The Jasper news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00257
 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
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I Polls Set Up .ForTobacco.Quota.Vote ; ;Band, to Presentirist.rnasConcerDec17 1\ I(|! Sponsor'Vonlans Drive Club For To Chamber .,of..'Commerce! ,

( : ( ,(Hospital Nursery t Meeting! 'Monday ight

:, Mrs Jack Vinson, chairman of.
a Jasper Woman's Club Drive for
Polling placed; tor the Dec. 15 referendum U at least two-thirds of the grow Next Thursday night December slclans will take part In the program supplies for the Hamilton Hospital The regular meeting of the Board of' Directors

marketing: quotas for en voting In the referendum vote 17, the ,music department of the Each group will present several Nursery issued the following list and Committee Chairmen of the Hamilton
the ,next three:crops' of flue-cured YES, quotas and allotments will be Jasper Junior'Senior High School selection-jurf; will conclude the of needed articles: Wrap-around County
tobacco have been designated by In affect for the 1965, 1966, and 1967 will present a night of Christmas program by combining: their talentsin shirts, receiving! blankets, baby bottles Chamber of Commerce will be held Monday evening -
the Hamilton :County Agricultural crops of flue-cured: tobacco, subject musla in the High School Auditorium (- the rendition of three well known (Evenflow, glass preferred), ,. December 14, in the Chamber of. Commerce

F .Stabilization and Conservation Committee to Legislative change, If any; t at 8:00: p. nu Cnristflnas numbers. and bed linens. office. J lper. The meeting will start at 7:30

is follows t. 1.,.Cannon's. Penalties for marketing excess Three croups'of musicians will This year In an effort to fill the If you have any of these thingson All Chamber of Commerce p.m.
Garage, White Springs, 2<. ASCS tobacco will alSo-be in effect and take part the Junior High Glee auditorium there will be no admission -I hand or would like to contribute the are open to
Office, Jasper, 3, Wyno'4.Stan,, price support will be'av.l1Ab1e togrowers' Club, under the direction' of Mrs. chargedInco it Is Christmasand money or new'! Items please phone public. '
Nell Rhoden, will sing several selections i L
Crossroad, 4. 7th. District; I Voting who do not exceed. their! : approaprtate for this season the splrtif of giving should be Mrs. Jack Vinson or any memberof ------
'Pred. ct. Bellevin .. farm, allotment] "' permeating the community, an the club.Memben.
? of the' year1. Also, the Senior Choose Chairman
The polls open from 8.00 a.m. I t..marketing quotas are not approved ,High Glee Club and SenbJlI&b opportunity w be given after the are asked to bring an I'I Famous Family To

to 8:00 p. moOnnmlttee ',that .Is; |.f more than one- Band will appear on the program. concert for the public to give a donation article of this kind, or more, to the Of March of Dimes Present Recital 1
to further the work of meeting December 11. It Is hoped ,
Chairman Wallace third of those voting vote NO, there The Junior High Glee Club is made: help fo '
,Deas points out that notices of will be no quotas or penalties andno up of 53 voices and the Senior High the musla department. Let's all go there this will opportunity.be a generous responseto Mrs. C. D. Darker will be chair At Memorial 1

farm acreage allotments' have price support on the 1965 crop Glee Club numbers 43. Along ,with'and see If,'tbe. .auditorium will hold man of the 1965 March of Dimes ,
been mailed to all flue-cured ,tobacco of flue-cured tobacco. In that event the 40 piece band, well over 100 mu- 'w. 'II Campaign which occurs during the Sunday December 13 the

farm ()operators so that they another referendum would be held .: Call Meeting\ To month of January each year. I Sterret Family of Gainesville talented will
may 'Icrow'WMt' their 1965 >allotments next year on quotas for the followIng The March of Dimes is an annual be presented In their seventh \

are In. advance ofl the referendum three crop years. ,In and Around City Hall I Revive Riding ClubAll fund raising campaign of the program of traditional Christmas annual -
National Foundation
Under quota program, the Chairman Deas urges all flue- which has music at Stephen Foster Memorial
allotments are announced annuallyfor cured tobacco growers to vote on < / conquered 'polio, and now is con- 2:30
old, who : p.m. In the CarilVxt
one year at a time this important question.:. Py Robert Flak I(with caution 10 the viclnty of the persons young or cerned with birth defects. Your Tower "
Invited attend it
ride to
like a
to are was announced :
street construction. The stops signs County Chapter helps support a "
The Council has notified the I meeting called' for this Sunday at by Thelma Boltln, Memorial
and markers
street have been re- treatment center In Galresvillc.Jennings .
Florida Power Corporation to' Install moved from, these 2-00: p-nx at the County Camp. program: director. "A fifteen minute .
HOME DEMONSTRATION NEWS by Wylma White new mecury: Vapor street lighting I damage during streets to prevent r Plans for the afternoon Include n I --- carillon recital of Christmas

on the streets that,are now being construction. few games, some riding around, favorites played' by Dr. Sterrett
I paved In the city. These streets While on tM subject of driving it and a meeting to discuss future, Seniors to I will open the program."
are 3rd Ave NW from U. S. 41 to Is becoming vsery notlcable recently! meetings trail rides I II I I
or The
Remember I SpQiisor''St Sterrett Ramify, consists of
the drivers
Christmas! the Southern Railroad depot and many are parking on 'pper
; -' the wrong,side of the ------- Dr. Sterrett Jane Sterret and the
Central Avenue: from the Post Office street. It Is
south to U. S. 41. This lighting unlawful to cross the left lane of son with them. Parents are urgednot And Talent Show I[children, Jamie, Vickie and Tyler.
A CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBEH the children share In the Joy of will be Installed* as soon as the, rnaflc and 1 fpark with the'drivers to allow their children under They have appeared as a family
,It Is Christmas the mansion, I creating or whether the beauty of State Road Department ok's the I I side to the'curb.: This type Is dangerous IS to drive unescorted Any 'such On Saturday night, December 19. I I singing group for some 7 years, having
Yule-log fires and silken frocks; the finished product Is more Important pole locations for Installation,of and many times causes confusion person caught could lose their student tOO enior Class of Jennings High begun with the youngest child
It is Christmas in the cotage, Nothing h morC Discouraging these lights.It Is the cities policy: and traffic tie ups. license. will have supper and talent show.I i[was only 4 years old. ,They have
:Mother's filling little socks to a child than to start something Install the new lighting as fast ,as With the 'many new residents in o. The class will serve barbecued appeared in concert, on TV, over
It is Christmas on the highway. that is too exacting for J his the budget will aU w'. It costs fthe I Jasper we should strive to use our There will" be a special called; chicken with all the trimmings In !I radloand .as guest artists for a
lathe thronging. busy'mart; skill'and then to have It taken a- city approximately $100, per light i best driving manners; For the convenience meeting of the City Council on Monday the school lunch room from :5\ to 7 number of programs: of various
But the dearest truest,Christmas, way. from him with an impatient, per month more! for the mecury I and safety of all divers we December U, 1961 at 7:30: p.m They will deliver suppers if you i types. Recently they appeared In
Is the,Christmas in the heart. *Here let me do that, I guess" you vapor lights than' for'the old type :are requesting')that everyone obey Thin meeting In called to consld wish. |i concert at Penny Farms ,as guest
author unknown ,r are too little" street light. t Cost pt'the steef lighting 'all driving and parking! regulations. er the request to extend! water and The talent show will be held In performers in the Dickens' Christ I
Jl w' do you remember hrlst- Children need to give as well as In Jasper now runs approximately ? Also,It Is'noted that students un- sewer line Went on U. 5. 41. Any the school auditorium at Jennings mas Carol reading at the University
masT It,has, the glow ol candles, receive If,you haven't the time or $ o.oo per month. der 16 With'restricted liceneses are one Interested In the extentlon of starting at 7:30.: So plan to come : of Florida and on the benefit program
.sparkle,<*. 'tinsel, and the good patience to help them make the I being allowed by parents to driveIn thee faculties,are, invited,and re and eat with the seniors and then, for muscular dystrophy at
smells and cherry bustle in the gift.then let them select and wrap Citizens' are zQiuested to drive the city ,without{ a licensed, per- quorffd to be present. enjoy an evening of fun. Lake City.
h kitchen -. along I With'j the oncea'year" the gift There Is a big temptationto -- --- \ -- .-.
-letters''from instant friends, 'pick up something yourself and .. ;
the"family traditions ,the .1 ia
"of klnsKlb 1 wUh"KnWpect* who h"ycut"t{ I '1. ,. 'Y-' { ) ?'-....... .
kindle the feelings of reverence and I Iliclous feeling of being a part of all llRIlH' g1' ':"'/ *' If", it' ?.' .
In'beautiful and mysteriousways /: "'
joy the Christmas excitement with secrets ...... -\ 1. "
Why, then, does Christmas. of their own, and the gifts are 1'.... -L__ .: f I: ,,. ,.,..,. .,','"" I r':
sometimes turn sow? Why do we meaningless ,It, might be well to > s'1 'Y S
sometimes feel that toe\ will be glad open gifts made by the children a 7It1oep.QuBy; ,, ; b 9 V '
wten It'. all over for another year! day or 2 before Christmas so they ,
Christm is a seison, a spirit, a I lean be admired, without being over po
time of lov*- not merely an hour of,,shadowed by other gifts These
unwrapping presents! The surprise might be proudly shown to visitorr, Jim .Drews _and Bob BergenIt's

and joy of a child! is beautiful to I or used In the holiday decor liVING '100 books before noon Saturday,
see but It does not take a lot of'; Hanging stockings, finding a pro- "To touch the cup with eager lips .
gifts to make a child happy, Too and.candy are Joy- and taste not drain lei; iI I The Myrtle White Flower shop
of toys eleven o'clock dark Flor- will
fusslon on a item and he and
.much receiving can be tiring and' of cnTldhooa.(Jut children eJ to any one can : To woo and tempt and court a bliss. ,held the 4th annual Open House Saturday
'ous rights ida You're driving with friend
contusing Reading and talking about much moreIn night. a eat almost anything Frogs eggs young and not attain It: December 5. Many lovely
Christmas In other lands dur- are able to learn kindness, across state on a long flat, monotonous birds berries, insects corn and in captivity To fondle and caress a Joy, yet bold i Christmas arrangements and gifts
ma the days before Christmas, .Is a I these happy days appreciation The wonIthe stretch of road, fighting{ to keep drooping almost anything put in front of It lightly, (i were on display

good opportunity to teach yoa'children thoughmtfulness.of tinsel; an dthe good eyelids from closing completely. him. Lest it become necessity and cling Coffee sandwiches and fruit cake
about world brotherhood I sparkle can light .not only the Suddenly you' jerk upright. ThereIn Another survival factor is: the too tightly; ,were served during the day. The,
Remind yourse'lf! that the best Christmas weeks but all the years the beam of your headlights is an opossum's nocturnal habits. Occasion- To watch the sun set In the west .refreshment table was gay with a
Christmas decoration your' home holiday won't let,this be a O1ristmas'fOUI" animal.: seems bewildered by the ally one will be'seen out in the, late afternoon without regretting. (pretty poinsettia cloth. There were
can have .Is serenity Plan this year ahead child you will remember road, but now it's, walking back to the of an overcast day, but mostly To hail Its advent In the east-the many out of town guests More and "
only to have festivities, that you I 'Christmas: lights. It was over11' n .the' side of the -, theirs is a, night'Ute.Darkness'fs'vhen. right: forgetting more this affair becomes an attraction
can handle comfortably Don't try' Ingredients of a good for peaceful middle. You stand on the brakes, hop- 'his long whiskers To smclher'care in happiness and I'- those who love colorful and ,
to do too much It helps to decide In Time for family ing you'll stop in time. Your' passenger are put to use. In the soundless grief In laughter; : I lovely gifts. Mrs. Dobbie Hacklewon -
Jet moments To,,hold the present close-not :
is to
advance whether your goal wakes, the door Christmas
up. prize-
of a'Florida forest his are
gloom eyes questioning hereafter I
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-" - ; 0- ,"Oh," he says, "Only a 'possum.Did almost useless, but his sense: of smell To have enough to share-to know arrangement in red and gtren; with
you hit. him?" And he goes back. to and the whiskers protruding from his the Joy of giving, bells.
CongressmanVisit to ;sleep. snout warn him just before he bump;) ?'o thrill with all the sweets ol life 1 I S. .. ,
The Jennings Bluff Is
You drive on, after taking evasive into something. The whispers on bin Is living I I being cleaned this week cemetery: This Is ,
I action complicated by another change forehead and cheeks give him an Idea Anonymous ,an old cemetery In one of the most
22 of direction on the part of the opossum, of the size of a hole he wants to crawl >en Arnold In "Let Father Speak" '
County .tc.! and wonder about this strange beast into in pitch darkness.The "Once on Christmas: morning my picturesque spots on the Alapha
I and could become a most beautiful
that blundered out of the swamp look- opossum is a prolific creature, oldest brother Tip slapped my next I'Memorial ,Park
oldest brother Buck. Naturally Duck
ing like' lost housecat sixteen each .
a bearing from six to
young f
There about 20 in the
slapped back. So grabbed an are acres
8th Disrtlct brine covered dish- Bring the tarn The North America's The: babies born and' papa .
Honorable Don Fuqua I opossum is year are blindi ear of each, esccctcd them to the tract. The land was given for a I
Congressman, will visit the Uy, neighbors and friends. only marsupial or pouched mammal. tiny-a dgzen would fit in a barn and said "arv shuck com cemetery by the Jennings brothers
county on December 22, 1964. Con ..This will be a good time to'I'et He is noted for having prehensile or'4, tablespoon. Immediately after birth until you both feel you can come and sisters many years ago. The t
gressman Fuqua desires to obtainthe to know your OongreMimui and grasping tall-he can hang in the ,; they, climb into the mother's "pouch, out and apologize:: to'Jesus' for fightIng donors were; Albert, Bob Walter,
views of the people on various haw him meet your family. He win trees without' using any feet at.all; he where they'll stay for* "next-eight on his bis xIay" Manry Liza. Hulda ,Woodard, Emo'I -
problems and proposed new,legisla be happy to chat with everyone durieg' plays dead if you catch him unaware; w k8"f i They shucked tar an hour ,and ma Beaty

tion. At noon Congressman Fuqua the social hoar' sad to answerquestion and cooked with 0 sweet potatoes he When they are old enough, the made the grade I was much' Impressed : .
will speak to- the Jasper KIwanis concerning farm and com makes a meal that is the Joy of the babi s" emerge from the pouch and ; you never did catch me The Farm Bureau met In Jen-
Club and their guests. In the after inanity problems. Florida cracker. shortly 'ma possum is ambling throughthe fighting anybody on Christmas I nlnfl Monday night December 7.

