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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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
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COUNTY JASPER I FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1964 'VOLUME 94, IJ.r
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t Oral' RabiesTlinicThis I SUWANNEE, RIVER" DONALD TYRE WINS SHAD BRYANT AWARD '
John:'E.,Matthews, Haydon Burns : Type,HSabin AUTHORITY GETS ;


QualifiesForGovernor;, Qualifies_For: Gov.Haydon .;;: :,Vaccine Sunday ,Saturday Feb. 29 f BROCHURES .. w

n \ ,Bums, 'a ,leader:amons The,Health Department issues, i A I On Saturday February 29. The Suwannee River Author-

I the gubernatorial'' candidates lrI960 reminder that a feeding of Type the Health Department 1'JV of which this County is a 4t

State Senator:. John:E. Mathewi; 'puaI Ied' In Tallahassee ten 11 Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine will be annual rabies, immunization member, recently: awarded aeonfriiet'n1oI'S11,000ifor'
'' 100,-*:
Jr, ofjjacfcsonville." ft t-candidate tbIt .. -Cl9t'1 .n
+- -- to""annoancet' for ',the,"'race, was citfiem"of'a1l'wmlkaWK:thefrsideratlon .C i First clinMwtll be, at the, 000 "to-notch" brochures of
ena.bl1n8m.ete Feeding station be set In Station, In, JaVper. A this, section of Florida. Robin-
:standing at the counter of pie Secretary and help "in. will up
of ,State'a':office' at floor ) bep ne'A-.gpyemaforaa: : Fkrlda. > Jennings at the Town Hall from 2 will be avamible to immunize I son's. hC9rpors'ed. of Orlando r
Tuesday, (February'-first hour .'""''tV \ P. M. to 4 P. M.:. White Springs .t from 9 'A.,Jkl. 'to 5 P. ),1. on Is. doing the work ot.asse"-

in which: a candidate: can legally The, 51-yeae' old' business man the Health Clinic from 2 P,.M.1 to above stated dale,On the fcllrg and printing the brochures /

qualify... and public' administrator. who haw '4'P, M,:-,and Jasper\at,the ItealtlDepartment two Stu *lj|| March 7;"and,) I ,. The' first shipment Is ex- .
The', 'candidate announced: that served Jacksonville toe 13'success. from 12 Nooo tiil/l ,]Nibs Veterltarian will be at ptcted to be delivered to the

if hl. .paJgrr will the'tun: '"withoutthe > Jve 3' an.as mayor duriag,th?cltyi P., ;M., ** "! lugs,and \VUjt to Springs : Authority office )1n Cross City

{ ,\.* %.'Pr n Wt..MeatpeotS',6l: greatest growl 'b1u edi te1f'iet Dutire: the week of April 6 through ely for t\be #fl lI'Ie purpose..Ite, I About March lit

e ,pasta races' for, high, offices, 'In out to carry his!campaign: to the I 10,.Individual will be able trelieve < be \iln' Jennbtn at the Town The:: purpose of the brochures '' !
people of the Itate."I'formally of 1. from 9 A. J*.. to 13 Noon and visitors! vacationers a4
which other have promised I the a make up dose Type the into ,attract t
voter of another area still some- qualifying and est U, or 111 Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine at Town Hall < : and retirement person" to

thin gelae.: tablishing this candidacy' for gover at the Health Department In JasperR. WbJtesprh Saturday. morn1 ur 'ire a, The brochure will be
9 AM, to 12
'pL: ,have no magic wand, that nor I call: on' all citizens of allwalks ----1- distributed through) Florida
Immunization will be
and economic levels for theIr charge Welcome Stations, the Florida
consideration and help. It will 1\1. (Mitchell\ ) per pet. The,:Veterinarian lias Showcase: In New York pub- 5-

be necessary that I continue ,to gel requested to pave distemper. : t, lie places throughout the twelve y
: Holcomb Makes ,
grass:roots' support If I am to- be cine available! for those who eounty'area of the Suwannee 1
successful In providing'leadership Senate to have theW'I ets obtain 'It. I River Country, and through, .t 'I'It
: Race For
For cur state as the governor for ) Every,p 4rowner. In the' answering null inquiries about
..1.1' sincerely qed,to take our section. Pictures and in formatloi -
said in Tallahusee
_Mi-Florida Burns' The son of late Rev E, 'H, Hoia *- age of the**, clinics: ,which : ") regarding all ice'ions
las
trlfte' wa
i v been arranged for! their I of the Suwannee Hirer Country ,
"Judging from ,the reception ,1 t .! will bt veil displayed In the
have received thus far from al! brochure and ''our-people here

w over the state, 'it is',evident that I Joel:Selph' Is are looktu forward to these

am recognized .as an Allnoridaca.ndidate. brochures being of benefit,, This annual: award Is given in memory of the great Union County'
." Candidate. ForCommissioner 4
Bums Indicated his theme as he I Countlei 'who are, members Football Coach: It''Is the highest award given by the coaches and principals ',

juallfled at noon. ,'In government of ,the Authority Include i Ala. of the Suwannee Conference.: It is given for an outstanding all ,

u In business sound planning;'purposeful c"iua. Baker Bradford.Colum.' around athlete (must have played football who'Is of high moral Christ 1

financing and. prudent administration ,I hereby"Announce: that I will bias Dixie,"Hamilton,, Lafayette 'I Ian character, a leader and a good scholar
be reality only candldat.'for the office of Levy;' Madison, Suwannee and '
t can a a
progressive:leader CbmmiMiooer f r'tM First m Union On person from each V. Donald Tyre played football five year, basketball four years, base
ihlp.through I know strong thisYormuia will work Seventh y Commissioner's county Is appointed by the Governor "call fourtyears for Jennings High School. lie also played or Jenningsand !
to serve on the GovernInjr Jasper town teams in baseball This year In football .ConalC got
In old
[or"all Florida as It has done. I am forty-six years ,,
.Jacksonville. and have three chfldren. I iud Board of tile Suwann at least 14 tackles each game. He punted 34 times for a 41 yard averapr. '
would; enable me to"gtve every dI.a lifelong resident of Hamilton River Authority, The primary He averaged 123 yards rushing from scrimmage. He averaged pos lng +

of the itate everything it want and '"Our record out In of terms proven of; glistening progresis ty and hat* been active: 'as a fa purposes of the Authority are for 91 yards per game, and against Crescent City his completed passed '
still keep taxes down', he said asJie spelled I '
Neither kyscrapers.,attractive: 'new indust er for the past twenty-five years to promo'. flood control throu- amounted to 235:yards;
has (
qualified anyone out the river and its tributaries .
I will,> elected, cooperate ; g i
else although some may tell you see added payrolls and modem other Commissioners to ; eliminate hall rd. of and This year!' In basketball, after missing\ most of the game before *

they have. expressways that are nation the envy ol and preserV"" an honest, promote navigational Improvement Christmas,. Donald is:second: highest in rebounds and in points scored
the
"I will only say I will ,provide cities throughout support,, and County I and usage elf recreational ((269 for a, 16-polnt'game: average),
*1ft. retum for your .
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facilities
leadership for a program I believe Prove throughout the ares, '
tnent.
will benefit all of Florida.: will not "Bums pledged to the voters of comb: ""who pastoredgreaj number I your vote I such: as boat ramps adequate Donald has,played\ the state basketball tournament twice: 1961 and!

say one thing in West Florida and Florida, I promise you, and ,every dedicated of churches'!In Hamilton; Suw- support in the forthcoming camping grounds swimming 1962 Up'to'now,Donald ha* scored 803 points for.Jennings; 58 in 1961

another thing in lade County 1 w1R ottken. oT Florida the same and- annee and Joining( tJor ;a areas, etc, '. 223 in 1962nd: ,259. I 963Irt ,
t tadevhlp; cooperation Re lly} submitted,
-" not say another one thine J rural lr'jorli.'. business Jue ernent as.has beeRte4.1..u.l bom great In, number Florida;of moved nan to'Suwann He ,Wai ', ># JOEL SELPH At present ffk-erl of'tile baseball..Donald. ; due-to Ms powerful bat and good eye, usually ,
and ur
, -r' '"-' tfcB sVmt rA* ** w ,..nY Mn. J bl a4beeq .. \, __ Suwannee. River.Authority, ire, hit in tM.:ctean-up I ; foot.' ; vpi -ptfMP&sOviiKrb "'" Tyr 'Wahlon MeKlnney Chairman C ... .. ">
wLuNre and .Wi ", iWv \"iw pfta iPast : .... .. "
SemtoEpatthevdTM:OJ&nduigv'Member* nu*of OM,',of".,h rJ? or1da'r'highest."publih, a resident'in and.out ever"snce':, PR>It(7E( 1 lIf E)NEWS; j, i'from Cross City;*, TootfrowP : .r:. -- 't '\i'ft-. y. J"I '.
ed Most the of
In local schools
Educated: :, o*. ViM-Cfcklnwan, from for Donald f Florida Conference BaskrtbaR '
award North
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the Senate"ta sy'vote,' ,otiwwspipet' l1i p v:t.G.A 1 t j r_ Y Suwannee and Putnam Counties. A Forth e benefltv+of political [ "Live Oak; Herbert Brown, See. ''Suwannee '
1963
Football
the 1963 Conference Team. ;
and : Tournament team,
supporters) preISB ;
men coverinjnhe: esskaand; !their ; member of the Baptist Church: :Married date,and, others who may Treasurer, trim 'Trenton. Suwarnee
mt.explained his experience North Florida Conference Baseball Team, 1983c:> ; Conference e
his In they
last term
editors. In J ; to the former Mlss'BarbersMcIntire'uid material for publication in the J.per
'House in 1961. he was elected "Most gained\u',mayor'oty Jacksonville, nave' three"children News the following ., One recently completed project awards received .Jennings( on the All Suvanneetosder'ence: : ti

Outstanding ynembei"Or: the House with,'tts: own particular form of I was'a member of the last! Is presented: .' v of the Authority Is the Football Team are'Donald, Tyre, Robert Keeling 'Wayne Frier, and ,

'The ward were presented:by the government! prepared him for the Guard attached to St. Johns shipyard Deadline ,for advertising. m engineeringplant for marking Curtis Wetherington. Jennings consider Donald Tyre best all around,

St. Petersburg Times."I ... governor's chair more specifically I also was'a member of the Is ,Tuesday evening, ant for shoals and channels of ,the Robert Keeling best offensive' lineman.Wayne Filer best defensive line't
am asking th*.,voters:to ,do than any,other,candidate.: Florida Highway Patrol. Since ]I Items is Wednesday roan: uwannet River on rhe upper man, and Curtis Wetherington most versatile. r
Jack-
As mayor-commissioner: : __ reaches of the river This work
Just one thing" he said "Compare I ----'t
tired from Construction in I960 i
the records": He win soon present a )tonviSe Burns presides' over the was done by Rader A Associates On the All & .vannee Conference Basketball Team Lavon Burn-
reside small farm in tbe.West.ern
Commission as ,on a : Sing At Church of (Miami'' Through the low.lev
tdminstrative City
program,of some 22 points.! part of Suwannee County At J'I ham leads the Jennings team In most rebounds and most points scored
state el experimental Suwan.
the does over the dam at
power) governor'over the law-making Jack- present I am not engaged in anyTusiness God Saturday nee Spring, It was proved that : ((470)). A* a ,matter of fact In. most every game Lavon, played,in this li

'THANK YOU lonvUle,Qty Council: as the' governor > so I can serve the people a aeries ollow.lnel.damlwould, year he wan the highest rcbounder on the,floor. He has a 22 point game
does overivihe leg 1ahD'e. rf,the 17th. District on a full ,time There will be a sing at the be feasible l on the Suwannee'for 'rrage. Against Greenville Lavon tied the school record: with 38 pts.

I would like to say"Thank..You', Burns said that his administration ase.,I also have a definite object- Saturday February 29,;7.30: P. flood control, fishing enhancement : ?

to the citizens: of Hamilton County, in Jacksonville have always ve for the 17th. Senatoral District Featured groups appearing!on : and general improvement
Nu
for your generous donations to .the emphasized team work and leader- comprised of Hamilton,Suwannee. program include: the of navigation. 3< #

1964 March of Dimes;. ) lip. As a public administrator returned and Lafayette Counties .And will Gospel Trio";;'The Brooks Engineering: plans war staged
I am pleased to announce that we to'office: four times in the ell it to the voters in the next few both of Jacksonville, Florida kit Monday, February 10, WINS !
JASPER FFA TRACTOR'Jj.
have received J83L49 to date. There hrst ,primary he ,cites the Jacklonville weeks, t feet my qualifications and the "Lambert Family" from on'' channel dredging through -'
/ are a few more donations expected. Story as a major recommendation : kucess as a business man, qualifies son, Florida.. (the West pasa of the mouth of _4 1 )nl 't ear tit" < __ ,.A >r t\:; Nl

I My:sincere appreciation! :for. the in.his candidacy for goo ne better to serve the people of the Each of these group are the Suwanne RIVet Into deepwater e
s loyal workers who made this bampatgnsuccsu. -. ;mor. c 17th.; District. trained slngera in the field In the Gulf of Mexico,

: .'Mr; Inez'' McGtiin ,presiding, over"the city government I pledge and sincerely hope the gospel music and we are sure It Is sxpectedrthat these plans

1 and the courageous 'Mothers'who' 'I .with.a sound business an- raters.will Join with me and make will appreciate: the opportunity 'will be complete by ,April lit f
marched in the rain.' Don Wetherington -, roach: we oversee the destines and his a successful campaign: and hear them sing.Everyone and the actual dred work will
Mrs. Helen Adicks.; Mrs 'I every day and guide the expendl-) hen you win have a man in the 1* invited to come begin, about June 1964. The -
Dan Braswell, ures of in annual budget of 91 and enjoy an evening of & work of the Suwtnne RiverAuthority
Jo Ann Burch, Mrs. : Senate who will stand up and fight
I :"JacksonvUIe with us.Special. has \been In import'ant L
0>Jine. Bryant :Mrs. Gussle Cheshire TiUlion, Bums;said> for you.I .
White Springs, and Mrs. McGraw :- toes not have a'city: manager as will campaign note The Trio'wW I' ,part of the proper development *
cities do to administer these act as my own main over for the Sunday School of our area and continued -
in Jennings. nany I
I Commercial _
and the
treasurer
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of this nature
'I ; authorty- Sunday morning service at the progress S
.'unctions other
.
Mrs .Enrunett Dupree ,; or any Bank of Live Oak will be depository rch. sorely ne.ded. ,

4as.aiie.---- '. for all campaign funds. _
JACRS01ML CEREMONYSITE R. M. (Mitchell) Holcoml, I I

uniceettirn tl r way \_
.k. a eyvar '

sa M1. ROOEHEAVER sharing policy: of government a Letters; Us.tAII\ ,. .
PM ATLC& RANCH "
Burns emphasized that by the It, .
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same token his "opponents l I. |hgovernor's ;
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INtVlLLi ,hate: have,tor the"mJfet/ ;tne.taifor l r. ;

1.1taoR part, gained their public service .
;* { 1 experience in the legislature'whichmeeti'for'oidr' ; t' t.. -- ... :: i
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60 days every two ..:..::.. .:.1 ". .
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r t ul to Cn then' ,hcnw bleavethe ... '" '
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ttaeAlt sae 1i.J. TH. fr'ffiile1i5a"people of'Future Farmers'? ;of America was 'on.' of sis
governor and; cabinet 10-;,direct: | .. < ; Jasper Chapter, ,
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public affair and 'expenditure* of I Inners in the S'aMIJn the Mechanizing: Florida ,Agriculture Program ,
r 1:a i a 'i 1 tax payers' money. A* we earn-to an election: I on the other side of UM pomored by the Ford Tractor Dealers of Florida and Newsome Tractor

St .e canddates in the do we stop to consider aR' tracks: ; give us more understanding! Company of Jasper. The presentation was officially made a few weeks)
"Most of the
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t9ateir' t6 'i tALA1'
1 present governor's race have never and all sides of the queittenT If of oppressed that we, may confess ago at the State Fair In Tampa and most of the chapter,u well' as ever- '
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6 of Cod
the ,
but for
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fit to vote There grace
or see ,
activities of ingle person persona there to see It.
directed the : a I II 'local men were
4lMI. Christ lest
oalANootiutTIS directed the expend one candidate rather than go I. Give us. Oh God
LAKC 91 Ml. employees hire oLe single or tax o J1ar. should Christians: go on loving we become hypocrites of hypocrite, ,,Pictured above Is the actW presentation, when the tractor arrived; ,
,tJ/ eIML,, coa t speaking 'Do we first pray pious, lovers of mankind who hate here at Newsome Ford Tractor: Co. Standing at rear are Leonard Bern- (

.. ask God's guidance and do,we people who vote with the' block: buy, A. L. Miller Darryl King Merrill Smith Bob Drescher.Jerry Stew {
._Groundbreaking ceremonies for ,the, long-awaited, to think that the one,, we : who put Job and material gain a- Jim Daughtry and David Smith. At. front are Mr. Joe Newtcme,
issues Fonda' Barge Canal wail be 1a.eld.td .the Jtodehetver :Jerry Smith Enters may not have the vice or- head,of.principle: and true Christian art of Newsome Ford Tractor, Jim Dw away. chapter adviser; Event ..

