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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: February 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
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Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
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.. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1964 VOLUME 94, .

I :HAMILTON COUNTY. JASPERS FLORIDA. -.--

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Lounge 7.30 en In and for Hamilton County"
AM business men aid players are Florida met today in regular session .

urged to attend this meeting.A and the following members

cordial welcccnw la extendedto were present: Guy McGhln Giver .

all Jennings playeis.Methois Wheeler. Jack Vlnson. Lawton Mc-. t
'... i Culley and Aaron ]Hogan, and the
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John Dedge following business was transacted: t Ij, '
st Youth i i ,Ann' To PresbyteriansTo I 1964
j h 1i,f-phi Malpas The minutes of January 11.
!i tee gMopthlyTMeeting '" RevivalThe For Councilman was read by the Clerk and approved '
r Hold I by the Board as read by the
TcjTallahassee ,. : For 'eltelection by.1
Journey I Rack ; |
r' ; < : Era: ,Having served or. he Council prs Clerk.

ST) Rev. Edwin N.e7 viously, I am well aware of the The following amendment was
SuteSenatbr
Cjty. council To: theHlttzens of Hamilton minister of the Presbyterian Churches teamwork that Is required to perform mad. by< the Board:
; ,, *. -.. *' ; of the City Council By Mr. Vbison: : I move, for the
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Junior and Senior High ,- ..?.?! o.mtrj') f f.I at DeattyvlHe ,and St. Helens, the duties
High the the action -
Methodist The Youth Fellowship ofFirst The Q&Cotntciof Jasper Fla, will bs\] 'candidate for the I Kentucky: will conduct Revival to the best Interest of the City andpeople purpose of! the of Board clarifying that the portion

Methodist Church. Jasper will met !in regular session. Monday evenlng 'office ot Supervisor of Regbtratlorsubject services February 23 through 27 ., rf the minute of the Board of
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1964
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February I vitally
to St. Paul Methodist fte Democratic,Primaries The services begin on Sunday evening am Ccx'ntv Commissioners on January
travel ever of to
Hall of the City of City, \
our
Qty welfare
IT'the
M. each economy and recorded .In County Commissioners
'Tallahassee to tthe District and. will start at 7.30 3, 1964. as
Church. Jasper with the following present: In MayaIL 'and I assure you that If I am Minute Book 13, page :
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,Wide Youth Rally. Mayor' C. E Coifttoy;. '\ .baa been an honor and privilege night elected to this Important office. I 406. which reads' ) a< follows

This year's Rally will begin"at man James Dunaway, rnurct\-I I serving, as your Supervisor Mr. Grigaby: a native of liaised, 'win work diligently with my fellow "Motion was made by Mr. Vlnson

3:00: p.m. and feature the three top man Dr. Wade Norris: & j of Reguft 1ion'in the! past, and for I Kentucky, graduated from Mary. [ councllmer: ,and all _the city employees to appoint Mr Drurv pc County 1\\

youth speakers ot the"Speak Up Tom Owens: Attorney F B. Harrell, Tardi'eachand & vUle College Maryvtlle, Tern.\ In I in &n effort to continue to Attorney for the year 1964. said

for ,Your Ralth" emphasis. Miss City Manager Robert Flsk: Mr, C. tnl.fhonorr.l sincerely. : 1956.: andfrom Louisville Presby I further e improvements to motion was .J'roI'lde1 by Mr. Mcrulley -

Pat Jferold. Mlccosukee Methodist D. Barker; Mr Joe Jolly' Jr. everyone terian Seminary In 1969. Mr. Grig' promote and said MOtion+ wa urumi-

Church will represent the Eastern Hugo. Marx ft Company, Birm'nham ,! I : ,I'earnest )}* solicit your vote and Iby Is married and has three child- our city.I Imous and W. A. Drury was appointed
Alabama Mr. Stark Perry; interested tn street Improvement for the year
:
Area Mr. Ed Berry forth-coming: pri.nary'ixdlt am as County Attorney
Tallahassee ipport
:
blithe!
Birmingham Ala., and Mrs. Bertha In keeping ,our city clean I
Trinity Methodist: Church .Tallahas Class elected promise:to iron.The In I 1964.
Civics pup- congregational singing
with ;
Register two health conditions, i
and attractive In : "fr. Vln
Capita City made by
see .will: represent the .LQUan Riley and Billy Morgan. I w'.the laws pertaining these special: services will be led 'Mbtton was
*, '_. YhoI., Patmore, Us., .. according I In both youth and adult recreation W. A. Drury as
""- son Mr.
and to appoint
Area f i iV : will Absent; Eugene \,;. Lang, ""Ul1&-' :, serreVttffl honor I ; efficiency. and by Mr. Alva WfUatord, a memberof in industry that will l employ all of Prose r...
Church | and County
Methodist +
Carrabelle l this otflo the Lee' Street Baptist Church! : i County: Attorney
Tallahassee to the men and women In our comun- Hamilton County
1 for
Western
represent the man.Mayor:Courtoy called the meeting Georgia. outing Attorney :
: Valdosta, '
Harr Sincerely Ity that need 301>>. for the 1984, said
Area,. to enter asking Attorney .If these Florida year
Y, F, will be Everyone Is,Invited to revival I appreciate all the existing business seconded by W. Me-
M.
The Monticello ell to open with prayer. >T AM C. Malpas motion was
part'of the Musical Program per ,The minutes of the previous meetIng 'Ji.l .- f services. establishments our community Culley and said motion was unanimous

Iormin as the Ilootenany. Rev: Tom were adopted! as presented upona and realize that It Is a loss and W A. Drury was appointed -

Kelsey Forest Hills Methodist motion by Councilman Dunaway. to our City I If one closes or moves as County Attorney and i

win, be the Boos;,with a second;by Councilman Nor- away from our community Prosecuting Attorney for
Church, Qodncy > County
I ris. Motion carried. of 1 N, ,J, f Jack) Bisphanv.''owner- 100 'jimari .4jo 'il bellevev in the'citizens being well the 1964 1
LeaderThe year
Featured Speaker will be Mir Stark Perry ol engineer;ta*::Soutn'> ,operator of, Bar-Jack, Farms on i-lJloJ"> Informed of the proceedings: of our Mr. Visors motion above a u_* .
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Engineers
Goodwin J .
Rev Paul Stewart. First Methodist Alabama\ and Mr. Joe Highway 90 west of Uve Oak announced !otF'i: ': believe happy' group emend the minutes was seconded:
Birmingham,
Church: Perry,;Mt;. Stewart spentlast' Jolly Jr. representing Hugo'Marx : Monday that he would seek U.S. GunBoat Sail Up of people working together will by Mr. Wheeler and carried unanimously

traveling around the A Company, Birmingham. Ala asa ,election to the ,Senate seat from t build .a better community. by the Board.
'year before the 17th Senatorial "District ofi each of to be sure made I.Iff Mr. Hogan
viewing' the Missionary Activity Fiscal Agent appeared the < I challenge you Motion was
world\ discussed the the Democratic' River Shelling vote in the seconded Mr. McCulley to approve
by
Church and Is noted as Council and further i P'JorIda.abject to Nassau you are qualified to
.pt the transmission and distribution of nat.'j primaries In May The 17th senatorial ':! City Election. Registration deadline the bond of Rv!"*ell Sate ,

a dynamic ,speaker.VllUe 'urai gas for the uty district. w comprised i of ouwannee Banksday 21st. ot this month) and go to White for convict guard In the "
the Janper Both \
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.. In Tallahassee Councilman i surety being
\ | A motion was made by Hamilton and Lafayette "W"ods Along March 3rd. and castyour' mount of 3100000
,
poles on
M. Y. F. wOl visit the Wesley Faun Dunaway that the City Manager ';, the Fireman's Fund Insurance, said
I.I is
dation of Florida State University conduct a thorough investigatlrn .'I] Counties Election- as senator I ''ballot. motion was unanimous and "said

I director has Marx Company &l'I.for.'a' tour year term.. I were as* I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR bond was approved. f
Austin Hallady, of Hupp of women
Rev. : of the South a* Bispham.operates l large dairyrtBcu r .Stttkr la a Aries a number i'van AND SUPPORT,. 0 1. Julian Wood appeared ,,be .f.
to come and seethe Goodwin Engineers 1 ; a the hotel; "They >
the
youth bear
Invited credibility of service, and If l.t H-i l depUHac Fl.rU. 100 lembltd fu11.nbm1tted.! fore the Board "M. .*..v+ ,a".Y
Methodist Church on the Cam to their .. I Mnellned' to''''welcome as DetensePrrc 1
byteC1vlI
? .. .gild were f' of the Civil ;,
jrecsJvti&JhjfeCity
is a. John Dedge report .
:'v" ,,;.,,. '"'lltr"'N11epe*Studeft*Itatre a 4 avoralWrepert' wffb, \ .AtiYOst;: rte C.Iia" became they' thought t.e would" t I "
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,_ enter into an Agreementthese. he War ti t .,tram activities of area. \, t _
where
been invited to stay for the- Supper .two firms to conduct II stir''from Sarasota.>County, *. .f:u...'FUkl4. Lftraryf .aM be, 'able. to prevent the spread Kenneth Tuten. Tax Assessor

and Evening Lecture Series. This vey to ascertain the feasibility Ot'was tam and reared. HI.t.rIcal) C.. ..I... of the dstraetiv element .1'I I '.Jea1iie" AuditionsSet met with the Board and gave an

week will feature a Roman Catholic : \Installing a natural gas system in.I He currently serving as sect 1 Edited by were nervous' and ftdjtey oral: report of his activities. In, regard
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evaluation of Contemporary The feasibility.lurVe' treasurer of Suwamee Valley to give us a of the"tax ".:
Saturday
priest and his the City of Jasper. I tary- DR.: BAiMJUEL PROCTOR managed For to the re-survey
be made at no cost to the and holds memberships in undertaken In his department t
Dairies
Catholicism ) to I University of. Florida polite reception and to assure I vocalists structure +
The Seniors and Juniors of Qtjv unless .or until a natural gas several area and: state dairy organ I 9-The Federal gunboat of their sympathy 'with the | Twenty talented young and stated that same
Feb.
a us dozen Florida
the City as 4Jr.oInlf
Jasper have been Invited to visit system is Installed' in Motion seconded Izatlons He Is a,, director of the I Para tailed 30 miles up the rebel cause b Their features J from more than a for would be completed sometime
Church M. \result of this nirvey. Florida Guernsey : and pinched asif'hw' cities and towns have qualified the month of October. of this
the St. Paul Methodist Councl. man Owens Motion Nassau RIver, today, shelling are sharpened 1, "'Jenanie With The
AIsoclation"I annual
J>y the 13th this
F'.. Their program include* em holds:'membenl I of t the' gaunt wolf famine had | year.
Y. sides
''carried.JThe ) the woods on both Light, Brown Hair" auditions to be A report ot receipts,, .expenses ,
Reher ata. Florida Milk Producers th'e threshold i
Evening Snack Choir next item of business was east Federation .' river and taking inventory of already been on 'I held at the Stephen Foster Memorial and net Income for the year ending ,
'
A71'Inall
and separate youth program); 1 the introducing of Resolution to anon and the Dairy Farmers several lumbering plants of their dwellings" Saturday, February 15. December 31 1963 was filed
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,this promises to be an outstand, open streets and extend sewer nts t to of Florida. The U.SS.. Vicksburg. has_to* Col. Henry is continuing his The winner In the colorful: state- with the Board by the following Yt

Ima!day in the life of the M. Y: F'ot: the,new Low-Rent Housing, r< : Bispham Is now serving as a I been ordered to Ball immediately push westward and a1iAdoq ta-* 'I sponsored by the Stephen officers t IChArlie
u event
First Methodist Church.: Jasper. A motionmen was ma*a try Councilman --- 'trustee of Suwannee County Schoolsand from New York to Key day encountered Confederate I wide I Memorial Commission Rhode;. Sheriff J;

LAYMEN IN THE PULPIT Norris. seconded "RESOLUT by as a member of the Suwannee I West to Join the East Gulf outposts a few miles east of I' Forster of Musi F. Kenneth Tuten Tax Assessor
fiat! n ,and the Florida Federation instructed and authorized
This Sunday night Mr. W. W. Dunaway AND EX County Development Authority.lie Blockading Squadron Lake Cite. Faced with this resistance cash The Clerk was-
TO OPEN STREETS to Clubs, will receive a $1000 by the Chairman of the
Pennington Jr. will speak to the ION TEND SEWER TO NKW:: LOW. Is director and treasurer of Shortly after midnight last Henry Is turning' back .I scholarship: from the commission I Board to issue warrant I No 1628 in

Methodist Church Jasper UNITS' be atop-: the Suwannee' County Fair Association hi Jacksonville, His raid,
First RENT HOUSING evening Col. Henry and toward to assist In furthering her musical the amount of 113300 on January
He win speak In the atoence of ted Motion carried. In- 'a; director of the Suwannee troop skirmishedwith the Mil according' to reports was lue I education. Four runners-up will 23..1964 to Roundtree A Son Funeral
he attends.the,District Ordinance: was Chamber: of Commerce and Cap andbesides capturing' a authorization was approved
under said
the pastor\ > I The following onlv."AN County ton Light; Artillery cearful, each receive $200 scholarships.. Home
Youth\Rally In Tallahassee. traduced, .and read by THE title ;OTY: of'\the'., .Suwannee .County Farm Dunham,j(and forced their retreat score of prisoners, h. .seised Last's -"Jeanle" Keltha by I the Board, and same t

