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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: September 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
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PRICE I Oc PER COPY- $3A0 PER YEAR: HAMILTON COUNTY WPEII FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25. 1964 .. I
VOLUME
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Minutes\ of To Employers Or To The People Of Families Need Aid '


Monthly Meeting Workers Under 18 / Hamilton CountyIn Front Damage Of More Federal Hou /g


1 Jasper City .Council AA workers under 18 years of the minutes of the Boanl ot Hurricane. Dora

: age are required to have a WORK Cc'jnty Commissioners of their \
.The City Council t>t Jasper, ]Florl- PERMIT. No child under 16 meeting of September 1st there was An estimated 2,700 families a. Approved For Jeer :
da may
met in regular session. Tuesday be paragraph worded that it appears morg: Hutf(cane Dora \'ktlms1U
evening. September 8, 19&1, employed ,during school hours I to reflect unfavorably upon ask help of theRed Cross in'storm V}

at 7:30 pm. in the Qty.Hall of the from Baby school sitters may NOT be taken I me and the Sheriffs Office,. and recovery: according' to 3-state famIly r A telegram signed by, ftep Fuqua: and Senator
during school hours. First ,
I
of Methodist
City Jasper with the follow
big \ unfairness me and to the people assistance. headquarters In Jack Speuard Holland week .
All employers
*a requested to f1'8 announced"'thatJasper"s
,
prevent:
It needs I
explanatJon.VMon'lt onville Florida
.
Registrations
,
t already

Councilman Wad j check.,, the 'work'pen of theiremployees News public housing 'application had been '
B, Norrts, \ COmmJst'loners decidedto !Wave t'xceedecll.500: families approved and 'funds
rt '
'Chairman; Mayor C. E. Courtoy) who are under IS years.of close the Cckinty Qwnp and place SuneyVMhow 51 homes destroyed in the amount'of $474,839 had been released for the
,Councilman J, L. Dunaway, Tom age to see if they are currently some ffoare __ the ptlsioaen in J.u In ._.._. J84 CHRISTIAN EDLTATinv wEEK construction
In force. AD :workers under IS ., i with 'ln jor damage. and 5., 466 of 42 additional housing units here. Sixteen of
Owens are t --
and John
Dedge, Qty 'whfch'would First
require more ,rtih mirnv chm'8gto-l in 36 Methodist Church of Jasperwill
RedOosa'
t,Attorney F. B. Ilarrell:.Oly: Man*. asked'to check: wlth'the employerto supervision I' requested the Board I chafer\ # V mlnat- observe Christian Education the units will be especially designed for the elderly, and
areas < >
pre
f *CQ Robert HL llsfci Chief Y'ofe see If a work: permit Is on file I furnish Week contain only bedroom.
for the worker a guard 'lor this purpose ely" In north Florida and southeastGeorgia Sept 2T Oct. 4 with an Installation one .
.
Puce Payton Bembry' and Mr This arrangement was satisfactory ,'but also including minor Service On Sunday, arda City Robert Fisk
said
.Chuck Florida Workers: under 16'have'a' INK: i manager that as far as he
Watson Power Distract to the Board
f and to me and we proceeded damage In coastal South Carolina, Family Night Supper on Wednesday
Manager. permit J: Those 15 and over have a on that theory. Page 200 of The fled Cross also Is Sept. 30th. Rev. Booth will knows the land has not ye;' been purchased but that 30
assisting
Mayor' Courtoy called the meet. ,YELLOW permit Workers, please the Florida's Sheriff Manual l states public health authorities in preach on "The Christian and His of the units will be constructed in southwest Jasper a few

Ing to order asking Attorney Har-' check your permit to see If it h "The sheriff Is entitled to employthe hoid Innoculatfon program In a Dixie typ World1' dunrg:. the Morning Worship blocks from J. R. E Lee High School including eight of
relt to open with prayer. cut-f4ate. number of guards or servants ant Counties ( Hour the old folks
Citrus In Florida units. The other twelve will be located in
The minutes of the Work
previous meetIng
permits be
obtained 1 In
may actually necessary. He bill the :
may
here there has been heavy flood. The
were adopted as presented the 'Office of Family Night Supper will North Jasper near the otTer units.
the. County) ; SchoolSuperintendent county for reimbursement of the amount ng.. The I Red Cross nurses have honor all church school leaders. I
upon a motion by Councilman Duna Mr.; Harry T. Reid, : paid each guard or servant been on duty In DixIe County aiding Included in the Family Night Supper I He reported that the surveying and negotiations

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way with a second by Councilman. each i Tuesday providing that amount does not '
ex. In the lonoculatlon of 1,680 flood will be the exceptional film have been in,' progress for. over
a the
,Owen year, awaiting
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ceed new
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Mr. Chuck Watson Florida Sandlln Auto Parts ...... 39453 Tne',,Individual whom .the con victim fa.Jena Other and Cross CIty communities "Worship, A Famly Heritage" appropriation recently passed. Architects have already

Power District :Manager present KIng Hardware Co ....i.., 4533 troversial'amount was paid was a seven'.assumed to the nurses West, Florida among PASTOR ATTENDS mTIN made their plans which have been.approved '
ea plans ai, to the standard procedure 'The 1.O."anh, Co. ....,,... 18.87 deputy: rtzf who was also available have I The
area ., assisted In Irmoculatlonn : IN LEESBURO units: will be for low-rent
used In restoration' of power 'Trqplfal: Uniform Rental.... 89.80 for guard diary at all times. I Inverness and occupants? arid will
In the City It' it should be inter ,Jasper;Amoco Service ...... 26.7X :as your sheriff did not benefit"on* Communities in Citrus Crystal River Rev Norman K.: Booth, Pastor contain "fro ,.one to four bedrooms k lei) unit: It appears
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rupted by,4he, predict hurricane Sargeant-Sowell, Inc ...A. 18.72 penny from', the payment which County of First Methodist Church, Jasper, that there should be very little delay l in getting construction ..
Attorney Harrell read In full an :Davis Meter and supply: Co. came from the 'Board of County TheJ', La Rose Shoe Company II attending the Florida Methcdlst underway :
Ordinance entiled "AN OR2XN Inc .... ... : Commissioners. or Jacksonville has delivered 781pairs Conference '
:. ........?,.: U7,410raJ12. Since; I operate Commission on Christ-
ANCE ADOPTING A FIRE PREVENTION .' e State Pine *.SunrfvCo upon an annual guarantee I would of.:shoes va'lued at approdmatety tan Vocation meeting at the Youth I .The Times Union reports"' 'that the money is in

CODE PRESCRIBING ,--........;...t::....:;.; 221x8 not receive any-more pay In this |5ooo to Dora victims at [Camp near Leesburg. Rev.. Booths the form of a loan to be repaid from the sale of bonds to
REGULATIONS GOVERNING Whitehead Hardware Co. .a 6867 way titan I will redev under the I Live Oak and the Red Cross Is the Tallahassee District Director private Investors by the housing
Annual .
CONDITIONS HAZARDOUS TO Jones A Sons Ice (b. '........ SCO guarantee at the end of the year. assisting;(en:their distribution. I lot i Christian Vocations. The' two- tributions will be made agency. con
AND PROPERTY FROM. Valdosta Pipe A Supply Co?17.55 The Board has since reversed itself A'total pf 133 caseworkers buildIng .1 day! meeting, September 24-25,.was by the federal government help
FIItE OR EXPLOSION". 4Jtt) >*\VplerJ-rlc.! Supply Co. .29.58 and has demanded that I pay backto : celaaflu ion advisors and other called by Bishop James Henley to keep the rent for the new homes within the means of l low

Aften reading :of said.Ordinance Florida tower Corp, ........ 759.83' the County the amount of $744.00. dlsaster.speclallsts of the national I make plans for the next four yearsin income families.
the meeting Sras open for. Ppblie There being no further. business the the amotmt'psd) for the Guard Red cra e are now on the Job In the I the field of recruitment for Chrstlart -, ..

.discussion of time There being no meeting adjourned salary I agreed to do so and X 'htfTieansareaa" assisted by many Vocations. Many denominations Bright Pond .Health Notes On

one present desiring to be heard Qtafrn.m Wad B. Norris 'thought that everybody wa*.happyuntil local chapter votunters.Ill I are experiencing a shortage .
the""OwtaaBC* was:then,ready for. ATTEST. LOllon L.. Bembry Qty I read the minutes amTtneywere'nTworded 'Ja headquarters said of Ministers and Church related 'Baptist Church Drinking "Water
final "pa saage.--CwsncUman: Duna Clerk : as to mate It .p. aegis offices are located at Vocation workers. The Methodist

war made the motQt..with,.sec, .GENERAL FUND ; pear that. 1 had been guilty of ""pad, I Jac Ie, Neptune Beach. Fer- Church among' those lenomlnat. 1lews! Those.personain Hamilton Court

en dcarried.by Councilman Owens, Motion Cash Available. August 1, fflng"1 the toll>> t have no objection$ nandna Beach, St. Augustine, Ions The General Conference 01 ty whose well have been stir.meFg.d.aue'to .
Thereupon the Chair) de. 'to'1I871n1r'.the money back to the Green Springs Daytona Bea.\The Methodist Church meeting In i Lak1'Tuesday night September flood '
1961 ,..............i.... 5,088.32 waters'>f should
c1aRd'nte rdlas ase:;duuIrpeared'The 't U J"S 'p County. ,as.tney.wtft l haw to pay!itto cub Delarti. Uve Oak, Pittsburg earlier this year enacted 15, the W. M; S. of the Bright Pond boil,all drinking water .Joe; 1"wenty'

City-Manager next presented '.:1iax ....... .... 12Ucense. me .t the .ears off, itie.yearto' Mayo; Jfcrry. Crystal River Cross, church' < legislation to help combat Baptist Church met for their regular [minutes or apply chlofox 6r other'

