The Jasper news
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 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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
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Harrell:Reid: 'Signs Up For U. Of'Fla.' .j I In and Around City Hall City Closes At I Mayor Courtoy Signs

ScholarshipPictured For
I t The purpose of this column !is to The.income frcm the Utility tax Noon Dec. 24
II I I keep the citizens of Jasper informed |its pledged to repay the bond issue .

.developments, in the ,city. [ .In.the.,construction of the,. Christmas':Holiday: Safety Proclamation< yT
;:. Tilts week we will, discuss the mr- I sewage"disposnl plant and addition
Jor sources of revenue used to operate ,i al &e\Wr'lines installed several
the varied services o fthe city years ago. The additional money City Hall will close Thursday i at.
for this bond issue Noon. December 24 far the Christmas
Our major source of income dun !required pay
from the sewer service chat-: Holidays Will reopen on Men
ing the year is derived from the,comes: December 28.
city's share of the Cigarette tax. ges. day

Approximately $30,000.00 per year I Fines and, forfeitures provide .
+1'r comes to the city treasury from the approximately W.500.00, Licenses The city.trucks will pick 24th up galbage'up and
the <
A sale of cigarettes Inside the city ,land Building :permits, $6,50000 and on Thursday
r $3, ],there will be no further pickup until -
limits of Jasper. Many citizens are Franchise tax approximately
not aware of the part that this Income ,:00000. Other{miscellaneous Income' ;.I Monday the 28th.
is based upon the sale of rigaretts ( amounts to' $7,00000.
within the city limits. We do I This provides approximately ,
not advocate smoking cigarette* butwe 1$127,000,00 annually for the operation Introduce Four New

do call the attention to cigarette I o fthe city which includes the
smokers that the city receives 8 maintenance' and operation o fthe Varieties of TobaccoA
cents cf every pack sold in Jasper. I water and sewer systems. Garbage
When I leave Jasper on a trip I try disposal, police, and fire protect.. regional testing program +'
1.N to purchase enough smokes to last ion and all Other services. In the M up nearly two years ago to a
This after Christmas I will detail flue-cured tobacco A t..
the duration o fthe trip. puts issue help Improve
money in Jasper rather than -some the expenditures for each phase of quality Vas 'yielded its first

other city. the, city's operation. resells.
above are local: officiate watching Harrell Reid, sen of Mr. The next highest; source la' the This week lwe welcome to our Four new tobaccos have mttthe
.end: Mrs Harry T. Reid, signing papers which give him a 4-year football receipts from the water system city: Mr.f and Mrs. Steve Waumatt standards set forth in the
"scholarship at the Uhiversty of Florida: Left to right, back row. are which provided approximately $27 and Mr. and Mrs. George Cochran. program and are expected to
Principal M L .Powell Coach Bethea. Coach Coe; front row: Coach 000) .00 per year. Ad valorem taxes Steve and George both are employed be offered for farmer plantingIn r Because 'many accidents take place In 'the' holiday season and
Fuller of U. of :Fla., Harrell Reid, and Jasper Coach Brewer Real Estate and Personal Property ] in the construction o fthe 1965. They are Va., 115. we.seem to have'more than our share here in Hamilton County because
taxes provide approximately $18 Phosphate Plant and we are proud Selght G-36, Coker 290. and o fthe ,major highways passing! thru, Mayor Courtoy has
Coach Fuller of U. of Florida Supt. Harry T. Reid and Mrs Reid. 00000 The sewer service charges to have them in our community. NC 2328.. Issued the fallowing ,- .
December 12 to Harrell Reid Harry T. Reid Jr.,
came Saturday provide '$11,000.00. The Utility tax WHAT ABOUT A WELCOMING varieties become
sign Harrel In. This scholarship Pro. M. L. Powell and Dr. Fred COMMITTEE There
,provides $11,000.00 per year. the first tobaccos to make it '
carries with it a 4 year tuition
'.all expenses paid in return Har Harrel finishes Jasper High in through the Minimum Standards

eel playstootbcillmakew' good June 1965. He has been a B average I Letter To Santa Claus Program agreed tobacco to by breeders public '. '''CiTY OF JASPER
,grades and behaves himself. The' student during his high school and private
winter of 1963,
last two, his mother said, "We years has played football the In
I ,Brother) M.U- ;' THE
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expected him to do that anyway". four years He plays tackle and Dear Santa Cam ing: when 'wt're happy-and that Jo I v
Celebrating the occasion which guard on the Jasper team. At U. of I am older than I wan when 1 I counts or something. It must be a t taut agronomist, Florida Agricultural ,JASPER, FLORIDA
both the and I I Fla. he will play Freshman Var- I Extension Service
honored University
used to write regularly\ to you. but I serious book About fun, one that will The calls for a set
Harrel. there was a luncheon at sity. still little. I realize that in work on Insldes and show on program
'Bruton Manning's Restaurant. Harrel is an active member of the am much outside my.; of quality standards 'for evaluating WHEREAS, ,The City of Jasper In conjunction with the State of Florida -
Those attending were Coach Fuller First Baptist Church. many ways. And I'll not say I my' 1 '' new tobacco and a two- the Florida Federation of Women's) Clubs and the National Safety
of Gainesville, Coach and Mrs. His friends are proud of this recognition about how good I am ,for they 1.; If you want to bring me anything year leering program to Insure Council ,1s tirglhd the citizens: and visitors to our City and our Stateto
.say you always )know the truth alive,-let me see: I don't.want acatj'm
'that tM standards are met observe a safo and enjoyable Christmas Season and
Bill .Brewer, Coach and Mrs. Jim that has come to him and know that
about folks. I
just you too fnuch like that at times .
Brothers said.
Coe Coach and Mrs. Harold Bethea to his school. I the ft the bad 'WIIEJ\EAS. 'December death tolls amounted
will give to good one : myself. Make it a Parrot. To re Com- to 9,500 in the Country
ones alke. But the good ones enjoy peat to me the' things I say so I Th$ Variety Aldvlso-ry\ in 1953,,500 more than the 1962 totals and 1100 more than the monthly
Minutes of and fire hydrants to the old Maxwell I I what you give( more than the bad can hear hovfr they sound and check mltt, ., which' administers theteatinc'pl'o&l'am average land'WIILRtAS
t Mill property in the event arindustry ones do, I didn't enjoy some ot the speech. 'But have him trained has not recommended
i my \h'at.a farmer plant or i. The death ton for December are caused in general by
Meeting locating
Monthly should be Interested in gifts you 'gave me last 'year as not to talk Irk company, "
of Ceo -.art.U. the extended ChrlstrhAs and New Years
hot plant any holiday with
season many
Council on same. made |much.as.1-.h t41ba.*,tbUt ztsna I I\ Then, 'p1e.ae.'I' want a .J.Urror., mentioned. The committee has, people traveling the highways to be with their loved ones, and ,
City .1 A motion was by Mayor. it wasn't the fault of the gifts. They One that win let me see myself Jus said that tM varieties bars met"Zba
;. L" ....loo :Cfmtoy with a second by Councilmsar'Dadge''tb were, nice gifts.Now"Santa :i las others Mme. It wits make thelI standards ,setup under.the, WHEREAS, b-e its''s'for- death on the highways are ex-
CITY.OOUNctt."ME'rn: jsjur osted
I love for toe sosmuch more wonder l, program* Farmers' 'inlaid ,eon. apae tleitlpMii drirlhr thsnT> speed .t
JASPER FLORIDADecember monthly bills. you,bring me this Christmas, but I ful. But with it and the parrot, rcJ( alder Wee new "virl t .tl.. alonewith limits. ,'bad weather, and by dHUUner whtsViMvtaK,.,.r > 4k u
.... 7.61 to know .
Valdosta Blue Print Co. like
7. 1964 thought you might Fun Book or JI .
;have to have the
,varieties already Available. NOW THfe/lMCWtt, J, C E CbttfWttffvHtan at flsermtJtarftyvetted
General, Office Equipment what I wanted most of alL So here's ,
The City Council,of Jasper }10. Co.- 1.M my list.Nrst. {I'couUsn't .stand it.,9o don't' forget CrtatMn *f the '.Mirilmhta in 'me as Mayor .of the, Qtyi'}+bf Jseplil.;:O, tssreCy' aD'_ *
'rida met In regular session, Monday I 1 the book. Standards Program T has .b ea .
; Mulligan Office Mach. Co. .. 1.50: "" "I want a flash-light BATE AND KHJorlisLB1Honour BXAMON -'uu
evening, December 7, 1964. at Lanier Systems Corp. ,..... '1687 have been traveling in the dark I I And now, about Clothes. I'm Ir hailed as a major step fot-Wwtl 1
7:30: 'pv m. In the City'Hall o fthe Kayo's Drug Store ........... 1.62 good deal of the time this year. I ,i need of so many new ones. My garments in assuring acceptable quality in 'Jasper and the'State bf Florida; and appeal to'mn of our'people' 'to
City of Jasper with the following North Fla. Telephone Co .... 84.87 hear you'have a light that make of Pride are Just too showy for Suture leaf .varti{ .... Join whole heartedly in this effort for treater .-! ty. Safety not only