noon ,he will 'visit with friend in ..Immediately after supper (while The opossum, cornered by a meal-t woods, her long tail arched over morning after,that..Remembered Itall Rance Andrews and Clyde Payne
and Jennngs area of Con.grannman my life,'so did,,Tip So dj Buck" had the program: -
the Jasper the ladle are cleaning p) seeking adversary, may use several !1.. her back supporting her offspring: . .
the county and win attend a cover- Ibqus'' i l speak Informally reaction which, hang like pendulums by their I
ed Dish Supper I in'Jennings! at TOO: OIIa carrel prob..ne'wbleb tricks to stay alive. His first at :tails. "FamD' )" solidarity" I caJl) ItEffie The Tallahassee District W. S.
at which he will be the honor- he will welcome question of is to act fierce' snarling and spitting like 'I< Dodge is building a new C S. entertained the State Officersof
ly pm.In White Springs and will not interest' t* Individuals or, 'to the the'most ferocious bobcat. The 'possum\ spends much of his house. Its up enough: : now to seethe W S C S. at Wakulla :Springs
ed guestCongressman If this':doesn't"Work, and it usually time high in: the branches of trees where plan. Saturday December S- 3 days last week Mrs. Clyde Dempsey .
recent- &nJUP. Com I doesn't, he turns on his back rolls out his long claws help in climbing and here carne the nepheys and bro Is President of Tallahassee
Fuqua: was (;.NY'l1 .
this time unless a f his tongue, and' plays 'possum. his prehensible tail ij perfect for hanging hers to give a days work. Thosewho District of W S. C.: S.
visit them at art No 'one knows why he does this, \ from a handy stem while eating or came were J. A. Dodge and S. .
specfic problem +es Receives but 'some authorities think he is just even sleeping.One Gerald and Dottle Dedge, A. L. Miss Inez McCall has the, biter.
Business men and farmers are County i plain scared to death. Ills breathing is important feature in the'possum's edge T. A. Dukes, Donald Dukes rttlng hobby of sending greetingsto
urged to see Congressman Fuquato Boh Ba kose -- and brother Joe the sick and shutlns and thooe
Race Track slowed to'almost nothing and he won'tmo'e. adaptation to a treetop environment ,
how he $13,000 I
present their views on and J W. Dedge. And In the after
even if you prod him. is the opposable toe on his faraway from home. Ah'Ndy'thIs
can, best help us. Check But walk away and he'll leav*. He ilnd feet The value of a toe which is noon a good neighbor Mr. Matt month she has",mailed,!? to'boy
may sprint for the nearest cover, or he situated opposite the other four cannotbe Marable came by to offer some oveseas. IS to college students. 2&

COVERED DISH SUPPER TO ,State Comptroller Ray R Green may roll over, stretch and saunter off overestimated; without this, it wouldbe suggestions loo. to church folks. 0 2 to. O shutms.-
HONOR CONGRESSMAN DON said today checks for $13,000 from without a backward glance. impossible for the opossum to grasp 'w
Mr and Mrs. J. Kelly want
fund being Even he is slow letherglc December IS! the tV: S. C.,S. has,
FUQUA the race track tax are though anything firmly: lie would be in the to Stelnhatchee Saturday and were "'
mailed to each of the 67 counties. and slightly dim-witted, the opposumhas same fix as a man who lost his thumb. met there by the Wood of Plant a Joint meeting; the'MeUxdtt
.There win be a covered dish *tp Each county received $11,000 for been around for a long time, and But this is his opposable toe, pre- City for a days fishing Brotherhood Mrs Ponce Sandline Is
per, In the Jenalng Wfh School the comparable period last year. is likely to be with us for a some time hensile tail and garbage disposal appetite TtKeUy came back: byway of chairmen: of,the*'prograntv.; ...
lunchroom December it. In honor Contributions'to each bounty from vet to come. The reason for his success the opossum rambles through ,life Cross City to see Mrs. Kelly's ., The.lrobby. ShoW in Valdosta I
of OmgraMumui DOM ...... Sop- the race tarck tax fund for the current .I In the ''animal world are numerous. with few cares and a good chance to mother. sponsored by the Business and Pro

per will fro served at' 'I*I p.,.m.Everyone fiscal period are'$6,000 ,up The opossum is an omnivorous ',, outlive some of his neighbors-barring: 4i .,. fesikxw! Women's dub:was quite
b Invited to tome sad over the game period last year. eater. This means his diet Isn't restrict- ?' .', ,all traffic hazards. .w. The Library"checked out .over* (Continued op 'PsgaJ:>*")
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PACE TWO 1<<(" \ THE JASP.EH, NEW..s > JI\.Sf R FLORIDA I .. J..jhU".II.! .+. ', ; .-r: ." ... Friday i December ,,1l1964.*

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n a JA4tp .rt.l.h: KIV07Rl Tyaa t-JI14..t Publ hurrUnl:)}
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: vDII31 Eft der f the day_of January, 1 a f>L (Q. c_........,. ...tfI'IOIf< ..aalirgtl T ?o'M.ncnKrnTORaND'PEO'tdw: roll Berton
r1T9> 'IR Jp 'w Hid -'Ii tef grid !<4Jtenber CATH MHIM K J tec." VM.r f, tLAl318 OHh.1 j"1-f'o.ta-ge p.ajd+,at.Stntily J"PCh..fJ.o"i!! ,i,".. r;
CUlT, rH AND ? this anyro' ( frtemlHi.; t1ii .Ll'11ELiEN; DEKAt.iDS 4J81. I, d'f ,.;W'JI.r .
ILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA certificates fur a Tax deed to be 1964. I. tl M, Jl't'OAI..rM, .......... ESTATEf: ",, Sit 'ri dons in Advance \JI"?

EDWIN BROWN IN, CUANCERT Issued thereon. The certificate J. R. Miner: Clerk cf the i'l&lntltt. I You. smd each of you are .hereby I' 53.00: inairiilfop,County $4.00 Out.ide' of( County: !

Plaintiff ,. num8eVs wilts year t* of issuance the1i Circuit Court Ham OEOIICld5-F: 'tar ...' (claims notified I and ard demands'Which regpired'to' present you;any',nreither !" Cards-tof! ; Thanksv, -. $1.00 ,Minimum' '

HKLKBf BROWN, i description of the property and the ilton'O iwdy,'Florida LOt"IS HICKL; Defendants.BOriCE .. I of yrs.. tn..' hr."deceased. "C"lr1\late the I Te1 h SYcamore 2-6331"
I estate of Paul King I
Defendant. I nappeii t.J J whlch I it. was assessed Dec. 4, 11, 18, 25. OF SUIT i of said County, to tt/d/ County Judge
IN THE NAME AND BT TWB J J 1 :f J1\ . TUB TATB OK FLORIDATO Hamilton County, Florida, ft h' Mr. ,and Mrs.KoBcrt Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
or AUTHORITY FLORIDA OF .TUB STATE I l""t: v tfp10f, : George r. Drew, and his wit.Am&Ua tot office In the court house of Skid I f ..,. ___ :....- .. .
: rJJ Jte NOTICE Drew. It llvtmt. and If County at Jasper Florida, within stncalenar ,
..TOt. Hole* Brow. whese sesN.ee ,Year of )s pf ncg-962. Notice is that dead their,'tnknown heirs, devliiees months from the: time or
hereby given the '
eUreee MM SterllB lire**, other

and persona notice.
Newark Hew J....,. Descdntinpf; ( pcrty-NW'% grants** rthe first publication of this MR. AND MRS. AARON HOGAN HONOREp
A.,.?. bill of having "''p Board of County Commissioners of claiming by through orunder Two copies of each claim or demand I ,ON'
complaint '
been exhibited Ioff(..tlEeiccept: 5 acres on E side Hamilton' County, Florida will re- them:- I Ish-vll be In writing and shall stale'the
against you la thlaiCourt (I : Louis BuckL It Jiving, and If pla.of residence and poet office. THEIR "JADE WEDDING .jt,
In the bop (tried can*, therelief except 6 acres on W side % except ceive bids on Thursday, December dead, his unknown heirs. devtsees -. ,address of the claimant. and shall; biswore ANNIVERSARY" : ..
therein sought being divorce 2% ;for'school & SW% grantees and all other persons the claimant. Ms I gent. "
.aid acres : 31. 1964. at 10:00: a.m. for the fol- to by :
arc required to to Thirtyvn years ego Aaron
you appear under C used
chair through or the :
alclam en
i.g by accompanied
and ,
dining room
or attorney table
complaint or before December 14 tSF: ; ezti tifl 1; $ .by and
I oJalm-
-" acres pa .w bY / 9.4iI" "'," :' t 1I.m. a**all person* -4oiar; ejL 3eelWflli'e"Rptlis! "i '
.nlAHt-UU tier,;0.tor'ntabing'to A. Arrlett Jasper ptahufr.r..ltor-., Florida a t;; ''ffi i.2'N,KaiigellE. 59 W acres Bids for de1 said purpose' to be fled in log any In evtate. right,' tltle'or the' real Interest -*'**! ; orOdemand: not o = Bhall communay i 1likndsontreeMeriece'! ; a three: "*"il*
or upon
copt of your Answer, alee',decreo '2'ertfflcatei No:'3-1. the office of the Clerk of Circuit property 4uct1bed herein, or any b. YourArthur King, as admlnls'trator took Miss Edna Johnson of tiered wedding' cake frosted In
pro confesso will be entered acalastjro of Issuance part thereof. .. of th. Fstate of Paul Jennings! his bride
;; Year 1963 I Court Hamilton County, Florida, You are hereby notified that suit!I I King deceased, community ror white and embossed In dainty pink
court bind and official eal Description rof Property: NW4 .on or before Thursday, December ha beert filed against each of you First publication December 11, isJtDec and as these years' hive passed and white flowers with jade leaves
of thte A.D. 1M4 this UU ,day.pf, No.'Yembt" of+ NEWSee.' i9;;'Twp, 2N Range 31. 1964. at 10:00a.mEFYECTWE: In the aboy. entitled cau. ,and you II, IS, at. Jan 1, lt & ,trI they have prospered and have two.Jine the .
are required to fit. your answer and many gifts sent the
J. R. .MILLER: ,' 11E)140r acl'etr'Nitte'In ; DATE OF BIDS defense to the complaint with the : daughters: to their credit? who
Clerk Circuit Court which\suessedJf-W. Clerk ef thl* Court and.ta serve *I )' their were not displayed. j
(SEAL) : i I A EPTED' WILL BE FOR A | j) with husbands came home to.
C. A. Arrlett, DeeaearC'; Wlfe..and ,Maynard' V. PERIOD OR' '12 MONTHS BEGINNING dony r, whose.thereof name(upop and addrens;1.attern V B.llnrrell. honor their parents with one,..tit '. "Mi-a. Cleveland O J.ey'of Jacksonville .
Plaintiff. Attorney KiJO > to'it.. I P O Sit, Janper.: FlorIda the served the wedding cake
'JANUARV 4, 1963. Box most outstanding receptions of
Nov 1$. 10. If. DOG 4, II ,
the on *r bff >ro the 11th' day of Presiding at the coffee ,and tea
All of Mkf property' being CONCRETE PIPE? Januarr. 1144, therein setting forth CRSf the year.TheY"are Mr.; and Mrs.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I County'of'Uamllton, State of Flor. 17-inch 1aln161nch' what estate.'rlghU. title or Inter..t James Tim pf tafrehand.'Florida' service were Mrs. Terry C. White
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN plain In or lien upon the following described f p and Mr and Mrs. 'Jack Bunting of and Mrs. Poland Griffin.. Floor
I ky
AND FOR HAMILTON ida.Unless property; clafmed you ..r.r ( hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth
COUNTY. STATE OF such'.certificate or certificates Winch plain The' eB"' lpf NWW or the Jacksonville Shaw
BE% of Lot S. Section 4. Mrs Charles Zipperer, nieces of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION ahallberedeenled; : according I 24-inch Reinforced Pipe The brick- semicolonialhome
Township I South Range IS pretty :: the
'FOB TAX DEED I I to law the property described in CORRUGATED METAL PIPE East_ and. cohtalnlox 40 acre t, of the Hogans, ,flanked by na- sister couple of Mr.; Mrs. ,Broward: Bryan
Hogan. Mrs Russell
or less n
,Notice Is hereby given that JIM such certificate: ,or,certificates willCONTACT I (Coated) If you fall to do .o, a Decree Pro I live pine trees )landscaped with Alderman also] a niece of the couple

___u_____ -- I Arches 48-inch Arch pipe per fool Confesao will be entered. against you shrubbery suited to this style home
registered those
I for the relief demanded lit,the com 't who called. Mr
-------------1: 3"u-inch arch pipe per foot plaint. This cult 4s ,for'the. purpose !(and holleeys, here and there with Hogan is one of the county's large
18-inch round pipe per foot of r..mo.'n..11. cloud from the their prett yre berries seemed'to plantation owners wlt"tobacoo", the
title to the said lands and for the
LUMBER-Plain and Creosoted4x10 ( eHtahllHhingr quieting. ., and confirm- o. bid a welcome'and lent beautifully chief crop with cattle and hogs
16 to 20 ft. long I lag the same in the plantffs. ,, ':'to the festivity of this season so For the past fourteen years he hasserved
and the official
IJ O'' ', ;tl" .'> '2x6 12 to 16 ft. long ; seal of this my Honorable. Court thin I D i near Christ's birthday. on the Board of County

hht-t iul I 8\3 12 to 16 ft. long Ith day CLERK of December OP TilE 1144.CIRCUIT' G l Jade green foliage with pink and Commissioners with foresight and

FUEL COURT by All'. Jones, ,white gladiolus and crysanthe- ability Mrs. Hogan taught schoolin
DAVIS WELL DRItLING. CO \. Regular gas per gallon tank wagon (SEAL) Deputy Clerk mums were In evidence throughout, Hamilton County' for seven years

.' 1?t.. .Iii' .4,". delivered price. ; Dec II. II, 511an. 1 tr the rooms of the home. ... and was a hostess at the Stephen

II. D. Diesel ell per gallon The,living room mantel was cen- Foster Museum for thirteen years

-for SALES. AND' SERVICE, .- H D Truck oil per gallcn ,; FLUE-CURED TOBACCO: ? ''tered with a crescent bouquet retiring the past december.::
Tractor grease per 33 pound cans tli, which lent a bit of the Christmas Mrs. Hogan was lovely in a light

: Submersible Turbine. ,Wackp'ttnapsDEEP Transmission grease 140 wt. per ; ::': Yields Per Acre suggestion On the piano was an blue silk crepe semi-formal dress

30 gallon drums II exquisite pink and white floral arrangement ',.street length with off-white lace

WELLS DRILLED UP TO 24-INCH 90't.. transmission crease, 35 IBS., PER ACRE .. which bad been sent the I,trimming about the neck'. and front.

