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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: November 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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PRICE I IOC PER COPY,- $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY. JASPER W FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1964 _. VOLUMN 95, NUMBER 40:
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Minutes- Meeting Girl Scouts Have [Hamilton County Suwanjiee BaptistAssociational I Award PresentedOn Great Snakes Alive ''! f,


,Hamilton County Fir&t MeetingThe ,14-H Judging Team S. S. November .S, 1964 the congregation -
of Jasper Presbyterian

,* K :Commissioner .. I I' first Girl Scout meeting was ."Wins First. Place I To Meet at O'Brien'The Church presented an Honorary Life

held'a$( the. Hut'Friday Nov'8 4 *.*..* sWJinee Membership t tle) Women's! Organ ,
Jasper, Florida 3:30 p. m. .t.. A 4-IC Judging Team from Hamilton Baptist Aea&ciattonal !ration o fthe Presbyterian Church,
Nov. 4. 1964 I Mrs. Barbara Jones. Field Ad County was quite successful In Sued*?School will meet at U. S. to Mrs1 Eugene N. AdScks

The Board of ,County Commiss visor from Gainesville helped with winning first place in two Judging I O'Brietv'Baptist, Church November This tribute to her as an outstandIngly
'loners met In regular session today, I the meeting. Mrs. Mary Lou Fine I events recently. The first event in I 16.'at 7:30: p.: m. faithful member of this church : w
'Wednesdar.Nov. 4 instead of Tues :troqp leader and assisted by Mrs. which this team participated and ''Ibere'war be a panel discussion Is represeented by a gold] member
which was election day., Joan Grits served coke and cook' won first place in judging w.i the on'"Ibt Val. e of Training" as the 'st\ip'\ pin and by a printed certifi I
and the following members were North Florida Fair. Tallahassee ; program. *il i cate. She and her husband, Eugene, q

,Jack present Vinson i Guy, Grover McGhln Wheeler.Chairman, Lawton ."'iesflln.. Fine and Mrs. Gritz went bLake Florida October 7, 1964. The second united with the church July 28, t

.f McCulley and Aaron logan:Co, City on Nov 10 to attend an event was the District Swine Show f To Talrt\ 1964 i 1914 and were among Its first ten

Attorney W, A. Drury was also present ,adult Girl Scout meeting for leaders' Monticello, Florida November 5,, members.Mrs. (, I
I *Gtrls may Join any time during: 1964 Agriculture Census Adicks was born In Lake I
The>e meeting was called to order ,,the year. 1 City. Her parents, Josh and Kath- Tr
and opened with prayer by Chairman I Evans Building; Products will be I Members o this team are JIJh.I 'Clans fur,faking the 1964 Censusof I em Lee lived In White Springs 4
McGhin and the following bus! nny C. Allen student,at J.t{ R.Lee 1' Adicks In
cue of the Sponsors. I Agriculture in Hamilton County She married Eugene N. ,
was transacted. j, High School ,J. D. Clay also a r
pew
were announced! today by G. B- McLean 1908. The Adicks' opened a bakery
The Cleric of the Board presenteda student at J R E. Lee High School, '. White .
which served the Springs
Jr. :newly census
full accurate detailed! and com 'Velfare'Yorkers : and Charles Johnson ,a student at *: appointed after which
crew leader for the county.; I community until 1914
plete statement of all receipts, dis- J. R. E. Lee High School, Willie N
Identification 'The job wQl be done in three stages t heyf operated a bakery here. After
funds unpaid Have
tausementa. assets Johnson a student at.Jerry.Jackson
warrants and all liabilities o fthe I School. I i ,the crewf leader saId. First will Mr.. 'Adicks' death In 1933, Mrs.

said County of Hamilton for the CardsWelfare ,I come recruitment, and training ofeismienatotsi AeScks kept the business. going to Y jr

fiscal year endng September 30, The prizes are as follows: At the r to count all farmsin he completion of almost 50 years .

1964. Said report was approved by workers carry identifi North Florida Fair, the team received I the county, About one enumerator of'continued service. For about 42 ..

the Board aria a copy of same mailed cation cards at all times. Any person a silver platter and J10.00 : for''.each, .J3tf;farm* ,'wIn 'Je? years here townfotks and touristsnjoyed ....

to the estate Comptroller who represents the welfare cash for first place, Johnny C. Allen needed. .f* fine baked goods from the ,

Notice of bid In regard to a Trac- department has an up-to-date, official received a silver platter and Shortly after 'Nov mbeX". 9, the Adicks' Bakery.
tor Shovel having been given by identification card; from the 1300 cash for having the highest I Bureau of the Census ;an agency of Mrs Adicks has three sons \VI1-

publication .the Board announcedthey State of Florida Department of Pub Individual score J. D. Clay re- the U. S. Department of Commerce, lam G. and Eugene N reside hereIn In this case. Us touveniers from dead ones. 'P orlda Forest Service-

were ready to receive bids. lie Welfare. The card bears the retard $3.00 for having the second will start the second stare by mailing Jasper. John George who once County Ranger J. W Kelly and Bryant Miller, Ranger ,H. are,shown l

All bids filed the with board the-board due to were the state seal, official signatures, ands high individual score.. The same agricultural tensue question- lived here now resides in Live Oak Inkling the "snake board" at the Hamilton County Fire; ,Control Unit

fact rejected bids by were trailed for on a cash card number. boys were on the Judging:team atthe lairs to all fural boxholders in the ill of them are members of the headquarters on U. S. 41 three miles south of Jasper. This area along' the '

,basis Instead*f .a Lease purchase. District Swine Show Montlcello. county. This win give farm and Presbyterian Church U. S. and ilghway has been known for many years as a "snake crossing", where
agreement basis: The welfare department Issues The team was the high scorer at ranch operators, who are requiredby therefore share in the tribute to rattlesnake cross: the road and the' "buzz-tails" have been killed in

After a lengthy discussion the this notice periodically to warn against this; event for which it received a la win fill out forma a period Mrs. Adicks described above a bundance in this 'locality.> ,The ,first row'of rattles 'on the nard represents -
Instructed the Clerk to re- unscrupulous swindlers who $(10-00( cash prize according to Isaac Bill Van Zant the"nlunher'ofrattlesnaices
board of time to consult thel. records and ; killed In 1958 the second ,row in
advertise for bids for a New Tractor occasionally take advantage of people Chandler Jr., Assistant County A-J till lit the answers to the questions Jasper Presbyterian Church 1959 and ,1960,.the third row in 1961 .the fourth. row. in 1962, and the
Shovel Bids to be opened at by .impersonating a welfare gent. There were several ties In the final stage, enumerators fifth row for 1963 and 1964 thus far -

1000; o'clock a.m. on be Nov. 13. 1964 with worker. nigh individual scorer but the team will visit each farm In the county to Calvary ChurchNews *While! thes.n snakes are' killed throughout the county" said Kelly
Invitation to bid to placed '
the Jasper News for first publication from Hamilton County had the only I collect: the'questionnaires.. At the .. I t'. the : "
November 6, 1964 Tractor Shovel City Council> perfect score. Charles Johnson won I time of the! visit, the enumerator
first place in Showmanship and,will help farmers complete answers
to be purchased on a lease purchase -
agreement with used TD-9 Retains EngineersThe received a stockman's cane as an I to any questions the lumen mi/; A few of the ladles of the Cal

Tractor and $3500.00 as down pay award. The prize money for high have had difficulty with. Enumerator vary church attended .a Leader's
ment. Balance to be paid in two City Council at a special Individual scorer has to be divided visits arc scheduled to begin\ hi Conference at Westwood.Church In
equal annu I pay,ents .the first to meet on Thursday November 5, between all boys that had perfect this county'in November 23. Enumerators Live )Oak last Friday which was I ,
be due Jan. 1. 1966. and the second 1964 retained the Engineering firm scores in the contest so the amount will take about three week. very Interesting and inspiring. 'Also .\

due January. I, 1961. of Russell and Axon of Daytona that,each will receive Is .not avallablt (to complete,' their work the crew met wth Mrs. Ella'McDonald Tuesday -
Motion was made bv Commissioner Beach. Florida to make an extensive at the present. \|leader estimates. night for the regular month!

Wheeler seconded by Commissioner study into the paving, drainage The Censljs of Aglculture is taken meeting: An Interesting programon \
Vinson and carried that the ,The 4-H Boys from Hamilton Co. with' eleven
given
. \'" ..,. ,,County pay to the Chamber of Co- water and sewer, needs of the City entered 'eight fat barrows In the j every five yrvs.ln,the years ending Korea was/ andone"new I ,
member present.:twg visitors
"""" -: 'mmeree'the amount of JWOW for of Jasper"t 4LJ""l slsow.Tnbotthese animal placed, in 4".amv5*? to gather1 jup-to-4.ate "
, then ''memberZ refreshments
'.the purpose of building and entering' This Engineering Study will fat the.blue ribbon class and the other information on.I,the '''nation' agrl I !
a float to advertise ,and! promote reused by the Council to plan' a six wer'e in the red ribbon class cultural: re.auroeA: ) and .production I of coffee and cake were .;. ./'t f 1 _.' t.' >.
.,.' Hamilton County In the Governor's financially feasable program of Inv The blue represents a first place I Such information .la vital In making served! ,t tBoy ,.HOMESIOCBLUES. I morning for an Indefinite stay frAI
Inaugural parade. to .be held In provement fo rthe city-' and represents) ,a second I decision1 affecting many segments c"' 'Langston Hughe"De J Moore fJlaw"( .' Fforidb. Mr. Goof
Tallahassee January 5. 1965. 'start work Scouts. News 1 I railroad 'bridge's<< 3owyer came up to drive down with \0
Board adopted unenamously The Engineers win place, The amount of prize money of the U. S.' economy data gathered
the The following resolution immediately on this project .and to be received for each class Is not ] include they number' and size 4. sad song on dt air her.! Mrs Bowyer a 17. of Fla. A-
RESOLUTION the study should be completed In yet available. of farms, acreage and harvest of I The Boy I Scouts met Tuesday /De railroad i bridges himnl took this opportunity to seethe
BE IT RESOLVED BY 'THEBOARD spproxitnately <4< months. cropi, livestock Inventory, Information night at700; p.rn. at theK'OUUlut, Aad] song in the air Ga. -Fla';game (which he never
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS on farm equipment and) facilities with IS Scouts present. A film strip Ever time de train passI misses);

; Hamilton County Florida en Fish SupperSponsored ,. farm products. sold, and was shown of the phosphate 1rdJ.I .- wants to go somewhere Mr. and' Mrs- W. H BeaU of An
: in regular session assembled meeting and the call herbicide try so that the Scouts will be faml- I went down to de station dalusia, Alabama were weekend
that )ct. 30, 1964 were'read to the Board ByGreenridge i I liar With this Industry as it comes ltflt .heart. waa In nut mouth guests of Mr and Mrs. Joe Sapjx
WHEREAS. The Board of County by the Clerk and approved as read. :to our.County: X. X X They had planned] a visit several
Commissioners received from the The annaul report,of the County Church REVIVAL I A good scoptlng program ii now Looking; for a box car weeks ago but illness detained
State of Florida the IB1of.$337.00 Judge was filed with the Board underwtyi tor, all(boys between the i To roll me to de/5outh- them.
for the Library Fund of said Board not The Board agreed the salary Service and The ladies cl Greeruidge Church I I There will be revival services at ages!of li). and 14..,and all boys in Homesick bluesy! Lawd, Mr. BeaU opened the Bank In
which sum came from a source expense account el the County of God will be serving fish suppers Ifcnson Methodist Church Nov. 16. this jaga grcup.are; ; Invited to joinIn 'S a terrible thing to. have Jasper after the Depression A they,
anticipated at the time of the preparation The officer Board remain ordered the the same following at the church. Saturday Nov. 14, I through Nov. 20th at 'l:00: p m. each the scouting' program. Troop Homesick blues J is were married about that time. Mrs.

of the budget starting at 4:30 m, evening. A terrible thing to have Beall was Mae Reynolds Fallows
NOW THEREFORE, Be It resolved bills paid. p. meetings are. every Tuesday\ night
by the Board of County Com I. All! proceeds will be used on the I The speaker will be Rev, Gul- from 7.00 to 8:00: p.m. i To keep from crying: 'nI .' a niece of the White Springs family

missioners of Hamilton County GENERAL FUND church building Everyone is Invited II I mar Blair. Any fa>ys .desiring information opens. ma mouth. an' laughs.. The friendship began then with the
Florida that said budget is amended Rance A. Andrews Sal. &: Exp. to come by for a delicious Jesus said "I am the'\way, the about scouting can contact .eitherof . Joe Sapps, continues.:
in conformity with Chapter 129 Oct 1964 Co. Agent. .. 329.16 flab supper and thereby help In bur. truth. the life". '. the following Scout master I' Mrs Herbert Waters (and her .ee.
06 Paragraph 2 (d) to add said sum W. A. Drury Sal. Co. Atty Oct 57.78 building program. welcome awaits each of you by Robert ,H, Fisk Assistant' ScoutMaster daughter Mn. Carol Clifton and Mrs Bertel Geiger Carter of