:the audit resorts for the Fiscal ,:;. .... ....1..;.':'. t up the deficit to ftyr guaran- City Osar Key, Oafs and CMnesvlBe this situation.CENTEXWIAL. monthly" ,meeting., A, good pro., bleach to the,water to be consumed
> rat
1d ;' _+,neara w? ,, 30, }964.TheThe re.a ..-..q <. ....... t; ASo"it":, would JaffTorkla.. and at Brunswick gram Was rendered and was well ;the rate recommended-1: o r the
ol"I\ ,""'".. .in Ceo**, and Charleston.TI.. C. COMMITTEE. attended at the' same ,hour'the bleach bottle. Instructions: on''the
..., "., tt;:;' -,;" .'*.....:,...::i ........ .......... D I brotherhood met, .with the best bleach botte should ald'be Ibflbw-

'Council unantmuosly approved .';...:.........' ...;JTOO ( am' Bostoffo clariji; elsettbere' throughout"the .storm"; **Tn**. Centennial hCommithe'.;tf1rlf'MethodIrt httya9see'b(:trJtr'' )"l'," ""'''''' 1ineatldaeseldn ; .tarn: 'a-dt.war bt .... .
Vie proposition to purchase a I' CJ", ";, ;.....:.!..... 45.DOWtthhoWng the particular; Intaotes 3 referred!' I areriti '\ 'it -II '1"\4'\ rl Church are' makIng ., -JlftWJ'8I1tMt t'tvem' WM sslllstt.of '
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196* F-250'Ford Truck with utlUtyI Tax,._....,; .; 287.00 tp, and I believe;In Justice to
"body from'the. Iforida. Power Cor. Social Security: \1............ 1909 selves, the' Sheriffs' Office them.j' .itar.ckijife4| > aid:' nedkial cam on October'dSUi: .Mrs had In the Educational Building,Ita drink Usually *'. nlmlnbm'of SO'
poration. nwrance: ..............,. 7500 me that I they shculd be 'already has beear provided-to hundreds I H. C. Marable and Mr. Fostef H WIth refmtfiments sandwiches //minutes:should.elapse l betwef A'lrpps
The next Item of discussion was Teed Cutting .............t... 11200 and clarified) to reflect tblt full ron-I} of families in three-state' ;,Shepherd,:co-chairman, have been :being served. good time was en.fllcatlon; 'of cWorox'and'comsuWipt- 1surface

the' recent Grand Jury report on Miscellaneous .............. 15.4CIrearms dUfon and situation as it exists. {area, as major'attention 1. being setting up committees to help ;toyed| by aft see. f ion of the water

the,City Jail. The Council Instructed .................. ..' 3.50 Sincerely andRespectfully.t directed to the long-range recovery make this a great day. I! ,All user of Individual water
the City Manager to contact the Total Receipts ............ 4,11766 Charlie Rhoden, Sheriff,' needs; of the hundreds of affected' It t The week of, prayer program Is wells that have been inundated by
Board of County .Commissioners Total rA.h Available. O".6..i1Q and the Sheriff and see If an agreement f DISBURSEMENTS: director said that weeks of FOR FIRST METiroOIST home. will be a: possible ;sterilize their wells by applying

could be obtained wherebythe Mayor: and Council......... 39.00 JOHN D. ROGERS ATFORT I'hard work are still ahead for'the On Sunday September 27th, during very spiritual meeting, our ladles about three gallons of chl-

City prisoners could be kept in Management and office' .607.45 GORDON, GA.Pvt Red Cross and for stricken who are the Worship Hoer the Commission have Mrs Hill a planned In charge a mood program. sox) directly Into the ,well. When

the County Jail until arrangementscan lhance and Taxation ...... 558.78 preparing to resume ways- of life on Education and the Church 'UtThe chlorox has been applied to the

be made to repair or build a Legal...............,...... 5000 Interrupted when the disaster !School Workers!! of First Methodist I pastor Of Bright Pond Baptist well In proper amount the pump

City jaIL Insurance .................. 150.50 n TA struck. Church will be lead in a conser- Church was the brotherhood, should be started and all taps. pJ- r

codification. of the City Ordin. Public Relations .......... 184.63 I cratlon service by .the pastor, Rev. speaker at The First Baptist t guts, etc opened until a' chlorine
aces was discussed. The matter Police Department .......1,78793 ..1964Corn Price. Norman E.,Booth. Ourch Tuesday September' 15th. odor: Is detected in the water. Then

was tabled at the present time.A Fire Department :.,........ 761.oi \ The attendance was good end a turn off all taps,. spigots! etc., let
motion was made by Councll- Building Inspector .......... 78.70 Support *,: .The Commission on Education's delicious supper war served before :water stand In well and pipes for
a man Dunaway with a second by PUBLIC WORKS: I I membership Include Mrs W W. the meeting. twelve hours. ,When clorlnated water

Councilman Owens to transfer Public Building:.......... 10047 Announced iBradshaw, I Chairman:. Mrs ,D. R. sees ( has remained In the well for

;80000 to the Renewal and Replacement Street Department ........ 2,11571 ( i I I Kitkman\ ;; ,MrsUroward Bryan; Sunday night, September 20 The f twelve hours start pump and open '

Fund. Motion carried. Garbage Department..... 73664 Price-support loans for the 1964 I fMrs. 'T,, D.' Leslie and ,MM. Betty Bright Pond Baptist, Church',enJoyed all taps and spigpts until no clorine -

The drainage problem on Northeast Cemetery .................. 27205 corn crop will i average $1.2'. per i'l Mlkth;1 1r a very spiritual meeting ,beginning odor is detectable. Notify the

side of Jasper was discussed. Public Welfare .............. 30.00 [bushel in Hamilton County, Wallace ,r The,ChsachSchool Officers and with a baptlsmaT''service.j Health Department and we will

A motion was made by Mayor Cour Mosquito Control ............ 6.50otal leas;. Chairman Agricultural ,Teachers 'Include I James L. [).m. The Rev Mabe spoke Scriptural collect a water sample for sub.
toy, with a second by Councilman Disbursements .... 7479.45 j Stabilization and Conservation'Cot t|away. Superintendent, Mrs. Clyde' Baptist, and Communion, after mission to the State Board of j
Dunaway theta Resolution by sent Total Cash. 'AvaUbale, August 31, I unty" Committee has anoon ed. 1I Payne, Membership Cultivation I which Communion was observed I Health Laboratories to determine r'j

to the State Road Department requesting 1964 ..::................ 1.72453 ,yt.. I This compares with the 1963-crcp Superintendent, Sirs Shelton Lewis I.by candle light service. It will be If your water la safe to drink.
a out-fal ditch be cut on UTILITIES SYSTEM REVENUE loan rate of 11.21 per bushel for the ,Secretary, Mrs. J, A. Williams,i j long remembered. r
the Northeast side of Jasper to ell. FUNDCash County. Thla Is the same rate as Children's Division Superintendent' REVIVALRevival
minate the water problem created Available. 1 was in effect for the 1963crop. I
August Mrs. W R. Dall, Nursery Class FFA &: FHA CHAPTERSTO
.
partially by pipeing additional surface 1964 .................... 11,74410 The 1964 loan rate, plus a price- i Teacher, Mrs. W. R. Dall, Nursery OPERATE I at New Hope Baptist
water into this area throughthe RECEIPTS support payment of 15 cents a bushel Home visitor, Mrs. Billy A. Jones, I Church beginning Monday Sept.28,

paving ot"3rd Street. Motion Water Service ............ 2,34795 I gives 1 a total price support Kindergarten Class Teacher, Mrs.' CONCESSIONThe 1964 and ending Sunday October 4,

carried. Sewer Service .......... 144400 average rate of J1.39 per bushel I Emett L. Dupree, Elementary 1.21 r Jasper Future Farmers and with homecoming Services begin
Council
A motion was made by : Water Deposits ............ 130.00 for the 1964-crcp com In the County ,Class Teacher Mrs. Betty J, Mi-i I The Future Homemakers have at 7:30: p.m. Our guest speaker will ,

man Dunaway, with second Council toy Withholding Tax ., 5120 I John D. Rogers. IOn of Rer. While the loan rate varies acc ke'll, Elementary 1.2 Class Teacher been ask to jointly operate the concession be Rev. Ben Borders

Councilman Dodge that the of the Social Security .. <'46.63 and Mrs. Charles W Rogers. Jennings ording to the grades and qualitiesof Mrs. James L. Dunaway, Elemen- stands at all "A" Team