Boytf Ranch youth pf Palatlca at 2 )Jm"> Fepruary,28.Governor that the either ha* or maybe... living, who worship! in the CHURCHES owner President Mr. Harry T. Reid Cfcuniy Supertntindetr FuMte I
") )Bryatitha.e tited.\Preident\ Johnson to be Race or County ourselves have. or' Holy places but who line up Allen, : Powell Juper,1I1a1i School prtadixa,-

guest of honor. The time' and date ,may be .changed, to 'rr.- HTo Can we pray:,Oh Lord we with the.'swine, who' cannot follow Instruction;;,and Mr, M. L. ,

accomodattlfhe( i:president., i.:'::.* -. ,- Comma loner sorry i sorry that our vision 1 Is I. their'own' ; nlndc but go with the : Chapter,,.winners each'recch/ed a tractor -,
The Canal Authority which will furnish, the ngktaof short-sighted sorry that we eow CAM! YOU HONESTLY I for a year in their cooperative chapter'project to in.' ,t
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wav'and the UtjS., (tArm tCorP9 ofJBnsrieergtjeho; i> the .lij Hamilton County! I on prejudice: ; sorry that we PRAt( rOR"GWDANCEf YOUR ividual'supervised farming programs and for c4D

are in charge of'conttrudion,"are vorJyng together with ,t hereby announce my candidacy seem to tt our feet out of our TUB,POLLS;CONVICTIONS AND VOTE OR COEf and'maintenance: of farm equipment .1 f,1. \ \
the assistance of the Palatka and Marion 'County, and for County Commissioner. of District .. self-righteous mud; sorry that OWN "
Jacksonville Climbers of Commerce and the Florid No. 5. even claim to be' POWER Job and material gain Jasper Chapter's 50 members have,a land lab .plot e. t*- a rea of .

Waterways .Aftoaation.to prepare for the large turnout ,. Your vote and support will be when we 'are so un-Chrlstian lead rout "BAto. Jame. 3rd.Cja: pasture. 5 acres'of vegetables acres: for demonstratlom and 30 acre, tr trof

,. appreciated., our fellow,men.Ye, .. are pter. forest The local Chapter hopes to win use of the traeter for another
-expected. A Jasper
Citizen
.. 12'noon to 1 : Sincerely, Oh Lord,:w* are in need. Give ( "A Jasper that for them theM time
same
'*.. ,'A free barbecue is to be served from > 1 '. Jerry B. Smith a little more love for a few News Subscriber, (7; year by,using; the good practice: won
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'..JIIi jfN fsmo 'buTI'EB ;EYI'211rGs *FJIJL.* NEWS '!FSU, gw-mg r 'To -k- The lastmree yeas hav/TJveJTij ISurShi'save a B; *.
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Q'es s wcri e he lias'tidhB.ferf at DowUn fire
are very glad that two ot our There was no disaprs valrom, *
: 2 Seniors placed In the Miss J.''H. S. \ the".,>,.ri." __A*_* _*er re ejit' Concert ,.prat 3o i' the t

s)e contests Barbara Henderson,was : i .t'. I ';> ;" 4. 01" the "J JI.rt' :ESSFK)
and Gknda Whee 4idngl J I : tiisiversttyaa' 1 Thefendersorm 8! :
second runner up ,. a ".. ,. 4 ).
Ser was Miss J. Jt; 5." ,, concertat! .Mek 'l f tWrI Q4mt.1>f t A4 .4te,,
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i Last TuesdayaruoMt: +g.we hadour' bait ,NIght:}1iAof ', 1XIO 1toa. .- 'leS.l7 Ihf.'t .dt ,bT J'i> 1t rJ'11 CR14i eQ 1
graduation;pictures taken: Itearta>t.; 1'M y. ,*,' .<.A.,< n.', .1d4'J.Addi4 'SmIUtWentse.epll,yt41adaad lrauaagt; tDcn.; acix of 4J..zto\M".laal t
I everyone <'anxious r to got them president Mh1a b. ';; 1IOuAced to.rlsit.her dJDdJen 'afternoon of pleasure to those-.who.
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back and hope,that they turned cut meeting to:ord et: ; ..'1 1panelcAscusalon' '1 .;:. :+ J ,- ,
,Mrs.. Newman and 'a ion Mr.'
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u" good.We ctfth J'Thfvolce group,'selected I by: '
have an old member of out fathfts.on; ."Whtt: : ,lor' In audition' from the student body of f loon Dorman who is quite ill"Betty Virginia Vlckery who,attends N.

class back with a new name that.r '. a mvrjage mei,1Jl6hnberri of the,entire .university, was foundedin A thought attributed s Lou Smith who 1s employed Florida Junior College apentbit

I Margarie Lee.. the panel included Mr;; Kirhy We Ik, IMS by D.r.v.. L. Housewright. WHO Frwnca 19 at St: Vincents In Jacksonville: visited weekend in Madison with several
Our: Invitations came this mornIng Mr.:J.,W. DeVia and Rev.N.: M. who has directed' the Singers for a her parents Mr. rand Mrs. of her college mates.
"You if
and everyone is shelling out Roweil:Alter tK'panel discussion 1 the entire 16ye.ra. Miss Eoltlnsaid. are young your qeor e L. Smith last week.,
Is toward an uncharter star : Jim Black chairman: of the Heart
money ,ImM)", mone)". our recreation trader Sharelrow. The assistant conductor Is !
Fund has been all the "
over
t county.
The Seniors are planning to give ell lea us in several amusing games Lou S. Mlze and the accompanistwill TaleRowell has been up from
Flags are symbols of our .towns an4 "highways; and byways In .
a minstrel in the near future. We'lllet The recreatlonwa.followed byYefrethmeMaa'Evegotre be Mary Carol Warwick. : Fernandbia visiting his grandmoth. ,,'
selves-never attained but a the Interest of the campaign.34 M II
you, known more about it later seemed{ to er, Mrs. Lucile Leslie. He attended . -<:. .
That all for,now! t j have'd good tthey Mogt:e'tutn'wtllcokne The program, scheduled for 3 star steering n try our. Miss Stella kindergarten while Mrs.
moment Katherine and Bob Buckles ot
ft P. M. in the auditorium of the Fos-
.,, .. Se t.. aoon. Leslie was at school. He would take
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J Warner Robins
.r 1 .tJii When the "Colors" were came last week to
1i.aIh'b .. .ua. ;. NHMsFAJSRjJsuaxaCBiaBfei. .
range of seT cT lots, ri.ntD'II'from : T Wf S-rv nni K .- e bls- .. I 'WlI'W lL_
,l1-.y, Ohjstee battlefield Saturday" the two days M spent wiutnis aunt ..kbca4s.ww ..
''I simple folk to extended :
[ ,'\ ,\t, 1''i". compositions In songs larger forms. A ruary 22 the Stan and Stripes( Mabel Mitchell. He Weed the-farm .' ., .'

,. ,.\\"t >' I group of Stephen Foster numbers the Stir and Barsthe the piss and cows. I Up at the IQgh School % group Is
p'. I1Lkb"e. : W.h ,: will be included, along: with select "wH. '< htened and the eyes eel. ..,? presenting at, chapel sonsi note* on

'j, ,.;, m/ I Ions from,Mcyrt." Beethoven and blurred .I" I iSr. and \Mrs. BID Kysear went on I early Jasper history especially the

l, W. Brahms,;antflKveral'.Negro spirit In unison we ptedged,41 ot W 5 weekend to Sampson, Ala. to school story ,
:; uals. n ',to tb.-Flag of-the, United \1 : ; bring home the littlest Kysers,1eni'fen t 1 It Is my opinion that these mites
'America .and to the- ttfrpfbllc and Stephanie who' have'btert-l> > should be filed In the school library

"IC/J.4t1; The Singers ,have made several which it stands one nailed visiting list grand: parents Mr:.and. I'm about to decide. Fm the last ,

t ,tour'throughout Florida, appearedwith God. Indivisible, with liberty, Mrs. Grace.1'! '1,1{I of those who remember and this:
,.......J. ... 'tfie-,acksonI.1DIt.. Symphony Justice for afl", c.. U . 'can't go on forever.

.. ..::. ')' .l_ 'I Orchestra made professional, records We saluted the ,Stars ,and Mr.. and Mrs. Bell Crews and) .
1\ .X' O .tl. .\1.:;). t ;.andjtxwtlcipeAdJn; several., '"I salute the Confederate 'ag ; children: came up on.a l'eCentdQ: -,t
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t ."..r,., rtt tt....,,' n nationwid a.sdloQrtatmu..imf- affection.'reverence; and.. ,., off from his duties on the Gainesjville aJ t '
,m : "o.i, vas programs. remembrance,' Police .)Force; to visit .his Parents. .: \'- -t'

i In addition to White Springs, the I."'. ; .. /.' t*. *"* "l J, t'Mra.II Asud ''Rhoden'\b.s't\ .. .

group's 1964 tour wflJ Include Jack- Sunday" February .16 5 about \ Monday afternoon in the Hebron

laonvlDe,' :Palatka;' Orlando FortiLauderdale methodist Church ,fr'kij.went f bert Page ha had a keen Cemetery after a memorial service

( ,' Sarasota 'and. Braden Tallahassee to a meeting of In rocks" for a nmber ofecently at the First Baptist Church. Rev.

!I Con' + people known as ak ( he found two'bits Sayer .Canova pastor. '

JENNlNot:V t .TaloOMT '. | The than 'three score ooUtae for your Faith" :! A led wood down about the' The ministers said kind words
".Ente1' Hart r-. Pray" : :1 I .1i"' ''':' 'I. men more.amdcoedaaln'tlte; groxp .t.v, c r-n'est i le In ? ,river. He also had a beau- about Mrs. Rhoden. words we all

Pastor: Charles W.; Rogers 8r.. f t of Owens and Billy Payne were e of quartz he found) some
"represent( Just about every) part know are true-that she was kiwi
Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.: Sunday, School'; ". Florida and, a number' of other stat- o fthe five Judges. j > where. Not only does heTuttrUrethese :and that she wu always eager to
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Prayer Worship Meeting Services each.fld Tours and ,4th I p-ro.I Morn SeMj' ': '? l:? ???..., I!.es, :ray' weU. with ,members 'from This Content 'h ,nation KMe I I I I .knowledge stones about but he such.has- a store serve.

Sundays 11 .m..and.: at 8 p.m '{ ,., rJl", 't:: ..j I[both the undergraduate";and' graduate next state meeting win. be at Ulf. The beautiful flowers seemed
$ ,
s EveningSetvice 't t;\., 'pm.l:: [: ,schools at, FSX .I burr in April. I I IAyoung I hut then he reaas i eo- meant especially for "Miss Annie"
O
: \ yVf ... graphic. I understandLewis he.pr
JASPER nUT?METHODIST \ Two of the youngwomen in the man.from l1ohn as so many knew her' '
"'Church"N. Prayer. Meeting;WediT. : .iT : p.m.. 13th.I in this District. I Ifc have perhaps a 'ccmplca ,
"The Friendly 4 chorus participated in the, won : J[ She will be missed by her family
Pastor 'r : ..., '. J filet of that magazine. .nVu{ not l '
E. BOOTH, 'I annual "Jeanie";: Auditions held : to ; and her many friends.
'J ORDER Of RVICE JAK. QROvE C"'J f rKciip .cnnor'Between 1 earlier' his month at the FosteriftfemorUL The Jasper ,Woman'*,.Club ( )?: *.' geo ph1c" Is not a magazinj: .o ,

Sunday School ,._f:45 .... JaaMf r:*mndJenMnls'< : They are Diana Roland, be hostess for the District,& thumb through. It takes real con- ...---.. _....
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terming Worship". 11:00 .... 1 ''On hl .X..t1: ).! '- JMler Haven..and Joyce Ann Gretam Show March the 6th.'The< cemj.tIonofether with,,l t,>11tJrne. t 1/lJ .
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E*.rvon; <* (invited Sund)):'}.torn. .;.s St. Petersburg: The fatter wasa will ccovenn,the :Methodist *, .. l... U d \t'. ;