to said to budget be expended and to from appropriate the said SALARY Aaron Hogan COUNTY....COMM......... 117.50 Your patronage will be greatly I'A church and its pastor., Rev. I 'Chuck I Watson or ,Instruc- young' daughter Janle.all of Savannah .", Jacksonville was here Sunday for
same appreciated. W.: Rogers. I visited Mn. Nettle Reid,on the First Baptist homecoming. The
Library' fund! for the budget year Grover Wheeler ...,...... 10397 "Representative Jim Duna- )
1964-6S Jack Vinson ........... 11547 way. The.Jasper Lions Club sponsors the,weekend, Mn. Waters was the Geiger'i lived here many years
Passed and adopted this 4th day Lawton McCulley....... 103.97 the local troop No. 98. former. Mrs. ''J. II Reid and Mn. when Bro. Geiger the father was
ot November. A. D. 1964. I Guy McGhin .., ..... 11337 --I The Scout leaders are fortunateIn Clifton was Mary Katherine Rfld.1 pastor o fthe church Mrs.. CarterIs
McGhin Chairman Isaac dwndler..Jr Exp. .CoL Co.. .. A kind enough to me a visit and
Guy I the al dot three Eagle I, pay
... ........ 85.00J having
ATTEST J. R. Miller, Clerk Anent( October tin Program. November 19 is the date set ,toe bring! me up to date on family news
...... 575.00Ann Scouts / the Scouting
Oct
Sal. "
Miller.
The Board instructed the Clerk to R. from thtt I II I Exhibitionday Donald Carter
Fair and
the Christmas Her youngest son
and I
advertise for bids to drill a 12 Inchdrainage C. Malpas, Sal Supervisor Bill, Dall .Wayne Garraghan I
well in the mud swamp Registration Oct ....... 202.90 s Don Wetherington have been giving by the Hamilton, Co> Home with his family lives in Japan near
area Bids to be on a per foot basisas Margaret Register Sal. Sect to 'Pa .SUrJ I II of their time to provide the younger" Demonstration Clubs. The Maple' Tokyo. He files a B-52 to those
to drilling and casing. County Agent.. .........,. 32.33 l r.. :scouts the bereft o fthe scouting. Grove Club will be host that day\ troubled spots of S. E. Asia and recently
Motion was made by Commissioner Wvlma B White Salary *: Exp. I at the American Legion building I received a medal for distinguished
. experience.
.. 258.93
Dem Agent
Wheeler seconded by Commissioner Home .
and carried that Ethel G. edge.SaJ. Sect to tlcepeDam. I I I I White Springs performance. .
Hogan
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w the following( resolution-..adopted Agent.. .. .. .. ., 83.14 I FLORIDA ''FOREST tl' Mrs Ruby Hickman stopped for .
t BETOMJTION' O O. Edwards.'Sal. Mat St a visit with her children the Jim Rebecca and Max DeeVane named
Whereas the Board.;of County Atty -....................... 8.93 I 'SERVICE, REPORT Hickman's one, day. '.last. week as Jhelt.little boy. Robert Max s+
Commissioners'of Hamilton County: Wm. Randall Slaughter Sal. St. Real and reliable wisdom Includes age that was I think we win find she returned from Montgomery,,I well. i
Florida have determined that a Atty ..................... 1656 I the knowledge Hamilton County reports
Eva Akins Sal Sect to Circuit: Jn| !
and hazardous traffic fleam Is asst.
dangerous condition exists. at the intersectionof Judge' ..............:...... 26.79N. and cur own.. When I .employ In direct relation to our discovery I the following forest fire Information I Billy Pennlngton in t
High
the phrase '..knowledge of God" I of the defection in whichwe FORMER BARN LOT Librarian at Hlllaborough
State;,Road Number ,& State H. William Sal. Up-Keep \ I for the County thru 8 a. and!
Road Number 141 as a-result: of Yard ........................ 41.57 mean not duly the Idea that lIe exists are all Involved How much dignity ,m for the Month of October. : Marie Van Doreen Tampa ,a school of 2100 boys
traveling State Addle Mae Smith Sal. T. C. but also an understanding of I can there be In a life that subverts Number of fires past month 1. : from Dlaxjia 1834 | girls. Billy majored In Library
automobiles on .. ............ 97.87 fence here to return to F
.
Office .. Him that His glory and "Once there was a I Science and plans
promotes Jan.
Road Number 6 at high rate ofspeed God's work and ,supplantsHis ;I Acres burned. 1. Fires since : '
Kenneth Daniels Sal. fe: Exp Serv. And the earne' and tried -- S. ,U. after Christmas to work on
And when I the grass '
through said Intersection our benefits. use I purposes with lower deslnsfllow 1 this 30. Fires same period.
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Officer Oct .. ..... .... 15397 ,,1 year the
from pasture- his Masten degree.
and. term 'knowledge ourselves"o I of original nobility burned since Letnlng .
Betty' R. Mikell Sal. Clerks T A. much our ; last year. 55 Acres I ,
Whereas ire 'laid Board finds Office ... . ....... 10187 hare In mind only the results of self-j has survived our treason againstGod's January 1, this year 84.4. Acres bur To get Inside. I famflyof which there). 1,
that area, surrounding the said William Kyser Sal Vet. .... 511.47 examination but also the reflection person and our subversion of ned same period last year, 207.3. But colt feet trampled- It, The Vickers
Intersection a congested area Charlie Goolsby Sal Janitor 187.90Jldlsn which .appean'' when we presentour I His of life? Turning It brown; U a goodly tribe had a reunion recently
andMurtlCstef-Te\ : >--4lancer can Sal. I way Until the farmer moved at Lake City at the surbur-
Wood C/D before the mirror of
be eliminated-try? : .rr Wbtlng: the, Director .... ............. 113.37 I person. .I Do we dare look into God's high- GEORGE E. EHUNO RECEIVES I And the fence fell down ban home of Mrs. Touchton who
sceed limit-through'; hif .intersection Scripture.The. mirror? If we dare not if PROMOTION
fidelity
A. Comm. Drew
Kenneth Tuten T. Then bird saw was the sister of the late;'
) tD'a maximum,pee4 of...fortyflve(4.m11ea..pethour. October ..... ... ........ .401.00 I I "dignity man" Is a popular I!we are to proud to look we shall I I It George E. Ehllng, son of Mr. and I IJofrl. Under any the wire Vlckers. The crowd numbered; about
: Walter H. Davis salary main. 23.09 topic of today. That man has in t always have a distorted image ofourselves '
Therefore: D* .thattM..14 Nov weD Charles A. Day of 5213 flaxen I Gras nibbling) inward \200. V'J
iereby'requueesti John H McCormick Salary himself enough ability as as We shall
In mind. !go on
Board the County Judge ............ 625.00 virtue to conduct himself unto the conduct I St., Long Beach. California has Like green fire.' . ,
the actin ga sthough we can first and' Mn. Jack HoHoman
State Road Department to erect been promoted to airman Mr.
recessarv signs to reduce the lawful COUNTY INDIGENT best of all poslble lives Is a prevailing ourselves unto the best of all OI-l class In the U. S. Air Force at Pope I Mrs. IMI& Kalmar of Savannah spent last week end In Jacksonville

speed limit through said inter Mrs Mae Long ...........,1500 view now. Any speaker Bible lives as we are. We N. C.Airman recently spent a few' days here with :visiting the Mike Adicks and
.......... 10.00 writer conversationlUt who mag lAm, t
or the of children
section to ft maximum speed ofFortyfive Louise Cribbs never have dignify U an aircraft Johnson- Mr. Kalmar and taking In the Ga.-Fla.
(45) miles per hour and Eva Lee ............. 15.00 rifles human goodness and Ignors ,of pod. EWing the Myron son Buck
the said Board hereby directs the Ida Mae Smith ............ 10.00 everything" else is applauded' How loadmaster in a unit that supports was on a business trip to New York. Kame.. Going In the party for the
Clerk to mall a copy of this resolution Mrs. Frank Miller ........ 12.00 prone we are to enjoy soothing i I To reject the truth about ourselves the Tactical Air. Command mission Daughter Kareri a Junior at'Emory game were Buck and his date.
to the State Road Department Mrs Roscoe Cooper ...... 1500 flaterles and to listen with unguarded Li u foolish as rejection of the of providing firepower'an other University this summer had a tour Miss. Beverly Hutlman.
of Florida at Its office in Lake Jimmie Candy ,........... 10.00 I. I'truth abou God. God is who He is air support to U. S.Array forces of Russia. She took many pictures The'HoUomans got back homo
......... 1200 delight as our dlglnity extolled
City.Approved Florida.and adopted) on. thin Arnie Ret 4e Mae HoUoway Whitaker ... ... 10.00 to the point of worship.But and we cannot change Him. And we I The airman ta graduate School of attend Put of ..the: country ,and the Jife there. on: ,Monday. >

4th day of November, 1964 Marv Cox ... ............. 10.00 But how do we appear standing are who we are no mateer what I mount (Calif.) High Junior 1bes! .j,picture we understandhad *
Guy McGhin. Chairman Carline Mitchell'' ._,....... 10.00 erect; before the mirror of Scripture self-deceptions we employ As a ed Compton (Calif) College. to be developed there and t WUmer .nd 'UtwIa.Dembry; with
Board of County Mn. Henrietta Craig l .... 10.00 I ? Is the image outstanding be- contemporary poet has truly laid" I He Is marled to the former Jeannl4A. opened before she could bring them sons. Chet and Scott of Tallahassee

OJmmfss Hamilton Mrs Katie Bass .;....... 12.00 cause of bold sharp reflections: of the man that Ii win shadow the man Smith daughter of Mr .and .out '.j. I spem, several days last week with ,.
County, Florida. Blandena McLain .......: 12.00 that pretends to be." Mrs. Leon< Smith of Ht. 1, Staten-t
of dark
because ignoble
ATTEST: J. R. Miller. Clerk EXPENSE COUNTY' COMMISSIO-. nobOity refractions or that overshadow the Im Bill Van Zant villa Ga. Mrs. Florence Ryan left Sunday '(Contlnuea on Peg ,3)C) ,
The minutes of the )last regular NTJIS.:

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PAGE TWO THE JASPER NEWS November 13 1964
JASPER FLORIDA '. I Friday, ,
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I hydraulic brake Mechanical T. !>.... IfarrvaRrvMvae
i parking, brake) on prop, ihkft. and Peat Office- OBITUARIES '
I .fflum'illHth1i'u rower steering ,II. Address ..... ., .?
I r:4ub'J' '
ply tire. ; diesel en. You are hereby required to GAS GAGS'* UwLC/aA &*
gins with Hot less Iliad -eve noise tike notice thtl'ft' worn Petition fqr fc. PETER LESTER,YOUNG
l I power rating a* recommended by fh* AdonttonriJanice Marie'Miller, '

irt ,THFcimcciT!! COURT (s..I'f, the Clerk, of Circuit Court) t., the minufartprerY. Machln..Pri"Iw It ,have tax Hi"rlekner. who U alleged to be.your natural ItMl Pet r lester; Y pig,,.69, .re 1dent I'M UXMON4 FCC ACOMBTVUMA HAVE ICU 100KeD AND 1pOKED NAME W VIOU AT J(?
VHIKK I '. II childtoy 'Vman el. Flnle and of Jasper died Nice A MI/tIZOR,
JUI>I\JIAI. CiKi-ui'i Oct. II, ',0 .Nov. 'I*** than 11.000 lb*, lifting or hie wife, Itnth Tuesday'morning in FORAWUN4MAM. p4fo
COUNTr.IH ANT ;FOR FLOHIUA.HAMILTON,I t'" "1(000 lb*. operating capacity a* proceeding Flntey.being the the legal purpose adop ofskid the State ,Hospital. Survivor are MVPRETTYP
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howir manufacturer
IN THK KfhCUIT COiniTOP on fpec. lion under the. hews of the Slots of four
IN CHANCERY c aughters.Mrs. Willard Fen-
THE THIRD.JUWIALCIRCUIT and all standard equipment. The
Florida ofh
.ltd child
minor
OWBNS-IL.UNOI.S. Ohio UL.ASS COMPANY IN 'ANJ> FOILHAMILTON above i. b* hown by manufac- the. said' Petitioner I by and Mrs. Charles Goolsby both
a corporation : .3
lot
rintntitr.POUTI1RASTERN COUNTY.FLORIDA. : turer'i speiluations.TitADH Now. therefore, "U 'he tald I Jaaper. Mrs. Eugene Naranjo ; tsFq
-IN
Donna Harcu; a* lh.....tural motherof PEOPLer3etx
PETROLEUM'. I* CHANCtinY.M. each: bidder t-. state I price netrash said minor child ate hereby commanded Junction City; Kansas; M.... El- ,
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y COMPANY, a Qeurrla. Corporation f\U'\1J : UKAiriUA\I rialnllft I trade In with of Used oonalderktlon TDSt tractor and for to be and appear la the .*ldCourt'and wood R. 'Coleman New Orleans,
et al. rash down at the qoiir.-hnun*, In Jae- 1 a. Fur: Herschel
iasoo.00 :
a* payment tons, Young,
Defendant: per In the Clerk.* Otrl.t! Jasper,
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fiKltAlluiSH
ORDER TO APPKAK AND : PAT BRAt'CIIAM. with umou i to p..y off balance Florida Oskdale La. A. L.
1".I"t,.:.tOTIU1 In I aqua annual payment en or before' the Tin day Young, Jasper,
NOTICE TO DEFEND First due on Jan. 1. of December 19A4/ai how cause William E. Young. Chapel Hill N.
!* TO nr.Fr.xu payment
IN THK NAME: OF THE a TATE OF why said
petition should not be
FLORIDA: IV THH > *MR. AM IIV THR. A':T. 1.u.uu, led, payment due on Jkn.. granted, and thltt you cause to b* C., Norman Young U Si Army San Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PL'ONEoYeamore
TO THH DEFFINDAST8: BnitTH uoltlTtcOP THH STATE OF FLORiDA served oa the Petitioner' Antonio i
: Bid to be filed In the office of the attorney Texas. Several brothers
EASTERN, PETROLEUM COMPANYOeorgia / TOt 1ICIIALDII FAY F. B. Hkrrell. at his office PER CYLINDER
Clerk of Circuit before at Jasper 1
Court on or 2-S001
RHArORANU. CkantbtlM Reed, and sisters Including George W.I
Florida,
e. oorporatloa, Valdocta ten o.olock ..m., Npvember 11 11114. copy of such" pleading.Wltnee 1
Otortlf' the unknown heir, devlieen .Mewphl. Trmmtr. Th. Board of County Comnilmlonr my hand and the Sea) (, Young of Jennings. 19 grandchild CASH ON 6ELIVERY:
) Bill f CeaipUUt havlsgbe.
levatee* and a-rantee of Fred .JV..ewes tiled la Ibis Ceatt> ...1..t Jmm, reserve tile right to reject any of said Court on this the 10th day ren .one great grandchild- wasa .
O. SCOTT deceased the unknown of .
: October A. D 19" ,
all bid
h.lrl. devlKee, lenateee had .rant- the relief therein ....*. bring\ 41'naMrer 'j or veteran ot World War I. _
I .... .e BOARD COUIfBT .COMMISS .US %Jc.R Miller ,
+ pre.* otD1ERLZCQ17.. deceaseddhsunknowu ; y- Yes'sr..b.nMt.rr..Nrd' ION ta<$. HAMlLT0'f : 1 I' *of'Clrclit Court services I HOLLOWAY'SC
heir, devlieeii, andgrantee. said rnm>lalB< ea .r kefvreIk COUNTY; Funeral will be held Friday -
legatee 37th day e r 1o*.....r. 1IHII, r.,- FLORIDA. Hamilton C.ynt", Florida
of JAMES DRTDEN 8COTT 3 in the of
.UklagW., J. Wl..... Jr.. Live by J. n. )11I1.,, Clerk Nov. I, 11, JO, 17 at p. m. eChapel
deceased FRED TURNER SCOTT
: .w..._ Nov. 6, It T. Reid Funeral Home.
who.. l last known address I* Tulsa, Si' r. at7, FUrMa.Plalatlrr Harry
: Oklahoma If living and If dead, his .U....,.' espy thereel eeee IN CIRCUIT. COURT Interment will be in New'Hope
unknown heir, d."...... lea-ate. el.. l>err.. Pre t'..<...* will. k* *... NOTICH OP APPLICATION TO THIRD JUDICIAL CIR
p.I I tend against r- CUIT IN AND FOR HAMILTON Cemetery. 1. 5181 '
and srrante* aid A. I' MERRITT VACATR PARTS OF PLAT OF '
O. Box 1101 Kllcor Texk WITNESS mr hand and the offUrln I COUNTY. FLORIDA
A complaint has been filed In th* sent of this Court af .laT". t'MDIVISIOX: OP ''IN CHANCERY C J H01.LOWAyF,
above styled cause against you. You. I Hamilton County, Florida this the I HAMILTON GARDEN. EUW''V BROW*. RARRS IN GREAT
and each of you are hereby requiredto list day of October SOS4. NOTICE! I 11 hereby gtv.u that the Plaintiff
file your answer or other pleading J. R. A rft Clerk of un..I..ned B' the owner of the LAKES, ILLINOISEddie lCLASSIFiEDADS'A
with the Clerk of the Clnult CourtIn Circuit HamiltonCounty land 'Involved will make application IIELEV BROWN I '
and for Hamilton County, Florida, Fla.,,br Alice Jones. to Ih. Board of County Com Defendant/i L. Hartrs. Jr.. 19 .sae of
and 1 to serve a copy thereof on Plain. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk mi.*lonr* of Hamilton Count IN THE NAMK AND BY TIfF '
turn attorneys,,BHANNON.IBROWN' lot. 10, KoV, (, 1JU. ItU Florida, at theif office In the Courthouse AUTHORITY OJl' TilE STATE Mr. and Mrs. Eddie L. Harris. Sr of V1&-SA VE-S A VE HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by

