The Jasper news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00235
 Material Information
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: July 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
notis - ADA7388
lccn - sn 95047198
System ID: UF00028306:00235

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I} Boy Sceut American) Heritage '''Day Escaped Prisoner l has S!: I Liberty ,inCounty Edward B. Moylan, :

.* Observed At.Stephen Foster Memorial\ ]l ', _.t! Am i '* Jr. ''Elected Kiwanis 1(' ,

r ':'areagtte.'Ao rlea'I:.,Seri ge President
Islthe theme of the Ame"cMllleri- ... I
''ta Campf1rt'.PaIH ., .:, en. .efai7.ra" "'f'I .c_.

riotic Tatks to be ,held T 30 pyDm. iJ1iiIUTMIflMWj1 .
Saturday, July IS at the Stephen I
Foster' Memorial Amphitheatre.This .
.will be the largest public Ij
Scout program ever held in*{hi i8 p''Ifi :

,r{ area.

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to snake J oy. in Scouting,and people Yi ,
.i In the community' more awareof Many people believe that it's '
America's heritages The program unwise) borrow mono, This'U #r .tr 'VON'T t !

Is co-sponsored by".the Boy not always true. If done'wisely, BE
Scouts of America and f eedoms borrowing can be''an effective' w t
r Foundation at Valley Forge. Nationally LQNG"NO\V ,
method of keeping your family <
over 136000 Cub Scouts, finances sound. "
Boy Scout and Explorer units will ( :'j;
Of course most of us are forcct ; t
participate. The program "Mia Hamilton.County" Contest
I Beauty
Sixth National Boy to borrow to finance home and .!...
with the
Scout Jamboree at Valley Forge I tomobile purchases. Furniture'.fl' Friday, August 7th
Pennsylvania where over 50,000 I appliance are.also often: finance? 'h HAMILTON COUNTY FUN FESTIVAL

Scouts will celebrate American By financing-these items you cat iR yyJJA Saturday,,, August 8th ;

Heritage Day'' with special patriotic enjoy 'your 'purchases while you {f.p Sponsored by. the I
campflre meetings Scouts not pay. .
,atending the Jamboree will conduct Of coarse ,there are |>itf,ll, 'to Hamilton County Chamber of CommerC' I

their own "Heritage" campfires in beware when borrowing. Fir-" MEN --, If 'your Beard Is Not Sho.vingBetter'\ .

their respective camps and conv you should never borrow rotes p I Edward B. Moylan, Jr., Miami Buy your, Shaver's Permit Now f ftec
munitiesLi! than you tart afford to pay back. SSis.PMared Florida businessman was elected I
e atend.. _' _. .r ;; '
The public is invited to Second you should never pay president of Kiwanis International ";
Scout District Chairmen LeslieP. an excessive rate of interest on a abve left to right Albert Jones. AsttUtant Deputy Sheriff today" at the organization's 49th Have 'you invited a lovely young lady fromHamilton I
MulllnB of Lake City said to the loans and financing PrlMiners Palmer and FIannlg and Sheriff ChArli Rhodes bolding annual convention In Los Angeles
t Jasper News: "Most of all the program the leash of the bloodhoand that tracked down prisoner FUanlgMi. according: to CoU. Julian C. Wood County to represent your business or' I
in your I. almost every cal ,,JOII *ill Club the "MISS ,"
: win make the people president of the Kiwanis Club of in HAMILTON COUNTY" Beauty I
community more aware of their obligations fnd that *.eommerdalw! b *k _i ill According 'to State Prison Iif- any dinner The guard became suspictous -j Jasper.
Contest ? ? IF NOT, BETTER DO SO NOW I 11 I
give 711'the'In05tJ reasonable; R. P. McLendon
as citizens. By being .a- interest specter aid.gave the foreman one As head of Kiwanis International: I
ware of ,ou heritage, and Informed rate. Whenever you're con- planned to escape soon Palmer'l; of his auna: .' t'about 12:45: Flannl- I Moylan will be official spokesmanfor July 18th i.! the deadline for submitting these applied

about these ideals which make ourcountry jittering.:< borrowing money, l-'s; was arrested for armed gan stepped behind a tree, shot at some 270,000( Kiwanians in more tions. Hamilton County has an abundance of lovely t .
outstanding we can guaran: "wl Ise to check with your b..k be1.foQ Jacksonville. At the time Just before 1 the guard and said, "You'r cover than 5300 clubs In the United States gals who would bet a credit to organization,they
tee future generations that they you try anywhere elM.( his trial he tried unsuccessfully ed. At this point'Palmer chargedthe Canada Mexico, the Caribbean any I I
But before
will share in the same rich heritage White you b xtw from a bank, to get his wife to meet him at I guard t.'dlnarm him and the Japan and Western Europe. He represent. they can respresent anyone -
which we have received from ourtorefathen. TOM low* yo won't be kitmlc4 the Duval Medical Center, He-was guard shot Palmer through the arm succeds Cape May, New Jersey ors even have ,the. opportunity to participate, in the I
." by'a >an ......" going to fake sickness and have to Just above the elbow, knocking him businessman Charles A. Swain contest-they must be invited by some business or
Chief Mulllns win'serve as Melt be taken to the medical center for to the ground. Flannlgan fired 3 who has held the presidency during organization Hamilton County. Don't let them
t t...r ft Oremonies.Miss_____ treatment* She was supposed tg get more'' shot, at the guard before the year Immediately preceding. .
1. --- Thelmsr BOltln, program' BARBARA'DEVANENA him a gun and meet him there but: running out vito the woods. Prior to becoming! President of down. 'There is''no fee involved In placing an entry

rector of the Stephen Foster Memorial BD'.TO'DEAwsL she wouldn't agree to it. \ Sheriff Charlie;: 'Rhoden along served one year as president-elect in the lontestt An Application form can be ob"tAined -
will direct the group In singing $.r I He was tried convicted and Sentto with Albert J Jones and the prison one year as treasurer and four "' from,the Chamber of Commerce. So get busy
"" Ralford Florida State Prison la'I department officals trailed Flan
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a of abort patriotic program songs fcased.on song*.} ,"r, Ninety.' J' *Six- students--* at, Valdosta be processed out,, and sent to the', gan for' aJbjpt 5H hours. before', Ion. He has been a Klwanlan for 43 today--: Invite,, some lovely gal to represent you-:

t and tarter of our country's found' State CoQef"navt.been named td State, Road' :ICkmp;; in .Ltve t Oak,,. Sheriff 'RhJtfl' 'and.,'.Albert. JOlIet I years but do i ij'now: before it is too l late I I II1. t tJuly ;
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,, _&11 't> *ssjk sBiSss *sEllMC> klafw atCm'+3fOg Moylan la a Miami real estate!! .
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give a presentation'of ''God.oimb.JU .' .. t ; ,; "?*tt* ,[Qui.............'_fwuoIt .aIJ the; amt Boad :l4..lt ornalsiaT: ,,'M ..1,
) America", t' ..bor,'Ine'. :,op\" _y,..____ .Wajtr: st MidhIM'ld rattlesnakes wKM. jsrs-,very: bed la I tonal Assoeiatlon of ResU n.
Hamilton II John!H. Deaths.tlsVjUAM* collr students a Silk bank;; A Mr,that part of the eamry. Sheriff Rho Boards;. Ha fcurntly serving as Ch m' t8IW' 1 ,
McCormlck: wffl be ,the featured are required have a' .S average week ago he had:ytetaaptaln tit i den. the' prUon V AMwrt'* nd all an .officer and trustee.of several ','13, '1964t at 6:00: p.tit:, in'the-Chamber'o/ Coattlr4rceoffice -' I
speaker his topic being "Our Heritage out of; /poMtbJ '4Wand! ''senior |9U,-for. him i whIch'he gaW to his(,I the"- men iovoivea'can,feel.'I lucky real estate developments. and corporations 1' i ; Jatper; Florida: : The Hamilton' County'
of Freedom". \ college stuOeVm/ must have a 3,5 wife. She took the money;;and paid that they didn't. ger olt' by, a rattle- engaged In the promotion '
A pageant specially arranged: average forthe proceeding quarter," cash .for a 1958 Mercury and on't. snake. V of Florida real estate Investments. .Fun Festival Committee and workers are abo,urged

for this observance of. American Those) named for the' spring quar July 2 bought a 22 caliber pistol- In'. ..- II Moylan Is a past president of thDa4e to be present.
Heritage Day will be 'enacted ,entitled -. terinclude" ''Barbara .Ann DeVane. Jacksonville. I II I County, Florida Conservation
"Our Heritage of Freedom of 'Jennings. On Jury 4, she ,visited her husband 'Mobile. X-riay Unit ,Council. He Is a vestryman of six holdover trustees. cognized "the best add'round.K1. -
with seven short segments: "May _. Trinity Episcopal Church In Miami The Loa Angeles convention of
-- again at the prison .leaving ToBelnCcfuntylnAugust \ wanls clubs and districts for 963,
Defend Active in both World War I and I
flower Compact I.the car at Kay's restaurant so the' Kiwanis International was charsc and developed new Ideas in com.
pendence. United States Constitution. Grade standards and grade price World War II, Moylan is a retired terized by a near-record crowd and *
Bin of Rights. Spread of Freedom supports were substantially revised i prison number.officials While coudn't she was get!there the tag on States Naval Reserve. a slate of hearllne speakers :and j munlty service and club admlnls-.
and Price of Freedom". It I' In 1963 to more adequately I of The president-designate has ser feature events. Delegates ,to the !I ,ration f
will be narrated with appropriate reflect current standards of usability F I I the fourth he gave her a map to be Plans are being made at the ved' as president of the Kiwanis convention adopted resolutions up- I The 1965 convention the GoldenAnnlVf'rsary
location where
the they were '
I 'and desirability demanded Hamlton County Health Depart Club of Miami lientenant will be
background music. j I(working' and Instructed her governor on which KKvanls service pro"grams Convention ) \
Members of scout troops from I by the market as recommended by Monday and all ment to bring; the Mobile X-Ray and governor of the Florida Kiwanis for 1964-63 .will be based, re- 'held In New York Qty i
Columbia. Suwannee and Hamilton I the Natlonal'Tobaccq Inustry>Advisory -!(to go to Jacksonville get Unit to our County In August.Ih District, and a chairmanand _.
her clothes rent a remote motel for
the Committee. As a ,result of; member of several] Kiwanis j
In \ y
will take part pro- I
Counties 'a will be here for
week and stock It with food. She approximatelytwo .
from Jasper and II experienced t gained from grad) district committees. He has also
gram. Scouts I rented a room lat the Tall Pine and one half days and will be I Ij
will be' host troop', application:du ring the.past sewn I I been chairman of the Kiwanis International
White Springs dllliCUSslon.twith [Motel In Lake City, paid for a weekin available to,.everyone over 18 except -
Invocation will be'given by, and as substantiated by Committee on Public and
The 'advance and stocked the kitchen expectant mothers.
of Lake City,the the Advisory Committee some I Business Affairs for the United
'Rev. Paul Morgan j
with food. Then she acquired''a
benediction by Rev. Splvey Bra- further modifications have been We hope ev ryone'wiU take advantage i States and of the International Committee I
bham of Live Oak. District Scout madeMn'.thef: ;:standards this. year. I suit of clothes sheYcame.to.Jaaper for;; three men. Mon- of this service as the chest on,Resolutions.He .
Executive Lea Esterling will have The county office manager stated day >momlng'' X-Rays will reveal'' many' chest and Mrs. Moylan have two I
drove the site where the
remarks.All copies at the new rate scheduleare past and other conditions.: sons and three grandchildren.
closing I
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members being' mailed to every tobacco were working and tossed the men)1 i V, In addition to naming Moylan } jft1
scouts, scout parents ) \ 'II
out on'the shoulder of the There will tw1 posters distributed -
'of patriotic civil and religious grower In the county. I i president, delegates to the' 49th I
especially invited. tie urges all growers' to make I she passed behind a' "men throughout the county'and we hopeto annual Kiwanis International convention
groups are welcome.. every effort to deliver the desirable -.!Ing" sign. The trustee saw her have a good turnout chose a president-elect,
Everyone .is ripe. open-faced, grainy to-"[I throw the,gun Out,'picked it up and,i. This will bo the only opportunity two vice-presldents, a treasurer I
bacco which is in current demand|gave It Flaimison... for food handlers to have f ree and six International trustees. The
1964Tlueured by the tobacco Industry. .I At noon Flannigan wouldn't eat Chest X-Rays this 'year. later win serve' two year., joining
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Tobacco Loan RatesAnnounced Grade I The FMF to Awaken America I