The ConuntsVlo\ : Kvaagellws lasited ORDINANCE FLORIDA"ADOPI'lNG OF -.,lltireeu/member of the'SuwanrteaCattleman's The Confederates lost 18 and destroyed property valuedat year's Coral Gables, will not paid under Warrant List' No 8 of
; AMe'1tolz, t .
to fill the OF JASPER, Association, the Live and million dollars the Generall\lnd. _,_ .
,
Mr. Pennington MAKING A PART OF I men, 4 cannon 6 wagons almoie a be present Miss Boltln said, "be. report of Section
AND appraisal
pulpit We look forward to anotherof THE CITY ORDINANCES OF THE Oak Klwanls dub and of the Elks 45 horses and mules It is reported His losses stand at 5 killed and cause she ,Is using her scholarship' 32500-2603 An State Road '''Number

his fine messages. JASPER. FLOR club:' that a Mr. Alsop a man wounded.Feb. "
SAID CITY OF 10 to study voice InVienna Austria. Streets In Jasper Hamilton County
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LAYMEN'S RETREAT IDA. THE SOUTHERN STANDARD IllPLUMBINO Bispham Is married to the for.rner or Northern origin and a resli 11-The Confederate rsInforcemtnti In her abscenct the 1962 winner, Florida was filed with .the Board
Mr. William Smith. Monticello BUILDING CODE. PART Miss Barbara Burgess of Sarasoia. i dent of Florida for some 20 that, had been or- I BAftttcr\iAp-
'kkens,
e-nmrosl:.., I, Rebecca Ann (Becky) JenJdn of I by Phillip ) ,
Methodist Church, announced the i iLayment' 1962-1962: *TIlE a. me Bf sphams have five v..u.dnJI. years, acted as a guide M> the dred by General 'Beauregardfrom I[Orlando, will serve as an official pralser Lake Qty Florida fur ?

Retreat in TaDahassee I and also PART 11 RELATING:OF 1961.1 three of whom are attending Union army as It moved Into the area of James Island '[hostess for this year's contests.. their approval and after examination

this Saturday. The Retreat will be :1962 EDITION.NATIONAL Suwannee County schools Baldwin, According: to a report In Savannah for General Fine* formal auditions for,which of same, motion was made by
Mr.
held in the John Wesley Methodist I GAS'and also The members of by the New York have begun moving. south The Mr. ,Visas. seconded by
published
,CODE. 1963 EDITION. Bisphams are ran the girls will wear their 1854 ..t1.gowN. Wheeler said appraisers
at ievm. RIG 1 Ordinancewas "wretched desolation Uu The Federals bad hopedto I to approve
will begin ward.
Church. It A motion to pass said the Presbyterian Church. Herald will be held under concert .and said report was unanimously
report
and conclude at 3:00 pm. It Will made by Councilman Owens.Norris The 40-year old dairyman said written over the face of the delay this. departure by an conditions In the auditorum of the approved by the board.

feature good singing group discussions with a second by,Councilman Hearing his experience in agreculture: coupled country"! ThU account says unsuccessful diversionary at- Foster Carillon towner beginning at following names were placed f
The
good fellowship and ut Motion carried. Public buslnesspractices followed that "Baldwin Is a dreadful tack on John's Island \ Lillian
will be held with 2 p.m. and the winner will be announced on the county indigent list:
standing lpeaken.Alliance on said Ordinance in the operation of a I large dairy poor city with right poor Feb. 12-Federal Gen. Gill- that night at the ball in Marie White for month of January

February 11. 1964.ot business was ...?A. have made him aware of the problems -i peoplsln.It.". more orders Gen Seymour to [[theFoeter museum, In the amount of $10.00. .
I The next RESOLUTION item AUTHORIZING of this senatorial district 1 The 07th Peensjrlrania, encamped concentrate his command at for .Annie Mae Fryer. Route 3, Jasper
judges
out-of-state i
Welcomes Prominent
opting A Fernandina today r | ? of $1500,
MAYOR CITY CLERK Sound business principles and aggressive at Baldwin Immediately Florida in the amount
] THE MANAGER TO .EXECUTE would enable raided the surrounding' area. A Sheriff ,Edward Jordan of the auditions are Mrs. Ada JlOd..1 warrant f to be 'Issued at t this timeand

New Member (AND CITY IN BEHALF OF AND IN this district representation to share more In small +Confederate force was Taylor County Informs Walter ing Miller, 'Providence R. r., until further notice of the Board
OF president- pianist representing resolution was
Affiance OF THE CITY Florida's growth he said and If surprised captured In a Winn, State Comptroller, that of Music Clubs The following:
FORSTORM Board
Ministerial National Federation I the
by
The Jasper JASPER EASEMENT adopted J i
AN collie
nearby swamp. to
would be I. "compelled stop
declared he provide I .
elected RESOLUTIOV
to Its STATE plani.t.reprelentinc
member THE composer
TO Louis Alter;
welcomed a new, I SEWER advance toT tht
morning '
recent meeting held at DEPARTMENT". A motionty this, type of representation.The Earlyhla tag or assessing taxed The American Society bN MOTION of Commissioner
ranks the
at ROAD and of the Commissioner
reached occupied -
forees in bv
consequence
Union seconded
Church.: Rev. Glen Councilman Dunaway with'a ,candidate said he would present of Composers; Authors and Publish Jack Vlnson. following I
Baptist' -
Livonia [ i. Norris that Bkhrinabout 19 miles Eaem,'" Such action he says, Aaron Hogan the
Pridgen of the Jasper Church of second by Councilman serve as hit own campaign treasurer Jacksonville. In addition ers (ASCAP) New York City; and adopted.WHEREAS .
be adopted; west of threat from "a ,Resolution was
meeting said Resolution Commercial is a result of a voice teacher
the Milton
God attended his first the and that to few prisoners they Union } Allen: Swenson, the State Road Department
a called ,
Rev. Pridgen Is a recent member, Motion motion carried by Councilman Jim Bank of Live Oak would serve as captured several l pieces of artillery squad. of Persons Sheriff thinks. It [and choir director for Mercer Uni has loci ted and proposes .j
,A The
Rev. depository for campaign funds men" Macon, 'Ca.Coronation StateRoad !
of our community, replacing way, with a second by Councilman cotton valued at $25,000 "best to desjH until there verity 1964 winner will to construct and Improve Section
the
the former pastor. of In Jasper
Irving Hughes that the $25.00 for Sewer of turpentine, rosin In the County to Streets
Norris quantities fore.
Is
County
a annual
Alliance i
13th Hamilton
the
of the be highlight ot<< In
members a ; 32500-2603
'other
The donated to the County rice the tel.egrsplf shall have
Easement be pitch tobacco and cHeck them. If not, I t

are Rev. Norman Booth First Canova. toward the paving of the. street., Fish Fry At office with _complete to leave_ I cannot say how "Jeanle" ball .an,Florida event Federation originated Florida WHEREAS.: and. order for the State! ,
Sayer the
Rev. In 1952 by
Methodist Church; train of a lor have ...._ further
Motion carried equipment, a ears soon for safety, i n' .a Road Department to
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Baptist Church: ; Rev.Travis : Of MUSIC UUnr Stephen rwicrMemorial !-
Is necessary
:
First Motion by Councilman Ovens | Church of God tanning ,machine, and 4 day received orders to join them. ,or headed by complete said project It
Advent
ownedby
Carter, Jasper Courtoy that Corporation; lands now
seconded by Mayor forage for 1,000 men. I cannot stay In the county that certain
Christian Church: : Rev. Truett monthly bills be paid |Mrs Leon Whltehunt of Broom County be acquiredby
following
Hamilton
the TonightYou're sooth fork of the St. The Confederate 'I
Baptist Church: At th.' Feb. 13 -, vmt.'I of Florida for the use
Divonla carried. State
Motion the
homer and Rev. WUUam Van Zant. m Sureaa ................'... 2430 I Marys a small body of Confederate forces under Gen. Joseph Fins ]tuslo for the ball will be'provided land) benefit of the State Road Department ;,'
Church. Jasper Laundry ft Invited to eat in our dinIng calvary attempted to gan. have today gone' Into permanent member of the Tallahassee of Florida ;sand, '

Jasper Presbyterian: announced its Religious Dry> Cleaners .............. 4130 < room or call 792-6901 for delivery resist the crossing of CoL camp Camp Beau,.- by directed 'by, Ralph WHEREAS. \the State Road Department

The Alliance Community Valdosta Blue Print Co. ....... 400 from 5 o'clock until. The ladles Henry's Infantry force but Lard near Olustee on Ocean Symphony. Boltln said. having _requested 'Hamilton
for the Miss
\ Book Program Flamingo Restaurant ........< S7TimeOMatle would appreciate you eating without success. The raiders Pond. a few miles seat of Lake Rosenberg. audition and County to execute and deliver \'

It has offered to purchase" ...............5562 1 fish with them Friday night. pushed over with sOM of 8 City and about 80 miles want ,Admission to the to the State Road Department
booIca'forthe ticket only. of the
religious the baD are by favor
certain general Florida Telephone ., deeds In
North 4 wounded and this Fiber has selected deed or-
killed and Jacksonville
Community ''An announcement Company ..... ............. *f 74 the little village of between two In addition to the 1,000 Sclioiarship a State of: Floridaxnveying an

concerning this win be made In the Motorola ....... ......... ZLp 'evening reached his position flank offered by the Foster& etn4r* rights title and interest that said
: Lake City Paving Co. ...... 42.50 of Sanderson, 33 miles small lakes with each lal Commission, the young .lingers to said lands re-

future.Alliance announced the Jasper The Jasper News ...........5709 west of Jacksonville Corn, turpentine protected by marsh ,and open* will 'vie for $300 scholarship) *:provided County Mired tors right, ot way* for said.
The ... ..V..X95 and cotton were fired water. Through thin.taP runs Duponti and said request having
le'v irsl. Febrw HoI1oways .. ,* ; btf Mrs Alfred ,)J j State Road
Presbyterian F. B. IlarreH .....4.!. .. ../*345WillaroTa by retiring Confederate calvary. the pike and railway to the interior. Mrs. Helen':1toberO been duly ronsldeded. '
ary 23-27 The Divonla Baptist Rfrjvival. Garage and Auto I Feb. 10-The Federals occupied The Confederates are Jacksonville) Lion'White' NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT

March 1... the First Baptist Parts ...!.................. 444 Sanderson .In fore today. hurriedly throwing up entrench St. Petersbtrg'Mrs.Brooktvile and ASCAP. RESOLVED by the Board ot Couni .-
First hurst < .
Revival. March 9-13, and the One Union soldier report. that ntents. 4
Methodist Revival; March 22-25. Continued on Page 4 \
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,,., PAGE TWO THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, Feb. 14, 1964

Valdosta Armature Works boiler SINGING CONVENTION -4
(Continued From Pap I) Betty. R. Mikell Sal. Clerk T. A. Repairs ................ .. 13.94Dept Jhe' Hamilton County Singing On .' :?
.. .. .. ... Self-Denm!
Office .... .. 131.56 Public Safety Radio Service I ; .
ventlon meets with .
fir County Minutes William Kyser Sal. Vet. ...i 482.66 January .... ...J....... 15.00 Church. the Corinth Baptist.. I Phil. 26-8 In 'was alSo'in l :thri't.If.'
third
| Charlie Goolsby! Sal. Janitor 180.60 General Office Eqp. Co. Office on Sunday February ; "Let this mind be you>, which _

Julian Wood Sal. Civil Derense. Supplies ...W.. .... 37.33W. 16. The church Is located 18 Jesus, who, being in the form.of Cod, 'thought it not robbery to, i A.e".
,y 4 ty Commissioners of said County Director ,.. ;........ 112.77 miles southwest of Jasper .5 miles,
Edwards T. B. ,
Hospital
T. J equal with Cod but made himself of t'eputailon and Qok'
r'I that the Chairman and Clerk of said Expense Co Comm.Aaron Jan. ..... 171.25 south of*Route 6. : ; upon.V
Board be and they are hereby Hogan .............. '6.25 Rarite Patient' A. Andrews Care. 4-H Club ,Please come and be with us. ,., him the'lorm 01 a servant, and'was made m the likeness of men: .nd' ,
1 &**, authorized and directed to make Grover Wheeler ......,..... 6.23 ., ....... 55.00 111.1. '
Expense being found in fashion he humbled himself and became
BrV execute and deliver to the State Jack; Vinson ....,.ii..' 6.25 as a man ,
Braswell Com. 204.73
Road Department a deed or deedsin Lawton McCulley .,......... 6.25 Jasper Dan Laundry C.Laundry Ct. Hs. Claims Benefits For obedient unto death, .even the death of the cross," '
favor of the State of Florida\ conveying McGhln ....... .... 6.25Cblonia
all right title and interest Guy .e. Flags& Voting Booth Jesus denied all things to himself for our sakes. He only
J) Life Ins. Co. Ins .. Participants InGrain
7.00 :
Curtains
cf said County In and to aaid lands .January ............-.... 3.00 Annie Mae Frier County Ind. 15.00.1 asks "Deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow me." Christ's
said torrunt
owned
of by way for County said State required Road. Blue Cross -. .Blue Shield Ins.. Fine 'A Forfeiture Fund 1 ProgramGrowers Church pleads for consecration during Lent, a higher level of devo-
I Jan. .... ...... ........ 48.30 A ,
Charlie
BE IT FAJRTHER RESOLVEDthat Social Security Acct. .......: 75.891 Feedings Rhoden Prisoners Sheriffs Ccst 1473.55 who participate in the tion to our Lord and self-denial that we may approach nearer the
a certified copy of this Resolution I[Co. Officers employees 1964 feed have altar of holy living..
John H. McCormick Salaries cf grain program will
be forwarded forthwith to Retirement Fund .........141.99
Clerks &: other expenses Countv definite advantages over growers She asks that deny ourselves worldly that
the State Road Department at Town'of Jennings Rent Health we some passions ?
Xal1ahaI&ee..Flarfda." I I..Office( .....,_ ,... .i..... 20,00lid'BuUard 357.50 who elect not to participate, accord- we may feel 1 the humble bond of brotherhood .for fellow Christians.