KXCHANOH NORRIS AND BANKBUILDINO.t.VOCELLE: STATE. regular at meeting Jaaper.to Florida be held, at theli'. OJl'TOl FLORIDAr Helea Br_...., ...... resides r. LN. Florida has begun basic train- 30-gal glass lined water heaters day week or month. Alapaha
NOTICE OP BID on Tue the Naval Center
.. .. ing at Training
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA, an or before j Notice l. hereby given that, the day December let, U". for leave Newark 4 address, New! J.4WM...,..aterliag Street Great Lakes 111. $[74.93; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189- Motel. tfc
the toth'day-of 11(4.
November
Board of County Commlacloner will : to cancel and annul certain portion
and If you will fail b to.do elrCd.: Deere* ProConfea.o I![I receive, sealed bid uatll 10:00: o'clock : of that certain eub-dlvlolnn' map and A sworn exhibited bill of against complaint you la havingbeen this The time-week training Includes 93 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers Bt.'ILDING REPAIRS PAINTING
against you ..m. on Friday, November 11, 19 for the relief'demanded la the Com i for the following: and recorded In Plat Book No. Court relief In therein the above sought styled bust cause divorce, the naval orientation history and or- S199.93$ ; 473 lb., Upright Freezers : Carpentry or Roofing-will sub-

plaint.This brought by OWENS I One (U) Twelve (IS) Inch drain- I I t at page 1 thereof of the public you are ''required to appear to aW ganization seamanship ordinance ,239.93; 47-lb.. Upright Freezers I'contract. Call Gene Turnbell 963-
D:8 I age. well to bo -drilled approximately I record of Hamilton County Florida complaint on or before December 14. first 2921 Wellborn
ILLINOIS COMPANY, corporation and gunnery, military drill 12ft. Defrost N27p
a Automatic
five mile Southwest of and located In Section 1, Twp. 1 11(4, furnIshing to Plaintiff attorney I'i 299.95; ,_
der the law organised of the Stat and existing of Ohio Jaaper. Hid to be on a and p.r 8. R. l -Kfc.t, and will at laid time a A. Avrlett Jasper Florida, a aid end survival. I I: Refrigerator with 91lb. Freezer I USED ELF=rRIC RANGES FOR
bail I
foot to drilling
un'j
the purpose of partitioning the a* and place ak that the vacation of copy of your Answer else decree During the training recruits
gas and mineral rlarhta In. under caalnr.Included.All other cot to b* ouch portion of said plat b* grant pro.confeo will b* entered againstyou. celve tests and Interview, re-I $249.95 w.t. 5-year warranty at : Sale. Good condition. $13 J and ,

upon Hamilton the following County. described Florida, to-wlti land In. Rid y -to-b.' filed In the office of the eel return and the thai en permission Id land to be acreage granted and to Wltnea tny hand and official seat determine their future assignmentsin 1 I I Manning's Radio Service, call 792- $30. Mannings Radio Repair Jas '
Clerk of Circuit Court on or beforetea of this court this 11th day of November I tfc
b hereafter Hated Jasper
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH thai they may on the ,
the Upon completing
o'clock a.m., November II, 1114. Navy. __
11(4.
A.D. I '..' ,
RANGE If EAST the lax roll of \ld county by beingde.rribed -- -- -
Section 171 W% of SWk The reserves Board the o( County right to CommUiloaer reject any according to the Govern J. Clerk R. MILLER Court program they are assigned to. ser- ;For Sale: To the highest and best VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYIn
Section III SH of SMj 1 NE % of or all bid. neat Survey thereof instead *f In (SEAL) Circuit vice schools for technical training, 'bidder for cash: Pole and saw mill Live Oak. Florida for all
SEW your
lots rnblock* a* they appear on
Hoard County Commissioners .
C. for on-the
Section III NBK 1 Hamilton County Florida the Raid/ map or plat. Plaintiff A. Avriett Attorney or to ships and stations I[ timber and hard wood for pulp musical needs! from organs and

Section Said land Iii| NH containing of NWU tit acre, by J. It. Miller: Clerk Dated ar Jasper, Florida" on thin the Nov. 11, 10, Ii. Deo 4. 11 job training in a Navy rating spec-.wood. piano to recoil'* and record piayrs. -
Nov. '. 11 Slat day of October. 1814. I
more or toot e e e n. J, Camp Jr.. ialty. 1 See Jessie and Franklin Fouraker tic
and for the, purpose of dividing the I Naval training produces the p0. .
.?no. C. Camp. White Springs Fla. N13P -- -
event proceed a of..1.the, II Sale made trereof.'punu.at In the to'' Notice NOTICH I I. hereby OF given BID that the''f I NOV. e, n eeee SIGNS FOR SALETHE I wer in seapower by supplying qualified -I REPAIRS!

order> of Court. Hoard of County Commlaiilonere will personnel to man the ships We repair all types T. V. and
This Order and Notice Shall b* receive sealed bid until 10::00 0' IN CIRCUIT COURT FARMERS I I radio. Also Small Man I
of appliances.
published In the JASPER NEWS, A I clock ..m. on November II. 1114, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JASPER NEWS planes and shore stations today'sNavy.
newspaper of general circulation for the following; equipment. OF FLORIDA, IN i nings Radio Service, Jasper 792(421 .
.
published In Jaiper. Hamilton County Nw Tractor Shovel not less than AND FOR HAMILTON MQNEY for your farm operations tic
Florida, once Try week for four I yd 8.A.B.! rated rapacity, Oen.ral COUNTT. I at reasonable cost. Terms .
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consecutive we k.. bucket to handle IN CHANCERY
purpose
DONE AND ORDERED at Jl- material averaging1000 lb*. I IX Hits A*>.tlm .t tl) fit your needs. Loans up to BARBECUE! New pit at Alapaha
per 1114 Florida. 'this 11th. day of October I I per cubic. yard. Filtered hydrkuIlo ANICH.MARIN MILLER. Women Make $ $ $ Working At Home 7 years. CaD North Florida Pro- Motel Restaurant. Now serving
cyitem. Three speed powershift I. esl.ertNOTiCR II .Suction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
3. R. Miller : "transmission rtr" wheel TO APPEARIN Women needed to work at home sewing baby bibs (about 5 min.ea barbecued chicken and smoked
Clerk of Circuit Court I t, drlv* Plknetary : axle. THE NAMH OF THE STATE Live Oak Tel,362.2588
We ::5 doz. No limit to the number can make. No
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Hamilton County Florida Four Wheel air or: vacuum ovr->ti o'F FIX)1UDA: pay $ per you mallet. Route 41 north of Jasper.
charge for materials. No selling. No postage. Materials to fill I I 1 It's delicious I tic

crders sent postpaid (NOTE) Clients are paid promptly $5 per I| LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRINGS .-
,
t doz to complete orders. Work full or part time. Because materials For Sale. .On the river high and, ATrIi.ETES FOOT n-U-

postage eta are costly, and many women write just to get a dry, good location only $1,000. See HOW TO KILL IT

1 1 "free" bib and are not serious about workng we ark you to> send \ Robert Ehlert. owner. tfc.I In 3 days if not,pleased with strong -

$2 for bib sewing instructions and Application $2 redeemable: "- T-9-L liquid your 48c back at

if you take up our service. If not, we keep it for handling your 'WANTED AT ONCE: Rawleigh any drug tore. Watch Infected skin

t I I1'r request. Money cider! or cash to Steele 'Co., 7140 So. Ashland Dealer in Hamilton Co. or Jasper.I slough off. Watch healthy skin replace '

t j Jirfr I Chicago, Bliiiiwimiitim 1 Write Rawleigh Dept. FA J 150 3. it. No more itch & burning I

.. Memphis, Term. DUP Use antiseptic soothing T-4-L Foot
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I I --FoR SALE Powder too -fine for sweaty
SECRETARY AT FLORIDA A M feet, foot order stays active in'' the
'. .- / I Country m'eat: Beef. Pork Sausage ;
Miss CasieU Natteen Vaughn; [ etc. We also prepare meat for skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S

i. daughter of Mr, and Mr*. Joseph'the freezer. Buy from. us or bring)I DRUG_. STORE. tic
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Vaughn, Sr.. of Jaaper, 'Florida, I.a la your own. Driggers and Sons Country Georgia Plate Glass Co.
) Meat Service. Ph::938-2716. DIP
r th! f ,, L4AJ't new secretary In the Florida A A .Store Pronto

r: M University- Department of Library I NOTICE Mirrors Kcsllvered
t No Trespassing .Tub Encl""tice*. Shower
Service She atudied at Florida Hunting or fish-
n.5 W Savannah Ave Cl 125285VALDO5TA
(ling(
on and this
my property
A A M University and has a diploma -
t ,means. everybody. Belie Watson. I
from Lewis Bu lne t j jI p FOR SALE Shelled Pecans
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everyone Detroit Michigan. Before coming ---- ''I$1.00
> per pound. May Miller Ph..
(to Florida A &: M this fall she wasemployed FOtt SALE I:792-3701' )20p

I I would I .choose I at Kerbo ElementarySchool Two Registered Polled Herefordculls ]j -
S 15 and 20 months old. '
i In Mayo Florida. Don Wetherington, Ph. 792-2621 I I!I,TWO Call FURNISHED 792-3771 or 792-6791.APARTMENTS tfc

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Jennings News the committee.The Mr*. Maude Havener and Miss The children, grand children,
following form the program J 4v Inez McCall attended a wedding )In great grandchildren and other kin f le
Jasper
JSetos
By Mrs. Walter
Havener
committee Mr. J.' W. DeVane, ,, Clearwater; Saturday of Miss Char of Mrs. Minnie Roebuck celebrated ; ,
Miss Chairman. Mrs. S. M. Deas; Mrs. eLkS ,teen Belchef! to Dr. Jon
Betty Lou Mathis ""was home *WjflfcDcnald OUiff.This Mrs. Roebuck's (affectionately cal Published Every Friday'
Minnie Shivw, Mj*< [was at the Methodist
church
recently visiting her ,parents, Mr. where led "Old Ma", birthday Sunday,
and Mrs. John Donald: ,. Mrs, Ben Bates, Mrs. Dr. Shuler Peele Is Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
MatbJ Betty Lou itteaching. a -- 1VL pastor.The Nov 8. She was 80 years of age and ,
In St: Petersburg. IflehSchool Johnny' Butler, Mrs. Lawton Mc- bride la the daughter of a greatly loved and respected by '-Subscriptions Strictly in Advance!

"* CuUey- and Mrs... .John. Allen Scaff. (Continued from Page 1)) former pupil .of Mrs.. .Havener. friends and kindred $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County .

Mr.palatka'and Mrs.last Wednesday J. V, McCaU to wentto visit GOLD WATER CARRIED the Payton Bembry's..Coming for The Moravian cf North Carolina Mr .and Mrs.. C.. B. Harrison Care!: of Thank . ; $1.00 Minimum ,

the JENNINGS mail SCHOOL BY A I the weekend were Ralph and Sha were' German settlers who have Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
Frank Hancocks. The main spent several days last week: !In
VOTE OF to IfF ron Gay with kept many of their
87 young Pamela early customs
attarctkn was to see' Frank, Jr- t .. but not all. South Florida, Lakeland, Bushnel) Mr. and Mrs Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publisher .
play football.)) On Friday they wentto F In a rather lively campaign: sponsored and Ocala. -- :
Jacksonville to visit Miss Myrtle| by the Jennings Ugh Senior.Government The Lydia Circle of First Baptist It was an ecclesiastic hlearchy Mrs. R. R. Murray Bushnel is their pretty dresss were lovely,,, is still due i'
whole 'group attende dthe Florida- Class unde" rthe dlrec- church met with Geeorgia Smith [which made rules for their mem- Mrs. Harrison' sister and hasn't liked it all and watched It coming To that grec heavenly land, whereall