present Burroughs Corp ............ 57.40F. the path of duty plain and even 'for comfort. They" make people look The program .fe expected to driving but also in walking,'boatng, hunting. and all activities that
Councilman Wade B. Norris, B. Harrell ........... ... moo shows up the real nature of the object at me .and then I'm not quite sure. boost U. S. tobacco intba export mfiJW a Gala Holiday Season.. Let this be a happy holiday season
.Chairman; Mayor C. E. Courtoy; I\V.'G. D. Q* Co, Inc. .... f.ll / along' the'way, And If It will what they're thinking. I was looking market and is 0 expected to reduce and] not one of sorrow caused: by tragedy.IN .

Councilmen John Dedge, James L'I Jerry Smith Gulf Station .... 4.75 go further and reveal the true I just the other days at my once some of the controversy WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereto
Dunaway and Tom Owens; Scalf's Standard Station .... 14.00 worth of the people I meet along I handsome Robe of self reghtesousness. that new tobacco varieties hart set hand and cause the Seal of Jasper
Attorney F. B. Harrell; City Manager -I; Duro.- Test Corp ............ 48.01 the way, I think it would save me I And do you know it looked met in th. past. to be my affixed, this 14th day of December,
Robert II Fisk: FIrechief and Jasper Laundry and Clean. .. 38.80 from many a fall, and hasten me more like filthy rags than anything The program deals with only 5W i > A. D. 1964. .
Building Inspector W. R. DaD; El- Jax. Uniform ............ 294.10 on my) journey. I I else. I want a robe that will coverall new tobacco: coming on the J. C E. COURTOY, MAYOR, CITY OF
wood Wethertngton, Raymond Charlie Levin ....... ........ 1.96 Then there are books. I am ask my imperfections, conceal. all market, however and does not .*,' i : .';*1JASPER., FLORIDA.
.Camp and Jim Black. Motorola ........ .....,.... 21.00 Ing for only two. I want a Memory my deformities and make me feel attempt. to evaluate varieties ATTEST Lillian Bembry, City Clerk
Chairman Norris called the meeting Hill Manufacturing Co. .... 25,00 Book. The year 1s almost gone and I at ease in the presence ofthe best already available.

to order asking Attorney liar. Orkin ............ ... ........ 8.00 it held for me many things too goodto I I I may not need Golden Slippers for Brothers said that the four
reD to open with prayer. King Hardware Co. r....... 33.83 be forgotten. When I get blue I I another year or two but it would varieties which met the: stand 'best over all l decorations l tor the
minutes of the previous meetIng Johnsons .................... 358 I could read In it; and when Thanksgiving I!be comforting to know they were ards were the sol survivors Jasper f Garden CtobSponsors commercial white and colored
The were adopted as presented upona Western Auto Store ......... 8:571: comes around again it ready.I from 30 breeding lines placed in sections There will l be a first, sec
motion by! Councilman: Dunaway Paul Smith ........,......... 3.00: would be so easy to make a list,. belive that' about all, except of the test... LightingPfogram ond and honorable mention.
second by Mayor Courtoy. Jasper'Amoco Service ......:61.16 of causes for Thanksgiving. The course plenty of sweets and fruits. Averaged' yields of the new Plan td have your lights turned]
with a carried. Tropical Uniform Rental .... 89.80 other books 1* a Fun book. Some 'I'The fruits of right living, right attitudes varieties ran from about 2,200to ion Monday, December 21 Judges

Motion The Manager presented theJail I Lewis Motor Co. .....i....... 19.15 folks would not understand that, honest endeavor; and thesweets 2,400 pounds per acre. The The Garden Club will sponsor thIshting from out of town will. bey hereto
Agreement,City wherein the County Santflin Auto Parts ......;.,239.74 but you will, Jolly old Santa. I don't of my favored lot in life; my price per'hundredweight varied :program as we have for the judge. If any one out ,of the city
to keep in'custody'and feed Eo'C. BrtM-ne 7eo. ....... ....13.38 get along very well when I lose my county, my home my friends, my from about $58 to '62. with the 1 sat few years. So plan to enter it. I limits wishes to' enter;, cart Mrs.
agrees the CIty 'prisioners in County Jail Air Products Chemicals .. 8.65 sense of humor. I get touchy and work and my faith. With all be these able dollar value per acre varying iVe are judging this year on the Lois Curry or Mrs. Walter Havener1
until the City can construct .a new Davis'Meter and StrQply' grouchy. Some things you know ['ti havei -and 1 ought to from about' 1,800 to 1,400.
.. ..... ., 445.04 off long before they rub off. to make othters have a MERRY ttIrr
,Jail ot repatethe'preaeht: feUtHittes, Co. Inc .10. laugh An evening at the rodeo duelIng "\" '
.:.. ..... 953.44 And know we're all better look .CHRISTMASJ. w
ManvlHe .
,A motion was, made"by Councilman Johns you ... the International Live Stock !
Dunaway,.seconded by Councilman Orange State Pipe and Supply Exposition and another of dancing
Dodge1 that the City accept termsof Co. ... ................ ... 47209 at the Aragon Ballroom were ,1
said agreement and authorizedthe Whitehead Hardware Co. .... 32.95 R. Tuten Gets Armed two bright sidelights of an exciting ...." 4t .
Mayor, City Manager and City National Chemsearch ...... 40.03 trip for Florida teen"agers -t :
Clerk ,to 'execute said agreement The'J. O. Burch Co ...r..r. 2942 to the 43rd National 4-H Club '
fo- rand !In behalf of the City of Union Electric Supply Co. ;'.. 27JS4 Reserve ''Medal t Congress held recently at the r ,
Jasper. Motion carted. Valdosta Armature Works ..4760 Forces Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago

I..... F.1wmd' Wetherintfon appeared Marbut Co. ......... ......... 1888 I Four yosng H'efs_ won leek Mal.eb..t Drl*. MU.; .Ellis'
before- the Council to discuss Florida Power Corp. ........ 736.7, I In a ceremony at the US Army In Madison Sgt. Agner has a longdiatngulshe'd 'expense-paid trips to u>. convgreas MiamrtHCUib.. .,
record of service with winners in their hlblt his animals. The Moorman
fthe city extending There being no further businessthe Reserve Center in Madison last \ as I
the o
possibility l I :His other club
forces. A fifth boy shared Mfg. Co. donated his trip. '
linesto Lt. Colonel George: W. Flager I the Reserve club project: .
the water' and sewer meeting adjourned. night also hai railed nine activities In. ;:
Reserve Med Lamb ..
Armed Forces state honors.
his property north .of Jasper, on Chairman Wade B. Norris presentt! dthe' Anrnft Forces Reserve The top Brenda (steers and eight cows! and has elude the' home :
Jimmie R. ails awarded for 10 years or moreo Trip winners include: ,
U. S. 41. ATEST: Lillian L. Bembry' City Medal to Captain Officer of fcontinued efficient, faithful and Lambert 10, and David Lamb, cultivated fix acres of corn in grounds lm
After thorough discussion and Clerk. jTuten ,the Commanding I Hit Mr provement gar ,
;a honorable service in the Armed 10 both of Cantonment; Jamie 4-H programs. parents.
land CM'Mr'J. CITY OF' JASPER. FLORIDA Company C..5th Battalion & Lamb are club denlnf and flower ,
considering1adjacent: FeniacoU and Travis and Mrs. .C.
and Forces of the United State Ellis 17, ;,
O. Riddle's. request at ,the November FINANCJA,4REPORT, ;Armor Madison, Dykes, 10, Mariaaruu Larry Roff leaders. gt'owiarprojr j.
meeting the matter,was tabled! FOR NOVEMBER. ter Sergeant Carradlne,Agner Ma'.1: 18 South Miami was presented Miss Ellis on* of Florida's ects. Roff, a stu-
until Monday December, 1964; GENERAL FUNDD unit First Sergeant. Church of God with a handsome certificate recognizing leadership winners; has participated denVat Bel *.* r
at 7:30 p. m. in the City Hall whena Cash Available, '1.19641P. Colonel Flager; who is tV Com his leadership in 4-H. in 204, projects in theleadership haven. College Mrs.
special called' meeting will, be 1 f ................. $568.71 mander of Tallahassee Subsector Christmas( Mist Lambert food preservation program The Sears- is the son of Mr, and Norman -

_, (Command, cited the auembled I winner has canned more Roebuck Foundation awardedher Roff.: .d ... ,_; #
,held.A ...... $11,89132 C for their excellent "Dec. 20A of duroc.iX a trip to the congress.: Dykes: bas cultivate u acresot ,
motion was made by 1964 Taxes ...... ,[troops of Company i Program I than 2.000 jars produce a two acres of soy beans
man Owens with second Councl"l Discounts .................. 356.40 record of Reserve participation yean of project work. Three terms as president of corn tractor projects
oilman Dedge that Mercury Vaporlights I Net Taxes ............. $11.53402 and high unit strength in program o fChrtstmas Carols I She also has frozen more than her club and two yean u vice and completed in six Jeu'proJectwork.two ;
be installed en 3rd Street. N. Delinquent Taxes ft: Int .... 149 both attendance and in training. I and Scripture readings will be presented 1.500 packages of meat and produce president included and in county Miss Ellis delegateare 4-H State winner in the field crops

W Motion carried. Cigarette Tax .. .......... 2,470.46IJcenae. Captain Tuten one' of the award | at the church at 7.00 p. m.. 1 given demonstrations and activities. She also has servedas program _be estimates,. :crops
Motion by Councilman Dunaway ............... ... 233.OC recipients, resides at Route 2 Box Sunday. Deecemter 20. The publloIs I II. shown at local and county canning 1 assistant leader at 4-H camp earnings at $1.893.
Councilman Permits .......... cordially Invited to attend this exhibits. its
with a second by Building 34.25 50,-Jasper, Florida. He hi a veteranof to Miss Lambert and has received'the Florida As 4-irer Dyke layr/hei
Owens,tha t the 1964 personal prop Fines ....................... 405lw 23 combined'years of, active and program. I According of Mr. and Mrs. Key Award and the Lander learned,how to select and prepare
erty tax of John Dedge be reduced Major Fee's ............. 25.(X I Army Reserve service; and served We would like to extend best the daughter Lambert "home canning Bell Award. land studt0w*to determine
,92000. Motion carried. Garbage .................... 2850' as a company: commander with the Christian greetings to those who Louis of the most satisfying and A student at Pensacola Junior the amount. of teed 'and .ferUlizer -'' ,
After a discussion on driven Weed Cutting ....... .. ..... 8dX( I 41st Armcred Infantry in campaigns1 patronized our dinners, doughnuts is economical one methods of preservIng College, the says she has learned necessary to-produce
parking on the wrong side o fthe Withholding Tax ......... ...2'16.00 I in Northern France .the Ar- etc., this year,', and to those who food." Her Chicago host was many skills and developed'Ae1f good,crop Ha, also. has;'gainedselfconfident
city streets the pdlice officers have Social Security ......... ... 135.12 I dennes. Rhine'land. and Central have helped In out' building program the: Kerr Glass Manufacturing confidence: 4-U'work. 'Her *from demonstrations
.been Instructed to work toward Insurance ............... ... 90tt I Europe during World War II. In so many different ways Corporation. parents are Mr.and Mrs A.Cary ;and exhibits.
.eliminating' this problem Special Miscellaneous\ .............. 4S attention to be given to rong'park, Total Receipts .......... $15,288.9C I other award recipient Is a nativeof May the Lord bless each one anda swine program, has raised 89 ROE; also a leadership winner. James Dykes,-was'the guest of
Ing in front cf the U. S. Post Office. Madison-and resides at Route 2. very men)'. Christmas and a:I head .In six year of project has supervised. boys durlnjUo :I Arcadian'1 ProductDepartment..
New Year to all will be learned of project work. lie 1 Allied Cherdteal'CorporaUon,
Raymond Camp appeared be- Madison Florida Besides present prosperous work.' In 4-H he hat/ year ,
[tforf r.r.Mr! ,the Ccuncil to discuss water (Continned on Page 2)) service as First Sergeant of his unitI our prayer!: ffmojI" how to feed care lot 'and n.I .. also helped organize the South l during Ida congress trip.