By Harry T. Everingham elected President. This poll is. to>measure W. believe that half' a m1 Uoa' perty '
Clyde Payne ASCS County Office ..President of "We, The PeopUl" the will of the people. owners will prove that Barry CoWwater raft YOUR
Manager, reports that the U. S. Suppose ,after dinner tonight someone "Would. you vote for Senator Goldwater be elected. And 500,000 home owner csn't WHERE DOES' ,

Department of Agriculture has announced rings'your doorbell. YOU'T just settled\ down for President' be wrong, .

a schedule of loan rates to Watch your favorite TV show-torw. can Ha pauses for your answer -and then checks it down In the .sheet he's holding'' (in "

by cured grades tobacco.for the The 1964 loan crop rates of flub reflect anyone have,the nerve to call on you at a he can prevent pressure groups from taking J his bland. l J BE, 18?:

level I doment like this After all, a man's 1 borne Is .over our government H. can protectcur '{Thank much workt-Wt to set an
an average price support youjrery / hay > smiling Art of us want I better art eager
Us eastlevU likes to be left; alone 1n.It. It's homes and property. He save.our fade'pendence ..
can H
of 57.2 cents per pound. This Support '' ; hnd you a pamphlet, saying "Here's end to win to( delinquency, to the social frictions that
increaseof bJs Shield against ,a world of strife,- .his and keep our nation strong and dame .
level represents an something for your trouble." And"then he's so winy dlYlda ,vs. Often we ask, "What can lit
1 percent over the 1963 crop. haven.'of independence. out people prosperous. And he can 'make about ttr1But .A..,-

Payne reports that the Increasein But you go to the door There's a fellow the* points to the people during the election gone.It was just that simple and that but how often do wa rude that our world been next

grade level supports have maintain been holding 'sheet of paper. He says: campaign it leaves,you thinkingYou' feet door, ? To let,anywhere the world; we must CO past'

made increased In such a price manner support as to on the 'Hello, you're been selected to be a part'of You read through the-folder In your hand results of those other polls remember the our neighbor's house. Are we concerned ,about, that- ,
as they appeared
si national public opinion poll by WE. about Goldwater's find that
desirable tobacco with stand and you In the
more ap- papeR. Just before Goldwater
propriate differentials for supporton THE PEOPLE I (a national association forth he make sense on every Issue He's not a California primary, those ] won the. neW share with our ne! ors.the trials and tribulations y' ,

low quality tobacco. As In the protection of Private Property and Personal warmonger at alL: In spite of what the slanted! only 40 percent for Goldwater polls were showing; of our gardens, the results of. our hobbles, the news of,: '

pest year. Immature, tight and Liberty). World you pleas tell me If newt wouH lead you to beli<>re. H. makes and up to 57 some particular success we have had in our job the picnics -
slick grades of tobacco will be supported you agree with the following statement sense on Social SeenMty, too, became he percent tor Rockefeller You felt then that we eagerly plan for our' ch dren. Then why not,ster /::1?

at from 12 to 14 cents per. Thn 'be reads; "Our Private Property wants. It to bo worth something by the time they were phoney polls. They- were not designed with them the greatest thing; we have to offer oar/>,;, I

pound lower than for corresponding and Personal Liberty are In dancer today yfn receive It, YJU real're: now how- 1ou.n to predict the election but to Influence worship of God! :j +

log grades of mature tobacco.. the because powerful. political pressure groups been mMea !ty the rinsed! !Ie..... 'It To win the world, we must begin by winning,, I
USDA officials emphasized "
fact that under thelaon program: are allowed to influence policies .of our for Well. tht* poll Is 'really being taken toast You sit down to watch your TV show neighbor.' ,1

the grade of tobacco and the resultIng eminent. They are allowed to do this by toeostWould you like to be a part of it? again, but still you're thinking-yoo're won 5'ut I t
price support level will dependon leading politicians seeking' votes. ''Fetter till, would yon like to prove the pop d"rlnr how anyone 'ran even defeat Johnson nSuou ?a elcu'u ( i ,

the quality of tobacco marketed.The "Rat if Senator Gold water were Pre i- ularityy- of GoId trr'. stand, by taking this with all his giveaway program of our tax

responsibility for producing dent this would not be permitted because he poll of, ten prppettyowners (In yoar community monty .

mature full-bodied grainy tobacco would uphold the Confutation 'to protectlife If so. send a slf-addrefedf': stamped But then TOO realize thVt Penatnr Barry ') .
which are desired by domestic and liberty and prrrate property- envelope WE. THE PEOPLE Ill North floMwi] t.". with his nW' .*. tit uphold the I ,

wer.foreign users rests with each gro "Certain politloallr-inlnded opinion. po1! Wabash. Chlesro 2. Illinol end you' will r .."..ltutl..". l I. Mi* one man who ran detest 'iL Jasper t ';'Mtolerial t Alliance i,11,

claim that Senator GoMwmter cannot W receive your poll sheei 1.er wnl ..dmlll ration. Fop a. president ,.1

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PACE TWO Yi (1( ,),,1)1IIrf: : THE J A S'PE R' NE'W.S:a ?'. JASPER! f.L 0 R J I 0 A. *!? ".. .Friday; ,..July 10.. 1964

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f; f...; ,1 W., The" ''.''monk> :iwas'kt9a: ( '- '{I'." :_ a '11,; ..... r ..: -" t. w ;' .' ; 'gj :. It" :. ,.-e. .J? .- ,' I
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'. I, program a big success. The weeds :. ; ';J>' ;
vacant lots, r.jc people .
1. bra trimmed: their shrubbery the park. CURTAILED .

\ I tng.llfipt'Along the railroad wer'epa1. -- -- j'" -: .
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PATIENTS' IX HOSPITAL'OX ed, along 'with.two other streets .

THURSDAY, JULY Si There were-Hx dilapidated buildIngs : ,, ( ,,-, : '
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Mrs. J, P. Jones montb ard there were two new ,' ; i .,' \
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Baby Boy Hoberson :'permits consist of .is mentloped nH0RMrirerriNfe .if

Sam Morgan (cot.) ,I beJW( in Section'105.1 of the$4qthWn I

;Fell: White (col.) Standard Pudding Code.
"Any%-Wner. authorized agent or
''. contractor,who desire. to construct
.WEEKnald 1 Enlarge; '/liter, repair; ,move, demollsh .- HUMMING ALONG !
.Mrs. Marilyn Brady 'or<,{*ange Jfte'' occupancy ;

Jrs.. Martha C.; Mitchell ,I of a bulldnjf) art tttrircture or to erect > ,rrbl. .' J. ,. 40 ;.
Alton O. McQillers- or eot Uu'ce'a sign of any des- ..
Steven Alderman I crlpUon.1d.::TbiUU/or alter fireextinguttWn : .;T : ; : ; .:, ) ': '
1 'Bobby Alderman > apparatus, elevators \ : .
Larry Radar. engines or to install'steam' : ;
;- Michael Hooper' I Jar, furnace, heater, incinerator bol-I .

Mrs. Mary Roberson' t heat producing 0
t Ernest 'Rutledge or other appurtenances, the ; : :
J' :Mrs. 'Diane Eudy- I lation If which hi regulated by this '; 1 :
I '. r Bobby Jean Allen ,(Cbl.) :! code,'or to cause any such work t@ : '( ; : :::

:i- Gwen McOoud: (cot): be done shall first make application 1 ; :: .. ,; f.

Plumer Udell (eel) < to the Building Official and : ; .. ..
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HEARINfi' 'HELP ., ... .,
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on Hopewell Road. "
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iJFIEE '' : 'uro ;j...,., Joan Phone, Girlie after:Regans.9p.m., 973-6334Mad-July 31P- ... r''J' 'i' :"I ,"f .; ", J : \ i

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Y= FOR BENT i- Furnished Apart ... ?; __.!! '
tAUWnITa. ment. Call:792-6791' : or 792J 377L = '. ,:

Robert'A. Hallenbeck .,. TFC ,; rr 'i II I F T.u ..

P. O. Box t7, TaUabae ATHLETE'HOW'T0'T. : : '
Batteries sad,Repairs For AU ; _!:Ar.rr -- '.rsr., t ..:.. ,
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ASlo Apply kfrois- T-4'L';' IIqUId Feel It -\'ij'
take l hold to' 'lick Itchlnv. burning ,J, ', !J '
Plate Glass in mlnutv> In* da;*.."*lrh p h'W' .;,1.r ,
Georgia Co.
akin kleuah oft. Watch h. lthr ikli 1 : .... ;
.Store Front rtplac lt. A. pinned IN ONE MOUIl ; .r
tUrron Itesllrered or oothlnK'T-4-U your 'Or. bark. Us. antiseptic, .' : 1r i '
.Tub;EaclTMire. Showers -firt* for wRtr' trfi. foot o4or. TO-
215 W, .Savannah Ave. PAY 1.1 WIaIcsDR&U1aTPnE.'Ineep.b ;
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SAVE-SAVE--SAVIa: sow. Eleven pigs fint time. Have '' pJ :: ::' ':
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ly. S Mrs Harvey'.Oehkjrt, Mrs. Sayre I ned alike In street length frocks of
Visit Golden
Guests' 'autocraphed :the little I Canova, CetirKennedy." Mrs.Daniel' turquoise blue crepe de chine. A Europe, Wedding Day

white bock" "The Greatest of these 'Smith- and the hostesses. tiny''pU-box| adorned] each head.

Is Love" which.... given the couple . of
They carried bouquets pink roses
: ,1H for their bookshelf. I REHEARSAL BUFFER i end carnations.

f : gLk : Present ,were Miss Clardy, the )lr. Ira 1 Gene Croft the brother Mrs. Theodore Sullivan wore light J :1.

honoree: : Mrs. Tay Clardy .her, and seven ,sisters of the groom blue silk with white accessories.