j, STATE OF FlDRIDr.T' Rent'Health Off WM : ....:....:.. : '1 rlns.tqJSfcUafe; 3eas,911pnan. fa- .. .
COUNTY OF HAMILTON ; riculture Stabilliation'and Conser ak... ** f She asks.that .we- weideny-ourwlyes-' worldlypleasures.thats] ,, .
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State Treasurer Contrl. Jan. 1013.91 Joseph P. Hollonian Sal. Juv. I I l ?"" ..---.#_
| I HEREBY CERTIFY that theE Hamiltoii County,Bank iDec'.' Counselor ... vatlon Committee. \ we may have more time for meditation-for study-for prayer;

'foregoing adopted:is a true by copy the of Board a Resolution of Exchange '(,.,...t/.... 13.57 Ray Morgan Witness Fees Co.49.211 I First, he explained the partici- She asks that we deny ourselves some worldly Desires that
Dept. Pubic' Safety' Radio .Service Judge Ct..e..... 4.60 pating grower earns 'a diversion
County Commissioners of Hamilton held December. f.!..;;...;....... 15.00 I Joe Hughes Witness Fees Co. payment for reducing his 19C4 acreage we may be able to provide for the-destitute and the needy.
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County the; ,4th Florida of at February a meeting A. D. Thelma Lewis Refunds A Judge's Court ...... 4.50 of corn or grain :.sorghum. She asks that we deny ourselves some worldly habits that

on 1964. day Jones Fees Insurance.........,.,Agency...........Convict. 22.50 I pearsall Judges Fourakers Court .Witness fees.co I thereby assuring himself of a substantial we'may join with fellow Christians in prayer and praise and worship.

Thelma Clerk:Lewis of the Board of Guard Bond .............. 10.00 I Durwood Morgan Witness fees 'j acres regardless Income from of drought the!diverted floods, She asks that we, deny ourselves some worldly footsteps, that

;ni I County Commissioners of Forkfe of Registration: St. Amo Annual'", ot Si-ipervixcTH Dues 25,00 II County Judges Court ....H 3.90''I I Insects, hail, or crop disease. I we may walk beside our Lord and Master. .' '.

Hamilton County Florida. Ine Charlie Rhoden Juvenile Court I This la also true of the price-sup\ I II She 'asks that deny ourselves the l or'oUI'l
Carbon
Florida' Ribbon & we center pedestal
d The following warrants were approved Cost ................. 7.60 (
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..iU... ... 21.58 [port which is the
Office Supplies. payment
I Leubke I II I on soul that Christ in
Jove
in and
for payment: I Connie Transcript of record may enter reign supreme in our hears
Flnsercrlnt Eqp. Laboratory acreage planted In 1964 to one or
GENERAL FUND : 'Supplies; r.v.'t,. .". .... 21.80 I Criminal Court.Case ...... 75.00 more of the feed grains no matter and live this day forevef.
Roundtree ft: Son Funera Home fW. A. Drury Conviction Fees A 1 1I
(partial payment of Funeral' ejcp. Bowen Supply, Cb: ,Eleciion. I Comm on Bond Est 166.28 what disposition! is made of the Don't you think that these requests are proper.* modest, right.,
...... ,'........ 68.73 the
James Davis ft Shalnta Supplies Thelma Lewis criminal j court crop price-support garment'Isassured : cove ark J "l'Oqether.Worthy! to be 'complied with? ,"
Brown ... ............125.00 MIlligan Of flee. lachlne. Co. I :art ..i" I, .
.. .. Will YOU?.
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County Indigent Typewriter' Service 33.60 Home Gas Co., ga*. jail 106.40 1 Third, price-support loans and .
Mrs. Mae Long .......... 15.00 I The Jasper New Legal Adv ftSiwiltes Orkin Exterminating Co., jail 8 00 .purchase agreements will be available I i
Louise Cribbs ......}.... 10.00 v ,-, ...... 91.911 Hdiloways, gas Jail 6.95 on participating farmer' entire JASPER 'CT TEAM" WINS AGAIN; .., .' :"' ,
Pitts I( The basketball :
team
Fuel Ct. H Jasper
.............. 15.00 Sandlin Auto ) '
Eva Lee Fla. Power Corp utilities, jail 48.55I I "
1964
Ida Mae Smith ,..,....... 10.00 December .. .. ... 278.48 'I I Social Security Jan ... 8.45 production of the two I came from behind in the last few"*} .
Mrs. frank Miller ......_ 12.00 Florida Power Utilities Ct. ''County Officers &: Employees feed grains ,I minutes of their came; with the boys 1 ?
Mrs. James Royals ..,....10.00 Hs. Asst. Co. Agent Off. .,90.561' Retirement Fund .... 9.33 t I And ,lf the participating farmer'P I Ranch of Live Oak last Saturday j
Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ...... 15.00 HoUoway's>Gas Asst Co." $ 12.35 > requests It, an advance payment of, winning by the score of 34 to 27.
Utilities
JVmmie Gandy ....... .... 10.00 Office ,.-,7.6.95' City of Jasper 3.80 part of the diversion payment will Brad Vinson. Billy Polk. Buddy Me- .
... .... Char-lie Rhoden Sheriffscost .,. (Western Auto Store supplies
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Bessie Holloway' -. 12.00 .. :..341.781 Game A Fresh Water Fish be:.. made at the time of signing up Can Sam MicWer Bobby Sappi'; t. :
Mrs Ruby Radford ,...... 15.00 .c. Commission arrest fees ... 30.90 r a- soon as possible after that Billy Sapp and John Sapp played' '
, Annie Mae 'Vftiltaker ...... 10.00 Suwannee 1963-64 River'Budget Authority...Contribution 1250.00, Kayo's Drug Store drugs, jail 12.u tit for' Jasper. ," '''I!r i Were You Born In '. ,
Mn/Margaret; Bacon. ........10.00Allen' Jasper Laundry laundry, jail 25.58 Growers- tak. part In the reed: -
McClain" ./. .... 1200 F: Kenneth Tuten Field Expv416.66F. . .. :': .1 "
least
Tuten T. A. Com 401.00 grain program by diverting at t."' .
.. Kenneth
Lillian Marie White 10.00 FUND : j I FEBRUARY of
LIBRARY even
Western Union Service Sh. f {20 percent of the farm's feed train P.T.A. : an year .
SaL Jenninjrs
Rance A. Andrews Exp. County
Deal, salary Jan. 139.73 ; \
Agent ....;....... 304.60 OOlce. : .' 3.28 Kenneth Blanche Wood salary Jan ;. 15.00 base acreage Into an approved conserving .,

.i.,., W.Salary A. Drury County Sate Commissioners Co. Atty .. 69.28 CCH No. Florida Products Telephone Co. Office.Co.Sup. 3.20 Mrs. Mamie Lewis,Retirement sal.. Jan 23.00 6.45 provisions use of and the carrying program out, If other more To Meet MondayThe ,'.';:!I If REMEMBER t .
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......... 117.50 Phones Jan. 182.50 Co. Officer Emp than the minimum isdi '
* t Aaron Hogan Jan. 5.85 acreage
Grover Wheeler' .......... ,103.97 Ar'r' 'emam Pen. Corp. Office Social Security of Jennings P.TiA. will meet'bhMonday t
v Inc., books BUtEnfield'i. vetted a higher rate payment l' To Renew Your
Ruzicka.
Jack Vinson\ ....'. ... 115.47 Supplies .. ......... 79.10 Joseph 24.50N. win apply. night February. 17'm the. |
Lawton McCulley .,. 103.97 City of Jasper Utilities Ct. Hs. ft supplies High School auditorium at 7:30.: ,
., .. Cal Co. Agent .. .. 22.35 Fla. Phone Co., library .. 8.50 The minimum rate of payment is \ Include' special'-"''' .
Guy McGhln .. .. 112.77 The program' l
.4 .... 6.90 :
c'
Fla. Power Corp., library based on one-fifth of the county'stotal
Ins, 'I
Jones Insurance Agency | Driver's License
Isaac Chandler Jr. Exp. Asst. Co. recognition for the past presldtntdof :
.. ... .. ... .. Mrs. Blanche Leas, travel ex. 3.40If price-support rate the maxi! |
; Agent .... .................. .75.00Thelma'Lewis Ct. lis. 146.40Sar : the organization,' and Founders
:' Sal. .....,.. 453.30 l'in Auto Parts Fuel Ct. Its. 1 mum or higher rate Is based. on :
', Ann C. Malpas Sal. .... . 195.00 Jan. .... '.... ...... 427.07 ROAD BRIDGE FUND one-halt of the' support rate. Day program will be presented.
A Margaret Register Sal. Sect to The H and W. B. Drew Co. Office Road Employees Salary Farm operators may file anpN-\ i THIS

.;, County Agent ...... .... 32.33 Supplies' .,.,' .......... 68.50 W.O'Nerl S. Jackson Coolsby.,...... 202.68 80.87 cations to take part in the 1964 feed 8Hb1s MONTH !
General '' Co. Office at1 '""
Wylma White Sal. ft Exp. Home Office Eqp. grain at the ASCS County
Dem. Agent ,....., ....../2M.77 Supplies .......... .r..... 76.11 Alex D.Jfathls Stewart........, ....: 278.59 214.04W Office.program The signup period is now LOOALOTOR* .
Ethel G. Dedge; Sal. Sect to Home Incompeteney Procedings 249.31John
Dem. Agent ............... 83.14 James A. Rawls, Jr. M. D. 20.00Frederick Hilton Westberry. 173.25 I open. onto-
Ponds
O. O. Edwards Sal Ant. St. T. Mlckler Jr. M. D 20.00 -
_.... 191.04
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Attorney, ............ 8.93 Mallora Wigglesworth ,....... 3.00 Virgil WlfJIRms ..,..,., 178.35Emery
Wm. Randall Slaughter Sal. State J. R., Brucs! M. D. ......... 10.00 Randolph Turner *
61.21
Attorney .1 ......*...'...,. 18.56 I R. A. Barnett. MT D .......... 10.00 Grantham >
........ 205.54 .
Eva Aklns'/taJ.; SecL to Ct. Marie Hudson R N..r 3.00 Ruben Dante: ........../.. 174.98Bill ; t .; . ( /) '
Judge l"'h'.i-i.i.Mi<.. 26.79 Barbara Peacock ......... 3.00 Pete Register.. 230.94Russell : : : : :
N. H. Williams SaL' Yard. John McCormick Sal. Co. B. Norris I' .
s 1 ,upkeep ;"U.1 .' .....;...*<' 41.57 I Judge ..'\"\f"--. ,(.;...'...'"625.00 White. .. 158.35 .
) Addle Mae Smith Sal..T.' C. p Oite SmitH Repairs' Office J. L.. Reeves .. 168.35Ben I .
f Office : .....; '73.97'I Fumltoro' ..... ..... 65.80 Goolsby .,. 158.35 .' ,.. ., .,;.1.' .. J,>,'''''
Kenneth Daniels Sal. A'Exp.: ,Co. Mr. Sally Sapp Sal. DeputySt'ren Isreal Stone 163.48 .i...
........ ...... Bill Ponds .. 158.35 '
Service, Officer '....; 150.97 -isor 116.00 j I i .:
... 190.94
Norman Douglas .. I r .. ,. "
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Social Securim Acct., Jan. .. 131.77 ". "
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j Blue Cross Blue Shield Jan 96.GO "
:
i 1963Auto <- "(Co. Off.-;* Empl. Retlremt. 145.39 I" .
''Colonial Life Ins. Co., Feb. ... 6.00 I'r.
A Sons, dragline O :5;: '
M. D. Moody :x. ,
payments for Dec, & Jan. 1584.00 .\ "
Tags ''Sandlin Auto Parts accessories \ "
,, & diesel. Dec. A Jan. ..... 884.47 I
HoUoway's, gas camp. ...... 27.80E. .
C. hardware 13.00
Vulcan Maters Co., concrete
Expire pipe\ ... .. 471.97 1
I Armco Metal Prod., steel ...765.60
Keenan Welding Supplies .. 22.56
lewis Motor Co.. eqpt. parts 3.70 '
FEBRUARY 20 I I iN. Amer., Steel Co.. steel 280.88

