The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I G.--JURY- CRITICIZES, CITY JAIL 'To Begin Work On Vital ''Statistics Is EDITORIAL. \t "Queen of the Florida :

Streets Health, Officer's, Pageant. at 29
Our Own !!
.: Money
THE CIRCUIT COURT hunting on Sunday and that. the discharge Work on a .$166,668 road irnprovernent Job \ Miss Marsha Bras\vetl. daughter of of
OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of fire-arms rot be allow I wish to suggest to our legislators will Jasper
project. six represent the Chamber of
HAMILTON OF FLORIDA COUNTY IN REGULAR AND FOrt on'Sunday*, If Is'therefore fetter due the.Hamilton County': -communities streets ia -rn.e.Vita1 Statistics w is legit that a law be passed to let the "Queen of they Florida Crown"" Beauty Jacksonville>untY' In the-

ALL TERM, A. D 1964 consideration URGED. REQUESTED AND RECOMMENDED of Jasper and White Springs is expected latlon enacted by the Legislature ot County of Hamilton spend their own Beach on Saturday. August! 29th. "Miss

PRESENTMENT OF.THE GRANT that the Sheriff of to be started by August 28. the State'ot' )Florida, providing\ a secondary road funds. I see no reason 'Hamilton' County" In the local contest.

JURY Hamilton County, Florida immediately the State Road Department announced system for obtaining the completeand why the state should exercise The contest is sponsored by Council of
To: Honorable R H Rowe Presiding make arrangements to have today accurate registration of the control over this money which is I Chambers of Commerce, which is in the

Judge. of the above styled certain signs printed and posted births, deaflr and stillbirths that collected in this county and spent ]Northeast section of the state and of Is :
District TwoRoad Member a mem
Court.The throughout the County, advising occur in the state of Florida and here I bee .
Grand Jurors of the County closed Ralph Powers said the,first
the hunters that.the County part peojianent.
ton preservation of.uC'.h We are being treated to the sad
+ ,. State of/ Florida, sworn and to hunting on Sunday and the the 1.4-mile project Include' Rever' recorxSl There'will be 20 contestants this \' > title
r impanelled all the Grand,Jurv for discharge' .cf fire-aims will not be Street and Kendricfcs Street in spectacle of the State Road Dept. of "Queen of the Florida Crown". The win be
the Regular Fall Term. A. D. 19M allowed In' Hamilton County, Florida White;Springs between State Road The State' Health Officer is charged making us wait three or more years i t held at 3:00: p.m. in the Bandhell at The final

'oI.t.ttlerabovestYICWrt., hereby On Sunday, and that this Grand 136 and U S. <4L The Jasper by law. w.th; the direction of all while they use our money elsewhere judging will be at 8:00: p.m., also In the contestants +I.
make and file this their Presentment Jury recommends, urges and, requests NW and segment Vital:Stati*CT, Activities. He is and then making!; our city will be Judged in evening gowns, ceremonyand
that 4he Sheriff of Hamilton Includes NE 3rd St. then tied "The State .
Registrar"In streets to suit their rigid requirements the Queen's Ball. There Is
no 00
County, Florida-- enforce said laws between U, S. 41 and SR S-51 and [ the State Board of.Health there : p.m. or
The Grand Jurors, of Hamilton which may or may not be 8:00 p.m. reviews
County Florida, having been in discharging SE 8th Street and Central Avenue' ;s set up a Bureau of ViUl Statistics what we want and need. In case of inclement weather the the Band-
session several days investigatingthe :between U. S. 41 andSE 1st St.. I Its director is
responsible to The has Included
Florida will be arrested and prosecuted silly spectacle shell I will be held in the Community
various matters which, would : Work includes providing two 10- 1 the State Registrar for carrying spending thousands of dollars
according to the law. our Why not plan a day at Jacksonville> 29th,
effect 4he'health of the citizens wealth of morals Ham It is recommenced, urged and Insisted foot traffic lanes A eight foot park c Mat 'the Vital; Statistics laws andegulations for right of way where none in fact and Give "MISS HAMILTON COUNTY"
and welfare log lanes. Caddell and Jackson Co. I supervising the State needed railroad in .
ilton County Florida, and it has by this Grand Jury that the was along street
been called to the attention of the Citizens of Hamilton County. Florida of Jacksonville has been awarded J Bureau[ of Vital Statistics and all Jasper, cutting down all the trees

Grand Jury that the City of Jasper immediately report to the Sher the contract and will have 140 workIng f'ield activities. along the streets concerned, and ,

does not have adequate Jail and detention iff of Hamilton County Florida days to complete the project Next' we :.come to your local even then we don't get curbs and
of .
of the' discharge
taciaties and it having been fire-arms any violation on Sunday and Sunday I lealth Department and the part it gutters! Support r
further called to the attention Grand hunting: and It Is respectfully urged lays in the; Vital Statistics picure. Incidentally have, it on good ,
this Grand Jury, that former and requested that any citizen finding State Prlsioners cannot escape so : The Health Officer of the Cointy authority that the state tree trim.

Juries have called to. the attentionof any one discharging firearmson easily'and be allowed to roam thru r t Health Department is the local men have no right to cut trees in-
the City Officials of the the State of Florida, terrorizing the 'OF }]
Jasper, the Inadequacy of the present Sunday to immediately appear citizens.and that more and proper r egistrar! and he Is the person conmissioned side your property line. If they do

City Jail 'and. detention facilities before the County Judge of Hamilton security measures be taken to the r by the State Registrar ,. cut them sue I -R.Ehlert

It appearing to this Grand County Florida and secure a extent that priiloners will net escape 1 t a I collect: birth, death and stillbirth -- )
and JOIN \ .
warrant for the arrest of said persons
Jury that the City Officials of the Sunday : as freely a* they have in hte e ertificatea and to carry out duties STELLA WIWAMS
fire-arms on
City of Jasper have not done anything discharging: said be past and that all necessary precautions 1J nddental to registration within the
and that the persons KINDERGARTEN OPENS
correect said conditions and all steps and security measures be c 00# These are many and varied I
itto to this diligently prosecuted wherein and whereby aJ AUGUST 31 -
and further appears to be taken necessary to prohibit Thet local Registrar County Heal-
Grand Jury that the City of moniesto Jas the discharge of fire\ -arms on Sun State Prisioneri can Prisons be safely of con.this h Officer appoints a Deputy Regis-: The Stella.. Williams Kindergarten .ASC Committee Clinic :
sufficient fined the State
budgeted in I
per has establish suitable Jail day and hunting on Sunday in Ham- State. >ar to serve in his absence illness will open August 31 Mrs Williams 1 I
erect and disability ofthe local Registrar.I will pick the children up and take Election. DeadlineIs dule
and detatfiori facilities in the Cityof flton County, Florida. IT IS FURTHER RECOMMT/r
Jasper, nevertheless nothing has This Grand .jury respectfully requests DED. URGED AND Its UESTCD: ')Che clerk of the' Hamilton County them back home as is the usual pro '

been done whatsoever to correct that certified copies of this hat the Courts of this State take in1 Ito lealth Department has been drug \cedure. Nearing' Dept. \
said evil and this Grand Jury is of Presentment be furnished to the consideration the seriousness of r sled Deputy Registrar and ..sslgn.d : change In
Farmers are reminded of the
the opinion that the said facilities Hamilton County Florida by State Prlsioners of the duties the local Regis
Sheriff of escapes EState all the sued upon request for many purposes deadline September. 1
should be erected and esstablished and that a copy be published in the institutions and the Courts be f tgin sad* would normally do. 1]I approaching for voting In a.m. Tues
immediately without further delay,' local weekly paper at Jasper Florida ; giving suffer and longer penal. Vital Statistics has so often been There are many phases of Vital t the election of ASC community, .
It is: therefore after due investigation and that copies be spread in ties to those who do escape thereby of Life erasoath" mmlttes I for farm program: administration p.m.
'ailed Statistics to mention a few marriage
and consideration full upon the minutes of this Court. discouraging others to escape and II ; I in Hamilton County today Friday a m.
REQUESTED.URGED AND RE ADOPTED AND DATED this 21 hat, the Courts of this State::; in ) The fgistratlon of births, \ records divorce records, Em by I Wallace ices. Chairman, Agricultural ., ) : : ;
COMMENDED the City Office day of August.-'A D. 1964, at Jasper sentencing State Prisloners who +,:baths and stillbirths is becoming balmers,and'Funeral Directors atfidaviU Stabilization and. Conservation .. S

lal ofthe Cut y>of Jasper,take.what Florida 'H. have escaped, take into consideration ]more Important, each year. ,Birth .burial removal and transit 'Commlte. at Jennings .
necessary to.immediately /SJohn1 C. Camp that escaped prisoners do I and, death certificates serve two permits for disinterment ofbodies County' every month
ever,steps establish are bulM. maintain FOREMAN of the Grand cause the citizens In the area where I main purpose*. Their original and and on and on. Vital Starts The voting la being conducted: : b]' doW.UAtsop.'f.: ; 'a.m., .

Jail and detention fecllt Jury Regular Fall Term, the pristaner escaped''' some 'concern .primary purpaa* .Is, to serve BS anaIftc&aI. tics. 1 b truly "The book of Life and mail, the Chairman,explained ,arc I ,. ,
proper' and that 'A. D.'1964 in fA n4, for HanviDurtdGoolsby for the safety of their lives and ballots have been nt.e h' '
.....A.. ties' In the City ol'Jisper 'J' > 10A .. kvflMrardl of :.the,facts Death., .... -- : L
.. 'ittort.Qrtrtyr-Ffortdeal ataTmsT'th; Courtofthis. '
rope rt9 : 'wtet--.IrI.
y.l"' iIoWOt'JC Twgwxtpon saki'projectd Clerk concerning each} event',Births/ records ," Form are available at the Ham known eligible ease>ar .",:
State take firm attitude .#. S B Plfc '
a more .
'. .Ai needed tor these purposes! than Health for .UaIbW'wter fafla to receive a be! tne V''IJrI
1nunl. : TWB CmCUIT COURT and give longer sentences and greater I are County Department at
: = OIL1I1parf 1 JUDICIAL ot ., lot through the null, he may obtain : "
: 'parentaa..nh.rituce. of.With record
Proving in Jen
the c I :' THE THjaD punishments for those who escape securing"a."copy) I *
et lbecltl 1 *CIRCUIT OIFFLORIDA IN from State'Prisons.' entrance to school em- death divorce 'one at the ASCS County: Office.:Generally
3?Jasper, n4. t.kkl&1lPjId f : I property, certificate marriage or 38, thru
Jail and detention facilities ArH> )RMILTON.CO. This Grand Jury.respectfully re1 1 julorment, obtaining drivers: |U. record which.occured in the a farm owner, tenant or
: D. 1964. J : ,to vote It
.TERM.'A sharecropper ( Jfgihle
] to be of such nature to adequate PRESENTMENT OF TIlE ORAND quests that certified copies of this c>ease. marriage appicallonsoclall. j state of Florida ; i and Mrs. I
he is taking part'pr eligible to ,
serve the, purpose, and. all J9;', Presentmrrt: be furnished to the 1 lecurity. Veterans benefitswel- '; /fs .
Immediately by said TORY >irector cf the Division of Corrects are aid and ,obtaining Smotcey Soytt Fake. part:'In one,, or mtor* of' the 1 .
be taken R. H Rowe.Presiding Psusports.al '
steps PO: ,The Hororable Tallahassee Fkuide_ tno tNt ISC committees. &. at
City Officials to see mal said work Judge ofthe above fn tldtian( w their ... '
f Commissioner;; ;; I 3o
begins immediately and that the I styled Court. Board of State documents they are used': for many i Envelopes! containing markedbaflota
satisfactorily to of the Countyof InatltutiontTal1a.hauH.. Florida statistical paaa may be mailed or returnedto
work progresses The Grand Jurors purposes ; ;
to the Honorable R. H. Rowe Cir. I
the extent.that. In the near future Hamilton State of Florida cuit Judge of the Third Judicial Death certificates are used. for the ASCS County Office Jasper; I

such establishment, JaJJ and detention rwmand\ impanelled as the Grand Circuit of Florida,to the Honorable ettlemcnt of pension. Insurance Florida, anytime before Sept. 1. f

facilities will be constructed .Turv for the Repilar Fall Term A Samuel S. Smith. Circuit Judge of claims, inheritance of property and: Ballots\ will be tabulated publiclyby
and maintained by the City of Jas D. 1964 cf the ahove-nrvled Court, the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida obtaining Veteran, Administration the county committee Sept. <4,
hereby make ail file this pre and that "he same be pub- benefits. I 1964 at 1:30: pjn. in the ASCS Office I

per.The Grand Jury respectfully re- sentment. shed in the local weekly paperpublished Copies of all birth, death and still ; For each committee, three regular II I
this Hamilton
quests that certified copies of The Grand Jurors of at Jasper. Per Ida. and; 't
Presentment be furnished tc each County, Florida having, been in j that the same be spread in full up- birth> records that occur in Hamll- members and two alternates' The Educalonal -
member of the City Commission or session sevearl days., Invettlgatin on the minute of this Omirt ton County are made and filed at I will be elected. The chairman, vice have old