approvethe recommendation allowa Insurance ..,.. J 2250 Fla., f U scheduled to completean Individual crops the ,price-sup ,tary, 3.4'C1 ss:Tcll er.MnJ'> OcflsElementary home football games. This is a PAUL LEWIS SERVING
planning and Zoning Board to Total Receipts 3,94428 eight-week advanced Infantry" port payment per bushel Is the' Uendetatwf; :: 3.4 Class part of the .High School system' of IN GERMANY x
be
Church of Christ building to Total Cash Available .... 15688.38 course at the U S. Army Training came toe; all farms. 1 Teacher Mrs. Myron Johnson, Elementary rotating the'various school functions :. Paul
Caldwell'sSurvey Specialist Four L. Lewis 21 1
erected Block 28, the club the school ,
on of
DISBURSEMENTS Center Fort Gordon, Ga., Oct 2. among
: The average loan 3-4 Class; Teacher, Marvin
of
Motion carried.A county rate of( r son Mr. and Mrs. William B.
with : General Operations 2165.25 Rogers is receiving Instruction in I Jl.24 per bushel is for 1964-crop Rogers Elementary 5-4 Class Tea- each year. Lewis, Sr. Jasper, Florida was assigned .
derived the sale
motion by Mayor Courtoy Water Plant 258.91 small unit tactics and In firing cher Mrs D. Vickers Elementary The profit from < \ ]
Dunawayto !corn grading No. 3, or No. 4 on the ; Henry will to the 28th Artillery in Germany .
a second by Councilman Water Lines 40238 such modern weapons as the M-14 {factor of test weight only but other-( 5-6 Class Teacher; Mr. of concessions at these games Sept.. 3. *
la.
pay the following monthly bi Sewer Plant 81.83 rifle and M-60 machlnegun. The 19 I j wise'' grading No. 3 except, for moisture. and Mrs. Jack Vlraon, Youth [)t. be divided as follows: 3 percent to Specialist Lewis a fire direction U
State of Florida (sales tax) $
Motion carried. Sewer Lines 2,47109 year old soldier entered the Army Jones,. Junior High Class Teacher per.
I Premiums and d1.cot.ns'tor[ ; computer In Battery A. of the 28th'K2nd
...... 2.30 : School for theme
J. R. Miller ............ last and basic train I cent to Jasper High
Water Refunds 2000Mai May completed
Deposit Mrs. John Lewis Junior High
other grades Battalion entered the lit
and
| quaHties Army
.re Unchanged -
Sears and.Sons, Inc. ........ 28.19 rs 1963 of the stands. 46 percent: to F.
Disbursements 5,399.52 lug atFort Gordon. Rogers a Class Teacher; Mr. and Mrs Robert March 1963.
from
I those in effect in 1963
the F. H. A
and Ribbon Co. 3.01 F. A. and 46 percent to
Florida Carbon
Total Cash Available August graduate of Cedar Key High School Junior High Counselors
Fine Lewi
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Co. 79.62 I The chairman reminded growers Our primaryDIe'of profit will be was graduated from Jasper
North Florida Telephone and Company'' 3L82 31, 1964 10.28886 and was employed by the Southern I that price support on the 1964 crop Mrs.: H G. Marable, Senior High used for our annual Parent-Son High School In 196L
W. S. Darley UTILITY SINKING FUND I' State Steel and Erection: Co. 1 Class Teacher; Mr and Mrs. Eugene
I of com will be available only to{ --r---
Gulf Service .. 6.25 Daughter Banquet and as public,
Jerry Smith'* Service .. .6000W. Cash Available, August: 1. Tampa befcre_entering the Army. farmers participating In the 1964 Dandur snd, Senior High Counselors relations program for many peopleIn JOHN McCRACKEN ; '
Welding
Hartley r 1964 .,. 3,71822 William R, Dall, JrAsst.
,
feed grain .
G. Oft ChevTolet'Co. Inc. 1.08 program. | our ,community: RECEIVES PROMOTION*
,RECEIPTS HOMECOMING AT Counselor Miss Jan
: The price-support for tSenlo r High ; a'lIO'wr to
'Associate Store 13.M program It is primary purpose
Western Certified Auto Laboratories ...... 4357 Utility Taxes 876.29 HOPEWELL CHURCH com will be carried out,, through I(David, Alit Senior, High Counselor perform service to 'ou-the con John T. McCracken 20, son fo Mr.

Sheriff Charlie Rhoden .... 2.50 Total Receipts 876.29 Sunday September 27th will be I farm and warehouse-stored loans; ; Mr' William WV Pennlngton, rune!. Prices will be in line with and Mrs. Ed J, McCracken Rt. 3. x,
Total Caahavallable 4.594.51Msbursements purchases. and pniee Okler Youth Class, "Mrs. 'Ernest this Your Jasper. Florida
, ft Dry Homecoming day at HopevrellChurch. -aupport. paymerits. all other schools in area. was promoted to>
Laundry
: Jasper Cleaners ................... 39.83. ,t : ..... none Loan wiO bit based on t ett-: Courtoy, Adult DtvWon'SJIJem suggestions and comments wouldbe specialist four; August 25. while
Total Cash Available, August 31 All friends and Interested people j gable actual production, while I a,the tendent; Mrs; O. a Ratlitf; Adult appreciated: : either to the 'mem assigned to Company E of the 317th.
. Motorola ...................r 2USuwannee .. ; ''Mrs.\
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Store ..... SJB ; 964 ... 4,594.51 are urged to be price-support payments of 15 cents Home Visitor; WUmer J. ben Mrs. Finley, or Mr. Dunaway Engineer'Battalion in Germany.

t, E C. Browne Co.tt..t...:....... lint rfUTV $LYKINd'RE8ERYEFUND. well-filled preaent-BrIng-1 per bushel will be on normal production Sapp Friendship Class Teacher: We hope that some business trainIng Specialist, McCracken.'' who completed
t t. Tractor*Co '154 be o. k. of the harvested acres. Clyde Howard Woman's Adult such as meeting Jha pubUc basto training at Fort Gordon
Suwannee Valley Electric .Time Deposit August 31. Josie Mills Scarborough Application for price-support ClassJudge; John McCornilclc.' tia3esmansUp'jn4king change,.and :; Ga. I entered the Army In
; Collins: Carburetor A 1964 ..13.00000 : loans and purchases be madeat Men's Bible Class. Ex-Offlcio members pe9'fortlrlnQ''sherfpieny. chores will March 1964 and arrived
may I overseas
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.. .31.40 ,
Company t. 4 heart or lufrtered poet. stki"TTme Norman }: ttwach member takmrpan. .
cypres CEMETERY: WORKING the ASC3 County ornee through I Include Rev. ; be kntfflclal the feHewbC"Alll\JJC.
.. .. Pearce Corporation .........:.'3960 'f"* >HJHU 'There wll] fee a Cemetery CleanIng May 31.' 1965. Unless demand'Umade i Booth:.Pastor,.F rteV.I.fhepherdChurch | l .' Your patience and understanding The j I6i Jasper High School: grad
.' Genuine Parts Q). ...;.......rtfl, DepositAttgust 31. rf. bail will be 4edy AH .
New Leader
at HBapristChurch on I sooner, loans will mature on Lay Wm. : : apprecJ Hat w*s naaged In farming be

': Keenan Auto Parts.Co.-24.45 H964;....... e.coooo. Tuesday September' 29, 1964. Jutr 32'1965.n I I Sr., Secretary of Stewardship. members wil be mlwsttetaetkere.nu, .... fore.entering the Army.

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PAGE TWO THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA I : Friday, September 25, 1965'* L'rOil"

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'CQr' ''d 1' LIFEI Diversion For 196; Legal Advs. "
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'JJlle'1 iE'lf5per i c.u
: J have for sometime wantedto Loed GramProgram IN TUB COURT OF TII101
write a theme on my life and COUNT JUDGE. HAW
tepastor of the r have ItTOX COUNTT, FLORI Published Every Friday
some experiences SetThe t IDA. 't r,
witnessed in 'the and things'that I?* PROBATE.Iv .
past Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida
minimum and maximum: RIo:. ESTATE or
St :I; are stll! facing m Many ROSWELL K. AVHIETT, '
a acreage diversion for the 1963 Feed deeea..d.10TiCE Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
hive hc.rd the statement male: I
.. Grain Program will be the same as TO CREDITORS $4.00 Outside
of
'V.'e rnrfce( U;' > what it is", weft In for 1964, Wallace Deal Chairman, TO AM CREDITORS AND PER. $3.00 in Hamilton County County.

one way that is right. In another Stabilization and Con 1 SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
Agricultural ANDS AGAINST- SAID ESTATE I
way I don't go along with this servatlcn County Committee, has I You and each of you are herebynotified Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
statement Yes, In this world and required to
present any
most of us have problems, some announced. The minimum d1\'er.1 Ulm.: and demand which you. or I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editor. and PublishersJudge
either of you, mar have acafnst the I
will be
participation percent
more than others. Many of us can slots for : utat. ot ROllwen E. Anl.tt, de.ea..d. .
Florida
I of Hamilton County
Ready Or Not Here I ComeIn base. Any] 1
solve our problems better than oth\ of the feed grain late ot said rounty to 'th. at his office In the court house of I,
farmer can divert up to 50 percentof W.r13Irt: ; :, HAMILTON COUNTv I I said County at Jasper, Florida with. OBITUARIESJULIA
en. I want to say to my Immediate office in the courthouse in six calendar month. tom the time
these past few weeks we have conversation similar to this. Susan family and out side family and his base, or 25 acres, whichever of said County at Jasper FlorIda of the first publication of thin notice I I FREEMAN
talked with you about the Second is playing with other children i a Is larger. within six calendar.monlbs from Two copies of each claim or PATTEN
others, if we would Just mediate the time of the first publication of
demand shall be In writingand Julia Freeman
Coming of Christ Our first week game of hide.and-go-seek. Susan for awhile instead 'of criticizing 1 He said the announcement was thin notice. Two copies of each shall state the place of residence Patten approximately .
we mentioned the fact that Christ begins to count with eyes closed., I being made early in order to help claim or demand'nha.lt h* In writing. ., and post office address of the claimant I II 85 years of age passed a.
Ihlr.lc wtuld be better off. and chill the of I
utat plae rld
many and shall b* awora to by the at her home
gave to his desclples and to us 8 "one, two, three foursod particularly winter > way In Jasper Monday .
Since 1962 I have very much I all farmers < nc* and pout office addrit of the claimant, his aceat. or attorney 'and .. ,
foundations! [('1Ilm..nt.. and shall be sworn Ir brth | nighty > 'V
truth by assuring some children scamper about the< wheat producers In making plans postoffi adclr of the claimant *
wanted to talk to a large audienceof elaimantr rent, tierlaftor I
and shall b to the claimant "
by
sworn
them that he would surely come a.gain. schoolyard look.lnlll101' the best camoflaged Jasper peopl4t'Oft' Mental Health, for the: !eroptpfcducers' whc ney and accompanied by a tiling.feeof hi* aa-eat, or attorney andaccompanied She is survlvied by her husband

Seconjfl? )" we.talked< .with you, place'to.hide. Susan; after but emotional and! tears will want to use! the wheat-feed grain one dollar and ouch claim be or demand by a filingfe* of one I Deacon John Patten; one daughter
being not >o filed nhall void. dollar and such claim or demandnot
about the heed of having a sense counting as much: as she has pat. not permit me to do so. I think I acreage substitution: provision In i 4 OT..ADYK AVRIETT. so flied shall b* void. Alice Freeman Caldwell; one son,
01 urgency in spreading the Gospel 'Everyoneready ,the 1965 wheat and feed grain program A* Admlnfutratrlx of 'the David 8prauldlnA Lonnie Freeman; four grandchildren .
have been through and experienced Estate of Roiwlt E. 'Av'
!I Executor of the Last .
of Christ. Last week we ment. Here I Come. One little nw : nineteen
great
their
many things where' many will can plan plantings rlett. dcaied. Will I and Testament of I' grandchildren
toned how the Second( Coming i red-haired boys, "Not yet{r'f iever experience them. !with adequate notice, he.said C!. A. Arrlett. I HATTIR Lee, deceased and one great, great grand child.