: mother. Mrs. Nolan Wilkes. the elect Mr.: Colbert Croft, gave a I and a pink corsage for her daught I..
: nether Mrs. after
bridegroom's Sayre supper to the wedding! party ter's wedding. The groom's.mother .
r Canova,,the Baptist Minister's wife ,|the rehearsal Thursday evening t wore pink lace and her corsage

I l1l .,vqi.n-: Yo..r.3Mei Mrs Norman wlife Booth; Mrs the William MethodistsMinster's Van I June It was 25. an Informal buffet supper I was Fern also Sullivan pink. entered with her I

Minister's I II
Za It the//Presbyterian: In the educational building of the

wife; Mu .. Bill McCab of Norflok. First BaptlstjDxrch:: Thre were 35 I father, Mr Theodore Sullivan. Her!
Janaece Griner and Mary Ann ,-- he!s'the 7J Years )'OUl\i'and almost 'Virginia;' Miss Pola Clardy., Miss guests. The supper was cooked and floor length gown was of peau de

Courtoy are two of many studentsworking vivacious and radiating Christian Sharon Sapp'Mrs. Raymond CampJr. served by Melton Mathls well sole with aiencan lace embroideredin
j :f at Lake Placed New York, and likened here to our own seed There detachable .:
Mrs. Ponce D. Sandlin, Mrs. known to Jasper folks for his calm, pearls. was a

Iw,* a summer #resort. These young Donna Corbet. W. B. Lewis, Mrs. Clarence Jlowe' ary kill. r tf. i chapel train. -
women for% months threw their lot The red carpet was rolled outlast of Uve Oak Mrs. W. M.'tJemlgan :'td< f Her shoulder length veil was at. : r vkm4 t'

with the! crowd working 2 monthsat Monday at Hannah Elands Mrs, Billy Jernlgan and Mrs. Wins SHOWER. FfanMlS3 SULLWAN ached to a'tiara of pearls. She car: r..i .

the New York Fair. But we understand when her brother Pennan Brad- ton Rogers all of Live. Oak; Miss The Presbyterian "Women of the rind a bouquet of Pheleonopsls

-It was all work: and no shaw, his wife\ Cecile! and son Clay. Diane Clardy.A I Church" entertained at a, "Shower orchids with stephenotls.Mrs. .
Fair. They will be home to reenter ton arrived from Long Beach California ele'd Glen- .i h 94t!
silver dish and
Jelly rpoon wss Tea" honoring bride Fern Johnson teaches at ylm'
FSU for the fall term ,*> *N .> Bnufchaw' clan was '
giVen\ther bride-elect as a memento: ttehome of Airs. Joe Jr. in Orlando and Mr.
** .. there,% iffed of.XJme to be ready, to Sullivan jt( ;I ridge High
of jiemi morable occasion. I IL uoRw1"- 'I Johpaateaches at Winter Park
Rev. and Mrs. Charles XJdurtoy aref.fdle, 1 i&r eCCept? 'JqA n- 'a r ..... .. 0"1 1 c6lors a and white*
of pink High..:
r Jr. of Lakeland made a little visit ne who came the following Wed- A sat S
Mrs. Graham Black and Jim
with folks here their to nesday. I.was used throughout. Pink and After the reception which followed a Jaetleolr
,I on way I
Black have chain c'
had as recent guests
white carnations and glads made the left for ahney'
I mountains for young
North a There was shadow on the otfctr- Mf and Black and Mrs if cd' 1 tImq'i
In t VinI! uvxmn'the
; vacation. With them are the three Arttiur mountains.
occasion Mr. '
wise happy I( IP..otert, a ni'Mra:Hey 11"E' ,
young ones-Lisa. ,.Terri. and Steve,' Robinson (Mrs. CecileBradshasvs) watts Ulthtu..Betaa- J'QOn Were vThe brtde/jiad/ changed. her bridal r,
i : dress fort blue silk with
father died Wednesday after I I light
on dette of Imokalee
Florida and Mr.' I
Mrs. Esther Home and her sis Cecile pink cream,, cheese and diamond black accessories.
their arrival Monday.
on and Mrs.
J. Gary Black of South
ter Mrs. Margaret Farnam who is flew to New York on Tuesday to be Carolina. The Blacks are now' in shaped The tiny .squares chi. When they return they will make ,

her guest for two weeks, visitedin I at his bedside: Perman and son the North Carolina Mountains and cken sandwiches were cut In squ- their home at 1148 S.-' Pennsylvania- .- -. ., .J.,.... ,Ii

,,(" Jasper Sunday afternoon. Esther II Clayton left early Thursday. Han. will latfttnturn: here for< a longerfrs ares. The cake was in squares of e ueor1 Mr and .MhmW iO.I:,Nlpps got I their son Capt. Donald ,O. Klpps. i
:, Is handling a crutch: ,nicely. Shesuffered I nah expressed herself as gratefulthat I "' ':_"-:'..\ I pink and white. Out of town guests were Mr. and a glad wvkomeu ne by their
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a broken leg soon after I, this big family had once:again .;. I Miss Bebe Connolly served the Mrs. Brock Hall, Raymond and laughter and tonrhVlaw- Mr. and

returning from a' vacation at Pau-,''i been permitted to be together. 'ric e Sandlin accompalned punch. Floor hostesses were, Mrs. Frank..' ,Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. lln. John.Irartuthey, ; returned th r
ley Island. That was 3 weeks j l Jim Camp Mi's. Irene Tuten, Mrs. land. It was memorable
ago. Graham Black visited in and June Hancock and Cindy, Eddie &: Monday from sevecahweeks'spent a trip.
: :little gates. Miniature smilax en- '!. Aht f t fast Tuesday Kenneth Tuten Mrs. Van Zant Larry, Albany Ga., Mr. and Mrs. in England.: June-.Uiwas, their gol Arriving back In the States they
Mr. and Mrs John Hart are vacationing been visiting his grandmother Mr:* . Mrs. Glenwood McCall and Mrs. Fla Mr. den wedding and visited :
S Mit.. Jack Paterson, QuIncy, anniversary they a daughter Mrs. C. L. Mu-
this week at Calloway I Lucille Little Kathy"
Hattie Harper for several 'days :, Mrer'fir.: rtha' McCal and Mrs.\ Leslie. and: Mrs.\ Raymond Bowen Mal- went to England to spend It with sser before coming home to Fla.
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Pinemountain Ga. passed
at the
Gardens chell napkins.The .
j Miriamtome: r? the winter ... .
spent A. Sullivan
ibar, Fla.: Wayne Cape .
which I learned .is up near Columbus Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson months 'in Lake I II lovely,aray of gifts were displayed ---- -
Wales but
come Canaveral, Fla., Mr and Mrs. th-
Gardens is known to, Misa Peggy McCall kept
-Calloway left morning for Orlandoto attravtlvely.SULLIVAN
be restful and beautiful.Mrs. I Tuesday '|I vacation time they came home-,I Iropened JOHNSON RE. L. W. Adams Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.j clothe of yellow,.organdy and lace bride' book.
,,' i get house and garden readtor: !' ,up the house and have SUPPER Q Beasley Dr._ and ?.I-s. KnSencOer Serving punch: from a sliver baA.t.fl4nked !, 'The hostesses presented their
Vivian Stewerer of Palatka home keeping: and to be ready for house parties IIEARSAL on\J1ther sfiby' .silver
\I I and Mrs. Dale Miller with
school which start in about a Mr. and Mrs. Theo Sullivan entertained Mr honoree service for six Inhet
That is candelabra \Wined\with English
S i what they have been doing )
arrived early in.the week for a '
the ,Sullivan-Johnson wed- Mrs. Norman'Brown, Miss Melanie chosen pattern of dinner ware.
.5 \ visit with her sister. Mrs. Murvis II month. recently, Mrs. Home's children i Ivy, were Elsies Frflnces"ciark.
5 < I after rehearsal Satur- Levon. Miss Linda Wolfe. Miss I t There were fifty five guests.
ding party. '
'? \and grandchildren have been envoy f' Sue Collins and Judy Joiner; A sil-\
.. BRIDESMAID LUNCHEONCOMPLIMENTS i ing day evening June 27. There were I Brenda Bloxsom.. Miss Mery Kay I held the beautiful Rev. and Mrs. OWe Farnam had
Daniels.BRADSH&V a reuqlon. Jimmy Ham and ver lazy susan
Ails LINDA'CLARDY i thsi pleasure of having all of their
: Lou Steven-
to enjoy this out Stevenson, Miss Peggy
thirty-five guests
his I
REUNION wile Louise and children Jim four tiered white.wedding cake decorated children
dor feast of the delicious Hamilton'I William B. Hewitt, Dick Talley.1and 1 home over the week end.
..Mr*. Hannah Bland bad a most, Miss Linda Clardy who has been Bo and Jerry are here from Elbertomt'Ca'J IOn, ]I with polert yellow Ollie. J. and familyof Baldwin
mlraculously ( all of Winter
food that Anoka
County appears as Robert I
tn. I A silver bowl of white
enjoyable! weekend at Jekyl Island l the inspiration of a large number ot(" Mary Jane Rider is John' Rlvere Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Weidner of
As Melvin E.
in a Mrs.
her* with her early summer. Park. Mr. and Miniature carnations
recently where she renewed the tatpartles prior to her three-Mark, Mar: Fujll Mums Winston Salem, N. C. and James
pre-nu lam, and'o climax, home made peach Ice son, Klssimmee, Tip G, McLeod &: i and Daisies completed the decor
acquaintamc of .In. Olive Griffin marriage'ft Randy Wilkes in the ,, ue year old Elizabeth. I I and wife of-Valdosta. .
and Miss Metal Booth of Atlanta. First Baptist\,Church was complimented Only Lawrence was unable to be cream was;served ifeht from the B. B. Coker Marietta, Ga, Mr.I! aliens for the brides table, It was a happy occasion since It I
In other' years they had known' \ here at/this time churn. Home"< : at a bridesmaid luncheon had been five years since they were '
each other in Henderson N. C. *:given by Mrs. Graham Black on ') - I making a cohte back l
Hannah says of Mrs. GriffinSUWANNEKBIVER last Thursday at one o'clock in I Mrs. n. D. WiDls. came home *. It .is a tradition. The guests Va., Mrs. Morris N. Sullivan Mayo ery and Mrs. C. D. Barker. ,Floor .

--J Live Oak' at the Dixie Grill's private Tuesday ;from Pineview hospitaland lingered long and pleasantly. Mrs. Sara Mitchell: Mrs. Helen I hostesses were Wn1 n,. O,:Vlckery, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Zlpperer .

dining roorjL% iWrnuch. Improved. RECEPTIONA Bentley. and daughter, Mrs. Nor-, Mrs Eugene Williams. Mrs. W. B. had as, guests for the 4th of July ,

I cTb 'table was'coved in a ''white I ,t i jf reception in the Educational man McLeod Mr and Mrs Wallace Lewis, Mrs. Graham Black, Mrs. holiday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gaston 4
: linen cloth and'centered with a "'Mrs/'BjJ] Adam. and daughter building followed the Sullivan :McLeod all of Montlcello,, Bill Sapp, Mrs. Harry T. Reid, Mrsand and Keith of Jacksonville
April rf. WInter Johnson wedding i Sunday afternoon. Canova and Mrs. Cecil Kennedy 1
white. ruietal arch with swinging Park have been Mrs. T. E. Musgrove, Jr.. t Sayer ..

CAMPSITES little .ia: '... tlnlature slmlax entwined |, visitingtys} Lonnie Adams... The large assembly room had Mrs. J.'C.,Musgrove of Live Oak Mrs. Raymond Lee came up this
the 4 *$5i.on either side I been decorated for the occasion. I The bride chose as her KOIRIr'a.-' week from Wauchula visiting\ Mrs.

w.M rt.ass yc / two connectutgtm white 'urns I Mrs. Johnny Butler Is in PineVew The bride's table was covered LINDA ,ELAINE .CLARDY ,BECOMES way outfit.J burnt gold; linen suit Ollie Boone and other relatives in

SHSOM held'mums ands ?Beneath the .hospital for .surgery.. \ with a ruffled net. cloth over white BRIDE!; OF NOLAN ,RAN with(floral printed yellow and gold 1 Hamilton and. Suwannee County.I .

c N arena W' .1 arch Stood a fully dressed. bridal The punch Jbowl at one end was DOLFH WAKES JR. blouse. Her_accessories were beige I ...

