miss Ada Bixby of I
The plain' man Is happy to be Vicky' ting out potato plants.Jjj USED T-V
and Jean/! Hayes, and Caroline Davis Petit and we played M..Chll-l
satisfied ha does not spend the .Aagpole >
tall at the Courthouse
There's a '
Bornham attending Beautician sticks and built castles
best years of his life yearning for are ) and which Is SOMETUfVa THINir ABOUTI
our flag flying blOCb-l
sizes school in Gainesville commoting on up thru the ye&n'of ONLY $50
things four too large for him. e"cmtent
as should be. It has been that our I .
. each day. So I can talk "ichrvd" -- any
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patriotism (which I'm sure deep makes poor men rich. who would'liketo reminisce.:
Today Monday, I have a valuable Rev. Joe Orson whom many Jasper down we have) wasp not showingJim Discontent makes rich men poor.t. S. USED 1
::.-',' gift from a niece. Dot Bowyer folks remember and who was Courtesy is the art of inconven-
understand A writes I'm .
Black we appeared lady planting a -
Z' The Art of Living" by Wilfred A 'lencing yourself for the
pastor at Terry Parker Baptist conwn-'
before the Cbur'ty Commissioners .jtub full of violets !in the front plan- Refrigerator
: Peterson. Is andby
4; It a second edition Church in Jacksonville is we under Fence of someone else and doing It
and ask that this be done. That ter and visioning how they will
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itl demand. .
; ': popular stand a student at Baptist Theological cheerfully 1
fy. . wad Why! was needed-someone toleadte I look in bloom. ONLY $75
Seminary In New Orleans. :Thanks Jim In ,The Ninth grade class of . lefertyeILJ?
next
/*, Over in Jacksonville there is an : say. Jermlng Yowaeste love
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j;<.,''.-v' organization called: "Young Life".. lie,visited' Jeptha and Kirby Sand or1...djJ."'a flagpole) for the City High gavev a surprise farewell party Joyce Smith a Stetson student ''Se wee ett SEE THEM
lin while they were in Ochsner lutfr'Thls should be done to Glenda Hewitt last at home on between-semester
V It meets once a week in different without. de Friday afternoon .
i sbeive.
V1Ms
'< **K M' communities under the:leadershipof Clinic. recently; .. *y"-Mw/," Glenda was darting about tion .' II/ BEFORE YOU BUY!
To me it Is a case of First things. returning books and doing last /
Charles Scott (aD American Foot Mrs. Ethel Dickert has returned Mrs. Charles Levine has wont
ban player at University of Tenn things; but when she returned to
home after weeks spent in Orlando that her parents Mr. and
James is visitIng .I I the home room (Mrs. Maude : /
\: and his wife Mary who was a Y- and!: Perry with daughters. Mrs. C. Shepherd Hav Druck of Chicago will be here
teen secretary at one time. I Mrs. Freeman of Perry accompanied her sister Mrs. Freeman in ener teacher) everyone stood and shortly.

.'. : A group of young people meet her home and spent Sunday. Camilla, Ga . sang "She's a Jolly good fellow" UICDFRS rt a at 6 o'clock Wednesday morning m I Principal Mr. DeVane was a snec-I 1 The following account of the Senn
i. to study the Bible and discuss pass A long! time ago women minded Thanks to the Kirby Sandlines we lal guest. McLeod wedding in Dawson Ga. Is
*" ages) there In. The entire,theme Is runs in their hose with a needjeand'bread Xtr know how to spell Ochsners of A farewell gift of a silver bracelet of Interest to many In Jasper bei.AUM'the &..Y3BQ1
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,.01rbti&Jr'1lvhg." .'tyut that was a longtime 'Orleans. hospital. fame. I with her name engraved was pre-i groom Mr. Laird Mc
Vlrgie Cone got this Information ago WMn tbey.1tt t too bad< ,., /'
for met "Young Life" was start-saw,, you throvjrthem, away. .fJ.a Id Mrs. Henry Jernigan
spenL&inday here with their friend
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', : ''I Mrs. C. C. WaJtes'of Moultrie l is I

.I. .' .- the guest for several days of her NUTS! Maybe We .Are Butr
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daughter and family Mr. and Mrs:
? SAY,POP IP- OUT TNERe 13 NQTNYJGSHAke5pEARE J. C. Cannady.
MNS I'Lt ski- AS P MARI ALIVE TO-C* lee 86 OePM NEAR -me FINl3 URYICE OF
FOOBHUMDKCDYBARS Mr>>.Edna. McGhauley entered t m
? OLD. the'
IJwnervtlle Hospital Sunday ,
for this Thursday. II
cunery fii i. We Still Can't Understand How Some Folks 'rt|Passing up the Tremned-
Mrs/y b a Browne had a lunch- I ;

eon Jim Satrday Camp, for and Mrs.Mary Dancy Mh'1 I I ous Savings we're offering at thistime--M: ]\thk a'lJee Line To LANG'S And

Lewis before Mrs. Dancy

to Palatka. See For Yourself
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Ten of 'the Regional librarians I

among them our librarian Mrs. ,
Blanche fleas, attended a LibraryI -
I Conference at Gainesville Thursday MEN'S LADIES

Low Price $6.95 NIGHT FHONB (January. 23.. .. ..
COATS
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PER CYLINDEk Mr. Elmer Deas spent Thursdayin .
CASH ON DELIVERY Beamn 2-1001 Live Oak with his uncle, Mr. Re g. $34.95
to $50.00
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Jim Home. '
S. I 29 $ 9 to
HOLLOWAY'SThe Jim Camp and Mary Francis .95' and $ 1O $19.98
went Sunday to St. Augustine to $33 NOW
"visit the cousins Phylls Knorr and' NOW
I Jacqueline Barnhlll and to take in'
the Antique show. LADIES
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51.2.5181 I . MEN'S SHOES
.. oJ HOLLOWAV 1 Milt an Mary Alice (Shangle) ,? _
,'\WJI BedeJJjOf: )) Hampstead N.York were SPORT and DRESS SHIRTS It Reg. $8.95

I guesty of the Raymond Camps Tuesday '

Complexity of Today..zt1YII; route' 'tlifli/(to/their Thursday.winter'They home were West en: |I Reg.,'To $4.00 .; $1.99.and $499.