Jennings. Then on Saturday the I jtlon of, Mr. Fred Herbrg, all students Monday, evening Nov. 9. ,Myrtle bership and kept records.A been well so the first stop was to and going. life Is new.I .
..
White is Circle Chairman book, the records of Moravian
Auburn game I and teachers cast their votes and handles see her. It was nieces and nephewsIn shall never forget when my
!at voting percincts Tuesday.. the proceedings skillfully. Jewel!, of N .C. edited by Dr. Minnie J. the other places.' MRS. KATE ADICKS RECEIVESAN rrlend said to me, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Royce Beasley of'' The interest in election began Smith gave the program on Korea. I Smith has recently been published. .' AWARD When he poke to me while I was .
Winter |about :2 weeks ago with members of The circle in determination to put Day by day records were kept by Sunday afternoon, Rev. William close to his knee, :t
Haven Florida
end guests of ,the Harold were Deas-week-Mr. the government class holding; Republican life einto the project of,the child the pastors births, deaths, Illnesses kin There in Hamilton are enough to McCall be InterestedIn near.I Van Zant,,Mrs. Mamie Lila.Old ham "I will be gone soon to a land ever
I I and Democratic conventions each month to send something to ,\comings and goings; in the Mrs Ulma Braswefl all o fthe Jasper new .
Beasley is a brother of Mrs. Deas. Bryant McCall of N. York He
i communities.
, where' platforms were drawnup the Arcadia Orphanage. This meet- Presbyterian Church presented So don't sen4 many flowers, just arose
JENNINOsV! j I and candidates were elected Ing brought: a shower of wash clo [ These records reveal the struggleof I was on a recent trip to Miami, as Mrs. Kate Adicks with' a will do."
M.U. MEETS ) I always made with his
contact two
Giving the acceptance speeches for ths. Next month It will be socks.. this helarchy to maintain its life membership in the church. It
The Baptist W M. U. of Jennings sisters and brother. Bryant is the iii V
Likewise the other committees waning authority against restrct-: was a beautiful sterling silver pin
GoldwaterJim are
Republican were Barry This Is the list of
met at the home of Mrs. J- youngest of the children of the out-of-town visitors -
( Bates) and William Miller seeking to do the plus'or 2nd mile I ions and regulations. engraved. It was for faithfulnessto at the Methodist
W. Titsworth 'president of Centennial
the
late and Emma
; (Bill1' Butler' ),' for the Democrats'Iwqe The always pleasant social hour For Instance Wyly McCall. natives her church. regular attendance October 25. Mr .and Mrs.
group of Hamilton but Harvey
jfi ; > I Lyndon B. Johnson,-.(Junior; was complimented by a dining "In 1838 the (Supervising Board) in') McAlpin, Florida.He many year A consistent Christian living: In her Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
publicans were Annaree Hiers, table ladened with pound cake, "the woman employed by the wi- home and elsewhere. Mrs. Adickswas Benson Mrs. Robert Ticket Mr.
A most interesting talk was given (Avon Frier.) rich chocolate cake, chicken sandwiches -:. dowed Benigna Honer Is. harmful Joined his sister Floy -(, in the.Hamilton County Hospi- ,I and Mrs. De Sham Mrs. Bud
by Mrs. W. I. Shiver. I ESD-
Her subjectwas
and candied 10 ern and brother Roscoe in a visitto
withhot our tai tne
pecans young people and the Collegium at time
-"Our, Mission Work In Korea"At j Monday: in a special assembly the enship and sons, Mrs. A. {f. Turner
the close.of the meeting ia social [program,a"debate on campaign hostess.coffee Fay Sapp was a joint B. that decided she to announce" to Sr. bles about family the graves.old place In they their sought ram-'I i Rev. Van Zanf Is the pastor of the and Miss Betty Turner, Dr .and
must fiN'
her.
hour was enjoyed. Issues, views was presented by and found the church, Ulma Braswell representedthe Mrs. R. C IMmes Mr .and Mrs.Wm J.
\ . i both parties. Representing the RePublicans -i. i I "The boarding school was foundto pennyroyal plant, Women of the Church and Mam Odom, Miss Mary Florence Ho '
List of out of town visitors at the be loosing money and after much that Bryant had remembered! In a "
Mr. and Mrs. George Vaughn and | were Annaree Hiers, I'I rostologic le Lila went as a dear friend. gar, Mr. and Mrs. John Thlgpen.
moderator Jim Deas Linda Bur- First.Baptist Church Homecoming discussion it was: decided that the way .5. Mr. Ernest Rhodes
children, Bobby, Elizabeth, Debra ; i Rev. and Mrs 1
and Kay of Leesburg spent the I I nam, Charles Deas, and Bill Butler (t November 8. j"['price charged for meals, 5c each .' Professor John Paul Jones re- Charlees W Rogers, Mrs Alice B. s

weekend with Mr and Mrs. Robert Representing ,the Democrats were From Live Oak, Mrs. Karl MinorHowe was tco .mall'especially since the Dog-fennels give me nostalgia.,cently spoke: to the Retired Teachrs I-unby, Mrs. James Blalock, Mnrr
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Vaugh .Mr. Vaughn is head of the Martha Newsome, moderator; i Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron I pupils had enough! left over from I[Whatever it Is it doesn't matter group in Gainesville, on "How to J, L. Hunter, Mr. and M.... G A
physical education department in Nora Nlcvhols, Gloria Smith Junior Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adicks and their 5c lunch tq take to their rooms unseen, untouchable things, are write and sell articles'" His adviceto Sturchio, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chel

thd junior nigh school In Leesburg. Griffin and Avon Frier. Interest ]John, Mr. and Mrs. Leon McDonaldand for"In their supper! would guide lines bark to moments we them (and it applies to others) ton, Mr and Mrs. J. W RegisterMr

S. was high and several placards appeared Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dec. 18, 1841 : keep. I|"Do something with your life besides and Mrs. .1, L. Collum, Mr.
in the audience during the ,, Kelly and Charles. Eustice, Fla., Married Lewis Rights and his hibernate. and Mrs. Joe
Mrs. S. E. Hewitt had her daughter -, 'wife I Tuesday, Mrs. Raymond Kendricks Mrand
Mrs. Hiram, Alllgood and grand debate speeches. Campaign posters J Mrs. Douglas Ives and Charles, both members of the Methodist luncheon Camp .. Mrs W, B Feagle, Mr. Marshall
daughter Barbara Sue and Laurie /i appeared in the hall during the day. i QuJtman; Mr. and Mrs. Stone Undo Church are applying for permissionto Carolina gave a honoring the South I A big machine pours wet concrete -.Hamilton. Mrs James E. Crute Mr
visitors
I from Tallahassee win, we have a good eexperlence and Jim, Hawklnsville, Ga.;,' willing 10 grant this to Lewis Right ( Carter.Vednes:isy! spread It out and another Nina Wells, Mrs. L. MInnlcki: Miss -j
Mrs. Alvin Culbreth had Mr. and ''In weighing the pros and cons of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brooks, Jax., who is knwn to us as a quiet and 'evening Mr and Mrs. Jerry Lewis' crew smooth It.. Thats how the concrete Mary Whitlock, Mrs. Kathleen Fink

Mrs. Frank Carter and that Carter ,and
li Terry' .and Tonia of Jacksonville the man we think best for Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Frink we should get better acquaintedwith Mrs. Bud Mr Mamie Lila Oldham and: Alton Bowers, Miss Bernadette' Black a
! 1 r here for the weekend. Mrs. Carter the office. Martha Newsome summarized I all of Jacksonville. Weesle Hall, his wife first" Carter The Jerry Lewis' live now Mrs. Nell Way left Wed. for 'Ja:<. Graham Black HI, Ralph Black
I in the
old
Jim
: I is the former Culbreth. this experience by saying, Zephyrhills, FlaMrs.; Esther Feb. 17, 1945 The married fir- Ccrbett home. and on to Reldsvtfie,'N. C.. Mrs. Annie McKelvey, Miss Jo

:? "I don't think I would have paidas Horne, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. A. Renatus Schnieder from Friendland Wednesday evening, Rev. Van I Mrs. Odom plans to return In Alley, Mr. II. C. Hampton, Mr- '

I The Douglas Zants and Susan much attention to this eleectlon V. Kennedy, Waycross: Mr. and who lives In Burchamtown would Znnt began a class for the two Feb. for several months Arthur Huffman, Mnrspor A. Rash,
their daughter' were here for a few I'.if.we had not had this in class". Mrs Victor Hall and children Zept- like to become a member of she I circles of the Presbyterian "Wo Mrs. Earl Carter and Mrs. Bud Mr. and Mrs. John Register, Miss '"

days visiting relatives and friends- I I r yrshills. Fla. Mr. and Mr. W H. outside congregation. Ills wife men of' the .church", It is the new (Sylvia) Carter were entertained Polly Wagner, Mrs. J, R. Upxon,

.5. ,1 I II ANNUAL STAFF: Advisor, Mr- Beall;Andulusia, Ala comes from a Baptist family, so the Bible study class. Mary Francis with a bird supper Monday eveningat Mrs. Joel Selph, Mr. and Mrs. Donald

Mr.; and Mrs Glenn Nunn Jr. McDonald; Editor, Ann Bland; Asst Mrs. Charles Sabin, Ft. Lauderdale Collegium did not like the idea of Lewis and Inez:: McGhln were 'hos the home of the Raymond Camp Dukes Mr. Dehbad Abal Gha
and children Nancy and Glenn, Ed
of Pen oc 'la, Florida visited! Mr,, tor, Elaln Smith;' Asst. Class Edi- shall Morgan, Groveland, Fla. Mike wife does not t1bw oppose the baptizing .5. !JUST ONE ROSE WILL DO. A ,. .

and Mrs. Glenn Nunn, Sr. tor, Mary Jane:-Brtmett; Activity Smith, Grovoland.ivities : !: of children and has also stated Edwin Smith, son of Mrr and Mrs poem ,}written\ by Gilbert MxiGhin The Woman's Club win meet today
. ] Editor, Gail Green; Asst. Activity she would like to become a mem Bill Smith (Rt, 6)) Is attending the In nfemory of 'Mr. Ivens .1, Boone. at 3:00: o'clock at the home of

The Cheerleaders gave a party\ Editor Earlene Burnam? Sports bet of the congregation, the Elder's Auto-Diesel Mechanics College in A friend said to me, "Just one rose Mrs. Raymond Camp '

last week for the football boys. Editor, Jim Bates; Asst. Sports i took place during the half Conference asked the CoUeguim to Nashville, Term. The school opened will do, Guest speaker will be Miss Elizabeth "..
Every one had a wonderful time. ,Editors, Jim Bates, Ricky Howell; of the Jennings-Greenville game.. consider the case. However weshall October 12 for the Fall Term. Great compassion,. !It Is way past Ball.
. i Photographer, Billy Lasiter; Asst. As the Jasper band played, the have to find cut whether the Robert Dampier son of Mrs. R. due, Hostesses for this meeting; will .'
THE L. (J. DIUOGERS HAVE GET' Photographer Woody Herring; Secretary : processional began. The 'leadingcar rumors are right that"Br. Sis operating -I G. Dampier Is also atending this After I am gone, don't send many be Mrs. Raymond Camp Mrs. C. A. ".

TO GETIIEIt Ellen Scaff; Asst. Secretary was, driven by Mr. V. J. Mc- a tippling stop This makes school.It flowers, I Avrlett ,Mrs. F. B Farrell Mrs .1.1J
The Dlrggers had a family dinI Elaine Selph;; Business Manager, Donald who had charge of this Interesting reading of a people takes 6 to 1 months to completethis For rain brings them in Spring time W E. Griner and Mrs W. B. ,
ner recently All of the children][Bill Butler; Asst. Manager Staff, event. lIe was assisted by Mrs. who are unique even now We training. showers.!" Sandlln.
were home except two who could Judy Combass, Linda Harrell, Char Russell Alderman who was also in shall asW our library. to get a copy .5. His body was old And his bones ----- -,. .... --- t tiI

not be present. les Runyon, Delores Greene, JeffBurnett the oar?Several other cars followed Y..,s.. Attending the ,Executive meeting: 'were frail, %'v I

W;'JjDvras leaving! for Ft. JacksonS. I! Jim Murphy, Donald Ray then the floats., They .were' very Sam_ Mru Warre:4'.m.,,W.?,,..;JVtfe.qt.;< Reyj of. .the Tallahassee. district I :;Wj_S- C, I He had'lived..: a.!lone. Jlfe'and could iI GET- .you"F < fi.ibrtr.LOANS: *> !*.t .,
c. where he is hi the army McCulley; Circulation Manager, pretty with festoona'of colored tf/sJiPineviewt Hosj, this Thursday are Mrs. Maude, leu, a greet tale, ->ty i Ir
Lavon was home from Germany Junior Griffin; Asst.,Manager Staff paper and ribbons. The 'last float for maJor/surgery,Her,host of and Miss Inca McCall It Tho his humor is gone now.'r ,( yr.r.r..wr y

where he had spent two years. He Linda Burnam, Nora Nichols Fran ,brought our royalty Queen, Elaine friends andtMerllber'of' the Advent an all day meet with a luncheon r shall hear It again, '. ;> ..

had a thirty day leave. He and his cea Morgan, Gloria Smith, Debbie 'mI\h.\ ..She .was seated on her royal Christian''Church* wish her* a.speedylecovery. IS. .The meeting Is in the Tri When we both meet- together, and I .
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wife will soon go to Ft. Gordon, Henderson, Ellen Padgett, Glenda and elaborate throne. She wore a Methodist Church. In Tails new life begin tIre '.
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Georgia. Fay Bennett, Myra Suee Smith, Patricia ': dress of gold. Her 'atendants were. The prizes: 1 M all.. .these1' host of I | lay on his bed,' his eye. very CONTACT
Evalee Mrs. Tuten of Special Feature I' dressed in gorgeous white forma's.The coM
now Doug Padgett; ,
Perry, Florida came over for the Annareee Hiers{ ; Asst.'Martha New processional went around the coctests: generally go to far away!. The J. R. E. High School Home And spoke to me In a voice weak Henry D.
places to people I
day. Everyone had a nice time to- i some, Barbara McCulley. i I field,and then came ,to the center. unknown, but .a ,coming parade did the school and but bold, j
recent Pepsi Cot VICKERSJasper
gether. '*f If want to buy an annual con- Here with much pomp and ceremony Contest gave one 'the town much credit. It was a '"I am alive now, but not for long, jr j R

I tact you someone on the annual staff- I II I i Queen Elaine escorted: by I of$250.00 the prizes worth to of Mrs; J- E. Dickson colorful well planned and showed ]r[ wfU be gone, now. I" hear the bells. .

JENNiNGS P. T. A. TO* MEET : .' I Jim Bates was crowned by th? retlrfg groceries to be much care. I would like to mention In a na.He .'/ I Florida
TheP T. A. will meet next Monday I HOMECOMING WAS A GALA E : royalty. Miss Sharon Howell I In spent this where shat I bought'sthe" Pepsis, each float but I'd run Into trouble wan a wonderful friend all of

November 16th at 7:30. A very (VENT rte wore an orange two piece suit case. at i.Johnson's.. there. Thet l young cheerleaders per my life, Telephone 792-6921
Interesting program !Is planned by The Jennings Homecoming fest- i and a black slip over sweater since MRS. formed well The boys marching 1 J I knew him through grief and nil
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;I queen was given a bouquet and it ade was Interesting. The girls in ify\ friend is gone now, but his soul 1

i,was carried by Timmy Tyree. The
Under New Ownership 'crown bearer was Angle Tyree-

"Best In Parts And Service"New The attendants to the queen were \ ,t 1
Annaree Hiers from the realm of "

and Used Equipment senior royalty. Sh was escorted by ;:Weather 11\\\. ,\ '
Tommy Newsome. The Junior Topcoat J
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Fay i Smith and she was escorted \. ...

SUWANNEE VALLEY [II(by Wade HowelL After the ceremonies : I ..WATER REPELLENT WITH '' .
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TRACTOR COMPANYJasper ,watched the remainder of the game I ACRYLIC PILE ZIP-1N LINING '
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JUNIOR The gymnasium was very attrad-Moon"Theme AN ALL-WEATHER COAT THAT WORKS OVERTIMEs 1
jttve with the "Harvest

Corn stalks, straw and other ..CAN ,,BE WORN RAIN OR SHINE :ti '
dry materials were used all aroundthe f

party room. In the center wasa Here's the<<;, classically styled E topcoat that you will find wearable ;
l rail) fence and Inside this was a '
( i % It doesn't do much large hay stack. The harvest moon all y.i.i: long. Made of durable Dac'ron-Cotton: Poplin it : '
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was just appearing; this added 1/ \'
good to wait to come much to the scene.Refreshments' ) is DuPont "Zelan" treated which means it is weather repellent I

in and I tee our near, were served by
complete selection. Mrs. Ben Bate r Mrs. Minnie Shiver wind resistant and machine washable.