Ad_. to.a. ...., don and her attendants. Above i Law Mrs Myrtle White and Mrs. T. T. balanced by 4,4 tier ,wedding, pound The First Baptist Church of Jasper and she wore'i a, corsage of char., Mrs. Myrtle Kendrick of Pensa- J
( Nor NaM M
a.a n-u.a.. ..." osrt .... .j",'cluster of small wedding bells spent the weekend in Ocala cake madefy Mrs Joe Mitchell was the setting on Friday,July pagrve cymbtolunv. .. orchids. I.* cola, Fla. spent 10 days visiting her
Pnlnra11M.iM..Rair.esrt t =. Fe .. tied with Mrs., Annette Mitchel j' and decorate! by Mrs. T E. dardy.'BclghbJMiaHl'Merfi 7:00 for the marriage "*. nieces
; with n..." .""" .. 3rd at pm. "Mrs. J. L. Reeves and Mrs.
; r1 .'!....d.it: 1whlednhloh 'fit ; &:The bride of'MUn Uadar |lpH aaa. j."p. gloss.. goi Head Than W. S. :,...I placed .theflrcMd_ ot her bouquet Nolan i Randolph fe S;. ft., With W'IftJ' us.... -
1A I11 M.... iN' !Mxiday July 13.at S:3: 9 at M Me tjltmam frm, was .... '
hhn r<
surer. rawarr .... bouquets of the white flowers' home of Mrs. atop the east. : 'i.4tCentering <\ Rev Sayer.Canov_ p 1 of Springs and heir "
ofihet tot t of the centernjeee. rho Mamie Bryan. ,.;? tabb .c c :;. 'I) : setting AMa cMBgMAjf coffee com- Wiggins of Low Oak. ,
I/atlaT aM'SI .JiNMIG i. I 't- '1' .' ,,. ... the ,was an arrangement ceremot '' ? *
=.':=''==-:'' ,1tuA f fIUWAI : PIa"were. 'girds /Mr" \and'Mrsk Ute' Shiver. .d spent I of silver candto" :sticks I and I ,The trkft* Is the daughter of thel Un pUmentmg.atfde. fleet Mis of Bunny this month McLadch-\ 1 J JHostesseslfor' J| She will Jbe remembered by her
and small match Eugene.Oardy Good tread
I asfavors'eschl Mrs. friend
!" MIl CAMNnU s 3'- whit flower:, \ Sup and Tay many as Myrtle
.................... f ,| th handpainted'pastel Jn: and around Oearwater' = At a, smaller table a large white the bridegroom,, the on of the occasion were of White Springs, Fla. ",
touring and
which matches enjoying that part of 1 Nolan Randolph :Mrs. JaclCYlMonMn. W. A. Dru .
nosegays, perfect and Mn.
Florida.. bride's candle In a'nest of greenery
'[ ry Mrs:: Henry h.ee'Mlss' Inet'Mc-
Ir .,. :,.. I burned, brightly Miss Bunnye Sr., aU of Jasper" Mrs. Lorena Johnson of Greensboro
--------r \ before Call, Mrs. ,Walter Havener, Mrs. i
I- performed
: The ceremony was N. C spent eight enjoyable
Mrs. Raymond McLauchlln, herself a.. bride. elect .... Joiner
Bryan and daugherLaura background of spiral ,and Ed. Craton, M. Annette ,
a days visiting her brother, C. 1LMcOormlck
) Lee ,were recently guests kept the guest bookvReceiving holding burning Mrs. Myrtle''bite and Mrs. J. A.
: 6f Mr. Addle.McCaL II the guests. were, Mr arched in Williams.A I and family of Jasper.
Wen anrythbtt jplab'. : 1J'w white cathedral taper draped She files down annually to visit her
w w and Mrs. Theodore Sullivan,
'. Mrl'l southern smilax: standards of yellow and white color motif folks.
II neon Moat WA4erfat. Mr and Mrs J. V. McCall had Melvin Johnson, the bride white friendship glade, Fujll mums w.. emphasized on the porch and

yaoaUoa oral guests over the "4th". Billy and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin| Wayne and carnations completed the set through out the house. A large yellow -

r 'Judy'Jennings'' and Billy Jr. were Johnson and the young ladles In tine. arrangement provided a back I II

here from Sanford Billy Jr. Is attendance. Miss. Sharon Sapp organist ground for'the receiving line which I

It's fIN TIME alft. Mr*. McCalls great; grandson. I The cake was cut by Mrs. Wal. rendered appropriate nuptial selections was composed of Mrs. Jack Vlnson
'. lace McLeod of 1kntlcellot Mrs, and Mrs. Billy E. McCabe. who greeted the guests, the bride
Visiting the J. V.-McCaDs this Raymond Bowen of Milibar,..sister sister of the bride sang "Because elect and her mother, Mrs. Glenn

.,, ':. '; I week are Mrs. Robert Jennings of of the groom served the punch. "AU for You" and"The Lord's Pra- Scaff.c. f" .::1'

.," : :: M8TEI Baltimore, Miss Myrtle Jennings of Assisting her were Misses Bonnie .Miss McLauchlln chose for this
,f : Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Waher Jones and Martha Caldwell. ysTwo sisters of the bride at- occasion a pretty red and white

... .' Dudley.and; three children of Blloxle \ polka dot dress made of whipped LN '
:. : ,, Floor hostesses were Mrs Woodrow tended her, Misses Pola Clardy,

./,.'.' f'(" 0 Spacious rooms, ants, aifklencles aU hat .' MI... . Wise, Mrs.,Joe Mitchell, Mrs.L. maid of honor and Diane Clardy, cream material*.She-wore''whit* MOOSE RilalSTUSUOIT1R ,
'J.. / UlconlaV overlooking the ftta Atlantic airy W. Adam of Winter Park Mrs. bridesmaids. Both wore matching corsage a.gift from the,hostessesThe I /OHMS
sad htttfnf ...Badlo TV .. .1't1ee The Pafford family are having coffee tables
;..' eoadJUoBlac a T. E. Clardy, and Mrs. Gus Hall street length dresses of pale yellow and punch were AND ACUSSOSSSw
s, ". ," pIaoDI. Ket-t-iether this week t Captain I little sisters; nieces of the D Delura Satin featuring high stand overlaid with .whit l embroidered
I1. Three
.," ..t' ., : o DJreed1'OD Beldl o Beate4 Pool OBMtaarut.f' Buddy Pafford and family of Camp. bride ,little bags of rice to away collars fitted bodice, elbow cloths. > ..! ;t
.. -O Cocktail Loom. O Bl&DlDt.oAVoIq Ball LeJme'N. C., Jane Pafford situ gave. length sleeves and bouffant skirts A silver bowl!filled with beautiful !""-- 't

"'R .*' 0 PattUs 0 Planned ZntsrtiKntnant Program dent r::rae at Macon Hospital and the guests.The .'younit ,couple ''retired and They carried Colonial bouquets of white! mum,' gladiola. ,statice and s

0 luat minutia 'from the famed boardwalk and Mt and b4r1..Js>lutsorm of Gaines.tulle'Yti yellow feathered mums and English fern enhanced the coffee table.
1" for wedding
? REASONABLE BATES qit-Ir"son* Captain Paffordof made ready matching satin Crystal and silver held'daInty _
downtown lhoppDa 0 went I ln"a shower Ivy, tied with trays __
I the AIr"J'OTC being sent to'(trip. They away ; ribbons. frosted, cakes, cookies I sandwiches -
filthily '
.' the world's most Hawaii .rjns will live in, of rice In
: Oa The lovely bride given mare' cheese- straws nuts and
if f anon beach California while.Jw'" .Is away. SULLIVAN1 JOHN80JT WEDDING sage by her father wore a self-de- mints completed th,,table appointI 1 1nmenta. F _

: .'r'"",' ,II."'. i I The beautiful wedding of Miss signed floor length gown of Empress |
IllS SOUTH ATLANTIC ATSDAYTON& Mr and'n.: Louts. Gloria La Fern Sullivan to Mr. serviced
... > '! ; y e Rogers and Peau de Sole with V-neckllne Presiding at, the ,silver
!: family of Americus were guests of Melvin Wayne Johnson 'was cekIbrated and fitted elbow length sleeves pouring coffee wu Mr.*. W. A. |I
: ,.I: : Elder and Mrs. Roy DeVane. i I I at SVcloclt Sunday afternoon The front' over-bodice' and sleeves Drury. Pouring punch from a cut ..--... "

June 20 in,the'chapel of the alen- bowl ..... ,
"' appDqued with Firenze :Mrs. Henry Lee.Mrs. .
BEACH ..amihr Principal and Mrs. De Vane and I I Jasper PrcsByterlan Church, the con were lace. ;The slender shaped skirt Walter Havener received, =... tIIIIM4........._......sowamasas

', spent 2 weeks In the Carolinas Rev. Mr. Van Zant officiating.. was featured with soft folds and a the guest at the'OOor'' ,' ...M....N n.n.1t..a.d
yy h and In Washington D: C. They 1' An antique grill in the organ loft separate overskirt chapel train. Mrs. J. A. Williams and MI.s'I JIIOIICIIW'

\,\ f .4 FLORIDA stayed Smokies atdifferent camps in the was entwined with southern smllai Her'veil of sheerest illusion waist' Inez McCall assisted. in caring tore 1 -.- sae.w..raea.rsarar.mwtrmsa.wraranala

and report a grand time,! accented by magnolia leaves and length In front and tappering floor the guests In; the.dining fern. Three of

:. > BJUDESMAIDS 1 : balanced by wrought iron flower length In back, was attached to a of the h0teHi. >,Vvre unable" to bitPftsent. THE JASI'Ut! NEWS

) : ; a Mr*. John LVNQUAN' .stands with large bouquets of white pillbox of petal de sole reembrold- ,> ? i f't :.i", c- ..
camp, Mrs.
S Ernest glade and carnations. Seven branch ered with pearls on lace.. She carried .. .. .
s ( Changer and Mrs. Joe ----- --
ft" GAS GAGS 11_ _. __ Sapp enter:1, candleabra continued the move- a semi-crescent bouquet of -- ---------------
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a Joyce Smith and '
her bridesmaids at a luncheon;merit toward a semi-circle for the pearl hearts and polished. Ivy, t F:. II ,' '
satin and rose
Thursday June 25 at the home of:wedding party. with picot ... ?
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back of
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Mrs. Camp. j A large cane
|I Mrs.clsrdy .
For her daughter1 wedding '.
held lighted candles '
The church
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hostesses used '
's' MyaNTIANpt'NtR.rlRat'1ADRY Ne White In decorations. In yellow the center and];i! Miss Sullivan is thee daughter of chose a Mauve street length : ; : ,
I taffeta with coordinating t ,
:" Theodore Sullivan dress of lace over .n. n ;
of Mrs.
piece and
'j. yellow roses on the brid r/I Mr. aCCflSOrles.Jer
table'.was a music motif signifying and Mr. Johnson is the son of Mrs. beige '; '
was Ivory CymWdulin or- : .1'Ver You Born In #
Y Miss Smith major Interest. -( Melvin Johnson of KUslmmee. I corsage ,
On the small table Jeffry, Lansdale was best chids.Mr I
seating the Mr. "
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Wilkes. .
: 'J T''atn'Mtw'S other guests there were small wedding man, the groomsmen were Messrs lovely soft green gown of 'i .July in an Even Year
: { ": y a bells tied with yellow rlbb na. Phil Ferguson David Delgodo,'Ned wore a silk chiffon with matching :
',',The bride-elect took this NensbkkeL Johnny shirred
J opportunity Beasler, Chip: accessories. Her corsage was Ru-
I ',to present gifts to her attendants Beasley a Junior ,groomsman car bran lilies. '-if.REMEMBER '

':;]j': Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE would, war Smith which In wore were the a wedding.Miss gloves frock of they. ried were the students rings. AU of the male bride attendants and. Wilkes The grooms was his father sons, Mr.best Nolan man. 'I .iee4, '' Mo Renew YourDHer's .,.i,

J'- PER cruNoe groom.MTSJ.B.. Ushers were Ben Wilkinson and .
CASH ON DEUVKXY Teassore IJ001HOLLOWAY'S lithe shantung-white lace over. laid. the B.Cbker" (Margaret Sullivan Donald Taylor of Jasper_ ,r i () .
) Marietta. Ga. was matronof the a reception -
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S TA blue aqUa dustwrof; sheer nylon honor. to her sister. The bridesmaids was held in the Educational:
} was- sleeveless. The collar Vas of were Misses Amanda Sullivan I Building Introducing the guests at .- ..- '

; white lace over the blue. and Disrtne Sullivan also sisterof I the door were Mrs.W. M. Jernlgan "

Those attending this party were the bride and Theresa Adamsof :and Mrs. Bernard Thompson. The TmS NTR'I'

: Miss Joyce'Smhh and her bridesmaids Winter Park. bride's book was kept by Miss Bun 'M !

: .' Mrs.: Larry Melton of Missouri Young Lynn Bowen. niece of the nye McLauchlin. .. .. .

; :airs. ,Wendel Carpenter of Et groin was flower girl Refreshment were served from a .A ;''' r It //5
C J HOUUOWAV v Augustine,- Mrs. Gene Williams I The brides attendants were gow tables overlaid with handmade .