Cars Palm.:Beach with a probable visitcb401 .N O..WP.
of John Clifford a studenta $4.99 and
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' Stetson, before going; on down fora $299. ,
iT DEMANDS two months stay. NOW X
. LADIESMEN'S

EXPERT CARE Mrs Ella Dancy of Palatka has SWEATERS
Ieoaee.aatssa I been a house guest of Mrs. Ray. .
mond Camp for several days the Reg to $12.95

SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION< :L past week. ,, DRESS .t .' '
Mrs. Camp'nterta1ned with aBridge ,;r" < SLACKS.f.1. fj;,, $3.99 JO$7.99

We give those important extra_ (1' From Madison luncheon were Friday Mrs. EstherHome Guests '. "d ;Re*, to $12.95 ,' : ,: >'r NOW'' Q .

service'with a smile. When your+1 (y 2f! Mrs.Bernice Harrison. Mrs. J S/1.99 T Q,99 \., ,.' ..J.. ./' "" .
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Cohen Mrs Ramona Liv "
Bunker ,,
drive in here for gas we always i. ingston. 0. LADIES
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check your oil, tires, water level I t :, I SKIRTS
1 Friday night there was a steak
and dean your windshield. .j .. supper at Edna Browne's-quests MEN'S Reg. to $12.95
were the Raymond Camps, Horace I
CAR WASH only $2.00
Lewls'es, Esther Home and Mrs to
. / Ella Dancy. I SWEATERS $3.99 $7.99
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Jerry Smith's I .\. r' NOW

_. Doris and Melvin. l O1 Kelly are1flOd' ;* 1 Reg. To $12.95 .
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..n. t. 'LADIES
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'. Jasper Telephone 792-3781 $3.99 BLOUSES
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MHCTlV'Wta' till .. 100'. of YARDS ,. '
Improvising ,'. '* ::I, 9K3 1AVH SDII9 twos I
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To be held in the JasperWomen's\ dub after t1 SEARS) & SONS I I Reg. 98c; _to $fl39: \<5 f :
'f" I ; to se you'Soon, At../:: k

School 1 hours. enrollment, call.v JJj ,x ,: Yard I Specking : '

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,PAGE FOUR : ; 'T.1-l. :" JASPER MEWS... ,JIASrE'! ,fL, .RtD ; 'J January 31 ; 19644H .
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; 4-H EVENT DAY t"'TheiLove'Of\ God" BIRTHDAY''PARTY CXXJNOL' ','MEETING "j r, Ntorsea of America,meet*
ti : The meeting was called to order'i .Future
I' j0tt; and i'Jottr Sc/'oo/ PROGRAMS i V Miss Katrina Stormant was I honored ,by Don Wetherlngton. We elected:'lag was called to order by the pres

I. Florida.4-H'ers are brushing up "For this Ii thee of God, on her tenth birthday with'a I officers'. they are as follows.:Pws-Iideot! ; Terry Bonnell '
: bj- M L Powell on 'their:insect, lore and parllmen- that$ we keep: Ills commandment:(I I party at her. home near Whiter '!dent Don Wetherlntfon, Vice Fres r New officers were elected as follows :,'
procedure in ,preparation,for and his, commandments are not Springs; on Saturda afternoon Went Brad Vlnson,' Secretary, Dennis : Nora Norris, 'Project,Chair-
Last week we were discussing ,age largely all of its own composed tary grevlous.. l'' John 53. Gods love January 25.Katrina Smith, Reporter, Wade MurI man. Rebecca Dedge, Assistant
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this matter of operating in different oC words,signs, symbols and directions the District .11 first Events State.Pay. Events Programs for man as demonstrated In the gift I r Is the daughter of Mr.) & phy. We decided to bring up the Project Chairman, Ulilan, Riley
and ,
-C bases and coming up with different One who would be.succfeful the of his son is the greatest.and grandest Mrs. Preston Stormant I matter to our erent"clubs about Reporter, t' j1
'f answers When we added, 6 ,and 5. In the field of mathematics' rnust Day Program according to W., W the world has, ever known. 11 l There Were about twenty Wends t : also The business was a dlacusalonon .
000Ve will
Brown 4-H Cub leader having County
TWsrls':perhaps the most novel become familiar, learn and undel'loatalld state John 4:40.: But love must not be and cousins to help her celebrate. !, a the annual and of the volunteer
i and exciting development its language which is rather County agents are planning the one sided God loves map and man Her cake was white with pink 4 have the 4-11 banquet. The meetingwas work: '
I I I Hospital
,,] con-,precise and exact. district programs which will culminate must,also Jove God if he Is to be ,yellow flowers; and the face/ of .a' adjourned. Ulilan Riley,T
:-1.. "', noted with the One interesting feature of the in the state event May 1-2 well pleasing in his sfght Our love little girl was on top. I Reporter, Wade Murphy Reporter ._---- .-.-.-. .
f of Florida In ------------------------ -'yYyreYVY'jEcI4L
1 so called new new math program .is that of the at the University for God however, grows out of.and I ---.--.- --
the mother with the refreshments
11 ){: <''math program.I additional Interest being devotedto Gainesville. is in respond to his love for us. Assisting
&}M{ |Except for theAfW sets. Now' *,'set. (group of, related Some of the activities scheduledfor "We love. him because he first were .Miss Sandra Stor. ]i-
novelty and 'mental or unrefa>d things. We might the State events Day include loved us..l.Thhn 1:19.: But what mant the honoree sister'and Miss