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a 'INn'rTnrccmcbTfl1 ,oitM'TfltJ1D.Jt7pWIAJi)1CVI NINH1ANuAJtY' 'I96d.Ti; :; .'JQot1o' '1O-"IbP} ': { : : aYhhl f .l'\\\It.t\\ May,this be. lt'.w9.q.f1J.J..Ch(1.t.; I Florida h
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IN ANn FO UAMILTON"'f JUNCRBTB/PIPB: tu. p'T: 'tr'l2Jnc TUB HARRIOTT''' m. We will hve'r"The Bl6fe'1 I frIes for &qf| t'W'.IHf9Pe'! in 'Jasper (: ::......
COUNTY. STATE OP I I JIraw: .I"' "I ',fl1ISt'-: .OF. t.tte.: .. ss Story",""with beautiful and commw .ty. Ore that. will fin;?' ; : !;,. Subkri tkmt'Strictly in"Advance ;
NOTICE OF APPliCATION 16-inch plain ."msr\ h >. CATHERINE: .... .hymns 'in between the us first putting CMstjntp our :$ .00 in' Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of Contjt
FOR TAX DEED i iNotlce.l. i"I .JSrlndi plain ,'II 5.55p5gy5 ., Will.. .. We invite'you to come Christmas then as Christians. enJoying $1.00 Minimum .'
Jr MvOALLl M Card of Thank . . .
1 that JIM join in as God for His
hereby given I :34r1neb. LTTOERWOOD. the! holder of the I CORRUGATED METAlrPIPE n.ORGfJ ... -.; son.Jesus' Christ. enjoyment God expected us to Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
following certificates has filed said I Coated( ) LOUS BtCKI. e>t W M. U. hell( Its week cf enjoy. Not living riotious lives nor 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editor. and Publishers
certificates fur a tax deed to be ... program last week. It was '
Arches; 48-Inch Arch pipe per foot NOTICE reveling but remembering it Is' ----t---
issued th reon. The certificate' 3 -lnch arch pipe per foot TUB STATE W attended. A wonderful pro- Christ' birthday1 we are celebrating.
numbers and years of issuance the 13-inch round. pipe per'foot. TO Amelia: Oeorg-e: Drew.F If. i I :: on missions was rendered.] May He give each of us strength & NewsBy annual Chrstmas dinner at the
description of the property and the LUMBER-Plain and Cteosoted dead, their which the Mission Christmas health to. enjoy His blessings, end Jennings school lunchroom on Thursday eve

names )n which it was tssessed .4)00,T- 16 to 20 ft- long vliee*. craateee, : : I was given. I let us not forget those who may rot ning. Everyone had a wonderful
sons claiming Walter
/ Mrs. Havener
are as follows: 2x61to16f.t.longI dir' tbem1AMa1. ; Christmas party for the be as,fortunate us. See that they time:
I Certificate< % No. 10. I Buckl If / wu held, December 17. All have the necessities to enjoy akispTct1tmaa.h.4s
I 8x8 12't io 16 ft; longRegular hie ton Dr. and Mrs. Logan Jennings and Have you written! l'OlU"letter to
... .# .tYea,.41, e:7: tr'J .:m w'dead.e.. raateea. gajesnd: hthJb, dand fellowship.. a-de-1; : mor"vJ" |eSjed ,daughter, .Jenlfejf romfOayto**1 hf.. fttI 1iln't 't P ld

Description of PcpcrtyNWiof gas pet KHon tank wagon dir.on*them claiming, and by *went'meal "served". There is no ta: give than to receive. Beach spent the week end with Mr.
;, SE% except 6 acres- on.E side delivered z1ce. ing any eetate. and Mrs. J. V. McCalL malt it.Many.
for Christmas to all,
A except 6 acres on W ride & except 1 r. D. Diesel'b\l\ gallon terest In or Hen Christian fellowship Happy ) of our younger set will be
2% acres for school & sw% II. D Truck oil per per gallon part property thereof.. II love and service to Christ and Pf If Mabe to Please put December 22 on'your home for the Christmas season.

of f SEV4 except 6 acres on E, Sec. You are heiebr dale book ,- Congressman Fuqua
t $5 pound cans --- ;
: Tractor great? per\ Jim Nunn went to
: Mr and Mrs.
been filed ..
tb. will be the of the Jennings
4Twp.2Nfl.angellE.59% acres' Transmission6ren $ 140 wt. per Itn, the above ; guest ; Jacksonville last weekend and
1f Certificate 'Jo. 34. : 30 gallon I are required to file I Community, at the school lunchroom i
Id.f.ns. to the Children'and Christmas is brought back :Mrs. Nunn's sister
/. Year of Issuance 1962 CJ"t. transmission 33 A covered dish supper
,grease.. Clerk of. thl*' Miss Doris Adams who will stay
Description, of Property: NWU pound can. I copy thereof upon planned so bring a dish and. come I .
'. ey, whose name & the crowd.METHODIST. with them awhile
of NEU Sec. 9, Txvp. 2N. Range FUEL FOR COURTHOUSE Hnrrell. P. O Box join
HE. 40 acres. I t: 'RJmDING 1 '/ Ida, on or before DEMONSTRATION NEWS GROUP HAVE I Please remember the Senior Supper

Name in which assessed: BV.. BUTANE GAS January what .:.,UU lOSt, CHRISTMAS SUPPER and Talent Show on Saturday

Deese &: Wife and Maynard V'I Per gallon price delivered to the In cribed or lien propertr upon, : f I ) say that the first 5 to become: familiar with the beautiful .' The Autrey Camp down near I night at the high school auditorium.