Miss Barbara Pearman and a

You'll be more than satisfied group of girls. The cake represented
with a football field on which It's completely lined and also features the versatile zip-in ,
our greater were all players o fthe team. At '

-ti than ever values.HEATING 12:00: the curfew was sounded and lining of woven acrylic pile excellent for providing
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.... ... 13120 JERKY B. SMTTH. JR AT.DARTMOUTH 'Sloan DIckey during; matriculation t .
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Commissioners 1Refunds I I .................. 51.00'I I Supplies .................... 62.23 George Webb ...,................. 17.20". r l..u\{ D.rVOrrnt.Stewart................ lu.YVAlex I. COLLEGE ceremonies making Partmouth'i '.
I,Florida Board of Forestry Farm Dept. Publiii Safety Radio Service | Alex Royals '".... i .......... iu I ..' Forestry Assess. ........ 990.00 October ...........,......... J5.0 I G. W. Smith ............ ." 55 iuaiuu ...... J! ..4JI 11 Florida' students one of them y"' '
Guy McGhln .............. 6.25 Hamilton Co. Bank 3.54 Marnle Lewis ...._,..>.... 12.00 ; Uiuiiej : Smith la a 1964 graduate of the ..
October Western Auto Misc. Supplies .. ........... sww 'ank g'th more
Jack Vinson ..........t... 6.24 Exchange ................. 8.51 Electric 0))1'.1, Blanche Deasv... 12.00 I vugu" waiianu ........!. yy.as> front JasBeTre : Jasper Hfgh SchooL % .
.Aaron Hogan .....,...... 6.23 I National of Counties- Suwannee Val; y .. } 'AIm McGhini..12.00Ubbey I I UNeal GooisoyiYk. than 800 freshnjM ettterln/; ,Dart. 01 ..."I I Assoc .
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Park 11692y.
Utilities Rec. ...... Douglas ...
Lawton-McCulley ...... 6.25 I, *IVirJr* 'j..j.."i 1|.%i|.*..* 't f.tlvDotherow Vt Utilities Ct. Hs- Kry 1a4.:... 12.00Foster Norman, '. mouth College this tall. tIS1NdtfrHE. 1" :'.
Grover Wheeler".......... 6.25 Oiiice Sujply f Co. of Jtsper H. Shepherd: ....h 1.00 L. Reeves .<* 111-40 -jerry' B.: s mith.Jr., son of 1ilr, AiD.VER; .
Social Security JVcct.. .... 60.47 v Col. Co. Agt office16.30'' JoeC. Mitchell ........m.. 12.00 Emery Grantham ...89.10 ..
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Cb .OtL &-K np. Retirement f Office Supplies 13.14- SandlIn Auto ,!: ,I Clyde Lashjey\.........!:.. 1200.,I Isreal 'Stone ;: ..... 80.60 and Mrs. J B Smith of haute 1.Box PA Y SIN

Fund .........'.....:..... 108.49 1 l Florida Office Ribbon Supplies ACarbon.........Inc.... 21.33 House .................... 83.16Keaton' p. W.StmmonsY.r..12.00J. Russell White, .44... "82.01 2B, was greeted by President'John \ JASPER NEWS ,
I Toyland Recreation ..R. I ..... .15.00 122.40W.
Bud Office Bullard......Rent.......Health........ 20.00 .The Supplies II ft W...B r..r'.t Drew C?.,.....Office 94.81 Sup. W. S. :............".. "7McDuffle 'MaJJory BU87r......".. 15.00 Hlltcrt. .,S. Westberry Jackson ..(.4 34.69 -- --- ---
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Sporting Goods Avis Cason ......... 18.20
Town ct; .Jennings.. ... Rent health The National Cash Register Co. Rec Supp. W. S. .......... 32.74Fla Mrs.Mrs. Marlene Shaw....'. 18.40,. Kirby Hunter.. 60.20 it costs little" to faveLPGASHEAT. -II :
Clinic ...........,. 20.00 Machine Repairs...*... .. 34.40 I Ct III. 1I John Ponds ......... 8087 s0 \
State Power Corp ands ..............1200'' -
Treasurer Shiver
Contribution W. T. 87.80
Bowen Co. Moore".
.. October: ....e........... 1013.91 Supply SuppliesMisc. 22.13 Co. Agent office ......:... PhoneS; Clayton Bradshaw' *,......... 10.00' Vernon 82.07
Universal Mfg. & Supply Co. Milllgan Office Machine Cb.Tvsewriter'ace. I No. Fla. Telephone Co....... 117.35 Sherwood Miller' J..v.. ..... 12.00J. 'Ben Goolsby
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'McNeil .,
Janitor Supplies ........... Co offices ..... John .
24.35 purchase ofI Ins. Prem .... 26.00 C. High ....\1.: .. 12.00 82.07
Hill Mfg. Ca Jan: Supplies 104.60 I office m chine ............ 160.90 F.White B. Harrell Springs ins Agency ... 43.00'' Hcuston Brown....,..". .1 14.00 .Ray Miller ....... 8987
James M. Dampier
Isaac ...... .... 12.00 1
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Chandler J* 4-H Club General Office Equipment Co. Off. Sheriffs cost and J. D Johnson
Expense: .................. 2500 Supfflie .......\.......... 24.36 Charlie fees .Rhoden................... 403.91E. .I Sidney Combass ........... 16.00 Ed McCracken ...... 78.97 .
J. R. Miller Clerk's Fees and The Jasper News A ... .. C Brownee Co. Supplies ._._A L. F. Cunningham<.....,,,;, :800_ ) I Life Ins. Co. Nov.rk. 6.09 ; IN 'EVERY ROOM :
------" '- Blue Cross- Blue Shield ...... tiC -U Deuword! H. Holt .. .... ".700 Colonial i
Bofler ...................... .15 I Billy Miller .....on.....'.... 14.00 I Blue Cross Blue Shield Nov. 92.00
''' STUMP BROS. Ann C Malpas Refund stamps 5.00 3. R. Harrison ...,........ 12.00 Co. Off. & Employees Retirement
W. T. Edwarda T. B Hospital Gonbh Hunter ........ 15.00' Fund ............... ..... 188.18
T Patient care Oct .......... 41.25 .!-J. 'I Social Security Acct., .......170.57
CASH & CARRY Mrs Sally M. Sapp Salary Deputy FINE &; FORFEITURE Lewis Motor Co. Equipment
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Supervisor John H. McCormick Co. I' 'Accessories ............... 2:45':
Jasper Auto Part Part. Phot. ,Expenses
Equipment ................. 7.71: Judge Nov..4..o 357.50(Valdosta Machinery & Supply Co.
The Jasper News Supplies, forms John II. McCormick Salary Juve. [ Eqp. repairs i.... ...... 7.50
BUILDING SUPPLIES printing ballots .......... 435.85 Judge Oct. .............. 70.00 Southern ;Blade ASupphy) .. f.
Ulmi Eraswell T. C .Comm 404.18 Joseph Holloman Salary" Juve. Eqp. repairs ........... 273.14: :;
300 South Patterson Johnson's Misc. Supplies Court Counselor ................ 49.27.
Valdosta Georgia House ...................... 160 :Juror 0>. :Judo? Court Ring Power Corp, .Equipment. ". .
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Equipment 16.98M
Telephone 242-5566 parts
Dotherow Office Supply Co. John J. Bass .H Jt.V.; ..... 5.10 ( (.
Office Supplies ............ 17.38 Doraln H. Howell."........ 6.20 D.'Moody and Sons Dragline I :
4x8 SHEETS ................ 792.00
Per Sheet Wise's Drug Store Supplies Sheriff Ray Morgan .1............ 6.60 Payment
INTERIOR Office ...................... 4.25 J. L .McDanlel ........:... 5.10 Sweat's Radiator Service Eqpt.
% PLYWOOD .... $2.564x8 Frlden. Inc. Maintenance Agree Horace Milton ............ 5.10 I Parts .................... 18.001 CENTRAL SYSTEM WITH
t ment office machines ...... 52.00 Clarence Buston ............. 5.90 Jasper Auto Parts EquipmentParts I HEATING
SHEETS Per Sheet W. A. Drury Expenses attendingCo. William P. Stormant ...... 7.40 Sept. ......... ...... .79.101 l.6J1NII/lid* AUTOMATIC GAS FURNACE R': .
Comm. Con. ........ 140.00 Wesley Kenny McDonald .. 6.20 Whitehead Hardware Co. Road

% EXTERIOR PLYWOOD .... $2.82 Harrell Insurance Agency: Ins.Prem. Hoke High ................ 5.10 Tools and Mat. ...... .... 182.03 1 I 1. ;: "
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bal due on W. C. 534.61 Hilward Ray Morgan ....... 6.60 Shandfe & Baker Inc. Road
4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet The Welch Company, Purchase and Marcus C. Brantley ......:. 6.05 Materials.L.90.481\ $29995'NsrMJncM .'
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Inst. boiler Ct. Hs 2528.32 "ultf ,
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I B.Vynn 5.10 The Langdale Co. Lumber. 775.26', ;
C. Th J. 0 Burch Co Supplies for ,i
% D. Sheathing Plywood .... $3.234x8 Votir? House .... ......... 157 i> Charles M. Mitchell ........ 580Frank [North American Steel 0>. '
: ,Dewey Fennell ...... 5.70 ... .......... .
ELECTION EXPENSE Steel 159.28]
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SHEETS Per Sheet Annie John W, Skeen .............. 680 ::

1A" Prefihish Mah Dorothy Elizabeth II. Bradshaw Johnson.....12.00. 14.40 I Henry L. Lee ............... 5.10 western Supplies Auto. .. ASSOC...... ...:Store.. .-,.... 1,55 J,f p \
Jesse ...... 4
g. Plywood $4.80 Estelle E. McGauley ...... 12.00'' F. Fcuraker 6.50
E. C. Browne Co. Supplies 62.71
Charles W. Hurst ,....... 5.75 heating
Lelia D. Newsome ........ 12.00J j'
Owen Holton ......,........ Florida Power Corp., Utilities 52.32
4x8 Sheets per M W Tltsworth .....,.... 10.00 I 6.20 North Fla Telephone Co. ..... l comfort convenience and economy
R. L. Alderman _..........1000 :Orkin, Exterminating Co. Jail 8.00 1
of an LP-Gas central heating
Co. ...... 20.35J. j -
% SHEETROCK .................. $46.50Built Roy L. Cameron ......H.. 1000 |Game &;, Fresh Water Fish Comm. N. Fla. Telephone for: t
Harold Deas .............. 13.40 1 I Arrest fees ................. 8.40J O. Burch Co. Supplies .t. 36.41 o system jnst.petani4y a
In Mrs. Walter Buckles ...... 12.00 O. Burch Co. Supplies Jail 10,27 Sandlin Auto Parts Gas ell. and day! Our FREE HOME HEATING :
Mamie. Bryan ............ 24.00 Lake Collier Labor &; materials accessories ... .- 71121 SURVEY will show you s
OVEN and COOKTOP..149,95 A'lna M. Slmnson:;! .....,.... 24.00 i I I ,plumbing; jail ..........4... 16.00 Ralhff Motor Co. EQD. Parts 11.00 NON-STICKING how little it costs to install this
Miss Delia Taylor ........ 24.00 Jasper Laundry and Dry Cleaners Air Products & Chemicals air conditioning furnace with

James David Barker .....12.00 I Jail ....................,. 17.25 Oxygen . ....... 25.S3 j TEFLON FRY PAH' eight heat outlets in your home .
Per M W. R. Drury ..n........ 12.00 Wade B. Norris Professional Hollowav's Gns-Carra 13.93
3" Rockwool Horace Gerald Lewis .....12.00 Serv. ............ Wise's Dm? Store Supplies for ptrniitting ust
Insulation Prisoners 15.00City I I.
........ $47.00 Joseph K. Malpas ........ 1500"Mil. of Jasper Utflitles Jail 12.65Florida' Own ..... 2 98Ring make q HOME PHONE US TODAY FOR YOUR. jR:
FREE TEFLON FRY PAN AND
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J. B. Stormant. Jr. 1650 HEATING SURVEY
.... I*: Power Corp, Equip
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;"BIRD" Mrs HOME
; Roll. Orrie.Moore Morgan ....Kendrick.......... 16.50Asy 25.70 Home Gas Co. :Jail .......... 7960'I Part! 1330 I r HEATING SURVEY ,

15-lb.] Asphalt FELT : $1.95 vinrWa.' Williams' :......... 1(550( I Charlie i Rhoden Sheriff's fees and I Jasper Auto Parts Eqp
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Francis S. Deas .......... 12.00 I\ cost and feed prisoners. :2026.75 Parts Oct. 85.43. I SUREGAS SERVICE .
BIRD Donald F Lee ............ 12.00 ,J. R. Miller Court Cost ...... 21.45 There being no further. h"--: A--A II
235 lb. T. B.SHINGLES. per Square. L. S. Harris ......,...... 12.00 ,Holloways Gas Jail ......... 13.90W. ''before the Board; sold Baud ,*. I
Wilber n. Stormant .......12.00 A. Drury, legal fees re fort.I I' Journed. (Dlv. of Green's Fuel of FU. Corp)
...............................6.75 Sadie Smith .............. 14.00 I proceedllni'.150.00 Cuff McGhln .Ph* 'irm..n I Jasper Phone 792- 911
Nita Brvan ..............
\ 14.00 tW A. Conviction Fees and ATTEST: J. R. Miller. Clerk
.9x9 inch each, James Fouraker ........... 14.00r. I Comm.Drury bonds .... -- -
Est. 290.86Kayo's
: Roy Crews .,..:......... 18.20'I on .
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Vinyl Asbestos TILE tOe >*-.t. L. Reeves ...;...:: 16.00 Drug) Store Jail
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l.'lrth"1"Iel M' S'n4lin ...., 16.00 patients .'u................. 1.00I
!t, '12x12 I trra. H'rte' W. .Tohnson ...16.00 :Jail .i............J........ 17.55 Kick off the fun with
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Plain "' each Mr. P..D.. McCall ..... ... 19 04'f3 ) I Social' Security. !:(,j.;.c .13.35 .1 i new fi. *.' ill '
i't. ; OPT; rru..f :.;x" .. .. Co. Off..and 'JI Fund 14.75 '
CEILING' TILE. ,:.........-:.......... 91L e Ncrman J..an Combass' .A. 27.00 16.00 LIBRARY Emp. : \ :' :

;' ;'4x8: Annie J. Frier ............. 16.00 ,Blanche Des Silary Oct\; .. 192.08 ,
and;49 foot ."'tpec.ll ,. '* C. Grw* ........,.... 16.00 '.Kenneth Wood Salary Oct. 15.00 : :
.y2" Treated P "lnte.>., Dc"* '........< 1700! Social Security:'Acct.; Board Co.Comm. : : .