.. pound can. ccuple by Col..and, ,Irs. Clayton A. Her accessories were black'and a
,1' '
s i* < : .
FUEL FOR COURTHOUSE Avriett. |white orchid shoulder corsage complete
2,200 *'
24- Hour Service",., ,.. 21eO; nr "
"vu BUILDING; .i I An off white(imported cloth was Tier costume.
1 _.'
Telephone ,CoI ec Varjosta'v| BUTANE GAS . I .1I
; "
Per gallon price delivered to the

Day 242-5084 ,Night 124>52&9" If..:. Hamilton County Jail. 'sis "GAS GAGS' V ffomtffa* &*

The Board ,cf County Commissioners 2,000Actual Yield .

.-" reserves the right to reJect '. '< ",

-" --/0'" -,-- any or all bids. I :. :', MY 6181. NAVa ANY., ON NO'D FFER
Board of County I\: txlel4p ;1woUeta IIER '

To Our Friends Customers loners, Hamilton Florida.by Commlss-1. .11 Vh.... K A '' IS TALLER. 4tuJAUtY '

1 1,809
Under permission of thej&uilung Department of J. R. Miller, Clerk.

the Dec. 4, 11, 18, 25, w MA)4ctt a
Comptrollers Office the,Hamilton ,County

Bank Jasper Florida will remain' closed Friday December rLORlasIN

,25 and SaturtJa) DsBembgf 26 +t964in observance RBI ADOPTION psnrriow or roll' .. .
BILLY CLYDH M1ZELL. a _I... lr: .
of Christmas, /.. W.S.1.. CkO4- "
i4 .t .I>. w TO. NELLIE MAD THOMAS Whose f ," '.', .
The.BanJc will also bo rrrrissdJFKrFnjJnnjjTirrj- I,' 1 1965. r..ldenge.n4.nve, Newark address: WIN I.Jersey S41 LittletonAv .'. / ". .1. 1 .., Low( "Price$6.95; NIGHT P1: )N>C: .' .,
will ,be open for bustnest / CYLraOEM'
turd.yjanuaryr2To : ,- petition for adoption of'your minor .. ./ PERCASH "
1965 .: -T; __ .OS.' BILLY CLTDH WIZELL. has .. ,,,'of .. '; neamo 1.s001
b.en filed against you by Clabe COLLIER.'JR. 1,40Q1959' 'j'I" ON "DELIVERY
each and and his wire RUBY COLLIER t
extend i
one we Season .
every Greetings aad you .1'. required to serye ,. '" ?H*

and bes wishes for IMttfoln'i U oliday season. a.copy the petition.of your for answer adoption or pleadingto on petitioner's .. ., : 1961 1963 19653YEA1RLY"19S44INCLUSIVE. HOLLOWAY'S

Attorney, R. E. Cowart. ,
HAMILTON rot JNT\kSANK whose addresi U Box 14. Madison. NOV. 19t4
=v. jt.'h Florida, and file the original a.... '
111 wer or pleadln.'ln the office of, the uNt4ED ''j I
Jasper;JF1olida'Member Clerk ,of, the Circuit Court la, and set -
Federal for Hamilton County, Florida on or The overage ylsM ptr'aero of due.cored lobeceo le/ 1964 It 2,1potede &, ,
Deposit Io urance' Corporation I before the 11th day of December. Fro MI whopping oil eoundi more per e BO. "(
ior4th. roil fad wand. In the PetlZonfesso yield hove. helped' build up d turplvi. c. .J HOLLOWAYi
'-' will b..ntered against you .. -- ....,...--- ,1--,, -- - -

I rovChristmas lion..,.. Jasper News Is hereby 4e.I.-' ,, i V ,
CLASSIFIED sited as the newspup In which laid
Order shall be published onco .
week for four (4) eon.ecutlre weeks
Tree, For Sale Come FOR SALE WITNESS my hand and offlcliJ
Westlnghouse Auto- seal this nth day of November A. D. II Come look !
early while the selection is good. male washer. Good condition $25 1/N. them over Come'try them out!

Alapha Motel. Phone 792-2700. Me takes It. Ph 792-7291 itp J R. Miller Clerk. 'of" Said .
Circuit Court. '
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AVE-SAVE-SAVE! IWATS H! Price r make offer. (Nov.SEAL 21). Deo 4. 11.! il, Ult. a.: 1'J 'J ; 'l u're.in our showroom ;now-ready for you',to'see, and, drive. So come ,

e 30-eal glass lined water heaters, Lay awaji BoV/M- Christmas. ; / on in and get the full sqrtth Chevrolets -
? beautifu{.new for 65. .
$74 95;, fo su-ft. Refrigerators $189- WMAN CRAFT CLAUDE CHRISTIE .. : : ; >

4 mllesTSouth Highway 41 ABOARD USS LEXINGTON JI"i'1 JI '
95 w.Lt 361;lb. Upright I'i' .jrL '.
Freeezeri w' '
boUermai third ;
Valdosta Claude Christie
Ga. a D25c : ?
$199.95:73; : lb. Upright Freezers : class, USN .son of-Mr; and:} Mrs. ,:': } j6<: '

$239,96n-lb. Upright Freezers I Tiv&1 jyAPARTWEJiTS 1.1 D. Christie of, Route 4.'/Jasper 'C""t
$299.95 j 1f tt. Automatic Defrost Call 792-3771 or 792- 791. tic recently reported aboard the antIsubmarine ; ; .i$ r'r'rJ )/,

RefrlRefator i, with 91-lb, Freezer '4'Ullir. _,d warfare aircrafe carrier '. .
; '
$249.95. wt.. 5-year USED ELF: USS Lexington operatingout\ ; ;:' \/
warranty, at RIr/RANG rz FOP of Pcnsncola. norlda.t i ft. t '. ,,1 fituO :.. .
Manning's Radio Service, call 792- Sale Good rordltlon $10 and! \ .
4421, Jasper, $50 t.lanrfjllll' JVy lo Repair. The Lexington operates as .the .
tfc hub of the anti-submarine "Hunter, .. "
oer. phort&.TSfclfcl! \ '
J..I killer" group composed oT surface rta'; ':- ,

FARMERS I .fIs O u ;'P sub-surface and air un.ltS:Tjst have 1u iJ"t 7 : '

MONEY for In Live Onk. Flirida for all yrwiriwWnl the mission of finding lad destroy ..., ;, \:" ,
your farm opera. mock .
Uons qeIn') from organs and big enemy submarines durIng -

to fit at your reasonable needs. Loans cost. Terms ptaodt to Uiord( and record plAy. 'J4L1 ei real .i '
up to era- tic Iwtjxi&j Super Sport Coups :-
1 years. Can North Florida Pro- .;;.? .,w._..'
.Becton Credit Assn. S. Onto Ave Rt."c\IK: 1 .

Live Oak Tel 2-2588 I I'ad't. r Also-i-j-l'&hall-JF I tfpel. T. V. and 'esChevrolet' ; I It'quisterhuatiaomerstlsakiehkaad a longer:idSPfT widerroomier. ,, Because road. And> now even Chevrolet's thafll seem'newer.Jet". r_':'b .. :: 1.

I appliances. Marv Qperatlons.II of Chevrolet.-Fact te. Just about smooth fide Is smoother than ever.' J 't
WANTED nines Rgd! $* '!'ce,\ Jasper 79tfc i! evarythinx'B new rijlxt down to the And we itching to show it off. '
AT' ONCE;;'JiaW1.jgl( t.t'J.I.. : mil t.. F ., 1.14rr.i ., d t,' .
:'Dealer In Hamilton Co. or Jasper --- --..- i\ 10 1/1.1/ a f ..

Write Rawlejgh Dept, FA J 150 3. ATHuyncx FOOT UERAf s.f' .:.I.) ..... wtlV r1I".r t1I ; .
t .(. "" '
Memphis, Tenn. DUP HOW TO KILL IT e

-- --- In 3 days If not pleased with strong ...- ... ,
J Did -
NOTICE you Know that muchpublized : iJi"J
T-4-L 48c back \:
liquid your at
Loas has no railroads .
No very
TrespassIng Hunting or fishing store. Watch Infected skinslouch '
any drug
} little In the of highways : '
way and .
on my property, and thismeans ,
off. Watch healthy skin re fewer than 1.000 telophoHes ::; ..
Belle < ..
everybody f place it.No more itch A burning t Jsr T1I TI T-
Watson.D18p that, U, S. women'' spend :*npr -
Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot than nine million hours.annually' {. :
Powder too -fine for.sweaty'feet. In beauty parlors That,)J
POSITIVELY p hunting, .on foot order; stays active/ in the tears are nature's most potent : f

Hickory Bottom Farm. This means skin for hours. 'KQW: at. WISE'S I germ killers? One teaspoonful' I

you. DRUG STORE. Jy tic Is enough to sterilize 100 gallons4 I
Mrs. :Maude Havener TFC of In
}. water that acme parts of
-- -- Cegrgia Plal Glass Co.
the South It was once the belief
MOBILE HOMES SALES .Store Prom* that placing an unlighted match Net Cwroir; Corsa Sport Coupe :

Ask about our Rental Purchase C t Mirror! rt4 lIh'e"4, fat the hair was a sure cure fora ,I f .

plan. Riley Mobile Houses. Morgas's 0 Tub Kncv irtM.. Hhowr headache? 'steerjnd[
1t's a racier; looking, qnicfcaf to 180'hp available i.
up in'tll. t
Trailer Park. U. S. 90 West. ns W : ivannabirAve. CH2-32: .v
Oak We will not pUroany- matches 65- Coata .ii inr,flatter cornering,roomier riding new Conu. Where do you find out .
Live ..DUG. yA It' la your hair bas we will give -. o. Ccnafr for ,65 ? Just follow .
.. .. andchMolag .. ':' longer .wider by Fisher erausiaits-to ;
.T' you the finest Laundry or new Body the our showroom
: 1j'; ,
.ET'S TAbK k about the unbelieve ELECTRIC WAT for service you've t\.er MIrofcnterrd /, / -I-, n.:i" It t, -"' ,

n' '\ tments Sale] in good tirerkinorder. $10 Com 'to JASPER < > .* : -
ble returns on try smalls A f ..J0' i'itil t ,
Athr '
wash." Jl&OO Let for "Weben's"25c coin-Operated fttetributoi car takes News.It. Call 792-6331, The Jasper 'tfc- your'very next job .You'll be to sec. ''nora to t'1 ill tlte.carsztoropeople/buy'!! -. '' u, ,.<}li ,01/, ; ... j t!

.enlighten you about this new fast HOUSEHOLD glad you did.:, HINT, Outdoor Choose a new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy Jff Corvair or Corvette,,now at your dealer's .1' 1
crowing field Write P. O. Box 1181 ELECTRIC RANGE FOR SALE. -
chefs can solve the problems of ,
I pensacola. Fla. Ph. 433-3085 D17CCHHISTMAU 'Usd G. EVonly $25. To see it
too-widely-apaced ban on ,
call 792-6331, The News. tfc _- M1TO
t' TREES For Sale. See Jasper._ grills by spreading .
foil to keep small bits out thel"'j
11 W.G.D. Chevrolet
them Thursday or Saturday. Rc- HOME MADE QUILTS-See Mrs. coals. Co. Inc.

;,' .' !rr '"' .:brt. 'lfi1eLt D24c Milton at the Jewelry Store; D24c ,

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I baa Saturday children'of each story month.hour The Twenty first:|F1ue-cured Tobacco FLUE-CURED GROWERS TO VOTE I

,, eight youngsters showed up for the I I
'80-0' ( Miss ElizabethBauM Stjltistics d ON QUOTAS. ON DECEMBER\ 15.w.
of Suwaimee jjcgional Ltbary -, + -'''-'' fror" If"e

naN ti t rat Saturdat. r i ured.tobaeeo'.' is :still an Hamilton "County farmers who;ing or disapprovingquotas/ for th ... ..
rn 9 '"' at ten 0'. ImpdrUnVcroj: ':; Hajnihon, Cbun-/grow'Due-cured ott tobacco,got a last next ,3.crops.. ,If at least t,twothirdscf 'J c,

(Continued trol-tJ... ,h 1) flock.= ,. 1'1':11' ... ty's 8.000,000 agricultural economy. I minute reminder today about the the:er'olvers'vdtlng;approve; 'quotas' '.,a.Eo, 4 C""W (:I
T : '. Despltt..* ," .;J \\rfuts! ,in- lcelfls Marketing' outvote ,to be 'held, r by,voting YES,th. a sucks,: :lUdord'the'hobbleijdisplay !Jo:) 'Ml' <.tJh 'CamP.f.rJf.: Jim years,,Hamilton Qwnty:producers tTuea ky. DectDt'fie ,1S,1S64.' .remain in effect, : -

were dolls clocks: pitchersa Camp Airs. ,Horace Lewis Mrs. received approximately $1,898.544 I Any'person who'tod a share In A'favorable vote will mein a'continuation : q

card collection attracting much 1 Pauline Kenedy, Mrs Edna Browne from 1701 harvested acres in 1964. I 1 I I the 1964 crop of flue-cured tobaccoor of the present tobacco program

attention was a baby: cradle. The went to TaflahasseeSun day at the There were 381 tobacco farms In its proceeds as owner, operator with penalties on marketingof
Show was to obtain money for the Invitation of Mrs. Betty Burkett for Hamilton county! this year. 'share tenant, or sharecropper .,Is '
youth project sponsored by the B 4 'a tour,of) Tallahassee homes, decorated Gross income .however, does not I eligible to vote In the referendum. excess tobacco and price sup WHY NOT BE OUT AND OUT'
P. ports on the 1965, 1966 and 1967 FOR GOD i
dub. for Christmas. reflect the entire contribution of Also, each person who was either ;placement ''Tests
. of tlue-eured tobacco.An .
.' tobacco to the local,economy. Exclusive the owner or operator of a farm for I Romans 13 "1 beseech you,
The Garden Club wfll have its Mary Francis Lewis spent ft. of any labor, tobacco, pro-,which a 1964 tobacco acreage allotment unfavorable \"ote111 mean no therefore. Brethren, by the merciesof At NFJC
Christmas Party December.15 out week in Atlanta at Thanksgiving ductin expenses totaled approximately waa established is eligibleto quotas, no penalties and no pricesupport God that present your bodiesa I