KahlAll Hamilton County Jail. The 8K"4 of of a child's life are his most Christmas Carols. Sins with himas Jennings Bluff was the scene of Supper begins at 5::00. Sho wbe-
of said property being in the The Board ,cf County! Commissioners .I 8BK of Lot> o 3ears. Since this is true you g:> about your daily work. this wonderful supper and Christ' sins at 7:30.
County of Hamilton- State of Flor reserves the right to reject Ka at. and should' give special considerat- Listen to records with hint and talk .
ida. i any or all blds, i r coorS or .to helping our preschool child- abut the meaning o>'fthe -song If I mas party on Wednesday night. : Janet Alderman is back In school.
Unless such certificate or certificates Boar4'.pt p/unty ommlss I("onfrnto If roil fall will to be do. learn the real meaning of Chr- possible let him go Christinas' Car. There was wonderful fcod and a We are very happy to have her in
time by
general good was
shall be redeemed accordingto loners Hamilton County for th. relief The following are some sug olJng. ,. class,. so says the Fourth Grade.
alL Rev. Charles Rogers is
\ pastorof
described in plaint. This suit I ,
law the property I
will Florida of removing all ; JI. Ihfli absorbe the idea the Jennings. Church. I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Adams and
such certificate or certificates p your
by J. R. Miller] Clerk. title to the said
family Alter themes be it's pit.whauyou.give ... but that I daughter ,Athena Kay visited the
be sold to the highest bidder at the establishing your TilE DeVANES ENTERTAIN AT I
Dec. lt-J ..._._ '
Ills the simS In tO CoIUs Adams' :over the weekend.
cf around Christmas. Read ..This be done
court house door at 11 00 O'clock a. WITNESS my I you give can partly : A CHRISTMAS COFFEE
m. on the first Monday In the monthof : PLORIDA'l lal neal of this Christmas story fro mthe Bible by giving him an'opportunity to Principal: and Mrs. J. W. DeVane I[ Remember the real meaning' of
January 196. which Is !yie 4th 11 net piyrm FOR >.th day CLERK of the ,second) chapter of Luke. make sqnethlng to. give someone. entertained at a coffee for the faculty Christmas Share with others: .
day of January 1965. ADOPTION CLTOH. HlXRLti.orBILLY a ..I.! .* 'I COURT by \ verses for reading might be, possibly a shut-in..He might help on Tuesday afternoon. I .
2nd of December CMU.1. (SEAL is more blessed to give than to you make Christmas Cookies or
Dated this day Negr* Mal><
11, S*. !
"eo. II The refreshment table
I TO. NELLIH'MAB flIOMA8t whoi ," Acts 20:35: ; "God loved Candy Christmas Cards etc.. If was very
1964. Dish
rettdtnc and addr... I I. SIT LittistonAv.nus attractive with a Christmas table Covered
J. R. Miner. Clerk of the Ntwtrlc Nsw 3Tt j IK TUB ( ; and sent His Son," I John 4:10: ; possible these gifts should be delivered cloth it.
Circuit Court. Hamilton Ton an h.r.by notified thkt apetition COUNTT was hem in Bethlehem In person. Explain to your on They coffee
for doptlof)' of your minor COUNTY. addition read ted velvet and pound 'Jke- nuts Supper To Honor
2:1. In
Florida : ha
County oiv BILLY CLYDE! MIZELL child that the best gift at Christmastime
Dee- 4, 11, 18, 25. b.*n f ll.d against ymi by Cab. COLLIER IV HK! .! % child Bible stories about Chr- is Chrst and EiV'e.him'an opportunity and mints. .
S. I LIER., and JR. you and .hI r. Wits required, RtBY to .COL."* TO PAt'L ALL KlVn" and then perhaps let him to give a love gift to misilcn Theywere assisted in serving by Don Fuqua .
NOTICE a copy of your *n.*rr on pleading RONS lAVING the story li> his own words. causes. He' might do some Mrs. Addle McCall and, Miss Barbara
to the petition ter adoption on peUtloner'e the covered-dish
Dcn't forget
Notice is hereby given, that the Attorney. R. B Cowart. DEMANDS child opportunity simple chores for the money or if Pearman. Everyone enjoy.
IBoz ESTATE! your .an honoring Don: Fuqua at the
14 Madison
ed this supper
whose address
of lovely party. ,
Board of County Commissioners _You and each he has an allowance encourage '
.ortirlnal an*-
Florida, and flle *>
Hamilton County Florida will re- wer or pUadln I **!* the,oftlce of the claims notified and and him to have from this for his gift The Fourth Grade will presentthe Jennings lunchroom: December 22
December Clark ol the Circuit Court In and The of the and not the at 7 p. m. Immediately followingthe
bids Thursday of spirit giver
celve on for Hamilton Countj. Florida on or Ither you. roar" Christmas program at the high
31. 1964 at 10:0Oa.m..tor,: the following before. the S thwda>' C December1MI. estate of Paul amount of the gift is the most Important supper Hon. Fuqua will speakto
I If iortall t* d : f Hamilton
the relief demanded tn the Petl- 1:00.: The public is: invited.
Bids for said purpose to be filed Iithe Contes.O'wtlt ,be,.entered aralnat you office In the (Continued from rae 1) ; concerning problems of interest.
County at Jasper, in the hme should !
office of the Ckrk uf Circuit tlon.I calendar months Cash Available .... $15,857.61 The Primitive Baptists had their
1 l Tb. Jasper New I. hereby deals'nated the first center around the real meaning of I
Court. Hamilton County Florida. .a. the new. *ptr In which said Two copies of : Christmas: the Nativity Scene Star I
on or before Thursday', December wek Order for shall four be(4)published comecuUre once week a shall b. In and Council .......... 18.00 of Bethlehem the Wise Men and so
31, 1964. at 10:00: a.m. I i WITNESS my hand and oKlcU.ealtBli ., he address plac..nt of the an dOfflce .... 600.00 forth rather than Santa Claus. You j
EFFECTIVE DATE OF BIDS' itth dar of November A. D. worn to by the c an dTaxatlon ...... 561.92 will want the traditional Christmas Game & Fish Commission Warns
l>* .
ACCEPTED WILL BE FOR A J. R. Miller. Clerk. .! ef Bald or filing attorney fee of and .....u........ ........ 50.00I I tree as a part of your,decoration. .
PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS BEGIN''CLASSIFIED'. Circuit Court. rla.lm or demand I .......,.u..... 1,517.3:I Make the decorating of it a real
,- be.void.Arthur Relations i.........._ 100.0C I II family afalr. Be sure to give your Against taking Protected Game J i
; of ce Department'.1.318.3' !|I pre-schcol child a specific task so
..;... .. 636.7''I'
; Department i < he wIll feel much a part of the -
It First publication very
I ADS ( .... 750 I I' Hunters received reminder and vulture
V e. II, 1$, IS, Inspector .n 01' occasion;
PUBLIC WORKS; from A. D. Aldrich. director of the The list of protected animals that
::>I Make a special event of observing Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
f APARTMENT I' JTORSAIJB: water.'i BuildIngs109.4 may not be taken at any time InclUdes -
TWO FURNISHED ......... 1,707.04 the stars and tell the story of "the mission .that while the season is
Call 792.3771 or ,793-6791., ,ftc 1 1 /Slneer' junazingly new ZIg-Zag Boy Department I doe and fawn deer, Key deer
if jMakes buttonholes sews on buttons .................. 213.9! Star, of Bethlehem" Matt. 2:1: -11. open on most game birds and animals 1 cub bear, panther. Evergladesmink .
:FOR BALE j monograms and srpliquesr No gimmicks. Mile:Hike Department ...... 576.10 This would be a good time too to other birds and animals are and Florida weasel. Beaver

> ,Electric stove ,and I refrigerator .' Only, 9995.. Singer Sewing Welfare .....;....i... SOW teach, other verses about the gloriesof protected and may not be killed of I[mink'aft! otter may be taken, only
910 each Good working condition. center. :' ioa,S..Patterson. Valdosta Scouts will Certificate Refund.... 2UC: God and His Earth such .as,. molested under any circumstance I I during the trapping season Dec.1
t: Call 938-2208., 1TP 1 Local representative i H., L. Me- at ,3:30. today Disbursements .... 7,59499 Psalms 17:1. "The heavens.declare V' To be on the safe side hunter to March 1. Doe deer may be taken
,Gauley., accross from Post Office. 5 mIles cf the ) Cash Available November 30, the glory of God; and the firmament should: shoot only game birds, as ;i under special regulations dining
MOBILEHOME FOR .SALE IN Free -delivery ITC the Woodpecker: 1964 .................8262.63 showeth his handiwork." Psalms -most other birds are protected. The regulated managed hunts or specified
JASPER hen hike to the SYSTEM REVENUE 24, "The earth 1 sthe Lord's protected list includes all hawks wildlife management areas.

In use three weeks. brandneW.I' ALMEFor own supper ; and the fullness thereof; the world owls, song birds insectivorous I I I Protected reptiles that may not
2 baths 2 bedrooms. $750 down. See 'all -our'Awn. needs. Your and 'return to Available, November 1, and they that dwell therein." Psalm birds, wading birds .shore birds be taken at any time are alligators
W. U Bryan 792-4351. or Robert : l local representative-. Glenn I nvrnlng. Scouts 1964 e................... 8,785.39 113. "The Lord Is high above Rosa goose, snow goose swan and I I crocodiles and black caimans.