EVENING cERVICES Wonfdp.servlct: 4' W 12Sunday' runner-tpIn the "Jeanle", event, cational build ln lunch will be s |I ;; March' 'bJ #'Mrs. T. T. Law came home Tuesday
Junior Fellowship .. 6:00 pm.Jr "enJnm'' ::15We4. '' : } City Election Tuesday 3.
music: scholarship. ed at 12:JO and a charge* of $ .
$200 after most weekend
winning a a delightful
High Fellowship .* .:00 pm. .. f g B1 '. .,x00f ; per .plate \* made Local \ ,*<. Be Sure To VOTE'n \- ,
-- !! To begin with she attended
Youth Fellowship100 P-BU: J a.1ttBArrIS' . ....j' ..j f '
V \ I:184 OFFICERS AND MEMBERS many came but a reservation 6
Worship Ser vies ...,. ,:00 p.m.J I .r 'OF LIVE OAK IADIU'AUXWAftY be made by Thursday nfeht. I ; .i\\' ladies o fibs Advent .Ih"'The ; continued on page 6
RCH" : _
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J Tooth Social Hnr 8:00: p.m.Wednesday 1'1'I' ; C. or3unds TO BARRACKS W. W. 1 tact Lot, Curry or Edna'BMk I I I
Hour,ol Power 1:15: p.1n_ > { The elimination Fashion
ool! U. A. INC. '
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.\' BETHEL P*IMH iVsT BAPTIST i Morning Worth)' SAO Lm: will follow the luncheon .\' and.'N
Son. .: :President.Irene M. Shall Canova 'will represent the ..
Bible Study at Wi a.m each TnJ.raBIc. Vtdof' $rp.m.EvenMEwWolehp.I4:00; \ :
Csorch Berries 11 a.m. 7 p.m. : / +' : .Senior Vice President Julia Gray club J 1 I I > f I
4 Sundays each Month Pi yr Services, Wednesday) Junior Vice President Julia E. The public is Invited Don* '. : I : I,

owe p.m..ascb SnadaJw lrrx'yt'' ..7.t38'p"f I I'JAS"tt'CH' Wilson the date March 6th 13:30: ,..: : ; \
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Treasurer Peart' S. *'" ,
*' Secretary your luncheon reservation. -
,' J Elder' L. M. D.Vane pastor F'",4op .1'. t, i ,eq ., !
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| Penuel I
' PRESBYTERIAN ''G : ._ "'I"8undai Brother Sayer CanovaH.t'*a"' !I
'L JASPER Conductress v Carolyn LynchChaplain
CHURCN.SIIIRYICBa,,,.. 'Se1iqotL;.._ ,._l/!::... J : ,to. draw* picture immedl 'i
Ttetorls- Walked.4 -
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''ff'i The Rev.,WUUam,Wt Van ZantTHn4.r I M'\tsr aWtlti .1i ___ ....,VAVS Representavle.Julia "OY'tP I ....tnst the luncheon* f t.r : : t

.. School.. ...."i45 a.,, m.Service. .. JI\--tGQ..p.aa- Officer Mantle Il The theme of the':fashion !\ ; tt
; Wednesday" Legislative ,
... : locally speaking),a1s.s,'"My'' a j jct t
f .._ "--.1lOO:. Pr.yjA >.yetkinj, "';" _* 1-M p.*. I send. TOWn-1 I ,
'" JASPER ADVENT Y oi,K" g.1''.atw." .-.-.- 70H : ,... Guard Clara M.Gamble I Lady. "tTbe a I.

CHRISTIAN CHURCH ')Dt CHRISTIAN"" 3 Year trustee Juanlta Tallahassee District of ,,, <.-. .' .'..
Rev. Travis Carter CHURCH I 2'Year trustee Awle Conine S. met In Madison'Monday. I

t. School ........... 10 am.IteSngServlca James Webb RasterSund _. 2 year trustee Mabel Hall I IC I 24 :Twelve went from' I Ir.

f ,.,..... UOCI( a.m. Welfare Committee; Branford area Mrs.CLB. Harrison! ,Mrs is
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Service ...7:30: p.rn. fp (!everylS&naay 10:00: I Carolyn Lynch. Havemier
I.t Sunday Night : Church Service: ,'ll"a.m..It 7 p.m.lecond Miss' Inez McCall.
Awls I
Conine
, Wednesday nights Jasper area O C. Ratliff .Mrs. Broward ,
and Fourth
1 Choir Practice ,..... 1:30: p.m. Youth 6 Sundays I Blood Bank Chairman Pearls S. Mrs. J. Graham Black'Mrs. J. .'.; :

Player Service ...... 8.00p.rn'' Every Fyilowship Sunday night.: p.m. Penuel 108 Cypress Road District Perry I Shepherd, Mrs.. Tom Owens ,1r", I t ,

EAPTI3T CHURCH Mrs. Lillian Haugh 10th. 'Ponce Sandlln },trI. Mamie ') ; I
DIV ONU1 : :' 'tI: "
Pastor BRIGHT POND (JASPER) President Installed officersaR. I Rev. Norman Booth.
Trulett,M. Comer, land 'n. :
10-00: a.m. ........ sundayschoolUOOam. BAPTIST .CHURCH. ._ m I Clyde Dempsey of LJve, : 'loa t
...... Morning Worship Rev. Vernon Blackburn, pastor E. Lee was,elected president. ; .,..,,1\ I ,q: .
6.-00: .............i.. B. T. u. dnd y School ,..__..,,'IQiOO Ism: f: I I Mrs,;Walter Havener waa .1'1' :
p.m. Vorr.lnc.Senlc..r.....,. 11:00: a.m. ; ,:
; : Clatter Secretary of promoUori.Mrs. ': I ; .
pirn. ..... Evening Worship BonThe \
J f 7:00 rralnhiff Union ;.__-.:....- 0:80 ,..
Bess !
Thurman of
Wednesday night tvsnlnr-Worship'...., z.z;. 7:80 I' ei xe> r I
I' Prayet7 .. .
,State president of W. S.:C .s, ;
Mating .. *0 pear \Idu. Prayer ?Service every organizations on"campus are '" '1 j.t I. r." ,. _,
VTeJnfcitdayrat '-'O'p. well underway. All officers have there., I't:' f If ,
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF GODSunday ""* """ elected and are'&JI.g .an Dr. Vela Cleveland! a m1 S .''VI ft' : :.
been
10:00: ..... NEW 'JI.A ; f to India and home '. j
School H9 .J'rI: uIURCH' on short" 1:"1 f ': : '
or31 excellent Job carrying out their I\\ / .
YJ.E. Sunday : 8:80 p.m. RavllK'il.Pray 1J. tough was prominent speaker. .. t <*:
Payer. Meeting.lfhun.:. 1:30 lI.m Sunday SFhobl''rwrrt i,} at duties. Cleveland was once on the F .S. I4t' ; "*
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I The Student Council U a well ).t '-
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,10:8$ a.m.autsv ( )(Iii
Faculty and decided to into '
'l.. SPRINGS go
WHITE : It : '
known organization ,on campus. .I:
1:30: 7Sh \
q hft'
CHURCH time religious worlc'Jeft F. S. :
FIRST BAPTI3JT Tralnlnt "".. .1:: 1. 6e3t" ta< is well established and' Is sponsoring I ) t ,, ', '. ; i
It",., C. Eo all", Pastor got $ degree medicine and t ,
; > Heetlnir. Wednesday the
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Sunday School :_ r. .10.00 am, on a beauty l contest. ray! peal appointed mission work I in' ]' f
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Homing Service _-. 11:00> ..... 'k .'r.1\1: ? 01I future. v :, I f: ) ;; ;; / r'I

Tralntnc Union __-. 7:00 p.m. MISSIONAwr:BAH 1 1ST The officers of the'' ,:Student; COU.IHciltare The ladles of the W S. C.X ;01:)' t"I
LMnlnsr Services _- 8:00: p.m. as follows: PresidentJUymondLee Joined by: those of,the. | ; : I
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. ''LJ.I, : ;.1.g.; Fkrid.J Owens! ;.",Vlce, President.. Service,tCglld<< ,in an | :i .' '

.'! .than Woo1er, P t't James Sowellf: 'Secretary,..,Betty ShoWer, -Mra. Booth last week.It | ? ( IMN.
METHODIST CHURCH: utJat.rSch: taA__ '
FIRST 'ftP.: .. 1 ft-' Seymore Assistant Secretary,Mary waia surprise ...-. I ; '

Bandar Pastor School Rev. _Harry_.Gcfddard 10:00: ,.... Preaching:(E Service( 1Pnnda Each Sunday at Howell; Chaplain, Charles Johnson Rev and Mrs* ,Booth, andiD I! ( .. .! ,r,48T I'i\: :

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it ll:0fti'u and SO Reporter, Rubye Elaine Uelle. ,, were supper guests down at
(A class for every age< grot?) ; : p. m.
wotsUpService, 11:00 Lm. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday Treasurer Jimmy Holden.: ; f Tom Owens so Mrs. Booth;\\ t\ WITH FERTILJZEREQUIPMENT

Tooth Fellowship ._.....'.00 i,.m, ,..say)\:1fO: an. ___ On Wednesday night beginning at not be suspicious o fthe |! '
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE' FltIENDSHIP'iAJI'riST 7:30: p.m. an adult sewing\ class is at the Educational building Ir I{ J.5 )

White, Springs every> Sunday at" rJ..wt r ttaw6r01;Pinto CHURCH t- being conducted by >Mrs. M. K.'r Mau Havener president of. | ; 1 ',or.I I i __.1 Y Y.sett :
11:00 a. n.flwit Bryant. Some of her outstandingstudents < .
S. '
' \ was general chelrmakyh/ -
r Third Sunday&hoel u ,.., 10:00: a.m I "'
Creek each 9Dda v '
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Moraine Worfh/fkm.M 11:00 sum. arc: Mrs. Betty Johnson. : belle Black!. Cecil Sandlln and | \ t. '"JVV'N IN"rtVAr, '-***** I
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_at 8.00: r.l!... I training"Union ___.._ esao pm.Evening Mrs. Rebecca Jac lQn. Mrs. Gwen- Ratliff were decorationxftmoJ I .. c"IIJ' ncy. That th..pinD int placement powt of the'row.a 1 I .

I FIRST METHODIST,'CHURCH Worship I k\\lloolao' p.mT.00 dye Johnson,'I.t"d'\ .Mrs. Dorothy The phone' call came to I .r / TransPlanter wit flftlUzlr Equipment Pinpoint .,.... 'J i :

STATENVILLE. [OEOnGIAfiuodajr : -Prayet meeting.y\\' v Tucker. Owens that all was ready .: 1 .
; .. b 't: I Pewsao'
Allen Bl'Cloker(I"uto Yt ,>
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'School __4.... 10.00: a.mt GREEN, rCatt,(} H'I BILL SEARS sti ICO6iapitlt>td in Only ono drip J ts- ',;'" .
'-: 40r p. tit
Worship Service 2nd and OF GOI1Rev : \
of "
Soadays -..........?.._>. 11:00 ..... .' 'Earl Deas I I.. 1r-: TTie Complexity: Today : :)t ??..tJ,Look at the rwuttx:fhipofnt J placement power nuns"," '! } ,

Ir. and 8r. MYF Each Sunday at Sunday SchoooL......?. 10:00: .,... i Cart V ,t'f.)1f' irjtirtt for pUntj tnifonB srttrth,hfcher yi.lda.U means more. .., .
... ?Ill' Twine r ,. (l
,1:00 ;'s'ir
'> p.m. Morning Wonhlo... _.. Iff00 -.. i rEA1. of ,u-r. iriNr acre on final'
returns 8 fact
crop
Prayer. Mtetinc Each Thursday. at Wedne.dayNighe ......_UlJ<> ,.IIL .' a GETS *s oAUtauaMs prom Mtabllsrnd by !I
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d 800: *>..intMYF Prayer Service u.tuot N. MATo DEMANDS North Carolina Extension Service in conclusive. demonstrations 1 1iping ..
Sot Is! Hour Each ,r M S fpWaJ tAW OV MI{ yr >rt a two period. < 1 A
Thursday
.. y. P. I E. Fyi ay Night. !TjSO: I .aLTf 1 ; :all year \ ,
< 'srSUWANNEE am tai ore M .weed EXPERT CARE d
: JENNINGS AS5EWRLY-OF-COD MOWCV, : .u*, : "I" 9:1 ,
4', th THE NAZARENE t 11 ARTS PUNTS'FATED'INCR'EASES i YIELD '

,. ', J",+ i Facll. Florida CHUHCtrqtJf, NIt ,
: Sunday SchooK!schkSrnday at ATTENTION k
Bert E. Wheeler SPECIAL CAR i ....

kllnsialr. School ........ 10-00 AJiLing SorfiessFIRST Each 10K)0).Su4aal a:, yn. .."..rnfDjl .w !5L ",
Service ......UOO.\-Jot. I I I We give those important extra '
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I 1.' '"F'"" : Service ........ 7JO PM. and;dveaing service with a amile. When you .z.. cut Jrku.l|{PR. COMPLETE INFORM; ATI ON SEE_YOUR / > "


:i i ';j, ,t''.." t. ,.INTII-Prayer MISSIONARY-Meeting--7.A :STATENVILLE.D. W BAPTIST, Kaanpnft GEORGIA Pastor CHURCH : I I drive in here for gas we always .' ',; J JI :$ SELL DEALER DR.WRITE,POWat Ufa...'CO.OTWSOME -: .. oi' : _

1 !' a JUPl'D'r tJfIURCOAAen. (Services check ,water,level ., wfT '
te.SindaybSunday otrey "
) P.'Mo' Pastor School _.........:. 10:00 aj ] I I your !: ) a c tot C.4 DRAWER 1J," iEINETrSYILLEIIS.{ : j. ft;,
'it" unda7 School Moraine Worship"" ; tOO.... and cleas i your wuuWueUL' .' '.
;}. pt fifth Sunday) Training Union ...... .. ISO P.BT' : I l I only ,$2.pi( I.' ", a: .e'111 "'J:{b
1 Service ?*!ftr! ,& $*&;**>Jepdga id' I TI era ''oJ -
j. Ia:( i "tSifvm.WHITE I I I .'11' ,:< Vntoo v :
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li p.m.--TraIninC aIS' SEARS & SONS ::1 U'.
pjt alt
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Service "Sittth's. .
,11 to: __ Jerry, > : ., '?.. ,. I'
f_ "1 Wed. .at ,1:00 p.m. NwCONGREGATIONAL I l o
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\ HOLINESS GULF STATION"r ....,:, ;.,
n ::.IE" :SPRINGS N CHURCH I I S. School sash 8u. ,. 10.-Oe aoa.14th COrei'IITE AUTO URVICI 'j'jI{r Jasper, Telephone* 79281* ::1 IJORD.TRACTOR CO. :

\ Van Zant m J I Praaehta= inie4''" ItWJ h. aM I ,! I
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,Z nday: Febri&ryC28 C ,::1 19 M:(. ___ --.- -.---. THE-JASPER: __NEWS j JASPER._ F)L"0.R I .DA' M'nJ J'I r'u%, *"* .., .. .:PAGE THREE .