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IU' '*No: Other Foundation""' Roipans SJ'M believer 'In I ; I 'i'' '
Just show thet- The, Fourth Ain t ,'j ., RIVER FRONT 'J4YTS': ,
Christ that Jesus built a church; ', ,,
"For other foundation can no ,, He' becomes fully, .convienced purchased It with Ms blood, gave ..., ."',"" '" I-J.:? ,
man lay than that which fs laid, that in him all treasures of wisdom his life for It, and that It Is his 't ) .... ,.- Jo FOR't,1: .n iJ'.".
!4 '' which is Jesus Christ." 1 Cor 3:1L I and knowledge are hidden! (Col. body, and his true, and you haveno I What It Used To :Be'TO J'- 'I ,' .;
,' N 'Paul referred in this languageto '2:3): Being the ,Son ,of God, the argument about which church .. 'I'I GAl l\IISQJS\: ? f .j"
the foundation of the church at anointed of God, Jesus Christ is the Is right.: lle would not consider one : CLASSIFY" -' ----.- -,- :
Corinth. The foundation he laid was one,infafiable Teacher and Ruler!' built by mere man: and, every LATE T OR '
,> Jesus Christ. This is the foundation (James 4:17)) Therefore the believer church since apostolic Gays, and
that must be laid everywhere. It I accepts his word on every precisely A. D. M, in the city of By. Russell' ...,. Kay HELP
is the basis of all loyal service to subject. Why? because believing Jerusalem every other has been I can remember! when the Si OP PERMANENT HOMES.
baptism !Is not the foundation. Him to be the Son of God he accepts built by 'man.' See Matt. 16: 18; Fourth of ;July'-,Ve'allymeant
What constitutes acceptable worship Ills word as the end of all Acts 20:23: ; Eph 5:25; Eph. 1: 22- something in tha-: ountry. ;Asa MALICIOUSWOODS 1 1I On the Withlacoochee River in Hamilton County, Fla 'if
is not the foundation. The true controversy. This is what Is meant 23! then Matt. 15:13.: Now again youngster, I looked forwardto Terms '$10 down
church, its unity, its name, its in John 3:16: "Whosoever believeth show a believer in Christ the simple Uier Fourth'' of July with the I as low as arid '$10 I r ,per. month. .
on him should not perish, but have worship;lie inaugurated and Mine anticipation ,ni excitement BlfflNiNd! Drive north on.U.. Si 4.1 to State Road No 64,Co west t':, ,
datlar.I evprlastln.lzi life. We hear much about he accepts It and can be satisfied as I did Chris mas- These '
t in'' t t and turn right on State Road 1 143 to property write'Florida '1 }
the foundation. i people accepting Jesus at:nothing; can equal with what ,Jesus 'see the two biggest ,
1 their personal 'savior, well this U>i did and taught. lie does not believe the year Campsite I Inc. P.,'O. Box607.. ,Jasper''Flonda it t :
Since these are not the foundation well and good, ,providing one has I, that one thing can be done to im1 Far weeks, nometEmc! month, t 7 t Ad64LSU6l5l01 II. ,, :
they are not the first things'which i truly learned to trust not only him 1 prove upon'"the'work 'and worship *.we. kids would OMPe up our l.. -
must be emphasized to the but his word in aO matters pertaining of the church: as:Jesus set it I in or pennies to buy firecjrackers and 81 '
sinner Naturally the foundation to life and godliness. der. lie'has:one' hundred percent American flags-: Ljxmgbefore '
must be laid first. We must build i confidence in all Jesus' methods. the relit of the family was AcrS ABOUT CANCER OF'fHERECJ'UM"Published : :
-' the structure upon the foundation, I 'When this foundation Is laid, ': This is exactly what results from awake I would be ''out with my --- at Dr.-Huff Clinic '.
not the foundation upon the structure. all that is necessary is to slaw the. 'laying the proper 'foundation ,and pals lebratlng"iBoy; ; It was jail. We love our kids nowadays ,
The foundation is laid when j j true believer what Jesus'teacbe' (laying It'''Well In any good honest fun- W. had wick 'variety, And protect them. We have ad-, : TiftorL,Ga.' ,' -i\
we convince people that Jesus When he sees that Jesus teaches heart. As, long as a person thinks ladyfinger';}?n*giilarlz., ((50 vancei a long way thanks to Sighs To,Look For i '; '
the Christ, the anointed of baptism for the remission of sins, i a parent, preacher, pope or any to' a; pack)' giantsAnd\ cannon ,- 'and legislators. BLEEDING::: The ,
the Son of Cod. If he believes thI.from bl and burial in baptism, he win then(other has authority in religionI crackers, and a fejyffucky kilobad" I Nowadays if a kid wants to most ; :I '
an understanding heart, Immediately' accept both points of I" has accepted a faulty'foundation mall cannons lItside of have fun, Instead of playing sign of cancef o fthe rectum I :: .
then knows no other person doctrine. Why? because the one....,j I and to build Upon such wIn only re- a'singed finger 1l! never got "I| h. firecrackers! ..he. cart experience,! has been'' blood' ( T l
theJ, ,has'accepted;: ,as the may appear''mixed with the' *&I
parable to Jesus ever lived on ,'whom he t eternal ; hurt We'heard about some kid go and'get him a nice automomatic' -
I it in Mark 16:16 and ," or many simply atr'eakhe "
earth. Christ : fl
says 3:22-23.: being HousIy injured but no pistol or rifle or even a
1''the precious tried stone says a kid I ever knew, and I knew a mlchine gun.: If the local Bl -probably one r
I man must believe, repent, confess lot of e'm, was ever seriously! dealer won't sell it to him he earliest signs of cancer: "of the I t'
.him to be 'the son of God, and be .hurt, <"** can order it by mall tum, but 'at the same "'.
How's Your AUTObiography? I baptized for the' remission of his In 'the evening mtf; dad would, Or he can get in a soupedup should be borne in mind that I "

sins, and he will add that personto Join with! other dad's In our jalopy and drive jt 100 may already have, reached ,
his cia>rch. Yes, 'you must accept block and all the youngsters" miles an hour (In a drag race stage prior to the
I Him as your savior, but you the neighborhood would gather on a public street. As far as bleeding from the rectal area. I :
must do as he commands John 2: in a nearby Vacant lot where we patoism} : goes it is a lot of IREGULARTTY OF GOING deny'o
;48. would shoot Roman candles, hogwash He thinks Georg STOOLS:Change of bowel :
K. E. Thomas, Box 226_ r rI pinwheels .sky Brockets.' and r"uh: :::..;:\ U bridge or some or irritability of the colon, I ;
what have you. It was thrilling. I *!nd of coffee and if you ask slight, if it persists, should '
I EVER TIME A FOREst Then there would always bJ a tint about Paul Revere he will thorough examination o fthe I
312E1TIiKES picnic and a lot of flag waving prsbably in'orm you that any and colon. ,Increase in the :
I afatEy speeches We lived over .the ;door ;cap Lnows it's a brando of gas in the Intestinal tract I'
Revolutionary Was,,and sometimes corking: utensils. He thinks noted as a symptom of
w A f L o YOU't I was.pjrrnitted to recite .Bunker Hill Is where his father from normal ',and likewise I(l' :
!'The Midnight! Ride of Paul zt his: golf) balls ins and trap diarrhea, loose ,Todd: or
t GET,BUILD. Jl' Revere" or, sing Yankee Doodle and f t3 hi* book ''Thomas Jeff err patron may be classified as
_. with gusto I was mighty proud ,len ij a hotel. symptoms of cancer. Patients
I } of being an American.! Oh. sure, a few folks( willk'n quently have ho :
conception of
I :TWer have been lots o! changes ':' out a flag on" e Fourth'i is : :
meant by diarrhea: and will
j r since then People weren't Jul;. But to most folks the
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so busy taking'care of moor i Fourth of July is Just another' ...
dumb clucks as they arc "day.. I a:' %NoboJy tJ1inke' about Inde-
INSTALL A 9JEW BATTERYLet I a Parents for the mOlt patan-* I p.nJ:nee Day or takes time to ITS EASY TO :TRADE WITH US!
gnt their kids b look s'.c for .ecall Valley Forga or Lexington -
themselves.. They thaugb: ni ta : or Concord. Dad is in a WARE JREDDICE'
our experts inspect your be careful with flit anj;! *' 1I1e '- I hurry to'get to the IOU course. ; MOTORS .
es and toll, us the dannr of Mother Is going to a 'movie..- I r :
careles/pess with fin works sister (Ii T::GD4S'tOC1.tCA1" I 'r'::
[ battery free-or install a' 'new I i going to1 the country
Oh, how 'sweet It. U -taytYou 'II 1 Club and bonny boy is in a : '- "
one for you today. .Call 792 I can't 'find' a fire/backer :,I burry to get with the jalopy. Pontiac -- Tempest j-: Cadillac:.. : ,\It
or a'piece of Chinese pu-'K any.wHtre Celebrating the: Fourth ..oft \ '
: : Bring Your Title Clean Used Cars .
and deU -
;' : '" 3781 for pick-up', et1., : and If'you could an Had July-ths old fashioned way was *
,::1 'courage enough' toi buy ,them ], all right but. now
'fua oaxtt'TNKaesixsa00aeu and were, caught I, at it.< ouM sgainst It.. kids .
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gee School. SYcainore 26331Mr. '
The organizational meeting Telephone '

will take place In Room 103 at and.Mrs. Robert Ehlert,.Editors and Publishers SPECIAL }..r\

fie college at 6 JO p.m. Walter .
Parnell.. college InstructorfIt .

reg1<:%er.t tlte stta)ottlsell: books; ., .1. \ .)esker
give eours outlines, cI.\dls-.\ > 1 TIflh11Thtffi1iHN4HDJi1IcoUNTYfJUDOE. ,.,;,
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designidt! "dew D.as.a.d.. *- this) 50th dy of J.ae, k.D. 1561.t3. : t .', : }
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'if.rtOi'tan, You' sad each>of,you are hereby C. A:--.,\V1'tettt' Jt d : I ,t.r ( '
Irh 1. notified And r*.,ir'd ,t* praccnt,ajirlalma Jasper. F/orl. ? I' 'Ut.)' I .