Ehlert, 792-6331. registered, real 'e*. ,'1-. ',Ph. 792.6l1. U25C ranted by RECEIPTS I all nations and His glory above the eagle These birds are protected Aldrich said anyone killing pro
tate brokers. Tfo IPrld. -'..- and Service ............ $2,379.25 Heavens/' Psalms ml: -2. "I will I I by roth the State and U.,S., Fish and I I tected wildlife is subject to arrest
SALE .... ....... from
/ l'O o, Jim'Dunaway. Service 1,37525 lift up my eyes* unto the hills [Wildlife Service. Unprotected birds and prosecution ,and extreme caution
Christmas Tree For'!Sale .- Coma 'L,taittt st4 black wlggler Deposits .............. 90.00 whence cometh my help, My help are crow, starling. English'sparrow I should be used while hunting
early while the selection Is good. at Eva Sapp'.:?" "Ph. 792-3971 ... >.............. 21.30 cometh from the Lord who made ,

Alapha Motel. Phone 7922700. tIc,1tt'w..r., ---'-- '-. ,. .. CHRISTMAS ,Tax: ............. 40.80 heaven and earth" I .
I! I BOATS H Price or make offer Security............. 36.84 i _.
SAVE-SAVE-SAVE! Layaway now fflrf Christmas.SIRMAN'CRAFir AT WHITE .................. 22 50 The atmcsphere of the home at

30-gal glass lined water heaters c WOMAN'S Receipts .........r 3.96594: this your season child) the can true do meaning much to of Chr-give (GAS GAGS ", cM Go
4 South 41
miles Highway
Cash Available .... 12751.32
$174.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $IG. Valdosta.!\, Ga. D25c The Stephen DISBURSEMENTS: istmas. There should be.an atmosphere

93 w.t; 361 lb. Upright Freeezrrs In., .- of White Operations........ 1.252.7S of love cheerfulness and II

i $199.95; 473 lb. Upright Freezers USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR mas Party for Plant ................ 270.62 well-being rather than 'one'of frusv .

:. $239.95: 647-lb. Upright Freezers, Sal..Good/-i.ondItton.? 940 and. be held at the Lines ............ 2091.08 ration, fatigue and confusion,

't, $299.95; 12-ft ,Automatic Defrost 50. 'Manning Radio Repair Jasp urday December .Plant ................ 31.60 Jhe entire family should attend
l Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freeze /phffie 7924421 v a. Christmas Play ; Lines ...................12.13 the special Christmas service at the .
undo rthe it Refund ...... 35.00 church. Prepare your child for this
&. 249.95 w.t. 5joear'warranty., at. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY
Manning's Radio Service call 792-. in Live Oak, Florida for all your Shiver will be I, \ ...... 3693.21 service by explaining to him whywe
and 6th grade i lAvailable., November church this occasion.:
musical needs from:aratana and I I go to on
,. 4421 Jasper. tIc I piano. to records .and_record, play. Is cordially I. 1964.....w............. 9.05811 Tell him what to expect at the ser-
era. ftc I UTttJT YSINKING FUND' I vice. This will make it a more
FARMERS I It I -- Available, November 1. meaningful experience for him-

REPAIRS 1964 ...................... 931.90.
MONEY for your farm opera. We repair al) (type T. V. and RECEIPTS, I LOW PRICE $6.75 NIGHT PHONE

tions at reasonable cost. Terms radio. Also Small appliances. Man Taxes .............. 997.09 .-- .-.-
to. fit your needs. Loans up to nings Radio,Service., ,Jasper. 793- : Cash Available .... 1928.99 LONG TERM .. PER CYLINDER 792-3001
7 years. CaD North Florida Production 4421 ftc Cash Available. November 30, I' 'LOW INTERESl 'i CASH ON DELIVERY

I Oak Credit Tel Assn.362-2588 S. Ohio AveLiv ATHLETES ROW TO FOOT KILL IT 'iiiI .J 1964 :....SINKING...........RESERVE..... 1928.99 LOANS (Office at King Hardware)

I the'* ,
In 3 days If not pleased with str Thru
Deposit November 30,
------- BANK
I.. NOTICE one T-4-L liquid your 4So back at Did you; 1964 .................. 13.00000 FEDERAL LAND HOLLOWAY'S
No-Trespassing, Hunting or fish- any drug store. Watch Infected skin you are carting AND REPLACEMENT l Federal Land BankASSOCIATION
Watch skin
slough] off. healthy replace three
tog on' my property and this general
means everybody Belle Watson..J it. No more itch & burning!I stocky bodies of Time Deposit, Nov mber 30. I

D18p Use|antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot are called '" I 1964 ................;.-.. 6,60000 Live Oak : 362-1525 1
Powder too -fine .for sweaty which Available November I
are 30. C.J HOUUOWAV
POSITIVELY No feet/foot order; stays active In the known as 1964 ...................... 600.00 i I 311\ I South. Ohio Avenue
) hunting on skin for hours. tfOW at WISE'S ectomorphs" I I .
Hickory Bottom Farm. This means ftc ,
gile and tall \'
.. Mrs. Maude Havener. TFC happen to visit I .
Georgia Plate Co. the ,Net rlanrh) To Our Friends and CustomersUnder CONTACTDAVIS

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES .Store Front surprised to '

ETS TALKabout the unbelieve .MJrr"r EnclceMires Keellvered I phone booths < permission of the Banking Department of
tile Investments smalls S Tub ,' Showers sexes. '.
returns on OS W. Savannah Ave. 012-5285 the State Comptrollers Office the Hamilton County

;. wash.$l5OO Let for "Webcn's"25c coin-Operated dlstributoi car' VALDOSTAFOR struction Whatever,you' Bank Jasper. Florida will remain closed Friday December WELL DRILLING CO '.

i I enlighten you about this new fast I in* and laundry 25 and Saturday Decembe!'26, 1964 in observance -

Crowing field. Write P. O. Box 1181 SALEroom house on OM Is none better of Christmas.:
Fensacola Fla. Ph. 433-3085. D17C acre of land at north, edge ..of by JASPER ), -for SALES AND SERVICE on -
]Ir.- Jasper. Contact Rebecca\o Simon ANERS',(n The Bank will also be dosed Friday Januar/I, }1965

'CHRISTMAS TREES For Sale See Jasper in Apt. 506C (project home) you are totally but will be open for business Saturday'January 2. Submersible TurbinesJackpumps-
then Thursday or Saturday.: Robert ltp service where '
Ehlert. D24c --- not Interested 1965 DEEP WELLS DRILLED UP TO-2'4-INCH

., HOME MADE QUILTS-See Airs. for less We To each and every one we extend Season's Greetings r. \

The Jasper News wishes Mrs. Milton at the Jewelry Store, D24c where you are. and best wishes for the coming Holiday season. 24-Hour Service
) M. A. Tyre happy birthday on her THIS '
I '" 83rd birthday. FEMALE HELP WANTED-TYPIST HINT HAMILTON COUNTYBANK Telephone COllect' Valdosta
WORK locally full or part Discolored! :
-:J RENT time. Write 1941. Winston Salem Florida *
f : FOIl can become Jasper,
Seven room unfurnished house NC. Please Include stamped, self small amount of Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Day 242-5084 Night 242-5289