Should produce Godly and practical ;ISo[ resigned to her fate. Susan begins =' To knowledge since Mfcther; The nnouncement hoted 'that Janntr.Florid Sept 4 11 It 14* ,..> First September. publlcatioa IS, Oct September f. 5, 11HELP 15, It" I I She was born In Georgia but
lives. 'In this concluding article on counting again. This routine my other specific provision ol the feed w.. 'carne to Jasper In 1901
I
the Second Coming let us look at -time and again'and finally and I have lived jn sper.14.yejrs 'past I IN THR *"f1I *; .
,happens i grain program. whichjlnrthe Jt'n CROF f Funeral services will be held Sun
had r-OPNTV
Hamilton has a num. HAMHro.v STOP
some final thoughts of great importance -I,in desperation little Susan counts, I County; .:years have teen modified from- I rot'NTV.FIXJRIDA..-' I I day frcm Popular Springs Baptist
her cf people to tend to both State.Hospitals. ,
to each of us. ,looks around, and declares, "Readyof I We J know they are on the year to year dependihg-on: clrcum 'IN RR: "F8T IN T'PROBATE an' MALICIOUSWOODS Church: In Jasper, of which she had
The apostles had spoken to the ,I not IleeICcaneL,;/ stances, would await more definite fiRTTV" \IIWF.LI. ,been a member.for fifty years.

Master saying, "Master, see what So it wilhbr with His Second ;waiting list In "State and Private for I Indications as to the outturn iron TO 4i.r. f nsDITORU neess.ed A4 0''r.p'n.. NI I Interment will follow In New
I want to thing BU
C one
manner of stones what bufld-: \Coming. Je.usrib,decide that the ''Di-val places say :h'.i: year's corn crop. IIO\* IIAVI\ CI, IM,I OW T R. .1 Hope -Cemetery. Rountree & Son
Ings." It was with great pride that age pf graci'.for.martih over an* County with all respect Releasing the diversion percent MANE AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I Funeral Home Is in charge of the
inter.tested You and each of are herebynotified
that if other counties! were as J you
an unidentified deslciple thus He too wlil ..ay..."Re4dy or not ages now will help wheat farmers and required to present any final arrangements.
i spoke to the Lord pride akin to I[here I Come!' \be ready I In the patients and their welfare plan their use of the substitution .claim and demand which. YOU, er.Ithf'l' + '
them of mar hav. ,
and in trying to make I you. aaln the
that, of Nebuchadnezzar, who said, Take heed, WP.f.Rd\ ,pray, and provision, the Chairman said. mtfcte of OKTTV" BRAS WELL, d- !
"IS not this great' Babylon that I I there won't be.'Any doubt.FredJMerTing I happy when they are in the hospItal I Signup for the 1965 >wheat program ceased late of nald County, to the 'GAS GAGSk1tHHL, ad
them to lead normal County Judge of Hamilton County
have built for the house of the kingdom ) J. Calvary I and help has started and will continue: Florida at his office In the court
of and y lives when they come home and! I II 2. Wheat grower houR. of said County kt Jasper, P MANY ,
by the might my power Baptist vY. through October Yisivep' VOPL1 RNA
I the which' I can say I Irepeadlly' ,Florida, within six: calendar month Niaa.IN ABE
I forget past lW
for the honbr of fray J'1aogesty! I I may sign-up now for. overp'lantlng, from the time of the first publication ONE you MEET IWNCBSBOT
We ere all blind until we see, is hard to do. Many modify these intentions of this' notice. Two copies of each Ib<0 DIFFERENT. n4Y Au. AaRttr
but can
WHITE I thank God for the claim or demand shall be In wrftlna
I \ SPRINGS times a day I
That In the human plan. he.def- next spring at the time they signup and shall state the place of residence
know
Nothing Is worth the building, many blessings that I for the feed grain program. and pout, ofti address. If the clatmMit -
That does not build the man. NEE{ ,WAS Inetly gives me. He answers prayers and shall b. sworn to by the 01' Efts C0.
well 1 I rlarmant. his arent, Me attorney and
remember 1S TetE BEST l
I quite
I know.
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Why build these cities glorious, Mrs. ColllnMrs. accompanied by a. flllnf tee of one I
by Min one night In the hospital we j dollar and such claim or demandno Moe! '
If man unbuilded goes would I have something to climb upon.
no filed shall b* void 1L.
Ana Stovall celebrated her gather In a room for
In Vain we build the world, God Can perform all miracles Lenora BraawellAn
Unless the builder rrowsll I! I 84th birthday at the home of Mrs. vice. Scme from all denominations |for with God, nothing Is impossible. OETTYS ndmlnliitmtor. DRA8WELL.Rotate of '

The prophesy echoes back thru Perry; There were many relatives would come. Each night a different Mildred Burline Culbreth _. Deceased .. ,
"There shall not be left and friencH plesentIt/was a beautiful pet sen would lead and call on others } First publication. September tS, 1.44 '
the years, September IS. October 2, t, ItIN. Low Price $6.95
one stone upon another." What n day and every one had a nice to lead In'prayer. One night a MUtfT PL'ONElramor

the time. The guests present were: Mr very beautiful young girl came tom .
pitiful mourning came from TUB ITKJHT THE i PER CYLINDtft _
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WATCH F.F'M
Jerusalem when their and Mr.'Jim Him and family, and put her arm around mean FOR COUNTY 2-SOOI
of
people ILTON r Oi'NTY.FLORIDAIN CASH ON DELIVERY
temple was destroyed, yet Mr. and ?sits. Vernon. Eason: and l said. Mildred I wish I could PltORATB 111' 4M, uHOLLOWAY'S
great
Christ had earlier predicted this Mr. and Mrs,} l '"ZiPi>"et all of pray Eke you. I sail Beverly, I IN RBT-STATK! OKIIATTIM

calamity and no one'paldbeed to Jennings, Florida., Mr..,and Mrs.C. can't pry Just a pra Ier In my li I.KKDeceaaed

Titus and his Roman E. Perry and family Warner, own feeble way.Nearly L' TO A.... ("E iiiTORo A\O rv-.H-
His warning. KOMI ,
'-\'I'\U' CLAIMS OH UK-
Legtona came and pillaged the tern Ga.: Major and Mrs John W. two years rrw because otwa'llOt a' M.'"Pit AfJAlMIT MAID EIIT"I"u

completely destroying it in app Clark of St. Petersburg, Fla.: Mr. condition I have not teen and each of yon .re hereby
pie, and
notified
required to
prevent
any
roximately A. D. 70. These were and Mrs. Thelma Cochran of Coral able to walk tc- town in I have cane maims and demand which yon or

fullfllled predictions' coming to pass Gabels, Fla.: Mr. and Mrs. R. C In the past. Dependira; on othersto t:. \either of you, may have ag-alnct the SY.2.5181 ;
of
estate HATTIK LKB. deceased
right before their very eyes. No Stewart of' Dixie. Ga. and Mrs. C carry me places I dcn't get exercise lat.. *f mid County,,.). the Coaaty C J HOCLOWAVIS

I. I one had paid any heed! God's un- R. Amann of. White. Springs.. of any kind, therefore my ---

'fullfllled predictions will also rendition hasn't Improved 'much. a

surely come to' pass according to I Th. Christian WorkersSchool I can only speak for: nt',' lf. Whydo

God's word. Ills Second Coming will be Sept. 27.'Oct. 1. in the 1st many people never miss a ser- TURNinG CARS t
Methodist Church in Lake City Fla Do thereto
P will come to pass in Hto own time mon at church? they go
and manner. and some will still not First session' .will begin Sunday at see;and to be seen! I go to ;
heed. 2:30'p.m. Other sessions will begin church regularly] and most of the ---II

1 pay"But of that day'i and hour no Monday through Thursday at 7:30 time it i.. an ordeal for me to sit FARM LOANS

man knQweth." The time when God p.nfc' : Everyone" Is Invited. through; the! service, but with' God* OST wua r

will keep Ills promise is unknown 1 Jackson had> help I do. Not to see or be seen, but IaeM '
Wayne' a weekend for the' spiritual help I receive. I x
toUI; but we .can rest on the pro ; 0.
mise that He will come) We quotea pass from' Ft.. Bennlng.: Gao His hope others' go for the same pur' .

recent commentator .who said, family and friends enjoyed having pose. As I said I can idly speak for ,--, --' ..
The' Ism todayis him home for a'few days. myself. ,
most dangerous "y
f CONTACT .
not Communism not Socialismbut .e. Creek Being an amputee my handicapI #
for Swift > .
Procrastlnatlonlsm." It wasaa.ld Homecoming realize Is very minor to those of Henry t vl
Church-will be Sept. 27, Di t
of the Thessalonlansthat, from Methodist a lot of people I have seen.Many: In
them had sounded forth; the Gospelto Singing will begin at 10:30: a.m. ,spite of their handicap are far better

other parts of the worldan d you former pastor of WhIte' Springs, qualified to make their own way VICKKRSJasper

will remember that they were the Bro: Wilfong, will be the speaker I The road has been any thing but .t\ '

folks who were looking for Jesusto Everyone; T.' Is}twfiado. ". t.There easy going for several years now. Florid\ ,I

return ((1 Thes. 1:8): ). r. ., *> With the help of several people b> 7926921Res -
In our rnmd's eye let us go to a will be no morning Jasper (whom I will never for. Telephone

nearby playground to observe I vice at the Methodist Church, ser.1 get) end the great consolation I 792-4831

some children at play.; If we"will I day Sept. 27 because of have In the Lord, I will make it. { ,. *? .