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4 l -," 'it: A" ,the, junior..collegeHumanities : ) Florida) at hat( ?.ffl" In .th. courthouse c. ',\( iQATOINf'H1ANCEJYW1Lf ', 1 f,.w F--: w V. +... +1n.,.. ;;:::
.for: elf ''r course: of said cpupteat Jaapar. Flo- Ill :.?'RlaelOF..Plalatlt. -
rids within aix calendar month from '.
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the lime of tlU'rlnt\ Publication'olhi < .0 J
notlc.-Two copl .'of each claim MART 1I."dop-'r': t */ '. Baltic( your 'books.:.. ;
WILLIE GUYTON. or demand shall b 4, In writing *nd Defendnf .
hall stab the place of resld.nce aad TN THE NAME ANFVBY-TJIB' J
COMPLETES, COURSEAnny poet offlee addftiw of the claimant. AUTHORITY OF' TUG STATEOF ....
aid shall b* worn' to by' the claimant FLORIDA!
'Pvt.: Willie his attoney ,and accom TO MARY BISHOP who.* residence
Guyton, -
nl.b; .0
flftm tea of one dollar and address la unknown
p whose wife, Mattle, lives In Jayper and such claim or demand not .o A sworn complaint having been
Fla:, completed an eight-week tiled shall b. void.< Sled In thin Court against. .you. the. ..
divorce.You !
therein sought being
light vehicle. driver. i course under ITlma M. BraiiwellAa Relief "
administrator' of the Futste of are required to Answer said l|
the Reserve Enlistment Programat John Daniel Bra.w.ll. "f'Cea.ed. romplnlnt on or before August I..
For Jackson, S. C., June 25. First PUbJt"1I3':1J: June It lf<4 1\184.\l rurnlfhlnar to C. A. Arrlett..* 1
2.. July 8. lA IT per.. Florida. Plaintiff Attorney'. a.
During the course Guyton re- -..:.--- Aso decree pro'edates
icy ceived instructions In the use and IN CIRCUIT COURT. :o P'IW.O entered e ilnii( you.WITNESS nftiridseal .
maintenance THIRD JUDICIAL CTR. my hand and the
of vehicles with a '
of thU Court at J.spn .
rated capacity of less than four '.tnn... A. D.. list.
&yed tLTOM COITNTT .LORI- thlll Inth A .,
of the the Trumpet tune : ayIL
Smith daughter organ C1r
Miss Joyce and one hall tons. and in motor pool JonLLF.R. Clerk
Mr.* and Mrs. Daniel ,Smith wa Miss Smith bed chosen a floor .organization.The BEVERLY FLETCHERNCERYFi.lautf. cult Court Florida of HamiltonCountyl byC. .

married to Mr. Colbert Croft son 'length gown of organza over taffeta 23-year old soldier, son 'ofMrs. -v5-- ..'. A. Avriete .. "' .. with theFINE OJt1tlld

of Mrs. Josephine Croft of Valdosta ,cut,on' princess lines andover. Annie L.: Johnson 1103 Carr EDWARD DALR...FLFTCHER.n .. .' --.. onnDeSEALCI.rkJuly ,
Friday evening June 26 at the First this was embroidered: alencon :St., Palatka, is a 195Q graduate of IN THH! KAMR ANn* BY THB AtT Jasper I. FlorMa 10..It nl'' < i

e? Baptist Church., I lace the long sleeves featured a I Central Academy, Palatka. FLORIDA THORITTT. OF' THE STATE OF. '- POINT III :
I Preceding the wedding Mr Wen calla lily point.,Her roll-edged fin T0 EDWARD DALB FUSTCHFR OTI'FI OF APPIir-ATIO I .
del music master cf the veil fell from who.* r..ld.ac. .. daddroa FOR TAX DKf HNotice
Carpenter ger tip a triple crown tin. .
1 FOB IALE-IIOL'SE and 4 acresnear la hereby rtvn that I* K.Ta
t Ancient City ,Baptist church of of lace ,with pearls and imported Jasper. Only 6000. Small known.A sworn complaint hating been fit .l,,r. the holder of the following. II
1 St Augustine and a :cousin of the i crystals tobacco allotment. See W. L. Bryan .d In this, court 01t'1" you' the rl'f ertlnratea h,.. 11Iet, said certiScate.for .

bride played a'program; of organ Dr. ,John Howell, pastor of the 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert, 792 are therein required oacht-to being Answer divorce.said complaint You. The a certifrate tan deed'noh to he h.r issued. and rears thereon of I NAUDITOR'S

music -"If thou art hear". Bach;! Deland Church where the bride 4491. Reg. Real Estate Brokers, tf"Therioncawajif.il on *C.b,4 Avrlett.JaiperFlor, tanuanc*. lh" description of the pro- I r
Franz Lutz nlahlna; to n.rtr. sad the "*"'. In which It wa .
"LleberstrRum. ; worshipped while a student at Stet-
da, PUIntlff'a Attorney a copy there.f a,,m.."." are o.* followa:
"Romance". Ruberstlne, 'Theme son performed thr ceremony;assisted .Ia., decr*. pro confcuo will I be' r.'It'-Ilt. Na 34.
% from Romeo and Juliet" by TschiakowisU : by the Rev. Sayer Canova of' entered "or..ht.t'.OIt. Year If Tousnee Il lTtwrlnttnn '
WITIESS hand sad the "fflHftl ; '
me tat 1 of
; dalr da Lune, De Bussey. the Jasper.OIUrch. I seal of this Court M Jaaiwr. 1 Florid.... look 14 B.o..of S..Twn Prop*1M' *t ,Rftnr* 14 Ball' Point Pen',MGOF
this nth day of Jan.4. P
The choir loft was a blaze with The Prayer song was, "0 PerfectIave1" MILLER Ft liS "re.. .
(SEAL) J ... '
I assessed'
lighted candles from 6-T branch ,, sung by Mr. Christian. tamed Tracy Clerk Circuit. Court C.by' S.N.m.'': "':'In. which .:ti'1LI' : i .! Long 7" perfect/! balanced writIng .
Alice Jones D.
candelabra and two candle trees The_ organ.:' recessional was Who wore dresses fight and laces.s C. A. AvrUM' .Ta,,or, Fl*. Pertinent No. 56. .1i.Wt' Instrument designed for
of thrice 7 candles. The standards Psalms! 19 by Mat+eiel}JAp June It 1I..3ub,S 10, Weer of Issn.nre. Iisrlof
were entwined with fern and potted Mr.and Mrs Dante $.lnih were ,thought that the style. DescrtntlonH lot 11 of Elk T'rnperlylTh.t. 1. reeorded.In; D.R .I;auditors! accountant, book wltlwtf''

palms emphasized! the arrange hosts.8t. reception' following ,the Mould lisp her tool TW THIRD C'lRCUl'COtrn'T.JUDICIAT CIR Rt1F. 43. pree'l are., 111. SM 3.1: Ttvp: tNt keepers and others who need a
meat.; : marriage of their daughter. It was CUlT. IN AND FOR HAMILTON which .f aii/f.r; iWllasrw ball
far'a wt+r i, 'COUNTT FTXJR Nero. I'lI alge t fine point pen for,extreme
A bridal arch was simply entwin In thecBdUtistlonal building of the! "' '. IDA H i,IN! CHANCERT.f5 '
ed ,with asparagus tem. & MteflM churih/'Mfcnyfrlends' : assisted.. ,Tf.O11ttMbat t',..q..j NAIf! CR ,"af( IIOaa'J r)- County AH of of said'|>rcp rt" ,belne en."In nrldanretee the| legibility. '
,, : witit symboUo w4MsJ.wtcMlRCbesstr MtaR Jar 81t welcomed aw ens ." ; I t rnoh11r..tiflfrei. '.
w, ';" .p the guests ( .. '.is-,$ 1iaAMR. n. l..ht'h.'redeeme.tladhrdine' ONLY INS AUTHENTIC NATIONALlY I
Underneath waS .ttw aaitoi Ih tM'tNefvfn& Un were: Mr, and B.rtlf.J. e.s.' !
"r 'V Defendant f low th* deserlhe4.in J 'JUjlJMrVif"i .::
n covered prayer bench hits;:Daniel Mrs/Daniel Smith;. Mrs.Josephine t. a1/MN a ue8N4
.Smith was escorted to the front by Croft'' the bride '
and groom, Mr.and' AUTHORITY OF,.THB STATE ysnndav aUAIANTH.,00; Nor> ACCOT UV
M nr''' nn the er'fl. In aaa
Jimmy Kolloway. She wore I Mrs Colbert Croft irand: the .. .0 a.m.,
at .11
J"te. Frl H* *. who r. Angnes. : -LC OtC rot,tINDT" OR
a street length sheath of martllassex bride's at ndanU.f't"J4._ Idesc.a.d! address. I. Route I. Reid.. i i.mwnloh'l Is the 3rd day August. "
with peblurn a rounded neck and I "The :weddutglircfreshment table Till. North CarnHonA 1*'( f 'if. '
eoWfll'1l'romnlnlnt hKvlnr been D+ted this'' (tY''n' of Jolt 1661. '
cap sleeves. On her head was aa. i wasoverlaid, >wlth.a I dainty: white filed In thin Court araln.t you the '.1. .'ft'hllllee) M..kor GI Slimy
lace box. relict therein .onlt'hl' being' dlyorr Clrpirl- Oonrt.' Hamilton .'
aqua cloth. The 3 tier wedding cake was You are required to Answer said '- .Mrs Josephine Croft the groom's topped with yellow roses and the Complaint on or b.fnr"4uru.t 3. July 1.. IT 1\\\\Vlt\ lit fMSB.manufoch .

mother wore a blue lace Jacket candleabra held,,yellow candles. _, _, ,_,_,_____,_,_, n
+dress. Her escort' was Samuel Mrs.Wendel Carpenter, St. Augustine ,\\,' >rd byUNDYPEHCO.JNC;

Walden. 'and. Mrs Susan OmnIngham For the BEST in Parts and Service ,
.The program of music continued. of Jacksonville ,cut and served o uc.T.a
Mr Harvey Oehlert sang "Ich,the .cake. 0 Balers Rakes Mowers Cutters CuIv. CM C.IN.UJA.
d liebem Sri". ( I Love Thee). Mr. Punch was served by Miss Joyce FINE
Frank! Christian ,sang "WhitherThou Guthree of.Deland and Miss Shirley \ POINT
C Goest'% Pearson of Atlanta. 6 Ford Tractors Corn HarvestersEASY V

'r The organ modulated Into a tram .i Mm Kay Taylor of Valdosta .. 't. I'

,pet wedding: : processional with the kept the wedding book. TERMS SEE. .

Trumpet Voluntary In D. ,by. Pur- Floor hostesses were Mesdames THE JASPER NEWSNOTICE
ull;and the wedding party assemb I Harry T.'. Reid Cecil Kemedy,

.led. .Earnest Chandler, Jack Sandlln SUWANNEE VALLEY
The groomsmen. 'were, best man ,and BfllyRUL

Mr. Cecil Penholsler, of Valdosta. I The j'oog"c,couple l after lingering .'
Jimmy HoIl way;.Larry Hart all awhile) I I with the guests left for \ TRACTOR COMPANYJasper

of Valdosta. Samuel Walden Beer- their \wedding trip. Mrs Croft had
kin.'Ga. Harry Pearson of Atlanta Phone 7924551
changed)>er'wedding dress for a ,

TeI'8aTaylor was maid of honor navy blue'shantung with navy,dus-1 e s.. J Notice is hereby given in accordance with Chapter#

Mrs. was Marion matron Joyner of Flnley honor.of Brides.Lakeland ter.white WluV accessories.,this she., wore navy and ; t 5'5.1 :Section t 155.25> 1963, Florida Statutes' that" the

maids were. Marsha Hall Judy Out r r"or1owa";; .({nests for Smltb-. DOES YOUR BUSINESS LHTTBRrjIBAD .MAKE Board.'of County Commissioners of Hamilton County
Omen Mrs: Elizabeth Mltler of Ft.Myers \

and Margaret 'Cox of Lake. t Cron From() wexkBng,* Lake: City, Mrs. A. M. ', Florida will .alf t ,their regular meeting on the 4th day

land.Flower Crews. ''Miss Mary. Lilly Crews MORAL I ; XG- of August: t 1964 hold 'a public'l hearing in regard to

girl was Terri Waters, I Jan DeVane,"and Mr. and Mrs 'jia ... : .
IiIC the
niece of the groom and Benjl Nor\Frank Thomas. From Valdosta, purchase of the Mickler Clinic to be operated in

rls was ring bearer The bride's i Mr. Alva. WUlaford. Mr. and Mrs NOTHINGCOOLS >>:N'7 conjunction with the Hamilton County Hospital.

,attendants were dressed alike in ,Vance Oneal Sally and Nancy Dr. .

low aqua and carried bouquets of yel. and Mrs. ''J.: P., Rodgers, Mr. and ... t. \ \ J ,//' Board of County

1 roses and carnations. Mrs. Ralph' Wynn and girls Mr. r ,'
Commissioners ,
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I1 The :
sounded ,
organist then
the' .
> and Mrs.) Jimmy Holloway, Mr .' "
chimes ,1 Hamilton
and the bride'entered with, County
.I and Mrs;;'W. F McCfaken. Mr. 4 .
her father, Mr..Daniel 1 Smith. While 1 and Mrs: 'J;.' P.' Cowart. Jr. Mrs ..,..... (' r_ By: J. R..Miller,.Clerk

Louise Rodney, Mrs. Billy Watson .1 ;
"nd Flondtf,Watson, Mr. and'Mrs. LIKE .. \

': ,BU1 HaiV Linda, and Terry Wat- .,
1' en, Mr*.* Louder, Blane, Mrs;: Bill c h ._ r
II Taylor and Mrs. A. W .
A fJ .
From Live Oak, Mr.
__ tgil' j and Mrs. ,
H. T.; Reid Jr" ,. Dr. and Mrs Harold -

Preston' and Renee. From .