Council of the City of Jasper the the various matters which effect I ADOPTED AND DATED this 21 the Hamilton County Health Depart chairman, and regular member of on:

Mayor of the City of Jasper and the health;,\welf are, and morals of I day of August. A. D, 1964 at JasperFlorida ment. 'As a' courtesy birth record the elected ASC community committee Waah1 Mowers, )

that the same be published in the the citizens of Hamilton County. !I : are searched for and information will Also serve as delegate, lamps
local weekly! paper. and that the Florida together; with the violationof /S/ John C. Camp verified for; the Board of Public I alternate delegate and second alter I
the laws and this Grand Grand it
same be spread in full upon criminal occasion to investigatea FOREMAN of the Instruction, Social Security Board rate delegate, respectively to th class ,
of this Court. Jury having Jury Regular Fall Term
DATED AND ADOPTED this 21 recent ertsode which occurred in A. D. 1964. in and for the Welfare Boatel, Veterans Administration I ., county convention where the ASC needs Wbo

day.of August, A. D' 1964 at Jasper Hamilton County. Florida with reference Hamilton County* Florida Highway Patrol: and I county commute win be chosen have
Florida. to escape of Florida State ATTESTDavid: Goolsby. Clerk other organizations. Certified cop. It takes.only! oa*-b. etrifult r' during the second week In Sept. has you

/S/.Jcihn C. Camp Prisioners. and it appearing to this -. --- ---. Questions on ellglUbity to vote any would

FOREMAN of the Grand Grand Jury from this investigationthat' and hold office, or on the election like cause,

Jury Regular Fall Term. the board agency or person SEE FLORIDA .THIS: SUMMER procedure, will be determined by please : Redding i
and for Hamll rules and regulate ,
A. D, 1964 in who adopted the or Mrs .
ASC commute
the county
'Florida ions for the security of state prisoners
ton County Clerk. have not adopted sufficient appeal to the ASC State committee. Reids of- .\
David Goolsby; \
Attest: Old Fort Recalls Settlement lice. .
regulations pertaining f
OF IN THE TIlE THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT the rules safe-keeping and and security keepIng Early ___ k I __ I '

CIRCUIT OPt FLORIDA IN of state prIsioners and this f. ,.a. .;.' '''' :,\' ""f' : ,
AND FOR HAMILTON COUNTY Grand Jury is of the opinion that fi1. 'Mff. : ; ". "

REGULAR FALL the rules and regulations now in ti. ... .... .. 'I."' : trJl. -,v TTIIE A ME :
TERM, A. D. 1964. effect should be revised **n the extent 1'a t
PRESENTMENT OF TIlE GRAND that rules can and will be ado ,
JURY % .>. -- ...' ted wherein and whereby state prisoners r.. ..", .yes I

TO: The Honorable R IL RoWe; can be more 'securely. keptand : .: ,
Presiding Judge of the. above style confined and.It is very apparent ,J

Court. .' to this Grand Jurv that Wrongerpiles
The Grand Jul'Ol1l'Of the Countyof and regulations pertaining to
Hamilton State of Florida, sworn the safe-ke n>ln
;and impanelled as the Grand Jury state prWoner must be adopted .
for i the regular, Fall Term A. D. In' ccder. that state prisoners can be ; i

1964. : 'o(' the, above-styled Court more safely kept in confinement
here make .and file, this their nd It further appearing to this .r'e

Presentment Grand Jury that far too mAny' ori- .. "
sonera are 'escaping from State
The Grand Jurors of Hamilton Prisons. thereby throwinc terror
County. Florida having' been in and fright Into the citizens/land' M t
session several days, ,investigating sonar ta this' Grand J"v thAt the

the matters which would effect local law enforcement officers have. .
the health welfare-and morals of to attend fir too much of their time k.t {
the citizens of Hamilton County, runnins down and try '+g: to cvn+ure
Florida, and it having been called e ated nrfeioner nt the Sat,.. t ti

to the attention of this Grand Jury when m n matter of fart. If .-trcn- i
that it is 'a violation of the law, to ear odes and reputation\ are ... t rte
discharge fire-arms in Hamilton Rooted bv the eenrv: reimrxwible
Ossify Florida on'Sunday and it for the safe keening t of the prisonersthe !
further appearing to. this, Grand neoole would: rot have to fear
Jury has not been enforced and for their safety lives and property.
that the discharge. of fire-arms ,i.'" to eva*e-J roovtrr *rv\ the
and Sunday hunting. Is allowed In local law Pnf'-rernent officer ran /, ryry : I
Hamilton County, Florida and this devote more time to the enforcement 1 :4I

Grand Jury' being of the opinion 'of n... munhral> 1 taw of the .
that it is against the wishes of the S*"e. Tt thwffore niter due cone'
'great majority of the peop1e'of slrltfM10M bntlcr"tion

Hamilton County. Florida to have. FrTF.CTm.) :: URGED AND RFCOMMENDED1
and to allow discharge of firearmson bt, the> Brtn ofC0nn
Sunday and Sunday hunting: and 'iis.lnr ot SWe Tn tHntlon. a :
it appears to this Grand Jury that and the Director of the Division of : U 1
would be interest -1w :$... Irsrn, .....
it to the best of .
the citizens of Hamilton Corrections Immediately take whoever Part Caroline, an the St. J.4uts River near the site. 'ef the present city Jacksesnrlll' was
Florida that County of fire, steps are necessary to adnot fvt>4.4 In. 1544 bv French Hvgwetet fleeing rallfleiw, psrs.cvtk., fls........... ...-. I
Sunday the discharge and hunting : pertain rule end I"KUJationsIn where larw at......San Matte fcy the Spaniards, existed half a c.twY Main line Mai**.I...... "BewareI: cst You'Lose > I
arms on Sunday and "whereby and to the extent This. rnvsmm and raosastriKtM hrt are am.*i many....... GewnIwwrta Bnraa en* theaTfjIM '
i be prohibited and that Hamilton that Prate-seeurlw mesons run 1ririda'.Dcvh, .Catatlaslsa. are vrlnf FtorMteM t* vacatfon i. tfcalr MM af by Grasitaz at the 5h .i
'County,Tlorida should be closed to be a&pJat hereby and wherein :.. S J jf


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I PAGE TWO 'l,' THE JASPER N E.WS. JASPER FLORIDA 'Friday, August 28. 1964fc

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lage oval Centuries.- old trees mountains such af road. Now a Mrs. ,Ken Sayers a email new ;:

I ; TO, WEST VIRGINIA STATE line the narrow, streets. We longedto luth valley appeared with cows r house with new furniture and a wel- ; f lit ;a5per ew5 i '. '
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FOLIC FESTIVAL and RETURN stop and explore the quaint shop belly'deep in grass and clover. Our come mat out Tor us, ,./, tEach

I .. the museum, library tavern, apoth U. S.52/ fumed sharply to the left Glenville citizen'riaa an ..- I I

TakJng a'weeks vacation time to about It was'midnight when we "added cary shoppe. Time would not per I and ran along1 a valley It was four opportunity to participate In the Published Every Friday \

travel ;,trom"..Stephen' Foster Me-1 a box of 'his critters to exhibitat mit. laned| into Wyethville, Virginia Folk Festival. Eevry shop window( 'Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida

moriafc" White Springs,",Florida to ,I the upcoming West Virginia Nobody could: tell us how' far we)a pretty, prosperous town. Now U. :lexsiblts old-ttmey things. Empty ,
GlMVllle:! West Virginia to attendWWT Folk'' Festival. were from 'Btuefield our proposed S. 52 swung West and the two lanes store buildings are utilized! for Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
Baths and
:. : Virginia I State Folk Festival behind sleep destination that day' The Pure Oilman grow so narrow we wondered how craftsmen's demonstrations. The 13.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
with I were soon us.
Mrs.'Ray Morgan at the wheel
; of tbejr,:: Chevrolet was a trip I high- I 1 At 5:15: a.m. the elderly affable did know that Mt. Airy was,,2 cars could pass windingi Festival operated store -- formerly Cards of Thanks . $1.00 Minimum r

ly V ecommend.. We left StephenFuS hotel clerk had good coffee ready. only 36 miles and not far from theN twisting attending: towards a wood a bank building down a narrow SYcamore,

r Memorial Park at 4.30 p.m. (Soon'we were again on the roadvia C. Virginia line. We were hot ,ed mountain rearing straight a- street is a treasure trove of exhibits Telephone 2-6331

Tuesday afternoon June 16 1964, !319-441 Jacksonville (Georgia) and numb from sitting. Everytime ,head Nancy said, "Thank goodness I and the place tq go tQ buy I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlcrt. Editors and Publishers
and av tv we went via U. S. 41 and
U. S. 229 to- Fitzgerald; Georgia McRae Dublin, our first gas stop. we stopped for gas we walked around we'll be gong around it." Said I jellies, jams applebutter, homemade -

tvoere we were invited to supper I'Cloudy skies kept us comfortable and "air-out." We now con-i("How do: you know?" Sign says bread: dill (tried shellie rein: lure at Davis-Elkins College She arator and a Jack Umberlegs.;

with. the C M. Copelands our favor ,any} little traffic: allowed us to maker tinued on U. S. 52. Ahead a moun- .Rocky Gap 21 miles, and: sure enough I"Leather britches" Stick candy I brought down the house the night row Nancy had left a sweet By trail

.t! wood carver whose exhibits at I IKorieH' I time through', beautiful short tain loomed. It Is tall green and we're climbing up and up. whimmv dillies and the like: The before with h splttin' story. Din of Corn Cob Jelly to West Va.

: Folk Festival was outstand-1)!)leaf pine forests as we began to beautiful with a temple like knobon round and round its I 'Bachelor but- good chefs In town dig the trench tier that night at an ImV'Faraway bark a-?aln. 'TIs a fine eye and j

Ing.. Enroute we passed ,;wind and climb en'route to Phlnizy I IMfef top A sign told us we were app.loacltlrcgRsy'a tons and daisies.nod howdy"as we! ,', and roast the Vox"..for_all to see, tttfVA"tucked \aW8y.Jp.ithe-iiTMV\ 5- id : nvers. jtfece opener. .
Ch...oh which Is near 1\Y..D1Y'' f nDt'to ,then+- pr' + '
-ffP9mititb'Bkptl4tslnd'-twf- ; h1a &ic rtfr'so, ov;rcbnjf with. Crossing -, rlStarlightwttsatarant" IF bruahYI'r:. .', ;amer.lI1 l: iWthe rood'tent 17ar : falnS'hear historic Beverly was a tfon taste buds tickler My kith and III
oli churches. Clark Hill Dam'w over a huge featuring ham and hot bis- on. Nancy' vowed iTwe saw ary rv the sore dance platform offers gourmet's delight 'kin loved receiving some

At Fitzgerald we checked Into I reservoir which is-part'of the upper quits. Nancy remarked that she other mountain she 'Just wooldn'tlook mouthwnterln foods for sale far' The last dour
dlden't know her mister had slipped there'we Just about r Early Monday Lois waved us out leg Journey was
'North South Motor Hotel of Savaruiab'Rlver did- because were .. 1
another part Musicians\ gsther.4n'a
I we Into th ri ht hot as
town and all we rode thru we zoomed
off and opened a restaurant In the YoMer'Mountaln I jot day through Ga.
betel : the of
historic site. The original old i i en't'Vecoghize\ Phlnizy when we to top stare building hard by compare, StatSboro.was
beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of narrow'T lack asphalt mountain C tmtry, Lunch at the our lunch stop .
Into The'toad is >
was probably the first federal passed'trough t rWe :crjoiied a tune clay: aixJ to shake hands with clouds
: begartto
White Springswas roll
Virginia. 'tr e.'that keep Greenbrier, Sulphur up as we
create Carolina a'f 9.l4"'a.m.! and ribbon flung through pro.
works project passed to South & ,the charming Beers family *t the 'stopped to1Write I iceeded I South but
work for Union Soldiers who settled J[passed Premised Land $ hool. Soon I i i. We continued climbing and winding us from seeing how'farrdawli the, Festival for the first time and jthar, an experience we found waited to the cooling raw 1
home about. Night us fall until after
in 'Fitzgerald. The hotel contains"a .we were1 m' Greenwood and stopped on ''a two land highway with lots valleys are on each steep aide Suddenly .med with ',It.; In- the community .. through we passed r

fine small Civil War l\luleul1t"set 'stretcft'our I 'l le*, M JTor' coffee, of fast.traffic! and. hairpin\ curves. we were on top: 3405 f thigh center up the hill and arovnd' the i whizzing. atorg, on. the, Blue t .ItI ice J j'I ci't Way' SO'fVrrAlv rosi. The sun blazed

up by C. M. Copeland. Copeland ;Iiflhe[ cafe a'voung cpp'wrote out' Nancy was ,calm and impressed' on. Big Walker\ ?Look Out.\ t'crter, spinners weavers plasters !Skyline Drive and; still In the moun- ..' tT'I''on rl''bt'US W' "?*'* had

has woodworking shop and busi ,, 1 helpfut road 'directions that got usfrcm with the beauty. sun's'tastllng' There is a sky 1 lIt/'e;,,\yild i .horses display .a n d 'demonstrates tains. At the Mead w' pf| Dan. Va, 'twould have lsth''In' 'cQ. laps'

ness and though it .is not on main : Clinton to sp' iie 1b... ,r via 185 shadows reminded us we didn't couldn't drag eiuWof us'aboard.! ,|' and Sat ldot t!I I we left the Skyline Drive and drove risen to fUl the car.