SHEATHING ....44,7fi0;. ITawdrd G Herndon ....... 17m .. .................... 8.52 CrH'EVRDN: : ? .\
ranklin Gqston .......... 17.00'
THESE PRICES CASH '''David: Keeling!! ............ 23.00 Co. Office and Employees Retire- ; : >
I C. R.r Bland .............. 1800 ment'ftmd ;.... ........... 9.40
'. F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE Pewl How l .,, n no North Florida Telephone Co.. 10.20 '
.. 1I.r.. ,.. Shlrjev) Zlpperer..... J8.00 Fla. Power Corp .. 12.71 ::
R .M. Dea' ....... < Ruth Malpass Regional
STUMP BROS. W W. Pennlneton .......... 0)1)/I Travel .- .... ....... 23.80 the LIVELIER gasolines!
,. A'4r.v'ann: dv v.:....... Lorraine Music Co. Records 24.60 .. "i'l
Carrie Mae Vann ...n..... 17.00 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
M ;. '"""0 no SnlllvRn .......... 20.80' Road Emntevpe; '. 'Salary Oct. 15 I .
j' John R.'Wllliams ........ 14001, .' ..
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I JASPER METHODIST HISTORY.. .



was no postoffke.,'church, or school house In the area. When he 'In September. 1878 the people ,;began the, constructionOf '
i V;<.t, (Ed. Note Below; the history ot the Jasper First Methodist arrived at the Hamilton Circuit he found the'Itreams all! swollen, the''present Sanctuary.; Rev. Hampton held 'services in ,the I Homecoming .At..
(J' Church: as published recently In the program booklet on the oc- ((which- required frequent swimming. He reports 1846 as a building before! it,,was* completed because a District Conferencewas
i caslon of the Centennial of congregation.. Because d the year of general prosperity on the Circuit with cessions at ill scheduled to be held at the Jasper Church and they wantedto J. R. E. Lee School

'length of the history It was split In half and the second Installment ppointments. He particularly mentions the October 25 camp improve the occasion with revival services. !t i, November 6. 1964 marked the-
will appear In next week's Jasper News.. It..ts reprinted meeting at Swift Creek. There were many conversions and nine. Rev James P. DePass Presiding Elder .and the Rev. I 1 I date for the annual Homecoming
x the church. The of the Circuitwas make the District Conference memorable I activities for the J. R.. E. Lee High
here because it has great local historical Interest and many who I teen accessions to membership Hampton help to a one. j School.
might be Interested did not receive a copy of the booklet.) 131 white members and 116 colored members. I The Florida Conference Woman's Foreign Missionary Society is (I I I I
The Methodists erected few church buildings in Florida "born in, a'buggy" during the Conference. The two'ministers I|I-I

FOREWORDThe before 1840. Homes, barns stables brush arbors blockhousesand visit around the membership "Sowing seeds of concern for mis'sions. -, !I the Coronation when Miss Lucille
often used the Methodist ." Bishop W M. Wightman of Charleston South Carolinawas ,
court rooms were by wandering
Gatlin
from
basic data of this historical 1 account was gathered I was crowned Miss J, R .E.
many sources, and the writer expresses his appreciation to all circuit: rider as a place of worship. Martin summarized that lack accompanied by his wife to the District Conference. Lee High School with MIsies,I fat tie,
those who so ably I loaned their time and talents in its compilation.The of church buildings .did not seem to hamper the work of the During their stay in Jasper. Mrs. Wightman officially Johnson. and Frankie Brown as first I
of materials used Methodist preachers in Florida for they gave ,little! attention to organized the first Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. It and second place attendant Miss
of the : I
following source
are some
Official such matters. began with a membership of about thirty, nearly every womanin Wanda Gall Ashley and Mildred
minutes of meetings of the
Church records including
1))
records and of the Eventually some attention was given to this matter for the church becoming a member. The first President was Mrs. (I Brown were crowned Miss Primaryand
$::\ 1 Board Quarterly Conference reports reports small 'Ella Stuart Blackwell. A Charter Miss Intermediate with Misses
Epworth League. Ladies Aid and Missionary Society and Church the first church of any kind in the town of Jasper was a I member was her sister Mrs. Vauchn'.and
log cabin Methodist church.. It stood in the Northwest corner E. C. Tompkins. The Bishop and his wife continued on to Cathy Jeanie Camel
Bulletins:. 2)) The Jasper News, a weekly county newspaperstill ] atendants to Miss Primary and Miss
I' in existence published by the Caldwells in 1890 presently of a lot which is the oldest part of the city cemetery. It was I Jacksonville where anew church was dedicated and another Missionary Geta Hawkins and Joyce Helen

published by Bee and Bob Ehlert; 3))Minutes of the Florida built during the 1847-1848 period. Preaching services and I Society was organized. Troutman atendants to Miss Inter

conference. Methodist Episcopal Church South:; 4)) Minutes of ,Sunday School were held every Sunday. ,i The ministers to preach in the new building for the next I I mediate. '
} the Florida Conference The Methodist Church; History) of Here in the churchyard were some of the people who died''few years are: W. S. Richardson ((1879) W, R. Johnson Other representatives cam
the First Methodist Church Jasper compiled by Mrs. J. G. during those early years and their graves form the nucleus of the J' ((1880)) William S. McIntosh' ((188If Thomas J, Nixon pus organizations and departments
Black 1959: 6)Florida) during the Territorial Days by Sidney present Evergreen Cemetery. ( (J882.1884). ) L. A. Darsie ((1883)), Sheffield ((1883)) J. M. I I were included In the, Coronation
Walter Martin: 7)Florida) during the Civil War by, John E. Another outgrowth of the new churchbttild ing was the Caldwell ((1884)) Thomas J. Nixon ((1884)) H. Summers Mil- processjon. This event was truly,a

Johns; Fifty-Two) Years in Florida, by John, C. Ley former establiShment of a week day, school''to accomplish the, educationof ler ((1885), and Carmine S. Bird ((1886.1887)) beautiful The and entertaining,which one.

Circuit Rider on the Hamilton Mission Circuit. the children of the little community and the surrounding i The Jasper Circuit consists of four churches in 1887. Car evening Bon-fire November 5 was, was Thursday

f It is fully recognized that much more can be done in completing ounty. On Sunday the Methodist Cathecism was used. This mine S. Bird serves the 148 members, receiving a salary of $365 lively and was enjoyed by the very student -
i the history of Jasper Methodist Church. There are many : was a book of questions and answers in the principles of relig- yearly. These Live Oak District churches maintain a tight discipline body and others.
unanswered questions. It is hoped that this challenge will not ion. There was ont prepared especially for little children and a as reflected in the following statement in a Quarterly Con- Friday November 6, marked the
go lacking in seeking our heritage. larger one prepared for the older boys and girls. This book was ftrence report: "A committee was appointed to investigate the day for the' main events, parade
Norman Edward Booth the only literature used in the Sunday School and its users were | conduct of recreant members! The meeting was informed of game and dance. The parade was a
October 25. 1964 'Pastor required to commit to memory the answers to every question in > the bad and unchristian conduct of .members." beautiful procession of eighteen
the book. The following year the Jasper Circuit is reduced to the feature attractions to Include the Ni-

HISTORY ,OF The District lines were changed in 'February 1849.... i Jasper, Jennings 'and Spring Hill Churches. J. G. Graham lead black Elementary School Band.

THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Hamilton Circuit was placed in the Newsnansvillc District "He Circuit forward gaining thirty members and the followingyear Jerry Float Jackson Carver High Elementary School School Float

>\ '' "EARLY DAYS" ((Alachua). Thomas N. Gardner was sent to the Circuit at this he remains a Superannuate being succeeded by R. H. and Jasper-Jennings Boy Scouts.
''9' 1836-18S5. 1870-19M session. The following year 1850, he was returned with Howren who dies in the parsonage on September 22 1889. Rev The Homecoming 'game was an
The founder of Methodism. John and Charles Wesley Thomas Taylor. Giant strides were made as the Circuit membership Howren is buried-is the Evergreen Cemetery and J. G. Graham especially entertaining one when

made their only visit to the Colonies during the year 1736. Gen. finishes out the year. the J. R..E. Lee Scorpions met with
Oglethorpe engaged them to be Chaplains to the Georgia Colony Slow growth is experienced during the next ten years. the Jordan High Bisons of Perry
I ,with i headquarters in Savanah. Their evangelistic impact was 1890-1900, under the leadership of the following pastors: Fred Florida. With Robert Cooper replacing
thusly first felt only hundred and fifty miles to the Northeast of ( E. Pixton ((1890-1891))'', A. M. Daiger ((1892)) T. J. Euans John Hale who was pre-
I Jasper and Hamilton County. 1893)) A. D. Penny ((1894)) H. S. Miller, Superannuate viously Injured the Scorpions were
1 John J. Triggs is sent by the South" Carolina, Conference of ((1894)). T S. Hubert ((1895-96)) G. D. Turner: ((1896)) D. able Bisons.to score a 12-6.victory over the-

the Methodist Episcopal Church to the Alpaha Mission in 1821, A. Cole ((1897)) Henry Hice ((1898)) Thomas C. Bradford
_il less than one hundred years later. This Mission was ,located in 1(1899-1900)) The Circuit membership rises to 248 and the A very entertaining half-time
[ show was presented by J. R. E. Lee
salary is $600. '
Southwest Georgia extending into Florida.
High Band; under the direction of '
The Gospel l was preached by Methodist itinerants into Records reveal that the Church Schedule of the Jasper Bandmaster Eugene T McCormick:
'Florida one year later 1822, both east and west of the Suwannee I Church was Worship Services on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at While the Homecoming'game and
River. John Slade the "Father of Methodism Florida"\ is'' 11:00: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Sunday School""was held in the dance marked the final victory for
sent as junior preacher with Mr. Triggs in 1823. Florida experienced afternoons at 3:00,: p>m. Prayer Meeting services were held every the Scorpions ft also ended their' "
I a rapid immigration to Middle Florida necessitating Wednesday night at 7:00: p.m. During A. D. Penny's pastorate season of play with their standingsas
I 'the establishment of the Tallahassee District. The South Caro- i.rt- Y i Preaching every Sunday was advertised in the Jasper News. being; unscored upon for'a totalof
lina Conference Josiah Evans be the of f I four games, with only two loses
sent to Presiding Elder i.. Death strikes the parsonage families three time prior to 1900. T.
and another win with a of 12-
this District in 1824. He found that the Indians ,. score
February J, Euans loses his wife and daughter in 1893 and they are I.6 for them.
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were moving to the east and south of the Suwannee as he traveled buried in Evergreen
\ Cemetery. Henry.Hice's wife dies in the I All Homecoming events were
i throughout this area Parsonage in 1898. successful exciting and enjoyed by
Martin in his book. "Florida tht
Sidney states during its participants and those who atten
\ Territorial Dags" that in any description of the early religious: 1900.1930 I died.

development of Florida the Methodist Episcopal Church must .u_ _Change.0_ appe.ars.ro be the. byword for this ,be given much consideration for :it played a prominent ,role in i pasiors serve me jasper t-ircuit and the'Circuit is placed first ---- --- ,
I carrying the gospel to the Indians and in ministering to the'spirit ?' t with one District and them another. The ministers were as fol4 -
c ual needs of the white man. lows: Henry E. Patridge. 1901, J. P. Durrance. 1902. R. H. .
The Methodist Circuit rider went from place to place Barnett. J 1902. James P. DePass. 1903-1904. S. W, Lawler. Sr. !i
preaching wherever he could get 9 congregation. He did not 1 se 1905. B. F. Mason. 19061908. George F. Scott. 1909.1910 :\ ,I
# have to be gifted or polished in this {rap tier life '.they were man Olin Boggess. 1911-1912 C. H. Summers. 1913 James T. Mew Arrivals!

t'' I 11 successful if rough brave and willing to work. Sometimes his Mitchell 1914. W. B. Tresca. 1915-1917... J. E. Woodward -
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I Ii schedule called' for thirty sermons in thirty days and he had to : ? : .1918-1919, R. A. Selby 1920)) Livingston Munro 1921-1922 BABY GIRL TEDDER, .
t: ride many miles from one appointment ,to another. J, L., Hunter 192326. E. J. Gates 1927. W. R James 1928.29 Lt. and Mrs. George, Tedder of
I Such an appointment came into being in the Hamilton A Quarterly Conference report.by.R. H. Barnett 1902. Norfolk Va., wishes to announce.
County area with the establishment of the Holato-Miccotown I H indicative of the activity within the ''c hurt h. He report an the birth of a baby girl born NO' '.'
settlement along the Alapaha River in 1825. Danitl Bell estab 1. Her '
active Eoworth Leairue. Orange Blossom Societv. Woman's For- name Is, Julie Elizabeth
}" fished thissettlemeent; six miles west of Jasper. A ferry was kept weighing 6 Ibs. and 1 oz'M'rs.;' Vera
t Missionary Society, Local
increased from 192 white members to 3$5. and tEe colored lln Parsonage and Home Missionary i
:,4 at Miccotown by the settlers and the settlement came to embrace I Society and a Sunday School of 162 members. Carter Is the proud grandmother.
:' sixty acres of cleared land and was divided among the different membership increased from 72 members to 115. Mrs. Tedder is a niece of Mr. and
,. families. The first Presiding Elder to return and serve Hamilton James P. DePass is the second Presiding Elder to return Mrs. J. T. Zipperer
S Methodism grew rapidly with similar settlements being Circuit came in Febraury. 1851. J. L. Jerry pioneer Circuit and serve the Circuit. The Jasper Charge is moved from the
"' established throughout Georgia and Florida. This necessitated rider was sent with John W. Carlton to the Hamilton Circuitby Live Oak District and placed in the Jacksonville District during WHITE SPRINGS' 4-11 CLUB
5 '- 'reorganization, therefore the General Conference authorized theJ Bishop R. Paine. Some of the other circuit riders to serve his pastorate in 1904, He reports to the Jacksonville District 18 MEETS!: .
1.. ; I -division of South Carolina and Georgia into two Conferences in Hamilton Circuit in theese early years were, Ben Jackson, Jehu members received on vows from the Norsworthy Tent Meeting. The Lucky-Leaf 4-H Club of White
Mizell. and John One month later he is followed by S. W. Lawler Sr who Iuds Springs met Monday after school
Henry.
; 1828. The actual division took place in 1830 when the Florida Sealy for their
( Methodist churches were transferred to the Georgia Conference. The little log building becoming inadequate: Major JohnL. the crest of this new zeal into a general repair program. A total Sue Hillhouse.regular monthly meeting. ,
of '$1500 is raised president called the
J 'x There were only five districts in the two States. Underwood upon whose !land it stood built a frame church and spent in repairing the parsonage and meeting to order Susan
church Shaw ,
r J. W. Tally was sent to be the presiding Elder of the toward the front of the: lot and this was occupied for several years buildings during this one year stay. secretary called the roll and. read
\ Tallahassee District of the Georgia Conference in 1833. This both as a church and a school house, until on Wednesday. Septem The Jasper Charge is placed back in the Live Oak District the minutes. Emily; Pound was
r was the year that West Florida was attached to the Alabama ber 1.5.1 1858. a terrific hurricane swept through Hamilton County in .1912. Two yeari later it is moved to the Gainesville elected Devotional Leader.
f Conference. 'Tally's district took in all of 'middle Florida and I which demolished the church. District. When in the Gainesville Districts the Presiding Elder is Two demonstrations ,were, given
!. Dccatur. Thomas and Lowndes Counties'in'Georgia. The fol- I That same year" 1858, a Baptist Church had been erected 1 C., H. Summers, former pastor of the Jasper Circuit, 1913. He Deborah Allison gave demonstra
lowing year 1834. Florida was divided into two districts ,the : In what*is known as Old Town and the members very cordially is the Presiding Elder during the years of 192528. tion on "Killing and mounting an
One of the memorable events during this period of is ,I Insect", Susan Shaw showed the
Tallassee and the St. Augustine Districts.J. I invited the Methodist to share their building with them. Doth change club
c L. the Revival led by Rev Arthur J. Moore in May 1916. Rev. "How to cover coffee cans'*
Jerry was appointed to be the Presiding Elder of congregations combined to worship there. I and tdld clever
the Tallahassee District is 1835. The Seminole War began and I A storm of even greater magnitude broke upon the Moore Conference ,Evangelist for the South Georgia Conference containers.Mrs. ways to use them as