Croveland, Mr., and Mrs. R. L. ': ... > \;.. 0HAT JN THE; EVENT-OF A
No doubt you have at one time Perry. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs MAJOR DISASTER THERE ARE
used the old admonishment against Wendel Carpenter Mrs. Linda Pur AIRCONDITIONING I ?A90 CArK HI'IMII

buying a pig In the poke. vis. Waycross Mrs 'Ralph Gay IIM rlalcyAbsvnetsSTRATE6KALly

Do you know how this old warn- Jr. Tampa. Susannei Sparkman rllfpaJTIONfDINTH
ing originated Deland Emely Vanda Guthrie .ET US HELP YOU WITH... t, UUINfINT ADEQUATE FOR
It seems that farmer In Ireland and Joyce Guthrie) Berlin, Ga. TWC! TREATMENT Of NEARLY
at one time took suckling Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walden' and o Letterhead Design I h EVERY IMAGINABLE ME.OICIL
pigs to market In burlap bags Lynwood. Twin Lakes, Mr. and wsmuiiw AND SURGICAL CONDITION

called pokes. Some sharpie Mrs Robert Perry. Jennings, Mrs $$50 o Gilbert New Cotton Fibre, Bond
would: invariably substitute a Hilda Alderman and Sheila. Mr. AlLOWANCE

barnyard cat lor a pi 1et. This R. A. Cunningham, Mrs. Walter writ lie given to. each Florida e Quality Printing
made it bad business' to buy a Havener, Miss Inez McCall, 'Mrs Power Corporation customer who
in without first takIng Nlta Thomas Pinetta, Mrs. Bonnie v '
pig a poke replaces a flame-type heating .
a quick peek at the merchandise Shadracfc: and Kathy, Jacksonvflle 'system with WHOLE HOUSE ,1 Take. a foo look at rear boataeta 1 UoeHkocxL"qoAlitr :
,''[ .*and MJ L.:A. L. Vent and "' 4\1'-t\ : '
so the buyer might be sure Bob Mi. W. O. Cunningham:and electric! cooling/ and heating Of. Can f h e iwprocd; throaa1a.." lied..p..,betty........ ,

he was' taking home the baco Susan Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Bill fer food July 1 through Aog. 31. : printlal? CaD na,dten'n a..bllgid .w yea ': : t J
It 'a pig has been poking a- ;
round your clrHhes') it>makes no. Bryan. Madison,. 'W Mr .and and Mri.Mrs.Mack'WadiWrth. put rhaACcant on comfort! .I. rare wiDbc hap'\10 discuss It wI&J& y.. ... .],|BWy.ai' ';t 4tiII'w

difference at Jasper Latlrtdry'AteanerL Lawrence Miller St Louis, MOo 7feire1yt4 iMk/ bow w*cal: U eI aftlatABcc to,"iii as>R 1M.Yllal"'impramlHD T NAMNll7I'r.
They'll come clean, Mrs' McCabe Va: er-.i rrcrvx/
Billy Norfork. Ffri palaces. ..
dean, ttme at '
rlfttm every X-RAYS
Mrs.!! Luther# :Rhoden and Deryl POWER
JA8FKR LAUNDRY CUBAN' Green'1 Cow Sprites, Mrs c. P. 1.4 CORPORATION MADE yVITI/ net
t BBS where yo rH en jo/ the experlesM > CQ [
Perry Orlando Mr.'and Mrs. Harvey ----awe e..w The News MELNNTGy.s.wwaiw.r
*, and eeoaomy and fine Pearson. Atlanta and Mr. and Jasper :

vesatts. ... lifts Eugene* Walden, Berlin, Ca I., .t ..' .


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._Friday, July 10... 1964..... .;<*.!: '.. '/;.' :; ... "'THE JASPER' NE.W.Sf. JASPER! FLORIDA I .: ., PACE SEVEN ,:
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a 4V/.*.7 .J_. .<; h .. '..
.T Perry visited Mrsrfcu&Un's( \
JUJWHAlfNEWS Brothers Mr, J..teiand Mt. tOUR INDEBTEDNESS, 'U\I: 1
+ 1? 6i i.Oxa .ffr.a&( :" '' pert Jpoentr Sunday.afternoon., CAMSBBtfBl This Sid utLe
. II Romans 13: tells to owe no man .'
j> Mrs. Ralph Cunningham spent 'of any'thing. but to love oneanother:
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bussey !
week oC for he that loveth another hath fulfilled RogerJEhIertjt
she /une.21st DeLand, Mr" .and Mrs. | :
ClyarvUlevisited i,
?la. yfth herTsonMn-law.and'dan- Franklin'Gastcri"Sunday'" afternoon; THANKS the law,},This,verse of ,God's| JIhur'thiiIJRNNins

Shter Harlon and Mary Martha . word, says to me, first of all, that Keesler AFB Miss.
Lambert. She went to get a good Janis Selph and children of Jacksonville there are some debts that we can ,

,peek at her new grandson. Clay spent some time last weekIn The family of Tinnian Register, pay. We are to.ewe no.man any.
Gregory! Lambert. acknowledges'' with grateful thing f
(folk. reflation your kindness and sympathy The teachlnfi nere, In Its application "Enter I
[ -Mr*.and..Mr,,,Isaac Shiver and;I A shown during our bereave, to money debts, counsels Pastor Charles- ItestPrey"W. Rogers Sr. I Jasper ;
Leon and and I Pastor: Rev. Fred Herring /
Amarylis Starling
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luske and Mr. ment. Immediate payment where poe Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.
children Wayne and Wanda of Jack I I Jack Luske of WhItmire and New- ''Wife and Children sable and desirably\ Its spirit obliges Prayer Meeting each Thurs S p.m. I I Sunday School .......... 10:-00 ;a.m. r

sonvilte took a trip to the mountains berry, South.Carolina visited their the Christian> a watchful avoidance Worship Services 2nd and 4th Mom Service .......... 11:00 a.m. "
In North Carolina and Tenn. mother Elizabeth Kramer ot a state of debt by a z.v Sundays at 11 and 3
Mrs. a.m. at p.m Training Union .......... 6:30p.rn. ,
the week of June 22.. They saw / .
careful restriction of with .
last week. expenses --- ----oj- ,Evening Service ........ 7:30
'many Interesting sights and hada . In means; and a thoughful care for JASPER FIRST METHODIST pan.
wonderful time.iidali Mrs. J. J. Zlpperer.Jr.,'.and dau the Interests of the creditor to Th Friendly Church". Prayer- -Meeting Wed. .. 1:30 p.m.

i Enter Mrs. David Williams of Jack whom deferred payment may be aoustpss.jpae N. E. BOOn Pastor

o&tarie spent ac: v2lJe& 11 "' 1.l J1 '. writer has said ORDER or RZRVICEern !: AK OROVK CM-TECH OP Cl3ir1 I..>Nl'
Tuesday nigh! I I ton and Madison ( ountka tfa tlov TwliTrelWn'aTnairfiyrf'making #: : :.......... I1 BeMten baps BHaBIII. Ton -
and with their I
Wednesday parents onliipw
week. debts which he cannot pa, nc ... 1ldO ..m. I highway 41 .
and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs and thus save the church from Evtryoa- incited .
Bert Zlpperer and Mr. and Mrs. .e t r'' :Mr.' and' Mrs. James Elwood 4' Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll
Mrs. Andy Fox and children of much scandal In the Book of Leviticus EVENING EHVICCa .
J t WonJUp Service .. ..... U to 12
Broward Bryan.. Chicago HI. are spending! :; some Brady are parents of a daughter the 19th chapter and the 13th ...\.>-..; : footer I Fsllowtbip _.., 9:00: ,.... Sunday evening Service ...... 1:1$
Mr" : T. C. Merchant Editor of time with her parents Mr.'and Mrs I'I Brenda Michelle Brady, born July 'verse we read.,'Thou shall not' Jr. High Fellowship6:00: p.m. Wed. Evening Bible Study ..1:00
The Madison Enterprise Recorder Joe Sullivan. All thel; brothers and I 8. 19M./In Hamilton Memorial, Hos defraud thy neighbor." The Bible I' Tooth FtJowship. ,_ 4:00: ''p... Phone.WE8-209I .
to the at sisters came to visit with Louise pttaL'line' teaches that,')'OGare; to pay your Worship Serrlct ..... 7.-00 J
Burnham.Qwrch spoke Missionary groups nliht"June over the weekend but one. Essie Vemess and Eugene Young debts. This can only be done by Airman Roger R. Ehlert.) son of Teeth ,Soelsl Uw ..:.. 1:00 P'&I, 1
:Thursday; Foxes fwUl move to New York in I colored: are parents of daughter,I living with .one's means: keeplnlrme' Mr. and Mrs Robert M.Ehlert of Wednesday Hour of Power, ,.7:15 .BAP.tasrcHUITCH
25. Mr. Merchant
spent much the near future. Pamela Diane; born July 3,'196-t In expense In Une with the income. Jasper Fla., ,has completed the I I'' Sayer Canova, Pastor.'Sunday .
of'his life abroad touring .many; Hamilton Memorial Hospital. first phase of his Air Force basic BETHEL PRIM111VE. BAPTIST School at -.?."-.,. 9:45
countries. He told'ot his experience S. I Morning Worship __ 11:00
of things he had seen and learned Repose Is a good thing but bore- .. .,. This verse also teaches that there Texas.military He training this at week Lakeland AFB. Bible Study at "Vi "In sch Sua. Training Union ...M..... 6:43 p.m.ajn.

while he traveled. He also showed darn is Its brother.. Valtaire 11 a debt that we cannot have, can Airman was Third Class. promotedto Church Service 11 ..... 7 p.m. Evening Worship ,............ 1:00
Wilson Herring. They also visited celled. There Is debt that each Month
a we cannot 4 Sundays
films of the different places he had Mra. of I I Prayer Service Wednesday -
Marcus Tyre Airman
Mr. and other relatives. Ehlert has been selected
pay; the debt of love. We must PBYE e:\\10 p.m. each Sunday 1 at 7:30
visited. This was enjoyed by all Crestvievr spent several days last .. I' go on loving,, and as we do so we for technical training as a comm Elder 1. M. DeVan, pastor ,i. ._ jI
who attended. week with their parents. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and unications-electronics specialist at
ire in principle fulfilling the.law. I JASPER CHURCH OF COO
i I I Mrs. Isaac Shiver and Mrs. M., children Cindy and Wesley of Jacksonville : The law ,against adultery, killing the Air Training Command (ATC>)> JASPER PRESBYTERIAN. I GLENN PRIDGEN, Pastor

The families of Mr. J. S. Bwni A. Tyre of Jasper. They all motlored spent the weekend with Mr stealing; coveting lying and every school at Kessler AFB Miss. His CHURCH SERVICE Sunday School ..._.... 10>00 a.nu
ham had a reunion at Twin Lakes I' down to Southern Florida last I and Mrs. Winston Williams. Cindy I other sin against men is all summed new unit Is part of .the vast ATC t'hrk vo> Ullan\'JNVVan; Zant III iMorning I I Worship 11:00 a.m.

Saturday.June 27. All were present M'ek. and Wesley remained for a longer up in one word, "Thou shalt system which trains airmen and I I Sudsy School..__...9:45 a. 'm.Sarrtcea Evening( Worship ?._?. 7-00: p....

except two grandchildren. S5. i I visit. love thy neighbor as thyself officers in the diverse skills re- __: ......._. 11:00 Wednesday
. Mrs. Annie Morgan and son and I I This is a perpetual payment; one quired by the nation's aerospece .. I Prayer Meeting ........ 7J9 p.m.
Mr. J. P. Williams was home daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs.Klr- Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Llndauer which can never be paid off a debt force. JASPER ADVENT V. P.i-E.: ...-..- 7 JO>> ,..111.I .
'from Tallahassee spending the by MOl'ian'of Miami spent the and children of Aiken S. C. Mrs. ;that cannot be discharged. Law The airman, a 1961 graduate of CHRISTIAN CHURCH I-

weekend with his parents :Mr and weekend In Atlanta with their George Hudson and family of Lake says, "Thou shall not', but does Jasper High School attended North Rev. Travis Carter I BURNHAM CHRISTIAN .