,street the work U beating a path i;:Lexington/ttovWUmton..Salem toDluefleld. aim to be,'caught 'up there In the The ground ,felt flood:: to our. feet during the day Friday 'pver hill and holler to Stuart where : Glory bet'the sun wezrt,under a
Church '
to his five acres lie .is a master Virginia U S. 52. The dark. We came upon a "touriltrap" \ Here we had Virginia ham and egg In the Baptist nuMtfarsale. display ]I praises be a small motel welcomedus. cloud and we drove towards Homer

carver of critters: owls, toads j''two waitresses and bus;, girl were under Blue Ridge Skyline brunch and good conversation with of handcrafts. In the Presbyterian are set-up 'Church for the night j I!vile through Intermlttant showers.

gaters coolers squirrels rabbits j intrigued with our talking to Officer Drlvs on top of "yonder mountain'I two nice waitressey'and' ; a couple I I I after program sinking senders last,, .:-Tuesday* early .we crossed into I I The devil. was surely beating! his

add fish. He combs South Georgia ,Hamby, tW more intrigued: ; with We had admired. Now we starte4 from Sarasota. into the wee'small hours.;The''folk N" C. and left mountains behind. IAswe I[I Wife when hard rain, ) fell, the wind

river banks for swamp woods *nA-|where'weSk re gqfW.Ad Nanctfs de.cendirig.the mountain behind a Going :down,the'qther side of the |'music and tale\ teOimr. programsare drove through fine:;(arm and I I i I''I blew,with the sun shinning. Lot a ,

out of these emerge-'carvings Cstji i I CbV&bjlly, %,& -k. *> 'car and two trucks.'Scary:: but fun; mountain didn't hurt,.a .bit. Soon herd In the -wditoriumi of Glen- cattle country we vowed not to rainbow.appeared at the edge of the* _
Take time to visit Only tiny communities cling to themountainside. West Virginia bound and i ton '[road! ftnt.ahead. ft moved acrosa
great beauty. We looped the loop off 126 onto I I we were ville State College. Thursday and drive so hard and to rest and stop' ,
ine shop when you are passing thru I;185 without a hitch at 12:40: a.m.I I : Hillsviue loomed up I a three laned I road In and out of 'J, more frequentlyi We looked '.for''.the road and formed' an arch: over

I rltzgerald! ur ootne .tof Step hen" F os- ,we ,JpIleq. off Jntp! a, rest, area :;ahead one long main street IKS* BluefieJd and: ,Princeton. .Here,, we Friday and.. Saturday,. evening Tra.dltional mill outlet stores'but had-no 'hick: I,,'he herd of pur car. Neither, Nancyper
'ter f Memorial and see his work'l'cllnitx-d
't118.t are for sale in the Tower Gift the picnic lunch from the ,town we came upon a filling station1j 'I'upon row of always filled with ling and banjo! plcWnaL"sp'len1" 1a4td'I visited with Mrs, Mamie' Flem ,close before?. we reach out to
barked tf T yJM
did dulcimer > '
Siop. I scotch cooler in the shade of a tree j !ded by a gent holding a looki loaded coal Cllrs"rlt .plagued us' { nn'ouirar'at4io's' Mayer of fine''ling who was dietician'at the Colonial grasp the"pot of gold..that surely

;4 When we drove: up to their pretty The egg-olIwBdad, cheese spread! !;Ilog glass In one hand and trimming [from Big Walker on. sor' for 6 number Mrs.I ;.must': be anglng.n each end and
I for <> c'H, ''" s"hu' Friday till 1|I ,
home next: door to the shop Mrfv I pickles ,,aVtd./aickenf uted fine-.( 'hair,with the' other.He desisted the'sway ,I At Princeton we stcpoed gas. day is West Virginia\ Belles: Day I I Fleming was happy 'fo''have 'us''!i,Quicker than A cat can blink his eye

Copeland came running out to gretr'" We friad$''lMnt, tefyXvlth .water long enoughto* direct us back There we, take the W. VINlniaTurnpike |I the phenomenon Is gone. We've ridden -
us but we could tell she 'was not I,out of our Clorox j jug which I had we'd come to'the traffic light I --- a tall road sometimes Thelma Boltln .rod the pleasure., :of bring, news of her friends In the t]|I cut of the rain but another

expecting us," C. M. said. "You I put in the freezer to freeze. There Down the 'hilly street to the left three laned but routinely two. The Introducing and intetvielvsnv! 23'Mrs.I area. Now In' her' 80's and blind I'[i band looms ahead. Surely this time !1 1I

were coming tomorrow j" She'd,
Ijeen making blackberry jelly all !lert was flneM: C. patches bought i,groom left for us. Baths-supper, and rood time for the first time that three score years and ten Qr more but would love *to''.,be tack in II]I "Now entering Suwannee Forest"

afternoon and though she was hot )I earlier Reftese1, wijislid'down]i bed do wonders for travelers. I day and In nO time we were payingthe end garbed !in old fashioned d attire ,.I White Springs. | says the road sign sweet harI -

and dishevelled she made,'us welI I the bank mtt&'ri\> med our journey I In HillsviUe we gleaned a map toll of $3.95 and entering Char. Each represents her county; Six Night again overtook us before j jbimjer I of home! The rain has col
kick and and road information and leston. After a false start we get voting married women comprisethe we could find a' motel not completely
come. Her pot supper proved Soon "we crossed into N. C. at were up 'led: things off. How beautiful are,

that she and her two daughters are 2:05: were in and out of Charlotte. and on the road at 7.45 a.m. only.I through the city traffic and on the committee that arrange hous- tilled. Finally at Sumter I the pines, the cypresses, the moss,

adept culinary: queens. She, Nancy, At Kannapolis we stopped and shopped to learn later that time had changed road to qienville. ,West Virginia.I It''g for the,ladles, act as ch uffen. and after 9:30 p.m we succeeded.Up : the palmetos, the flat land, the '

and I had tun compering our process In a Cannon Towel Center. At' and we'd'lost an hour. The road want name the crooks and turns 1 chaperones and advisors. ;They at 4:30: and on the road by 5:00: straight road ahead.

as Jelly makers. Dorothy 4:00: p.m. we came off 185 onto N {wiggled like a "sarpint" up, down. '!the unincorporated com I1\\m tles. pl"n and Emcee the luncheon: at the ton and drove to Orangeburg.a.m. I My Aunt Clemmie mea '
makes preserved pumpkin, chips: C. State 52 en route to Wlnston-Sa- around and through beautiful mountains we passed through before we drove college Friday noon arrange for the We had breakfast at Summer blackeye pea for good luck. To be

Nancy's fame for her corn cob 'jelly hem ThfcrdiV* stopped for a thick -oh, so green: laurel, rhododendron into Glenville at 5:45: p.m., Thursday open house and tea at thet t home of I There we stopped at the country nearing the end of our happy journ

is well known' my speciality Is shake-refreshl !| ? mallows, ramble roses, June 18. On Main Street we a prominent Glenville Belle. They .home of a cousin to call home to ney is fruity! good luck. At 5:40 p.m.

watermelon rind pickles. We spent This Is prosperous country, fine honeysuckle all !in bloom are rampant spied the President of West Va. accompany their charges on the big 'say we were still beyond prod be- we crossed into' Horida. The bay

a happy evening) examining the t cattle grazed In lush fields. Tobacco. on the verdant hillsides. Folk Festival Assoc. a veritable horsedrawn hay wagon with hay yanst. A second?4cup.pf\ coffee, a trees are fragrant and In full bloom

w contents of the shop seeing him '.had just been planted. There was, Nancy gripped the steering wheel one woman steam engine, 'Fern for seats in the Saturday morning quick tour of tAo 'remodled farmhouse Woodpecker Route l Is mighty; pre-

I and his assistant titan carving: an heavy traffic on 52 into the city\and pinned( her eyes to the, road. Rollyson, high tailing It afoot toward parade. was a pleasure to boa oar- much conversation occupiedan ; tty. Home is Just a few minutes

\ owL He has many cases of rellques and it was HOT. We found our, Pretty little cabin homes some ofhas I the Country Store. She heard de rrmr hall and ride !in horse hour. My Aunt Oemmie and away.
of the twco: ects. Like he I Salem which I clapboard, some of brick nestle beside > last boo Chopped In and
past me, way Into OLD : ,our yoo drawn sleich on skate wheels at cousins gave me an'old cream sep- Thelma Ann ,Boltln
\, collects bottles) and gave me acme: 'been beautifully restoredSalem rushing mountain streams'. escorted us to our room for''the the head of the parade. \ .

f" There was so.much to Me and talk ''College borders: ;tree shaded, vii,/They are tacked up against rearing week-end'in the,home of Mr.; andEVERYTHING Fuch pl; "+* *"I".*'.a "rts at dusk ssH1.

s and goes on "11! tnl I<' to-ht o" the plat p icAnnolJncel11en't-s
s. r- -; I
-,;.. I form downtown. '41'p

Satumav\ arrrr i'Inah .n auction

HAS JC on the TMatf,", H""."" crowds of NOTICE .or' ELECTION: !'
ectatcrs nM WHCI--S Be It known that I. TOM ADAMS,
Back-to-School a dog Secretary of State of the SUt. of -
ahoy II 1! a popular feature!' as is the Florida, do herebr rlv notice that JOHN SAHfEI WALKER.
i fiddler's a GENERAL ELECTION will beheld Defendant
contest. held about sun- In Hamilton County Florida, on IN THE NAMR AND BY TilE
down. AU day sinning and dinneron Tuesday. next .ucc.ediog: the Oral AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FORDRESSES' Monday In November, A. D 11(4. FLORIDA
the Rrornds at the h'' ''rlc JobsTpmp'e the lahl Tuesday being the third day To: John Samuel Walker, whOi.r..ld..e. .
; nln' miles! out "f f tcnvtllebrln .f November to All the following and address la. unknown.A .
off Ice*t complaint having been
,. ..
: SALE OF th Fe 'lval to n cloe.: ; United Stale Senator filed In this Court agralnst you'the
i ; Seeing 4s be"evlp. clan to attend Representative In Congr.' for the relief therein sought being divorce.
Ninth Concreulonal District You are required to Answer said
the fine diflonMlv West,Va. State Three (I) Jiutlcei of the Supreme complaint oh or before September
i t Traditional SHIRTS Folk Fesflvpl at Glenville next Court. loup. 1, 1. and S 11, 1114 furnishing to C. A. Avrtett.
I One (1) Judge of the Dlntrlct. Courtof Jasper, Florida Plaintiffs Attorney,
f\ GOING Tune. Appeal for the First Appellate a copy thereof else decree pro eon-
FOR LASSES feeso wilt' he enterd .
t you.
r Ideally styled for young men on the go. Both spurt and drfttw We left the oHurch and the sinR- Governor WITNKSH my hand and the official -
; 1 TO CLASSES ; Ing early Burk In Glenvfll) we Secretary of State seal of this Court at Jasper FlorIda
comptrollerCnmrnluloner this 11th day <>August. .' D.
t vl shirts are from famoiM maker Short sleeve with contour bade our }r1It and the Rollysonsadieu of Agriculture 1914.SEAL.
Others 1 regretfully and started our Treasurer ( ) J. R. MILLER.
'1 from Cinderella, AttorneyGeneral.uprlntndent I Clerk Circuit Court of HamIlton
l' tourney homeward via Elkins, W. .
of Public- Instruction County, Florida I by I
Ring the back-U-whool' for tailoring for that neat trim look, Va. There we spent the night with Florida Public Utlllt .. Commission- Allc Jones Deputy Clerk.
t .r Aag, 14 tl tl. Hept. 4
mv friend of many years standing. State Attorney of th. Third Judlc- --- '"
t t: r 1: *v head of the class MlecHonn. Sport Shirts Lois Latham, professor of liters- gal.| circuit IV: CIRCUIT COURT,
Public Defender, Third Judicial Circuit THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
,New styles and old favorites In I IN: AND: FOR HAMILTON -
Reg. S4.00 Mate Senator Seventeenth Senator. COUNTY FLOR
gal Dlntrlrt. IDA. IN CHANCERY: .
many colors and fabric that are .I I One (1) Member of the House. of BF.9S1R M. BRIO liT :