"' Get; Yours Early 'andAVOID I
I I Ring Power Corp., eqp. parts 581.84 you :
THE RUSH! George Webb., chain saw repairs .
7 & parts ...... 44.90I -', .. ... ,
I[Slick's welding Shop welding 17.50 : : ; '
Our office will be ( \ n na
Jasper I Auto Parts parts .... 41.85 4Prv4 o
Kin Hardware, supplies ..*. 5.30 \.. '- J ... <, .; ; :. \.. .
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OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY N. Fla., Phone Co., camp .... 19.35 .
Lang's, supplies ........... 22.00 "" ',, t
February 15 and :Thursday Feb 20 I i i Sears & Sons parts ... ..... 1.81' .': I ,' .' M V; .
tf ewi Lumber Co., lumber 20.35 ,, ; '
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-:- for your convenience! I Fla.Shands Power ft Baker camp road....mtls.......,.98.76 54.79 You can light rj.: ., I

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Friday Feb. 14, 1964 THE JASPER_ NE_ _:a-4-S_ ._ JASPER_ .- FLORIDA PACE: THREE
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City'cash. 'II /.'is )In;; business not a profession be in March.: Jasper. their portion'a 4TeU the 'Truth I her family> the past weekend.
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@ e. .and you ,should be wary. The ,contestants were: panel. I There were Ray and Evelyn

Among the visitors Mr IThls.statement( ( doer not apply tidrtrggtsts' o 1 Francis Canova LoIs Curry, Inez (Mrs1 Cannady served cakes- and I from .Tallahassee; Betty Sue) and

Lt @' X I Moreland and family of Cape were Kennedy McGhin, Mamie Bryan. Betty Kyiwr candles and sandwiches with coffee .. Servler Sabin of Orlando; Kether
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I. .t' OH'e! Pratt,. Betty Jean Mit and hot chocolate.The I and Ralph Prescott of Gainesville
Mrs. Gerald Ives of Quitman, .
guests lingered,reluctant to ,and Tfllman of Tfella-
@L' ,Ginger Tom
; Rev, and>trs. Booth of the Jasper ,MIKE JOMS;:: CELEBRATES chell.T. I leave' Out of town guests were Mrs. j hassee, .: ;
> Wylma White _
were
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8 ): Methodist Church > Were
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C (J ( : ,[ The Eastern Star, Installation is BIRTIOMVMr nrbnM Pearman, Mary Alice I Harvey Edwards of White Springs From Jacksonville there,
,Earl .
,, i a colorful and meaningful \\>'nn. Sybil Hunqulcker all train-i and Miss Barbara Peak of Minnea Thomas and Geraldine Lewis
'. : ceremony. ,}and Mrs Charles Jones (the ed home economists' polls, Minn who Is spending; several ,.Cbllen and Randy. ,\.
t1l' syz..usl / parents) '"Mr. and Mrs. Turner' The winner was Francis Canova I; weeks in White Springs |1|I Thelma Lewis Edna Browne and ,
::1" utj "VlrPHJ- Jones!(Grand parents) Mr. and Mrs who modeled a wool double knit .Mary Francis Lewis are spearing "

I ),fro and Mrs. Mooreland and old I Billy Jones (uncle and aunt) honored dress princess line with an A I I Mr. and Mrs. Everette Browne a few days in Atltanta. .this '
.CONFEDERATE CENTENNIAL; 'pieces: used during the Civil War'. dren of Cape Kennedy visit th Mlke,. ones with a dance at the line skirt. The sleeves were bell spent last week in Palm Beach wee1 "

Mark your calendar for Saturday and were purchased by the Florida,[mother Mrs OWe Boone and ati Woman's Club February 5. shape. A detachable scarf featureda ,visiting Mr. Brown'* brothers Myrtle White is attending Gas. ;:,:
',.,.. February 22, at 10:30: a.m. In Oak-''Library and Historical Commissioni i tended Sunday school.t I It was hi*16th birthday.' It was'a bound button hole. The frock wasa . >
lawn Cemetery for memorial'! services surprise" party and about 60 youngtrnart ; grey back ground with a brown Mrs. W. A. Lewis had open house (continued on page six) j I
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.c,-.x,' for the Confederate soldiers I. .Mrs .Geraldine Ives of Qui people attended floral print. Mrs. Canova will model, ----__ _
who fought and died In the' battleof i "As I was walking In the rainII was a guest Sunday of her parentsMr The lance club room was trans this at the district meetings. '
Olustee. | met a fairy down the lane. ,,and Mrs. IL D. WUUs.I formed with a valentine.motif Gay All the dresses were made by The Complexity of Today
Then on to the Olustee battlefieldfor We walked along the road together Streamer taped to the rafters ,the ladles modeling them. A. gift
a ceremony at 2:00: p.m.. jl\ soon forgot about the weather, I Mrs. Maxson of Keystone Lake. swayed In fistoons bearing valen- was presented to the winner. I I1
- Mrs. Thomas Lester, district director | Ire told me Ids of lovely I things Florida (this is a large lake near; tines. ''The*mantle and piano were The door prire was'drawn,by Ed : CarsDEMANDS
,and Mrs. Hugh Tierman,:The story that the robins sings- Tarpon) spent the week end at the, banked ,with red camellas alighted 1 na Barker \1 \ i 1
vice president both of Jacksonvillehave How to know a fairy! pool Gene I Lang's with her sister Mrs candles About the wallsreturned ,Mrs. Nulson of Tallahassee 'presented .
charge of the Lake City memorial 'And' where the rabbits go to school 'DickerL Mrs.' Dickert l I were, small refreshment tables in a film on Cancer and announced EXPERT \
program.Thesctwo And what to do and what to say \home with her sister going: ,first gay cloths. A large table held the the Crusade for April. scan *" 'A seta CAREa

) ladies have' worked'When the bogies bother you by. .Orlando for a short visIt. loveb birthday cake the bowl of The hostess passed a.. plate. of
hard toward this 100 years aniver- The flowers peeked from hed frI ace. punch, the nuts and candles. Thelights delightful refreshment' SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION: I
sary and also in activating U. I places FEBRUARY 14th were low, the stem music
D. C United Daughter of the Confederacy And all along 1 the way the little There are friends of the late Mrs pervaded the} air. The young ladies ... .C ,.s., We give, those'important extra
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.) furry:creatures came" popping: Mallory Home "}4lss Sally' "Aunt t; In ,prettyrl/rocks and their escorts .... d
These U. IXC.,members.will be .up to say.'.Cooda Sally' or to some Just Sally] who will I In dress suit made a never .to be Mrs.Mr Mrs' Racers:! Mr. and service: with: a mile... When you "
Yancy and Robert
recognized at the memorial ser. But when we came to the little bend be glad of the"reminder of her forgotten scene Musgrove
(neices and nephews of Mrs O W. f drive in here'lor. we, always
Petite Barbara gas
vices also. Just where the village houses end.,1rthdayFebroary 14. McCufley was Norwood
We should be proud of our southern He seemed to slip into the, ground Something may even want to do, Mikes date for the evening. Mr. and visited them Sunday afternoon I check your oil, tires, water level .s
heritage and be glad to serve And suddenly the rain was all over' something in her name The Dow- Mrs Jim Coe were Invited chaper-
for our grand parents who fought the sun' was shining on the clover." ling Park Home was one of her Interest cnes. Mr. O. :W an Norwood enters the and dean your windihield .', .
day week for operation.
and died for this cause "I l Quoted.. Not sure of the author i Naval Hospital In eye Jacksonville Mon CAR WASH only $2.00
More on this at a later date.I I c Looking! thru my file which aren't And after the rain comes the /
I I 't. flies P. nil I r"me on some notes I brisk March wind a little before
' w BATTLE OF OLUSTEE .1' Saturday evening February 8 the i had made after sh? was buried time perhaps but a harbinger of The Ja.'oer Chapter of Future Jerry' Smith'sGULF
OBSERVANCE SET Eastern Star had its annual Installation June Maybe 1962. She was 80 >goods pring days. Farmer of America won the farm : \
.' ', FOR FEBRUARY'' 2* service followed bv a dinner. ,(till l of age. i| ( tractor offered by the Ford Motor STATIONJasper
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I I Doris Collum Immediate past I "She The official observance of the matron and Immediate past worthy in Evergreen after memorial mind. The commemoration of the F. F, A. day at the South Florida
Battle of Olustee Centennial will patron) came up from Lake Wier service at the old* home where she Battle of Olustee 100 fair In'Tampa a delegation from I
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take place at the battle site near for the occassion. had lived 59 years going' there as a I| February 20. "General Flnegan ago.I Jasper went down to receive l It. _
"The Florida Library and Historical INSTALLATION bride after her marriage at the I decisively defeated the Federals Going with the several F. F. A.

Olustee on February 22 at 2p.m. Worthy Matron Winnifred Smith Baptist Church (I this afternoon at Olustee, 13 miles members were Suot HarryReid. T.
Commission with the assistance of Worthy patron -H D Willis Folks frm" all walks of life came east of Lake City." Principal) M. L. Powell Ag. For
a I five-member! committee from Associate; Worthy Matron and Patron The young and old the' rich and i 1 The service will begin at two o' teacher Jim Dunaway. Bob Dresch .. .
Baker, Columbia and Duval counties Helen and Guy McGhin.Condustress .poor the learned and unlearned I dock February 22, 1964, The same er of Florida Power Co, Judge McCormick ,
t' has planned an excellent pro. Myrtis Allen Angled words in remembering|Iday in the morning 10:30 there will and Tax Assessor Kenneth -
,*' gram for the commemoration of the Assistant Conductress. Cornelia gtenerous deeds, and the cheer she be a memorial service in the Lake Tuten. All
,;, battle which took place February Bradley had given ,,City Cemetery Oaklawn, near overpass F F. A. members attending the
20. 1861. Organist Dbrothv Smith { "Miss Sally was a, Christian" where many. of the dead Fair to receive the tractor were' '--
Many .people in the northeast Chaplain Hannah Blani: said the minister. Perhaps that was buried. were Everal Allen, Jerry Stewart Billy ,

I Florida area are decendents of Secretary.Mary Bryan 'the motivation of her: strong personality . I I Jackson Harry Stewart, Merrel YourPrinting i
veterans of this Important Civil Warden Bennie Mae Griner ( Perhaps we shall not see her Wo\lF.NS: ,cum Smith, Shelton' Moody. .Earr Vann
War battle. Direct decendents (sons Sentinel Reddin Dell .f.' like) agaIn. FASO SHOW C. L. Miller Daryl Klr.fi "
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and daughters! )are especially encouraged -"Star Points "Ada Ruby Williams I ,These were the pallbearers I
The
to attend and will receive |I'"Ruth" Helen Dall Woodrqw a Wise, Jimmy fiddle, Bill 5 of the meeting Jasper Woman's Friday Club February was The Lydia and the McCullough
special recognition. Widows of vet "Esther" Pauline Lewis Bradsnaw, Ernest Chandler, Ray- enthusiastic A motif Circles of the First Baptist Church
erans of this battle are also ''"Martha -'ODie Boone mc j\LCami: ?, Horace Lewis, Joe used In the decorations valentine, was met Jointly Monday evening at the
thanks
aged to attend and will enCOU1'-I i"Electra" --- Edna Hogan Vickei?!;,Nolan Wilkes the Jones Party which had preceed to home of Mrs. Cannady on Hyghway
special place reserved for The Installing Panel Rev.; Charlie Martin gave the de ed the Club 41.
Sen. Spessard Holland win be the i I The Installing officers were .vctlonel Walter Wilkinson sang "0, Many lovely on red Wednesday camellias evening were/ 'I The program for the evening was NeedsTHE !+r
featured speaker. Others on the Florrie Frazier- Lake qty ,Love {that Will Not Let Me Go banked the mantle to study the current book "Apoge"
on and piano.
program have close family ties Assistant -c.. B. Davis A quartette Marvin and Edith :Mrs. Van Zant of the Presbyter. which has to do with the different
with Civil War veterans. Marshal Emma Davis ,QCaln. Harry Williams, and Walter ian church' the phases of Baptist missionary work.
Two cannons, weighing: about Organist Ellen Mercer Wilkinson sang "Rock of Ages" Socla\\ Relations gave devotional' The Those teaching were Mrs. Francis
3,000 ]Iba each will be unveiled and Chaplain Thelma Word. Live'MIss Marian Worley 'accompanist hostess with Mrs.Committee Jean was Canova: Mrs Jewel Smith and ,
donated to the battlefield park. Oak I t Lt.: As the Cortege passed Metho" Chalrmantand Mitchell Mrs. Grace.> JASPER NEWS\
';,\ '. These cannons are replicas of field Soloist Margaret Mlxom LakeVtri. dlst Church'' the chimes played I Avis Barrel assisted by Mrs It was masterfully handled to .... .
and Mrs.
Jim -
"Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" Camp. make a book of statistics read
;::. gJCTgg WDp't.cw: __ Jt."r The ,theme: of the -
-- I Febr. 14 is her birthday.. Some Fashion day was a an interesting tale which kel)
will be remembering' Show selecting a winner it is starting back in 1813. '

NOTICE OF CITY'ELECTION ;: I I e. toe..- the district meeting which will McCullough. circle presented