discipline of take an ordinary class.room as an dairy, vegetable end poultry judg; does it mean for man'to love God? ,Barbara Register .o( Lake City; .
I operating In the, example., Now: all the girls, In ,the log; public speaking ;and cooper. Mans love. ,for God cannot be Hiss .Register is Katrlna's.cousin. 'I "
(different bases class would constitute. a set of girls tive demonstration. Team and in- measured by human standards. :
,T-W mm* *- this will perhaps I('in the class, all of the boys would ividual winners from both coun- Love between humans is on an I lie said "He that hath my com
be the least used of all features of I I constItUte a set of boys in the class, ties and ,districts will compete in even plane. It is the Same kind. But 'mandments, and keepeth them, : ANNIVERSARY
the new math program.. However, done or more teachers would constlItute the state event.Representatives, this ,.is not true of God and man. he it is that loveth me." John 14 :
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it is a phase that we will want to a set of teachers for the class; of boys and They are on vastly different planes 21, and 'He that loveth me not I I :
know about and understand.J J'all the boys and girls would constitute -girls State 4-H Council will meet For my thoughts are not your keepeth not my sayings" John 14: :
One of,the basic features of the I a set of pupils in the class; the during the state competition. thoughts neither are your ways 24. '
'new.math ,Js to be found in its purpose ,pupils and teachers: would constitute my ways saith the: Lord. For asthe To love God then 'is dearly : SALEof r
of directing the student to dis' a set of people in the class; the --- heavens are higher than the aught through the pages'of inspiration I
cover'and toundcrstandth4'wvhy'sof desks would constitute' a set of upils in ,the room. ,By the same earth so are my ,ways higher than as something which will :
mathematics as well RS to under desks?; Everything in the room I Including token all 700 pound teachers would your ways and jmy thoughts higher motivate man to obedience to:his I
'stand the mechanics and ',the:"how} bit ,animate. and Inamin- also constitute a set of teachers for than your thoughts'S; Iia 5589.: divine will. Love for God'wfll cause :
of mathematics. All too often we ate.objecta'would' constitute> tet How then could IMman standardsdetermineJove '.)
have moncentrated: mechanicsand of things for the tDOm/bAT part of dds' class; tnu too m all lkelltoodwould .",for: God It is obi :man to believe: and trust in his I .... I J1'J"' ; j;. If:
the,"how" of mathematics tq a set is a sob'set of Jfti;given set,, o constitute a nempty set. vious!''J the r cannot.: .word and render obedience without .t.'t..t' ). j't' ; :e ; ... A, .1 ::Srft r.JII"'trr'. ,1
the neglect and 'detriment of"why" the "Thus the number of boys Is a sub When a thing' named is mla.tngtrom' One cannot: : lmow% his' feeling reservation or doubt 'as to what 'FARMERS ''MUTUALEXCHANGE
\ a set it becomes an I empty the,world think of us forn:eo> :
You may have found that I" of the roonvandottMisetof: : that he v loves CodA: person may may .
with your own children that they In the;class.:All'the ;J.4 year let or empty sub set. These' are. think he actually loves God when doing. \
could do page after page of.ordinary old glclats'a,. sub set of thvtptalnumber far fetched illustrations of the in reality he does not. Listen to the I One refuses to believe, repent \:7:
drill work and exanrpreabut give of girls';' of the pupDs and empty set but they do convey the apostle John "If a man ay, I love confess Christ ,and be baptized
them one or two reading problem; and .of I the roonV'Thdifferentilzed : Idea' of the empty set. The further God; and hateth his brother, fie is into Christ for the remission, of sins
and they were 'completely lost I desks Would constitute a subset we fro in the field :ot mathematicsthe a liar." 1 John 4:20.Feeling! alone (I does not love God, though they may ......... .......... LIVE OAK, FLORIDA\ .
of the number of desks: Important the conceptof are the ,standard which .;...--- ,
This Is due to one or two possible more wrong by beat,their chests and affirm loudly"oh :
reasons,..In the,first place thee. Endless examples of this sort the 'empty set becomes. to gauge one s relationship to God. I how I love the Lord" Paul j
students I may be having trouble I' could gd on', All the;100 yean old The relation of sets.and sub) sets ..Prior to his conversion. Saul ofTan' says the thing which avails, la a '
with reading in general and in th$ pupils would flso constitute a, set can be ,well shown by the use of later' to become the'Apostle faith,, which worketh ,by love..GalS % ./
second place they may not be able I lot pupils for this class room. This the Venn.Diagram,_.A..complete or 'aul felt that, he wait: 'serving God :6. Almost an entire chapter of ;)0 :
to understand" the language of math. 'In all probability;: .would be an closed set of things is illustrated by becauSe of his'love for him when'!divine writ is devoted! to showing .
,eonatlcs., : : I npty set because there wouldn't a i circle. Smaller circles within'the In reality he Was persecuting: Chr- how many who have passed .on ql; 'j'
Mathematics.,doea have Very likely be any 100 year old st.,Had he relied oh his feelings to jw"Lt89 ttr wMlififD
ala'lP1.,1 would Illustrate subset
r !I larger circle determine from this world showed their love
whether he
loved God he l
; of the larger'set and In God read and understand Cash' DiscountV"
---.- -\- -i---: ;. '.j.l-. ''')l Ii never would have: been converted faith :
Oftentimes a person or an ob- from)''the; error'of'hia"ways.; He the eleventh chapter of the ..
AERMQTORSJBMERSIgLES\ : Ject might, belong to two or more thought he1 'loved GoQ but, he was\book of Hebrews Look up these *, It: yt r* s eroott- "". ri bola xj *' ..' gel'' '1 11/.1'/ < o sets "at the same ,Vine! This can be serving ''the cause.>of Satan. Acts references and study them delig-
On all imported wire
Illustrated by.the Venn diagram) In 26:9-11. Acts 23:1, ently. Matt 2818-20: Heb. Iff: ,' products except
Call. Dick Davis.rojrprices.on.any,type which the' circles Intersect each ;There Is 'only J one true standard John 8:24: Luke 13.3: Acts 1T30-' -x i llnfa'Irr' <> at t sas, ,f.r I

DEEPFROM A"' TO 4lP 'w other throwing a section of one clrle fly> which man's; love for God can 31, Romans 10. 9-17 'Matt. '10.32. .January,.6.. -.Jebruaty: 1! .
el Into a portion of another... be measured. John. 'said, "For this Acts 2.38: Acts. 22:16. IPeter 3- .'f "

Will Drill by the foot or will Contract "The Venn diagram does not neces. is the love of God that we keep his. 20,- 21,Romans; 6: 3-6, Romans 6: i 'HCiURE.YOUR NEEDS FOR 1964;
sadly have to be Dlustraed by a : commandments." 1 John 5:3, again 1.18. Acts 2:- 41-47 Col. 1:13-14,
ircle'' or circles it might be "But whoso keepeth his word. in e PAY FOR-IT'NOW
; Gal 3:3.26-27 Ephesians 4:1-6. Eph. ;

Davis Well Drilling' Co. shown,or by"a some square other, rectangle figure., The triangle : fected.tint?verCy 1 John Is the 25.love of God per- 16 1:22-23::16. A'Col friendly 1:18: Mat.'welcome''16;:18 awaits Rom. ...PICK IT UP AS YOU NEED, IT;' _

value of,the Venn diagram lies in The one who.keeps God's commandments you at the Oak Grove Church of AND;TAKE ,ADVANTAGE. THIS
Its portrayal of immediate and clear ,loves him. The one who Christ: of .
Eager Road Valdosta Ga. place assembly, SPECIAitiONCE'; A YEAR OFFER!
'relationships betweenan retu.ea or neglects, to keep his
cut existing commandments does not love him.1 Kenneth E. Thomas ... ..;; ::;; ; : ; ;;})...
CH. 2-5084, Day or CH 2-5289 Night, Collect object and the sets to which it .. -..:w.&rJ. ..- .. J-gJ. : .J:"' g.t'_" .r _
may belong and the relations be -- -
tween different sets and sub sets. \ '
j I'!,}Y,' '-::2 .Mr.fRot't; : : f JUp t3 this time much of This has f'l".i Ht _
been left for the later years of .f;>, .1..
6"WeU ,-,3.00perfoot l lathemattcal ,tratntna,,1f'Ww',much ,," .. '\ ,"ry ; ,
: fl i- I""d" 'q" <,;' ** / ...'. ...
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S" Well 2.50>> foot plus casing ,
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per the junior high, and. ,elementary.. :!: : p .:. "
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10". Well -3.50 per foot plus casing f < ::0 1 ; ', Kr
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STUMP\ _BROS. I conceive how any rational being ". Rt tt t i

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over others, but rather in the abuse \
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power. Power of sorts. ,over r
others in varying degree is commonplace t
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and accepted. It is ,'.
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agencies: and is apparent ,

in employer-employee relationships .,. t.i t., ..,

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Laminated Plastic Counter Top;J 39 .veiypuff tastes as fresh. ps the first put ',lhat' because only Montclair puts f ',':" '.

Sq.. Ft . . . . . . 0 : Florida '. hoi where it cannot burn-in a modern activated-charcoal filter. So only TVf Dtciair{ 'fim] 0 in x"'i" .?;..