t c: in Jasper./ F. M.: Henderson. call addressed envelope or lOc for reply is added to cold
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, Friday December 1964 THE JASPER NEWS. FLORIDA 1 rACET J 1
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The music was superb. [Chandler Invited the Scrcnaders I Mr::*. Ernest: Chandler and Mrs. Cecil Mr. Naeve and daughter Lcrl are and conversation was lively. 7
@ I (Mr Liven Robinson trains and and the audience to Join hands In I[ Kennedy went to Jacksonville expected to arrive Dec. 24 to spend 1 I S.'
directs these young people Mrs|Ia big circle.: When the music stopd Saturday Dec. 3 to attend the pre Christmas with Lori grandparents Jasper is fortunate in the musIc ":
Robinson is piano-"accompaA1st."Te'bostessef'for'therafternobn'iI the one holding I a little! ;box I tentatlon of Handels, Messiah at the Mr. and Mrs..Frank Hcndcison.Mr j talent of Its young people. I l learned<) I
.. Vai'tiad'be: n pissed quickly from I I CTvIc Auditorium. Ths choirs of M..t d,c ".:'cklo Cook arrived' recently that Becky Lewis gbcs
-.tfgflk rwe: r JfrsjJ. ,T. Bridges..Ttfrs, Ern'1'hhaaci>;b got thi r.\lJ.\ f( ,H :the city churches train indivduaVy: I at the CblfrfcrKkel)at atorday Dtp:I each wee!*!, t, Valdosta: )<* }t'1y.' !
erf>ChanA el'l Mrs* Elmer Des:: PrIze'wlhn rs wer'-.l\fNi. torice I I and come together 3 days before 1 and wilfbi there And alj;ut, jBh<'''vtAe with Mrj Lajrortltottnson,She
Mrs Jules Gibbs and ,Mrs. John. Sandlin, !Mrs' ,Ulma,;llratwcll, l Mn tremend-ous: til after Christmas Mrs: CoolPTS T>i tr sttldledergarv last 'ywrVffh Ml-.
Dodge Blanch Deas,And guest. pianist Mrs II I Jasper girl..She says she loves Teague. Becky Is assistant org nMt
The hall was ; Robinson IfrpntNash'vijl, Jenn.:. ,, at_ the MethodIst.church. '
.)( In Christmas decoration ,Lavon ;: It.e. t I 'I every grain'of sand in!Hamilton ..
l1l: A brilliantly I lighted Christmas The Serenaders were invited to 'I ; Certainly It is that Madge'! Conk Iswell *
"Vks1.H,- ;STMlI,, tree did the honors. the refreshment table while the Great music Is taken IhUPb 1 beloved here. You Can't Hide a Harm*
I I There are no words to discrlbe it. ,, Not easily ..that for and
Young Elaine Bridges gave from club had the business meeting Mrs. Friday she invited a few friendsto sure
"Whatever else Is lost the memory the lovely Christmas J. T. Bridges coffee Woodrow and Jesse Lee Wise were'
among Jan David Joins delegation story poured from alovely U. a luncheon at the Colonial. The
the of Students I Brenda Levin and Margaret Ann silver coffee service. The I[ giving Sue a hoe e for Christmas
yean the Quadrinrrial Methodist I I Alton Henderson WitS here this! large round table seated 12. The
Let us keep Christmas movement. Dec. 26 as they I Sapp teamed up as Rudolph the red table was laid with a red Christ I week for a short visit to his 'table was centered by a large bowl an dthe horse was In the stable.
Its meaning never ends .. head fcf Lincoln Nebraska to the nose Reindeer and did a very clei mas cloth.There was a centerpiece ents Mr. and Mrs Frank of white Camehas and red berried Dec 2, Sue, all unaware, brought
Whatever doubts assail us or what. Conference ver dance to the musiC' of the re- o Christmas themes and trays of,son Alton is the par.j holly Small red candles with a single home two little friends, Karen Hill

ever fears. Jan is one of two who: representthe cord player. I:delicious Christmas. goodie a large construction Cam-rlll\ aid! .h..Hv we ie plac! and Susan McCall, from school.clever ...,
Mrs. Wise had prepared a
Let us hold: close this day remembering I Methodist student movement Mr. Robinson led the audience In I David .California and! was East on1 I here and there on the table. ,I
friends." .I[from. .North Fla. Junior College. the beautiful Christmas Carols. Mrs I Mrs J. T Bridges, Mis, Joe Sam business. I It was a warm friendly meeting | Continued un Pace .>
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cod- Jhc only( C roiwrf' 1 as'I

01\1 Of \- /risEian< Jnanlisalving .. I''I I I Make Lan 's Yours'I" / ::: :?I: ;. I II

i The following i sthe sermon preached nature of loving holiness So He is f \
by Rev. Van Zant at the Union slow to anger. Patience Is among I I t GIR
Thanksgiving Service. It is. published His meat praiseworthy peifections. HfADDUARlfRS I
by request Yes, praise the God who' waits.
GOD TilE ONLY GROUND Of He endures my wrong and yours
CHRISTIAN 'THANKSGIVING ;!And what Is more, lie withholds the !I i ircwIMW
A 20th century poet Mark Van !final consequences of our sin. In .... .
Doren has written a poem' entitled I,I His forbearance He temporarily I "" It )
"Never Another", It reads like this restrains the response of His holiness I I II
Praise Him who makes us happy toward all *10. He holds back I
When not another would; His just wrath and offers His saving

,,' In our so little good. I Do you praise God for His pat
Praise Him who waits all morning ience or do you presume upon It DESIRABLE GIFTS COURTEOUS SERVICE FREE GIFT WRAPPING ALL THIS
All afternoon, all night. instead? There Is a world of diffen- j I
i All until this moment between presumption and
;,.',, Of that year arriving light; I There Is peril in presuming praise I MAKES IT SO EASY TO SHOP AT LANG'S!! I II

,.'-.: Praise Him wh: sends it' dancln as many people do that God's wait-
Praise Him who lets us see, Jing shows Ills indifference toward I
And with it and listen, how live
move they now. They are dangerously
And sing, soberly in error. Their lives are pre I Dress up Dad in a new !
." :4 ; Praise Him who when we loose it I dieted upon Satan's He that sin A Must.fo.r Mother
K.' And twilight thickens round, I' that disobedience toward God SUITOR COAT
Remembers where we slumber, ''has, no deadly result. And since! 1\\ gIRT i
And marks this nether ground; 'God has suspended the ultimate by ,'
,; And waits upon our walking ''result, so that 'It is not immediateupon
.. As never another would; the sinning that lie is very Big Sister or Sweetheart All Wool? Regulars and Longs II
'r,' Praise Him who is the reason, plausible. But it Is still a lie God I fJ I
\ f' Praise Him, the only good. !Swatting His forbearance should' Suits. $3 .95 up Sport Coats $24.95