but listen closely: we will hear some"''ing Service at Swift Creek. Before we can climb, we have to : ... .. 4i1'v t .. .,
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Wrap yourself in wall-to-wall warmth 'I I .' gardening, shopping, or meeting Dad for ,

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friday September 25, 1964 THE JASPER N E W S. JASPER FLORIDA I PACE THREE

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i.: "' F.F.A.DEMONSTRATIONYIELDS FERTILIZER BURNHAM\ NEWS II With Your Home GENERAL .. beautiful


48.05 BU., By LOIS ZIPPERERFiitjndshlp"'is DemonstrationAjrent rIEARa ELECTRIC SALE appliances at

almost always the
An F F. A. coperathe cornferI' unionS of a part of one mind witha : APPLIANCE f low prices!

tillzer demonstration project of 10 part of another, people are i NEW TECHNIQUES FOR .
\ acres on Mr. Pete Deas farm has friends In spots
STKETCIIABLES
been recently harvested. On the George Santayana General Electric

f entire 10 acres Dixie 18 corn was .. I You need to use new methods of =" j '.. .
t used. 500 lbs of 4.12.12 fertilize! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Putnal of handling when you sew with stretch Automatic '

analysis was used as the class took I Atlanta spent last Morxjay night fcrr-: !." tea PnHie! !;f"rm -t h" .... .1.
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: 1 soil samples and this proved to be with Mr. and Mrs. Jce Sullivan.Mr. is going to have a profession: look a Washer ; '

t... what the soil needed. On a five I and Mrs Putnal were on their Stretch materials ore designedto WA-55OA "" ...
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:. r; ',ti: acre plot, 300 lbs of Ammonia Ni. way to Live Oak and Halting Fla give a 1 l'ng, lithe'look Made cf Q ,' i' "

.,, t tratewas used as side dressing to see their sisters Mrs. Nora Deas textured yams they extend when at leftonly .
,. > 1''., On the other five acres 300 Ibs of and Mr, and Mrs. D. L. Lee pulled and snap back to the original -I DARK i iI ''I, ;, t ",,;-<". ,. .
'\ W' Chilean Nitrate of Soda was. used. .. measurement when released. x, <
;t Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Williamsof TWO WAY STRETCH
229.95 '
Jn early September the ten acres :
(., was harvested with Nitrate of Soda Tampa spent last Tuesday with Three t typ3: of stretch fabrics \ h ,
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if' yielding 48.05 bu per acre and the their parents Mr and Mrs. Winston are' used. They are> the lengthwisewarp I stretch for bathing suits, girdles ,j, .:"{ l' "
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'. five acres of ammonia 'Nitrate Williams. ( ) stretch for slacks the crosswise and recently for pants ana dresses. .

yielded 47.16 bu. per acre. The ass. 'I (filling) retch for jackets I Special patterns for use with str-. Electric .,K .
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yield would hae been much better I Mrs. Decar Scaff was confined to skirts and dresses, ant the two-i etchables are being designed, b.rt General "

"r on both plots but due to a most unusual Valdosta hospital several days last way stretch (warp a u filllnjBread" ) standard patterns have to ta a;;;- ". :. :;'. r' ) '1..
week! where she underwent DRYER .. '
surgery. ,
year our expectations were I I justed. \,'\,' <
hot met. We would especially like I She is home now and we hope improving - TAKE A TUCK '. ,.:, ',,\, }! l1.! .,:...." .o; <>! ,.' !

to thank the Chilean Nitrate. of II . .I Ir After which delicious refreshments Slack patterns used wilt' ...- DE-520A ,\, "t' "...'". '"' '' .... ./1,'':.. '' .."t, "" .,'If !'
Soda people fon sponsoring this were served by the stretch should have a one-half inch right 'J ""J: {, ... .I.f ': ; vat
t'r Mr. and Mrs. Anson Johnson and hostess.Mr ..; '' '" '.," //f1
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project and Mr. Deas for allowing .,n *kr ,HCc: Inc croicn are ,. ( :. :. ','l' .. ," ..,' .
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daughter Sybil Allen spent :several and Mrs. list Young and ; .. '" "
this project to be conducted on his i one inch turned up at each leg bo;. "" .:J" .' ''.
I days I last week in Beaufort South little daughter Jennifer of Albany, .'
farm. We are alaways open to con torn. Fold onehalf Inch '
a tuck lengthwise
tinue carrying on various agriculture Carolina, with their'' daughter and i,Ga. spent the weekend with Mr. down I only 169.95 .
through
demonstrations on new and 1m I ststerMr and Mrs Keith Ntekol- Young'* parents Mr. and Mrs. : pattern for
skirt
a or jacket made from
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proved,thins?.. By 'so doing, we j son George Young Sr. stretch materials. .
might find out things that would be |I Alfred Johnson of Cecil Field. I GENERAL ELECTRIC
most hefe>fol In Quinteen and Elizabeth Deas and Jacksonville and friends from Preahrlnk these fabrics by steam .
Hamilton I ,
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tY'1 children spent.the, eekendend in Maine spent several days at home ing-not ironing) and letting them T i : DIAL DEFROST

I Tampa -with their parents and ,with'Alfred's parents Mr. and Mrs. relax one half hour before handling' REFRIGERATOR
F. H. A. OFFICERSThe
grandparents and Mr. .and Mrs. Anson Johnson. them. -1 H---
'Jasper Chapter Future I Gene Hogan. Seams need to extend; or stretch .?t\ Only 28 )Inches Wide!Iif"
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Homemakers. of America held !I Mrs. Earl Roebuck and (father with the fabric. Stretchability may v
their first meeting to elect officers. SHOWER!: FOR 'MRS. IIOWELL. Ms,.,E. L., MilJer speht> the weekend be increased by using more stitches a '". ." Y. ->., ruu.WIDTH nan
.' They are as follows: Mrs. Harrell Howell was honored 'in Thomasville,'Ga with their sister 'per Inch, stretching the fabric I' ", '" AND CHIl: lS THAT!
XM1 President Ann Camp with a stork showers at the home and Aunt Mrs. Lota Phinazee while stitching, loosening tensionor 1. s laG HUH FOOD JKTIOM1DRAWW

V. President-Sharon Burnham of Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer> Friday using! thread with elasticity. } s POACIIAINYEQITA/1I !
Mrs. Erie McCall is at her home Q
Secr.etat'--carole McLaughlin September 18,, from 3:00: to 6:00: HOUSEHOLD HINT t
InJennings now after spending I 11.1 en. ft Nat Volume
.If. ... Treasurer-Marsha Braswell p.m. Mrs. Howell received lots of If you're having trouble getting -; 1 \ d
several days in Hawthorne with l L low
Reporter-Linda Fennel ; Delicious refreshmentsof .. as as
nice things. ,--ic-free! iron ng, maybe your .I
.' her daughter.. Gruths. I $
i Historian-Marilyn, Bembry I punch, cupcakes, mints and nuts Iroi'r bonn needs repaddlna> or "t" .' I'.'''' .I ..... 239.95This
: Parliamentarian-Sherry Andrews were served.. .L1
covering. The padding should
beI
and Mrs. cf
Mr. Marcy Tyre
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We also selected 'J'
a candidate for I[ > Crestview and Mr. Isaac ShiverJr. smooth and from one quarter to -
the Mia J. H..' S. contest. Brenda Christian.Women.;' Fellowship HetU three eights inch thick. If the pad I J
of Ferndina visited their' par. Beautiful
Levin will represent us. Good luckto J r The Christian "Women Fellow ants Mr and Mrs. Isaac Shier Sr. Is any thicker, It will hold moistureand :.:

her! ship of Burnham Christian Church last week. They all attended the be soft to give flat seams. You j' GENERAL ELECTRICTELEVISION
Mrs. FJrJey is our new sponsor ,, met with Mrs: Teford Sullivan Herring Reunion at Suwannee State can buy pad and cover sets or you '

this year. We hope to be a successful -!I Friday September 18at 3:00: p.m. Park, Sunday can u.+e old vvoctLjor cctton:: blankets $239.95
v group under her. guidance. I with Mrs Wallace Selph presiding. .. or heavy flannelette) to pal your a
Reporter,,,Linda Fennell "Six FOI'Cl' Ironing board.'Unbleached muslin'!'
An interesting program on Mrs. Clarence and daughter -
I Million Americans": was led by LJtham Hohcomb of Gardener works well to cover boards. | J.O.BURGHCO.
JENNINGS EIGHTH. GRADENEWS Mrs. JaAtes Blair. A*' the conclusion Kansas are spending sometime In NOTE! Zippers will slide smoothly .

of the program,. Mrs. Wallace Okeechobee with their son and if you lubricate:the teeth of slide Jasper Billy O. Burch Phone 792-3801
HI, we have Just started to school
Selph had charge pf the worship brother Mr d Mrs. Kenneth. fasteners: bv ribbing a little dry .
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again and are busy with homework -- -' -
Service with the theme *More than Ford... s sap aCI'OeII'them. -
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and testa. Som e are al ready wlsh- .- t'Jlf. -
Ing school was out again We elected '
officers. which are; President, Lar- // \ Today is 65 Pontiac? Day. ,J. ,



ry Hillhouse Parliamentarian Smith Burnam; Treasurer., ,Secretary vi, .President Larry Wilmer, Myra'lTe'and Herndon, Cecil Sue .?: .2: ,' 1965: The year.of the Quick Wide-Tracks )


Reporter, Helen Carter.. ; ) !
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SENIOR CLASS 117ANCE .. : I.. ."
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The Senior Clastf t ta sponsoring a .... ; I j ,
victory dance after the Lake But ,t ; ; ....

ler ball game.'It will be at the elementary ;.
lunchroom just 'after the -'

game. Stag 35c, Drag SOc, You all

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TUTEN NAMED TO COUNTY

DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ..;.:.'.:
Secretary of State Tom Adams to

day announced the commissioningof

William Robert Tuten Jr., Post R i#

Office Box: 196,' Jennings, Florida, tf

as member,Hamilton County Dove :
lopment Authority. I
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DONALD TAYLOR COMPLETES.