: Rev. Sayer Canova and Mrs. -, ---------:' ,__...1l. .- .g.gJA.T.- : .r-.trw.---g __-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_____.A"" - -
Notice is that General Election
hereby given a Canes left for Meridian. Mlssllss;

will bs held in the City of Jasper, Florida, at the : ppl where he will be speaking: and

City Hall, on the 3rd 'day of !March, ,1964, at which : church using his meetings.drawing board at several. Have a heart' in Lovelace by "Vanity l 1 Fair

election there shall be elected the following City Officials : ,1 Mrs. Mamie Bryan will be taking I

: 'i: care of the boys. :. .in. their absence I II : : Romance, every stitch of the way. Our matched lingerie lavished

One ((1)) Mayor for a term of 4 yean,' :j I I'ealth notes for February has to : wu'h delicate Lovelace AlenconI! .* All in nylon tricot so they're perfect

:: do with "Medical Quackery", : joys to wear and care for-flying through the suds and drying

Two ((2)) Councilmen for a term of 4 yearse&ch r, There is no anti-quackery law In fresh and smooth all by themselves. Can you think of a nicer present -
"' Florida and folks have to learnt
: .the hard way. j: (to give yourself?) ewen by Vanity Fair? Our new Peter

which said election shall be conducted and held in !: "A quack bases his success on : gay Pan Bras are matchless in beauty and performance. See'them now! t

accordance with the Charter and dinance of the : twh vnen traits: (lIt> fear of death, j 4 1 ,
i and ((2) of mlrft : .'ft'
",surgery pain Hope .
' City of Jasper. : |{. "
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The Polls shall open at 8 clock, a.m., and"remain 309.!328 arthritic sufferers u.. t cheated -

open until 6 o'clock p.m., on said date, dur r out of $7 million by promoters I :

; ing which time all qualified electors may present of fraudulent cures and treatment.
REMEMBER:
themselves and vote. I Food supplements and vitamin pre-

This February 12th 1964.LILLIAN parations are unnecessary for the
u> r. 04 hj ne-son.
C. There Is no such thing. as a
BEMBRY
"health, food. A completely adequate
City Clerk, balanced died is available at

City of Jasper, FloridaTHRT'S the neigborhood market.
I Weight reduction is best carried
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I.are reduced. IIr!
Arthritis can seldom be cured. It
t" t /"' red omy, by methods

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pr-cti'-tnejs.. All other claims 'are k. ,, .-
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A6NTRY1Nl Q44Y4060t J Any product claiming to cure ,or' >. r,', :

tatzsa.Ont eMZOI ".."j to alleviate a wide range of disease '; ..., 'J.
shtuld be examined with suspicionand r i

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bore Tags 1) ; ,.Lincoln Issued a ,call for 75000"volunteers.end ,- u.s.s- rThe 4+MvnttOT' "most 65,000: men compared to
(Contained I TfceWarcv
4 } ; IF AND WHY"It COUNTY. : ordered s I WM damaged and the Metri- 30,000; tot tfaTfioutto Ir1..perr
( C (xtr U.V8oBMrn rack a leak. Neither iod1:'of,29''dayta'|< i"
Minutes one can be saved wit&out faith blockade of> ports. sprang
; City .. ,GETS $32.000.00RACE Between States .joined victory, and bpthr be0A many months:f a. ,
"* ," why are we told that it Is Impossible ;- Soon f al' more state gained a' .. ,Tien
O Vi : 3Ortdn Op to please God without'It? Hebrews the Confederacy, bringing( 'the I ;withdrew; .If" f.command : n''o/l/ ':Gdl 6atva:;' eletigited tor f)

Exterminating Auo Parts *.Ca: .......tj... 54.58 16jiSantBIn -: 11A: ,. TRACK TARTlsilahasaeeStat. :( {t.The AmericaniCivil War Is .nunVber'of' ,seceding states ,to. .CePet: P1Z f litrtuL.T.ee) ,. .A". :?'inetoodicaUy'eat off SootherWaupple'O8)dbrury8:1$65 \,

.Florida Power Corp. ... .....727.91 If God promised to give faith :- :! ;"aJsM known. *rv Tfw' War between ,. eleven.Tte f -Virgi4ia'Invtfded'th' ; ? : ;
Tropical Uniform Rental .... 8980 ComptroUilerr Arm/:! \In ,. : Lee ,,became"S; Comnander-in-
when we ask for it, why-are ... said the States "or the War, 1"1 Southern armies ., ,wen' ;
Green
R E. today
Slick's Welding) Shop ........ 8.00 y : 18633"HXM' -'Ofcief of ,all .armiei
North In early ; jSoutTiern
'official :1 ? ;
1 i' Ogden Supply Q). ":i... 4..08 I told that :,fahh comes bY hearingthe .flecks for $32.000 from the of 'Secession. 'lh .* several important victories .be : :
eewes ;this period forces
.y. : daring contributed his exhausted
,' :; M. D. Moody A' ons ........ 1413: word of God Roman'to:1?: race trick tax funds are being American name i U War of the" the EaJt.durine the I his but weak grewsmaller
.. ,.' j Kayo's Drug Store ;......... 2.25 If faith onty is a most wholesome walled to each of t>. 67 coun Rebellion. Beginning In April rlttory'" to reputation a* and r. Finally
.V. 'i- Orange State Pipe ft Supply doctrine and very full of com 1801 and continuing for four ( one of the world's ablest general Rictniond, th capital of the
\ Company ................ 57862: fort as some creeds state' why did ties.The waatfre) Flft Battle.of.Bull Run). cansex -' *.. Lee's army during the Confederacy, fell to the powerful
,7 f Newsome Tractor Co. ...... 4..35, James say that we are Not Justified Comptroller said the ..years to April. 1865 it ] great rejoicing J ( ;in' the:Sduth. Invasion was strong and confident Uhlon forces. The end came
The J. O. Burch Co. .......... 5 65, by faith James 3:34.If payment Jut for the same greatest and most harmful war The tJ nion'was successful In But at Gettysburg, Pa.. Appomattox Court Home,
King Hardware Co. *........ 18.96 oily! : month was 2900000. Total fought on this 'continentAfter their' campaign In the Welt in July; 1883, his outnumbered d 9 1865 when
E. C. Browne Co. ............ 26.20, God promised to save men regardless payments made to counties Abraham Lincoln was under General Ulysses S.,Grant Confederate Army was defeat Virginia on April '
Whitehead Ildwe. Q). .......23.93, of the kind of faith they ttas (far this year Is $92.000 elected President South'' Carolina His drivve down the Mississippi ed and forced to withdraw alter Lee surrendered to GrantFive
/( Petty stRReven.e.Fund 5190 haw, why did Paul make it plain nr SI0.000 more than received and six other states withdrew Valley ,helped. to blockade: theConfederacy. .' the bloodiest battle of the, days' after the" surrender "
| Utility. 18.55Smiths that there Is ONE faith Eph. 4:4 I by the counties for the sam from the Union. These war. Th tide had no* turnedIn President: Lincoln was. J shot
Jerry Gulf Station .. 5.30 If one becomes a Christian the period last decided', South- He died the next morning The
year. states totferm a .
favor of th North.General
I| W. G. D. Chevrolet. Inc. .... 8.00 noment he believes as most denon In 1862 the moat famous North lost a great leader-the
.
There being m further. business ern union which they called I naval battle of the war was the ; Grant was plated (In "
nations .
teach, why was rot king
; meeting adjourner9.kl the Confederate States of-Am- stuck of the Confederate Ironclad command o all union armies in South a friend But. out of
Afirippa a Christian Acts 26:21.28! that we aQ be one, John 172021.
< ATTESTt Lillian L. Bembry : erica. They elected, u President 1864 and took personal com this terrible conflict ;came a
# City derte If the Lord will save without baptism If the wearing of human names Is ship the C.SJ3Virginia' ,
; Jeffer.on'Davls. renewed strength which, was .
former (formerly the USS Merrimack) mand in the East. In a series of ,
Chairman, Eugene C. Lang ,: why"dfd he command us to acceptable to God then why did the I Rob t E. Lee Let '
'"Cash I I ly Secretary of War for PresWent against the Union ,ironclad. battles near Richmond in r early expressed by *fus
'
Available January 1, be apostle Paul condemn '
baptized? Mark 16.16.Matt: 28: such C r.
864 totaled al-' all be good Americans" > ,
( losses
GENERAL FUND 19... :10-13.. .I 3 Pierce. Yt., J Anion /

: 1964 .................... 8973.04: If' the Lord has promised us salvation If the gospel has nothing to dotvithi I I I At each Southern' state withdrew I
from the Union It .
RDCEIFI'St coni 'tmL.J
P as most oernonlnAtions teach the salvation of .the souls of
1963 Taxes .................. 52752 without men why did Paul say It is- the i ffscsted. all U S. Government
j Franchise Tax ............ 1,61053 baptism, why did Peter say power' of.God'unto'salvation unto I property witHn. the State;' Fort */GASGAGS' JfaMi..ffa ODCAft I
I t Cigarette Tax. ............ 1,378.84t 'Baptism I ffcth also now save-trs"11Pet all them that beU fSampter in Chsrfertcn, South 1t ; i >
+t Licenses ................;... 30.25 3:21. :: Romans 1:18: I 1 ,
F/nes..3.t..... 22900 If 'sprInkfniand pouring: constitute Utile doctrines taught in aD. denominations Carolina, with M& 'nvn l. .L !1"'r1: $' .1"r tr hl _,t1 w 1-IT' .
.. are a acceptable.God I' In charge, refused:'o be t>ken. fit,1I \>Q)
Mayor Fee's ... ......11X0 baptism.! why do: the scripture nee Mt. WAVE MO
Garbage e...;..........f.'.... 2650 say that baptism Is a burial? Rom. even.though ,all are admittedly dif On April 12, 1861, t'' F u! VT; .I. pM et1RtAfrTfMNp S ALaf MAN SENSE Ot HUMOR ArAL
Miscellaneous ................ '1.38 63.5: ferent. why couldn't one man teach :I ttattt began heavy firlrjr ao$ wou v.rv t'. .anuai a- Test.BUT ri81t3 IWVOO usrtoxrVOOUM00 NEWOF
.J Withholding: ,.,...,..... 24780 If we receive" 'remission of slmwithout an of these doctrines and be saved. I tie fort. Two days later h'l ,There Is the school of thoughhwhich r ', ltT MB N hA OeS Eive :
Social Security' 3..n...... 11881sauna maintains that yD'ith'a'' ? I AV81T.r +ATP '
\ Gala.tfans1J2:/ Joel 9, Anderson LIME "
: nderc l
tGe
ance'- .................. 7500 baptism why' jffld Peter If church I I urr+: I state*of mind. There Is perhaps
Total Receipt ......,... 5266.64 say that baptism Is to r the.remission membership Isn't necessary era! Braurerard.and the war more than a kernel of '',truth I
Total Cash Available .... 14239.68 of sins? Acts 2:38. to salvation why do vo" was. on. Immediately, President I In this belief. At ,the "PI6KTDOWM
any rate
think the Lord added all the saved
DISBURSEMENTS: If one can be IN dflRST without I THERE WITH -
Mayor and Council .. ......118.23 baptism, why did Paul say that we to'the cht.rchT'Acta' 2:47: Col. .1:13: !j same belief was entertained,by A CUM OM'kJ FACE
-14 I IIf the andents, as witness the following M A Mite. woe. .
/ Management and office ....600.00 are baptized Into Christ Galatiaiu. GET FARM LOANS : .
Finance and Taxation .....349.61 3:21.: the church is unimportant then TOOT. words of .Marcus Cicero"I I H
Legal.,3.....!... 5000 why did Christ lay down his life.for''I INIOM. ),.- at 1 like a ycung man; In 0r
.
If bflDtism of Infants I is scriptural i 10. I
Insurance '...v.3..b...... 190.42 ItT Eph. '5:25.'Act whom there Is somethings rof
Public ..... whY did Christ command us to baptize !! : 2028.: j '
Relations .. ... 15437.. If 'a'Christian fall the old, so I like an old man)a I
Police Department ........ 1.45333 that who have heard and believed -. cannot from 'fW. Cow. '
I Isay' ___ Whom there Is something ol the .... ,
grace and be lost why did Peril .MM r T j''' "',
I Me. Pl ski 9Ifir1Pi ;
Fire Department ............ 373.95 the gospel? >flc. J61M6.;
Building Inspection .......... 7300 If the lost were lrt before the to'some at Galatia "Yeare. young; and he who follows this i "$5 I
PUBLIC WORKS} foundation of the world' and cannot alien' from grace" Gal 54.:: '. CONTACT: maxim ,in body.will possibly be> ).V Ge. NIGHT ,PHONBi >;

Public Buildings ............ 96.87 i saved, why did Christ "I I I Ibe If a child of'God cannot so sin I ,I 'an old man, but he will never'be".' fEK CYLINDER \ .
Street Department ;....... 1,853.85 came to seek and save that say which as to be lost eternally ,then howckr Jle rv .1). an old man In mind.. .". : CAS! 'OBLtv1ty I BTeamoraHQLLOWAY'S>I.s.e1 I
Garbage Department ,.....571.70 you account for'the fact that) I Incidentally, ladles, young' and I 'r..pJ' .
Cemetery. .:.....y..I. 194.35 was lost Lie. 19:10.: I Judas, one chosen by Christ to be VI c (ERS : ,pert site you ,are donf.you (eel I
If the old testament I Is still
binding
Public Welfare ..............' 30.00 Just a little bit elder after wrestling
Social Security ....'.,..790.57 today then why did the Hebrew an apostle was lost John 1712.; :
Withholding ,..,,..........,. 803.60 writer say > He taketh away the Please study. your bible. Some are I Jasper Florida with the' week's wfkTafce :
Total' Disbursements ...... TlO .81 first that he may establish the mistaken the Bible Is true. our advice !'and wash the:' eywai
Total Cash Available Jariuary 31, second?. Hebrews 109. Box 226, Penning,, Fla Telephone 792-6921 1 at Jasper'Laundry ft CUauien.
1964 .... ..... .. Our self-servlc facilities
1 ; ..V. :: .. .533.61 It children Kenneth Thomas Evangelist :
are born depraved (Un 1
UTILITIES"" SYSTEM FUND REVENUE sin) then why did Quist say "E-- j. Oak Grove' Church of Christ Res. '92-4831, I 4j 4jI. are the. best for mile. around.