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;lJe 1A ;2ct t} .. ENGAGEMENTS'PRJVKTTE MADISON HILL GRADUATES .
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It th.' UNITYr, th. COMMUNITY
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1 Published Every Friday 90-0 RS (IJ" Madison O. IliJJ. 'aviation anti- 1 that, GETS tin/ JO'B DONE 'r
;' .. ; Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida submarine warfarer- technician airman _
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43.00,i in HwiiltonCounty -. $4.00 P tJ {OEt io niTelephone '(Continued from Page 8)) Dec. 18 from Aviation Anti- S -

-TQ M'?" Orda" 'of Thank.V..1&'=<3Ycamore; Ji?; frosa Submarine'School atthejyavaVAlr-warfare-' Technicians Technical _i: )Ii:: : -A ;

'U3 1"'f 1;, .. ., ,;. a gathered tiara of antique whit.\ Training center Memphis Tern.
'I',-M r.'an d Mrs. Robert Ehlert7EditSr: aid lPftfc&hJASPER ; 1a Matching shoes completed the bridal r
( r: : >t y The six-week course included Mf ** 3Days
costume Miss Senn carried a instruction
in airborne
F. F. A. PRESIDENT: 7ASPER: "C" TEAM WINS TWO white Bible with an arrangementof 'HE equipment, s0n01Qy'I')1J8 antisubmarine ONLY ONLY,
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ENTER TOP CONTEST. white mums.
Everal Allen, president of the BASKETBALL,GAMES IN A ROW I' terns, operational tactics princlp.

,, future Jasper, F..F. A. Chapter is 'a busy The Jasper "'C' Team boys- won Senn For chose her daughter's a dress ot wedding'dustylvee Mrs. lea transmitter of frequency and receiver modulation trouble and Yon H. Priest Co. IncHEt
this
A senior
former )'eav'1 i the last two they played in
games shooting. 'f"
; at High School fl old brocade with matching .accessories
Jasper year the school the Parkview
gym defeating Before entering the In
Navy
}p' Allen Is,almod carrying out all of A corsage: of white mums' complemented
-team from Lake '
the
City by
I February 1963 Hill attended Florida
her
the work on ,hU $500 acre farm. attire.
of 31
1
score to and a team from State
University.:
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though part of it is leased out.Everal' Madison by,the score of 31 to 6. "Mrs. McLeod wore a dress of Ice i
bOue
State Farmer degree application brocade with matching ac-:
Billy SappJt.J3obb Sapp,< John SENIOR CHATTER ,
mums.
: : stands a good chance d .
Sam
Sapp Micldler Bobby Polls,
being one of the top' in the" state. Following, the ceremony the
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We
Jimmy Andrews- Ronnie Famam are glad;to.'ay that the semester -
He is also the ', couple left for a wedding trip to
entering State Forestry ..
and Buddy McCall played on the tests are over for this semester.
I Contest. He has done a: tremendous Florida. The bride's traveling costume -
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.We
Jasper
hope'everyone passed
amount, of work.on his Jlnf! was her wedding dress and MORGAN
them. Ha|r. Ha! We play Lakelandand
forestry program this year. : Everyone S. invited to watch two its matching jacket 8J
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Some of the things be has doneIs games thli'Saturday.rnom.inc. 10 The couple is residing on Orange Mr. and Mrs. James 1:. Stormant win.Statenville this. weekend.. Hope -I.
killed 20 acres of scrub oaks and o'clock' as the,boys play two teamsFrom Street. of White Springs, announce the, engagement we
planning to kill 30 more acres. lie Lake City', with boys ranging of their daughter, Ruthie The Senior Class decided to present ,
eeo
minstrel in We'll hav
I In are from 9. through 11 playing a March.
will plant 80 Acres of pines and wfll Louise Privette' to Frank DamonMorgan. :
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gum 500 faces this, year. This wood- the tint game The February 7 meeting of the ,som of Mr. and Mrs. DeanC. further details later. Everyone was
Jasper Woman's Cub is creating glad; to receive their'name cards.trortl 1
land consists of 160 acres of pines Morgan, ;also of White Springs '
and he plans to cut 100 cords of much Interest. It is the Social Relations The brkJ .elect' graduated They were very pretty. ,

hardwood himself.,The members of committee in:charge.-with I Columbia ;Hi h ,School, Lake City Reporter ... 't r ,"
the Jasper Mrs. Clinton Mitchell chairman. .and is presently employed by .
Chapter are backing = I f
I Everal all the way.J. : And its a "Fashion Show chos-: Home Realty Corporation Lake JERRY JACKSON ELEM. ,t \I'''''''

1. Robinsin Reporter Inc one to represent the Jasper Club City SCHOOL P. T. A. TO :
1 at the district meeting'which,also I The prospective bridegroom i is t
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will be In Jasper in March. I la graduate of White Springs High MEET MONDAY' NIGHTThe :

; There are several entrants for School and Js presently employed Lr
Pub-li.c.-.An-n..o-u-ncen1ent-s' Jerry Jackson Elementary BIG 11 14 PORTRAT t r
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still the time local for show.you However If interested.there Js'las Department an inspector,for the, State Road school win hold their monthly P. T, ;

A. Meeting on Monday night February -
The district winner goes to Jack J Plans for the wedding will be,announced
IV CIRCUIT COURT, t Q. CJRar ; COURT sonvUle In April'for the final contest at a later date. 3. 1964. at 7:30: p.m. ,I

CUIT.THIRD HAMILTON JUDICIAL COUN.CIR <'r1i1RD 7UIT, HAMILTON JUOICIA1. (COUN IR- The grand prize is a trip to This is a very Important meet. I II fl/f $00
TV FLORIDA.IN TT FLORIDA. Nassau for two at the local meet VALDOSTA) STATE COLLEGE ing with a lot of business on the I S reg.$

'LINDA PHItrOT. CHANCERY FRANKLIN IN CHANCERY Mt0ALL.PIalnNtt ) ing in Feb. there will be a prize for OFFERS SATURDAY COITWES agenda. ALL members are trgedto t .
.HOWARD :
the winner attend:this important meeting.
Plaintiff I I and as usual ,a door
Valdosta State is ..
- prize. College again -- ;
a. R. rniLroT, ARAII BRYAJV. MeCall. offering Saturday courses to meet PIus3SSHasfllaZIWnplsEtilrlt '
Defendant % Defendant For more information see Lois JERRY JACKSON
IN THH NAME AND BY THE AV IN THE NAME /- Curry" or Betty Jean Mitchell. the needs and interests of persons J) Photographer Will Et A*
FLORIDA'I'HORITY 0) THE STArE OF "i HOIIITY OF THE ETATEIOFA . ,who are unable to attend regular SCHOOL PLANS I II .