ADVANCED TRAINING r: What do wt moan by "quick"? Just this: A new-all-over Pontiac Pontiac offering a new Turbo rI.MaUc "
Pvt. Donald L. Taylor, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James O. Taylor Jasper, -th ,silkiest, swiftest-shiftin9 automatic transmission you war touched a too to; eager now Trophy V-8

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; I The W.S.C.S..of the Methodist Year QldMan Auburn University undergrade ITS EASY TO TRADE WITH,USt! i:
1- YOl; { ..J Your Scl!oo! \ Church sponsored'a covered kfish Dies -181 Survivbrs,[ stew whose grades for the summer :

supper Friday night. ,Sept. 18, in . quarter just ended gavv them a REifolCK MOTORS .
by M L. Powell .) 'the sch.l cafeteria. The event was place on the Dcon'a Honor Roll WARE .a:,' .)
I to honor the teachers and schol of. [have been announced
School is npw ,well under way have an opportunity to do so. There I|i TRADES
I Included In this number 101': r.vPontiac
ficials. was
This has been annual
and the events of the year are already ;.,will be two classification, cf prizes an I .
I Elizabeth M. Fields of White
beginning to press down for the best floats In the parade this event for a number years.It Spr Cadillac I !
Iings i School of Engineering.. Tempest ,
gives the .
community a' chance to ,
Two of There will be I
upon us. our first extra curricula .year. a first and second '
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events are the Miss J, H. S. I l prize for student organization meet and visit with the teachersand Bring Your Title Clean Used Can +f j:, t >,
I ''-.zf. -." Contest and the floats and'a first and second prize school personnel= Mr*. Beverly yeares. They had t sons and 6 (I,' .,.. r! ,
f )\ Foot; Ball Game. for patriotic, civic and fraternal Bullard President of( ,the ,W.S.C.S., daughters 5 of them still living VALDOSTA, GEORGIA <. ,
I In order that floats. First Prize will be $10,00 ard introduced:!' Mr. Allison, principal of He was an accomplished: fiddler ,
.. i Miss J. H. S. the second prize will be $7.50. Co- the White Springs School, who In ands l played many beautiful ." tU .
.' r may reign over mmerclal entries will not compete! turn introduced the teachers and violins but said he liked his own
\ vs, (the homecoming for prizes. We are asking that their families. Other Invited guests 'mnkins.' in Parts and Service .
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that attended Included Mr He
festivities it Is every Interested organization: bethinking and Mrs was always ready for a gOd;
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necessary to hold "sand planning now if they John Hart. Mrs. Grace Stephens Jcke or laugh. He enjoyed excellent '
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'.1 I ,'II. !this event prior plan to have an entry in the parade II i and Mrs. Helen Dail. health until about a year ago,when Balers Rakes Mowers Cutters'Ford :
his health fail. Besides his
r f' to the homecoming The Homecoming Parade Is tpon Reporters : began to
Contestants Paula Allison and Sue Hill. I widow he leaves one son, four dau- Corn Harvesters
game. sored ,each year byt the Student Tractors -
tor the Miss J. H S. contest Council of the ached Appropriate house. j "ghters 50 grandchildren/ 96 great I :
are being selected this week. committees have been appointed to i. 'Igrandchlldren, 15 great, great EASY TERMS SEE. ". .. (1)
The contest will be held in The Jasper plan for this annual event, Sadie this week end should be cne'' of the I __ grandchildren and 14 great great, : I r
High School Auditorium on Cox Is chairman: of the parade j I[high lights of the ,entire season, I Uncle 'Sim' Eli Bryant of Gaines (Igreat.grand children.
Thursday Evening October 8. The entry committee. Those who desire j I[,Our chance of participating: in the.I ville.F lorlda died at the age of 109 Most of his farming! was hel-crop': suwANNEE, VALLEY
Homecoming Game this year will to have an entry in the parade: will Suwacmee Conference Championship on Sept. 160f Hels survived by his ping for land owners. At the time of
be played on Friday Evening Oct. notify her on or before WednesdayOct. I, will depend largely on the outcome widow Aunt Lisa'' who is 104 They the War between the States, while
ober 16 between the Jasper' Bulldogs 14. Other committees are work I I[I t of this" game.We feel that were married 88' yetny, lie leaves still a small boy, his mother took _I TRACTOR COMPANY .
and the Mayo Hornet Ing'on the selection of a theme and i|,both Lake Butler and Jasper have i 81 docendants. him on a trip with her to Live Oak .
Along with the Home Coming for the execution of ,the parada, '\,great potentials in tWlMe WhTf!! T 'Uncle.Sim' v/as t>of .livStaten- ,Fla, and it happened to be the (by ,11 Jasper Phone 792-6551 .
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Game will be the Jlomecomlng Od.: 14.We year Both are as good or !better: I vflle Ca, 1.1 ;:: His parents were after the battle at Olustee. :The
Parade which: we )hope to make feel that these home coming: i,thin'they were' last year.and those [ James and Kljrbeth 'Uryant of.''train stopped there for the passenger
the best ever this year. We have gomes and parades do !much to bol who attended last year's.game will to look around and he could t
had wonderful coot oration for the ster the school: irlt of both the stu remember the thriller we had then bro-ther itili remember the dead lying around -
lasts|; few years t in connection: .with dent body,, and the community: at with a 7-6 score in favor of Jas- .
this parade and we hope this 'year large. They certainly do 'much to per. This Friday night shouldr be a family I''I" Uncle Sim'' like to hunt and
will be no exception. An "over' all bdlster the spirit'and morale of the nother thriller and the next home per from Statenvllle./ He always fish. He has a host or relatives too .
theme will 'be selected: during this team. If the results of our opening'[ ''I game after that will be our homecoming I said he remembered! one spot in numerous to name in Hamilton Co. Do .
I week and will be anounced to the game with Dunelion is any indication affair with Mayo. So let's (particular, that was on 'Sugar Among these are a nice, Mrs. Llda o yov
t public and soon as the theme is our prediction now 'is that plan now to be on hand this Friday Creek' where it Joins the Suwanneo Harbuck, Her daughter and family j
chosen. Every class: and! student 'we are going to haves, very successful night and let's. look toward our I River, Mrs. Adina Simpson Also Bryant,
organization of the school &;every season this ear. Our boys 'greatest Homecoming game'on Oct While living here he met and Pete, and Sherwood Miler, his
patriotic, civic and fraternal organl! merit your support. If you have 16. Nothing pulls a community any married Eliza Lee in 1876. The way great nephews, and Mrs. K. P. n anaoa
zation of the community will be In-t'not bought your season ticket, be more closely together than a genuine : he told it 'Parson Hanlon Che Yates his great niece.
vlted to enter a float or an entry sire to see a member,of the Boosters Interest in their school.: Let's shire' of the Methodist) church married Huneral services were held FrI.
into the parade. Any, business, or I I Club before Friday of this show our solidarity by backing the them. After about 20 years In ;Simmons Baptist Church near
commercial concern desiring to''week. The game between Jasper Jasper High School and the Jasper, they moved to Alachua Co. where Citra. Burial was In the church
have an entry In the parade will .and Lake Butler on our home field Bull Dogs. they), ,lived .most. of the remaining cemetary.r" find out Take(use the how time easy to It Is.

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PAGE SIX THE JASPER! NEWS. JASI'CK._ FLORIDA I Friday, September 25, 1965

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tomorrow: r--The c. :IX Barters spent the week i Lyndon B. Johnson leads comfort-I.it-;::; ; Lawyers' Convention in Jr spent a few days at Boca Ro-

What are frail? Spring b'Jouornl],end with thwn !1 abty In.the presidential contest :Albany on the vcckend. ton last week.
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:t What are' deep? The ocean aNt WUTLAa to I ;oi.1o years, court* decisions> Word comes that Marian Vickers From the "Hendrlcks Messen.
t yoiuth: ,, A BrtU H'eWiMt eampatgn is have been giving criminals and I daughter of Mr.-and Mij Lour ger over in Jacksonville.
@Lk.I'jtS C. G. Ruultt. over Urrtn tt, l''''fd t States coun new headaches to police and law I I Vickers of Jacxsonvllle pledged Chi There is a: quality; In our church
tit "U aU wt'rea1n' and never nun; rrari.'Ttii xv* 'U Oct 13. The abiding citi&tu. I Omego scoroity at Brenaw last rMt: Is a must for any church if it
( No bow could span th* hut; cv\ll K'it v* Kw.. tabor Is a. Basic trends: To er:and:: ? tc week Is to succeed and that Is Frientfll-
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It all wtrc sun and novtr rain. hewt ttl P* a \the Oottrva'tl''tfl rights of criminals restict the po.' I
T ere'd: be no rainbow tUT I Mea\ In \b Mach ( '' \ areS lice make convictions in local I II Mr. and !Mrs Raymond Camp, : Continued on Tags 7)
Wistine Gcurttna R wse4W' t.a +,wiW,, ttatehkttary. C naer.valtr .. trill easily upset in Federal couras
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I' y Vkai.Hest T..r.1.4N1s taw4 "ttvwvlAAittteaitwl I so says a government lawyerThere ,