1 Cash Available "' cept ye become converted and become 938-2091 4 t .. r-nta tT.J'1HOt:1owAwu extsdZ'!
December I,
1963.!.......i!.......... 17,759.46 as little !children=! ye shall not ---.-
RECEIPTS: enter Into the kingdom. of heaven",? ,/ '

Water Service ............ 2,091.45 I Matthew 18;3. .... .
"III. .
,Water Service ............ 1304.00 If division in' religion is some .v. I ....'T. SOlJ
Miscellaneous .........u... 2520 thing for which Is to thank: God
Water Deposits .............. 7500 why do you suppose Christ prayed
Withholding ................ !504 Mere it's StK
Social Security ............... 36.26 &
I Insurance -.................. 2250! 1964 .. .
,Total Receipts :........... 3,610.8 RECEIPTS .2.83777
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Total Cash ....
Available 21,36627 Utility Taxes' $1051.95 I IF
DISBURSEMENTS r Total Receipts 106195
'.- General Operations .......1,151.34 Total Cash Available ...... 3.88972
Water Plant ..............'.., 205.40 DISBURSEMENTS)
Waster Lines ................ 303.84 Bank Charges .. ........14.08 F
1 Sewer, Plant .... ........... 65.95 i Total Cash Available January "
6 Sewer Lines .....:.\....!... 38696 3L 1964 i. 3,87564 ,
Water.Deposits,Refunds ...'. 25.00 UTILITY. SINKING ,RESERVE.. ; I
SoHal Security....>.....,..23316 .FUND '
Wlthhokhis ...,...,3....... 176.40 Time Deposit, January. 31 : OVER 100 OO t 'Total Disbursements 4...... 2,548.06 1964 .......... 13,00000 7 'F'! 1 1'Jl's v y1. r1 "s n-.

Total Cash Available, .January 31, RENEWAL AMP REPLACEMENT
1964 .................... 18.818.2:. ..
tmLTIY" SHOONO FUND Avallable'Jsa aryl I ,OPTICAL SERVICE! ;
Cash .SI, : $ QUALITY G1A5.E'S'\
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Cash Available, January 1,' 1964 ..:..:..../. 6,000.00 3 n ,
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six THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA Friday Feb. 14.

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1IlC} jr rttper: 31eUfS ,To, Dedicate ,RouteGtoTlayburnHorne:1 SCIENCE PROGRAM.CLUB PRESENTS II | .. w

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I ,. N:.'- Published' livery Friday Science: Club of Jasper High School e. .

,1. i<(- > Second"Clasi Postage Paid 'at Jasper,' Florida' .,: On Wednesday, J presented: Jan: and assembly student body.8C5.ntohefty Terry ,.....1. :

: .; '- Subscriptions Strictly' in Advancer State Road No. 6 'from-)6edtsalt FenncU' "W:8-dewtionaJ.: ; ( after f I:

;! r .r>' 3.00'in Hamilton County $4.00 Out ide o{:'.County to the Whhlacooche River Vlll be which David Bcmfcry outlined the
: "? dedicated to'the-memory Of Ray development and, of the
of Thanks' 'iV $ l.00 1 Minimum purpose J JI
"ftCanfo . ., ; > at 'ceremony to' '
burn C Home club. Sue Wllliamst then presenteda a.lknm:
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J w%' Telephone SYcamore ,2-6331 : be held on Wednesday, February brief talk: on the new biology Vow Local HedJcal Society sad u.e

; Mr. ,end Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publuhers 19, at 10:30: a.m. The( ceremony course; Harry Davis spoke on Florida Medical!iytsociatioiuSMALLPOX

,- will be held where Route 6 intersects earth science and your reporter I : 'J- I

delicious lunch Route 90 near Madison.Mr. spoke on the new phy.lc coono. ERADICATED? I II

ri F; See. Home was born and rearedin Jerry Smith mounted a few high
,, @ IB Mrs. Jasper. All friends are invited. Jerry Smith recounted few highlights Smallpox virtually disappeared II
Mr Joe
; and Register were from the United States I THE JASPER NEWS
OBIS ( hosts at'a family reunion Sunday, of hitvstay at the Universityof back in the 194P. Until this

"I' C Feb..9 with generations represented. Kiwains Club Florida last summer at the sum disease it eradicated throughoutthe

.. mer Science Institute. Mr. Harold world, 'there U no assurance I :
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Bethea the Club's then up
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Those present?besides,, Mr. and Honors TeachersAt sponsor country a e al i n. Vaccination
continued from page 3 Mrs. Joe Register were the father, presented an interesting talk and against smallpox, discovered in

.j <1parUla Mr. D. H. Registerof Jacksonville, LuncheonThe I demonstration' A movie "The 1798 by Edward Jenner, M.D.. ICLASSIFIED ADS

In Tampa,this week guest ,,Mr.:'and Mrs: ,Jimmy Register, Mr. Rival World", was,shown which an English country. doctor has
of CharKon and Annie Lou Prather I I and Mrs.. John Wetherington of Jasper KIwanis Club lunch was Introduced by LJnda McIn- saved more lives than probably

She'wIll probably on the* return Statesboro ,Mrs. Clara Wethering eon,. held at the Triangle Cafe'on tosh. ...:' any other medicine or pre"entire I LOST-FEMALE :CHOW PUPPY', FOR SALE-DUROO Jersey Gilt

e. trip visit Quen and his family. ton. Mr,, Loye, Register of Jax, Mr. Tuesday February 11, paid tributeto k Don Wetherington ,measure.smallpox Prior attacked to vaccination a heavy I j Gray color and about.two months and four males.: Phone 928-2550,

e a a I I and Mrs.. Don JYazer were there the teachers of Hamilton County I j Reporter majority of persons. An estimated 'told Child's pet. Please call 7925040 Avg. weight ITS, lbs. Itp
by Inviting representatives from fourth of theM died of ......"' .
Many friends of bars Kate Adlcks from Texas. and Mr.. and Mrs. i ( ( if found. etc WANTED-lFirst --
--- -- each school to be guests of honorof I I it and the rest were pockmarked --- -- WORK CUM Carpenter -
:: .-sympathize*with her in the death dol Frank Ltndsey and family, Mrs. the club. 1 Guest Speakers At for life.Vaccination FOR SAVE-BABY BED and Highchair and!: roofing. Call C.
S her sister Mrs. Lila Sledge of.Minnie Stormant, Miss Gussye Cheshire is not only routine
I- Mr. W. W. Bradshaw, retired 1 I anS"'other furniture. Mrs. Thompson, Live Oak, 36233.91pMn.
Jacksonville. j : ,,Mr. Jerry Osboum, Mi arid in this country but travelers -
f. Mrs. Sledge who has been ill for Mrs,;J. W Shaw and family, Mrs. county the superintendent appreciation, briefly of the Club expressed First Baptist' from foreign- areas to the Turner Bryant., .. t Itc I, ..-Annta;; ,.Rboden: -: has 4 4-roomi

.t, marry' months died Monday night.' Juanita Des and baby Angela, all members and the citizens of' Hamilton r vaccination U.S. are required certificates.to'InOW' In HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by Furnished epartmRut 'Ior'r4nt-:

e The funeral was Wednesday afternoon i",of White Springs. .County: for the very This Sunday many countries in Asia ,Africa Mddaay.i week, or month. Alapaha I Private bath/ Call ':1tTrs.t Jpnn)

in OaJ awn Cemetery. t It was a glad day for aH concerned errt' of teachers in the and South America smallpox is ; tta Taylor \ ;.tp ,- .
Billy and Mayreid Adlcks went day that binds families clos] corps excel-I I still a threat Quarantineauthorities
blie then introduced Mrs. Mr, Fred,jj rry, an active layman .
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with Mrs. Adkkf Tuesday to Jacket er. at ports of entry are USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR Upholstering Needs Mattresses, renovated
.. Stephens, Director of Special in the. JParkview Baptist becoming more stringent in instating Sale. Good condition. $40 and furniture upholstered, ven-i
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sonviOe. The others ?
ions Eugene vices in Hamilton County schools, Church of Lake City, will bring the that arriving travelers '
; Radio Jasper
$50.
Mannings Repair :
MtJ A. of 1 tian blinds rebuilt we upholster
Logan Cypress,
and John and their families Joined: : have valid International Certificates
the "Value of in the service.Dr. "
who spoke briefly on message morning
: phone 19221' tie make
Florida died last week and automobiles and seat covers.-
early of Vaccination Re-
them for the funeral services. or
Dedicated Teacher" and the I John Miller will be '
the speakingin ''
was burled there after funeral services vaccination against smallpox. Come to wee us. .
Influence of the Teacher Upon the-, the evening service. Dr. Miller .Recent small outbreaks of I MIMEOGRAPH ALL FLORIDA MATTRESS and
The Wesleyan Gu'14' met MO"Id.v at the Methodist Church. Mr. .
sills" I- has been in the field of education imallpox in England said to I PAPER UPHOLTERINO COMPANY
called
evening February 10 at the homeof Mrs Logan was familiarly
the schools teacher and have originated India have
Teachers representing as administrator lorI in
200 Pine Street Live Oak, Fla.
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"Uncle Albert. White ami Colors
Evelyn Shepherd on MulberrySt. alarmed authorities.
were M.,.. Minnie Shiver, Jennings, over fifty years. He was assoclated Frequencyand
'The home was decorated with a He__ was the.%rother of Mrs. J. I speed of international I Phone F02-3143 tic-
with THE JASPER NEWS
Mrs. Mildred Shiver, White Springsand [ Brenau College, Qalnesville -
travel are increasing the risk of
snyrald of camelias from the Mabel V. McCall of Jeimingc and one other
!Mrs. Billy Payne and Mrs Harry ,Georgia4or thirty He
years. the spread of smallpox from,
Black gardens, Odessa Smith gave sister, Mrs. Laura,- Norton with T. Reid of Jasper. I I has been teacher cf the Men's Bible one country to another. Travel1ers I FOR SALE.-.HOUSE In Jasper, Georgia Plate Glass Co.

the program on "The Asian Missions wlem:he Avid SENIORS TO PRESENT PlAY Class of theUFlnst Baptist Church by air, infected a few days I $3500. Others priced higher. Sec .Store FronU

""V of the Methodist Church.: i The familj "atte }d1ng the funeral The Senior Class of Jasper High I for the past several, years. prior to their departure. from a1 'Robert Ehlert or W. U Bryan, Reg. .Mirrors' Keallvered ,

Reports were heard from the recent were Mr.: arufMrs. J. V McCall, School is proud to present its SeriOI'play ( foreign country, may not develop -| Real Estate Brokers, Jasper UcSAVE&AVE8AVEI .Tab Encloswrea' Shower
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,I district meeting In Tallahassee Miss Myrtle: Jennings of Jacksonville entitled "CaJMng all Cars" It 4II CLUB at symptoms their destination until after, srrivall-],! 215 W. Savannah Ave. ,CH2, 285
Doctors J. V McCali Jr. and '
Marlon JWorley Lurlene Johnson ,
evening, Gall Carter creasing the risk of unsuspected VALDOSTA
will be presented Friday our president, open-
of 'and 30-gal glass lined water heaters,
:Inez IMarable Evelyn Shepherd Logan Jennings Daytona -
contacts.
February' 21, at 8:00 in the. high ied the meeting. We had our de-
I spoke on what the most Impressed I Mrs. Madeline Hancock Palatka., Ivotional Vaccination has been done 74.95( ; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189- '
them individually: Mrs. Booth and, ..' The many friends of Mrs. McCall school auditorium. Added attractions and pledged to-the flag.. millions of ,times all over the 95 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Frceezers FARMERSMONEY <
will be music by the element'Then Mrs White took'over. i world, but there are (19996( 473 lb. Freezers
Mn. Turner were special guests'' would offer their sympathy in her 1 arias ; Upright .
school's rhythm band and a She introduced to and where there'are vaccinationlaws
us matting no
ary $23995 647-lb. Upright Freezers for farm operations -
; your
II The hostess served delightful refreshments sorrow.. popular soloist We, hope everyonewill I framing,pictures -Mrs. White I or such laws are indif
during the social hour. 'e. $299,95; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost at reasonable cost Terms

I j, J The Jasper Home Demonstration ''!.[ .,Don Drown' (nee 'Miss Vera attend.Reporter then handed 'out pamphlets We ferently. .-managed.. ... Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freezer to fit your' needs. Loans up to
Marrlet Gibson talked about -11 Camp which will -- $249.95 w.t 5-yeaf warranty, at 7 Can North Florida Production
years.
I \ 'dub met Thursday Feb. 6 for, a .Tyre I was' Complmented with a "
be in Augus the third week. Manning's Radio Service call 792- Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
I bridal the
I '' spend the day serwing at the shower last week, '"at.
i'' '", Power Lounge home of Mrs. ''A. B. TyreThe Suwannee "County and Lafayette MALICIOUS.I 4421, Jasper tic I Live Oak. Tel 362-2583

\ I They were making apron for', ladies of',the -New Hope Baptist r'r County 'will"'go.to' camp'with us.
Gall Carter 6losed the meeting. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY
sale the coming Foster'. Church were hostesses. WOODSBURNING
at Stephen c.a. Your 4-H reporter, in Live Oak Florida for all yourmusical 1 Acre for sale near Jasper. All
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Festival: At lunch time they went \fr ,'Urown was a June, 63,i 'i. needs from organs and cleared and' fenced. Only $1,000.