TO O. R. FHILPOT FLORIDA TOi,BAHAII BRYAX' MrCALL. week-day erases, Mrs. William M SCOUT PROGRAM j '.
: whose residence and addr... la. who*, residence and addreei to Mrs Ray Burnham of White 'Thomas, VSC registrar, annuoncedI I 'Van ,H. Priest Co. Inc I
Ulllnvton, North Carolina care of care o( Semis Style Salon Troy .: .
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I Norwood. Brick Cvrnpanji North' Carolina Springs a bride of Decemoer'was I I Registration for the Spring semelIter There will be an annual Scout ; I.
A sworn bill of Complaint h*". A sworn bill of Complain: hay the guest of honor at a Shower Jan will be held February 1. Program February 12,1964 at Jerry I 2 : : 1:
j you inf;been th. relief Pled' In therein this. Court'Quaht anUnut being Ids, been tile relief Pled' 'In therein this' Court.oucht agalnityou beln.. 11 In! White Springs. The hostesses courses will be offered dur- Jackson Junior High School. !t'' ,lQ a.rn. to p.m. pm: .to, 5.pni.:!:. I'
I divorce. You were Mrs.,Fred Hillhouse frig the spring semestel'Materlalsand The guest 'speaker on the'pro *
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required to nnnwer BM t.qai d)to answer and Mrs. 'i
I (" aid complaint. ea or be for. February'.' rrpra' 'Tin'or b.fore February Wilton Tbmlinson. I Methods of Teaching in the gram will be Mr. R Swell, Boy : I 11MJT-. Ont Per Sublet. Two Per Family' :
I 14. Ulfl i furntahlnr to C. A. Avrlett: 14. list;' ruraMhlnr to C. A. AvrleUl; ( ""r; '
Japer| Florida} Plaintiff. Attorney, Jasper; Florida: Plaintiff. Attorney, Special guests were the mothers ''Secondary School, O ldren'. Liter Scout Executive, Jacksonville Fla.: -a-- Each Additional Subject$3.95 : ,. t
'I 1 a. copy thereof; lee decree pro conww2U.b a copy thereof; ol.'decroe'-- Mls.liarry Davis and Mrs.4 Burn-I Iture ,and ,Survey of American His .
e entered against :' feaxo.wlll b. entered acalpat "A'-: : : '
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you you.I ham. The gusts lovely tory. **'' FOR Lot on S-j-vanne; ;: ;)
MY hand and th. otrl-" WITNESS MY hand and the official many; gifts fyau '
I vial o.al of this Conri at Jaaper coal of thin Court at Jaaper, were on display. The gift from the Classes will meet front 9 sent to River at Suwannee Spring-l. Rea.tunable. Those o. holding certificates. from Roberts of Daytona -
: A.Florida D, 1884.: this 10th day of January; Florid.! this 10th day of January,: hostesses were. pillows and an elec I 12:15: each Saturday beginning February Inqure Robert Ehlert. Real i
I THELMA LEWIS. A.D. 1884. THELMA LEWIS, trio iron. 1 through May 23. Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc will please come in for setting at no extra ,cost. .'
t \ Clerk of Cakes ., ,
Circuit CourtJaeper. Clerk of Circuit Court and coffee cokes '
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Jan. If HC Florida Ill;, Feb!. .tr 14I ':::. irt'lind'eb.: 7, 14t Mrs. Robert*S.*Sayre* of Panaces .}l11t) I .,.

I i is visiting Mrs. Lillian Rhodes for

,I several days. She is going soon to
visit her son Dr. Malcolm Sayre of

I Wachula. ,
\ )( : : : The other son David lives in '
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From: ., y!< .
... Christian ActionALKRT: >- ; Nti V "q sae>fJ"
,, It isn't the Car It's..The Driver .
f .. It ,
Isn't the
: car thatt begins to '
,r.'If _' whine,' When'forced to :: .
stop for an
old stop sign It's the driver! : .t <
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j \ And It isn't causes the car an that accident steps on trying the gas to" .. going to buy anew car ,

pass it's, the driver! <
It Isn't the car that takes adrink '
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j think Thenqulckly- Its 'the loses driver its power! to 'I "
71 "
5' in the 60
next
It Isn't the car that fails to heed, days :
The dangers of reckless' dlscourtesous :
,
a speed It's the driver! ,
A car maybe beat and twisted '.D..1. ,
.ti awry But it isn't the car that will
7r have to die Its the driver .
FORD "CAR'OF TIIEYEAR"AWARD : :
WINS MOWR.TKEND
Mrs. Nancy Wetherington has .. ." .
entered Lake Haven NUrsing Home
at Twin Lakes, Ga.. after
being dJS Motor Trend magazine's coveted "..r'of MatorTrend'sedkor '
tharged' 'from
'. Hospital on Wednesday Hamilton, She County, will the Year" award was won this year not by declared. ,
welcome visits from her Mends. I'' Just one ear but by the whole Ford: Bw-; The IuD story of

-- '-- 'S 5 Ford Fairlane,Falcon,and ThunderbW. bOWtIMotarTied '.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. McCall ,Mr.. Singled out for special tribute mi Ford's' editors analyzed and
.- ... .. and Mrs. Jimmy McCall and Mr. ualqm concept of total performance -blend evaluated the cars
\ and Mrs. Donald Smith and Donald of power and acceleration: handling balance can be found in the
Ray of Jacksonville were dinnerguests and cornering' ability, strong braking and February issue of
I..1 : : of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. tiniest durabl7kb-ss proved lncompeti T'I
; Conine Sunday. BOW FORD RACING BELTS victories from coast to coast. the full meaning of I

\, Af1 11 fl- I .. BRJNG YOU A BETTER CAR Motor,Trend's citation cuaJut.edthe: total, performance ,

I Most automotive engineers will tell you that (part Ford's racing program has played in the can be found at your Ford Dealer's!Stop In I i

the track is one of their most rallied testing development of total performance.;.''Raf es, and test-drive a 64 Ford Fairlane; Falcon :

,, t CARDSrOF laboratories. endurance runs spa racing cannot be or ThunderbinL See for yourself why Ford'; ..'
t\: ; Traditionals For example track competition fed directly duplicated .by any..other form of testing" earned the title "Car of the Year". S
\ to the following chances the Ftiiiane 289 ,.

THANKS V-8,engine: better block improved pistons, '

l f THE BEST SHIRT VALUED EVER P ,1.1 I AIRMAN [ roVaW improved bovalve train stronger connecting WlNNlfG ?' OIKiS SCORED 11I1963 MSCAKUICTJONJ) COMP (IT1011

; a yea sae .ee as 'NI wti er ar De
t SHIRTS HAVE THE LATEST QF FASHION, We want to thank our ,many Such improvements contribute: not only to pas sr "
friends and relatives who 10'iJ'ac.> Ford's winning track record, but also to the "yam: "' .
f. THE LATEST OF TAILORING. ,: THE LATEST iously showed us so much concern so. important to your rlrsrsrrg a '
'h with their many offers of help even every m.ur, ,
,::1 OF COLORING I I OXFORD STRIPES BATISTE the offer of car uses, during the s : ..
accident and period in the hospital FofdA Dealers offer wide selection 1' '.' -:: ; T
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Also .
STRIPES PLAIDS SOLIDS, PASTELS, "COUN. the kindness o fthe doctors and ... .
nurses In the hospital. The "Car of the Year" comes m 4 she and :

/ TRY SHADES.." ALL AIRMAN; ALL QUALITY May God bless everyone. Waunell I 44 models. And because of thk: di etty: ..
your Jtod Dealer also bas sa unosualry wide W'hyFor dDealersDiclare '64 "
AT.A PRICE ANYONE CAN AFFORD Walker and Mrs Delores Walker.Mra ] ,. '
variety of trade-ins calla used car lot "The Tear of the Test Drive"The '
Try him. '.
f .' .. Nancy. .Wetaerlortoa and .' 'Carol the Year award salutes Ford's .
Only : e.:f fi her family "Ufc to exprew their :. S5 ,, ,"{ r i If l! total performance. But the, term total .,'.
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$2:99" appreciation to Dr. buckler Dr. ..- -,.::::;n i performance is just words until you t i'B '.
Smith her special duty narsea and "'.asaew comptict Jasoncribs Fairlane '
:tr the ,.eatlre ..... Bew-efFord. Falcon,or Thunderbird
+ hospital staff for their tri ,
,
.. out on the road I
1 k .' Also kind anti for!the tender lovely rare flowers In her'1DDe, carda', .., 55 is L r..--, :-_-,' ;'f:: :! ',' TbNeearlartacl1aebaD&efromtheput .