Mrs. Winston Williams. daughter and 'sister Mr. and Mrs. Qty and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth t not!I I I I give the power to restrain. Love Florida Junior College.He Sunday School ............,10 ..m. I I CHURCH''N.

. D. I* Evans. Mrs KIrby Morgan Shiver and children of Palatka enables to do aD that law prescribes would appreciate letters from Morning Service ........ 11:00: a.m. I James Webb Pastor :
Mr and Mrs. George Young had I|I went on,to Pennsylvania for several spent Saturday night and Sunday I and to avoid all that It. his friends. His address Is 1486) sunday Night Service... 7:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00: i
some of their children home with I days visit with her parents., with Mr, and Mrs.. Isaac Shiver. prohibits. The state must use the Roger R. Ehlert A F Wednesday night: I I Church Service 11 a.m. & 7 P.m. 1

them the weekend of June 27. They I . ;* sword, because'though I It can : 3405th School Sqdn., CMR 3C Box Chclr Practice ...... 7:30: p.m. Second and Fourth Sundays :

were Mr. and Mrs. George Young i Mr. 'and Mrs. Melvin Selph and Mr. and Mrs'Jl J. Zipperer Jr., I make good lawn .It cannot Inspire I II ,10298 Keesler A F Base.. Miss. Prayer Service ....... 8:00: pm.I I I Youth Fellowship 6: p.m. ;
ot Jeckaonvllle
and children of Perry. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs H.,S. Selph spent the spent Sunday with I the love that heeds them. Love -- .1 i I Every Sunday night.I .
Mrs. Kenneth Young and children'I I.I weekend, In Lakeland Fla. with J.'s father and brother Mr. J. J. :hurts nobody; there fore love Is the I DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH I
of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. I I[!their brothers and uncles. Mr, and Zipperer Sr.'aNt Mr. and Mrs. J. !I answer to the law's commands. Coral Snake Bite Trulett M. Comer Pastor I BRIGHT POND (JASPER)

James Young .ana" children of Or- Mrs..Thomas Zipperer and Mr, and T. Zlpperer. They also visited other I The love spoken .of here in this I 10:00: a.m. ....... Sundayschool I BAPTIS CHURCH
lando. Also visiting them that weekend I Mrs. Bryant Selph. relatives. speaks of the Christian Com Certain DeathBites 11:00 a.m. ...... Morning Worship Rev. Vernon Blackburn pastordonday
were Mr. and Mrs.: Jarman I| I I Ij lverae.)'. Ill is a love of endearment I '6:00 p.m. .......:........ B. T. U.' School .,_..... 10:00/ SJD.
e ...... Evening Worship (Mon.lnff Semite ....... 11:00 Lm.
Cultivate love In heart
Smith of and their : this 1:00
Delray Beach .' I your p.m.
J. &''BurnhanVts Is spending j and deaths from coral I I Training Union ,-,?..,...,..-?.... 6JO
sister of Fort Mrs. others in church and
Mrs. Joe Morgan for your, community Wednesday night Prayer :
several .with relatives, down snakes In Florida are comperatlvely ._. .... 'I:30 Evening Worship ?? 7:34Z
Pierce. days. ,! and for the Lord Jesus Matting p.m.1 ..
'. rare but the State Board of Mid* k Prayer Service scary
e. the state.. .. "A temperamental pry Christ. Bitterness) anger, Jealousy health keeps a constant supply of I| Wednesday at 130 p.m.
Mr. dWard Alderman of Tampa II e. "e H named Sites, hatred criticism envy, each one is antlvenom serum as do 20 hospital WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD

spent! the weekend with his parents Mr.; and Mrs. JoseptJlfnjng of Spends terrible humid a weed that wtll:choke out this poison control centers In 19 cities Sunday 5d\oot'''...:........ 10:00 a.m.Y.P.E.8anda NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
:Mr.:,,.and Mrs. Gordon: Alderman. Yulee spent the weeke with love of endearment "for others in ...?..:.... 6:30 p.m.>> Rev. N. M. Rowell. pastor
%, __ . I JosephV father and brother1 Mr. hotnlffats.W your life. tftt! over the state Prayer Mating,Thun. .. 7:SO P.m I Sunday School every Sunday, at

Mr. .and\Mrs. Herman Franklin ,Bryant Herring .and:Mr. and Mrs. throws!the riadovs tpeji- A crop that -Is/old. In our area ..'.n_," Mid Dr. Wilson ,T. Sow 10:30: a.m.
1 r' -*-* speaks of many hours of hard workIt dee, state, health
.!! "".. "" \1 1'.J4 a ...:_ JnI ... Foes braze to(keep, topis'. speaks eft< 41 it f 1 cultivating-and1 planting and initiates for M per wM of feurtate'i '",":Rw..14.L.! .M.:*' OI"N'I*' .. .lHefniitosi. .%,, sf
Ij. ... Sdoel .. :00 am.t '* ,,1ft pm'nr "
fertilizing *&;tIrtatl ting, Let me populftthM.;.A Mtetvfctissnui .F L: 2.8 .
..... 8enfe'rtO r ,lliCO.a-m.
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rwork ,
urge' you to laud at'paying get Isformatlossmoet; sJckly.fntefa* Union ..I**...... 7:00 p.m. MISSIONARY' T -,
your money-debt, \inhere possible' by eosjtoetlng his coastsmhfcj, rv1esLne.( ...& 6:00: p.m.
and to work hard at this debt of; department unless he already ednssaxy p.m.j J..I.( f*, FJ-.wa
Y love a debt which 'we'can never I knows Hw forstloa of a swarby pel-/ pnrr'l.erv .!. Nathan Wooley Putor'H .

pey. The wages.'of sln"is" death. ton control eenter." ...... ,. .; .. FIRST METHODIST* CHURCH' ndaf School ??.->-, 10.-00 a.m.
wt t God gave His Son but of love for ..No coral snake Mte deaths have. Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard I (Each Sunday)
rt you. If you have received'OuUt as been reported to.Ftorida since. IMI.' Sunday.ScJiOQK: *..-_, 10:00: a.ra. Preaching Service Each Sunday at
your savior, lie has canceled the One bite ha*, hen reported so far -tA class for every .p group), 11.-00: a. m. and 7:30: p. n.
debt of sin in youe-Ufe.: Now allow this ; but five were ,reportedlast Worship, Service J.u i ::00 a.m. Prayer Meeting Each: Wednesday
year .
Youth Fellowship ....... 6K)0: ) p.n.PASTOR'S at 7:30 p.m.
God's love to be made manifest in year .
your life. Last year three persons died of Whit Springs every Sunday at Fii D5iiiPi'iPiisT CHURCH
Rev. Sayer Canova Pastor, snake bites all rattlers. So far this i 11:00 S.M. '.. J. Wj Tittsworth, Pastor

First Baptist Church, Jasper7, year, there have been three deaths I Swift Creek, each Third Sundayat Sunday School: .._...m 10:00 sm.

SAVE NOW ON TIRES FOR one by rattler,, one by a moccasin i _.._ _8:00,: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 sm.
and one ty a cobra. The cobra - rraiDlII 'Union _.. 6:30 B.m.
CHRISTIANS death was a suldle in Dade Co. Evening Wor.hfp7iJ: p.m.

(SAFER\ VACATION TRAVEL MISSION SOCIETY HERB AU together last year there were STATENVILLE.Allen Brooktr. .GEORGIA Pastor I 7:00: -Prayer meeting,___

,. r+ 'I 241 bites reported: 51 by rattler !Sunday School <..__?. 10:00 a.m. CREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF
"' .... The Jasper Advent ChristianChurch 38 by moccasin 1 by copperhead Worship Service .: 2nd and 4th COD
was host on July 2, to a 55 by pygmy rattler, 5 by coral and Sundays ,.....;...._....... 11:00 ..... Rev. Earl Deas
rally of District No. 2 of the South 91 unidentified. There were Jr. and Sr. liD, Each: Sunday at '
Georgia and ,Fkjrida! Women'sHome 277 were bites'reported In 1962. '7:00 p.ra. : .1 I Sunday Morning School Worship...._._.10:00 11:00: .....
and Foreign,Mission Society The coral snake, the most dead Prayer Meeting Each Thursday-at' Wednesday Night ,..__ 7 JO p.ra.
bbbb About forty women representingnine ly In Florida,although there Is least MYF Social 8:00 Hoar'Each ra; TnnrsdaySUWANNES I I Praysr '
societies were present. Mrs likllhood.'ot being bitten by one. Y."-P. E.Friday Night 7dO

Donna Shehee off'Gainesville, assistant This is because .the snake Is stow CHURCH 07. .... -

eMORAL vice president presided. to arouse and because It.bites rat ,:TWC.NAZARENE: ;.-, JENNINGS" ASSEMBLY OF COD,
b Mrs Julius Parker of Lake City her than strikes. Thus. it must get Ficil, Floras CHURCH

brought the morning devotion.A its teeth around the object such asa Bert E., Wheeler: Sunday School each Sunday at

covered dish luncheon was enjoyed finger. It cannot get Its teeth Intoa lunday School: .......,.,000; AM.Praaebinc 10:00 a. m.
at. noon.I flat surface. \. Service ..,.,.U.: O AJX. Ssrvkss Each Sunday'montn
0l R Coral,'venom affects the nervous I Cveint Service1&. P.M. _and evening

I I,1 system while that of a rattler or Wednesday... Prayer Meeting 7 A FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
moccasin breaks down red blood STATENVILLE. GEORGIA
.:, BIG corpuscles.: A coral snake bite vic CORINTH MISSIONARY. ,D. W. Kannon, Pastor
((1'W. tim must have serum In an houror BAPTIST cmjncn (Services Each: Sunday)
GEORGIACRACKER death Is almost certain, I Rev P. MvAHen Pastor Sunday School .__._ 10:00: a.nu
NOTHING The board gets Its serum directly 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School Morning. Worship ._ 11.00 a.m.
from a firm In Brazil. the only> (except fifth Sunday) Training Union -?... .. 6:30 p-W.
I 11:00: -Morning Service! I Prayer Service
3a 1I 1II place In the where It Is manufacture Wednesday at
50' LAP ,. world I 6:00 p.m.-Training Union 7:30 p.m.
t ff jl'"me 7:00 -Evening Service at 7:00 p.m.
board sell the I _
cannot serum
Prayer meeting Wed.:at 7:00; p.m. WHITE SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL
It must be dispensed free "Dr.
Sowder said. "The serum Is not licensed I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: HOLINESS
NYLON RACE for sale in this country but WHITE STRINGS' !ft. School each Sunday, 10:09 aos.Praa .
3-T we feel we should save the lives f RtY..W1Ilfam Van Zant m .Ui. arks very lad aa44tk .

i It we can. "A person bitten bv. a EveningZanies'' _*uif0 .p. .m.i Saadiiy alII.... A 1HO PJS.nother 1 :
>ol:.._ : ;
coral>nake will almost,surely die -- ----- --
ALL-WEATHER '42" Q ... ..." unless serum administered. In grows to about 20 Inches, It Is a color..

fan*. The serum we have Is effectIve beautiful reptile"and' most attract- The"..false"coral has a red rose .

Not Seconds! Not Retreads!: ,;;,;C. ,and we feel that every effort lye to children. Its tae, Is black I and black bands' come between its ,
should be used to get it to a victimas and Its red and yellow bands touch red and yellow bands. One typo< ot I

I VALD $fA quickly. as possible" I being separated by black banda'j king snake resembles I the fain
: $j '35'\.8&-\ & AIR The coral snake is slender and Rarely, a freak; coral may: coral. .'

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