,at Hickory Bottom farm. I time visiting her aunt. Mrs. Mary -251 per"mere. Of the J251 vote, even though no tobacco was 0'1 the 1965 ,crop of ,flue- : living sacrifice ye Italy and acceptable : : Placement tests for students plan

Rules for the Limiting; project Bothwell. *,> .... per acre approximately $100,000 I actually produced on the farm in cured tobacco. In this event, another -. unto God which is 'your,reasonable .\.ning to enter North Florida Junior
sponsored by'the Garden Cub will I was for fertilizer, $50,000 for pesticides 1964, If an allotment was established referendum would be held next service; 'and be'' nor conformed {College in January will be given
be announced next week. i I I I Well, maybe there just Isn't" anything and 30,000 for .tractor and for the farm for 1965. year on quotas for the following Tuesday Miss Kathleen Van Met,
better than cane juice.: machinery work. In addition, about three to this world: ,but ye trans I INFJC director of Guidance services
The Protamen Brock wedding I .J 400 manhours of labor Wallace Deas Chairman, Agricultural l- crops formed by the renewing of your said.
'' were required
in Live Oak recenly at the Presbyterian Rice Casserole from South Fla. Stabilization and Conservation Chairman Deas urges all growers mind that ye ,mayprovewhatI I if The
per harvested acre. Total tests, required at NFJC
production of
church was sanctified: by the I 1 Cup raw rice.1 expenditures Including a County Committee, pointedout 1 to go to their local polling place onTuesday that good and acceptable ,and,per all beginning freshmen will begin
giving ot the sacrament to the bride 11 can onion soup that in this referendum crow December IS. 1964 and feet will of God"
charge for Tamil labor averaged ': at 8:30: 'a.m. and run untfl 3:30:
and groom, after the vows were can conSomme era will have the choice of approve 'vote' *
about $551 per acre. The more the thurch j becomes: p.m Students planning to take the,
taken. ,i ( ..
.I.1can; .mushroom soup'dot I I --.---- -" like the world) the:less-Tespetf:: the I tests should report to the Adminis-
Among those attendig the Pots.manBrock' |, butter on top, bake 350 degree '
wedding in Live" Oak';for: ..1 hour. I Ii ".WILLIE.CORL SETS BURNHAM NEWS[I Wednesday with Mr. and Mn.1Ceo, world has for the churchuAt the tartlon BiukHng on December 15,
were Mrs. Walter Havener and i . ,RECORD 'Young I Sr Mrs outset let us ,consider just,what Miss Van Alst said.
Ragans is Mrs.
JLI3Stm4fy the word world here meartc.SM, I
Miss Inez I I :
McCaU\ I'[: Mr and.Mrs.!, Everette Browne December. Willie By: LOIS, ZifPERER 'Young's sister, Also spending the believe the beloved John Weseley
left ,Wednesday for Atlanta combln rl of a'neW' day with them '
Jasper set drag strip were cousins, Mr. '
The Suwanne cVusader'' gave us a very fitting, )definition of it ways of Jesus Christ. Our text tells
(&lVfV|I Ing ,business and pleasure. They recor '-for the State of Florida at If we could leam how to utilize and Mrs. Raymond HlUard of Fargo -
met In Jasper Monday evening Dec;i are guests of Mrs. Olivi TindalL I e T\iunderDOu'DrIl81\ & Strip. The all the intelligence, and) patent goodwill and Mrs. Nettle Chancey ot He defined it lnthese'woi'dat; The tie that even our bodies and tongue

1. The refreshments were sponsor r b9d nl? set J In his (H-Gas) class children are born with instead Ilomen ilie. It had! been .several)world is whatever cools our atfec* must be Holy This means' that the
ed by the newly formed Circle oft Mr.: 0. WNorwood,left Monday wa', Oes per hour in 15.8 seconds of ignoring much'of' It." I years since these kin had seen each 'lion toward Jeu Christ. We ran members cf our bodies must not
Why there
which Mrs. Norma Watson is pressdent. for'the Jacksonville, Na '' other I|I b* worldly then !without''being Rro- be used as Instruments of unrighteoucness
morning) : itT;record Is set in each might be enough to go' around so needless to lay it was a
I val ,Hospital for '.an"operation on class f matched. and broken for Dorothy Canfield Fisher I day well spent In visiting. rely wicked, what I mean here I Is but be used as Instruments

es. '1 his eyes. This is his address. U. S. the ststl! that the worldlv 'o.1'l0n"5'not' nec- of righteousness
"The world doesn't want to see Naval Hospital NAS Roosevelt Blvd' I Mrs Wallace Deas has been con iJacksornlIe Mr and Mrs. Monroe: Waters of os arily a drunkard, gambler or If we fall to (V) this we are out

your sore toe.' Its wants to show Jacksonville, FloiridaA : 'Jf: fined to Galnesvirie Medical Center spent some time with I| murderer, T anything\ else that of harmony with God and his

you its sore toe." A ,1 aMr. and 115. t.eon.,-Sand; !in. Jr. for the past several da>'s. We hope 'Mr. Water's mother Mrs Minnie would rob hlrnwf. ordinary, repeeUMllty. ways ,and we will suffer becauseof
I The Girl SCo tshad their first:band Dr. John Miller left Sunday I she will soon be well and able to Waters 'over the'weekend. I( 7 ta jff I our' worldllniss.F.or .
In December-"Readers 'Dlgest'"Park 2 mile hike December ,, return home.ftUKMIAM y j recall few
Saturday morning, s'"for, Gainesville, Got where Dr Mil- Mr. Hubert Burnett visited M:', The worldly mhrftn p op.hrnv+,l example a yearsago
your Siners outside" is good, 5. There 16 scouts .endMrs. a commlttted suicide.
were tfl&yUl \ for Christmas! 'The : young lady
Remain, George Young/ ,Sr. one ever gives little attention to
NOMEDEMONSTRATION: day re prayer, '
reading. 0 Bob Fine and Mrs. Gltz, She from
''fSswmns rerf>ed this week. '! was a very wealthy
*: : CLUB cently.J. to hIs Bible or to Holy meditationHe -
Scout leaders. It was colorful sight::1I, MEETS family and her, deed caused much
Th'e case of the Intoxicated Cat. Saturday morning as they hiked 1 Miss Garnet Hlrkman a student The Burnham Home Demonstrat E. and Jimmie Lee Wllliaim tend Is absorbed draw hint Jy<' .fh"phi I notice to be given to her death In
from "Alert" by Jack Barron out to the V. F. W There will be from' here at I\ S. U. Tallahassee ion Club met with Mrs. Isaac Shi- spent the weekend with their parents to K ( newspapers. Her'conduct had been
I noticed several weeks ago In 2 more 2 mile hikes, Then a 5 mile\ nervpd at tvteddin t reception ver on Wednesday at 2:30: p, m. and grandparents Mr. and Mrs and weaken or, cool his a ft"fIct Ion I acceptable in the highest society

the newspaper a letter written by hike Inst'Saturday- evening at the Wesley Mrs Shiver gave the devotional: Winston Williams for Christ his Lord! !'"i/)/ 'ff.; j circles, her education and traininghad

an Unhappy woman who wrote that Dec 17 will be"the Girl Scout Foundation on the campus. I This being'the Christmas program I II I The worldly person may have been the best In her youth and
her husband thought it funny to Christmas Party at the Scout Hut when pretty Janeare Grlner was gifts were exchanged after which Mr. and Mrs, .Joe Sullivan and their name on.,theChurfh: RolJ l ,.and people wondered at the news of her

make the/!/) pet: cat drunk by con- That is if it"doesn't rain it will be married to Randall Kiser of F. S. delicious, refreshments were served I grandchildren, Gall and Dale Sullivan may occasionalaitend the service death by suicide Finally her father

tinually pouring gin in its milk. at the hut But ,the roof will be U, and Jacksonville. Foster Shepherd I There were some new members spent Sunday in Suwannce Co. l but their heart' Is unlined to be announced the act had ten causedby

The distressed woman complainedthat' at the hut. But the roof leaks terri Jr and'Randall Kiser are fraternity and some visitors at ,this |with their son and uncle, ,Joe Cor- worldly, when you'ee them on three things. The whirl of society

she didn't think it was doing bly. There ate 'to date 22 girls brothers, while Janeace is .meetlng'l belt and Betty Lon Sullivan 'I)the street and hear them talk, his> then the lure of popularity,

the cat a bit,of good for the cat Scouts ages 911. Sigma Kappa Sorolty. Mr and Mrs Phyllis Deas. little Gertrude McCullough'' and friend words and his manner Yemind\ :* you' and fame, yet she became tiredof

would dance like mad stagger I y -;. Henry Lee and son Charles' Henry I Albert and Mittle Deas was con of Tallahassee spent the weekend of those of the world ,he sometimes them, and instead of forsaking

around !In; circles and finally, fall A litffe sort tar l ylliei .born and Miss Judy: Jones went for. the fined to Plnevlew General Hospitallast with Mr and Mrs. Franklin Gas indulges< .In telling smutty jokes, them and her worldly ways and

in a heap in a corner: and go to Ito I WrffrunaI ''yrd'JattYl Allclnrlbbs weddlnkAjvery: _.. week. She Is home now and' we ton. and laughs when others are unclean turning to Christ she killed herselfWe

sleep. I Patric .Air Force Base, Cocoa newsy letter'came to MrsC. hope improving. In their speech.'" are made for God, and in a

Besides tile woman freportetJ the Florida>last, week..:. B. ,, Hairison recently from Mrs. Ruby'. Ragans spent last Lord Grant that I may always sense we are restless until we rest

cat was now losing all her hair as The Crlbb: *'have% 'a'little duaghter daughter lIsle Harrison Buchan.nan -I I +_. 0 desire more than I accomplish.,, Otherwise, he, .Is .conformed to .with Him. My worldly friend, why
a result of the gin diet .and what Dianna, alxjut Shears of age. The telling,: :Mrs. Harrison of Methodist Mlchaelangelo. the'- ways of the_'world. -and. not.the not try Jesus and find the only last
visitors -- --
did a cat look like without any :Mrs. Nora Chunk work and missions present. l.ing only Jesus ''can give
doting grandpare are Each Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Selph and : Mr and Mrs.Gcprt Ypdng, Jr. peace
hair? Page of Jasper and Jvtr. and Mrs. she had tinted. out. .there recently. program carried a covered dish. The children: Cleveland and Static spent I and daughters, The'rir and'Jenny It. Turn.to Him today Rededicateyour
Immediately letters poured into Paul HUlhsme of White Springs & was very interesting and from life and return to serve God In
Graham I enjoyed by all. Sunday in Yulee with daughter and',were over Perry to spend Sun
the newspaper from aroused readers a great grandmother Mrs. Cora News come to Mrs. Berlin !sister Joseph and Eula Herring and day with their parents 'and gfrm.d?!Church next Sunday.P .
Black) the Culbreth. Publl-
all over the country denouncing Hillhoule./''.k' early past Sunday morn- city Chairman. family. 'I parents, Mr. and Mrs. George' II Mabe, Pastor
'the husband and suggesting 1,* .; ing that her niece Marion Vlckem, Young Sr. '
% I' Church
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"' Bright( Pond Baptist
various degrees of.punishment fora ,J. ,W. and ,Jean:Register came daughter of Mr and Mrs. Loiils, ar: ._,-,--
man who would be so cruel to Vickers of Jacksonville had heer -
weekend. .elr mother MrsMamieteglstirvnt'1wing
for tbe, T; << I
animals. < Judged "Miss:, Brenau College" ntGainesvifle.
j i < .tina> ) {with
Perhaps I have G*. Marion entered I : at EAGLE'SMEN'S
1 j a warped sense them Monday, .naornjpgMrrand '
of humor but the'e ctlons of the iBrvnafr freshmen in September I ,
readers struck me 'as ironically ? Mr'.*'Albeit Page went ''Each soroity at Brenau sponsored ?

funny. Give an animal'liquor and Sunday to spend the day with Sonny I thieeigirlseach and there were
you are considered cruel. Give a and MafywPage In the afternoon several Indepentdent.l--mAkln n-
bout 25 girls in all. Marion won
man liquor and you are consideredsophisticated 'they visited Die orchid garden*.
sponsored I by her Chi Omega soroIty. -
Let animal feel
an M M
of the the
act foolish fall in a drunken stupor\i I list here.names;!! I rememberI :- Some'
girlS were judged on were--Ability,
and Immediately is an occasionfor invitpu tOl add to this perhaps "GJrffi"'S
readers from coast to coast to In thlsJvtrA. y ,th't rl4al 'group may ,'culture; spirituality. poise, person
r; J"1 alit, appearance .quetions
howl protest. Let a man do the be f. + '
rent'ev'enla and school posture
same thing and we simply ignore it Mrs Fagan DeGVatlnreld, l>r. 'Maricn has also been voted Into
We wouldn't give liquor to a'Staten Dr. Dan Smith (Virginia) .Junior Women's Christian
dog. It is inhumane. Yet we give'It young
Dr. Lucian Frink (dentist Dr. Association ( Y M C A) af B'ena.iCollege. ; t

with to all our of sons the and advertising daughters media and'Godfred, Purviance Dubose, Mrs. /f> 7.. MIv ;i/V/;;

Dice Swllly, Fiergerson, Dr. Alridge The "Miss Brenau" contest bone
at courage our command them to we drink.continually en i Mr.\. Tom Watuv. Captain Hannah. big event i>f the )Tar. Marionwas JUST ARRIVED'J -IN TIME FOR

Mr.Chauncy ifj/Berin Rainy Mr graduated from Terry Parker
Its not fit for a doa or a cat. but L
School In Jacksonville In, a "
Angrum High
It is fit for our children. CHRISTMASLovely
5. t class of near 500 seniors. She was .

In the minds of many Christmas "BEX AND SING"' also Judged "Miss Terry Parker"In SWEATERS' .
as told by Helen Norwood their contest her senior year. t ..
Is alcohol and lots of It.
Helen and Albert Norwood live When Marlon was announced winner .
drink and is
"One a person one I .
drink drunk." out a piece from White Springs. Dr. Crudup wicked out and escorted .