visits and prayer from her Meads t. .. that you will recognise it immediately when
May God's love abide you drive them.. So come in. Take a Ustshow .
with each ,
eWe f ._ -> .
: 4" ::1 driva Ld 1M twye '
I"tIr A1..1aba,
roo. 1'beJ'D
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would like to take this oppor '64 Falrlan,family car,sport-car spirit The Sasd,lM64< StiiwrTorqu Ford that's totally new! .

tun1ty to thank our many trlends

,.':' ::: fl"" 'I'" er.for i the and kind sympathizing deeds beautiful flow BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CAR TRY TOTAL PERFORMANCE AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SMotor

Airing the death of curdsmother t ; : t ; J .
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and godmother r :: '
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.:' '" of you is our prayer. everyone :: Lewis 4': "

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.F M.EQR.SALE .11'7 Court" vahqates" '::& ',:: : ,:;... : : : CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I

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.. i f *"'! T ,:' I J3500. OtWrs pricetl"higher. 'Sec We now have 'a hog feed contract
522% ACRES Near Jennings Robert EMert or W. L Bryan, Reg' for hog producers. Come by and
.Real Estate Brokers. Ju
10% down, W/z per year Shoo Bond Issue SAVE-\- VE-8A- \'EI? program to you. Farmers Mutual

SVgal glass lined water beaten Exchange of Live Oak 362-1459 ;i

1O'/2 down, 10% per year $74 95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators J189- J31c ,

Judge Samuel Smith validated the Hamilton 93 w.t; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers USED ELECTRIC RANCES .1
: 3 ACRES TOBACCO County Bond Issueat $19995; 473 lb. Upright Freezers FOR '
,J' M a hearing held this Thursday .morning in Hamilton County Court $239.95; M7-lb., Upright Freezers $50.Sale.Mannings Good Radio condition. $40 and 1 j
Jasper "
Repair
lee. ,
.. -W.L. BRYAN house. A motion to dismiss the bond issue was filed by Attorney C. A. $39993; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost phone 792-4421 tie-
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Refrigerator with
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Avriett on behalf of Ben Bates, Clayton Bradshaw and Fred Christie ;
$249.95 '
w.t.
ROBERT EHLERT -- 792-6331 but was overruled by the judge. They have 20 days to appeal, before Manning's Radio 5-year Service warranty, call ,792-at Georgia. FrsteSUrron Plate Glass Co.Store ;

Registered, Real Estate Brokers the becomes final 4421. Jasper.. tfo _7
ruling : and irrevocable, according to F. B. Harrell, lt illveredTet

-o attorney for the school board. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY; CacJrMre. Shower j

The hearing is 1 al 'which if I In Live Oak. Florida.for all OS W. Savannah Ave. CJO5283FARMERS .
.1 ... a leg necessity at a judge determines the I II7 your
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matters pertaining to a bond issue and'\\that the bonds are properly is- !, rs. tfc .

i' .sued. He then rules that the bonds arefa valid and legal obligation of I REPAIRS: : **...- -. ''----"' I .
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re r. n'Un' bidder that offers the lowest interest rate, usually gets the bonds. A radio. Also Small appliance Man to fit your needs. Loans cost. Terms up to "

\ recent bond issue in Jacksonville sold for'a little le'si'diaJ'\' three, 4421 nings Radio ,Service,. Jasper' 792tfc' I 7 years. Can North Florida Production l
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I BURNHAM NEWS I Jt'ami/'on J11 ntor".1I I week. Call Margaret Register 1 Acre for sale near Jasper. All

:1 By LOIS ZIPPERER ,792-2671. ....... ........ .. ,. ,.1TP cleared and fenced. Only 1000.
( BURNRAM IIOME DEMONSTRATION Jsplt"IJ1f..sI i OIITUAMEl I -- FOR RENT-"'""'"- See W. L. Bryan 792-2985. or Jtob-

l 1 CLUB MEETS I I J i 4-room Apt. furnished with rlvate I ? crt Ehlert T9&4491. Reg. Broker tin

The Burnham Home DemonstratIon { bath. Call Mrs. John Taylor Itc ..FOR SALE
Club met with Mrs. Ralph Cunningham T 58 BIscayne Chevrolet Standard
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$ at 2:30 p. m, Mrs. Joe Howell Prea I I- In good good tires, radio and heater. ,
!Ident presiding.The devotional was xr/ JOHN RILEY. ALLEN 'iworking order. The. Jasper Nevi Phone 792-4700 Feb. 7 P
given by Mrs. Cunningham follow I > John Riley Allen, '51, former resident 1 .
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) CALVARY: ItlPTIST CHUHCH ed with prayer. PATIENTS IX HOSPITAL NOW of Hamilton County died'In I LEIUTEVANT: MCCABE c.--o- This '
.BAPTIST CHURCH Winter Haven system, now Ir) use in over
Jan. 26.
Jasper Mrs. White gave a demonstration Charlie PorterA. Sunday RECEIVES: : AWARD" '
Rev. 'Vernon Blackburn pastor r cleaning rugs and uphohtry A. G. Lawson Survivors are three sisters Mrs. 'I 200 of the Navy's fleet units, is an
droday.School ...._.... 10:00 a.m. Pastor: Rev; Fred Herring easy way. This Is not expensive Russell Rhoden Nellie Fennell. Lake Wales. Mrs. ( Lieutenant Commander Billy E. effective tool for planning, schedule,
Morning Service( _... 11:00 a.m.TraiDlnl' Sunday School .........10:00: a.m. but Is beneficial. Delicious refreshments Hal Holton .... Fannie Waters. Savannah. & Mrs. ,of McCabe the was awarded the Secretary ing and controlling routine preventive .
Union -,- 640 Morn Service .......... 11:00 a.m. were served by the hostess. WUma Tomlinson MUbra Rogers, Ft. Pierce Fla.; Navy Commendation for Achievement (,I maintenance work for the ships
Award of the
Evening Worship '?_,, 7:30 one brother, Ivey Allen Lake Alfred one highest
Training Union .......... 6:30 Mrs Louise Scat time awards The is
MId.eek. Prayer Service every pm Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wheeler I Mrs. Hart Fla.Funeral. peace available by system now being expand
Wednesday at.!30 p.m. Evening Service ........ 7:30 pm. pent several days last week In Mrs. Max Agnes Johns I services were held Wednesday of Rear the Admiral staff. Cfciet W.of!f.NaVal Baumberger ed for use by all ships and aircraftmanagement

JASPER FIRST D1ETBODIST"The Prayer Meeting Wed.. ',.. '{:30 p.m. Tampa. vtvslting Mrs. Wheeler's Walter Pierce C 10.30: A. M. in the Corinth ons. Lieutenant Commander Operat-McCabe throughout the U. S.