'I ealt Representatives Plaintiff, ,
y to rare for.$2.88Uo$4.98. $2.99eu rY County Judge -.-
I. 1 of the Circuit Court .
4 Sheriff Defendant.
: 1 Tax Assessor TV TUB NAMR AND BY TIlE 1
: of Public FLORIDA; j
Dress Shirts hiIL11 l Instruction _TOi .....* Walker Rrlcht. ....... 4 t treel.
F, dl Supervisor of RegistrationThree ....* cad a...... I. .kBewm...
(i) Members of the .Board ofCounty swan *. sp.lalat
S kavlae ken ,
su.t :
; H
A Service Yew. Deetor llWMae Commissioners, Districts. lied .bs thin test against ,._. the
BOYS''Western Your Local Uedioil Society( .... tbe. I, S. and C. Pellet Cheep.,. aeugkt being diverse. I
hands JiedicalIa,_ Public Instruction, Plutrlrt t:>, you are repaired. te A. wer said
Two (I) Memberi of the Board of .
essplahi ea *r before .
$3.99f I I ee>ten ker
t : !< FAT-AND FEEDING asA In X. Testimony Whereof Ihave if. 1S.... f.n....... t. C. A. Avrlett. I
'f |I Jasper. Florida
I people hereunto set my hand PlaUtltr Atteraey,
Jeans : Some able to
appear tkereef
f and the flroat Seal of the I(:..e: else elerre pee en.
? consume unlimited quantities of State of Florida at Tails.. I will fc* entered against. ye*.
food without becoming obete. ha.se... the Capital. this _...wrrvRS my band ... the ."._ /
\ Other people mast be carefal thlrty.flrM. dar of M real ef this Crt e* "...... n.rJtl. .
about their caloric, to aroid A. n. U,.. th.1 I .this, 11th dsy ** Aug.ae. A. D. ,

Back to school l i in rugged style.. Jeanjj can take it FINALCLEARANCE putting on exes wei.hL ,, *y '.(,,$:EAI.) TOM ADAMft S' 'CTTRTAnTAUK. (SEAL J. R. MILLER
:r' Variation in food utilization t'at or IITATJI Clerk Circuit Court of HaJ
said to be doe to different. T, 14. It. ISTV I milton. Count, Florida. by
-boys- .can give it. : .< : ; degree of efficiency on the Aug.14 It AI.U... .ft."I.Jones 4. Deputy CUrfc' ;
I' part of the hormone and en- I" TTTK CWKT OF Tint: 1
I *ym systemTfceie' systems f'Ot'NTT JrnoF. i1AM. IN 'riff' COUNTY Jlmar.s
direct: food from the general > Fl/m M1iRT. J'If:' AND: FOR
: \ si; 1 .'j -ON- pool toward its ultimate fate tN n1'1' : ?' "Trdr.J nOBATRTO "AMn.TO COUNTY
where eventually it become nl' II ':"". ix RF..Th.: Fatate ., PRORATE. ,
sizes .10. 16 body protein, immediate fuel, I AM. rRF.f\TTORII ANT 11011. AI'or'ITI' a1Rvp'yT '
excreted waste, or fat PFTtJIOVS TIAVIVO CLAIMSAGAINST ..1k___ ..
R01a! Rtfvg'py. I
T and
::00 LADIES Students of the ivbject be. nr'-; W. A. :
j lieve these differences in mctab! : Ten and each. of yu are her*. IRTT.Deceased.. .
$3" olio by notified ant rqnlr 'ft present ,
2 efficiency are genetically: .7TIrf1' T0
!: ection.- lots of warm weather left. determined. The tendency for 'any.- .1'claims''.. n.and"..demand..... ls...whlrh...... 7 ALr' .DIT RSRAND PKRitTSU.HAX1VO : ,
pairMEN'S Still good se r ,,,
a children to follow in the pattern the *"'lIt" of ptVAU BK.vr. of their parents weight- l,,t... nf ssM. .r.oitnt",', 'ft the 'OU'I AOAINST'! RAID ESTATK- I
: You and
.. .. each<< of you '* hereby
wise 'is borne oat by recent In'' of TMmll'on County /' nntined and
"t his office In the rnnrt h" required to present any:
studies. A chili baa one chance ns claims and demands which
) 3 $4 $5 in tea of becoming obese if within said'! r.u"ST) *sal.ndar* *' 'APPWt: Florid, either ef ..n, may have against von.the or
GOLD CUPSOCKS : r both his parents are of normal tire of the ",.. puhllotlon front nt this the also F.itaU known of Roes Aarustne Rarnetl. I
> ;i\ weight and OM chance in two as Roes Raraett. Ross. A. I
notice Two ropls of each claim .
or Rarnett and R A. R"rnett. deresMed.ot .
< if one parent is oboe If bothparents demand shall be In writing and shall of aM. County te flu County
: Real Bargains in Dresses Originally are overweight, chance .tll" the place of residence and post Judre of Hamilton Co"nt., Florida. t
: r. .y are very good that be will be Office. address of the claimant, and ..t Ma office. In the court house ef
shall b* sworn t* by. the claimant said
fat county
at jKeper. Florida withIn
: Priced Much Higher
his agent .y attorn." and six (I'
< acrsmpan calendar months from hetime
;. ." Food Intake U eztss of physiologic ted l by a Sits* fee of flee dollar andsuch of the first f this
,l'fl need Is obviously and << claim or demand not M filed notice Fh etalnt' nr ld".tn... shall ,
; ,' :, Yf' logically: a cane of overweight shall b* veld. be .!I. writing' In duplicate' and shall
1 f- lint the for excessive Mildred VcMllUn. A. st. .. the xluro of residence and poe.
80% Orion. 20# Nylon I.. and the possibilities of Rxvntor of the !*.. Will office ..""......- of the pi.lmf>t. and
better and Tstamt of DFNAH hall he worn t* h. the I' 'Where ringing appetite .. control
BKST: 4ras 4. his agent' '' d any sticHHalm
-one size! fits all- : : ... ., t. ire not so apparent.' C. A. A yrl.tt. r dI1.:; not so* sled shall
( i R Ja.p.s. Florida he
\, : .: :. 1 Prnut oa..t.p .- AUIf. 14 II 15. Fop 4 ToJd .
..: Quality Actually weight .in a"Met begina with e.e. s'T.T71RwTiV a p&TtWC". ,
11. r F..trt9 ro' ha T a
'nrirV .
.1 $ .- .Kft ". ," .. '. the mother's evkJratxM of a IN CIRCUIT CtJJIlT. psi T.a.en..sl "f p.. as.n
J loud and proper attitnde toward THIRD JUtudlAt, C1HnriT. roeewe ".....t.. elsr. ..." :
J t' Costs Less! feeding.n this field the IN AND row HAM.IIVTON -a RM, w5M..i' ;
:, pair Ift' ,,.cfo' '' '' phyticka can have a stronjc .COUNTT, FIXRPlalntlTf. Theselt .snA R. 1.e tMnett
". :'; 0' IDA. IN t'HANCERr .--
; Uflvence naoUiMC the attttnd PAT.rc.-U WALKEC First nuMlcatloii. ; on Aug. tl ttl.An .
of a new mother toward feed *. ft It. ..."t. 4. It



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I Presbyterian Church..vPallbearera Mrs. Minnie Shiver left ed this year but thinks perhaps he
Mrs. ,
I Barbara Mrs. Bee Ehlert by jet Tuesday r twin
.' were: J. n. 1'1t.eD, Pearman, Mrs. Hilda Aldermen. morning for Michigan, for her[ not da so the coming year
Jim Coe, Kayo McGhin, Dr. Wade Ft 1 Mrs. Fennel used a color schemeof annual visit to her mother" Mrs. sae. .
MIT1UMESAIRS. l Norris, Pete Deas and Joe Oorbett i Haven orange with white zinnias Van Leuven. Jasper seems to be doing a little
Mitchell. from here garden r. homework. which we wouldn't be
: giving the late '! :
/ ,.. ." Rev. Edwin Montgomery, a for SLA summer atmosphere for this pleasant Mr. Bob 'Ehlert Joined about 18 i doing-If we were tI(tiny at'the tollgate '
mer pastor of the Jasper Presbyterian occssslon. other Florida',Editors for points in greeting tourists. Maybe when'
I Church: officiated. -: Col radJ. They' were the Invited we get all our improvements

.ESSIE L.' JACltSON Interment was In Evergreen September 17 is Constitution Daya guests of the government for an r repairs done they win make a
Cemetery.Reid Funeral Home was nag flying day. beaten
Funeral services for Mrs. EssieL. Inspection tour of defense centers path our way. To be the
.. Jackson. 78, who died Saturday,in charge of the arrangements. IpVlsl.ltr..s n.or.k4041 Key September wrote the 13,1813'1 Star Francis Scott ban- acquainting! them with precautions :best groomed town-no ugly trash
afternoon after an extended illness,"} P-CfMA. Spangled that are being taken for Americas .to sweep under-will give UK an
were held Monday at 3:00: RICHARD CYLE -I! ner. 16 British warships bombarded safety. assurance of respect-come tourists
the Eastside Baptist Church. Inter-inl Graveside services for RichardCy1e HAMILTON COUNTY but they are not received that way. Ft Mcllenry. Key watched from an sea. A or no.
Pitunan, infant eon of Mr. and J I Formed by Presidential decreeon .They are meaningful to the 're- American Juanlta .
ment followed In Memorial Cemetery sloop.S. Padgett Col. and Mrs. C
j Mrs. Richard Pittman were held I Dec. 26, 1827 by Andrew Jackson dyer and appreciated.
with Brannon Funeral Home 'I A. Avrlett. and Mrs. Mary Miller "One Heart One Way" .is a fascinating .-
in charge of arrangements. lH u6| SS'8nv ,3unuoui bps 1\L and named for Alexander It makes good reading in Septem :of Live Oak attended the State novel by Lillian Budd. It
Mrs. Jackson was born in Harnil- ,Cemetery near Jasper. lMer-|Hamilton.It The little Christmas( kits from the ber Friends (Chevrolet publication) Democratic meeting ,In BradentonIn Is a story.of sorority life and Ideals
,meat followed in Hebron Cemetery I I was created out of the eastern American Legion brought tears to i I In 1931 Congress designated It the .
ton County Lake In July.Mrs. -good reading, for
moving to especially the
I O City Survivors besides the parents Include ,part of Leon County. Madison and eyes when It came our time to get official national anthem. The musicis .
early life where she resided since. ".I' ''', ,.* college bound.
the Mr. and created |
grandparents Jefferson the
: being one.
same ? .
She, was married to .the late Ben. that of a then popular song "To Juanita Padgett, Mrs. Elbe m
llrs. Carroll Pittman and Mr. and 'time ((14th of those in existence
now I Anacreon abeth The pinecone lily Is a curiosity In
in Barrett and Miss
Heaven" John Haze
by stat )
W. Jackson. She was a; charter j Mrs. ,Walter Daniels aH of Jasper. I I Area ...; 323,585 crei.In La Art Nouvessa (the new art) is 1[ Mrs. Norwood's garden. The bloom
ford Smith Knapp spent ,the
member of Eastside weekend \.At\ ,
the Baptist Rev. Glenn Pridgen of the Church' 1823 The, U. S. table: of Post making a come bade. In 1894 it was Is like
Church. c rf God officiated i i Mrs. Mrs. Lena returned last :Miss Judy Small. who had been little white flowers popping out a
Surviving are one sister
Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was 4I week from
Minnie Mobley of Lake City. Two 4 n I charge. II!|given, probably Daniel Bell probably full lines came In several decades. and to a trip to Houston Texas visiting i In Atlanta.. few at the time. But the leaves of
brothers, George D. EbUnon, Lake Arkansas for a weeks vacs .t. the lily grow very large, similarto
.1I the site at that time. I
I county The newar now Is in revolt
..1 |I floe with her
and daughter Mrs Caro Mr. and Mrs. Graceof,Samson.AJabam elephantears.a
Qty E. A. Eatmon of Jasper: ,
1 ELMA DEAS The next county site was "Wall- against abstract. "
'I Ilea Wells .
A host of nieces and nephews also: Funeral services for Elma Deas, burg" The name of which,was changed .But we need. ,not be too quick and family t *, were guests.recently of .
survive 61, were held Friday Aug. 21 In the. to "Jasper" when the town was oust everything. Be cautious'1 is 10'' Charles and tarf1yn Tompkin 1 their: daughter' .Mrs.. Bill Kyser. Robert and Jewel' Southat ,and
.' -- '.First Baptist Church.j 1 incorporated Feb.. 28, 1840. good slogan. Everything has and daughtersrfehcea'end young Ellen have been spending a
lIRa ROSA COX I Kristy Mr. and Mrs. Claude Home from :week here wkh her mother, Mrs.
I j Mr. Deas, a resident of Jasper j Isn't this what we were talking: day. are leaving
Funeral services,. for Mrs: Rosa,,' was fatally' Injured in 'an automo- about Friday for Mllford across the river, were In town Mom ,Southall.! We understand they like

Cox.8.(tormer.'reaident Of Echola(vbile- accident August, ,16 in Wau-'_ ,James S. Bell Introduced,ln-the!rf The vaarerd"A';.Nouveau**.dates Mrs.Michigan""Varr and Louven there.and about !to.visit layjmornjng.six They are plops now ;their home:In Tarpon ,very much. .
aunts and -the
County were held J Sunday August 23 back ,in. chUdren'ome far
.chulaFlorida.I legislature /oUowing from,1952. Among our own friendsit uncle '
and cousins aplenty, .i way nearer. Claude farm.wuUnpAMNuW (Continued on rllC- ,'I)
Bothers -
in the Chapel l' of Reid Funeral |I Mr. Deas wu parts manager. for' 1833. .is teen k -the French'Provinces k- I