"The man takes a. drink. Then They have a little dog Coco wh: Marion onto the tstage, by Catalina, Arrow and 1

the drink takes drink. Then the'struts about in a hand knitted coat. which I a president dotes not usuay J* t I
these cold days. They also have do. .
drink' takes the man. i I McGregor f Lingerieby l
The first effect of even, a little two chickens a tall rooster "Ben
,achohol is in the higher faculties of and his wife Sing". Being talkedto Recent news comes to Hamilton Fair
the mind. like folks they are a very personable County 'friends of Mrs. Vlrglnlta Vanity

. pair of chickens. But maybe a Wise and her attractive daughter 10.95 to 15.00 (". "
Mary Frances Lewis" and Jim little lonseosmej, The Delegals nearby "Ginny" Wise. For a1 long time now ,

Camp shopped in Jacksonville' have lots of chickens. Virginia Wise the former Susie liar SLIPSBRAS "

Tuesday. Then went on down to., Saturday evening Helen and Al- rlson now Mrs. Buchannan and Dr ,
St. Augustine or a little1'visit with!bert walked down to the little.store and Mrs. Jack Hamilton\ and Mrs McGregor
the cousins. They returned '! ,on the highway; Helen checked ,tM, \ W 'W Ingram and Major and Mrs; GIRDLES

day. 'tan-I see if the chickens were home enA P.,B, Harrison, Jr. daughter: "GinAy" ,
. and we hear doIng -
they were not. She checked agal extremely well resides with her SPORT w 3.95 ,to 15.00
Albert Norwood walked across the when they returned. Before bedtime --.
garden to speak.to,, me one evening I! Helen was worried and went. husband In Mexico not too far from

last week. He hobbled a little:with''again to the chicken house. "jt mother Virginia.In.Oakland. ,,}
a steel brace,on Ws leg. But he ''There they1{were crouched on"thfc r.:, "I'' t .COATS, )) like. '
drives his car and gets about :wonderfully .ground. Helen said they couldn't' : '"Mrs. Matt Marable'W doingFinefallowing alltllgirls If, .

well after his tear death 'see to get on the roost. '*:* a gall bladder operation v .

accident. lie smiled UK) said he: "Ben, where've )'QIand Sing been, hi Valdosta Hospital.. 0'ny') 'a SPORTSWEAR,by Talbott

was getting along grand and spokeof Ben ambarassed, blinked his eyes '
how much he appreciated: the sand.' said) "Sing, you, tell 'eiSing Mrs. Ponce D. San. 1n, Mrs. Gra 25.95, .. '.. ,. 1 r""T1'"t''

many friends who had cheered fluttered a little-saldi\ "Mias Hefea liana Black Mill Martha Sandlin r ""1'

him on his way. j|i we been down to,Delegals to the and Duffies' Mlckler lurched In Valdosta '
The HamLtoa County Library Square dance'y the-flm! of the week. Every man -
.1;.... ,,' Mrs. 'Raymond Camp, Jr and i j& $ :: .: : Ladies'and Girls'knows
.Mr. Graham Black went to Valdosta [; '
: Monday. They looked at Flower I fJ aN1GHT, GO\VNS and
RIVER ,t plants and viewed the part of Val- that McGregor '

I ta flooded by the overflowing and l 9 :;, ,fc SLEEP COATS
? \ still rising Wit 1acaochee River. means .tyl and

.*. Mrs May Curry Jr. Mrs. ,Bam- .
CAMPSITES berg ItarreU and Mrs. Mamie Dry- quality m $3.95-5.95

went to Panama City and visited I
. New shades'
OR new styles, Brand newshipment.
Andrew Walker spent
Thanksgiving visiting her children DRESS PANTS .............10.95 T. '
PERMANENT HOMES\ in HalnesCIty and from there she I

went to Panama Cty ,and visited I To go:wit4i above coats !:' .

On the Withlacoochee.River. in Hamilton, County. Fla her nephew Canton Caldwell and : .

Terms low $10 down and $10 month. brought her sister Mrs. Ben Caldwell !
as as per home with her. I McGregorSPORT

Drive north on U. S. 41 to State Road No. 6. Go west -- j jl. 'I
Tb e W. M. U. ladies cf Calvary j, SHIRTS$5.95 '' u .
and turn right on State Road 143 to property or write, Bartist' Church met 'at the home ,

Florida"Campsite Inc. P.. Q. ,,Bo* !,-jasper FloridaAD64LSM6"F'IB of >!1'1. J. P. Yajn. T\' .-Dec. j ,9 PERFECTIONISTS IN FIT .'
8 for"an all day meeting onthe' week j ,
/ of Prayer for Foreign' Mission ,: YOUR EXACT SLEEVE; LENGTH 'r t : ,

I There were 7 members and 3'
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THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA I Friday, December 11, 1964 .

Minutes Meeting ver Wheeler Lawton McCulley and tied, an dthe following resolution, I I ED IN THE S% OF SECtion & R. 14 East, in Hamilton County, cancelled and vacated being'all of 'portions In addition to those Vacated -
Aaron Ilogan. County Attorney W. was adopted. j 1,,TWP. 1 S. R..H, E. Florida said map or plat being re-, said Map and plat except such September 6, 1960. "
Hamilton A. also the IN COUNTY, corded the Public Records parts and portions as are described Vacate all of the plat or map of the ., \
County Drury was present ,and A RESOLUTION OF THE I i HAMILTON among Hamilton Gar*
| said Schedule; "A", beand the subdivision known as
business- was transacted FLORIDA.WUERE.A.s of Hamilton County.J1ortda. on the I lan .
following I BOARD OF COUNTY:c6- are hereby vacated cancelled dens EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING t.
Commissioners The meeting wal called to order MMISSIONERS,OF HAMILTON .'John C.', Camp and'8th day of February;,A*D.,1928.In and annulled that'! the lands Lots 22 and 23 of Block 12 in*
and opened with prayer by Chairman COUNTY, 'FLORIDA R. J.punp.r.'have made appU-I I Plat Book Number one (1) at page and propertied embraced in such Unit Number 1, In NEVI of SEjtU
Jasper Florida McGhln. cation It, the portion of aald map and plat portions of such map and plat are ef Section 1, Townshiplt'South .i1
'! PROVIDING!'TOR the Board!it County Commissioner cancelled and 14 East ',
I hereby vacated are Range ;
Dee: 1, 1964 A petition for partial cancellation TIlE CANCELLATION: of said County to( cancel'tin sought to be cancelled and vacated I returned: an acreage'basis and Lou 1 and 3 of Block 11 in Unit
The Board ot County Commiss* ; this proceeding being all of said hereafter be described on the Number,. in NWK of SWVU ,
0 fthe Plat and Map of Hamilton A VACATION',OFi PARTS and vacate certain parts and portions ,: I may ;
loners met today at 10:00: a. m. In Gardens map and plat except those parts : rolls'and elsewhere.ietordbg'to ; of said Section,1 'J 1 hJ1'
a sub-division was filed AND PORTIONS.. OF of ,the plat.and map of "Ha I and portions described and'' desIgnated -'.on the.:tax Surveys-,!. Lots,18 and 17 #.Block 5 and,,.

regular session, and the following with' the board by the Oerfe;;Motion THE PLAT AND MAP OF:milton Car'feng1';.. t'..sub-divislon of ( In Schedule "A" attached. thereof .and the according Government to Section,} Lot' 13,44 ':,15 ,,29,4nd-30' oft;,i'
members were present: Guy Me-(was made by Mr. Vinson, secondedby i "HAMILTON GARDENS: the S%"-except"the-N' of the NW hereto and,which, ia hereby madea I Township. and Range and,as aer {,, Block ,s toUbftNumWf.8.: in,
Chin, Chairman, Jack Vinson Gro-.,, Mr- Hogan and unanimously car A SUB-DIVISION LOCATt % of the SEH'of Section 1, Twp. 1 part hereof, and I cage rather than a.lo,andt blocks J SE%'of SE4 of said of State Section Road I:1:."
The right way
''I i WHEREAS, it appears that the and that all interests of.the County i iptHamfltoiv Number 25 (formerly designated .
Petitioners are the sole'owners of :the Public and all. persons State Road Number 2) and
I thefee dmpJe'tItle in and'to the streets, alleys, the right of way of.the: Georgia,
to an of the,
,parks, highways: roads thoroughfares Southern and Florida t railroad
f lands 'located. in1 said Sub-division
i approaches & all other port- Those portions of 16th Street,
which they seek to have Included !
\ ions of said plat & min nereby vacated situate in the W/4 of SW% and
r In the cancellation and vacationand and cancelled which In the SEVi of SW% and In. .
may ap- "
that the remaining portions -oear to have been dedicated for use that part of the SEtt West'of '
I land' parts listed In said Schedule"A" by the Public are hereby released, said State Road Number 25, In
are vested in various other reminded, abandoned, and quitclaImed said Section 1;

i persons ,or parties, and, to( the Petitioners, and to That portion of Oak Avenue
I, WHEREAS, it their heirs,successors and,assigns lying directly East of Lots 16, .
appears that the ,
iJini i I forever, and all Interests of the 17. '18, 19, 20.; 21,22 and 23 of
cancellation and
I vacation of the Public in and to such lands are Block 12 In Unit Number 1. in '
I Tarts and portions of said plat and.here-bv cancelled, vacated, annulled NEU of SE% of said Section
r r 12A I I map as prayed will l not adversely :and declared to be null,-void, and ,11; ..
affect the ownership ,of the per- of no further force and effect, and. That rortlon,of 15th Street
rom ,owning the other parts and Section 2. That the Clerk of this lying directly South of Lot 16 of.'.
I portions of the land In said Subdivision ,Board be and he Is hereby Instruct. Block 5 in Unit Number 8..inSEU
1 ,nor will such canceUaton ed to file in the Office of the Clerk of SEU of said Section 1
I ,of the Circuit Court of Hamilton Co That portion of Olive ,Avenue
I obstruct them In'the access to their 'untJ,. Florida ,* certified copy of lying South of State Road Number '
I I obstruct then In the access to their 25 (formerly designated ;.
MOi EIJ3C1W APPLIANCE f said lands, but that such cancellat this resolution and have'Public the same Rec State Road Number 2)) t '
I recorded among the
ion & vacation will leave such land
That portion of 14th Street Ivlnedirectly
lords of said County well
as as a-
accessible as they now are, and
North of Lot 3'') of
the records of this Board and
r' tea gift the \ I' WHEREAS It appears that all mong that the said Clerk of the Circuit Block 15 In Unit Number 8, In
taxes levied and assessed against Court is Instructed to make suit. CE'of !SEU of aid Section 1
said lands have been fully paid i able notations on the margin of the That portion of 13th Street lying
'" I land) that there are now no outstanding record of'said original and copiesof rtlrcctiw South of BUvir 15 In
whole family eqjoys, I tax sale certificates nor tax said! map and plat showing the Unit Number! 8, in SEH of
t ''liens against said lands and partial cancellation and vacation SEU of said Section 1.
; WHEREAS, :it appears that the thereof and the place of such record That portion of Hill Avenue
Who shoW know bear the*Santa? I lands described in the said map i of this resolution. Ivlnsr: 'directly) West of Lots 13,
Y Hal tell tips lilt pnnory Chtfcftnae ptflm I Icr plat are not located within the.corporate | Passed and adopted In open regular I 14. and 15" of Block 15 in Unit
YOU Number in of of
limit of incorpor- i I session! o' this Board on this 8. SEU SEU
11..peledrlc I. and any the 1st day of December A. D1964 Said Section 1:
ted town or city ,
feat rjves'pleasure, !
jjausOBm.il gesfom .
That portion of Minnesota+
.nt1tofthe j I WHEREAS. U appears that
lelsuft\ease,cr canfat tf1rcagII' I I Petitioners have given suitable Not Guy McGhln, Chairman of the Avenue lying directly West of
,. 1dt Board of County Commissioners of stink 11' in Unit Number 4. in
f of their Intentionto
And wIaot In.my of.**.**. & *' lire by publication for the cancellation and Hamilton County .Florida. I NWU of SWUof said Section
I apply ATTEST: J. R. Miller, Clerkof i:
wafts yoursebctfon-coIorTVIt vacaton of such parts anS portions said Board of) County Commissioners ., And that portion of 17th Street
... hrrinp oven,dbhwaebec, *cat-free tappliancs vacation of such parts and portions of Hamilton County, Fla. lying directly North of Lot 1
I_ oorabos/ j I r-ocf of publication of such notice SCHEDULE "A" I ;.
&tdr'eo hWt..,.Visit your eIecfr1c r anft that no Interested person has Re' Hamilton Gardens, Vacating .r"ntlnnpcl IIn PII";
dealer now for the Brg Surprise with .J I appeared and! objected and shown

the Power to PUwe the entire family! .J.! gnod cause why the prayer of the' Of 4", ,14 .
", t petition of the Petitioners should For the BEST, in j Parts and Service '
not he granted and such plat and
'd i i man be vacacted and cancelled,
I NOW, 'I1IEREFORE.BOARD Balers: Rakes Mowers Cutters


BK IT RESOLVED BY TIlE Ford Tractors Corn HarvestersEASY

., last wr+ata5 snstos owa assso UNTY, FLORIDA: TERMS SEE. .
7", 4 t'J.
Section 1. That those portions of
the plat and map of the said Sub-

DENS", located In the S% except .
Nk the N% of the NWU of the SEtt .t.
1Ij ,ot Section 1, Twp 1 S. R- H East, TRACTOR COMPANY
J. .
i except as described in Schedule ,
ECTRICALLY L I "A" attached hereto and made a Jasper Phone 792-6551

LIVE BETTER..GIYE ,BETTER E I. 't..!part hereof and the part and portions -,'. 1' t : t: ... 4L. 4- :

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1 n .. .1; REG. DUROC BOAR AND GILT >-

: >:It Bring your whole family' ,. These hogs were out of the Grand

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,h : 4i See and check our complete line of feeds and minerals i 1963. They came from the T. J.: ; :.

; t -r .-, : Lt .,,-.c Haynes Duroc |Nerd of O'Brien, Fla. '
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PIGnrCS: LB. $, .
.,. the rush ail'\ have mane, f too do.all: -, CAN
.', of your Holiday food".shopping;here rigttt. away I I.,
.4; Wise Mrs. .Santa will tbe stocking' up now on WILSON'S CERTIFIED 5-6 LB.;,\'AVG.

.r','\'""ry '._'.h'_.....Non..I...,.__perishables.w. .n.! .and ordering, ,. .their. meats ahead.. : .14_.' ,,k t BAKING'C".