" METHUSELAH I' \ FOR SALE
When the news came on Sept. 10( pastor, but lived only a short time V 'k PA4A ct the must.; are many who think that
that Rev. Mr. George Oldham had and Mr Oktiam again became' pas Methuselah ate what ht tuwtt tsst eb+ttt tt e+,liwa "; i the \1, ; 'I'M.''the federal court and the Supreme

died, friend walked and talked tor and served' for two years until his plate; and never as rvp s rlardrw I *. 1MrA1 IrtI rNw'.tk' ,4 '**.'MI I.
more quietly remembering the tall Rev. Ed Montgomery Jr. came.
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lately figunrvho lived among the The Okfliams continued to live I DM he rd th* mns*oft eel 1\ >*M MM the wtr" +N vide' Menctamcs Mrytle White Maiie I have one four wheel Corn Trailer, all steel,

Jasper: people for many years. in the old Montgomery home and cvuntHe I I v0athaAe -. Q+iVMp ...\ Oonlnlv and Sonya f pulmer of
George Oldham became pastor of were a vital part of the Jasper lieaIQ't ate bcuw* urtw\l h wMC** at a**%* *W a \h wb.. .Jacksonville have returned l from aYcMlon. complete with tires without body. Built for body: 6
the Jasper and White Spring Presbyterian community until fUness was such: I )I i,r 41VAA etew.. Nf\ti+A PS' 4 iA'" IINMttaQt i|' They took a cottage atflalkrwny
Churches in 1945. He had that they moved to Reidsvilte North sat bsc !: 1'hl' tttt%, Yiv A1r WM etrikhevtJb Gardens, swam, visited feet wide 12 feet long and 38 inches high. Built this
Tte think hwlfCji!>c tot ttva s++ I'
been pastor of churches in Virginiaand Carolina to live In the home of )InOkbam'a h saw M W1 wI+ It\'''' ii4 w' n.iti 'Warm Spring; and came home by
North Carolina before coming sister Mr*. Daniel-) fat ar a ecs a vl'; aA l +rin ... a kWhte f.* 't ttaa,1 wtty of Aalabam for customer that cannot use because of the Hurri
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to Jasper, a year ago
;!, > He married Miss Mamie LUa Rev. George Oldham 'fell m I t* fto.\ 'tINn I :ft n.'tU' Mh+t t @al call ttiwqt4WPM1Mi1i1. 1'WVMtth. tot blankets at night. Sonya cane. Price $249.50. Will sell to first buyer for shop
ttamlwttilLM of txwuAtOna ee \W th drtvtnir. It,was a real vaca-
Montgomery In 1947. There was 'a sleep" September 10. 19M and was Msfcrakfit **** W kit< *tf .. !I\tktts-alt work or problems! or what, cost of 19625. Will build body for cost of materialand
season of activity In the church- laid to rest in the old family churrh dwwwt ae.altted -.,. .
i seta tunqr ; Nil. "kit st home
the congregation grew end the yard 50 miles from ReidsviQe. on A4c0.h1A thlat t Iflti. ;dtyt+M4. I teat :
if don't need it
ever Mfr years N labor. Nothing is a bargain ,
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manse was built and an addition September'12 He lived a good: We V t ttbwve !
made to the old Presbyterian and are they who honor the V 6 .t v, Mrs \'. 't, LAW is in Hamilton ,
many : .i haul and other ,
if need trailer
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Church.: of this quiet county icn-: +a %s't memory ,
These and Leman. 'TB left JOt lane fee SMKA eves; 'I t fr vt tV r.. She Is some better. but'
were good years ribbon a* a dsast able 1 1f farm products this'a bargain.
and L 'bitm. titaCttt lsrlwa rwattwtTs IK* to go honw%yet.f
happy years for the OkBiams I Tie&teeQlea aysata to .. ttwlaaltatsatk-ova 11p to I f f 'rMe [ ," ..* M '
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the congregation.At What are heavy?, Sea- and and P. D. McMUliLEN'HlEast :
Thebews IBat auntmU roanThe
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the age of 71 Rev. Mr. Oldham sorrow; \ ,
bps mthd thee U m lass veaZaatwat bat treed parents f and able after .
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front fear vt three dn.wsee. I I several days at Pineview because !
Then Jt seftjy to nthM . of hip injury. .. Oak, Florida
That must have been tn* swat Some lUki: won't tutee this i *
I But how he set I know not ..Mras tM t *J sweep ot the'I' Attorney ..J M:.. Orval'Druryl I Phone 362-2714

There seemed % purple site mUh West studies show that and Mr. and Mrs Jack. Vlnson-' -- __I

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ctrl' S 11 t f fA dominee side In grey NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO SPEND!

|Put\ eently up the evening bars
it know And led the flock away" 1
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I to neatest A CREEDby -0" ,,'Just S.v. Your Money. At First Ftdaral, Savings & Loan Association. of Valdosta and. Rcccivo
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:1\ b 1)) ti ,, let us tell you1Vi I There brother is a destiny; that makes APPPRECIATION GIFTS FOR SAVINGS :

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He reads deep think ,books, takes .:.! : FOR FOOTBALL GAMES, AUTO TRIPS, BETTER HOMES &
III v AND THE LIKE. GARDENS NEW
,I. I religion seriously politics and self improvement t iTWO-UIT'ERM SUIT BAGANDLADIES COOK BOOK

He is a Christian Scientist. lIe DRESS BAG The favorite of over I million
'The"two-suiter for men has full Full-size Hobnail PerituftBEDSPREAD homemakers. 20
\. neither smokes non drinks. He pro chapters cover
length zipper on both back and front,
cooking from basic dolls to
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with golly
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gosh; got .
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he said "damn" his friends thought dresses or coats. Both made from Made of White Pre-Shrunk Chenille photos. Wachabl' covet and
the walls were about to come tumbling attractive Navy Blue Virgin Vinyls. tab indued. t
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from Percy his got Chicago-born his enel'letic"nature mother who (' Any of the above gifts may be yours for a new savings account of $300.00 '

Is 71 and only recently gave up her I .. or more or for the addition of $300.00 or more to a savings account already -I*

Dryer-209.95 Washer229.95EASY bicycle ._ in existence. j ,

It's his family life that Intrigues t
TERMS- me to the point of quoting "His
first wife Jeanne died. They had I!
3 children Later he married Lo-
fj. r. rain Guyer. They have 2 ch }&>en. 1\ ;
The Percy's live in a splawllng'lakefront
house In Kenilworth north of
I Chicago. There is swimming in the t 4
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(We like to start the day with a

song.) Bible Study, prayers, discussion ,..
1 periods* cycling, speed
."L reading projects, games and story 1 _I I
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Larry Gale Law who graduatedat SERVICEIn
Jasper High in June has Joined the graceful Belinda
I"I the Air Force and is taking; his I Star Pattern. You'll use
1 basic training at Lackland Air base I it often LADIES ALL PURPOSE

at San Antonio, Texas HANDBAG ...
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; visit Just Billy before and Susan school opened and theirchildren to p.r l,: INr teD ". Gifts

IncludingCASSEROLES-
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, I around the Army-a Captain at 26 is quitea Lightweight holds full Are available on a whileSALAD SERVER SET. A

I i record. . I I' gallon wonderful out they-last basis beautiful and useful set
door utility. for your salad bowl
Milton and Sara Kelly and little
withlour Gar daughter live at } .astace. Milton is F.
'.I teaching In the High school there. I Any of the above gifts may be yours for a new savings account of $150.00
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(ujg131Q; '& provement.This new*' ed the funeral ; JASPER JUNIOR CLAM MEET.I J. R. E. Lee High SOPH SEZ SWEET SALE ''"
; 1' program cosponsoredby 1 Mrs. Glenn Scarf is expecting all Our
the Florida Federation of Garden ww I M I Sophomore boys helped lead ,
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family home this weekend
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bPs News joun team to victory 9itur'day.pite. Jasper High School
Clubs, Inc, and the
eU-o "-() Improvement Fund cf Community Sears is Jennings.idThe' The Junior Class of Jasper High (They are Jim DeVane center": E t- Freshman class will be selling$ *
i At Seniors had their first meeting of the 19W- (Guidance Department) dy Wynn, left end Ray Driggers, sweets in front of Dodge and Duke
i\ ,, -- designed to and stimulate all.
invite
held their first meeting thli week Recent studies have these Furniture ,
6S school year. First business was proven |defensive tackle. Charles Store Saturday Sept. 26 +
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organizations to cooperate by and! elected the fellow .
participation ins officers material advantages of
a complete .
beginning at 8:30
election of officer which >fe: -4ve tackle am.
were: Teddy Sauls defensive
( from! rage 8)) In an all- ', campaign to>'President Junior Griffin, Vice high school education .
Pit'.ident, Mike Jones: Vice Pres. : center' and Wayne Prine, Come and buy cakes, cookies and
tion accomplish community bcjutllica- President, Billy Laseter, _;..'eta ry Rusty Mickler; Secretary, Paul 1, By the time a man reaches his fullback made bY. Jasper's expert

ness. Ellen Scaff; Treasurer. Linda Bum. Hickman; Treasury Florin Hester r peak earning period the high The score was 13.0ith Jim candy /