,I ,to the Mary Ard! restaurant for a graduate of Jennings High.TRANSPLANTERS. .... Kathy pianos to records and record play- See W. L. Bryan 792-2985. or Rob-
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friends delighted to make it beautiful .I night at the"home of Vernon Smith radio. Also Small appliances. Man Hogs out of Sears Roebuck pity

and to bring; gifts to the,young with 19 members present. The nings Radio Service, Jasper 792- Chain. Good breeding stock. Call
couple.. program was interesting Af '792-6331. tfc-
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meeting, ,delicious refreshments _._
I ,.."' '.. '.. ., The M. G. Bensons of Sylvester, werejsdrved., .- .. .." .' ". --..--. .
t \ Georgia, were here on a Sunday -BUrline, Culbreth, r a -

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r CIRCUIT COURT ". brought 'In .JJ Circuit Court for 'Ha:, t QtI -

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT mllton Cuunty1.lf'lorlda against ail
,,9 HAMILTON COUNTY persons claiming- any .tAt., right
FLORIDA title or interest In. or Hen upon the
IN CHANCERY followingdescribed real property I '
LINDA PHILPOT situate I In Hamilton County Florida:
Plaintiff to-wltt : -NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE-!
-.- Lot 1, Caldweir* .fit. ,., --T ''tor JI
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t .. f"61t -,' G.: R. PHILPOT, Hurvert I lily kofS31. Florida '
Defendant i BLACK AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR
et IN THIS NAME AND BY THE AU. and you are hereby required rtto file I r e,
THOR1TT OF THE STATE OF with the CUifcof laid your PICTURES
OR
t FLORIDA i i written appearance ,(I'criinallj, or e SLIDES
TO 0. R. PHILPOT written appearance (pertonally. .r '
whose residence and address ULdllfnt'ton or before the lith day -of )larch. A. e Films For Sale
t North Carolina; car ofNorweod D., 1) 4. after the issuance of this Other FilmBring
Brick Company: tummoaa); and thereafter to ale *er- Polaroid Film 35 m.m. Color Film
'- A worn bill of Complaint has.; vice on the oppoelna I counsel l and
nr been filed In thin. Court aralntt nil I with said Clerk,your written de- '
; ,. you, the relief therein Bought betas fosses. If any, to the complaint. the SEARS & SONS I i Your Rolls To .
llrorce. You are required to answer lme: prescribed by law therein let-
,.'i'it. aid complaint' on or before February ting upsth estate. right, title or
U, UUI; furnishing. to C A. Ayrtettj; interest In. or' lien upon the above THE JASPER NEWSSY
Jasperi l Florida; Plalntlffi Attorn.r.i described property claimed by you. .
copy thereof) else decree pro confess Herein fall, not or Judgment'' will be COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE .
will b. entered, against you, entered against you by default. 2-6331
WITNESS MY h.nd'and the official WITNESS my hand and the seal. .
seal of this Court at Jajper of this Raid. Court at Jasper Florida, .
Florida.: this 10th day ,of ;January; this 4th day of-f bruary( A. D. lf.4.Thelm ---.-.r.wr- ----- -- __ Jc- :..._ .
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UUTUEL.\fA LEWIS.Cl : (SEAL ,Clerk Circuit Court of
rk of Circuit Court Hamilton Countyby .
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by Alice Jones, D. C. Alice Jones, Deputy ClerkIN
C A. Avrlett .
1 Jasper THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
Jan. 1i zflgd.b.| 7. II :THE THIRD JUDICIAL RegistrationBooks Open .,

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IN CIRCUIT COURT, FLORIDA.IN .
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHANCERY
HAMILTON COUNTY OLIVER, $ILER.

FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY. -.Plaintiff.. The Registration Books are open in the

HOWARD FRANKLIN!' MtCALL.Plaintiff FLORIDA HU 1 .ILI R.I .

i 1 -- I INTHENAMEANDBTTHEAUTHORITY Defendant Office of Supervisor of' Registration in Court-
' 1 OF THB STATE
WITH FERTILIZER SARAH BRYAN: MtCall.
Defendant OF FLORIDA in County
day for all qualified electors -
t IK THB NAME AND BT THE AUTHORITY i TO: FLORIDA MAR SILERwhose douse every
.i ; OK THE STATE OBf residence and address I.I -

: [pw EQUIPMENT FLORIDA I SARAH ITO BRYAN HeCALL. unknown A sworn bill of complaint .having who are not registered ,under the permanent

\\t wboee residence and address 1.car. been filed in this Court against you
Iiau ef Sarah Style Salon, Troy; the relief therein sought to being divorce Registration system.IN .
; you are required answer
: North CarollnatA :
\ ); ; AccuBey. Thafs the pinpoint placement power of the Powell worn bill of Complaint har- raid complaint en or before March (,
11(4 to Odin M. Hender
I \1 ..rP 42F" Transplanter with Fertilizer Equipment Pinpoint placement ,log rou.,been the relief fled to therein this Court aoucht against being son,;Jasper furnlihlnf, Florida Plaintiffs At.sorney JENNINGS registration application certi- .

iti'i eliminates wasted fertilizer and fertilizer injury. With the Powell divorce. Too are required to answer a copy thereof else Aecree ,
pro confeiao will be entered against
:. "42F" is in fertilizer. and said complain oa or before February 'au. also available from Mrs W. J. Tooleat
I I no plant placed Transplanting fertilizing U, 1).4; furnishing to C. A. Arrlett; i) WITNESS MY- hand and the official ficates are .
I accomplished in only one trip. Jasper| Florida; I'ltlntitrs Attoraera seal of thla Court.at Jasper.
cop thereof; else decree pro con- this ,Jrd day of, February, Jenmnss Bus Station. .
fenso. will t. entered against flI.I4a.
you.
? Look at the results.
Important Pinpoint placement power means WITNESS MY hand and the effl. ''Thelma
faster starts for plants, uniform growth, hifher yields. It means more rial seal of this Court at Jaapsr, Hend.rwo of Lewis Circuit Court IN WHITE SPRINGS they are available at
Florida this I0th day of January;
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dollars per acre on final crop returns a fact established by Odle II.
proven A.D. 114. ,
/ Jasper Florida for the
the North Carolina Extension Service in conclusive demonstrations THELMA LEWIS, Feb. 7 14 SI SI: Mar City Hall with Mrs. Pauline McKinnon
Clerk of Circuit Court
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spanning a two year period. by Alice Jones D. C. ROTICE'OP HAWK OH PKRSOS
f } C A. ATriett. APPHARING TO BB OWNERS OP convenience of qualified electors.
Jasper, FloridA' ABANDO KD PROPERTY
STARTS PLANTS FASTER INCREASES YIELD JaDe 17 14 lit Feb. 7. 14 Pursuant
I IN CIRCUIT COURT. litder Florida 1 Statute.of Unclaimed,.titled: Proper."Flortpupoeltlon Books will close April 5 and remain closed

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Act aotlco Is hereby given that
IN AND FOR HAl : .t. persons listed below appear to until five days after the primaries in May.If .
ILTON COUNTY, be tre owner of unclaimed personal
-.. FLORIDA.IN .' lat.nlrlbla
property presumed
; FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION SEE JOUR CHANCERY: abandoned. .
/
: MAJOR LICE WILL COLA Account Number S,OUS- OOI. a p. during
I".\ f KRJWKCT KOBIMSO! BHNBBT parent owaeri Nunn J. U or Mn. have not registered do so at once -
;ti POWELL DEALER OR WRITE POWELL MFO. CO. KAGLER, W. D. StANDERS ..; Jennings; Florida. you '
j ..* CHARLIB IAHRI5..5 Information concerning the amount :
; .r, TnaWe of P...1.. ..*!.... Mar or description. 'of the Property and regular office hours.
( tlat CB.rckt .( Jaa..... Fiends, the name and address of the holder
iJt4C.) DRAWER 635, BENNETTSVILLE. S.C. .Plaintiff*_ may be obtained t>. rtar.: the person property possessing n v

All ........ .1...... ..y estate by addressing aa Inquiry to Ray E. 4 .
is. State Sincerely
/-11 Flab till r latcreet Oren Comptroller Administrator
or u.. ..... the '.1 property" ; Abandoned Property Dlvls. ,
'. .**.!. .described. .r '*y part. loa, Capitols T..llaltauoeFSerida..
thereof Be sure to mention account tiumber' ; "'
I DefenduiU. same and addreaa. as published In ANNC.MALPAS
-- THE) STATE OP FLORIDA. TO I ibis notice.\ Unlessi proof of owner-
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All claiming any .tat*. hip .la presented t. the holder bye
Fight tr.IID: In or Hen epos April SI ll | thdeliver.b property will be of RegistrationPACE
:: Supervisor
NEWSOME FORD TRACTOR CO. the real property heroin described the AdministratorThereafter '
or any part thereof; Defendants" all further claim must
ORKBTlNOfltYo be diraetrl:; to the Administrator.Ray .
Jasper Florida kre hereby notified that a B. Oreen. -- --
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JENNINGS"'WINS AS BASKETBALL Jasper City: Lump A 4 J1


f FARM''FOR. : SALE -. TQJRNA1IENTJETS, :. (: UNDER. WAY Leaving CUy| Council,TownThe received this [OBITUARIES "CARDS OF.H

);S ; ;*>, 7 .." TheSuwarrueeL unteretc.''roue went on to an easy victory.In week a lease from Owens-Illinois
nament got under way Tuesday the' second game Jennings Company for a two acre plot of land L THANKS ;
night with two games being played. coasted to a one-aided victory over two and one-half miles north of
200 acres NEAR JASPER The first game saw Mayo lose to 1 I I Newberry by a score of 79 to 40. Jasper on the Bakers Mill Road l

North Marion In a real crowd pleas-:'[Jennings started off strong and by This plot Is to be used as a dumpingarea CARD OF THANKSThe
1 MRS. JANE THOMAS
er. North Marion came out the half.time, led by a score of 44 to for refuse and trash. The new BOX members of the foils D.
only $150 per acre winner by a score of 62 to 60. It I 126. During the second half, Jennings dump will be operated as'a unwary: Mrs.of the Jane Thomas Box, 86, widow :MrCiUough family wish to express '
late E. B. Box of Hamilton
was a seesaw game until the third played their second team land fill in which all refuse and gratitude and sincere thanks to '
quarter when North Marian pulled(i I and they too outscored hapless trash will be dumped into trenches County and a resident of the friends and neighbors for that
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Into the lead. However, Mayo came Newberry. and then covered with two feet of kind thoughts expressed In( word
w. L BRYAN 792-2985 back strong: in the fourth period to!I I Both games Wednesday proved earth. This dumping operation will died at her home Tuesday evening.. deed and prayers, dining his illness .
tie the score. In the last three se 1 I that throughout the remainder of I be more sanitary and also elimi: February Olneu.. 4th foHowtnff an extended and death. The thoughts

-or- sounds, Pruitt of North Marion sank the tournament, some fine basket i nate the present city dump that is rifts flowers and food were great
ROBERT EHLERT 792-6331 a lay-up to score the winning two .ball will be played. As the games adjacent to Evergreen Cemetery.I Mrs Box was a native of Georgia ly appreciated.

points. proceed, the pace will quicken and I The City Council ,began seeking moving; to Columbia County in ear. Mrs. Gertrude Q: MCmugh
-I'V'IOor.-Registered.-Real.Estate.. B okra.t. ,.iA"1; i njthe second game Branford-deJ afford.the,fan*,opportunity J. K..sultaWeilocatlon tor artdty: dumpin IIY..cN1: thood she. .residing, there until **Mrs. I. ff. McCuUougiand
when moved
to Hamilton
feated Chiefiand by the score of view some excellent basketball. I the early months of 1963. After Family
49 to 40. This was a close game The semi-finals will be played Fri. visiting several sites, the Council County; where she has resided Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston
e all the way) with Chlefland leadingat day night beginning at 7.00: p.m. decided on the site located on the since. She was a member of Evergreen

AS half-time by four points. Branford with the finals Saturday night. The Bakers Mill Road. The necessary Baptist Church. CARD OF THANKS