...&,"LOOK.,..'..,. ...OVER.. ,,_'. .OUR' 'FULL" SELECTIONOF HOLIDAY c NDiESL' .
CORN KING .... Lb.

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Coffee dateLimit 3:9 C I p. ... ,

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}(, Limit 2 PKG..with.$5': o f t C' ONNAISE25". r FRIES MR.+ G.- FRENCH 3FOr1'oo.t'I;_ -- : I 3 Ca : I

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-- .-- _- Fridav.. December 11.. 1964. .
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County Minutes John Ray Miller McNeil 8597 Ethel G. Dedge Salary Sect. to .Ierinilis' Miss Shirley' Flier Caroline who, parade. Along wth "Miss
8207 Home Dem Agt ... 83.1' News Agricul-
James Damper.:...,....7039 O. O. Edwards Salary Ant< is Mrs. Bill Swink; and Ernestine ture" from Jennings High will be a White Springs
(continued from page four rod"M-a-acnn. .":.....a... 897J. Wi. AR ...> .:I I By MrsyAtaltea Havener ""I> who Is Mr. Douglas Harrison. The representative from Jasper Ugh ,
Ball .Sale
Sa.1&ryt RWd r 4pv J.5.Nov..8IU.Jt'J Slaugjter Wtlner grdtluate4 of and 'WhIte .
of Block 11 in Unit Number 4, t 'l i I Springs 'High.; -"Mils Honored
: "fJ. i St. 1..... ; '
: :\?> WM 1 Jennings t .
1'l f J of fW% .o( 1d -t t ?17':, ) It tewp rt\ ... ... r."IU20I.i.Uinl Eva AtlasJudgeS4Cc to..tJ jUJ s=, ;;t 1 f "f. float Hamilton%ftl fh Count *dvtp b ') nihN no'1 .
..1 ITamitonn ITIr. I.:..I....J. 1.1110.73C ........ 26J9NII I J. V cCI.lU. 1 W MAuopi
.The > Id Carr Alex! Mathis .............. Williams tto SalJrVYard 1 oC Robert 1s a nephew spending this week daugUter R : 14 1l.e2.:; -

t1 C 107,70 r90P : upkeep ....."a.<>/::./< 1.5' !II:0cV. ls1/rest I! I! Mrs. Allen J with r .. T I tysntweristudeatiNti.Aibwlr? : .
j Addle Mae Smith 3 2 U 2'Salary1':( << S fI"'C"'
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t- !
r'' Unisersity will be
n. listed
\ ,90No Clerk T. C. Office ....;f' 97.87 Ro'tgerl! Clrd l 1.d I) ? ;tock the in the 1964-
Range'14 East; in the Countyct* ) irX97: .93 1 Julian Wood Salary and Exp. ed at Eglin Field near Pensocola. i I IM -nev ana !'Url! Charles Schotastkf Aptltoii XeskWth* Col 65 edition of'Who's Who In Amer

Hamilton Notice having and State been of Florida. L. nee a J ..,i F )11.40 Co. Service Officer ........163. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Combass took I, and Mrs. J. V. McCall attended dir loge in Valdoeta last Saturday. The ican. Colleges and IWversftles.>
given by pub- .....69.10 him ,
EmeryGrant out there. trtct conference In
1. Tallahassee, Selection wu'made
Betty RMikeU Clerk boys said on the basis
lication the Board announced they Salary the examination
.. was
were ready to receive bids on adrainage Israel Russell Stone.'White't,,Jti ; .:u... 82.01 I T. A. Office .............. 101.87 I, Wednesday The meeting was held, difficult It lasted for three hours.very I of leadedrship and extracurricular-
well. The following bids Hilton Wcstbery .. ...:,,:.... 122.40 William Kyser Salary Visitors at the home cf Mr. end at Trinity" Methodist Church. Dr. I I,,activities.

were filed with the Board. W. S. .J ctl
Davis Well Drilling 0>., Creasey "t"IT.J1..M; .. i\.,...... 87.80 Charlie Goolsby Salary and Mrs. Edward Scaff and son conducted the meeting. ion during the basketball Among the students to be honor
Deep' Well Drillers .Inc.. Littleton. Huey ,. I '..... '122..0 | Janitor .................. 18790Julan I Ed and daughter, Nan from Au-,'i It is being cames. ed Is: Elizabeth Fi *kl. a'Junior in
WeU Prying' co.Motldn'waa John : ',, ift\. ., RO.1t" / 'Wood Salary C. D. burn. Alabama; Mr. James Albert Get your census reJ> { ready. operated by ,the seniors. textile science f"" White Springs'

made by Mr. Hogan Ben '. fy1. : j.".. ,,82.07 Director ................ 11337 Scaff. and daughters Nan and Em.- The workers are calling; !" th m..1 The B squad cheerleaders Florida. .
seconded by M'.. Vinson and unanimously John M '\/!......._ &).97"". Walter' H. Davis Salary 'rna Joy from Leeaburg P11.'Joinggroup It is a*great help to \vorkeh-Il\ ; I Brenda and Sue Murphy are: Elizabeth.'has held
carried that the bid of Ray ;j..h..82.01 Maintenance 23.09 1 Kay Hill an outstand
Davis Well Drilling Co be accepted JameaM: .,.... 19.04 Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins ing> the on Sunday for dinner you have the blanks filled out. Myra Sue Smith Gail and,Cheryl ing scholastic record at Auburn,

aamw; bdng the lowest bid. EdMcCta .,.i.,'' 85.97 :5320| were the Ben Bates family theI Deas. They really da cheer for the while remaining active in extracur-
Mrs: Rince Andrews before 0.I. Office. .6' a' Retire.Frrud Co. Office aandEmployyeea Retire. I Robert Tutens Kenneth and Bill Mrs. Wallace Deas Is a patient at boys. ., ricular activities on "
came campus.
the""board and! notified the board: ...: ;... 1R9.175 I I: Fund: Nov., ........... 107.09 Scats families. 'Everyone had a inilis Miller Hospital down 'at r
that" Margaret Register had re- ;j Social Setur .,." I Social Security Acct. S S. I I delightful time together, especially Gainesville. We hope that she will j I' Correction: Junior Coffin is Vice She has served as dormitory lees

I slimed as part time secretary to the Col BlueCrow 1'nJlIll.Jle. .f..'.......:In.99//> Nov. ...................... 54.37. "Mr. Jim. and 'hiss Nora"I soon be :able to come back home. I,President of the J. Club. instead of Ident pledge trainer for Kappa
Expense Co. Commissioners *
unanimously I Kappa Gamma .
County Agent. The board I. James Sorority and holds
J. O. B a ..56.11 Guy McGhin .............. : Jean Smith from Deas.
agreed to employ Mrs. Et. j ... .. 6-951 .. 6.25 Mrs. F. A. Badrfget of Homerville,1: Ga'i I membership in Mortar Board.women's .
!lclJowa f. Valdosta
I hel Madre or> a full time basic as ) Jack Vinson .. ............... 6.2: "is spent the weekend with senior '
5 'ryls, (Auto,.Parts .Ace.. Gas Aaron spending the week with her brother ADULT; CLASS IIAS CHRISTMAS hQnora!). Ameri-
Hogan ..... .......
Secretary to both the County Agents" Oil ....:...:.I..f.n ?.c.7...... 553.75,' i. 6.25 Mr A L PoD ck his Howell. The two girls 'atifcn til Beauty PARTY cjin Association of Textile Chemists
end the Home Demonstration.agent hat Lawton McCulley .......... 6-25 and family '
,I, _
'Pt.Pcior''CMi.fU\ parts .,..'71.3ft''Iwt'at's f\"O" School together:; 1 i and Colonists Phi Upslkxi.'and
tier present salary) plus the salary Grover Wheeler h.,........ 1.25 If I varIous -
previously paid to Margaret 5; Ridlatt''ServiceRepaira Town Of Jennings Rent I i 1!I 15" Levi Lees qt? ,Jasper were Mrs Artl-r The Jennngs Adult class! had a church and student leadership.
I and
Register -. Wironi / :" J+.Iwuli.; ....,. 7.50 Health Office '... ........... 2000"- .i I Sunday visitors of the C, 11 Lees. of Thomaston spent daughter oll..t!ChristmasParty Tuesday evening- groups. .
sijwannee wouniy i nKinvrc. .xr. Bud BuDan I Rent Health I> at the high school.- They had a
Cross came bet. {ih"filed"a board-and: ;%W'ttelW; Office ......... 20.00' :Mr" and Mrs-'fi: : M ''Frier and, week with Mrs. Morris i Thomas'short session and. ;then
} .. everyone
TSohs' 26.00pdd3 '
proposal \Aiereby"Suwannee F COUNTY DJD1GENT Avon went to ''Cikel: nll recently. Marlon Is the daughter of Mrs. Thomas1 enjoyed visiting with each other.I j White Snrn s High

County would furnish all materials .' : 60.17.nir Mrs. Mae Long ...,......., 15.00i While down thenfthe'had (Refreshments of coffee fruit cakecookies
and Hamilton County would furnish r ; i Louise: Cribbs .............. 10.00 family I
picnic at candy and I'School.News
the wuipment) and labor to repair r' 412.38 Eva Lee .................. 15.00I CandyBridge near St. Mr and Mrs Blanchard of Valdosta potato chips .
bout approach spanes on the NobleFettY The ..e r 1391.11 I Ida Mae Smith ............ 10.00 I!I Petersburg. The.Friers have three were In Jennings Sunday were served. ", ,.
Bridge. No action was takenon John, P, Mrs Frank Miller ........ 12.00 daughter in Lakeland. :They are visiting many of their friends. They The writer of'thia' column is the I The basketba'll season for White
this matter Road ... ,.....2341 I teacher. She was assisted in servIng
Mrs. Springs School
Roscoe Cooper ..... 15.00. -,. both taught here several years ago. started on Tuesday
The Board instructed the; Clerk Shanda & Baker. Inc. Road
Jimmie Candy.. ....a. .. 10.00 Mr Blanchard was principal of Jen- by Miss Inez McCall. Those at- night December 1, at Bell Here
to place Marie Cribbs on the County Materials ... ......... 81.92ov I
Bessie ..... Public Safety i tending were. ,Bill Butler Terry
in of Holloway ..... 12.00 Radio I I our girls won by'fl points while
for IndUn'nlist,the month of November amount and until $15 a D.; Chevrolet UttifiXl.. 5.02 Annie Mae Whitaker ...... 10.00 fcer. Nov. ..................15.00 nines high"Mlaa i i Charles and Jerry Corbett Vernon our boys played a good game but
farther notice. 4. Florida Power_C
The Clerk was instructed( by the Central TI'VdM +. 't txprestCharges..if ; 3,68 Carline Mltchefl .......... 10.00 No.Supplies ..,.........,,.... 75.76 'celebrated her birthday last week ||Jack Wallace Deas. Corbett Dees Mayo for the' second game the following .
bids for the hM Mrs. Henrietta: Craig ...... 10.!>O : >'ia. Telephone Co ....;167.75 C. and
board:(! to advertlsei/yr; J A. Grtmskr.SIt1paMng 'UlmaBraswell) by fishing. She said she was weli,' .Raymond Daggers;Raymond Friday ."

foHoVvirtf material-and suppliesfo'the Saw ....;..),.........lt't;> \. 2.00 Mrs. Katie Bass .......... 12.00, Com. ......... T C remembered' by everyone 'espec*I![t Dutton Sherrill Eudy Avon, The White Springs girls team con
calendar 1965: Fuel. '. Blandena McLain ..... ... 12.00 ......... 1405.46 '
year .
Lewis Motor Cb: Pe 1.. 1 3.70 James L. laDy by her children. I j jBUR.VAM Frier, Lilly Humphrey, Elmer and .slats of' Pa(.Christie Ann Daniels
OlUand: Ore'Ielol' the county roadequlpment R..tllff. Motor' 0.' R ,a74.97 ( State Treasurer' Contribution .' Nunn pram on Ins Ii
fuel Joe Courthouse lIill.Ml Ica Jf.' ;'.47.40 I I Nov.Health Unit) *,.... 1013.91 t For Supt House .......... 46.00 I HOME DEMONSTRAT-i i!John Thomas' Mathis Mrs.Bobby McGufre'l I Cheryl Sha,4\ Ann Bry*at, Daisy
lumberXmetal and concrete pipe1 No Fla..I' rj-:.,i. 1.8O Rance A. Andrews ..Refund- FINE & FORFEITURE I McElwairt Melton Paula Allison Kathy Law
and buts W fas for the Jail/ '. Sa P'.'S I>I Exp. 4-H dub Exif.'? 37.25 'John H. McCormick Expenses ION CLUB MEETS WITH MISS Donald Bonnie and Eloise Vickie Pautz Susan Shaw Sue Hill-

M tiqn*Will made,by ..Wheeler,t 1' N ea .:\..a50.00 State Road Department .m, County Co. Judge's office .... '357.50 IrA TIE. I[ ford Willie Sevo?, Wade Ruther-j house. Debbie Taylor Emily Pound
seconded by. ,Mr. McCulley. and j jrlllnrh Maps .............,:,.,."..;.:15.00.*John II. McCormJck Salary Juv The Burnam Home Demonstration Elsie and Jimmy Cox and Julia Morgan with Mrs. M
unanimously carried that .a resolution .'...192.08 J. R. Miller :.''1 tf/and and Judge,, .................... 70.00 Club had its Christmas party at stan, James Evans Troy ,; Young: as coach.
tit prepared showing Hamilton Kemeth WoodSalary; Nov. .15.00 fees.............J'....,.':;:.. 23.30J Joseph P. Holbman Salary Juv 'the home of M!s. Ike Shiver. The I[Mary)" Turner Mrs. J. ....SteP1E'nsI I On the boys team are:. Tommy
.County as against a proposal Helen AdUIti ..Substitute F Kenneth Tuten '"t' 'TV A. Counselor.. ... ,........., 4927 ',club always looks forward to meeting I county coordinator of adult work ,Pound. Glenn Lindsey Warren Hogan
'to use Iand5.on both sides of Su-, Salary .,..,..,,..",.>,.".,.... 12.Oa1Social Commissions .. ..::.alp.!: 401.00 Juror County Judge Court with "Miss I \
from the to Hattie. SOPIDIOlti-\ai Jimmy Smith Jerry Conner,
wannee River source Security J' .;. .: .. 8.52 William Robert .
State and Federal .Parlfl RetirementFtmcl Julian Wood Expenses I Tuten, Jr. .. 6.20' The devotion was given by Mrs. Paul Allison IL Vickers, Willie
mouth as Co .Off. A Efflp. 71.55 f Nlcfc'C.' Law President. Jim has
I .. DeVane ap.-
attend Ser. Off. Coriin.; ;; ... 11.80 .
Lands exclusively. | November .. 9.40 James :Shiver. She read a selection about ChrWmas Pound, Charlie Stormant and Tommy
The Board agreed to hold their .<, Iona1 Fredrick T Mickler;(JrnM. D. i I i E. Stonnant ........ 14.40 :,the Judean Hills. Mrs .J :M Mills pointed various conymltteea with Mr. J. Lewis
"lte Lmdsey
Ruth Ma'lpass> *c as
next regular meeting on December'' .. ...... 14.30\ Inc. Pro. ....4tJ.tf-.ktU.. 30.00'' Billy 0 Lurch .;...........*5.10 Lets all get to Vork so4we ,
Travel .kt i a1 Christmas' their coach.
v 4> Joe Lane 'gave Meditation Each
31., 1964 for the of atending Professional D. > ,. | Bullard ...... ...13.60 can bate a greet party J .
purpose Blanche Deal Pmceecdingsi i,' ... Inc30.001 William A Jones .......... 10.20 'person was asked to explain a Chr- Reporters
for the' 27.22, *.n.
of business
to certain items Expensei.a.Macmtllaq'DStributlon., Jane McDanitlti Incomp. Ell Daniels ...u......... 1020 isttnas I' symbol and !its origin. An ) We have several girls' who, are Paula Allison and Sue Hillhouse