I torn*!.; MM:,Cox| died, ,Saturday' ( the Chevrolet Motor Co.; in Jasper.1 NA\1GA.nON. ON THE In,contrJSt.Co. the grim stark formless &- ""..}- -"' .3..A ""t..tt- ... _-':- rD J )
morning ;"at her home in Jasper. for many years. 1VLE.'JAN.'II, IllS expression:! of much abstractart -
She is surviVed."' four daughters f j I I He Is survived by his! wife; Mrs.' ''Where as the 8UWAN:1 and yet 'Hutfi C. :Wakefleld'of .
G.rQv'e"p..dIett" .of Jasper: Blanche Deas'of Jasper:One daughter only stream of Im I the Victoria and Albert Museum In
Mrs Uzzie" Ilearde son and Mrs. Mrs: John Adicks( of Live Oak. of Florida where it
big that part : London says it. Is Just the cyclical ,
Etta 'WtWama.tIotboStatenVU1e.: ; I One grandson. Two sisters: Mrs. is situated and affoards the natural'I rythm) in art taste. (Better the rea- : Notice Farmers
and Mrs. Miner ,rBeU Padgett of Carl 'Smith of Jennings and Mrs. and only convenient outlet avery son to 1'0'ow.' I I .
Fargo. Three' son Jame and I Edgar1 MathU of Jacksonville. extensive district of country . 4 i

I Frank Co both'of Kotnervilie aid Mrs. Nell Rhoden was organist extending( for many miles on each I The first U. S. Juvenile court was : t
Edgar Cox, of StatenvJlle." t I I for, the service.: Pallbearers were side of it and much of it posesses established' In'Illllnola in 1899 on) 4 '
:n Mr.' 'and Mrs. Clinton Zlpptrer Charlie Rhoden, Oscar Joiner, great fertility; but which is renderedof the theory that the governmentmust We Will I Start Buying
e; sang two ,song-"Amazing: Gr ee"/]'Gene Adicks, Windrow< Wise, Den comparatively small value because protect children whose parents .
.'.'. and "No Tears In Heaven." ,;Sandlin and Alvin Brown. obstructions at the outlet of' fall'' themVrehabititating ,rather -:. ,of '
Rev.: Ollie Famum assisted by Rev. Sayre Canova, pastor of said river;and small obstructions than lQ1ah ng.
Rev. Earl Deal officiated.. ;First Baptist officiated. Intermentwas at other points thereof.: I I'I . New '
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Active Pallbearers were: Harold ;< in Evergreen Cemetery with' Therefore! Mr, and Mrs. Herman Green and

Hlghsmith.( Jerry Smith Pete Milj j Harry T. Reid Funeral Home in Be It resolved! that our delegate f[1: daughters of Jacksonville were .
tee, Crawford Petty, Ernest Harvey d,charge. In Congress be requested to use his''(overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. i

and Roy McDaniel.. I .Jr''best exertions to obtainan Jesse J. Milton recently., ,
Interment.was in=Hebron Cenietery ,.. .. MRS. CHELSIEKEENE ..:.'[riation to improve the Mr. and Mrs:;: Jesse Milton spent I
.' with Harry T. Reid Funeral Mrs. Che'lsie Keene, 64, Resident river of Suwannee. approp.j'Sunday in Jacksonville. There ,1 I MONDAY 31st
Home in charge
.. 'I]her homo In J al tr. I j I patient! In St Vincents. hospital.
CLAHE.VCE CLIFTON MrOAIX. | Survivors include two sons; ColnCarroll Mr. and Mrs. Art Parker of Los I 1 . I
Funeral services for Clarence ( Keene of Palm Dale, Flash Angeles have returned home after J Lt. Jack Biddle and Mrs. Biddle .
Clifton ,McCall Sr.. 83, a residentof Three' sisters; Mrs. Dewey Fennell I Ie spending a week with Mr. end Mrs I;i 'who have been stationed at El!, & *
Jasper were held Sunday August|II 23 in Evergreen Cemetery in Jasper 'I of Jasper am Mrs. Millie Friar ,sister and husband During the I base! at Glenview, Illinois 1, .
/ Mr. McCall died Saturday, in j I I''of Arcadia Fla. Two brothers: ; week Mr and 'Mrs. Melvin Hebert . \\0
Hamilton Memorial Hospital. |]Brown'W I\of Jasper and Willie 'of Jacksonville came over to see I Mrs. Dorothy Fennel entertained |! J.A. Mitchell "Milling Co.
Survivors include his wife, Mar 'Willis'V Arcadia; Florida. |them. It was' a holiday for all. at a luncheon Tuesday for a group I Ie ]I I
garet McCall of Jasper. Two daugh Funeral 'services will be held There was fishing aplenty a .of e friends. They had Just completedthe :
ters: Miss Peggy McCall! of Jasper Thursday'' 3.00: p.m. In the chapel:'1 tour of Stephen Foster and other |i county wide pre-planning con '
and Mrs. Charles B., Verdery of Telephone
Atlanta. Two sons: c.. C. McCall. Interment ,will be in New Hope I family visiting. Elementsry'achool: Jasper

Jr. of Victoria Texas and W. W. 'Cemetery' near Jasper. .. -. 'I. Her iUest: ts'were friends of.longstanding ,
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ti McCall of San Francisco, Calif? Harry_,,T.,.Held Funeral Home of I Get well cards'from organbatJ I with'a,close school'%sso6latlon : .". It., ,. ..1. ._ *l" \
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'II" ,. "L You1z9Home/ more frequently, they buy more your BURNHAMNElWS% With \ and they".Uiy fad Items that- vary I When'adding: to your wardrobe r I SCMOdL AND'COMMOlSf-
By LOIS ZIPPERF:1t.: Demonstration from' school to school. ,always buy new garments or: accesaotiea : to'request cost tfsharlni
Also they buy clothing on' tnvxilse wtdch"cart'be.worn 'with mpraclJees j ...
I. Mrs. Hertert Blount and children frequently and'they are not ,clothing you alreadyhave' / By I for fall; are JTYNEWS
Mrs. Joe Sneak and children of Agent nerally'"quaUty conscious. suits, Jackets,, blouses sweaters, to com V the ASCS of '
AUanta and Mr; and.Mra.: EartlssDeaa i iPt'Olr ii Youngsters learn how 10' buy skirts'and slacks which can be trad flee tit September 4, 1964 and make .;.Mert.;Jerry_Jadwon Fatuity{(Sir.E t s
and children'' Sanford North I :k>thlng only by experience.: You ed about'you need never eel that i Abode. ,Pria., Mn.. _W., Tracy,
Caollna 'spent sometime recently i can help your teenagers lolearn\, your:wardrobe is limited request. Assistant Prln. and Jlth grade Mrs.C. .
with their mother'and grandmother t to: recognize signs of'quality"and to "A,, Marge wardrobe;, f.f.Hd ,with Complete list of practices: I Is avail Wright, first grade. Mr*.' A.
Mn. Jimmie Deat anallze their"clothing'needs and '' I able at the ASCS office. Practices .
'orpiana'that can't.bc'\v together Mra. W. D.dandy
Cobbs second grade
,'. than being at ease with yoiirself.Balzac. roblems. I include treating gullies, planting!
can make you feel you have I third grade Mra. A. Sea LOANS
winter cover' FARM
planting vow
with them, pasture GBT
Discuss clothing fads not 'a' thing to wear"-regardless .
"" .. and consider whether the fad really of how much you paid for them. crops and spreading dolomite.to borne-:4th grade, Mb,V. Jackaon: .. _
Nothing is a greater impediment tits[ Into their clothing:picture. Does If she chooses the proper style 6th grade SUM )I.' Jefferson Ills
to being on good'terms with others |I i It add to the usefulness of their for her figure, almost any women 1 grade and Mr. I. Udell Mia grade. -... 4"
'i wardrobe How long will the fad can wear separate skirts and cut apparent het&ht'J'd', while add to ..The faculty has worked bard for .-=- -, -
overblouses some
Mr. and Mn. Harlon Burnham be popular? All too often, fads are blouses. width and
and family and Mrs 'Joel Selph nort-uVed and Just tied up money' The woman'with large hips times concealing figure several .days .In .a Ounty-wlde CONTACT
and daughter Pamela spent'Satur! HELPLYo TEENAGERS that could be spent more advantage should avoid both tight very.fitting and Mica, may emphasize size 1rreiUlar-1 Workshop at J. R. E. Lee high :
hemlines at
;. day at Kingsley Lake. BUY CLOTHES ouly. very full skirts because she usually their come* a' School.... Thin workshop gives the Henry D.
> Ternager'toy more elothes than In early buying experiences, :Jlelp looks better In skirts with an part of the body I full understanding of: the "New" r. .
I'r Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston any other age group of customers Good taste In clothing develops\ easy fit and a' moderate flare. Regardless cf your size or shape [Elementary School Mathconatics VICKERSJasper
in the United States They buy of and wool skirts should be lined in orderto I
pent the weekend in Tallahassee atlon Interms becomlngness Pressed pleats are more slender and techniques of teaching it. Mrs. '
with their daughter Gertrude McCul them to consider each wardrobe aoV prevent stretching the loosely! Florida
zing than and
impressed one they Suwannee-iuver.
lough.Mrf. gradually aud'teenager's'need help 'woven materials across hips 'or I I McKl ney of College
illusion of Finn fabrics
. night and Sunday with their parents usefulness. '' 'hi an height. the kneel, ,Madison Florida taught many Telephone 792-6921
. and Mr Herbe/f Alderman Mr. and Mrs Joe'Sullivan. teem tdso need'lo con greyed'coloes Are most new to the"New" math t
Young ?iet ; slenderizing; '-no".bulky fabrics In HOUSEHOLD HINT: Dry Cleanlntya"'washable ; approaches 483lr :'
and children of Charleston South Isaac ,shiver.J :'of! JVrndina is alder'how long:they'll be'irble't&growin plaids;, dps1dbJ: avoided'by.'the,' .fabric the first few The faculty will spend;three,;days Res. 792
l' Carolina...spent acne 'pare with spending several days this week weart a garment! ; :Whllet they: ;;air! MmaJhI1I does,hoffcish to emph time will lengthenits; life: and help at the'home'school; working on the
: their, parents and' grandparents Mr with his:parents Mr"and Mrs.. ;fast;.It Jsat Mae to"'spend aslze,her .flgur.t;' and Mrs. ,Cordon Alderman last latge.aum9'oaelctbes and acces: *' $ It.t.
Isaac ShIVer Sri 8IItR th.aidrta gar tirhe> comrniftea reports, plansrfor '
week. .. .. ._ ., > aortas they. *S *rwasbibr. -.-shod : "'. 1 1f.Ji ,
.: Mrs. JW.Skeen'and' daughter time. 'J 'Vrs > A t the year, cumulative! ) jojders( records -
Mrs. Minnie Saturday Jane .' 'some1 time't\ ; /County pdiciea,44tmcL.police :
Waters spent are, spending
and Sunday' Jacksonllle with Atlanta with'('heir al r.ms'Aunt how Try they to help will.spend teenagers.thein to clothing plan ITS EASY;TO TlADEiTH'USJPontiac ? ';' *, _.arraiM' 1 furniture and equipment -: )' RC t 1
her-,children.;She ala attended her Mr. and Mr:*, D.iU valtaV {nake requisition granddaughter's Judy Water's. wedding ". ..i j *. dollars.Impulse They purchases tnuit'feam'too'th0t r deprive' j tW Asti '1ZEffJi i K 3Mt T OiG7f Ifla. Accreditation. },Rq ort, Lesson
,here. Saturday. Mr. and lrs." sareU Ourmlng- other fajnfiy members may"of things' '.' ; ; !1ft., .f lai*:b okf,.calepaav-of events S
:" : f9l jty) year andTtJessiona)! )'bnn -
I hams of Arcadia visited Bumell's need. "Hcoofb&ATioi .' TRADES mrWAY '(r J :;
6ar-ard) and RiuIne Sullivan and parents Mr. rid'Mrs, Lewis=Cningham un- that they realty "... J1U&UIC .3 ,,1.96f Tlmprovement
children of ifacon/: :'Saturday'. over/tfi'y"t.;: %\. nJ ?.' i limit TO --:Tempest Cadillac A* project, School will
*. i_ .*__.*._' ,,;";. '/.i..::J .- 1 ':T..7r .. A. VT&itlGEBf' WABDKOBE S::tf a.m, All students.who.Fan. :! dietouttotherchooleanregatpr
The'key l to etretcMr&g'your wardrobe Bring Your Title Clean Used:Car* 4 ? FrIday ;: -nII.r'
Is coordination n isn't necessary afterIxsS .
OTICE' OF PUBLIC! BEARING 1. to: spend a great: deal of ';; VALDO TA, GEORGIA .i .
coordinate Pa cmVcwrufwit: and'JSrfcg'JtourchfldhMtlothe
.' f: ,,nbn>. ;:l$5v ,. Q money for clothes :yotj ._... ..'f-.. Tta1 \ -' I 'dasooL Air stddents '
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cJl,, City q{.'Jasper* 'Florida, ha'pawed'oa'the:first 'brder YCAW:1IOuiiHu: 0fWedElln 'For'the: ,istSTin Parts and".-Service; t>: '

reading a proposed City Ordinance entitled follows .,t ,.. .. -.
: "An'Ordinance adopting a Fire Prevention Balers, -. kesMo'wers CutlersFord :

Code prescribing regulations governing : stationery 'J'

conditions hazardous \to life and property Tractors_ !! CornHarvestersEASY

from fire or explosion." '
and that a Public Hearing will be had and held upon Exquisitely r"'rmo"mil" kyY.ul : TERMS SEE.,i. .