? came back in the last two !I preliminary game Saturday night contracts resolutions, and leases Survivors are three daughters T w "h t ot.lce this method of ,

periods to go ahead and kept the will find\ the Wllllstort girls taking were then made and has now culminated : Mrs D. F. Norris, White Springs. thanking my friends and relativesfor ,t
lead until the end |on the girls: from Mayo. The final into reality. Dumping operations Mrs! : Fred Vlning and Mrs. the many Idnd acts and won t l
GtW O Va Both of Tuesdays games were game, regardless[ trf' I(;yrho J plays, in the new dump should ford Morris, both of Lake City:: MU.I derful service during my stay in .
S well played games:and gave ,the t should really be a. Keenly: fought start within the next two weeks. I sons, Alfred Box and John Frailer the hospital., .
large crowd many thrills and moments -'contest. The old dump at the Cemetery Box. both of Lake City: twenty-alx I Russet Rhoden "
,. Chance of anxiety. j Basketball fans ar.I for a treat will then be cleaned up and levevl- grandchildren: and twenty-Ave great
In Wednesday night's first game, for the remainder of the week as ed. This is one more step toward I grandchildren. CARD OF THANKS
a lop-sided{ score was recorded as these fine teams battle'fo rthe win cleaning up our City and making Funeral services were conducted: We,wish,to .take this method of
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Willlston romped over Greenville IDen' spoil. Good basketball and It a better place to live. Friday .at the Chapel of Sheriil- expressing cur sincere thanks for
rjLa, NOW! by the score of 65 to 30. By half.!exciting. competition will''be on tap The City Council wishes to express Guerry Funeral Home with Rev. all the cards letters, food flowers
time, YVilllston was weU ahead and I for the nexxt three days. their appreciation to the J. O. G. Ovens of Trenton officiating and assistance during the death of -'f

T, Bridges estate, and Owens-IUI assisted by the Rev. Sayer Canova. our loved one. May Cod's richest
I nois Company for the lease on Interment was in Corinth Ceme blessing. be with )011.
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BRIGHT POND (JASPER) CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ,your s

BAPTIS CHURCHRev. Jasper LOCAL Get New Clear Sky View .
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STORES
Vernon Blackburn, pastor r

Sunday School ..._....... 10.00 a.m. I Pastor: Rev Fred Herring JANE3VHXE. WIs. Under- 4
MorUnir Service _.__ 11 :00 a.m. Sunday School .........10:00 a.m. .
...._..__.... 6:30 rrouml wiring for a residential
Training Union .
Morn Service,,.,........ 11:00 a.m. irtdltUtoo It not unique. but
Evening Worship _... __ .. 7:30
Midweek Prayer Service?every Training Union ......*.... 6:30 p.m. lice InsUllit'an! technique used .
la a new development here U
VTeJntJday at ''30 ]I.m. Evening Service ......!. 7:30 pm. "I
_ the first of Us kind In the state
JASPER FIRST METHODIST Prayed Meeting Wed. .. 7:30: p.m. SCIENCE SKETCHES .The subdivision Second Clart- .'
The Friendly Charcn" moat Fart 'was laced with a
N. E. BOOTH, Pastor network ot trenches dug about
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)AK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST
SERVICE A PRODUCTION LINE three feet deep. Electric power

Sunday ORDER School OF... .... 9:45: a.m.'Morning Between Jasper and Jenningson : turned out flint spearheads and telephone cable then were
highway 41 I 9.000 ia o "fac laid In together without regard
Worship 11:00 a.m. is: yean ago .
Sunday Mom.Bible Study 10 toll to separation by type. Separation
Everyone y invited ....... tory"aearthepresenttowne of the cables is no longer
Worship Service 11 to 12
of Coshocton Ohio
EVENINC'zrERVICES according required, sine the ittte's public
Junior Fellowship ..... 6:00 p.m. Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 I to a report from service commission has amended .. .
Jr. High Fellowship .. 8:00: p.m. Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00: Case Institute of Tech its code .covering such. install

Youth Fellowship .._ ':00 p.m. Phone WE8-2091 .J notogy. Most of the blades tlons. ,
Worship Service 7:00 p.m. ,FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH / i were used by tribes around Allls-Cbalmers undertook the ,1
Social ,Hunr 8:00: p.m. project on a "turnkey" baeis. In i)
Youth Sayer Canova, Pastor. ,.d LaUEric.ORDINARY .
acting general the
as contractor
Wednesday Hour of Power7:15p.mBETHEL : Sunday School at .............. 9:46 company not: only supplied pad. iR
- -PRIMITIVE--- BAPTIST Morning Worship ?..._11:00 a.m. i I mounted distribution transformers ". -L
Training Union ........ 6:43 p.m. I
a.m'.aeh but
Sun. provided
Bible Study at W Evening Worship ....:....... 8:00 0 elj and handled trenching sereIce 1J
Church Service 11 a.nt. 7 pjn. : procurementand
Prayer Services Wednesday I
; iftstallsUoa of cable.
Sundays each Month I
4 at 7:30 P.m. J
PBYE S:Cl8 p.m. 'each xSna laj _,. Tim project called for 12.000'' I_
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Elder L. M. PoVane. pastor I Ii JASPER CHURCH OF ,COD lineal feet of ,trenchta lnlud (
: GLENN PRIDGEN, Pastor : log S.IOO feet to accommodate
--i: spERPRE! YTER Sunday School '..?_.? 10>00 a.m I. telephone cable. A small portion ::1
CHURCH SERVICE rt"-j Morning Worship ....... 11:00 sum. of tao telephone cable wu put ,

The Rev. William W. Van Evening Worship ........ '7-00 pjn "I........ I into went a Into separate a common trench trench- most with Weighing" only' Ml pounds and ttKJnehes high": an Allle-Chalmers'
Monday School .........9:45 a m. I Wednesday. II'..' tt too olectrio cable, transformer 'Installed .In a Janecvllle, WI., ouMlvloloit' 'Is easily.I "$
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Services .__-- Ug i I Prayer Uecting__ I'M ,.... -------- -. I '. AllH4alaers used maneuvered '''te'llc, on 'Its concrete pad. The subdivision' Ic the. 1
'-- Y.P. E. ?....;,..__'730 ,.... tao small- first. In the state with both electrical end telephone wine !burled "i
JASPER 'ADVENT-i SAUD4nixed! with set crawler. tractor.la its line, together In a common. tre,, h. Tho underground wiring' system elk' 1
CHRISTIAN BURNHAM CHRISTIAN. liquid sodium sil cON con be hardened aa HD4 equipped vita frontloader minatec overhead poles and wires Allls-Chalmers' acted as general. 3
Rev. Travis Carter CHURCH ,in seconds ''n\o'a glasslikc I some of and the rear t.rellela.cutUnK tacUxoe and for contractor for the entire,project. .'

Sunday School ...10 a.ID.I Paul H. Stewart Pastor refractory material" impervious A JUNKY cocktail dm can be filling. '
Morning Service I00 a.m. : Sunday School each Sunday' 10:00 even to molten steel reports CarI knitted 'In two hours by a new The company's SI'kilovolt ampere the city's I.r\-'eol'northeast aid, and condo It .considered prefer>>

Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Church Snvlce Second and Fourth *: Jox. Carbon dioxide gas Is blown machine developed fa England I transformers, designed to tftllitr died by the'Wisconsin are being Power' sup-AJgbt Standpoint able not only because from it aa eliminate eitactic

Wednesday night: Sundays .....,............ 11:00: through t'hf material to trigger called the Taylor Knitter. ,Yam bo Inconspicuous and resting 011concr.t. .Company and Wisconsin ,aboveground poles and overhead
Chclr Practice 1:30 p.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and a reaction that hardens it. The goes ia one end of the computer- bases are. positioned Telephone Company. wires (both electrical and telephone .
prayer Service ....J.> 8:00<> gf; Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 'method used ro male cores and controlled device and the .dress throughout. the lOMot abdrrislon. > Underground residdadalwn, ) but It Is .also free from
lag is not unique Itself, but it storm and other above-grooad
metal foundries. out the other.
CHURCH molds for
DIVONIA BAPTIST JENNINGS METHODIST comet .- TbojubdlTisloa U situated on I .is far from commonplace ia !I..... I destructive forces.
Trulett M. Comer pastor
Pray"Pastor
"Enter Rest -
10:00: a.ra. SUDdayscbool : Charles W. Rogers Sr. ,
U:00 Morning Worship Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. ( ,
eoo p.m' ................ worship Prayer Meeting each 'Thurs' I p.m.. ; COMPLETE SERVICE t '"'- :_I' "'
1:00 pm' ...... Evening Worship Services 2nd and'4th :' y
Wednesday night Prayer ,Sundays at 11 a.m. and, at 8 pro : : : 4y
'_ '%:30 p.J 4 -
Meeting ;
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :vt; .. I 1
01' COD Rev, N. M. Rowell pastor '
1j LAKE CHURCH ,
Sunday School ..... 10:00 a.m. Sunday 'School every ,Sunday at Business And Personal Printing ;
Y.P.E. Sunday .-_ 6:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. ; ) :
Prayer Meetln" Thun. 7 SO p.m Preaching,'11:30 a.m. ft 7:30 p.m. ,
_.... e:80 ,
Training Union tar :. :
_. WHITE SPRINGS Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at I ) .t'; '' ; .

Sunday FIRST Rev School c.-, E.--_(Bailey_"-_CHURCH, ln Pastor: a.m. MISSIONARY..,:301l.m.BAPTIST_ .:'', ;,'v NO JOB' TOO BIG : : : : : NO ,JOB. TOO SMALL <, >j -.1.f'l!J'" ;

11:00> a.m. "
Morning Service "f
Florida "
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Training Union _--- 7:00'p.m. Nathan Wooley, Pastor -' "
8:00 p.m.
Evening Wednesday Services, prayer, service 8 p.m. Sunday School __..10:00 .a.m. LETTERHEADS '," BUSINESS CARDS WINDOW .CARDS :," ..1. 'J'! '.
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Preaching r '
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FIRST METHODIST : '. POST CARDS } RULE FORMS
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Rev. Harry Goddard 11:00 a. m. and :30 p. m. STATEMENTS ; '

Pastor School ___ 10:00 a-m. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday ; .. .. .
Sunday('A elass for every a". group) at 7:30 pjn. ENVELOPES ,' -'. .. ,; 4';, HANDBILLSTICKETS MAGAZINESBOOKLETS ,j jr ,
Service ....... UOd' a.m. .'
Worship FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHJ. ', r
Youth Fellowship _...... 6:00 p.m.PASTOR'S Pastor'Sunda b., .k ,' ; J"
SCHEDULE WI| Tittsworth INVOICES' ;', ,: 1'1; r ,

White Springs 11:00 every a.in. Sunday at Morning,. School Worship____. 11:00 10:00 a.m.a.m. ,I*.*. ? BROCHURES .. 'PROGRAMS ANNOUNCEMENTS '.' .50 INVITATIONS ,":; ..rr a t G1 : ,j,

Sundayat naming Union _.. 6:30 pjn. .
Third
Swift Creek, 3:00 each: p.m. Evening Worship ..... 7:30. p.mr : ,: .
7rfX)-Prayer meeting: '
METHODIST CHURCH r
FIRST

STATENVILLE.Brooker.GEORGIA Pastor GREEN OF RIDGE COD CHURCH Needs Call Us First \i

Sunday Allen School _".- 10:00] a.m. Rev. Earl, Deal Whatever '. Your Printing ,:::

Worship Service 2nd and 4ttSundays Sunday School <.,._..... 10:00 a.m. ;:' .
_._....._.._ n:00 jn' Morning Worship ,..?_ 11:00 ara .
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at Wednesday Night 1:30 P.m :
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Prayer Meeting? Each Thursday at Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30 .a.e..u -- .L i. REASONABLE PRICES ,
8-00 :p.m.' HOME AND OFFICE '
IJTP Social Hoar Each ThursdaJSUWANNEE JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1;: Coronet Wedding Line .

CHURCH OF CHURCH Staple Machines & Staples .1' ''fP' FOR I t
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Sunday School each Sunday. INVITATIONSANNOUNCEMENTS
THE NAZARENE Florida 10:00( a. m. Adding Machine Paper Roll TOP QUALITY JOBS
Facfl
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Bert E. Wheeler and eveningOld Typewriter Ribbon Carbon Paper \
I Sunday School ........ 10:00: A.M. I time Gospel Sing last Friday : i'W 0 R K .
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Preaching Service .....11:00: A.M. each month ............. I p.m. Typing PaperManila 1;, .1i ., '
Eveing Service .......- 7:30 PJ4. .' See Samples in Office .
[ Wednesday Prayer Meeting Jj3* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mailing Envelope I GUARANTEED ,..I ') 4 ,
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA .J .
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"oORINTn"MSSIOyABYBAPTIST: D. W. Kaaaoa, Pastor ; ; ; '7 :ar\
CHURCH (Services Each Sunday) I ( "v r,. "J, 'i' ''f[' ;.
Rev P. M. Allen Pastor Sunday School _..,.- ., 100 LJIP ",. r" ': ,. ...! ,t l .,).. ;

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ayer meeting Wed.CHURCH at 7:00 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL WHITE SPRINGS HOLBfZSS: P. O. Box 32 I otbe 2J'apet JeWSr I :\ f' SYcaritore 2-6331

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