Friendly Chorch.N. ,...-,.-- .brother. Mr. Carswell. Deas. Cisie Mae White C 'I Baptist Church. The Rev. I. T. was commended for his ".conI ,' NavyIn
E. BOOTH Pastor )AK GROVE rnmtcu OFCHRBT James Coleman C Carter officiated. Ray Burnett tribution toward devising and im
ORDER'OF SERVICE!: Between Mrs. Aaron Hogan of White PATIENTS DISCHARGED Hubert Burnett Rev. 1. T. Carter I making the presentation on be
Sunday School.. ... 9:45 a.m. Jasper highway and 41 Jenningson Springs spent last Friday with her Leo Oser .I accompanied by Miss Barbara Jo Maintenance half of the Secretary,of the Navy
Warning Worship M 11:00 a.m. brother In law and sister Mr. and fan Curry C I Henderson sang two songs. Pall i Rear Admiral Walter H. Baumber
Sunday Morn.
Everyon *e Invited Bible Study 10 toll Mrs. Joe Sullivan. Mrs. Ann Malpas I bearers were: Harlon Burnham, __. gee, Director of Ships Material
Worship Service ........
SERVICES 11 to 12 . 'Sherman
EVENING Hattie Wright C Burnham, Wilson Herring, lie Readiness Division of the Chief of
Hicks and Roscoe Bennett.
___ 6:00 :Sunday evening! Service ...... 7:13 Mr. Bill Burnham of I Sidney Cbmbass, Naval
Leon 'This
Junior Fellowship : p.m. Washington .Mrs. Henry Law Green J. i I Interment was !in Sassers Landing Operations said man
_ Jr.High Fellowship .. ::00pm. Wed.Phone Evening WE8-2091 Bible Study .. 1:00: Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.:''Hallam CiT ''tors. Katie Fletcher I,W. Skeen and Curtis Morgan. Cemetery. Harry T. Reid Funeral Is so honored because his achievement
Youth Fellowship .._ S:CO pjn. breath and children of Jacksonville Jimmy darldy C Interment was in Antioch Cemetery t Home was In charier clearly excelis that required a
Worship Service. 7:60 p.m. FIRST CHURCH spent the weekend with their mot Mrs. Cora McCracken Harry T Reid Funeral Home I of him by the Navy Is an outstanding -
Youth Social hoar ... SHOO p.m. Sayer Canon Pastor. her and Grandmother. J. S. Mrs Mary Cox: '* I was In charge of local arrange HOUJS D. McG'IJ1.I-.000H I contribution to the men and

Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15: p.m Sunday School at ..._....,_ ':41 Burnham. ![Janle Gandy C ments. I I Mr. llollls D. McCullough age forces of our Navy and shows complete

is iii LPRIMl1lVi- PTIST Morning. Worship ...__ J 1:111) a.m Charles VInce Sddham '_ I ,28 of Tallahassee died Tuesday devotion and unselfishness to
Training Union ........ 6:43 p.m. Mr' and Mrs. Brandis |Paul Hunter 'I JAMES B. MeGAULEY night In Tallahasee Hospital after duty".
Bible' Study at tfi i.m each. SaL Evening. Worship .t..........8:00, : and children were up from Ocala;,Mrs. Nancy Wetheringtort James B. McCauley 46. residentof i an illness of one year. He was a
Church $ervic.' U:.La. 7-p.m.- Prayer Services Wednesday pending some time with their per-Births }tJBaby Jennings died Saturday night native of Madison County and"* The Secretary of Navy Commendation -
4 Sundays each Month ''I *. IJ80 Pm ents and rcr[ndparents.Mr. and girls born;)tojfanie and i Jan., 25, at his home In-Jennings. member of-the macidonia Baptist Achievement Is,rather \ftque. -, I
PBYE 1:Cle p...% .wuclh.Suda7 V+-. totJASPER CHURCHloP:; v. Mrs.."' Gordon"'Alderman'ovver the Gandy named Sonya Lorraine I I I Survivors are his 'mother, Mrs Church. He was /employed$with .In that It Is presented only(. to

J' Elder L., M. DeVane pastor GLENN PREDGEN Pastor COD weekend. Jan. 27. 196C Dacle McCauley Two sister Burroughs of Tallahassee for,four enlisted ,.men and officers below
I I the rank of Oxnmu r. Only 108of
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School _. 10)00 i Mrs. John Henry Hill and Mrs. yean. K-,"" .
: ? ; a.m Alfred Johnson spent a short -- -- these e commendations were awarded -
CHURCH SERVICE Morning Worship ,. 11K>0 a.m I Clifford Dowda, all of Jennlng Survivors; Include his wife, Mrs.
The! Rev. William W, Van Zant HI( Evening Worship _'r- 7:09 p.m while with his parents Mr. & Mrs. I Shelton Wynn. Her son Azel of Jacksonville Three brothers., Edgar McGauley,I Gertrude Caston McCuHough/: ids last year.

Sunday 8cho l__. _...*:45, a. m. I I Wednesday I Anson Alfred is Johnson in the Navl'anrJ over the1 weekend stationed, I I came for her Sunday after Lake Park Ga, Charlie McCauley, mother, Mrs. Ivey McCullough; According to:the citation accompanying -