'; the proposed Ordinance at the City Hall in Jasper ,
Florida at its regular meeting Tuesday evening. be ..prM..ysw Iwsir MtIoMry,_1ft MovtIIvIIt wr.d cl ;.=SUWANNEE VALtEY: '

September 8, 1964 at 7:30 o'clock at which the ,}-
: tom .. 'end yowl bt pUnnd .t the wmlbU price 1IICIde'poe I Ie ,:.
Public will be heard for or against 4hcjfinal passageof TRACTOR COMPANY
the said proposed ordinance and that final l passage by famous Coronet ih.rmagrorbto; '
Jasper Phone '792-6551
of said proposed ordinance will be considered at such s ....
time and place, and that the said ordinance has been .r. a .1 wz.: ....... 'Coping Cads. z ,_,.

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least one week: prior to the said,dateof the said public t' q ...... r "' -' NsIIIso : RIVER FRONT .LOTS .

1f 'Hearing. > .=. I''" ,
r Dated at Jasper, Florida this 24th,day of Au- 1J I.nII. Jsa '.. 4; FOR /l ;' '* '

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i ii 1 I A Foundation Of Local It Jrt
II it ihrVJTYmtJv/ COMMUNITY !J COURSE t. *" \

flJot/ c .F rS tjhcO$ DON I The Truth In An Age Of AND. ADULTS -j\
,. Missionary Baptist Churchesof Mr. and Mrs. Wj, T Shiver recently .Y'fI' % t jit'
-' '- Hamilton County will hold returned fro extended
.0 a. : man Jerry'Jackson la aping aUage boy
I studyjcourse beginning Monday Uncertainly vacation with their daughter and '
,! 6 "to 'beciome Scouts.
-18 Boys
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\ I /M/ ,..... .. w nite, August 31, thru September 4 : -f ... t< 4 husbantL;:;Mr and Mrs.: W. D. Dana <.
, I I'.J. HAVE to" J The1, study ,course will begin at 7:30; ": Seest thou these great Iniildidgshere by'' ofLancing'' Michigan. During, Please meet at, the' schol- Monday gAY,6 ButI.EB: ) : I
.: i ,' .' ',r; Lr ..) ;;J'\'v P.nL..ti1 .,,30 p.m., I shade left one.stone upon : their staj y they'spent:a weekend In: night,Aug.. 3I, at 5:00 p.nx All Interested f ; "j1'
: /" .tf ),', i '" ALL SIZES I The;,,study. ,course, will 'f-. e'heldat another that shall not be thrown Michtean/most historic spot* sum 1 Adults please meet with Mrs. Huldah'Oay of Jenrdagsartnounce
: the First Baptist Church In down.- "Heaven and earth shall. mer residence: Trf Michigan: governors the boys. In order to build a strong : the approaching wedding

Jasper. This course win be very In pals away; but my words shad ,' The famous! ':- 4ldfiac Island home, school church community: of her grandadughter Miss Linda
f OF \ \ formative for all ages end all persons I not pass away." Mark 13:2: 31. The where there are rb automobiles one county, state and nation we must Gay, to Mr. Harland Butler.
who are interested are urgedto thirteenth chapter Is Important in makes. all ,the tours by officials first help to build strong boys' and The wedding will take place in
attend. .the'study of the entire bock of Mark horse drawn carriages. They also girls. The Boy Scouts is the great the Missionery Baptist Church: in

L FILMS There will be a special course I lit makes prominent the service of made a trip across the busy Detroit eat Organization building Jennings Saturday September 5 at
: for teachers entitled. "When do'Quist, as the servant-son. Mark River and over Into Windsor, On-I hoed. Boy Scouts vital duties man-I' one o'clock p.m. A reception will
Teachers Teach". Rev. R. G. Keyesof .doesn't reveal the Lord as a teacher torio Canada. Their children made duty-to God and duty to follow In the Methodist church. .
r; : Bronaon will teach this chus. or king bur chiefly u the busy their entire visit a most Interest All friends and relatives are Invited "
;, The course for adults will be I(I earnest worker.. In this light; the ing 'and enjoyable affair: ADULT CLASSES AT I t .
I Also Polaroid taught by Bill Norris of Friendship '.writer records only] a part of the ----:.._- .
church entitled "Pun of the People] Olivet Discourse, but it would seem COMPANY A'PLENTY JERRY JACKSON !
.v.. FLASH BULBS ENLARGING Mia+Barbara Penmen win be that It Is recorded out of Christ's My"'my a't' the company: out at EVERY TIME A FOREST

i teacher for the Intermediate class' concern for his fellow servants the I Mrs Annie Hogans this past week. All persons Interested in eon: : RCgnuKE*

I 24-hour Developing, entitled "Life at it Best". I' asciples., Jesus,, knowing. what lay There were: Mr. and Mrs. John tinning: their education: High School
'* Rev. Herring of Jasper wfll teach In.the near.future; forewarns them Toth of Fort Lauderdale;,Fla. Mr. Diploma or Just learn to read YOU
1 4 ;; FILM SPECIAL the Junior',High Pupils',entitled I I,against what U to come to pass, and Mrs. Roy Thomas of Braden- and write come out to the school: *
; :Jenny,.,Penny and Kara.' A nursery that they might be.prepared for his ton Fla, Mr. and Mrs. HaywardTnomaa I Monday night August 31 at 7:31)pjn. : ) IEI.I

sizes l27or620' ]] c ,,will be provided for those.who 'service and that the/would be effective of Tampa, Fla., and Mrs.' .. There must be Education for ''n. ... YY'118iERWATCHFOR'
.2 o8,69 have small children. CetHflcates wltne.lles" him to their world freedom understanding.
W. T. Hogan and children of Jacksonville. : -
35 f''per' roll, or ,-. 'I. / "" '. the will study be;awarded carne thostt'completlnsJ world_ ,around them. > I If

THE JASPEK' NEW :" .. .,AU./.are.tnrgedto.ccaoeasdtat. *" The discples had,marveled at the I Mrs. Hogan has a large home and ,
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part. .* ","' serenifrphaauty: and spaceousnesa: etll7i('+' ''" having =' _
J .. I : I'
I, of IterodJTrmP; ;' How they'had

a. 1 grown:to love, cherish,' and even Mrs. O. II. Widener (Joann Far- ... "
worship its greatncssrln those daysas sum) flew down by Southern Airways I '
to our modern times, the disciples for a weeks visit with her an airplane ride with C. 1L and I I' .
measured the stability; of the parents* Rev. and Mrs Ohio Far mean his very first one. What 14,
world by the things around them. num. Of course there were the I I year old boy wouldn't like that?
; To these men the permanency of grandchildren.: Tony and Ltndie.
,the! acrid around'was representedin Then on Tuesday of last week C. (Miss. Ophelia Bryan of Jasper and: ,
Ihutihea; the size and strength of the tempi II. landed his private plane out at Mrs Winston Rogers of. Live Oak I .
THE JASPER NEWS : Ie. Jesus wanted his workers to be I Mr. Kennedy's landing*.strip and .left. Stnday93,for a tour, : In Europe

I'ivell ,versed In what they could ex-j visited until Friday at which time They will spend ftve;. av* In New I I ... .
METHODIST' CALVAXY smut carnal .' 'I Beet, v the children: returned to thtlr home York;:to. 'efekfer the lilf'ind some
f Jasper When he had predicted the tiestruction -j j Jin. Wlnston-Salem., N. 'UXi Broadway] Six xwrttries are I IJ' r ;TURNING CARS

1 'Enter Outlet*- rtest W.-Refers Pray"Pastors Sr.. ,,I Pas ..Fred Herring ,CAMS of the temple the disciplesImmediately'asked 'I';A special treat.for Ronnie, was included. fet t plans./ .. ,

; Prayer Sunday, Meeting School each e& Then Sunday, 2 8 Suthrdy; "c; f1;;..,;.0000411.: I I.. ..iII I''/to them this dark p
Worship Servlcea 2nd and 4th a.m.1 Morn ........ ';noo: 'a.m. gan to outline to these poor" fishermen act of the ,ressorectlon from the \:: LET) US HAVE YOUR

., Sundays at 11 a.JD. and at. S Training UjMai....:..,;.' : : some! ,of the things they,could I It |grave and ascension to the right

---- ibDisT- Evening ServW f..,..... : (expect to endure If they-were to be hand of the Father in Heaven, one ..
J&anR.I"DI8T" ,ME] I I I l" I Laundry and
return Dry CleaningSABP'StoftjNDjlY
Prayer Meeting Wed.. .. a:30op.m'j: ihls disciples. A threefold! questionIwafl day to again for his own.Our .
"The Friendly ChurcV v J We wish to thank each and everyone i asked. Christ had made the Job as.witnesses for him in

J N. E. BOOTH, Pastor Ri3Ali 1 U- who was so kind and good In. pmtk tlon .that not?''a sbone would this light,takes on > ttaw.lr&:ency "
ORDER OF SERVICE 1 ': ItI' he; Qlness and death of our belovedFather aa we realize with and 'DRY : ''I IIY'
;.T.he disciplesdid a new vitality
another. :
.... Betwom.iaeppr.etd Jennings be left Won) .
Bandar School ._ :US ] Jack: Zlpperer.. and we I his ; .
into' '
commission ( all
I' not doubt the Lord's prediction, 00 ye ,
Hernia Worship, ":".. 11:00: LE'fe1''on" i M on highway 41 ,want to thank: everyone for the the world and
.1 but they asked three questions about preach. "proclaim"the CLEANING SERVICE
I beautiful flowers and the '
:Sunday Moan Bible Study 10 toll many When shall these things Gospel.
*VICE3 It: ((1)
Worship Service. ........ U to 12 dishes of food that were brought. ,shall be the signs In the three
Janlor Fellowship 6:00 p..... May the Lord bleu, bet ((2) What coming: : weeks'we
Jr. High Fellowship .. ':00 p.m. Sunday evening Service: ...,.. 7:15 everyone of each and of thy coming? and ((3) What snail hope to discuss with you three Pickup and Delivery Service '
Youth Fellowship ;.... 9:00: PA. Wed. Evening: Bible Study .. 8:00 you.J.. T. Zipperer and be the end of the' age?, (Matt. 24: other truths from Mark: 13 with
Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Phone WES-2091 3) The first of these questions was next week's discussion titled "Dark .SATISFIED CUSTOMERS GUARANTEED
Youth S. <*1 tune SH)0) p.... FIRST BAPTIST'CHURCH familyTo answered and recorded In Luke 21: Prediction with a stiver, lining."

Wednesday Hour iSt Power 7:15 p.m Sfl er Canreva, Pastor.' our neighbors, and friends: 20-34. The second and thins quest. I Fred L. Henini\. : vary ALL CLOTHES INSURED ,

BETHEL' ritmnivE BAPTIST Sunday School at __.__.. 9:4t Please accept our heartfelt apprec-'ions are'clearly revealed In Mark I Baptist ...-. .... ..... ..
ation 13. ""'!
Bill Study.at'10 a.BV.eaea Sun.Cbureh'Serice Morning Worship ??.?. 11::00 a-m. for every kind word spoken '' The attention of the disciple had 1 .- 4___ .. _... II -' 1 V4 **. Training Union ........ 6:45: pm. and for 'every thoughtful deed I I
eaoh, Month \ .,.,..,....... .8.00: shown us during the very'unexpected been fixed upon the greatness''of '
Sundays < .
eeh SuadayElijerUM Eveninfa', ,dBsd.y
PBYE' 60 pjn., DeVaMe*. pastor : p.m. _. ,These are the things that sustain. would be crucified1 and he desired' .
I -- "-JASPER CHURCH T>P" GOD us In times,of sorrow.. ,. .l ]Ito point out to'thejn the fralllty<.of s
y J SPER r S TriRIAN: GLENN ,PIUDCEN, Pastor May the Lord bless each of you i the, temple and an temporal thingi 1 ud.