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WE '$)RRY:"< ',. 'XREKTS ASKED TO:. :. 4.5T. f
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ICert'te'Pr: 11tS X't'lAA ."&I.. '
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Cwnty't'Jtflc 'vVhichIntetxMl 1' SCOUT P sly,
tlfWtt't' lltkl 1 ctfon"1'.tr.' To the Parenti Jasper: ,
'Tinley rwb+ttndEfttaMt Wm'' steer bfeetabHItraotOI Aibfi9J It+.
ounreiDtft'eSted e + '9tr d'Ci "trt s duct erlt
IMamt1o"1t'Uom" ( of" Scout-Pa eh ln +tr "'1IIV' II u '.I'J'":' '
AMessOl"o'ISI
T .. .,: 'Theiflrrt of tine imeetwU11Seheld >. R l 1wa,
at 8:00: p.m. Thursday Marsh t J'f
WIUTB WRINGS, ton NEWS 5th. at the Florida, Power Ldung \
The White Spring Lucky; Leaf for this purpose. This meeettn&J isfor'pst
'4-11 Club met Monday February.IT diita oily with 'I.SJO, O' \
for their regular monthly> :rrieet ;' te.. 'fk
Paula Allison, president.called the I ThtfCub( Scout Pack will pe'fl!'

meeting to order.VUHdo Pants gavea sored by thVKlwanls Club' "J .
demonstration! on an "Anything ''Sam Anderson and Robert. T..P
Box'and Bonnie Sue Fouraker' gave, Sam'"' Anderson': 'and Bob.Dreschs, t t
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a demonstration( "on "How. to make ? .
a 4-H Skirt'* Mrs:; Wylma Wbite.0Q1' ,
make monejr for,our: club fhe meet
agent .showed us how to mattpicturesAtterdiscpssing j "
1 lag..adjourned.:. '
:: ways Jo "f.
Presidenti
., .I ,r.....Deborah. .Allison
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TO'THE GOOD' PEOptE: .
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J O1 ffAMltTON!; 'QU.NU; ;J

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Some of the county: 'cbrnrhiAsi; "rjefs; and other"

tiz i 'a' been aginS:Ae.wlir4'aroundcthat .. .......... .
;:c: n t J> e. apr. : r :*'" V'V il.t.. : ;J" :
.lt J11.'};V1Ug..me8sY'. time of it >* --loaf ing'aroiind' TbMOOtb/ anniversary of tht'jJattta ed"a'fe': (from lift) ,jePD.; kit man: Jr oft -Ma cl nnyMr; ;. Sklrrn1l \jIJringltlfrrg,'K one of the iicnf aw'' .1

on a'steady pension 'income of around .$260 pe'r of Olustee -wa,'oblernd M tthelJ 'Sen. Spe.s sar4.JJ. I.. Katherine Flnneg Cook of At S. C.. I To)1I.7."In for the BaiUefliVI. ri ala: \
-- ". .. Saturday at the Olust' Battle* land. State Senate, SecretaryEdwin l lant :,\.Mrs,;' HatUe.Green: )- third ph 0, k/a great (t I With her is'L1Ilber-m t fac 1
month. ... field Memorial to Baker County F kserr A/lain* G.:: Adam phis-.of Olustei.and Mrs. L..A. grand-da bte a Confed' clenny: whocserpedti 'n I I
To set'the record straight"Iwiah,; ;'tpTeport that' Shown at- the Batlefleld'menu. ehatnmiin'pf the' FlortdaWsfoer Davis of .Stark. Second photo crate genital WVof led th.-''battle of a lUte ..cwniftlttiey.tthe' .

lhaM} otircceived! : :.crne'rpehi )' jn'1 pensidn* ..funds:; ment.. where T wreath was plae teal Comndssioa 5 Sf 5. Asa Cola?} shows the Palmetto .Battery is shown after unveiling program. :' f*("l.ltf.? .;l' fN

dolnot the 'M .. .. :r.
.t thus far and i if it ever proves t expect -' .9'

(I amount. to 'be. nearly av..large as the rumors that l. .Olustee Centennial ; "I ''+ ;:'".. S
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are being-spread.- ?'iwtl t\v "l. '

Do hot be misled by perpwro.\ are w1yrseeking :- ( "

." ... -(" T"J J) served Saturday 01 ,,' I
.. .your'vote: ,. i-j>,.- ..' .: '.

I SHERWOOD MILLERfSTUMP ..
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; "ra : k4 .1: ;'d J mh' .b.!'. b en', "conservatively! Cook, 'of"Auan'a; great-grand ,..:. 1 da't III' .
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., ;;,: T I. :. ** ,estimated that twd ti'ou-and,. daughter of Gen. Finnegan, + ,
:11. |Ipe.ple.. ,were 'gathered a theOltwtee who lee ;th'e Southern Army to .. t
( Battlefield Memorial victory 'sitd Mrs. Hattie Gretn
: IParMast. Saturday, February Golr>hin, Dilutee, whose'! father
BROS.: :
"t(I2 nduto elebrt the.. lOOt1tj fought II\*' t'e battle, .'unveiled
,.' Unpiwrsary.) of the greatest bat. the two cannons in the park !
Sm.E

: I 'flM l jA ol',the Civil War that was 'Mrs. Asa Coleman, Jr., .,ut-
300 SOuth Patterson,. Vatdbsta: (GeorgiaSUPPLIES : ; 9-, Aught: in .State and >won grand-datirfiter of two of the d I
'' ;.t iiby.fillant soldiers of.the Conit -- veterans Vh'b fought In the battle .'

;, ". .. f e gracy. The date of the bat-. one, .of. whom war killed,
ffwc UILDINGAt( r',,fl Ie was February 20th 1864- placed a>wreath on the: rmnu-
: State Senate Slcre: 'ary Ed.. ment,. and, others taking >part
ifi\n\ '' G. Fraser of MaccUnny, were Rlehard Lee Harrtll. Jams .
vw : was the master of ceremonies at. W, Kna4, Jr., and Richard
I. .Battlefield) Park, at which Dickson Macclenny: ; Rev. J. D.Williams. .M
tint!! U. S. Senator Spessard .rt!.Qltn St. Mary and
Holland spoke saying among) Rev. Malcum) Thompklnt Or- ?

.... other. things, "Tte' impor'ant lando. .
thing to remember on'this) day Mrs. Asa Coleman, Jr., and
\ : -<''we .ar. united= North and Luther Harrell are to she t> highly .rxu, *;'r s ay''
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-'QUALITY FIRST- -. South as one nation which has commended for their active part .. ,..
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become tae for in the \ I '
: great power promotion of the Cen'tennla1
%" Ext. Plywood freedom in the world today. of the Ba'tle of Olus-. of God, MaccUnny, who prepared ter and very:.ably .enUd.th. host of the luncheon Mr. Wm. 'l'
''$2.95 U. S. Rep. D. R Billy( ) Matthews tee, as' well as all others who and served tills excellent many dhfcinguiahcd ,v visitors- Knabb.
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luncheon
t. .. ..,., "" I.. spoke and stated among ,likewise participated. Among was thoroughly preae ; "4'j
%" AD Plywood .4f'., "..... many fine things that "These whom we,,with to men ion, Hon. enjoyed by all who attended. a glowing'1! and well ,deserved, : .Pictures Courteiy-1 t\
.... .. soldiers .who. lie silent! in Mr. Crews. served,M tousamJlanifon complfmeit!!\ lo Us eoworWrs M : Florida "TimerUn1ni'a *' >
e. :: now Willianv&l.k.Knabb, Rep.* John'J ,;. .
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4IxkQ.... : .....;..:,.... ..0......",..... "',., ...'.r4 _).. "I' J their graves responded nto' theIbugle : Cr.wI. Jr., who, *w>' ably'"'1 f. _...:,,-,. <, -...._ :'. (f f' 4vrrWf ro' l -"wvrtr.Trrr; : tear,
1,1" A' :'10.' \'Ir""' call of war became of luncheon : i
"A't" promotedthe ;
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:f" their devotion and beeans it U.e, Club building Saturday q t* A
I. 4. I -; .; She t,.. ,. \ :l.) t. .4'g. '..*,. was their duty" noon, also the ladies of the ; irfentcrJafPATIENTS 1 ,,, ; E J/.r L .

!w CD'Sheathing Plywo Cl',''+'. ,!;'; .s" 'QTrs. Katharine Finnegan Willing. Workers of the Church .,':AiTe'At( ..I..1.... A.1.'
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Pittman and the second Jane Skeen '
FELT 1 to .lb j:;: :. .: .,:: '. I Jennings High- I .
."..,. The third contest was for the title Clearance Sale
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contestant made three appearances

Bird TB Shingles I 15 yearJ,3; ondrv I Boosters Cub wil meet first they wore sport clothes: then C AT'' LANG'S
on
235 lb., Sq . .*:;>' ;$;$*. . 6.75 I,Monday night Match 2 at the Jen they did a" 'talent' and 'last they ., '

.. nings &'h School. All members are wore formals. C YoUr last.chanceto buy Quality Clothing at '
The winner Glenda Wheeler.She ?
Pre Hung Door Units .:' was
be
urged Jp, present. Regular bustress
3',0" 6* 8" Each.|SW'f:"'.". .' :l/: ... 132 will be discussed and plans was crowned. by Sharon Howell, HOSPITAL MOW give-away prices'-Pricea far under wholesale We

{er tor the baseball season will. be queen for 1963 64. Forest Langdale need the "Pace'and must .ell- You'll J lose by not
Laminated
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Raillite Plastic. { ht Top. made The first runner up was Gail Hansford McGauleyMrs. s t

Sq. Ft.' -i..v, .. :.l . . 39 . Greene and second was Barbara. Jo Mary. Weber 4; taking advantage of these final reductions I ,.

The Seniors are planning a good h:Iendenons Mrs LJnnie Smith
'. Solid Vinyl Tile., .' ; old ministrd on March 21. Be sure All of the contestants did a grand Mrs. Leslie Cantey
9x9 Each'H.'t'-: .1'1' to put this data In your book. job. The judreft did a swell job and Emma J, Norman Ladies Dresses Ladies Coats

. o Pre-Finished Mahogany'4x8 Panelin'? r..: .SO Watch this>> column-.for the announcement Preceed1ng'the show class .served Miss Linda Clardy All 'Fall, and lt WI idThese steal lI!
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... ... . concerning HamiltonCbunty a barbecue supper in the lunch Daniel Ross m Presses Must Got
trock' ., : ,pay. room. Miss Wetsle Wyllle Is Class Mrs. Elsie Scan reg. 14.95 to 34.95
.. % She : ; Li Sponsor. Brenda Harvey values to 14.95 All Sale Priced at ,Only

4 x 8 Per M. .. i.. ,. lrtl.... 44.00 HOG AM COW-SHOW AT . Amos Wilson (col.) ,297U P 3.97-4.97. I ,
MJUM9ON We would'eke Sara Butler (coL) 14.98
to the 9.95
publish
r PLAIN CEILING'TILE .'. t.: 'evrra' school ,' ; t 1 to .1
r p- from our at. names ol aU. who served on com PATIENTS DI8CHARGED nov priced. higher '..
;r 12 X 12 Each . : :;icl 1 eo .11 atended the hoe and cow show In mlttees. SINCE LAST WEEK! '- -
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DECORATING: Mri. Alia Mae Cum .
.. I Common Nails S '> 'McEtroy vocational agrlcul Chairman 'Annaree Heirs/ and George) Royals ."' 1.. ,.'" lADIES ;
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'.. ., 7.: 8.D t 'teacher The followkie '
cure went
E. Butch Nesmith Jr.
Keg . . . . . .. v over.their stock workers Elaine Smith Gail Greene 'A. ( R
) toys entered : Vernon Creech and Junior Griffin. Corine Thomas (col.) SKIRtNand.: SWEATER SALE
I Jim Bates, Billy Laseter, Donald] Martha Newsome and Judy Corn- :James Brady .

\ Kay.: BfcOiUey. Jim and. Mike De- bass arranged an dtyped; the pro. Ernest Bell ;: ',(,t "'L:::values to $12.95 '
;. See, Us 'For AH Your Buil4i,pg:: Vee s Vane. grama; Gettys Braswell : !
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r..:. 1 > )L--- B'.!I\I\ r.m..ul TOURNAMENT Nora Nichols, Elaine Smith Fred J. Bowles (col.) ; (and less) '

I ; :; ; We Deliyer. Anywheref Class -'C' Group V basketball Gloria Smith and Frances Morgan. J. W. Kelly v. |iy> trtfluOt t '", >
tounameht wifl be at Jennings '
The too Mamie Johnson col.) '
committee was" Well organized ( :
( Thundayv Friday, and Saturday of ; SUITs" S '
I r v .ww.w.nwi wittrchairman: AM'Blan4and Albert Norwood G 'MEN'S
this week, Everyone, I is Invited, to : : :
i her helpers.'They were Linda Mrs. Ethel Fry to'. :. ., .
come Gay Lmda.Selph, LInda Joyce liar.roll Mrs. Victoria HunterBaby : /" : ,1 I '' ". .L'
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NornC J:& OF CnvELEcnON'' .' These schools will take part In Jim Bates and Billy Laseter. Boy Mcdaln (coifn'! I rAIl Wools WoolaAa'oVfon / . t

t.6. l'.t! the tournament. They are JenningsWrite BUI Butler1 and others wvrked'on Mrs. Rena Combess Young' Men and Men's Mod "" :',* "hi .
"f i'-"<* **"JUN. Springs Pinetta, GreenvlHe s ,
Jh l "T4U col.
.Marilyn Jackson. ( ) -?
J sizesY36V< 42 only. ; eFy
4tics r Renters'Ungs: o
that /
i .hereby given !'aGeneral Election and Lee.: +2 -- *"4 TilA.m"TO Aii, '" ; 1

will be held in the City of Jasper, Florida at Nil Cbrlcybtulations to Betty Gean The Junior,,Class says "' a fttj -.- .;. --- "ONLY' 37 LEFT .. .1.1I

: City Halon) :the 3rd,day of.March-1964, at which! Kram' and Jerry Blair. They thanks" to'ey ryone who helped to : Tuesday. I IT.' .. '
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made 1 e Deans list over at North make eipett and contest '..99 '
eledtioniihero-shall.be elected' ,1 our ; : a I ( ; $40. sale .
: 'f., hdfollowIng.City'Of e Florida Junior College. ,lJCctU..1It'-., w I II Mrs. Addle McCall. Charles Ruff; reg $29'
I tlj .< facials:, 113{ : : JtM I We could: not have done so well if I II yon and Mrs. Alvin Culbreth wentto ,
+- 1&r zaz" price.MENS ........... "
; '''e MLSS f, znraoft mail CONTEST we had not had such wonderful help Jacksonville' fo rthe weekend; '"1"If
\\.G;- One ((1)) Mayor for a term of years; The) tailor Class at Jennings I We 'wish to thank everyone who They visited relatives while there. ) 1 t' ...- -' .' 4,

High e onored the J. H. S. con ;gave M* an advertisement to all of ,r.ii :
j' \ ,...: Two. ((2) Councilmen ECf';si. 'jtergi of 4 yean:. test Sa ffday night The theme of I the mothers who cooked supper. Wean Rhonda Beaty l.,a member of the SPORT COAT'All

each, the p. ent was the Cinderella greatly indebted to ribs Kent ninth grade has been absent for .
f' i ., which said election shall..be IcondsstSeS and heW Ktcenpg with the:theme. Mr. DeVanevwho cooperated with wry much..' Sizes 37 to 40 only I

1 (' .$' accordance ,with !the Chateftancrdinanceof,, the. Jaoaqj Dea*;jieak1ent of the all of our projects. f ,* 4 tt9'UH',) ....