( he had a District that comprised the whole Indian Territory church in 1864 with the advent of the: Civil War. Ley reports and future Bishop of that Conference comes to Jasper for a Wylma White displayed
He traveled unharmed from the Flint River to the Okefenokee that the white men of our State were nearly all irt.'the Confederate meeting. His song leader is the then famous Mr. Charlie Tillman. I Christmas gifts that Club members
swamp. I I Army. A study of this period of Florida history reveals Mr. Tillman is noted for his Gospel' song books. He is the pub- could make. November 23 after
.. The Town of Jasper was surveyed and the land laid out that Florida churches felt the impact of the war severely. Secession lisher of the Charlie Tillman Song Book Company. Mr. Tillman's school was chosen as a date for a
,1 into streets" blocks and lots during 1836. This was during the the raising of state troops and the subsequent war played wife Jewell, helps in the services with her piano artistry. I work meeting.
p 'period of the Seminole War ((1835-1842)) The County Com havoc with I individual churches. They were suddenly without The meeting attracts great attention and gnat crowds gather. in Reporter Deborah AlltsonejTI',
missioners set aside a block each for the three churches which hada stewards and leaders church school teachers left for service more Jasper Church. Methodists travel the sand bed roads down from
memerbship in or near Jasper at that time in this survey. Block rapidly than they could be replaced; and the general membership Valdosta to hear. Rev. Moore and Mr. Tillman.
f ten was given to the Concord Baptist Church and Block twenty itself declined in resident members. It is remarked by Ley that JASPER CHARGEOne 'S
t was given to the Methodist Church. There is some question asrto this blow called upon those who remained for more than ordinary of the most beloved and effective ministers to serve the
whether the Methodist property was ever utilized. Many of faith. ,Jasper Circuit returns for another successful pastorate in 1930.

j 'flu uprising Seminoles were moved to Oklahoma Indian Territory. The Florida Conference decreased annually In the number !J. L. Hunter establishes a record of eight. years on the Jasper

t in:,!84 3;...This.resulted. in resumed growth! in this area.. of pastors until 186... and nearly every' Methodist pastor who Circuit.While.
i ne inaian< war was ,not the only problem ot the Presiding did remain at his church was compelled to find secular employment all around the church great instability existed stability
r Elders. Strong feeling of Methodists in the North and for a livelihood. A further blow to the Conference was felt came to be the byword for the Jasper Church during this period. I Did you know that residents
theSouth J concerning the slavery issue and the power of thecpiscopalcy by the'division of the Georgia Conference in 1866. This move First the Jasper Charge was placed in the Tallahassee District in of Paris receive seven mail de-
resulted in 1844 with the division of the Methodist took nearly half of the Florida Conference territory and involved I 1931 whre it has remained. Second. Jasper Charge goes "full liveries daily .. ,that Egypt> is
t Episcopal Church into two denominations. It was only natural the transfer of nearly half of their members.: time"at the conclusion of Rev. Hunters pastorate. 97 percent arid unproductive
f. that Florida found itself in the new Methodist Episcopal Church. All of this was too much for the Hamilton Circuit It Some of the memorable events' occuring during his last pastorate desert land? that in Japan it
,, 1 South. lay dormant until about 1870. .. 11 I were the Revivalists. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Glenn and, Clarkof Is the custom to soap up and
The Wales and Bell of Scotland rinse before entering the bath
Florida Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal "JASPER CIRCUIT" impact upon the County in 1931.
Church. South was established'the following 1845. The Glenns holding a Revival in Jennings and Jasper during Feb. water) that the term "wi
year The records afford us little information until the1890's. dow's
very peals", .
I due to the continuinggrowth of Florida. Our Conference still We have the. tcord'of the ministry through this period ruary and the Union Revival Meeting of Clark and Bell in Sep I ed hairline, originated denoting a.with V-shap
continued to serve parts of the South Georgia area until 1866. and two major historical events which will be related. The following tember The Evangelistic Club is organized with W. Marvin early superstition that a woman an
t "HAMILTON MISSION OR CIRCUIT" served the Jasper Circuit until 1879: W W. Williams. O'Cain as president in October as a result of this Evangelistic wth such a hairline would lose
1ro Florida Conference convened in nearby Tallahassee with William fervor' in Hamilton County. her husband and
M. Rogers ((1870)), Robert M. Elzy (1871)) Smith soon remarry.
i' Bishop Soule sending R'' 'A. Griffin to labor in ,the Hamilton Dwenport ((1872)). E. J. Knight (1873)). T. A. Carroth Lightning strikes the steeple of the church'doing considerable I The way some laundries hand
:: Mission in 1845. Rev. Griffin died in the following year and H874)). J. S. Collier '((187-4)I ). Dr. W. E. Collier ((1875)) JohnM. damage to the roof and lighting system during a severe thunder- le clothes is as silly as a Japanese
bit name leads the list of the Roll of the Honored Dead of the Hendry ((1876)), John H. Johnson (1877)) and William shower. The current followed the wires into the parsonage putting bath. Do it the Americanway
Methodist Episcopal I Church. South. At this sarge Conference Hampton ((1878)) 0'1 that lighting system out of commission and severely shocking at JASPER LAUNDRY
John C. Ley was sent to the Ocean Pond Mission. This Mission New growth began to occur along the Atlantic Coast Mrs. Hunter. Fortunately Mrs. Hunter pulled the electric switch CLEANERS.. faster cheaper: '

embraced all of what is now Bradford Columbia. Hamilton Line track. Most of the new residences and stores were built there !is j few minutes before the bolt struck add perhaps saved the lives better.TI1W WEEK'S

Suwannee Counties in Florida and Echols and Clinch Counties in The need for a Methodist Church was felt by the community so I Iof' the inhabitants of the parsonage. niNTi After cfoMlag HOUSEHOLD bro.she. .
Georgia. ,.There appears to be an over-lapping of the Mission Dr. Lucian F. Frink and Mrs. Martha E. Frink gave the deed i The Trustees of the Jasper Church are appointed Trustees ., try robbing a paint mall
lines. ,"'>, for the property upon which the First Methodist Church now of the Maple Grove property and granted! the power to dispose of of petroleum amount -
Jelly on the
7 One year later John C. Ley was sent to the Hamilton stands. Miss A. E. Brown gave the deed for the property upon I the property as the population declines in the county with a Matlc to keep them son and
Circuit. Ley notes in his history, of Florida Methodism that there which the present parsonage stands. noticeable effect upon the churches. Still there were'' enough pliableA.
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THE JASPER NEW JASPER FLORIDAAlL PAGE SEVEN

Methodists around to entertain 225 member of the Suwannet Tompkins-Worley Circle. i V: The economic renditions for Hamilton
River _. .. < County and
League Union in ; BURNHAJINEWS
An August, 1932. Daniel D. Diffenwierth, 19521954. This highly experienced ] Jasper begin to make their impact upon the community during
.- unhearlded tribute is paid to Rev. Hunter i in the man of God completes two of his ,last years in the this year as the membership dwindles to' 340 members. Notwithstanding 87 LOICIPPEREK ,j

Jasper wonderful,New l J like
Jean days. 4p' n'ebto'dpeiation:.4 within the. :Charge" ,during'these' wards a wholesome_pride}in our:: church. More.work: done\.11 1 :\ I, raised. for a11Aurposes.4llring hit1' ministry. needlework. You can take It up and .
"The church the Sanctuary as the'art windows are done.over arid,t rv/irfi i t Norman E. ,Booth!,. 1963-Repairs to the. ,parsonage and worry about It at odd'moments.
year closed with a remarkable financial doors are installed in the vestibule. The Church d Parsonage: ''to, the church: as well as meeting the financial .obligations of Frank Sullivan '
showing. Not withstanding the depression the church made have a good? washing and: necessary tcucl-up \v'v'r// r.cec..., Ke I the building,program remain to challenge membership. Last .
a.creditable showing on its benevolent collections/ and met its Diffenwierth leads the Jasper Church with a n.-'f..tcrship. of 320 year these obligations and needs were met. ;r membership Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lasseter spent '
obligations to the presiding elder and pastor practically/ one hun paying their minister a salary of $4000.00. rolls were carefully evaluated and the year ended with a total of last week In Birmingham, Ala. with
dred percent, and every individuat pledge of the membership paid J. Milton Ivey 19541958. The Jasper Church con 300 members on the rolls. their son-in-law and daughter Mr.

in full with The an exception of only about three. tinues on the move under the leadership of this former carpenter- The Jasper Charge joined in the Conference Evangelistic and Mrs. Jack S.Chandler.. .

congregations have been faithful and rfgular. The contractor. The church considers relocating the Sanctuary to the Program and secured the services of Rev. Henry Guy BCKMIAM

reports church. show Two growth and increase in every. department of the U. S. Highway 41 but the motion is rejected and'a1 counter proposition Conference Evangelist. to hold a revival in November*." The The Burnham HOME Home DEM Demonstration MEETS

Woman's Missionary Societies, Two Epworth is made to develop a master plan for the present church third annual Holy Week Laymen's Revival is held and the men Club'met: with Mrs. Franklin
Leagues .one Evangelistic Club and one of the best organized and property. of the church help in the establishment of. the Hamilton County Gaston Wednesday Novenbor 4.

than equipped one Sunday hundred Schools and in the county. There'has ,been more Some of the significant events indicating heavy ac. Brotherhood Foster Shephed and Clyde ,Payne',are li!y, !?Clcfrs at 2:M n m. Mrs. J, M. Mills, Presl!
....': fifty.additions" the membership, .the*, tivity within the life'of the church are as follows. Charles A' chunk/during'thii second pastorate.. __ __ u charge of the devotional,
Thompson hold Revival in March. 1935 followed
comes to
a Rally Methodist Youth Fellowship has 'an especially
$2850.00: When Rev. Hunter leaves Jasper the salary has risen to Day is celebrated with 174 attending Church School in October, active year hosting the "Suwannee Crusaders" ahd'"Majeffta"'t'bDistrict with prayer by Mrs Isaac Shiver.
with
a membership of 377 on the Circuit. I The subject for the afternoon wa
1955.
The Florida Youth
.. Conference Methodist Fellowship joint Installation Banquet. Rev. Booth secures
"JASPER STATION"Rev. President Jimmv McIntyre. comes to JasPer to lead a Youth Rev. Warren Willis Florida Conference Youth 'Director, as "Care of Floors" Mrs White show
Charnelle Hightower Summers is sent to Jasper Revival in '1956. The Fri.-Sat.-Sun. ed samples of different brands of
April Program attracts 162 the Guest Speaker at the Banquet. Our Woman's Society of
becoming the third former presiding Elder returned to this wax suitable or diferent types of
young people. Christian Service helps to prepare and serve the meal\ to over 200 floors. Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Combajs
charge. Some highlights of his pastorate 1934-38, was the November 26-27 .1956 is a happy day for Jasper. Jasperis Methodist Youth that gathered in the fellowship hall for the' presented their new pieces made In
establishment of Sunday morning and evening services in the the host of the 1956-57 Tallahassee District Conference. The Banquet. ._,_ their ceramic course. They were '
church at Jasper The Quarterly Conference established this to ''visiting Missionaries C. L.
two "Spotty" Spottswood and P. beautiful. Delicious refreshmentSwere
Large delegations travele from during the
begin on Febraury 25, 1934' The Pageant "With Jesus forTwo Gordon Gould Conference. Jasper year
are principle speakers at Charles in served by the hostess
Weeks", was presented during the Lenten Season of 1934 Courtoy is licensed by the District Committee'of Ministerial support of the various District Programs. Our Wonun'sSociety .

with Mrs. Christie W Summers directing the forty people in Training in his home church continuing a long line of Christians and the Youth Fellowship leads the Tallahassee Districtin Mrs. Marvin Selph of Jasper has
percentage of members at the District Meetings.On .
the cast. present been( confined to Pinevtew General
answering God's call Church-Related Vocation while
to ; members -
Tragedy visits the parsonage and membership. Lee M. of the' Jasper Methodist Church. April 10. 1964, new growth occurs in the parsonage Hospital fo rthe past several days
Hamilton Sunday School Superintendent is killed in an Industrial family. Angeline Gay Booth is born in the Hamilton County where she underwent surgery. We
accident: Christie W. Summers.Jr. only nine months old. Some of these other men and women of God are: Frank Hospital ending a twenty eight year drought of babies bornto hope she will soon be home feeling

dies in Jasper on Saturday, October 17, 1935. Six months McCall evangelist. Florida: Amos A. McCall preacher, Florida; a parsonage family while in Jasper. as "Good as New".
later"new life comes to the parsonage ac Christie Wappello Summers Eugene Barnett Missionary China: Bertha Smith, Barnett Missionary This year a Quarterly Conference was held on July 22 .
III is born on Monday, April 20 1936. China; Robert S. Stewart, preacher Jasper Joe Smith 1964 to consider purchasing a new parsonage. Mrs. Glenn Scaff Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hogan of
Another pleasant experience occurred. in March.. 1935 peacher, Missiissippi: E. Cody Wilson, preacher. North Georgia. I and Mrs. Davis had contacted the''' Church offering their houses White Springs and Mr. and Mri.

when Circle No. 2 of the Missionary Society. honored Mrs. Vivian Patterson Medical Missionary, China; Henry Barnett i for sale The Conference rejected both proposals. The mood of Ralph Cunningham spent last
Thursday and
Eugina Tompkins by voting to bear her name. All of the Mission School Teacher, China: Scott Patterson Missionary.Africa the Conference was to begin that project after the $12.000.09 chee; where they Friday enjoyeed at Steinhat-camping

tw;ntv members of the Circle were present as well as Mrs. ; Kathleen Register Redeker, J-3 missionary to Japon. debt on the Educational Building is eliminated. The Quarterly fishing and eating.