ChURCH SERVICE Sutitiay,.Soheot__'10X10 a.m ,for your thou f tfuIness. (on this earth that the disciples held I ,
The R WlMam W;van Zant HI Mornlnct.Wonhp! ,... 11:00: a.m. Mrs. C A. Ford A family so dear. Often we get our eyes oft
? .
"Monday. School --9:45 a. m. E..n1ne/\Vo.J.; 700; p.... V_ the,essential things of life and view 4 S ....
; Services >w,.._.-:'- lioo I .' Wednesday "- ,the seeming splendor around us. .
JASPER"ADVENT Prayer'Ifeetijur. 4";;_.... 740 .*L D.. l f Ifere-the disciples looked on the I
M :Y. Pi E. isjtii! >___ '7:80 p-n.. splendor 'of the temple. Somet.l1hel'
CHRISTIAN we find ourselves looking upon the

''Rev. Travis......carterl0 a.m. BUMlmAM' CHRISTIAN II splendor of our religion, of Christ- : ( ;
Sunday : '
,; Morning Service....... 11:00a.m. James Webb Pastor (lanky, of. our
J r Sunday Wednesday Night night Service: : .... ":30. p.m. Sunday School Service every, 11 a m.Sunday A T 10:01Cn1rcht PnxSecond : ,,have or\even us in of these self perilous accomplishment: : days to ? r

Chclr Practice: .....* !::30 p.m. 1 with the same pride exhibited by
Prayer Service: ...... 8:00 p.m. : and Fourth Sundays Did you know that in 1960 the apostles. I'm sure Jesus\vould
"' I Youth Fellowship 6: p.m. I leges, granted close to look to the tasftfthead. I'm sure IF YOUR RENT IS COSTING YOU $5C .. ,
t DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCHTrulett Every Sunday night! masters degrees? -In 1890 eol-I I have j
also, that God would us lay '
4! 'M. Comer Pastor. BRIGHT POND (JASPER) figure was only 70 tor the aside any weight and sin that wouldso .,TO: $75 OR MORE PER MONTH LET US :: "t.: .
10:00 am ........ Sondayschool: .. thatther e are four kinds of ] beset and the .
BAPTIST CHURCH easily us run '
...... Morning Worship SHOW YOU HOW MUCH HOME WE O'T :
t 11:00: a.m. odor? In a broad sense they before us. Not only should we run ;
................ .
8:00 2TvVg acid, burnt, fragrant and -\ i
p.m. are: 1
; linda School ... __ 10:Ofl'a.m. the race well, but we should run it ,I'e .
...... Evening Worship CAN BUILD FOR THE SAME MONEY ',
statistics .
7:00: pm. UorLing 5tnl(. ..__. 11:00 a.m. capryUc: That to win for Christ's glory. We need ...,
:Wednesday night PrayerMeeting Training Union .._..,.......... 8:30 show most home accidents happen the urgency instilled into us to spread
--'-",_ 730: .JD.: Evening Worship .?,._ 740 in the :kitchen (and we're the Good News. I believe that [

WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Midweek Prayer Service every not speaking snidely of cooking: we, as Christians,'' should pray for NOMONEYDOWNVH.;
Sunday School ___ 10:00 a.m. W'tdn6.lda at *80 p.m. mIscues) that urgency if wO,'do'not have it!
Sunday ...__ 9VJnPrayer : We will add another smell to ,
Y.T.E. If should with
NEW CHURCH we pray
)...tln<<.Thurs. 7:30 p.m Rev HOPE:N.-JkL BAPTIST RoweH, pastor the list ..ING. smell. For I supplications necessary until God grants cut IF WE BUILD ON YOUR LOT : ( '
freshest, cleanest
the '
you .l ;
WHITE SPRINGS Sunday School Sunday request. +
every | take all ; .
i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 10:30 a.m. have ever experienced The Cod News simply, but wonderfully How much rent are you paying each month? _" (* '. \ i" '
clothes to JASPER LAUNDRY :
J, L. McNeal pastor Preaching '11 dO a.m. ft 'I:30 p.m. yew that God has provided a $50? $65? $75 or more? Whatever rent you Free ,:
School. 10:00: a.m. Training Union __....._ 6:30 | jn. A CLEANERS f '
Sunday -- of salvation .for all mankind.He .
way pay you are buying a home for "
HOUSEHOLD someone .
Homing Service 11:00 a.m. Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at THIS WEEK'S 32 P ; .
1 .7:30 cleaning vac has provided this way through else-not for yourself and familyl I At the ag \
TralnfaiK Union 7:00) p.m. p.m.MISSIONARY __ HINT: Try your : ,
his Son Jesus Christ, that all who V
J entoaServices 8.00: pjn. uum bottles by'pouring In a end of 12 years you will have a nice bunch Catalog ,
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. J... ...,, FloridaJ. tablespoon of uncooked rice and will trust his already finished work of rent receipts but no house. .. ,
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH WC'{ Tlttsvyorth, Pastor a cup of warm water., Shake upon saved.the God cross gave of his!calvary Son the can authority WHAT $2.00 A DAY CAN BUY! WhateVer suitable Ideas for you may and'family,cost of a.' '
Pastor Rev. JUrry Goddard Sunday School ,._.... 10:00 well. yourself we Invite
a.m. V be'QUI'
to Saviour through the It seems hard to believe, but to that write for latest
Sunday School ..- 10:00 am. (Each Sunday) easy prove you to our catalog which illus'
(A class for every age group) Preaching Service Each Sunday at -- - -.-" ,...---,----:-- --.- only $50 a month, which Is less than $2.00 a trates'our 21 model homes, shows,floor plans,*
Worship Service __ 11:00: am. 11:00.. m. and 7:30 m. day lo$7,200In12years. $60 month and detail of
; p. ; a gives construction. There: is no-., -:
.. .. ,
. Youth' PASTOR'S Fellowship SCHEDULE 6:00 p.m. I Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday ".... for 12 years amounts to $8,640.$70 a month fort charge. or obligation for this booklet. You owe 4 .r .

r! I White Springs every Sunday at i at T:30 p.m. don"f 12 years amounts to $10,080.And so on Also,a It to yourself and family to find out how much

11:00 a. a. I FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST, CHURCH port of your monthly payments are tax deduct. home, you can get for the money you are now:
" Swift Creek each Third Sundayat Sunday School; J-jt,...... 10:00 anu iblel So. .. no matter how little you are paying paying for rent. W. have built over 100,000
3.00: p.m. ) |/ .... month for rent, that 12
Morning'JVor! ) 11:00 sum. per multiply by months homes throughout the country and they are our
FIRST HRH, rrahilngTJaion'di_". ISO PJB. and then multiply it by 12 years and the total best advertisement. Just mail the coupon or

STATENVILLE. GEORGIA I Evening Worship 7:30 pm.7:00Prayer is how much money you,will pay a landlord call at any one of the Jim Walter branches. .

Allen Broker, Pastor meeting. or pay for a home of your own I You will be shown every courtesy. ,
.. 10:00 d' "
Sunday : a.m. 1. '"

Worship Sundays Service_......:_.:..-._.'-,2nd 11:00 and ajn.4th 1 i OF COD 7arouftdZY" V f HOW MONEY 1 .,;;', :
Jr.'and. Sr. MYF Each Sunday at I ReV'ftrl.De... IN; 12 YEARS .
74)0) pjn.. Sunday Sehoo1i:.. + ,,,. 10:00: am. month .
[ $ per amounts to $ 7,200.00. K _
t '
Morning Woeshlp _. j
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at a : 11:00 a.m. with .our Gar 'r'
.y "
800 T nu Wednesday Ni ir*.. .,., 7:30 pjn. t $ 60 per month amounts to $ 8,640.00 .
MYF Social: .Hour, Each Thursday Prayer Service I{ 1 .. 1il,' ::1.t $ 70 per month amounts'to $10,080.00 I } ,
Y. P. E. ,Friday ,Night 7:30 ,. ; >>
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF ; ) ), :,$ 80 per month amounts to $11,520.00 .; .

THK.NAZARENEFacfl.. :: Florida JENNINGS.'CHURCH ASSEMBLY: OF COD SERVICE IS AN 1. ,; : '" $ 90 per month amounts to $12,960.00 '. ;)

Bert E Wheeler Sunday School each Sunday at ART WITH US! $100 per month amounts to $1 ,400OO ..fir :,
SUIda7'Scbool ...v... '10.00 AJ& 10:00: a. m. .. ;
Preaching Service ......UOO.A.JL Services Each Sunday morning '.'1''' .

r .Ereln! Service ........ 7:30 PM. and evening When need .
you top car care,
; : :
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:3: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ckm Waller) -p.",
r it usl I We'll handle]
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA to it I (tome. ., .. me a_
1' OOBPfTn MBMONABY free catalog. of hornet. .
D. W.
Kannon Pastor quickly, efficiently economically. fIeoM.w I
, j CHURCH t )
13AP1TST (Services Each ones OPIN r DAn A wear "
,Rev P: Me', A11eD. Pastor Sunday School T_Sunday 10:00) aja t Call npw for free pickup WOOIll OPIN 14 Mara A DAT .NaIM -- --
JO:-00 a.mv -Juntay School Morning Worship 11:00) 4 I )
a.m arid" I
.(esoppt) ;Sft1t'Sunday), Training Union ........_ 8:30 p.lI' delivery ,. "N' ,cri1' ,}
.Morning; .Seneca i Prayer ,Service. Jacksonville. Florida Ste'---
01:00 Wednesday at. 1 .
1:00 p.m-Training'Unko *7 30p.m.. 3281' West Beaver Street Telephone (orMlQhW., ,
,0 Jerry Smith'sPhone ...... .. I
p.m.'EvenJnc' Servlct at 7:00 p.m. Mr M c.ail Ie. c-o,.
11 .: ,: P. O. Boxj62(48 n ear h..1 w h..1. sl..r ..1.1... Ir
Prayer meeting Wed. at 700 p.m. ""WHITE 37RINGSCONGREGAT10MAh GULF STATION .t +h p, Phone 387 11141Palatka. ( I : =:= -. .... :
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warns. ,SPRINGS S. School each Sunday, 10:00 .... ., Florida I I':=_,. Ent.:?"" a, a. ......-. jV jVN
Rev. WflMan Van Zant THveaia Preaching service every tad and 792-3781 Jasper. t' P. O. Box 782 ra.bd Sw*mN,m r'-- 11J-

*' **rvfc. .7:31.: p. m. 4th Sunday aj Jl .... J;30 pat .. ... .!, Phone:. EA 5-597 1 !e------------- -- ..--

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Friday, August 28, '1964 c.Vin" THEf JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA I ;. PAGE SEVEN

| BULLARO REUNION I 1 for second. and white for thtrd. ,..
I CLASSIFIED ADS'. I 1t\ Blues Were Elaln Rozier. Ray : fJ.R.E. Lee Faculty
The Annual Bullard Family re- t I
'(Nell Burnett Fay Tanner; Rebecca Has New TeachersMembers
t I i union will be,held at the American E obPsYw. {} ''rrtge, Lillian Riley, Patricia Pad-
FOR RENT 2 bedroom VE-SAVE--SAVE t Legion Home in' White Springs
nished house- in' Jasper $35 >SaJ glass lined water beaten Florida on September 6, 196t. Picnic : ..,.......,. grit, Mary Odom. Bonnie' Sue Four lI of the faculty and per..
-- Jane ,
month. Ollie. Farnum 793-5406 ; 10 cu-ft.: Refrigerators $18 -1 t lunch will be served at 12:30: I.S: rti., aker Tyree ents of) students at the J.R.E. Lee
w.t.; 361 lb; Upright Freeezers p.m. ., continued from page S Deborah Allison, Paula Allison; Sue Jllunillfonll Jt.moralJlospi.tal High School will be entertained at
PICK-UP TRUCK ; 473 lb. Upngi.t! Freezers I! ,- Hillhouse, Susan Shaw, Sue Murphy a Tea Sunday evening August 39.
Be. In business for yourself ; 647-Ib. Upright Freezers MORGAlf: i.Y"WUNJON j Bobby Jean Padgett Vicky Paula Jews from six p.m. until seven p.m. at
ling on farmers, nurseries, & ; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost f r l Selma Rutledge cheery" "GoodMorning" and Wesley Jane Webb. I the J.R.E. Lee High School.
rator with 91-lb.. Freeze i Reds were Judy Harvey RayNell .
owners, homeowners. hotels, The Morgan'Family Reunion will rode the airwaves rightto School opens officially August 31
w.t. 5-year warranty, at be held at Prospect Church September I I me, as I called Wednesday morning Burnett flay Tammer, Debbie
tels, etc. Complete set up I PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW at eight o'clock a.m. Among the
I Lillian ,
training sales aids furnished. Radio Service call 792- I. 6. Everybody" : come bring a to ak about her recent guests. Smith. Kathie Dedge Riley I members of the faculty are seven
vesement of $800 required, Jasper. tfc I basket lunch and lets have a good She said yes, the boys had all been Sheila Alderman Gall Williams, Russell Rhoden r {new Instructors as follows:

by inventory. VTID return 30% FRIER MUSIC COMPANY day together home except Charles who Is In Cal Janice Valery Simmons Pautz, Sandra, Sue Tollhouse Stormant., Lanler Hyers I Miss Frances L. Dawson of Bir-