: ., City of. Jasper. Clan as meter of 4lrlrnOn Iei. i. A'party tit. tnen from Crossroadswent AIi170y \VERE, $25.00 I. -
lays EjjrbaiA.Pemrman.plsyed.eor PERSONALS to the } They were Mr. ,
The Polls shall The -coBte Ft.wa 'llnle Miss returned after's visit with the Kan- J. T Mr-:Park Dees.; : .

.:v' remain ppert until 6,0'clac, et3'eled'"or s J Rtee.dur- Jurior R i.winner was cob In PallttlEa aid their doctor Bled. . ..1: ..&..- r. "r'. .. J. ,., .. .
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; which time" all qxiaKl! .niay present Th&Ws fcfev iRE. J '' d a q
"" ing to fiv tnls group son !in D jba'Beach. JvTifts .inOaytoiia 1' espcU E ..,. .. t." n '. .1
I 't' themselves and vote. e1. .. I: 1tarreD. S3ry crowned Beach they tttehded I Margie Carter aMLAtJj SLop !" = ... .r ,. ,,1 .-,
by winner.'yrbo was races weN married Saturday. t plus 1 many': iters, at .. '
"; '. This.. .February. 12th as. The first ronncr up 1 a seraor and. plans .to JI .'
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,. -" '.' :; >lia Tyrae and the second Mr'. .: Msr Ie Ja *4fcar of bh'p' I!:>>f ttiMT -

',Yr ;r.s.,"' _' 1tY s ir8. Adams. Bureatte Jim aiii 1 Horace Hn 8Mr.j 'auet..: ( I.M: :,' .,)'It/ : ;1 J, 1
.. ." ... jjty Clerk, Tbe }U on] oonteat was Miss Bates Went to Daytona Beach to Lie the swof Mr. and Mrs. '. A: 1'-a' Jf 9S.'. ; '! t ..
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: of Florida Junior] 4. ILi S. Th 'ewinner .was see the races. Lee also of BeHevfiB.' '. I I f' .." ; '!" : r ;' .e r..
1 City Jasper, Cheryl Dos and'ahe was crowned They will be.living with LaRues .. ,;, t,. ; .Iea. 'A ', 'i( lJO ct; '. ;.A
'" 4 fcy: last'year's,wfawey;RayrteQ Bur 'Mn- '1IIJnN8tJvr( attaided 'a parents for the tsvseni.Cbngratulatlonsi &on. '

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. t "YOU ARE 'LOST UNLESS :' I COTTON PRODUCERS HOLD r and Mr. Bryant Herring Jimmy them' Su xIny. They went B4rsGeorge"Htdsonand'cbildren Mr. and Mrs. Odis Meddlers of
BURNHAMNEWSBy
: .. .t* in service and.stationed at Clan : : of LiveOajtflpent(< "Sunday\wfth theiraceinlaw
r MEETING LOW ZIFPEREK: ;:. fMrt. I.cow,' Mot'ianarrived at rib qty.Mrs. Edward Brand and and daughter, Mr and
Regardless of who or what youare contented, at peace that you feel ,'1 ,1,11 I ot Jacldom vide Mr. Isaac
: : the home of his ,Unclend: Aunt.; children : Mrs. Joe Cbrbett MatMs '
iw } It .is hoped that this title will you are saved? The information one Tuesday night Feb. 18 at 7 o'clockthe Alma Iiatchoock of St: Pet*, Mr. and Mrs. Oeveland Selph early ShIver:JftJoti: Femnndina,'JMlss '.,.,t!'.' ; o j ,
startle you and challenge you to has accepted determines his feel Cotton Producers Association nburg, Fla. U spending some time last morning. Ills parentsmet Mildred Shiver of Wtyte.Springs. A I -, e." -r.: \
Rome serious thinking and study on ing about things. A person may receive held a meeting at the V, F. W. with her sister and niece, Mrs.'J. Tuesday him there; ,: Mr.,and,Mrs Maurice Llndauer & Mr. and Mrs JDevW Keeling and
the matter of your soul's condition false 'information, adcvpting horn In Jasper and the Maple O. Howell and Mrs. Betsy Zant children ,of Valdosta. family,'visited relatives in Madison
before Cod. Remember Jesus said., Grove Home Demonstration dub e..e afternoon.
County Sunday:
it as true and thus have a false Mr. and Mrs.SLevoy Burnh&m 6
served mover.: There about EO( .
"Because strait is the gate ,and were Mr. and Mrs. George Young, Jr. Mrs Glenn
Mr. and Goodson and
Fla. spent
feeling of safety and of security.. children of Homestead,
A lunch of
narrow the way, which leadeth unto Jacob's fake assumption, based on persons present. plate and daughters of Perry Ha. spent the weekend with their Mother Mrs. baby of .Albany Ga and :Mr. and 1141<'. and Mrs. CArence Ford left
chicken and dumplings, butterbeana I IJ
life, and few there be that find It. the week-end with'their parents ft: Mrs. Jimmy RoebucX: and children:
for Okeechobee'to
and family. Monday visit
Burnham
the deceit'of his other sons,'caused and slaw was served' with S.
green
(Matthew 714.: grandparents Mr. and Mri. George S a e I of Madison spent Sunday. with thefrpaJ'ellti
him to disbelieve the truth 'that cake for dessert Coffee and tea for their son and family\ ,Mr. Kenneth
Young, Sr. Garrard Sullivan .
To the question, "Are You Saved"many Mr. and Mrs I and grandparents .Mr. and '
will answer, "yes" who act Joseph was' still alive read Genesis drinks e and children of Macon, Ga spent Mrs. Earl Roebuck. Ford. S. .
ually are without knowledge of the 37.29-34: ; 45::25-26, Feelings are The meeting was very Interestingand Mrs. ElSie McCan is back at her Saturday and Sunday with their |
conditions upon which God has often deceltfuLYou cannot safely, the supper was delicious, was home in Jennings: after spending parents and grandparents Mr. and Mrsr lrona. McCuUough was Mr. CarsweH Deas of Tampa
promised to save us How do you follow your feelings in business, the reports from all present Everyone several months in Hawthorne, Fla. Mrs.Joe Sullivan. home from Tallahassee spending visited his sisters Mrs. Grover

answer the question? Upon what love; etc. You wouldn't claim citizenship enjoyed it very much. with her children-! . the weekend with her parents, Mr. Wheeler and Mrs. Lelia Wells or-
do you base your claim? Is it because in this country nor ownership Mrs. Roy Cooper Reporter ..Wuililnghamt t Mr. Harm Lambert of DeLand and Mrs. Franklin Gaston. !Madison: over the weekend.
you are religious-maybe of property by your feelings. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph] \ : spent the weekend with Mr. and .
devoutly sot Many religious peopleare We have more reliable standards. MAKE DEAN'S LIST and daughter Mrs. Ilarlon! Lambertand Mrs. Ralph Cunningham.: He came I
lost Saul of Tarsus was a devoutly Why then claim citizenship ,In HAMILTON STUDENTS' son Chuck: of DeLand had supper for Mrs. Lambert and son Chuck I
religious man but a chief Cod's Kingdom or a right to the Wednesday night with their who have been spending several '
sinner' "For ye have heard of my home in,heaven on your.feelings.? Some 42 :students made the daughter and sister' Mr. and Mrs days with her parents Mr. & Mrs. T&kAboutTe ;
4 conversation: in time pact in the The Bible is the only,reliable stan Dean's List at the North Florida Lon Shadrlck and children of PI- Russell Alderman and children sir ] CJ

Jews religion, how that 'beyond ,dard but many are not aware of the Junior College for the fall Semes- netta. $ . Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and son had
measure I persecuted the church: need of studying and 'complyingwith ter just ended. To be on this list ? dinner with their parents and grand from Noxzcrna's Young Consumer Service fp
of Cod and wasted it: And profited it in order I to have salvation-, students must. earn an overall grade Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herring & parents Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham
In the Jews' religion above many of 'All need to heed the warning of of ''D'' or better. r children ,Jimmyv' and Billy of Sunday. ,' 5 I'
nation :2 Cor. :3-4.: ." But if our gospelbe Making the list from Hamilton Yulee spept several days last week
equals In my own being ,
my base with fabulous :
WORLD Is
Blair Mr.: and Mrs. Shiver had ,b, THE bursting
County are i Jerry Jasper with their ;
and
parents grandparents
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more exceedingly zealous of the traditions -]hid, it Is hid to them that are lost; = '
do Raise
and G. Kramer several of the children home with n things to to see, to investigate.
Betty Jennings. Mr and Mrs MeMn Selpht I
of my: Fathers//" (Galatlans :In whom 'the God of ,this world t your' I.-Interest Quotient-to' thet'nth. i
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1:13-14.: ). I(Satan) hath Winded the minds of .
.. degree, ,with new fun, new, friends, ,ex*
1:13-14)) again he, said "This is a 1 them which believe not lest, the made more difficult by the blinding iJ elements ga'orel: 1.-/1.,
faithful saying, and worthy 1 of all :light of''the glourlous 'gospel of' Satan U'doing through his min. AERMQTOR( SUBMERSIBLESCall \ i I
acceptance, that Christ Jesus came Christ: who is the image of God, haters (2 Cor. 11:13-15)) In the much i
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into the world to live sinners; of I should shine! unto them."Converting INTEREST IN THINGS-Art, music,
erroneous and false teaching being Dick Davis for price on any type ,
Christ and l his truth is good books-endlesi'wonder for
souls you
whom I am chief (1 Tim. 1:15).i: ) I to done. Due to such teaching peopleare
made to feel that all' Is well DEEP WELLS FROM 4" TO 40"Will D{ in the world'of creative, beauty., ;Such I '
lot
a to learn, to talk about-and
,with their souls .that they are saved .'.-?, \ maybe dol To make the I
/ ) most Interesting I
will Contract you
Drill the foot
when they have not as yet met the by or I
girl' In town.
FLORIDA factsSEMIPRECIOUS .
requirements Cod has given. '

... YOU ARE LOST UNLESS YOU Davis Well Drilling Go?
HAVE OBEYED THE GOSPEL OF
STONES
.(CHALCEDONY), OF CHRIST I I '
RARE BEAUTY ARE FOUND IN SEVERAL RIVER VALLEYS Many have never been taught, 1
IN FLORIDA. THESE LOVELY GEMS- BLACK ONYX,'CAR. nor have they any conception of Eager Road. Valdosta Ca. :: INTEREST IN PEOPLE-Younger, or

NEUAN, SARD, SARDONYX AND AGATE-COME FROM gospel obedience. Jesus taught thata CH. 2.5084 CH 2-5289 Collect older, they love to be ,noticed, love to
Day or Night, talk about themselves, thaw, their
THE TAMPA AND HAWU.ORNE: GEOLOGIC FORMATIONS man must do the Father's will not ', you
DATING BACK MILLIONS OF everyone that sayeth unto me Lord 'r hobbles., New friends come easily this
"- Lord, shall enter Into the kingdom 4" Well 2.50 per foot .. way, new perspective too on what,
YEARS.'a of Heaven: but he that doeth the makes people (and you) tick.
the will of my Father who is In 6" Well 3.50 per foot ':C,:: a
Heaven.[ Matt. 7.2L: Peters question
L ", what shall be the end of them 8" Well 2.50 per foot plus casing I
that obey not the gospel of God. r
'I Pet. 4:17) Implies that there is 10" Well 3.50 per foot plus casing
,
INTEREST IN YOU-The most fun
no hope for such a person. Paul
taught that these who know not God TURBINE SUBMERSIBLES and JACK PUMPS of all, and so easy, If you keep
and obey not the gospel will have the fragrant Skin Lotion with

vengence taken on them when ALL WORK GUARANTEED ;medicated properties at the top
Christ comes in flaming fire ((2 of your :skin care program. It

Thess 1:7.9.: The Romana were ASC F..H. A. and V. A. APPROVED ti cleanses quickly, discourages
freed from sin when they obeyed surface blemishes, doubles as a
th ethem f arm ._.., ....__t._..._._ d_u._red 'V, make-up ,base, too. ...
Phosphorus..AN EVEN MORE PRE """" '" -- ------- -- L1!.....
Romans. 61718.: U"'UY""I -- _
CIOUS DEPOSIT BECAUSE IT IS VITAl TO Allp did by dyln gin sin ,

WINO THINGS, ALSO IS FOUND IN'THEp I with the Lord in baptism and being ..;
f HAWTHORNE AND BONE VALLEY FORMA4, raised to,walk In newness of ,life d R OM -
frONS. PHQSPHATE ROCK' IS TODAY THEfj thus Imitating the death, burial and o ;;,

,. )BASIS+OF 'A' STABLE, IMPORTANT FLORIDA I resurrection of,Christ. (Romans .S: :
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INDUSTRY.r? 1-5,1: Cor. U:l-4, have- yet olxyhdthe '_
'gospel TKenneth t,
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S1X Wf..JM'.P.E'bNn'.s.' ,M I E"-p'.f. R M Friday, February 2& ,,9 4

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':J. v !M e aae rAIU au. dfrl ll.announced 1,1. : ,

i ; iptil i'Stfictly ill 3 I OT2 na 4 1SMB "d1.Q I .
', b will a +t' Or "_": 1 I; :
that sponsor be aWe
\ : they .erI an will
13 i in Hamilton CotffifyptThank -4,0 ( i tCgtaJtt7F
f ; adtadllbWskItbAll'gaM\ qntday, t t-better-as--a- :
} we \ 'r,1t 1 nlmtmlt9n'tA *..1 4M School churfch: at'sBaptist '
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I Matth: 13m- I experience.
.I:; ; .. .;. 7"1 "MenU and m'1,9 \aiftuJ1&( aVfter
.ftTclephone'SYcanxore-tjf-O I51' tt 91t JtI".J C Gym; Thei';'wlll be My experience
1 ..1''x1 I : : noon she and Mrs.:Collins and Kin.',
.* 1 Women's lame with 'several acts bn the House of
YI Mr. and MM. Robert E lert, Edit n.aldPubluitxs) }: of entertainment between games..' Lem Hughes went to Palatka for atilt 'In tf1..Senate'. and 4'

Anyone who wishes to play\ with Mrs.' James Beck a sister Live Oak CuOJuncU:

please. contact 'Mrs. Beverly, BuiJardv of Mrs bolttn&j :Monday they .pledge! to represent j
the COMMUN/T/ 1
U/V/TY/ / in '
'is i ( phone 397-2151 at White drove to Jacksonville to see Mis-: of .the district fairly '

f/mf/ Gf 75 f/ic/ JOB DONE Springs : Billy Brogden then' back to Susvaiv Your'vote and I1J

_. __. ,..... -1, nee County and home' Tuesday

"y vtnrpol t ht morning i iI v preclated.HOUSTON,,
')/'o.' e e VAn I

T-< \ .14 interesting* feature of the tier ,
f I
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Public Announcements i .
I vice at Olustee Battle ground hat '

: .,..... ..- .- urady was d detachment t>f Soni of PAYTON B

/' wcraCPrr: 'COURT tb/i!/ b o mh s3s Xvrner of said lot 1, beginning. of a curve eon" to the Confederate "Vet ran from' ,South' FOR REAR