Tompkins. Then five months later a called meeting,,of the Jasper Conference appointed Marvin O'Cain. Lennard Register and :
Extensive beautification Is carried on during Rev. Summers Church is held on April 18. 1957. The purpose of the meetingwas Clyde Payne to seek available lots for a new parsonage. J. C and Helen Lee and childrenof

pastorate here. The ,Jasper News comments that Brother to consider the purchase of the vacant lot directly north of the The Official Board voted to observe the Centennial Jacksonville spent the weekend
Summers has transformed the church property since his pastorate Methodist parsonage from Mr. Emmett Lee Dupree. Sr. Mt. Homecoming for the Jasper Church in October 25, 1964. Rev. with their parents and grandparents -
here from an unattractive to the most attractive and beautiful Marvin O'Cain moved that the church purchase the property, it E. CodfyWilion and Dr. Robert C. Holmes were invited to be Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McCul-

properties in the city. was seconded by Mrs. Wilmer J. Sapp and the motion tarried the principle,speakers at this occasion. ley

In April of 1938 the entire sanctuary of the Methodist J unanimously. Another motion by Mrs. O'Cain seconded by CHURCH OFFICERS THROUGH THE YEARS Avon Alderman of Tampa was

church was remodeled and furnished. The Altar piece was rebuilt Mrs. Sapp. was made to proceed'with securing Preliminary CIU'RCII' SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT weekend up visiting home folks over the

to include three altar windows the suspended cross haloes sketches and costs for phase I of the Master Plan. This phase Dr. Lucian F. Frink

by Alter-fires and faced with embossed hand hammered cop. constituted an Educational Building with Fellowship Hall. Col. L. E. Roberson Isaac Shiver, *Jr.., .of Fernandina
per was'done and donated by Mrs. O. C. Ratliff. The inscription One year later Rev. Ivey leaves the task of completingthis :,\\v1/ Dr. C. B. Tompkins spent some time over the weekend
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embossed in red cedar was done and donated by Mr. J. O. project to his successor. Statistically we may note that Jasper 'IJI C. W. SmithJ. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac

Biddle. The entire walls and the chair panel was don'e'4n.Walnut World Service giving increases nearly 300#, $350 to' $1000. \ ,A J. W. Pennington I H I ,f, 'Shiver, Sr. Also spending the week-
Stained panel wood. Mr. C. H. Summers did the work. *> the membership increases 20%, 320 to 384 and the ministerial 'fi, S. M. Perkins < end with Mr. and M s. Shiver was

The Florida Conference changed the Conference year to support 12K\ /, $4000 to $4500 during his ministry. L. M. Hamilton \ 1 the granddaughter, Carol Bogans of

end in May instead of the previous December Consequently Rev. R. C. Joyner, 19581962. Rev, Joyner .a former truck William W, Bradshaw Gainesville.Marie Williams of Jacksonville
Summers was the first to move in June. farmer, saw the First Methodist Church of Jasper grow to the R H. KnappJ. -
spent Saturday and Sunday with
and indebtedness in the f the Wallace Hamilton
"UNIFICATION"James largest memberhip history pf church. her parents Mr .and Mrs. Winston
E. Shepherd came in June 1938 and the following Only five months after coming to Jasper a Quarterly Conferenceis William Reddin Dail. Sr. Williams.

year the Methodist Episcopal Church. South the Metho- held on October 15, 1958 to elect a Building Committee, The William M. Odom .
dist Episcopal Church and Methodist Protestant Church unitedto Committee is elected consisting of C. B. Renter Chairman .' A. Foy Kinsey \I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Keeling
form The Methodist Church. Rev. Shepherd moved after two Richard MartinJ. W. Register, Marvin O'Cain. M. G. Benson ;,. William ,Marvin O'Cain ':' spent Sunday in Madison County

years to Groveland where he died and was interred.' His wife W. R. Dail Sr., C. E. Courtoy, Fred Mickler an..d Charles Jones.; I rJ \ :William Reddin Dail, Sr.' .J. with Tommy's grandmother; Mrs.
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t.v t.- .. '.' C'p..j.James. L.,Dunaway > ". >-.
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has returned to Jasperand- n.-Louise Vickers a daughter and ,. :...- Keeling.'a'
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... \ ," "" co ,ROMAN'S REIGMISSIONARY SOCIETY $$ .' k '
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Foster Shepherd still reside in our community., .. .
i' Mrs.., Ella Stuart Black well Mrs. Jim Geiger of Valdocta "
E.-T. Standifer 1940-1943 Ws.: F. Dunkle 1943.1944.' !,I' .:' .... .t, 'y''.1 ; spent Sunday afternoon with her 1
and.George E. Graden. 1944.1946.. spanned the War Years for ... ,.., \ Mrs.Mrs. Braxton Liza Brown Small I ',l#'JW !,p pn' I sister Mrs. Fred Roebuck. ; ,
Revival is held Dr. S. W. Walker I I .:.,. _
the Jasper Church. A great by Mrs. J .M. Duncan '/ I If you are out to discredit I the
during Holy Week while Rev. Standifer seryed Jasper.. The busi> ;; Mrs. Dan Boynton .' \ I truth leave elegance to the traitor-

ness district.closed"Saturday night so everyone could come to -Me.. Js .White r Albert. Einstein
[ in the community '- .5.
these Revival Services. The Sprit was moving r Mrs. O. A. Worley
of Mr. and Mrs. James Blair are
Dunkle District Superintendent previous years
Dr. .a A .
r Mrs. Isreal J. McCall '
served the Jasper Church during a time of ministerial shortages pending: sometime In Sumpter
;
Mrs. James Graharrr JJlack. Sr. South Carolina with their son-in-
the Conference mInIster served their country as. hSp. .
Ma)1Yf Mrs. Lonnie Rhodes
servlCb. l-te I.:.,, law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
of the armed comments ,
bins in the various branches
Mrs. C. L. Adams 3. E. Kennlngton and family ,
,
on the shortage of lay workers'as leaders of the church Mrs. Horace Bland -

leave their: homes. and friends; to__ _likewise nn _H serve_ their_ country. WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICEMrs. wiriTE SPRINGS BCIIOOL NEWS
Rev. Graden follows'Dr. Dunkle and he works hard with the Ponce DeLeon Sandlin Sr The F. H. A. Initiation of new
Committee back to the Quarterly
organization of the church. The Methodist Men is organizedon This Building reports members and Installation of off!
Mrs. J. A. Harrison
the first and Church Conference with a plan for'an Educational Unit to held the school
March 13. 1945 with Mr. C. B. Rentz cers was at Tuesday
Tuesday.
Mrs. Ponce DeLeon Sandlin Sr
# ,
include hall costing $55,000 in April 12 1959
President. The ,Methodist Youth Fellowship' is organized in a fellowship evening November 10 with Cheryl
June 1944, The Clara Johnson Circle of the.W. S. C. S. and 'I 1 he Conferences vote to proceed with the Building Program and Mrs. H. Grady Marable r Shaw acting as moderator. The
Mrs. Ponce DeLeon Sandlin Sr.
active with to secure a loan of 30000.00 to complete the project. The ., new members of this year are: Cynthia
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Class
the Wesleyan Fellowship' are reported" as ,groups architect, Joe E. Bright developes the working drawings and the Mrs. M. G. Benson ., :. Allison Emily Pound Debbie
the church., Mrs. 'William Marvin O'Cain Taylor, and Gale Tomlinson. The
Superintendent contract is let to the A. G. Martin Construction1, .Company on
District comes
Dr. Ed J.. pendergrass. Mr.'. Thomas P. Owens Sr. officers installed at this meetingwere
is held July .
20 1960. A Ground Breaking on
Rev.. Garden's Dr. Fender- July ceremony I '.ft'-
and held revival during pastorate.
a President Stormant
Mrs. Richard Martin : Joyce ;
grass becomes the second Evangelist to hold a revival in the 23, 1960 at 3.00 p.m. Those participating in the ceremony Mrs. Johns, F. Lewis .d* Vice President Paula Allison; See
committee and the following individauls: j
Jasper Church ,and later be elected to the Episcopalcy.A were the, building Mrs. Walter Havener .: retary, Macilene McElhenny:
Special Service, of Thanksgiving was. held at the Mary Ann Courtoy., M.Y.F., Mrs. Ponce DeLeon Sandlin. Sr Treasurer, Ann Bryant; Program
Church with the ending of the War. W. S. C. S.: J. T. Bridges, Trustees. Marvin Rodgers Chairman ... ... : ,'.. ,,, Chairman Vickie Pautz; Historian
*' THE POST-WAR YEARS"The of Official Board William Feagle. Lay Leader R. C. Joyner, 'I' Rheba Morgan: Parllmentartan;

tight wartime' control on building''materials are re. Pastor, ;and Foster H. Shepherd. Materials were placed on the TIPPETTE ;, t Daisy Melton; Songleader, Susan
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ground and workmen began immediately on the other building.The Shaw; Reporter, Pat Christie and
leased and the long needed\ Sunday School Annex is on its way to
[coming a reality.: The membership of Jasper Church had risen new building was officially opened and dedicated for SPREADER SERVICE Degree Chairman Kathy! Law.

Ito 324 and the need was very apparent. James A. Hendry, 194611948. service oh January 8, 1961 at 3:00: p.m. Rev R. C. Joyner ben After enjoyed the program refreshments guests and of punchan mem
t receives permission for the Church to build the Annex conducted the service with special music provided by the Church dcookles.
[from Dr J, W. Blake, District Superintendent. Dr. Blake raised choir and soloist Miss Marilyn Joyner. Dr Shuler,Peele, Talla- DOLOMITE HICALFERTILIZER .

the question of relocation of the church to another site in the hasse District Superintendent came and gave' the declaration and The Beta Club Is having a cake

future. Nevertheless a Social Hall and Kitchen are added andIchimes delivered the message. sale Saturday morning, November

are installed. The new Sunday School buildings were The many organizations and members worked! hard to For G ood, Fast, Experienced Service ', 14, In downtown White Springs. This
F formally opened on Sunday July 27, 1947. equip the new building and rooms. The Children a Division of Cake Sale I Is to help finance the
continued under the Call LARUE TIPPETTE Florida District 7 Beta Club meeting of
Major repairs and renovations are the Church School collected pennies resulting in several hundred 971-5495 Lee which the local club Is host .
While the
l leadership of Richard E. Ackenhusen. 19481952. dollars for the project. Individuals assumed certain projects as
P. T. A. was held Monday, Nov.
membership drops to 255, "Akie" is able to lead the membership memorials. The William W. Bradshaw family equipped the .. 9 !in the school lunchroom. Mr.
jnto' gains in every area of church life. The Jasper Church Church Office to the glory of God. C. B. Rentz and Mrs. H. G. '" Matthews assistant director of ft
showed their appreciation by raising his salary from $3000 Marable equipped the Library Area in memory of Mrs. C. B. Stephen Foster Memorial was the J
to $36000.00 before he was moved. A Parsonage Building Rentz. Mrs. Walter Havener and Miss Inez McCall 'equipped HARRISON HOMES Inc. guests speaker The title of his talk ]
Committe was appointed to study the needs for a new Parsonagein the Pastors Study. The Youth Rooms are equipped by Rev: was "The Zoning of White Springs" f
1949. The Committee ',reports back and decides to remodel E. Wilson and the Emmett Lee Dupree family presented a Baldwin The second and tenth grades won

instead of building a new parsonage. The remodeling and modernization Organ to the church in memory of Mrs. N. F. Dupree. Presents. room count Refreshments served
by Mr*. Lee Mrs. Tomlinson and
The total cost is 3808.00.Tbe
immediately.
took place the fir'tLaymen'
Some notable events of a non-building nature are Mrs. Chasteen were enjoyed by all
Church also undergoes necessary repairs as a cement block ; Revival during Holy Week, 1958 and the Revital 2, 3, or 4 Bedrooms; Mr. Kelley of theState Forestry
foundation is put under the church and new concrete porchesare the ''Rev. Joynersees
meeting with Robert Bledsoe'during same year Department held an assembly pro.gram
constructed in 1949. The Church was painted white and the membership swell to 404, the property value from 1, 1/, or 2 Baths for the 5-8 grades In the

.the foundation grey and the parsonage painted. $51.000 $115.000.00 and the pastors salary k increase from "" school auditorium last week. Ills
Within the Sanctuary new 'pulpit furniture is provided 4500.00 to 5100.00. Program consisted of two films related
hy Mr. Walter D. Bellingrath. The pulpit communion table ALL BRICK HOMES to forestry and answered ques
baptismal font and flower stands were donated by Mr. Bellin O. C. Howell. 196.2. J 963. The process of finishing up tlona asked by* the students-

grath. At this time Mr. Bellingrath. hearing of the chimes the building and repairing the present church structure are continued _If Reporter

contributed to add many new numbers to our library of musical by Rev. Howell. Notable accomplishments are the secur No Money Down on Your Lot., PaulSj Allison and
transcriptions., ing and installing of the new carpet in the Sanctuary a cost of Sue_ .Hillhouse.. .
On Homecoming Day. April 29 1951 the new Wurlitzer over 1000.I Shortly after Rev. Howell arrived, an altar set ofa Will accept house or trailer on trade. LONG- --TERM-

and new furniture were dedicated by Dr. Joe A. Tollle silver cross candlesticks and flower vases were presented to
District organ Superintendent. The presentation of the furniture and the church by the J. T. Bridges family in his memory. During 70'MODE1.S: TO CHOOSE FROM. LOW INTEREST

organ was made by J. G. Black. a Trustee, with acceptance by the year the Woman's Society disbands the Tompkins-Worley I LOANS -
Contact
Information
For
R. H.Knapp. a Steward. ti 1,1: Circle and the Clare Johnson Circle. .< /
A special Wet-Dry Election is held for Hamilton County Later in the year a severe'freeze hits Jasper and the Church ALEXIS MILLER Jasper or write Thru the _
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and the Churches band together to defeat the Wets. The pastor and Parsonage do not escape its effects. Many exposed pipes FEDERAL LAND BANK

reports that the young people were largely influential in the froze and broke causing extensive repairs as well as inconvenienceto Federal 'Land Bank
victory of the Temperance movement, all concerned. A carport is built for the Parsonage and some Harrison Homes, Inc.

A new circle of the Woman's Society.of Christian Servicewas repairs to the interior are completed. I ASSOCIATIONLive
formed in 1951. This circle was named after .Mrs. Edith I The second Laymen's Revival U held in the Spring and Box 204A Perry Florida Oak 362.1 S2S

Worley. Later as conditions warranted, the Eugenia TompKins : Rev Robert Bledsoe returns ro Jasper for another excellent time. 311 South Ohio Avenue

Circle and the Edith Worley Circle were merged into the of Spiritual power in spite of the severe winter weather.f 1-- ... -



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