fit with annual income in $ Live Oak, Florida for aU your I ifornia. San Joe Mitchell imlngham, Alabama Bachelor of
brake Can be handled part I needs from organs and r SMITH REUNION Ernest David with Mrs. Rutledgeand dra Sherry ZIpperer Andrews, Wynona Susan Shaw Hammond, Mrs. Jo Coe .$, I Arts degree In Health and Physical
item since to records and record play. their six children came from .
Repeat sale proven |Education. Miles College.
i The Wilder Smith Reunion will Dianne Hunter Alma Hammond, Carl
Farming .background helpful.. I tfc Albuquerque New Mexico. John, .Newborn. I j Miss Nellie JkUrZacker&tbaeft-
> General ... .... -, be.held.at the fiUaville SlatPark who ls""coachaV Branson' and has""Vlcky/Pautx. 'Wesley Jane WeMTI r- Mrs.. t3l&1\che f Deas ) '
detail write Manager
i Sunday September all friends and I White Ribbons Lillian Riley, or Arts degree in English!: and
1105, Winter Carden Fla. repair all types T. V. and relatives are Invited to be there to family been for'ten and Jam'ei years stationed, came with In Pan his Darlene Smith, Marsha Hall Gall Mack Henderson/' ; ( u ... I Speech, Albany State College Albanjv -
Albert Norwood -
Also SmaU appliances. Man [enjoy the day together Webb. Rita Sheen Katrina Storm. Georgia.
,,\. HAVE OPENING. Radio Service, Jasper 792- Sec. Irene Wheeler ama City 'with his-a happy, ant, Alice Fay Fry, Janet Cook, Lisa Jackson j '/', /l h." Matthew Phillips, Bachelor, ( Scl
Have opening for man 25 tic reunion. Sharon Sapp Sue tollhouse, Sherry Jeanette Arline (col.) .t, \ 'fence Degree In Science Education,
neat,t and i clean in personal; I asked abouf Judge Rutledge Ada New- Arthur YOMSB\ (eoIjl+ '//, Port: Valley State College Georgia
REUNION Susan' Shaw,
who is interested in income of FOR KALE IN JASPER, \who Is confined to his bed. i JAndreWSo. Roebuck Myra Sue \\ \: .I"\H1! ( \ '\ ..., I St. C. Coffee .Bachelor of Science
$600.00 month. Car .. $2,000. See W. L. Bryan, 'The' Johnson family reunion" will I Mrs. Ruuedge, still'In her pleasant SmIth Sandra ZlppmrY Wynona PATIENTS" IARGD : tr 'degree I in Social Studies. CtrUflc-

Home every ,pight..Oompany 1 or.Robert Ehlen,792-4491. be held Sept. 6, at the home of Mr. way, said, hd'was getting'along' Linda Morgan; and Vic ,. t 'rate In 'Guidance. and Counseling.
Real, Broken.G tfir Hammond FROM IIOSP
Estate nicely. mi:
years in business.: ? ..Maybe you '.": '- ; '..,. and Mrs. Gelon Cheshire. '. Pautz. .. (I..I I'I'o. |Fort Valley State College, Georgia.
:; # ;, / ., ifj ? ky; Rauut4 V !L ,
jualify. For personal \ Every one come end bring a well I C. 'I 1 Ronald Williams, Florida AftM
f pit at Alapahat I i .The, .4-H-Camjfat LAke'was
tW. Cherry
your area, write Mr. ::.rt eitdur ""' NoV'serving filled basket-andenjoy's good old Former- Scoutmaster Lennard: Shirley Slngletary (col. I i University Tallahassee, Industrial
O. BoxeSTptWnJliston! Fla. chicken- and smoked I time visit with friends and.relatives : the scene cfta district meeting Register was guest speaker at the Mrs. Rena,S including.
:-Hamilton. Lafayette- \
"I Father-Son banquet hi Valdosta on Mrs. Anna Shiver .. f PauT W. Green,-Machek>r of ScU
.t" ,. '. Route 41 north of.Jasper., wannee counties 162 were in at the ,, .'i ."i"j. > .
Tuesday evening&uepst, 25-at Dewey }Jenge'. decree'uVHeanh: and Phy'sl.teal
) .. : delicious! tfc tendance 16 girl and 13.. from I .. M 1M. "
oys : .
HELP Man over __ First BapUM'Oiufchn.Eagle : ,:at t r! :Idtkatian, Lane' ajllefeey.Jack'son. -
and said ,be -
A. Hamilton
{It was to
: t,Scout''DinvWehe.rlngtonaccompankti | <<: il eddle tiVOdis' Tennessee j r*! .'J-
Vacancy In Nti 1.mllton Co. ,or ; LOSE WEIGHT the best camp ever, Hamilton had,,
per Jjt'R wlelg1 dealer.;'Full safer with J>ex-A the the :'lnnA.rtr aad! was Introduced Henderson .\-i}: >Eugene Th6mailJiWr.o cbrlntek4a.elj -
ASlo'A weight ; highest number. Jo pass M rarJrfne'Scout and Sdeil e rl.:. ....j
preferred. Will consider Tablets. a 1 .1} ft' Ii! f 1.- .In MtJe,
0nly.98c'aO''OIII' drug I swim test. ,. .a.if A j
earning : 1 l rep member, pf,Troop! 98 ,of Jasper. .. ; ..J, ... > ..oJo mall coq? .
part-timer. Many now I .
hour and .See Mrs'K .:.w S11C 1 1I I lIew.Arrivals : There were clause .In /food, nutrition . .Trrsrrr\ .' ooonnnaaa, (c.b: :, : i ''
per up. In crafts. ,nd recreation. In We don't get news about the. .: ,. ,, tt '' ".' "- '
Howe 101 Shelby St., Live HOUSE FOR.'SALE' : 1 ..1 ?
I crafts the making of cow horns was Jasper Scouts for'some time now.!, !I ..[ -
W1elgb 1 +*A': 15t11I9') 'r'oom" house 6 'acres\.( --" -
)11) ) '
r.ir.4.l1-: 1"" I ; BABY. DEASMr I a.popular class.;"' : ? Ja|*r* has a long Unto Eaglestouts'and ; "" '" .
a/ e n: .. ,t a'boritbUee: mile ;, East of Jas.1 .. -< 1 Miss Barbara-iHendrlck went to!I the records'ttey' made ,, .. ..
Teeleephohe 792-5562 and htr.. Santa Dess are the ... .F" : ..
the 4-H tramp as leaderShe 'C't"o.
fOR 8.uz.1 ek-ctrtc gallon proud parents of a baby girl born herself came upr a.'H'er and is j;, 't! d m ve ., ,, .
ice cream churn 1 .large exh FARMERS .1 I August 25. The ,Httl* lady. weighs 'thoroughly Bold-ton' the 'work. !{I a&kea Lftinartt Register/ )ale njeja1 ;' "V.-
window; fan. 938-2331. 1 8 ibs.-.and three and three quarters An Impressive ceremony of the !:, ''list b heV &tefiodUts.'and'theirpresent : "
for. your farm. opera. ounces.' 4-H Camp at Cherry Lake was the whereabouts. I AII' .
LOT FOR SALE.1 Excellenl ': J B f9A-bllfcoSt.< Terms morning and evening raising and'' . r ,. :- "
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convenient location in Jasper.; fit yotir needs. Loans up to NEW ARRIVAL lowering of the flag. Three young I I Bill Reid, son of Carter and Annie J < h .
been priced at $UOO. Make years. Can North Florida Pro- I his basic j
Albert people in turn ateach ceremony Mae Reid taking
Mr. ,and; Irs. Deas are -
ialei: ction Credhf fvksn. S. Ohio Ave ; i I Your :
quick L.
offer for W .
proudly announcinng the arrival Of,1, read the scripture/ had the prayer j I: training at Lackland Air f
792-4351 or Robert Ehlert, Oak. Tel 362-2588 and a talk. We understand It Base, San Antonio Texas. Force
a .batiy daughlsr...born August 13 \ gave
Registered Real Estate roke j I j I.. . t
.. L I in Pineview General Hospital. The was a different young group each
little lady weighed 6 Ibs 13% oz's. time. Ie i, Mrs. Teresa Blodgett accompanied -I
HOUSE FOR RENT ) PrilitingNeed
or Georgia Plate Glass Co. and has been given the name Debbie { There were two Honor: Cabins at her an-Iolaw and daughter; ,,
day, week, month. I
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.Store '''Frost.Stirrers Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Deas camp for those, who passed the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lane and son I' ,
MoteL KeallTcred have one other child. highest test In table and cabin Inspection and daughter Carl and Carol, to I i
I .Tub Enclosures, Showers and who were most cooperative. their home In Plttsburg: after a i '
FREE HEARING W. Savannah Ave. CH2- 28SI ATHLETES FOOT GERM I In the boys Honor Cabin I pleasant visit at the home of Mr.\ J" '
VALDOSTA HOW TO KILL1 IT from Hamilton were Bob White, Mrs. Terry" White out from $
-- u I 1 1I ; In 3' days if not pleased with str Billy Sapp. In the girls cabin were land Springs. .
:- 1e1'be a TwoBookIds EOCCTRIC RANGES FOR tong: T-4-L liquid, your 48c back at Valery Pautz and Judy Harvey. : .II
Good condition. $40 and I i any drug store Watch Infected skin The four outstanding record books
.fREE II i l... I Mannlngs *KMR> Repair, Jas, slough'off. Watch healthy skin replace chosen to be sent,to the North Florida lf
VISITUS. phone 792-4421 tic It. No.more itch A burning] District for further Judging 1\ r THE JASPER NEWS t
I|Use antIseptic soothing T-4-L Foot were those of Don Wetherlngton .. '
Robert A. Hsllenbeck I ) ''AT BUWANNEE SPRINGS Powder too -.-fine for sweaty Lillian, Riley Paula Allison, and 1.1 --
P. O. Box 27, TaQabaee :F lLti Sale;JOn the river high and''j feet IOofptder:_ ;stays active la the Rebecca Dedge."r, --:':::'? Y .tJ.

BattedW'McI'ror. : \ 1' ; good location, only $1,000.: See Iskinn for/hours. NOW .at WISE'S Ribbons. for the record books are! I ,
,Hearing.Aids, '. .,. : Ehlert., ''owner- tic; DRUG t3I+RE. ;, tic !In three classes, blue, for .first, red .".. .'.J. .

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( \ .' to) ,\ .You're a Lucky Guy if we have BOYS' /" .' BOYS* BOYS* ," ; MEN'S SEERSUCKERSport .:
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t f., >your size our Summer: 13'oz.' ; WeatPrn ',. \ ;- Short Sleek es Reg. & Slims; Extra Value I I

4 : { ITSonbl; jSewell Du\garees' Sport Shirts Cotton Ivey League '< '
a' Sizes 6 Coats
Reg. 1.98. & 2.98 '
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IVY LEAGUE or CONSERVATIVE $2.98 Values Sale Priced PANTSpair ,

I MODELS. 97 and 29 and The most at Sport Coat .
$1. $2. $1.49 $1.99 $2.98 ". opu
the decade I IJdstr
wE FEATURE r 9 Left
MEN'S AND BOYS' :' Sires Reg. 2..37,1-39,2-40.1-41,2-42

for round '1 '
( year wear. ) \ "" + "
11""''" Were $14.9e. & $24.9e.

SALE PRICED AT ." ,; .".N.": ; -+-- SALE PRICE

oar. M.. Girls SCHOOL DRESSES \ '
ONLY $24.95 & 29.95 PRETTY PLAIDS &. PRINTS SIZES TO Ii-It' '. : and
I $10-88 $18.88LOOK
$1.99 and $2.99
3738 39 '40 41 42 44 46' :.' I .\.. '.. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE .

Regulars. l>/3 3 64 3 I '3 '. r SPORT and DRESS SHmTS' 218 LadiesDRESSES. -

Longs 2-I' 4' .'' I I 'I Reg. 2.95 Reg. 3.95 .. ,' & e

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Shorts eI I, ." ,:' ',. ;" ;" I $1 -99 ., $2.59 #' j,

now Lots of Beaufiful
,< '" 7 -' now Style ,

Ladies Shoe Sale ', '; Good Selection From Which To'Choose k J 1ENTRE Good Sizes t..' 1

56 Pairs Fashion Craft Shoes Headquarters for SCHOOL SHOES j

Low Medium & High Hees) THE BETTER KINDS

Sundial Bob Smart Hush Puppies Fashion Craft PRICERegular I '
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1t. i, J, Mother. Goose Williams U. S. Keds 2 #
Reg. Price $7.95 to $9.95 .f Wlf.I Smart Names ...:. Smart Shoes 1

,/, Girls! See our Wauhegan Loafers in Black

4.99 :;:". Conform or T.n:- Special Priced at only $6.951 Prices 5.98 to 17.98

Our New Blacks & White also Saddle Oxford (Rah rah .

41 pairs K E Jj S with .t the, new coral,sops $7.95 .Sale I Prices $2.99 to $8.99

Narrow & Medium WidthsAssorted You'II }; I ...
; always trade better
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Styles-Reg. Price .$4. ,?! r a a
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4_ ,.. .., ,.. tJ LUNCH BAGS, ', .' ,25c. t- -1 .

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Fruit Drinks 46 OZ. ':/ 4 CANS
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I_ PREM''' ':;" .Is' "89atW4fc BEEF STEWHEINZ :-v .45c .49; : ( : D & W,HJ! T-I. '.

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Prices god Aug. 27Thru Aug.31.
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