,TUIR1> < run thence south 71 d..,... 00 mla. asterlhaving a radius of Kit.61feeu Carolina:-' -trftmiform. They fired a
CUIT.: ]rl JANIItthFU1tH. A.M;, fetes Rut 111.l\ feet ,to |h* ...fn. run.thence northerly alonv said To the Voters 0(
.." .. 1TTbNCOUNTY, nine of'tuWVoncs>> : to the'AorthLMfltevbegl curve threugh a total central angle salute to the flag. At the commend :
t Ft.ORID. ... > Tradln, of MU1 ,.... of t decrees 10 minutes a dlUae/ they'loaded# (heir rifle' \yfth powder I I 'I'Was Dprh Au Itt f
J.rl lIIIR3.H"TlaOIU1'I1f01r.'ERl'IBn' ..tc-O I alone Md curve of 11017 fset t<* theend of said 'miles Jth'of"
.1(410,4 .f.\.a"wl fro 1t \ w4 t1JO/.debAi6. Hw end of Said. curve curve., run .....nc. North+7 degreesIt'inlsute and flr d.. n Jasperv Y
': second East Tit.tl f entire Jife) Hilt
run thence South IS degrees It mittut 0T( in.,
; .* East 17,07.Jf.tt.to the northeritfnrt )/ tr.to the."anter Ihie of 8.E. tat 5.arn 'graduate'of
t -a.d rnAitiiraHARRIS: ) ** i 6'rtie I vast tine 'Of Blorkj I 4dOtresl Main). '- ." '" \ .t\fat\ Utt1e'Fredle )
Traat.M>*l B*M.atsliw.gs If.Part Ill Caldw lT'r0iRY, "y at .a'p : p.'. FtI.ruin t. fV a nonb the N.,rth, aityrile exclusive. of xletlng road right of, atfer.tiWLi I
Cltarrk.4Je lilVtrTtlocfc 111. I : ,h me 1A thehaspit.I Farmer: :Degreeiw L l>
PiaingtA' f '
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+ .. ..,- ..-' t '"t 7 dot|,altpla!| > m,.1l stare meretee, OV/NED'aTi, Bunberg tl.fefv.aadher'hu.band .I '. burws ... t: the former Alma Eow' O rbu

Alt ,.n... rleiklav..? .ee-, .. i rd Jt'I..ttpc .roldtlgA,('. otLptipnev Jerome C,Kle: Cb-a ,
tat..'* t..111t1..e :tffP't Mr*. Charlotte'J'omeorj and) V Springs and.we haye,: "
v l eW tan s Stitt :=Jf; t yd0dtt40ZWItIOa .EI'ebllt t3upplyqpa 8RD WO" 1011 RIGHT OP, *'r'Itat > Alice Bryant Vere'" here from"Jax, 1 I am amembcpf, 5 ... 801
\ a.r.'d.Rrbed/ l.r }., p.v.(_, Q n !, part oft Y
: t. tfre fl' of visiting Mrsfl JohnsoN mother Mrs. tist Church and have
*****.*"; t .lJip t t04.4 'Ioter-"t << Lot 3qf. Block! 111. aec.rdrg''toLang I
5 ..blf.1Id'nt.: carte SJMgP DbunoA ,.ncI Fnlle.. DUD' ** 'Retrace survey man of tbe1ty I Simpsorf.'and 'grandmother Mrs.JTarbude director and .vice, 1 t

THE All EsTATE oeraona Ojf-FIjORIDA..clalfnlns; n'XOl: i AF eleI1T. f IO1l. O'r., AT'1 Lying of easterly.1 of Florida.and within S* foot tcfJ jWtenw the funeral.. otMrs. ,I Hamdltpn Coupty, FA Stml

rt ht into Interest\ Inot I en iitkni Tif. 1 I of the surer Hne of State .Road .Rhoden I I fully aware of
the ,.,1 \ described. ea:JI W5 5$: .,14w.W. But Streets In Japer Section $2iO0 1401)said ) ar55e.' am ; ; {
t er .1\1._')wtth.rott t>e',4an\. \L. ve/e>r>((lieT qw.o: /.Jvsper: Florida survey line being* described as, ,Hamilton County and I c)"
\ *"" Daniel 'and Jewtl Smith had
follows
A.CL. a
.t..tf1: fNaupdM'awned by ;; vor, jf elected.'b'> '
You are hereby BO<'lft.
...* ,". ."*.* ".".0 Ai(tJUrtTLfor RUtht kwhlotii 1 :nnalnton North,' ; : East people 'fairly, :
s proceeding t. Qulmt.Uia.' has beaii I lJSrti' .trousrtwrin: Circuit Court for Hamllton.Caantyv oft ar" ..UTverrSUi\* of .State'iRoml8f th*.*o4>U4as| cornerohasid S*q" nt. .' ThAt'MnIng'they' went with !
Florida *a..I.IIt..n ( t't.in ta0l perslps claiming Mr alaN> right, .*WriorV y fflt:1r.O: ; .a* ,+wrefttda "W..t" ltO.1O feet the Concert Choir to( LVbarry whereOn campaign and I '. '
title. or fnterest In;o# -lleh. Anon, the fqllew.) nO' r "' ran, tto nq.'f.n: rss 31. min, ( thin occasion"girls" In the'choir' .thankful for vote III
follewltia1. "described rent.t property, Begin r<'arty! '!xt''nsfr>a oftiWttMFf utee t to bl'8 formals while the i your IIe
.Itll..... In )1.mIUCoC4tll.tjJ.IOrhU,.., \ .. : It Block toOorflMent the'b.gl a curvb concave to. wore long rt
to.W Iolfb Bloc: 3I.;! CaldwellV. aBUf't point X1.4.*ooH erJriifro4i She 'eautb feet run thence northerly' along zSaturday1he took daughter Joyceto : her>. ah
II,7..r, Japart Flock iI" west cornfr'Tef tai'| 2$. ru* said carve through\ a total centralangle .. a ".'If hlr; "
Id.& .' ltvm l'N4t15c5:: ..K\ hilnutesKal7l of decree* Id minutes' a dl." Arcadia where she sang af the : ) i : dnd
'ar. hereby to*111 sate: .f *I"" feet to the end of said JASPER SENIOR 1f
and yea' rtqtilrrfd >ftj(
with; ; *:,be Clerk: of! old' L ovtwrt 1 +out f a j|curvjigofinij: to...the;southweit 10 curve...1,;.run...._ thence ell ...con North d. E.et 1. degree 7010 Wt to n. : : :".J .,: ..
wntte appaaraoa i (Perlpal y. orI tK r of reap. tun CLUB MEETS!
written !appearance Personally') ; ( ci' tier h* c lepaterlrsale.*; : id.e ;101- feet ;to th* ceat.-..- fs.1.t ; -
I before the .Kth day oC'iarHMU; ..11 test to the .nd.of'said onrv* run Street (Main). The.Watson wedding was a lovely j : : in. thm
'D. 1114.att.rth. 1. U&IIC4I-I ..tht. tl hnos'8ottth 71 d.gres to minute Containing. 0114 acres more or les' home"affair' in ale o ftlje oldArcadiaarnes The Jasper'lSenor! i ] < n
anunons)i *uid thereafter to ale fvteej : < to the Nertheasterlr sxcliMlw of existing road right ef 1 featured 1 in,the.Ag Building onr : '
1iM.JILIltat which
on the opposing H counsel and : east line.cf Lot *. : a 1964. Our f -. 1l
'ale with MM Clerk ,.ur writtenp.. IIr 'tlock S Caldwell's Survey al a point OWNED BYt b.: U Worley and his winding! stalttta for' the elaborate President ; : .
f If to the oemphUnt at the .T feet northerly from the NortheasteVlstlaV wife Haler Worley. with'many attendants. ington called the ;
r-) prescribed by law, tbereta-eet- : t BED NO. 1111 inOH'JI OF WAYThat wedding : ( I))
'tine' up th 'esUte. riabt.tftl' ;' rInterett ;?, r. .t.- :., part oft Saturday'anll'Sunday they were In at 1.45: pjn The !!. : :' : R
e btor.1I.a npo*. the aboved.ICrlb.d ; fea I' Tlfr.l't guests
*property' of Japer Floridadescribed; .. ;
,ela1nte4F1 I 1_ ( ; : ""'rIJ.: Fgrdi:and, fels follows: Eastern Morgans who'lived in Jasper several proved by the mem '
ietgtwdiydltIs.pyoet tb.'b .
** edge of ter/w/ : railroad. 'ago;: Old h.aa1nes.IV" ,.__
WITNIKS tny lSaa' the 8W ecraer of Lot formerly years fore
'Ui..DecJar.UoD it
lbScr I' the club. We disCU
of tbla' said Court at JaII(r |n filed In the abov owned by. J. W.. Pesnlngton, aow Joyce sang'at t the church on Sunday I .

this 4th day of,ianlak.FebriiaT'i'AlX 1 wtJt' ">'lit V*: :,.' t-/ th. '"Petitionersthe ewoed by air. Edith Worlry, thence morning: get money for the kt
.M O'IItl.f( the. proceed- run mouth on the Eastern edge of nual. We could get a w {
(SEAL /.. C>|rk Circuit,-Court'of. i Sunday! evening they attended
.' I ngrixoC 4h* taking of the abov desiribed said r/w a dlstaac of 11* test to lotowned '
V *)'flam II ton Countyby HO and one-half
th* set the Methodist Church, wedding In Orlando at
i purpose by a' miltary
,,'.Ie. ODe, Deputy .Clericm drth Vl"t'hf"j't' In, thl cause.rlal thence East 110 feet to Stink Street I Gerald Smith made .
which played.They
:i* right of way for a portion thence North along the Western.5g. Joyce we'
bring certain
,THE CIRCUIT COURT. St N.: "J.E Third Street"laut of Frlnk 8t 111 feet to land formerly came home early Monday a
,OF .THII-;! THIRD.JUDIO I Ji. C Hamilton County owned by J. W. Fenalngton after seeing Joyce back at Stetson.ATT&NTIOX money to help pay for ;
A !RMRIrONNCOUNTTIN J JJ lb. Honorable Baraosl thence West to a point of beginning! ed to bring 50 e and
/ I Ij i' e''of ths'Jndges of' tb.ro and being In Sections I and a ef sass
CUAfi1C10tTe rt the Third Judicial Township t North Kane 14 .!:alta Jr. dub to help out"

OLnEa :1f 7 is 0 4[ : 'willon.11 the:.*aithJIMat '0-- : (1)AND Comreesclng at the *(tcrthwe .maining amount. : :

j IT PlaIDtiU J cy t!I..k .-Itaatlltoa'C.unty corner of the Lot belonging t. the Virginia Bell of White Springs New business was I
t "'iia. it t Florida) .con- Methodist Eptaoopal Church South and VTrgie Hyman of. Jasper are lntemied.in. '
I' : who
no.m .. D : Parallel with th. !Marvin Selph;
North
4 -,. Detin n0.t (... :' I ildII no i id ms ski= aid ACL running Baflroad ttfeet. theses at right gettftis the names of all j.I.to'decorate the place -r

!r..D 'J bTlTlrOt : (IT .. 'Re pro. .- Ill angles' with I ACL. Railroad'runningRaet I ttie i ,Hamilton ,County men, who!coming' banquet. ______S 'ar
: : J I''.rt,.. 1. t M partto* ItO feet thence South along
FLO_,. .1' wh ,IC' !' .itttA a .nd .b* heard Frtnk It. tt feet: thence West 110, fought In the Battle of trustee and The program was
TO 8ILBR .', .; I .. faeglnalng to have' the names of any. living children. I I
'whose r lad addr.g4 l{ I. 1 '.Toth' >u arahetgby and tIrttrcaf.: .. and to keep and Elex our, members! Billy
nakoowm:. \9'' ''' *lf to now the present we have '
Up
A sworl)4lotlcgmpW4 i ItM'8"( "end to .r' b T: fUtog' an maintain .arvl dlspone'of' 1I h' place a talk on "Forestry; I'.1
Croom llorne .Thomas Bell John
U11..aaawer t the th'oi' h4rtofer of residue foB tne useand occupancy -p gave a talk oH'faJ
bee filed In thU. Cawrt a.*.fcist you
o I ) this a f. the entitledourt tb* rot the Method j1st II, Lee. '
the rellsf therein uWh.Inw dl 'pl .l1"c-:; Don ?
I (:: on or before March 11: 1144; ) South who may I sa d
vorce, you art required to Mareh'5 snaweraald I:o 'istjftjj '>>V *>*wI11' title; interest from time. to tlm+ .b. appointed In Daughters living in the county Keeping Records'" t' -
complaint on or before ."r ntfflroti. or any of youi hat I. said p2.0..ubl.ct't the usage and I are Florence Ryan Vlrgle Hyman : '
+ 1MI; to Odle M Henderon. lands discipline of theM-N. C. South ax Then the main ;
furnishing
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Plainlltrs.At. :howrtibiethi same Mamie Lee '
ortdac shatild Sol be front time, te'tims authorisedand Kate Bell Henderson '
may ed over to }1Ir. 'Al
tornsr a copy thersot..b. deans :,e taken ff>kh*, use sad purposes discharged; by the General Conferenc : Bradshaw of .t minl". 'I !
i pro confess will b..atsr.d afalnstMT 'etjorth,|n ,tbe,Fetltlon Ned herein of the ,said Church and by others. Please contact : a few pointers to I' ;1. ,
"o''ITN1C88 band and'the offte11 WITNEsS and the Seal cf th. annual conference. within whosebounds : There are He then gave out : ,
111" Ue title Sprlngt'VlrgIe of :
the skid must White
I ; rf oa 10th day of KsbruCLERJC. : premises! are Virginia BelV:
ceal of talc Court at Jasper.Florida 'ry,1114't. .y'aELMA, which were j ;: : an"
UI'. this Ird day ., February : LEWIS ed ; Hyman Jasper Each hasa' I of Cattle by they Teeth I ) ,I