1964!Tba calendar following year.bill were ordered. Collier. Center Books} ...... :MSrtJ Proceedings: ...;........... 9.00 I. Oscar Mills: .........,...... 11.301'"'arrangement of candles: star, holly ,going out tor cheerleader, They' are ---..-------
Dobbs Brothers Supplies .... 15.03 ,John Ivey Hester .. ........'..... 10.60'' ;and poinsettia was on the coffee Angle' Deas Betty,?yZant., Jo Dick-
paid.ROAn" BRIDGE j North Fla :Telephone Co. ... 8.501 Co. JudgecCorml.k..Ss25.0Witte Eugene C Lang 't'_.;..,,.10.20 11 table. This illustrated four Christmas -,son and Linda Butler. I Patricia Wynn Mary Jane Bennett -
Nov. 1-' .Prem Charles D Ueupo "...... 10.201, 4} Gail Sullivan Barbara McCul
Salary Road Employee Florida Pow Cort > Utilities 13 05 Springs Ins.&ency symbols which,were fully explained I '
:Nov. 15. GENERAL:: I I I Health Office ..... ......... 14.00 Clinton E. Zlpperer.. .... 10.20:1:, || We are also prouok>tour basket ley and Nell Newsome.
W. D. Stewart ............ 162.70 Rance Andrews Salary and F.xp; Jones Insurance Agency Prem Donald E. Ball ............ 11.801 I The Christmas fair was sure I ball players.-ThJ, Be Jim DeVane I'' ''Mrs.:Russell! Alderman was chaperons

Bill Norris ... ........... 12340 Co. Act.,Nov. ............. 329.16 Guard Bond .............. 20.00 Emmett L. Dupree ........ 10.20I very Ronnie Sauls; Edd Wynn Bobby for" ,the ,group.
Alex Mathis .............. 119.20 W A. Drury Salary County Xerox Corp. Photo Sup. .. 208.30 J Thomaa Bennett ........ 1020i I cessful and enjoyed by everyone. Wynn Billy Wynn and Frankie
Ruben Daniels ...,.:...... 111.40 Atty. ......................' 57.78 The H and W B Drew Co Office Claude Stormant .......... 13.60 At the conclusion of a delightful; Johnson.. I HAMILTON COUNTS' TEACHERS
Virgil Williams .......... 111.40 Salarv-Co. C--mn'"sl'1ers: ; 'I Supplies .................. 20.66 Cecil G Batmen .........10.80 !afternoon the hostess served ,coffee -I .thi.tI ASSOCIATION BAD MEETING
O'Neal Goolsby ........... 01.1"' i', Aaron Hosan ............ 117.50 ,General Office Equipment,& Print. I Albert Page ............. 10.20 I': cookies and coffee cake. If anybody,hT:any questions
:Norman Douglas ...,...... 107.50 Graver Wheeler ..... ..... 10397 f Co. Office Supplies .....< 20.22 Wfllard Godwin,1Jr. .....'. 10.40 I 'group' ''exchanged presents about keeping Wrm ask! Angle.. >'Ane'nudeUng' was held in the Jas
J. L Reeves ......... ..... 111401 I[ Jack Vinson :..,.......... 115.47 Dotherow Office Supply Office Joe Walter Sapp .......... 1020 Itvhlch' were made by the members. ,I I Linda whafjMitoiVirtthe library 1 lI'.f>P t"'JI'qateterla<; Wed-

Emery Grantham ,........ 92.10 I i Lawvn McCulley .......,...10397 I Supplies .............. 11.46 Roy R Mathis ...or....... 6.20 Officers of the club are: Mrs. J. last weef: M*'t Ct **"* ? I rwn* q. lteino tJ Mrs. Tom Leslie
Israel Stone .............. 9210'' Guy l\IcGhln ... .........., 113.37 u. Robert David Keeling .....12.00 Students on the/'B" honor roll I made.. a.:',report on the Legislative .
Russell White .............. ..... I wannee'Valley Electric Coop., M Mills President: Mrs. Wisen- I
82.07 Isaac
Chandler, Jr- Exp. 85.00 '
; Luther R. Ard I.. .... 10.20 11'00'our : Angie.peas, :Institute which !qhe! attended. Mr.
\Inc.v Utilities Park ...... 300 Mrs. classiwerei ;
Hilton Westberry ,...... 12240W. J. R .Millert*' Salary. Clerk I W.1 Matt Marable ......... 11.80L. 1 baker. Vice President; Ralph I]: I r.
Carollna-XBumett. Tkton from the State Department
H. Betty Zant.
S.. Jackson' ...;..... ... 4619 BCC W Suwannee, Store Supplies Ct. I and Treasurer. j
: '" 575 Op) Cunningham. Secretary / :
D. Christie ........... ;
Vernon Moore ............ 99.30 .Ann C. Mafflai/ Salary Sn..; House ...A............. .. ... .52 13.00Witness I Jackie Hiers, Jo ,Dicl&M,, Billy' Tallahassee spoke to the group
Huey Cook .............. VT ,*'> Regist ... .....i........... 202.90 Jones insurance Agency Prem. .Compensation Co JudgeCourt I I Wynn, James. HenklOftSfad; Mary 1'/speech was very' informative and.
{ John Ponds ...... 9237 'Wylma B. White Salary and I (Add) due on Co. Trucks .. 43.13 I I) The Eudys are building: a new Wells and Eile' ett.. interestingThe ,
1 i ... .. .... : Crawford Petty............ 3.10
Ben Goolsby .. .. 82.07 Exp. Home.Dem. Agent .. 258.93 Florida Power Corp. Utilities home on road 41. Congratulations: President this group is
Ct. Ha. & Col. Co Agt off .. 93.20 Cornell Thomas ............ 4.80 I I I Janet Aldermanmember' of Mr.- J. W. DeVane from Jennings

I I Getz Service Health Cen .15.00 Baron Rushing ..''.......... 3.20 Mr. and 'Mrs. Kirby Wells and I,I the fourth grade Is sick, Shfc >is in Vice President is Mr Clayton MeDuffle
.......... 4.90
Archie Lee James
Hamilton Co Chamber of Commerce the hospital at GalnesviTle.'Wv-wish
Mary, visited Mr and Mrs Bradford ,, of White Springs and SecretaryTreasurel' ,
t Archie Lee Robinson ..... 4.90
,, I ,Contribution for Floatto 'you a speedy reC<1VeJ7..Janet.I .
? Wells and children Wayne &: is Miss Barbara
.... I be entered in Governor's David McKire ......... ..... 490 "
i' I inaugural parade ........ 150.00 Annie Williams ............ 4.90 I Dellcla in Nlceville over the week- *'FOURTH I GRADE. TO PRESENT; Pearman of Jennings

., !. Charlie Rhocten Sheriffs fees Joe Wheeler ........... ..... 5.60J. end. Peggy Wells a niece from f r ClIIUS'ft S PROGRAM_ I II i IJENNINGS BASKETBALL
'''''''''''"'I' '' W. Darby Maintenance Madison also went with them. ,
I / cost.- 733.16
:' 4.\"H'" "M J. O..Burch Co: Supplies Ct Work Jail ................, 15.00 I I I The fourth grade under the dricctlon SCHEDULE J96.1tSDate :
\ 1@.: Game and Fresh Water Fish I SCHOOL NEWS of "Miss Addle'! their teacher I
; Hs ............n.;o. 31.96 I Ishow" Opponent Place
Were You Born: \ : City of Jasper"'. Utilities .. 21.45K. Comm. arrest fees ......... 43.80 Please remember the I) will prsent a Christmas program Dee. U Greenville away
which is i being sponsored by
Hamilton Co. Memorial Hoao.Patient j DecembeflSth at 1:00
W. Wells Mowing park .. 5.00 on : Dec. 12 Lake
'" t t rrf1t: { I I'I prisoner .... 42.20 the Senior Class. Wonderful prizes J will be I Away
i Hamilton oBanks,,,, ''Nov. care It will be in two scenes. One Dec. IS Jasper home'
DECEMBER of 'an {e c e t ar, Exchange ................. '26.52'Orldn Exterminating Co. Service are being offered. There will be a 'The Star Playet'"whlchTportary the
: ; ; Western Auto Store' Supplies jail ........................ 8.00 second and third DATE: manger scene. The choir will wear" Dec 18 Mayo Away

'if REMEMi i I Ct. House .........t......... 1.21''r Fla. Power Corp. .......... 41.03 How could you forget? December 1'1'nrt. white robes. Dee 21 Christmas Lee Tours MadlionJan.8

So if| I Holloway'A. Gas Cola Co. Agt. W. A. Drury' Conviction fees A 19 of course. WHERET Why the The second scene: j will be "Around Away
Office ........,............. 13.90, Com. on Bond Eat. .... U5.45 ,High School Audltori m. I the 'Christmas Tree"'. 9 s Dasher Away
Marie Cribbs Co Ind .... 15.00 Co. Office and Employees Retire Dee. 12. Lake Ruler home-
/. To" Renew Yww Margaret Register Salary Sec. fund ............. ... 24.0 Better place your orders with I I Mary Wells will lie accompan-- Jan 15 Branford away

'.. %J ....w girDriver's .; I Co.'Agent .................. 32.33 iSodal r : Security Acct ........ 22.16 Santa so you will get a present instead I Sat for this program.I Jan. 18, EcboII County hone
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Social Security Acct 1.7l'Co. Jasper Laundry .Jail j of a "paddle". SPEECH CLASS ATTENDS Jas 19 White Springs away

LicenseTHIS Office and Emp. Retirement I Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs cost j PLAY AT NFJO ...... ........... Jan. 22 CreenvWe Home*
,, Fund ...................... 1-40. and fees feed prisoners .1899.78 The Seniors are ordering: their I ,Jan 23 Bell Away
., '. Sandlln Auto Parts Fuel Ct., The J...O. Burch. Co. Supplies) invitations this week. The members of the speech class Jan' 26 Jasper Away

... Hs. ..........If'......... U0.22 Jail ...*....-.....,....."..;. 5.80 I went over' to North Florida Junior Ju 29 Mayo Home' .
Mrs Grace Polk Civil Def., Western Auto $Store i... SuppliesJail I CANDIDATES FOB "MISS AORI-t. .College to attend a program of one J an. 30 Pinetta
MONTH .. .2500; .;...;.:....rfAfc ...... 10.56 CULTURE" I ; Away-
act plays. They enjoyed the plays Feb 6 Branford home-
Hill .
orkIg dueon 10.50
JI ,_ .. .... ... C1o. .Bal. t" 'f City of Jasper Utilities Index I Six girls from Jennings High are and thought that the acting was ]Feb 8 Suwanne Con. Turn.WiDiston
Janitor Supplies ............ 3.50Iyrg's !) J. R. Miller Recd. filing for the title of "MissAgriculture"
I competing fine. Those went
very who were: 1 Feb 16 Echols
Supplies Voting | Co Judge Conv. .....h..... 15-60 County Away
They are Linda Butler Burnam Deloris
Booths ...>.. ...............t 6.68 Hill Mfg. Co. JanitorSupplies Earlene Greene :Feb 22 White Springs .home-
r ....... ........... TL50 Mary' Wells Nell Newsome. Tommy: Newsome Billy Laseter, I ;:Feb' 25--Group Tournament
I There being no further business, Earlene Burnam, Ellen Scaff and
s f.i .GET wop FARM LOANS before the board. said board ad- Elaine Smith. "Miss Agriculture": -- ------

JUMO&s journed. i will be selected by the faculty. She '

wont II Guy McGhin. Chairman. !,will ride on'' the Hamilton County I For All Your Insurance Needs See*

Oo irMtnr" ATTEST: J. R. Miller Clerk float which will be In the inaugural. J ,

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.' : Youan, :: pftisuis! thevalues VICKERSJuper : ; 1 UREAV.t t- 'f:
)) .; 3 Bedrooms V 'vlt f

,.. .' of our products. : Florida 2, ,, or 4 ; Auto, Fire, Life, Farm Liability, Workman Compen*"
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sand 1 they're priced lower 1, 1/, or 2 Baths \
\ : Telephone 7926921Home sation and Bond ;\.
than_ 1CU.: : Come t7 2-4831 '.

Res. ALL BRICK HOMESNo Office Phone 792-7501 .. .... .. Home Phone 5382281HPPJETTE
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RestaurantJasper .'. Harrison Homes, Inc. ;. .!t:'. For G cod,Fast, Experienced Service '.