Services .'......,.. .. .... "* i I Prayer Meeting __.,. 1M' >.... I at Norfork Virginia. noon. .\. ,|Jennings and Haitsford McGauley four sisters and one brother, and the aW.rd..the Planned
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JASPER'ADVSNT ... Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward Hamilton Monday.3:00 P. M?!ln the CennlngsMlssiojuvy son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Frank in furthering the ma-
CHRISTIANCHU1tCH BURNHAM CHRISTIAN : Mr. and Mrs. Billy Blair and,of San Antonio, Texas visited relatives -. : Baptht+tlru ch, the RevJ. Gaston of Jennings. terial readiness'of our Navy's ships
Re y. Travis Carter CHURCH chIldren and grandparents; Mr. & | "'in Hamilton County over the W. Tltsworth officiated. Miss'Ilin Funeral, services will be held and in effecting: manpower and
Sunday School .;.......... 10 a.m. Paul H. Stewart. Pastor Mrs. Otto Deal spent the weekend ,weekend. They went to Jacksonville Barbara Pearmair Miss Wessle Friday at 2.00: p.m. In Macidonia monetary savings.
Morning Service ........1100 a.m. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00): !la Jacksonville with their parents t I|and then to Ft. Pierce to visit more I. Wiley accompanied by Mrs. Billy(Baptist Church east of Madison.
Service .... 7:30 pm. and daughter Mr and Mrs. Pete relatives. Beck I Lieutenant Commander McCabe
Sunday Night Church Service Second and Fourth sang two songs: Beyond The,(Burial will follow in the church
Wednesday night: SUndays .................. 11:00 Blair and family.. .' I I[ Miss Mildred Shiver of White Sunset and How Beautiful Heaven cemetery with T J Beggs, Funeral Is now serving with the,Fleet work
Chclr Practice ...... 7:30 pm. CYF and Bible Study. Second and Springs spent Sunday at home with I(I Must Be. Pallbearers were: Pete Home In charge. !Study Group Atlanta Norfolk Virginia. .
Prayer Service ......_8:00 pm.I I Fourth Sunday nights.. |...|8:30 Mrs. Clifford Hewittand,, left daughr.jGlenda last'- !her parents Mr .and ., Isaac Cunningham, Johnnie Butler, Wll- Rev. C .W. Rogers of Jennings Mrs. McCabe .It the former
of Jennings1
,,Shiver. / Mrs dardy of Jasper.Ne&rWe .
mer Shiver. Raymond Lewis, Wil- Methodist will*assist yrihe serviceIMUyVMAMWWMAMIMMJMMIMMI Marcella
DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH JENNINGS METHODIST week to make their home In Atlanta ( .
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Trulett M. Comer. 'Enter Rest Pray"" Mr. Hewitt was already there andthe I -
10:00: ajn ........ Sundayschool Pastor: Charles W.'Rogers, Sr. ywent to Join him. We allhated '
11:00: a.m. ......:.MOrntnc. Worship Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. loses them leave.. I :
6:00 p.m. ...........::..' B. T. U, Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. .
7:00 p-ra. ...... 'Evening Worship Worship Services 2nd and 4th Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leutner A are-now
children of Macon I
Wednesday night Prayer Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m spent Saturday
Meeting __:..... 7:80: >.Jl1. night and Sunday with their parents
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan.
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WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Rev. N..M. Rowell.'pastor .
Sunday School ........... 10:00 LIII. Sup Y.PJ5.- Sunday r;:.-wi; 530. : pjn. 10:30: a.m. ,. ton,-t South :Carolina .Is spending { Wilkinson Sword
Prayer MeeUngfThnn.... 70 P.m Pteaehing'1130 a.m. A 7:30 p.m several days with" her grandfatherand ." '
Trainlnr' Union .. _...... 6:30 | si Uncle' and Aunt Mr. J. J. featuring /.
WHITE SPRINGS CHURCH-- Prayer Meeting; on Wednesday at Zipperer; Sr,, and Mr and Mrs.. Garden Tools .
FIRST BAPTWC ..7.30P.M.MISSIONARY: .
I __ J..T ZIpperer.
Pastor
Rer. C. E. Bailey, -- i
Sunny Scfcool _... 10:00: a.m.KomIDl' BAPTIST
... ..'11:00 a.m. Mrs. Jessie Wynn Winter Haven '
Service .
Training Union ____... 7:00: p.m. i Nathan J..I.Wooley... Florida'Pastor spent Saturday' and Sunday You've never seen or handled Garden Tools like These .
Evening Services 8:00 PJ.. I with her brother and sUter-ln-Jaw, -
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. I Sunday School ..-___ 10K 00> a.m. Mr and Mrs., Melvin Selph. Mrs. :
(Each Sunday) Wynn has Just returned from TaBa- '
FIRST CHURCH Preaching Service Each' Sunday at basses where she spent several': NOTCHED SHEAR. Special pruning notch makes EDGING SHEAR. Gets'lawn edges neat with effortless
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard 11:00 a. m, sod 7:80 p. ...
l panda) School '_-. 10:00: a.m. Prayer .Meeting1' Each Wednesday days with her son, Mr. and Mrs. ;,I II his a versatile shear/ Perfect balance.. and floating, action. Light tubular steel handles, floating
r (A class for every age growWorship at 7:30 p.m. I! : "
Service 11:00 ara.TOR'hSiPSCHEbffiP1".. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH bearing make'ff'easy to use. Hollow ground blades bearing and hollow forged blades assures operationfor
Youth J. WI| Tittsworth, Pastor .,: ,
Sunday at Sunday School .._.._ 10:00 a.m supurb cuttingaction, and long life. ,.r"";;and long life.
White Springs every
Homing Worship -? 11:00: a.m Q"V .
. Swift Creek 11:00 each 8.W.Third,Sundayat training Union _.. .6:8: p.m. Ii IiI

8:00: p.m. Evening 7:))0-Prayer Worship meeting.__:.7:30: p.m. WORD; SHEAR: general. purpose, shear with. LAWN. SHEAR'Where' the mower can't reach, this

FIRST STATENVILLE.METHOblST GEORGIA:, CHURCH GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF r I hollow ground blades assures ease of cutting and tool can-and without stooping or crawling along.

Allen Brooker. Pastor COD I long life. Perfect balance Floating bearing. Hand-
Sunday School ,...-.._. 10.00: > aja. Rev. Earl fleas EDGING KNIFE. No effort, no stooping for perfect
Worship Service 2nd and 4th Sunday School ______ 10:00: a.m. beechwood handles
Sundays __..---- 11:00 ajn.Jr. Morning Worship ..__ 11 tfO a.m some sturdy I
and line edges in lawn
straight t garden.
and Sr. MYF, Each; Sunday at Wednesday Night __ 730 pra curves or
'7:00 P.m. Prayer Service '4- .
Prayer Meetinr Each Thursday at Y. P. E Friday Night 1:10 LADIES''SHEAR pesigned to make gardening a SWOE. This remarkable versatile tool does more
8:00 tJa.HYP -

Social! Hour Each- Thursday' -- JENNINGS CHURCH ASSEMBLY. Op"cOD' pleasure for the lady, of the house.. Its light weight jobs than a hoe ever did-and it's fun to use. This

SUWAKNEE THE NAZARENE CHURCH OF Sunday School 10:00) each a. m.{Sunday' -at ors perfect balance ,and hollow ground blades make cutting 3 sided blade weeds, cultivates, draws seed drills,

Bert Tech E.Florida Wheeler Services Each and evening Sunday nomine ftlfckEB Ayetw./type, e. say abe effortless. Easy to grip beechwood, handles; l levels beds, whip grass ,etc. ...

Sunday School ........ 10.OO) A-M- STAMP tram the /
Old time Gospel Sing last Friday
Preachlng Service ........UOO A.P.U.)(. each month .......*,...: 8, pal .; t e !1.] M se skis e.ryNI. .
Evemg.Wednesday- -Praye.- Meet 7:3.: FIRST STATENVILLE BAPTIST-CHURCH GEORGIA 9TUIPS. ..lljr ruuedly HUBBinUBBZH sad 1.111 Nyave COME AND SEE THESE AT: .!. Blades. 4:*'tf' 1.i; 4 :. ;.;,;.;, 'rf '.

CORINTH MISSIONARY D. W. Kannoa, Pastor y..r y4- :,s
BAPTIST CHURCH (Services Each Sunday) 'Fester e.nc. tt "
Rev P. M. Allen. Pastor Sunday School ..-*....... 10:))0 sum ee psi..e fee'ecw.Ut '<
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10:00 a.mv -Sunday School tfornu>ir (except fifth Sunday) Training Union _. _...1:30 pjr. I.. c d sees Roberts' HardwareLIVE
11:00: -Morning Service Prayer Service. Wednesday'- at 2TAIQedrslaw : .
6:00: pjn-_-Training Union TaO' pm. I L yse SMf hays.Ve ah*
7:00: p.m.-Evening ServicePrayer at 1:00..111. b.. e u44 MhMtiMs ee* II II _
meeting Wed. at 7.-QO p.m. WHITE SPIUJCCSCONcaECATJOlfAL MARRING DKYICU f*e
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WHITE SPRINGS 8.! ftcaeel sad Suaday.1900 au ..
Rev WOHara Van Zant ICC I Pnachtag eervke every W sad4th
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