..OF THE CIRCUIT AND- ) "phone. '
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Tbelraa JAwta "FaJOlii : : :Mr.
COURTS IN AND FOR HA.MILtOtq (1) Commencing at a stationor orrow, ] ,P.r
Clerk of Circuit. Court. '! of Clifford have this record is good for \
\ : XXXTNTY; FLORIDA point orv the North edge To "Field Corn 'rck ; ] of
Odls M. Hendercon b A... In.the Tow*,of ,Jasper at the !
Jtu ss D.puly Clerk history and for our home re- I
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Florida, 1u"J :: ; I good Pfd
Jasper, w: A:; rbONTr 8W corner of Lotjreld by Mary Dor- ', These were d1s ; ] .
; Fsb.1 II at Hi liar I ATTORI1 r' ) .." to J. W. .F..n..Ien'" and laUr 'cords. ther. ) ; 1 -. ,
I O BOX SI sold fto Percy 'Bodge and roanus All
4 CIRCUIT COURT Your help win be appreciated. .
IN THE rAspzst,, theno along the-North edge of CHr :. The meeting was : Jas
OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL FLORIDAREAL) ford Av.. West 10( feet, thence North grave should be marked with mark : "'
pm.
CIRCUIT IN AND rACY 4W PIERCE 10S feet thence East 101 tests thence{ rl provided by the U. S. Govern 1 da: ...
FOR )HAMILTON COUNTYFLORIDA. flOLLAND BUILDINO South 10S feet to point of beginning,
I of and within It feet ment. Reporter :
rALLAHAJBSBB, FLORIDA lying easterly <|
LAW NO.STATE >P COUNSEL! FOR THE PETITION of th. survey line of State Road / : ) Mr.
ROAD PBUTAMTimNTOV SRS Streets la Jasper: Section ItStO-SIOS ..- 1 &
FLORIDA.Acs said survey line being described a. Mrs. John Thlgpen of Newport :
q--r ct the Stated i1 follows: Rlchey was here last weekend visiting Rev R. C. Joyner Val-]
FtorMa, r COURT Reclining on th. esst the of Section '' .. p
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$ and attending vival at Chain
0 -JUDIO I. Township l'North) Range-14 East!: ; : the C. B. Harrisons :
RAMII.TO! COCHTT. a PolHUml ILA311LTONIN000NTYLAW at a poise Tit.t feet Northerly from to business. in
aabdlvWM .! the State < FOIl th. Southeast corner of said Section' Mr. and Mrs. C. B. the''
.f Florida. FIXMUDA I. run thence South I tt degrae." 19 *
Petitioner, NO. minutes Ot second Weet ItO tt feet Don Arlen ot.F. S. U. son as guests the past .
-ve.ROaA .- ITafB KOtlr tMCIMMTMRVrA4t I run theno North 1 ,degree St minute Jddm and Mrs. Clyde Harrison at
BELL WBTRBHIVOTOM! OPI Ot .second West VH tl feet ; of Mr. and Thigpen
.t ... .A. geary. ef .the Kate the beginning of a curve concave to Miss Donna' Haiiey of North Carolina and Miaifti and Mr.,a {: 13,

Def..d."t. ...., tynJNMxIii r the easterly having a,' radios of and a stuOent at F. S.. U. visit McKrtvey of Jax. ; '
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JKOTICafor"RUIJB
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,ithencenortherlyaloag
Ittt$ f ,run > '
HOTVH OP KM1NBKT DOMAIN' irROCKEDlNoai ,eu ILTgw...COUNTY. ..U... sald .,ur>.>lhrongh. a total central ed In Jasper :Saturday ethe.C; B dash
ml *
.Wb. < lbs State '
.. angle of t dagre0altninutss s. The love :, ; and
Graham Blade!. '
Harrisons *. ;
( FterMa.. .Mr
AND BT THB ATHORITT ef.llt IT feel to the (,
IN THE NAME f a distance etA! with U/Not" '
: 'is. pant
Or T118 STATE OT '; 11 : r.tltloners said curve ) ;. thence North and the Kirby Sandlins.
oW7Ea1. sp.... tt mll\utee.IO, eeMds lEa responsei. "is l by : v. .
FLORID krHlU. et ak l feet to th. tw'"t.rUn..oC BouU-! ae.SMr. r ,t
MAT Tit | ;: ;(
CON .
IT things'.pilitusl"7
TO ALL. WHOM i to
: tefsndsnta east First Street MalaV: ). .- w and Mrs Claude Williams d )
CERN and to all persons and partleacidmlag.or IKOWtCK or HI'LM NISI Containing '.0"$ acr.s.roof* or les*. I lookT.Is my:'dress,
guests
title I .
Georgia were
bavin rlghM Gainesville
any WOTHiSJI, OP V3MINBNT] : DOMAIN ... ( road right of
Interest! estates: mortgage or ,other "RO( EDJNCoI', way.acluelapot' I "- .:.. existing I. >.kOWNKD last Sunday of Dr..John T. Miller "'Is this hat too
of
lien' to or on those certain parcels BY THB AO-
.BY Jasper Methodist When it gets into the
I land hereinafter deaorlbed. and tha ii- OF" i and his family Mr. anr Mrs. Leon ,
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following persons together claiming with by all r1. kJDffL Wllo1a. Church Subject*'. Uerta-age. II10 '.' Re. Sandlin Jr. Mrs.'Williams Is a sister class, it is too bad. ,
unknown parson IT MAY CON
through .*r under- known' person C't. :. and to ,a I lit p.raqua and parties ::rt.nl1: >Book'tl.of pages National 4IS41S Mission of the late Abblt Nix of Athens Whert the : re-
1 whoare dead, or who not known el" knit {oat Is too long .
sat "" or4ta4nk .nJII'rt.liu.tfu ;: of the Methodist Church Georgia who feast. fob: many Irean

SECTION to be dead m or ,alive.1491:.. 8TATH ROAD :lnt lien reit tjo .,Ki'l\snortgage robe er rosla, other of of TAKE Taking NOTICE has been thai died I a I In Declaration the above' prominent hi Georgia politic!:$he shortened and'it'I Is : : -
COUNTY NAMES d..eMb.r I should[ be packed > ont
HAMILTON 'hereinafter and th styledi' cause by the Petitioner theiMieirlnerauJhiorltjr Is also hostess fgtthe. city of Gaines :
1 AND ADPRE83J.3: *" ii, v at tollewlnsT persons; together with). all of these prooeed- love of fashion has '
: Vine Ga.
t Oeorg Ford unkaewn person claiming byi: : of th tftklag.ot the above des.crlbed :
l\rs. ? .
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Address ,.k own known : ,
;tinder persons Usds'for the p rpos* set | : t
HLILD No.. 1W'"f..rat' .' srh. ar.doati. on who are not kaown fortX In the Petition In this cause, The best magazine reading I do I I greatly ..:. boy
rVocllle Ford to be dd or fretONO'RON.lt1001441.t via.i As right', of way for a portionof ;
and
Addrea iraknownM.1KD > STATE ROAD> a: Stale ROM<( dMlarnktrd an RE. Is after I thumb through and decide terests penon [ :

N ;:nvil i; HAMILTON...COUNTY| NAMES Central Avenue and Kaowle St. in there's nothing Id like to read and, rate and not the :
Compstly lae.
Union .I ctrl Supply AND ADDRRSNEtft: of 1..perL.mUtn'a TouatyFlorida ,
the City
," P. 0. BOX iliaValdosM. 1 DiYl.tot*'.t r t4atlona1- Ulssloa : that the Honorable Samuel then early in the morning before ,I ; : i: "

D.. No.Georgia 101.1 of ** Aletkodlet. OiurchITIl.Arqh S Smith one ef the Jodr of the day to"turn on the light and find Mrs. George Smith : : > ; ; d

WECflON 8 H. StSO..I4.t, BTATB ROAD P :e) ilfc.Street! Fa Circuit of Court Florida' In the i wril Third on th JudicialCircuit Slth I exerflent reading In Noverber.1963. i I last week to Winter t the

4 HAMILTON- COUNTT DE8CR1PT. N*. US.1 *. day of February, 1M4; at 10:10: e'- Journal &(thinking" by:Phillip I J. their'aauzhter.Mrs.. and
IONS: Lord I a Aamb.ra, Kle( rM County to'eTO
i rlock In the Hamilton then
LORD No. 1014 niQHT OF WAY I ,Farming. HoadLrf Courthouse a.m at Jaxnor. Florida consider Wyler. and Saintf' the World thru, acros* : en- >:

That part.eft ::1 )t > ;tj}'. Kentucky paid DerlaraMon of Taking: My O 1dnft'. eyes" by Rosenthal), ten Anna Marcus ; and
Th West Half ot Lot I. Block 121etco.rding .t 5BP 101.1lflFth'tA appoint appraiser, and'maks such ,Waters i
to.....'. map'of the Cliyf Jero Ordrr as the Court deems proper. All a foreign correspondent. I
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"..perl It'lorUla and being furthlr I ; h Road
partlee! to the suit aad all parties I la.
'' tfeaarlbed. .. follows> I IBertaaUg. .,spa'.t/oe'IYoatuck, __ .
l b. -
: .r..ou may apnearand "(urn
at the Northeast eorasref 8fct>. No. 0/,1 at the time and place designated..
flleMWaal '
i the Intersection of Carolina. Btn.laad OUtWorler :
,You. and each of yon are hereby
th* r/w of the ACL. Railroad North StreetYaMoata
commanded to appear by flintaa FARM
and being the Boathwest eomsr of Georgia Answer to the Petition heretofore FOR !:
the tract of land hereby conveyed and 8RD No. IOU filed I. this cause In the entitled
i run thence North along the b.terw.dgs iraley, Worler Court, on or before March Sit: Itl4t >; :
of.r/w: of old A.C.U. Railroad ;10 Wast North Street to. show what right title Interest t )
beaoa, East 101 feet Uienc : ;
Sit fat[' .. laldapyp: Gaorfl Iw er lien roe, or any of yon: have Is .
South Slf feet tbene* West alongth and to the above-deecrlbod land sad \
TYN''tlf00llebl
Nortboa.dg. Carollaa Street .J;: STATE ROADHAMILTON shew cans why the same should not
111 feet to paint o f beginning' COUNTY DESCRlPT. be .kea for the use sad purposes 200 acres NJAR' I
Iging northerly of and within. tl IONS: V set forth in th. Petition nied her*!.. "1
: feet .f Uie *ar.*r' II.. ef State .RD "C ..! wain OF WAY WITNESS my hand and th. Seal ef \
Roa.4.Street* la Jasper Section IM*> Thattp.rt.h ': I 1
: this Court on title 10 h of Fehruarr. -
I ',.' 3.... aid Surrey line being decrbd | -. _Lot. sor Bleek ttlf." Lasg-s Surveyof 1) day ttl on1yt$150''per$ ) acv"e r> I
'. V11. .rtgll.wat veriestBegia f 0 the'' .P41'. JflorMaj.S**, 'bEUU"S J f;
.?- ;'t,: salt the southerly itishin' troll /4 i cvn.itlrt' 4 N !.i A'.f.Ai CLRRK: OF THE rmtnFOJC
I'i'! '" the wet line of Let 1f. ffi0l411,0/ .. COURT IN AND JIM :,
,m point tl.l feet somberly from theuthwest LIfo:. paiterly- and within tt feet 1 MTLTON COUNTY:FJUJRfDA I 'O11"W. : c ; \
J'lei
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{: corner of said Ut UtruaNorth the, nvrvey line of State Road I by Allc Joss Deputy. Clerk e iV .
_ ', t nc. If d.gr..14 minutes. Street la Jasper.said Beetloa 11(01401 1 W. A. DRURTCOhNTt r.
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.'' t TIM Tat 4* tha>berinhtoc of a '.rvpi( llse/bttng described .at ,ATTORNBI}' .1' 1 L BRYAN i1 799jB5 .
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''. i ceoeanre t* th* enUiwt hav. fDU...l' P. O BOX II '
'"l. ran>* of t4JI fset. cun.I BegkinlaaT on th :eaal line of Section JASPER. -orROBERT --
';: 'j,: easterly along said curve 1, Township I 1 : Eases M Rasaat ) J'LOlUDA.SEAL) !
:..:... i teai. to th. ...4 of. said corv a point til.I tI.l lion f.12f.At AW PIERCE E"LERT .
'7, South TJ degree. II mla- tits of saM FtHLDTNOTALLAUARSER
".",: '' lll.it feet to a point on t, run1 tt"t't';. I* degree. ft ; FLORIDAOF Registered Real Estate Broker .
art, extension. of the eae- Minutes ,seconds West Ittlo fset COUNSEL FOR THE: PETITION : .
: Lot I, Block f a a dl. ran tbtace North 1 minute .,
l+ :4I J.st soattt.rly from 00 l** ndi Wst 1J4.II feat. to the Teb. 11.: It; March It It .

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:-BW I An: "I OUTE"6TO RAYBURN HORNE NS T """ l' t3T1cs
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Et i A7 I JJJ a,irivlbdLaH : YEAR 't
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i was c iv '.WITHr, ,.JASPER : ) 9 OC'l ea the.

t i. ..... .J'.I" [ \ Mi the S l CpnseryaJUaa .Serv 1 v o.i8 in".11. la't IWHiiowyThe t'ic' I .Apd 1).11. {Waterohereajslx'tlidltta4 J7lib "
sore. "J sJiiti'" 1f IUw rtn + spring pieetitig-, .ttie'Dlstrlct m >
4 MEMCUtANZ&TM FOR THE RTA. will meet'In Jaspef on Tue- Kentuey For
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HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS day March 3. at the Methodist Fellowship to the : daring.19S3-d4 hunting ""

Perry M. Coalae.Funeral AND AGENCIES I Annex. Registration will employee according to Regional

begin at 9-00! a.m., with the meet.. Rufus Brantley Goodsoa. ,
services for Perry M. The Red Cross Is a visible, gen Webb's said. "This U -
a
Conine, 68, were held Sunday at:. erous expression of the American I log getting under way at 93C.: Tha proached kill and reflects the rec in ,

2.30: P. M.' In the-Chapel of Harry People's 'concern .for their neigh group will be served lunch at the)i brand new .. ia game population*

(T, Reid Funeral Home. bore,Terror of disaster Is lessened Jasper Elementary Cafeteria at I to populations bare been
.
Mr. Conine a resident of Jasper by the effective assistance given by 1:00 pm.JASPER" I It. also : increasing in Florida ,it

t passed away suddenly at his home our Red Cross to the victims of fire declined, several years, while small t

Thursday afternoon Feb. 20, after floods, earthquake and storm both PJ.- Rhoden. populations are inclined

-EU suffering a heart attack. Mr. Coniifi In the instant of emergency and drove past fluctuate yearly, depending
jvas born July 22.: 1885. In the long aftermath recovery. MEETING TUES Fruit the success of breeding \

Survivors Include his wife Avle American servicemen and their tg -- of town to nesting during the previ!

Conine of Jasper. One son. Arthur families by the tens of thousands The Jasper P.T.wUl hold"Its I they taw ,ear.. Better law enforce

Paul Conine, Jasper. Two daugh- each year turn to the Red Cross regular meeting in the Jasper Elementary abandon !% t 'prOf etlol1 and increased

ers, Mr. I). F. McCaU and Mrs. when a helping hand U needed inlime School Cafeteria on TUOS- _J2SBay. support for game laws
Ilswddt'aatair bbUt:E."JaeJa; eKnfcnd'ertwtegencles. ,, also Wen imporfllnt f09.
; family pt dry evtningtMiinTi'; 'Id',7: p. (driver{ ..
vine; two sisters\ Mrs. E. O. Black: More than half the blood Founders Oayi Honors will be ob 'license In'producing more game." ...