Jasper had boardwalks 50 Mrs Coles Bannsrman of ':""i 1 1ihassee 1- ham; Reporter. Elaine Smith; Par ; Reporter Gilbert McGhin. school graduate is making 30 per Bates, a senior making both touch. Reporter, Kathy Webb I
years Garden Club District Director lidmentailan, Jim Bates; Chaplain. The class colors selected 'scent more than the man who dropped downs
ago or to-from "College Hill totown" were and Horace Bates, a Junior(
presided at the and Jim Deas. Red and out of school early DOT CLl'B OFFICERS ELECTEDThe
We were reminded of thatas meeting Gray>. kicking the extra point
Mrs. Russell Alderman Is spon ..< ifc 2. The less schooling a man has
!explained that the de1 :; The
program was team will
the mammoth machines .lifted journey to Hastings newly established DCT Club
1 signed sor. Reporter. Gilbert McGhin had the more likely it Is that he .
to aid smaller cities- ,
concrete walks Friday night .
our to make
way I'' e e will be of Jasper High School elected officer
unemployed at given
for the new road on Carolina' at and den through clubs the-Inachievlng leadership of the local beautiIf gar The Jennings! P. T. A. met Tuesday I __ ___ ____..... ._ time. any Coach Blair Is not only tough on I for the 1964-65 school year.
Central Ave. ii i evening with a good attendance 3. Most good jobs today requirea the football field but also capable: Those elected were: President,
. i of unsightly areas, both president and'was. also hostess '
of trying 'to .promote good study Dennis FladdeWlce ftresi&A, Sandra
Mrs. Allen Johnson Presktetnt for high school graduation certificate
and leaders
Ralph and Sharon Gay and small |I public private. Other key Airs Roy Pafford gave the devotional habits In Biol gy. Cox; Secretary, Jerry Griner
,of Ahe_Garden Clubs of Florida 1963-64 called the meeting to order This trend will become more pronounced ;
Pameta'were here'the stressed the importance of Garden and: Mr. A.B. Tjree was elected and the study. with the coming of the We were sorry to hear of the I Treasurery, Nora Norris; Reporter -

end and attended put'\Vffic.j I I Club mrticirjailon In this uiventlv'needed President for the ensuing year. Jane Pafford Macon automation age and as workers require .passing of Carlene Eudy'a grand Paul Dampier.The .
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..na'of a nurse father. new club Is a type of coo.
-rommunity- tlo more and more basic Understanding
Mrs. Wilmer Bembry with boys General was at home for the weekend The President, Jim DeVane, appointed -, perative training where the students -
of the work
Chet and Scott of Tallahassee visit Mr. W W. Tatger horst, Terntcrl- Mrs. Maud Havener and Mi's I they are doing. Rhonda Beaty, Caroline!! get actual on the job training
I al Dirtotor of Civic and Educational Soon after bade Those of you who did not pass to
ed the Bembrys Sunday. Inez McCall are giving a kitchen, arriving at Macon Burnett Unda firs their preferred
Butler and Mary: employment.
Program for Sears, Roebuck and showe r for Mrs Chuck Butler nee she'was taken with appendicttus another grade last term, du ft be. t 1 The club .
0 S WeUs as the Devotional Committee plans to go to Gainesville
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Wallace Bembry of Tarpon Co from Atlanta was here for the Linda Gay. It will be a unique and an emef'K'ncr'operation was come discouraged, don't say I am I the
24th of October
district
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Springs assistant coach to Carl' '[coffee and urged the cities to vie entertainment in that the guests 'necessary. Her parents went at too old 'to stay In the same grade, 'Wells Mary I for a
{for the in awards be don't ks the Reporter. meeting the purpose of ,e.
$1,000 to givenin teacher fault
say
Adams of the High School in that.I will make'recipes the once. or
on, spot.. A
lecting district officers and
city came by for a short visit with I this statewide contest: He pre. Only the senior girls and their' The late news'ls'that Jane is getting the school Itawcver"what'' this years club activities plan
the home folks I sented i series of along' nicety t you feel has caused you to do un.
.sse I a colored slides to sponsor and a few close friends areInvhted. : The pay checks you lose now'by I We want to express our thanks
.reflect the accomplishments of ':i satisfactory scholastically, feel free staying in school will be made uptime I for
the cooperative roamer in which
CONTEST ANNOUNCED I I ICommunity southern cities in this field of work I Invitations are tut for a Miscellaneous to come In and talk with your guidance and time again In the pay ,.the local business people of Jasper
Deadline for entries is June 1, t Shoer,'honoring Mrs. counselor about the matter. It
; Improvement checks you will receive in the fut have responded In
The District. meeting of W. S. C. j j i Chuck Butler is possible that the problem be assisting with
the;subject: of coffee on Septem I 1963, the winners to be determined Thursday\ Oct. 1 can ure. If you lest"school two or the DCT It is this
program.: type
ber 16 Jn Perry. City officials, gar. 'by a panel of qualified judges selected S .meets in Monticello Sept. 24. j I At the home of Mrs. Minnie alleViated. Don't do as many others three years too soon you will pay of cooperation that makes such
den club presidents, as well as key by the Garden dubs. The='meeting; was changed from Shiver,. The hostesses are: Mrs!dropout and discover too late that for those years the test of your life I I worthwhile a
.' Live' Oak because of the high wat- Glenn Nunn Mrs. Allen Johnson, I leaving school before graduationis program as this sue
members from* a score of nearby Your education {ir'es.There, Is cessful.
e'1-UW\l.\ Mrs Joel HowelL Mrs. Minnie! not smart. You are the one who
communities were given details I 'The twin brother of the 'late Mr. J Shiver, Mrs.: Joel Selph, Mrs Addle will profit,by staying In school and only one thing that costs more than' Mr Leonard Conway Is Instruct.
of a contest offering FIorida'dUesCB&h Jimmy Harrison died last week at The ,Jennings W. S. C. S, met |McC ll, Mrs. Barney Newsome, completing your high school edu. education today, and that is; the or of the .DCT program" ?for the

awards\ for successful projects Alma Georgia. Mrs. Glenn Scaff this week" in the social room of the Mrs. Lawton MicCulley. Mrs. Harry cation Don't be persuaded to leave lack of It In your life.CLASSIFIED. school.
in civic beautification or im, ,and Miss Carol McLaughlin attend church Mrs. Charles Rogers is :Wisenbaker, Sr. I school. before graduating, -
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USED ELECTRIC, RANGES FOR 1AVE;....:.SAVE -SAVE t .

Sale. Good condition. 140$ and 30-gal glass lined water heaters,
beautiful 65
now! the shames for '. ISO. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper I I S74.93: ; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerator $J9.
,r ,. |,85 w.t.; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers
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lit $29995 12-ft. Automatic
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: '! vacancy In N. Hamilton Co or Jasper .

"I '. for Rawlelgh dealer, Full time VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYIn

preferred. Will consider ambitious Live Oak. Florida for all your
;'.",. .. I it part-timer. Many now earning $3 musical needs from organs and
.: ;,\ per hour and up.. .See Mrs.Karl M. plant to. records and record play-
Howe, 101 Shelby St., Live oak. or In. tic
Write RaWlelgh; FA 150 1170' Memphis REPAIRS
Tenn. O16P We repair all type T. V. and
radio. Also Small appliances Manning

. r.I ';."tf1l"4. .. i, LOT FOR SALE: Excellent lot In Radio Set'vtce'Juper. 732(421 -

'6$Omnkt Impal Sport.Stimr convenient location In Jasper. Has tlc

;:-, t been priced at $UOO.* Make us an HOUSE FOR HALE 'IN JASPER,

,'I t It*" longer, lower,:: wldVr:. with comforts that'll. ':Instrument panel t's ft,conversation piece. la 792-4331 offer :for or quick Robert sale.Ehlert.W. I*792-4491 Bryan 794491 Only"$2,000.or Robert See Ehlert W. L.792-4491.Bryan.

S. .. 'man?'an eipenshw car wondering wfaWit .taer.tuat sdmatfei7thing's new right down Registered Real Estate Brokers.tfc< '
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; : leg room up front:Carrel side windows, ta '1ultt.f mootli rwo Is smoother tlua ever < : .
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'* kIP: 1 .- '...,.. :' Motet tie .barbecued chicken and smoked
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1 fJ!. In 3 days If not pleased with strong -
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t j. I liquid, your at FARMERS I
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'' slough off. Watch healthy skin
MONEY for your farm operations
place It. No more itch & blU'l re.1 I at reasonable cost. Terms

Use antiseptic, soothing T-4.L to fit your needs. Loans up to
Powder too -' ;line for sweaty 7 years. Call North Florida Pro-
feet foot order; stays active hi the ,faction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave

skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S Live Oak Tel 362-2588
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Super Sport Coupe LOT AT 8UWANNEE SPRINGS
.Store Front I I For Sale. On the river high and
)Ierc's all that made CJietellg America's mOlt Y3 power that'll make you think W6 stole dome eor Mirrors Keallvered : See
: Chevdle dry, good location only $1,000.
popular new-sized car-plus some new surprises. Connie stuff-which. we did.All told five engine .Tab Enclosure.'Showers' Robert Ehlert, owner. tfc.
ns W.
: ,.".ft... /!!! Like those cleaner, bolder lines like the silky war ,are available from a quieter tix to a Y9 that come Savannah VALDOSTA Ave. CH2-5283:f

i' itrnew ride skims the roads. Like 300 horses < wt '. WANTED
1'M. over choppiest! on strong. .:. .' v -
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))0 ACREAGE WANTED 30 to 110 ,.4 heart Cypress or poet
\, ,c acres, woods or hammock preferred. *thkfc sad a feet long. 4 heart

:? Will buy or swap for place in cypress or llfffatered pout S ft bag
...\ ,' town or where you need 1 0;as I am and I Inches. tWck. Contact m."

Building'Contractor. $.et'me know taper OZQ
,''., what you have. Dan O. Reeves, -

.;. 4y ey.. .. I .. White Springs, Florida.,Call 397- I FOR SALE Codd used MaytagGas
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W.I.. you've laideyes.OD.Dut thrifty is. The big 300-hp V8. You coulcllet be'ldea that saving \. ; 't-';

..&.a= WI difference being that Chevy IVi rasrrelous' mrclian- you money was the last thing we had 1 in mind=if' .* .

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11 ..2r IToV tUt far port with all intenutlonal flaul there. trp to 180 tp arsHaUa la the new Cans .

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6'1 roof, along with more shoulder and Also a flatter riding independent raipentlon, moro, Respectfully ,

4M&tIf., mtrauro room. ADd to go with the racier born responsive steering and wider road stance. ',

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