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Friday, December? .11 1 I 'I 1964 .*<
-.<. j ..IJII\J; L .. .'Jua.t'I; .. .... -' .... -:; ,- -1
Don Wetherington I* Guest I :ir tatacr'' Cotton AllotmentsNowJh :FIVE ''INJURED' ,. IN ..MIDNIGHT''l

Speaker at .uRilQl.\A\ j 1.1"JIDdSuwannecr..Count.u. ;;Ha ilfoifoltqWw! have ,; . b uia.,eve.WRECK/AT;
: w'v t: is tnxW+ huart.! T .1. /H.'T; tip' + ''l. : .JASPER CITY LIMITS

'" ,. sub -vqa t a' ilUliW 'II i>fU' )t' It.t .. .. .. :. ., utt'ri f n._ ,; ri"P J JI
.wer vu H jj*>!!i *' v', The .i MailV qm I I p
.Donyelherington of 3eapefi' Float I : d'e" rtt. diLrR + e bbAbi I 1 :
was guest speaker at the 13th an- InaugurarParatfe:, \ .rJ1t0 TN t1 .... h hr IX',n
nual Suwannee County 4-H Annual Ii."
Notices of hdlvidual'farm acre-
Achievement Banquet. It was held Hamilton County will be represented ty float will not be locking. Miss age allotments for the '1965'upland Jl'o.p '(Jl! wi.
In Live Oak recently, and'89 Su m the Inaugural Parade in Tal- Hamilton County, Miss Mining, !cotton crop have been mailed to farmers I I
wannee County 4-H members received -! lahassee January 5th with a Float Miss Agriculture .and Miss Forestry I
in Hamilton,County ccord PATIENTS IV HOSPITAL > achievement awards. : and the Jasper High School Band. attired in brilliant .eye I .
ing to Wallace Chairman 'Agricultural ; James Daniels
The affair attended 215 f
was by I The Hamilton County Chamber of log costumes, will add beauty and I
Stabilization and Conservation Kib 'P--
parents guests and 411 Club members Commerce has accepted the responsibility charm to the float. '
Asst. County Agent Fred De-, of having the float prepared The Jennings Jasper and, White County: ;mmittee. He pointed Mrs. Louise Staff
Vane said. Don Wetherington is The Covinty: Commissioners Springs High Schools were each : out'that,; any.question about allotments Mrs. Henry BembryMrs.

state fit,Council treasurer. have aptnt>>vd some county funds asked to have the student body and should J be taken up Inrtmed Mrs. Earleen Goodman

to; help the Chamber of Commerce teachers select one girl from their lately with the, ASC: County. Com-I Annie Mae Daniels .
,t auetb.rahw. ",: n.j e TO MEET finance,'tainan FI u f school to tridAles'Trlialaty dhJ'IIIt.. r. 't !" -r Coloradt Julia Mae Bristol- t :- -

'The Jasper Woman's Club will A float Committee. with Paul float. The girls selected were The Chairman declared that the | Mary Bradford Jones
meet December 11 at 3:30 pm.. at Tar Chairman has been appoint I Miss Cheryl Shaw from White intention is to'let farmers know I Junior Raiford
the Club, House. by the Chamber' President. R. Springs as "Miss Mining"; Miss how the allotment program will af. (PATIENTS DISCHARGED

A program featuring the Seren- Mrs Ernest Chandler has I Ellen Scaff from Jennings as "Miss fect their farm's prior to Dec. 15 SINCE LAST WEEK .
aders of Yaldosta State College will the task as co-ordinator. ,Agriculture ;and Miss Martha Carter i Milton Lee ,
fed referendum; marketing' quotas I (col) ,
"be 'Christmas committee briefly outlined from: Jasper as "Miss Forestry' fpn ""'1, ... ",
presented. They plan a nrwn (colF >
for the 1965 The
suggestions' for the float.and Miss Marsha Braswell our reigning upland cotton crop. "
centered di- >verlv .
program. Mrs. Chandler got "Miss Hamlton County" will repre I law,,.requires, %. ,/avorable ,vote by Ann .Hawkinsol. ) Photo at "
ector is Mr. Loren Robinson. Mrs1. M,. Susie Carter ;'top sho\vs the pickup truck, which was left In the cen-
busy. Some of.our talented young sent the county. at least two-thirds of the growers I". of the facing por'th (
Robinson is their accompanist.We I (1nlonlVllUamsu 'l', v: tea ;road It had been going southand) below U
cordially invite anyone' Inter people have agreed to help. Work The Hamilton County Float voting In order to keep marketing Mrs. James Sheppard the Chevrolet*which was on the east side,of"the read, also headed north
ested in Christmas music and especially has already been started. The float along with the Jasper High: School quotas in effect!! d'mPi heppard!': St. the direction In which it has been going. It
I. was a foggy.jralny
must be delivered to the Inaugural Band will be an entry in the parade I nightT4.1W
the et, our :
newKmldenti! ,Growers eligfbl; ,to vote are all James Sheppard Jr.
Committee in Tallahassee by Dec.ember that 'the citizens of Hamilton
City to attend this program. those farmers, who; engaged in the Ebnon Webb
20th. County can be Justly proud of.
I The over-all theme of the float Anyone who has not been contactedto production o|;upand cotton \In 1964 I Cecil Emerv Moody Grantham

PLATE LUNCHMeat depicts Hamilton County: resources help world on the float and are If the vote is favorable Mr.''Deas I Mrs Carrie Brown ."' I I4wi

portaryed by" a large Cornucopia willing to help can go to the ware explained, quotas will apply to the I. Mrs. Carrie Avrlett ; $'.., k
Two Vegetable spilling out: the many Hamilton house of the Evans Products Com 1965 upland cotton crop with penalties .
where the float is being con I (Colored Obituary)
County resources. Along a pany on any excess cotton produced 1 nrv
One Tea Coffee
or pretty float one thinks of pretty latructed. for remember this float I II price-support loans to growers who CHARLIE WIST:
of which the Hamilton Coun YOU.
girls I
C I I I I do not exceed their farm acreage Charlie West was born April 12. ,

95BARTON'S allotments wfil be available at a: 1888 in Hamilton County, and"departed
I I level within range of from 65 to this life Nov. 22, 1964 The .
Places funeral held November 29. '''lIe
Polling 90 percent of parity ;and growers I was
I was the fifth child of Mr.. and Mrs. .
who keep their acreage within the .
Sherwood West. ,He came into the
Farms "domestic allotment"
ch'Tr-h at 'an early nee where he
RESTAURANT For Cotton Quotas If the vote' !is, unfavorable, he add I nerved faithfully until the end. He
ed there will be no quotas or penalties was 'member' of Friendship A.M.E. .

Polling places where Hamilton 'on the 1965upland cotton crop );:. Church, He leaves to mourn his
I County farmers may cast ballots in no price-support payments and passing a devoted wife, Mrs Maggie .
I the referendum on marketing rice-support loans to growers who West\ *live'daughters, five sons I
sisters t 28 ... *"rJRK nmraM Baii
two ; two brothers grandchildren
quotas for the 1965 upland cotton da not exceed their farm acreage A wreck',
FLUE URED TOBACCOAcreage : three daughters\ In law at midnight Saturdayon curve and met the Goodman care
were announced today, by Wallace allotments will be available 50 Route\U'at".Jbpeti' '
crop and .a ,most, p.f.other relatives and City limits t i she skidded across the line. They
Doss, Chairman Agricultural percent of parity t friends, on the south akin sent five personsto I met semi-head
and i" on.
Produftton! ,{ r the hbspitAl'tone'Vrtously' in- I IJured. t I
Stabilization and Conservation RevGrUinr: the pastor deliver. All five 'persons were Injured.<
1954 and 1964 County Committee. The referendum and the regular price support togrowers ed the .Eulogy., "i'I". Russell .
probably most
.. I**i r_ "II will be held on Tuesday Dec. IS. who do not exceed their .NOTE,OF. TIfANKSThe'famtly Involved jiuthe accident were a I i sertousty .
Injured was admitted to Valdosta ,
located of the late Mr. Char Chevrolet Pickup- driven ,by-Cecil
The polling places are as acreage allotments will be at 50
Acres, production cB1r,$ ., 1.31 US follows: Cannon's Garage, White ,percent of parity ,as directed by lie West wishes to lake this methodof Moody of Route 4. and'-three passengers were General admitted! Hospital.to Hamilton The.other Mem*
Springs 2. ASCS Office Jasper 31 1 law. / expressing our deep appreciationto his' von Russell.-,, and
1,042,200 ,
1,314 (Mr, ) 7th our manY' friends for their deeds Mr. and Mrs: Colop.1 WilliAms 2T of orial Hospital at Jasper
Wynn's Store Crossroads. 4.' Growers who have questions '
(Mil.) Belleville any of kindness during the hours of Homerville; and a Chevrolet car No charges were filed againstthe
District Voting Precinct about any particular part of the
our sadness and bereavement driven by EarleneiGoqdraan, of Jas. driven. Both cars were a total
I, 1 Polls will open from 8:00: a.m- to cotton program, are urged' to get in ar.t,thanks to each of you for cards I per. The Moody Pickup was traveling loss. Accident was investigatedby

tail 1I 6:00: p.m.Chairman. touch with the ASCS. County office condolences and flowers..._ south and as they rounded a I Trooper II. S. Graham. '
that -- -
Deas explained -
effort has been made to inform r1\. .
I every
I farmers fully about the al .. ,:...h,.' O{,:
., *,',' 1 1r '
that the "
so ;
lotment-quota program : rim/tl ) ;.ib'1;, ,
.. w
..vt'), 645,1Oa referendum' .. .
: 0.0' a I. outcome ''of the may ; it.-; , "i "H'4Vh+ t
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the considered opinion of 01 ,. '/.t .4." ,
represent : ''tl Hti ..
> ; 'r. ': ." -:"t. ..... t ,h' .1i.t': 1:' :! ( ,.... {
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: : :
all of theotert At Issue In'thisyear's ; 'I'
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;rifi'-I. '.i":" : r ,
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"domestic .
J : vote also is the c"Y,1' ." .1,1., ,.. ...h.. NtI" .)' \ !\ .It; ) ,
:v ,
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Allotment" program provided by 1 It' 1-Jr'fB.'fj: 'i ; 'n';SIJ e, :,' ::: Lr'4 a'Ert + ; >,
<< .
legislation growers qualify last spring for price-support under which .; ,I "', -(' ,:,,:.: ;:.. ::7 t ; : :;\\1" < : 1> .' /

j' .payments In addition to loans : s '
'. : by keeping their cotton 'acreage. r?, In 1963.:; '
I within the farm's domestic allot .
1954 1964 Farmers eligible to cast ballotsare ,": ,
all those who engaged in the :
I ..0
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OP AGRCIt4TURF.gv.H.. : II production of the upland cotton r
crop In 1964 Approval by at Jeast -
In 1944 tliw wet only 60 ocrci e? are-tr.J.,tpboct for each 100 two-thirds of the growers voting is 'f
otrti l,n ytor age, but the predntlloil war '0 "fnUltoii pavndi high. necessary If the quotas and the domestic -

tar allotment program: are to go (
; into effect for the 1965 upland cotton .rrtf; : I

H crop. ,. :? !: '
NOTICE OF PUBLIC-HEARING! Ilssues to be decided in the Dec.. tiny 1k v iv, ; ,
15 referendum'are" (ill quotas or no
'. .
A Public Hearing will be held before the Jas-' quotas, ((2)) the level of price support 1't

per Planning and Zoning Board on Monday, Decem to be available 'for the 1965

ber 21 I 964. 8:00 p.m. at City Hall td considered the. crop, and (3)) whether the domestic
allotment program Is in effect for
following; j
upland cotton .<

Petition of the J Northwest, Florida Regional, If the vote Is favorable, quotas ti.a 3r / #. r"i

,Housing Authority to rezone Lot, 2..3, 4, and 5 of will be in effect for the,1965 crop- Y r >

Block 106 from R-l A,to Zone Jv2 for the purposeof with penalties on any' excess cotton
farm, price support
prod.uce J on a
construction of 14 low tent"Federal' Housing
to growers who do not Exceed the
Units. Property: now owned ]by: .J. B. Hicks; : estate and farm's acreage allotment will be

Delores Walker. available at a level between 65 and! ,..
90 percent of parity and 'extra
You should be present, but,objections; or non- price support in the form of pay 'b'"I

objects may be voiced by petitiop.ppother.! represen ments may be,earned by farmers ., '
within the farm's domestic j'I"' \
tation. who keep, .
allotment., '-I blear ,", \ n i .
'..' d.n:1J64'
'I. "|, LILLIANiUBEMBRY! If the vote is not favorable .there ,, ;", i :. !.r."

City Clerk will be no quotas',or penalties applicable ', "ir 5' ,. y ,t.. F rt, .,. ..i I'I'i i" .1.1 ..'

>- '; Jojhe 1965 upland cotton" .. :... .. _, : .. .. .. r.,rj :;;. I '
A_.;' -JJA vJ'JV crop ,no Price support payments.. -
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'a TobaccoFarmers. P ,tr f'U1.: : : I ,-to' *us ,. '} .. 3' .ts ;' f :

'I "Utl t ", ; \ '1 I'
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We ( t.
can supply your.Tobacco Bed and Tobacco 'J.t:

Plant needs."l, i p; for. usefulness t obi you d:'t : -(' f

Tobacco Cloth and Polyethylene curing cloth r i a -w .'r t'N' Ln .

TRANSPLANTERS << For: .the second year In a row;in\recognition of our. This unprecedented recojfnltion'of"ourtincere\ ,

usefulness osejve'serve, Southern Railway and continuing effort to increase OUT usefvlne, .'
', EQUIPMENT System baa voori the Goldel&ight Car J\.ward> to those we serve isdee'plyap"preciated by all 6ft

SPRAYERS aiAND DUSTERSr! This prized a 0sar;;f"th-e: ;ail! oal industry, us on Southern:,In the future,'as in the past,' we: I

presented. iui u a jNlv/A*.t m'al ProgTCss'Instlwill, go on doing everything in our power! to pro-.

BULKX3URING, BARNS tule. No railroad has everb?,!torewcu}Jttwice. vide eyei'-imprpving) freight transportation at tbeI
i CALL US OR COME BV 'TODAY! ,,...# To 6s, the Golden Freight Caris more than a' ,IoWestf>4 potolepticeacherished l rpcai "fo .boVi; !

trophy./ It is pubtoacknowledgment') i 8hlpp:: 'and consumers. 4

SUWANNEE VALLEY* .'-1 i : II,." *l :lr\allhe\ people of the South Jbenefitmg! daily ';;' : :' .'.'! I '!'j ,j,

] fromsouthern'sconstanteffortstoyrovldebetter/ )u.\erJl .:, : : I i f

TRACTOR COMPANY and lower-priced transportation?It will be a cone, ;, '" :"(\ .. '*,' ;K.,** .

:. Jasper Phone 7926551 \ .better stant reminder Job. to us.that.we must do an'eyjgfc1' < ;,n'a1rWay' ,SVStCatl* : **> I

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