Plant City. Florida and Mrs, Gene used annually by the natloa's hospital served., The nominating comrnlt- I an -fl1rtd!<< stated,that "1"

Bembry of Lee, Fla.; 11 grandchildren la available because the Red tee for, next year's officers will I fI'o! InveatJ<< 1"T, nceeM of quail} and squir : J

and a9q:great. grandchild also Cross mobilizes volunteer donors. make their report. ": :Vealed the hunters in most'areas has e 1

survive.M. This program; is a najRwal, sourceof tI'he: P.T.A. Exexcutive Committee The two, I;, the best la recent years. ...
L. PaveD Billy lEfl, Harvey strength and well bang which I will meet In the Prln ip o1',.office and I Robert ) kill. for eaeo.arest. ..,
.. Oehlert and Joe Walter" Sapp',accompanied heartily endorse as President of the at the Elementary School Just ]left : 171 deer 'and 42 tat :,
.. *' *' :' ** :
v "f v x" ;
95 deer
The{picture above was taken at'the; dedicativsi on February 19of at the piano by Mesa United] States and as Honorary prior to the. regular meeting at 1 they stole j CuapBlaltdinc. << "

a portion of State Road C in),Ifadison O3 y..to the:memory of Ray Sharon Sapp sang 2' songs," "The Chairman of the American National 7:00 p.m. along the turkey: 181 and 24 deer'hogs 179; Gtif.tar-
.
Old Ruffefed"Cross 'and Rock ofAges. Red Cross. .
turn non e. At left is Mallory Home, and'at;..rit.1s U P. (Pete) Gibson ') era ',." j.John3Ift everyone ls cordially Invited and they } 'sad S25 bops Oaeeola.
Lynda B. urged to be for the general where
present
( ,they
legislator bun the district which:includes. Madiaon County.The Honorary1 paObearers were the President Johnson's litter to Federal meeting. Chevrolet ; deer aDd 54 turkey Stela-

ceremony commenced' at 1030; a.m. gear the intersection of World War1 1"Pat of Live Oak. employees which ,Is shown There they : 23* deer and 27*

State Road 9 with U.,S. 90, and.was opened wth'prayer by onq of the Active Pallbearers, were Frank above eloquently summarizes the T which they ; : ; Lake Butler. 145'deer, :',:,

ministers of Madlscn. ,Mallory' '.Home, .nephew' pf Rayburn Home, gave Matthews. Xsadore Johnso ,-Ji-.L. 'purpose and program of yar Amer When they : 68 turkey. the j;
In
bear taken
tMtjadrfress'faf memory of Rayburn Hoax, The weather'was a bit chilly Reeves, Russell Rhoden. Jack Rye lean National Red.cro.is trr a,sense CAMSTHANKS lege they. : ANa iras during the regtt- *A

ad'Mallory Home stated that he.thought. hU-bekmed ut* e;would Harre'U. Reid. ,*> it might be compared: 'to 'a'mbtualinsuraace and ltoJ and eight darte the f
season
favor a very brief'ceremony so that the peopd'CO Jd gej.$In out of the Rev. W.'.H.'Gt6ysnd''IteV'lt L. : : ,whqffiSycgN, stop was : pre&IIOtbMr h'UU.* .'

cold weather, This remark touched the heart of *tf,prftsentt because Bennett officiated.: Interment was one pays in a few dollars eriewyear to uQ the ,. and squirrel season +

It would have.been exactly the thoughts of,the joan,being"honored. In Evergreen Cemetery in Jasper. and fervently hope they will never' Sheriff remain open through Fab-

'!\,large crowd was assembled, near the: speakers:platform that Harry T. Reid Funeral Home of be in a position to Bet back any of with having 23, except: in the man

had>bern'erec,ed'on: the south, side) of Stale Ro. djB.;' gnfearie* from Jasper was In charge.; It.We car theft' \ areas. All wildlife man

all part.b'f Wdrida( were present: members of me SUte' ,] oad' Board can Imagine a, situation in The kindness and sympathy,, of I tense : : areas in northeast Floe
end State Road Department several Senators and State'Representatives ANNIE SMITH RSODENFtwral which some of the money we have neighbors and friends in our recent I auto theft. closed to hunting on Jan-' '

sheriffs and judges and num@1'OUt) other 1 'ernrrienta.Jo) ,da The services for ;Mrs. Annie invested In the Red,Cross would sorrow will always remain with ue cense I to : .6. AucUIa Oeceola. SUiai -
come back to us. Suppose a tornado leased n" ,and Lake Butler
croup' |assembled truly were the people who had bee.t life-long Rhoden 58 were held Monday a precious memory. Our sincere I i areas \
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of three
\ demolished one our j a U. S. : : onfor spring gobbler,
afternoon at 2:00 pm. in the First thanks and gratitude for all those be- \
and
friends associates of Rayburn Home all had pouWdduring the '
; three four hours the
Babtlst Church. towns. In or for the F. l from'Ma "eh 28 through
Mrs. Rhoden a comforting acts.
morning of a" cool'day to let forth a marker of memory:Jo Jhe one Red Cross would be"bere with 3.
12.
resident of Jasper passed away Mrh Ruth Stebbins, Mr. and Mrs. .werema .
had all loved 'his life and desired
they through that gener'ah5nsoo t come clothing, medical faculties( and
.
suddenly at her home Friday after W. A. Register The Miner family,
might know of this feeling. :: 7 I what ever else was needed. This
oJ noon after suffering a heart attack. and the Rhoden family.
At conclusion of the 'address by Mallory HcTpJy.burn 'SurvIvors includ4..2 daughters: sort of situation has happened I Iy

Horn (Esther)'was called upon to withdraw the drapery:.from the Mrs. Ruth Stebbins and Mrs. W. A. many many times. We desire to express to our kind 1iiaLI.t1 -

bronze marker that'states that the road Is dedicated to ihe fiemory of Register, both of. St Petersburg.Five Less spectacular perhaps, are routine neighbors and thoughtful friend -

Rayburn Home. sisters: Mrs.. Palmer Smith activities sponsored by the Red our heartfelt thanks for their many
Cross. Some of these are swimming The beautiful 1
and Mrs. Verner Smith both of expressions sympathy.
Jasper. Mrs .Albert Law Madison, training courses Not to provide floral offerings were especially
{ CQUiyk '\'if. Mrs. MerVs Johnson of Jacksonvilleand recreation but rather Jo reduce appreciated. Also for th<
RE1.EA.r'NC. ''DEER IN chances of drowning "ptere are
food and fit
', Mrs. Mildred Waldon of New brought by neighbors
--.. .-- ...! 1 1y York. Five brother; Bryant Sherwood also home nursing training& and first ends, May God bless, each of you -
/' of aid classes where these are wanted Mrs. Conine Mr. .& Mn
M. T. (Pete) Miller all Perry '
Jasper. Leonard and John Miller and needed Service men and their Arthur Conine 4 family, Mr.; i fl

both of Jacksonville. Also a stepmother families and sometimes'transientsdestitute Mrs. D. J. McCall & ,family, Mr l .
?Mrs Maude Bryant of Lake and In distresghlccaslonal.ly '- and Mrs, W.1L Rosier and family
Qty. receive a few dollars. Mr and Mr*. .Bryant Miller Mr i1
Albert Page hat been!,in charge: '
Pallbearers were: Jack SandUn and Mrs. Al Martin and ,Family
Billy Hill..Myron Johnson. Ed Cra- of,these 'IIOI'1,14t.Servtcea.for, so 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith jmd'fa a AtCLASSIFIED '' <<
.
long in fact.that cantoqu4te remember .
ton, Leonard Register; and Bill Sapp we felly,Mr. and Mrs Jlmrtiy Dee Me

Organ mualc furnished by Miss whether'it.has'et'The been fortyor i Call,'Mr. and Mrs. Doyle.Robersoi
Sharon Sapp. ;Rev Svvyer J. Canova fifty years' and Family. .I
1964 Red Cross drive will be S.
pastor of the First TJaptlst Church
held the first week of March. Contribution '
officiated. Il was In Hebron
tel'1ne'tLo .
from the timber companies w R
Cemetery n@ar.uper.: and business men have already 0OAtLOOJCAVW.: ....
T. Reid Home of !
Harry Fuperaj begun.\. :"
Jasper was In charge.. ;, Paul H. Weber;Chairman ... >Q4If4C/NDSIW ShtM'AtGl tu.MMW'pyelalr :
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'r- pt..4T 1"fJtOiJ.SANDs OF Arfer vts MWa 2K'71IEI ;;;
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WILLIAM M. 'iit urn J\CCW6 7Ulrffcd pSiVSfinesE M7FOSz i s '

William M. Hysmlth 69, resident JENNAREA CLUB $ VAlGS 8t'JMS;1NI3 IS/ASYCCtNVEHfENrHJr4Y ::1,

--- of Jasper, died this Wednesdaynight TO MEET THURSDAYThe 70haD 0'110.71.1l1EYMve ir-o< oys4\ a '..
k Hamilton Memorial Hos
: three Jennarea Club of Jennings ',:
pital. Surviving are sons, ;
Harold of :frankIn" ] "of ,Atlanta will meet Thursday, March 5, for '.
Ja.pet'b-
and H. C oi'' TAmpa; three their monthly covered dish supper MIEN KXJccaoe.TO THtcrr S4 V/NtSBGWIS 1
i and business meeting. The meet. Sfftr 'Xx LgVYffELA' 1TYQOOO A OtJr IT f '
d ghters, Mrs., 3,. tv,: Green of I
:Jasper, Mrs. Edmond" | Gibson of i ins' will be held at the Jennings a
A
Mrs of Hig School cafeteria at 'Jh'c1ock.'p.m. KEEP FREEIJoM)df l FIITlIU
Tampa Harry Skirling '
Atlanta; three sisters Mrs. J. D. This Is a very important meetIng DARKw WITH u.s.SAWNSS> IJONDS i

SiDs of Jasper,,Mrs. Arthur Griffls ;' There will be further'discussion

Ut. T.p of Homerville, Mra...Cleve Hunterof on securing a youth center for _
.
Gainesville; Florida. the ;Jennings area. ADSj

Funeral cervices will be held on Everyone I U Invited'and we. urge .' : :

Sunday at-2. pan. in the Jasper you to comevoice welfare youf of opinion TERMITES _., ...... .. 1\ ;.: ..
Church of God.Interment and support the your H4AI 11\ '
? half HOUSE FOR' BALE. IN JASPEB. '
win be In Hebron Cem community.Coroner's'. SWARMING "o\NTED f
M2tgrdR Ianter. .Only $2,000.* Can be financed.
days a week. Call .
!' "-' ) etery. Harry T. Reid "Funeral. .. Others $3000: to $7,000. See"WV L.pryan .', '
'l92-26T1 Itfru'N'
l...rl ''If'. ) 'jii." .. Home In chrage.: ; ." : .'J Ut :.. \ .." '. ': 792-2985: or Robert Ehlert.. OJ
trL J .('t SJ or : .:. "" HOUSE FOB RENT or ao "tQ 792-4491. Registered'' Real} tate. .
... ): / ,
.' 'h t above))l ''f" were..taken! by John McCormick on a recent 1' ,a :Bond Suspect: l ,, t day, week., or'.month.. ,.AJ.uhIi Brokers.$ .*, :* d<>*<* ,tRf: ". '
+MUSED / t"
e.
occa on ,wijeQ, fwoj do*t,",'ere.;\Released .approxlmate'ljr! halfway between : MoteL'yO w tt: I -1- ''r. ":' ,.:r
ToQrandJuryLavenla( UpaeMeriag Mattresses H',
Jennings nd .Cross Roads.. The net day/a boMUkttVeleasedat .I ; ; :: ELECTRIC RANGES FOR I Needs .:. *

th,-,samje-location...'rile s tr an.effort to populate tor,Wihe.i Nell suspect bvMurder : Sale. Good condlrkwr pd"ai 44 I povated bilnk'4ebullt.'we, furniture upholstered upholster'-Venetian :. 1.

Suwaornexand:Alapaiuc'areas. :Deer''are now largely concentrated .in Arson here a few,days, ago, has $50.. Mannings Rjidla;'R.pAt.f"Ja.p.r. -" automobiles,and make,;:seat covers..'
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the eastern end of the coonry .The deer were'V replacement? for 'fleef been baldest.over to Grand Jury > phone .792-4421, A' "*"" Gome to'see us. ..1

Illegally killed<< in the county and were paid}fpribvsuy'flfrg9j hunter': I the io stand Coroner's trial Jury a spokesman reported.. from/ far w wh..f n ::. MIMEOGRAPH" ii; 'AIL tTIrOLTERDiO FLORIDA MFANT HATCHERS .and ,


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Colors Phone FO2-3143 tfc t
White and
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ill'! r \'.- iv BLACK: ... SEE', THE JASPER NEWS. i' ',.. I!
.. Back i i Georgia Plate Glass Cot
.." .). --. ,iA VE-IA Vz-.IA1'E I .
) -'i'I'i .Store rteata ; .j. "' :A
'tL .. 'HI NEIGHBOR'with '30-gal clue lined ''' rTnk .
nje yMt __teMf4x. 1 1 oat*n' ,.HIm ICeallvereil .
.<"1..' .,..........,.LJ, '( .. $74.88; 10 cu-ft. ) '- Eaehverea,,.Saevevea:A "
., '. 1 .mA"JtW 6t: / n' -S Jim Watson 95 w.t.; 3C1 Ib. Upright.Freeezers '213 W. Savannah Ave. '-CH2-5285
s !: for'w $199 96; 473 H). UpsightF\; ee e ;" VALDOSTA

\i'. :riMi. at and on March 3 $239.96; 641-ib. Upright Freezers, .
: J29993; 13-ft. Automatic' Defrost ,
t. fj. Special Guest Refrigerator with 91-Jb.,;;" 'Freem ', FARMERS :

1wiiiL $349.99 w.t. Vyear warranty, ,at I ti'
I k City Manning's Radio Senlcerrtll: ;;t93> MONEY tor your farm oyeni- .\'
CouncilmanLet "
v -: MUTEL. :: 4421. Jasper ja ,..tlo. 1 daM at reasonable cost. Terms 'I
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f ,- '; Mr. RanceANDREW : :t ; to fit your1 needs. Loans U>'to ..;
liarvballedq VISIT :FRIER MUSIC ANY :7 years. North Florida'Production
l'ji e SJldnllOOmI.' enltaseflktealdsrtisll: in Live Oak Florida for all your i Credit Mart S. Ohio Ave ,
ondootJDa tile Bids Atlantic sew musical needs from organ ad Oaki'Te136a-2'

"odIUolsiat ua4 beUog .. ltadt0.TV .Te1Mp 1 us'a .a 'Community, .lend''
.p "'' era. *_ .t : -ffqREFAIBSl 4' ; 1-
..1I dI 0 Fi xated Pool 0 Batnnatts efforts towarcj a ; Hamilton County **"' 1 Aere f.r sale- near 'JasperAB:,
,,dmteaxt volley JSIIV : ,7: .
c.ew r.oaJIIIO > : 1. ... t< cleared and fenced. Only 11060.; '
: tertaJ m.tnt Pfotta Agricultural Agentat We repair all types-vTi' W and See W. L. '
RobEhlert.
Per esIO 'P1a lAl4 PROGRESSIVE JASPER! radio. Also Small applta4ee.'Marrings $ ;Bryan T8sV2989. or -
'lUlt.sIIwteI1rom tbe fame! boardwalktPil ; sit 792-441,Reg.Broker tug
rutowa Radio Service'Jasper. TW4m ,
tpint'0'Ft>;ASONA8iL&> M'mIt / 6:45'a.m.: :- on .... ,-
.aft. : t ., tfe .' ... ,
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Your 'vote' and 'support"r M"sAu: : :
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