.: When it comes to interpreting poetry ..be.reckoned as "hard evidence" oil f1i "Mr. Leggs" SLAX $6.95 to $12.95
ancient or modern I must His "tender mercy". ,I. ... ;
admit such limitations that i i 1 LAMPL -
; Ihardly The presumptive keep God waiting -
4" qualify' as a reader let alone a crt I| by their stubborn ,Impenitence. I'I FOR JUNIOR GIVE
tic. But I can safely say this poem They take His kindness for granted I t I
:. speaks to me and I hope it speaks kindness that is meant to turn them a iv
\i M to )'OU. If it does, its purpose will back to the God'of grace. The penitent Sweaters and SkirtsDyed SPORT-CONI'S-. $5.95 to $8.95 ,i
J be well served. As the editor of the' do not presume upon "the ri- II
'anthology in which" I found it asserts I I''ches of His kindness and forbear. SLAX $3.95 to $6.95 -i,
"Poetry at its best is not didactic .,ance and patience." Instead, they
; where it really communicates take advantage of the Divine! delayin i1 to JACKETS ,$3.95 to $9.95
It stirs within the reader an repentance and faith. They praise '
inward response ,a music of mean. ,God, knowing that,He does not wish Wools, Orlons and Blends SHIRTS $1.98:' to $2.98 I'
Ing, similar to that which set the 'any to ArisH for ,sin; they count
poet singing.. His for&wlrance'as salvation, I I. *., \.i :$ to SWEATERS $2.98 to $5.98 '
I hope that I am not: mistaken about as opportunity for every sinner to Q .7.98 $12.95 .
the reality to which the authorof receive the riches,of God grace.
:;:.: .: 5H0 ,$3.95 to $12.95
this lyric responded/'And I also Yes. praise the God who waits 1 '
hope my present use cf this verse for He waits for you He waits I _0' .. .... ...... : ,, .t.J. t ,! \ 16 _..4 .... .r-:" ." .'. .
Because I believe that he intendd for that moment of your turning to 't., '., J : ;
his rime to serve the cause cf true .Him for that bright day in I- 't ,;lilt "Hse: a ,
religion and I think it will i peraonaV'ldstory: 'when you your I FOR SISTER ". ..". .e. I
This poem,is permeated with Invitations -.I I complete. :,trust in. Him. for your .. GIFTSLIPPERS: ( .'\. ,;''.' ....pI. .I,...". '- "'".,',,"..t': .. ",
God '
to praise I for one vation. n :' '
cannot quarrel with that. Is not Praise Him who sends the life : 'ROiES GOWNS i PAMPAS ami SETS
thanksgiving near the heartthrobof that is our light. He sends His own r 'Blouse* $1.98 to $2.98 ,
true religion And if I call to,I saving) light.,which no artificial I Ikumlnatlon >: _
praise is not pertinent to ,is, what: can match. Any light wg. 'j Slim Jima .. ... $1.98 to $3.98 $3.98: to $14.95 '
IsT No less selfish, less self.regarding -: are..Able.to generate is soon eclip: I '
activity can be found among -I I sed by the darkness of our sin. Only e Slim Jim Seta $3.98 to $7.98 : '
I Robes 'n cotton, .ffafirfel,, quilted nylon or sheer nylon
men than the unmixed adoration His_ light is not overcome by that
Sweaters $1.98 to $5.95.
of God. And no greater force I tila kness. Therefore, God is worthy I ,
for good in the dynamics o( contemporary of all our praise. lie makes I Jackets .. $ to $5.98Lingerie Gowns ami Pajamas .. $2.98 to $7.98
life can be named. II I both natural and spiritual light available I : : FOR EVERYONE .
must welcome such a call to worship to'all, .who will awake and I .... ;
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as this. For the world is hover open their eyes, What an effort lie ,Sets $4.95
ing between spiritual starvationand makes to arouse each person from 'II Shoes? .. $3.95tos.95 ; :; $1.98 to $5.98 uf
spiritual death and the pulseof the deadly slumber of unlorgl en .
pure praise la'very very weak. sin! He sends His cutty Son and on 'r."tuf'
What has incited this poet to praise a cruel cross His infinite goodness ,I.. ::: : For the: Mefi'Jn' Your Life -
and to prompt us to it too J confronts our.si wrtal wrong and ,.
It is not the grace of God the God wins salvation for us. And now we | \10t r,
who multiplied our blessings, though stand within the time of His gracious ; .
all ou rgoodness never adds up forebearance where that sal-' -And For The Ladies Too. .. I' -'Sh-lrt/S' WINGS
to our deserving them I must vatlon !is and at this moment someone
heartily concur in his admonition. mayheed His call: .' I ,_: TW.AtU:. and BLOCK
to praise God with acute awareness : !"Awake, 0 sleeper 'and arise
that'the.best of life our: own from the' dead, and;Christ. shall BEAUTIFUL $i95: to $4.95BY'AftR'6w
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be praised for Ito has cur deepesttrue give iOl1 l tit.;' I Dress Sport ;,, i
happiness Is:from God. God Sotfreonvinay': accept,.Qirist as
and best interests at heart>'herinone "the We'thai is t try light of:.Tncn"' LINGERIE I r'' $12.95'' : : Jackets .. ... ..... $3.95 to $18.95
else does..He ,wills and, :Wor) "the.light:ot the world" at 0)\s)\ very Sweaters $3.98 to ,
for our happiness even when we are moment.. : '.,. $2.00
i $1.00' Ties :... $1.00, to
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busily subverting It ourselves. .So praise GCtf Vitro waits upon our

I find myself in particular accord walking as"W one'blse wilL lie Is .a PANTIES .... 49c to $2.50 ? I Hats $3.95 to $11.95 .' Shoes .. $4.95 to $16.95 .
with the gratitude for the patienceof patient even with the esumptuqiK u% d.
God so skillfully expressed Do who by their unrepentant Hvlnct!* I SLIPS $1.98 to $5.98 1 h : :t"1" .
you? God is the One who waits keep telling Him .to wait Wl'rc'1II1 r- ;rJ-IrJ ,..:1:
that alone should excite us all to forbearance like ours it would ,uy..Q" JACKETS. $2.98 to $3.98 -. .\ ) n- .
how impatientwe have ended long Hut it continues ;
worship Lord knows ago. t .
can be! The mullltude! of our and with it the toy of grace r.: GIRDLES $3.9510 $15.00 i ; : ri .
frustrations Is seldom matched by a day which like all normal days < .And On'I Il. t Free'it
flawless forbearance. will also have its close. .*** I BRAS $1.00 to $5.00 ,".\'. .l.. ..1 ,
Thank Gcd: that theology Is rot ,Yes. I concur with''this pre who At1Afl '" ",.." I .
anthropology is not In every; ,thank respect Corf'likoms that God! It' Himself bids praise Is. oar to cur'best Gcd.reason for for God IJt fli>>l JiJa )i. And On ;; : ::::: :FE'STIV

should be an Inexhaustable source thanksgiving everyday. And what .
of gratitude for us that His thoughtsare believer 1rar: o gratitude for )hegoodTaruftfrtfce II % I

are not not our our thoughts ways. As and we His I are way, we .j*" 'Hrt"lijHl gives. Van Zanf t I Weather Coats 10.951019.95 $ And On;;':: <; t Gift .

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and 111*.His thoughts and ways always again entertained the Jasper WoV Hundreds of other (Gift; wm, ,
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proceed from an unmlxet I mans..Chub Friday, December 11. Blouses 1 1.99 to 5.95 ;:.

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::y .t/J jJottr 51.00/ : With Our Men In at Lackland Mewaocne ATB. Texas.Atrman b brine. ass :White Springs' I III I I tots by delegate represented from> The the meeting se\ent flU-ech-' MiM grades Mildred presented! Shiver's a Christmas 5th and play 6th

I. 11 I mod to an Air Tralninc Cbmmand II led *rtt ,a delicious luncheon sere. "u Jt6 ,The,,Least",,.This'pay:wffl
i by lL Powell ,Service IATO unit al Araarffla ATB. Tex.. Home DelL Club i[io the cafeteria after which perma* filsotbe presented* .t Friday, the lath

for tnuninc and duty as a tram- i '... I eta| flt.,th*Stephen Foster memo auditorium
tsgahvice afll'COM"' u-Nan.INn.> Rejcardlms' o tttw una**that porUUon speciafist Ins unit up-i ented detr In th*school at 1 p. m
t! kua **..>.i of Qtrtetanas time.'mq"on the partindar card !nth 'porn* the ATC mission: ot training I Meets( I Ir I rial:werq. pe to. Tte(public l ,cordl ny

One* asafe net kak toward teat : one canto a Ifta or UBS*** ..., [atoaea and oCBctr* In the dtvenerkffl r !| TtKtP.T. A. met h* ata eiFM at adend.> 1 -i\
tee at tat """M Year amiCtanlRg tq the t'QiS.1 age. bleb say*. "\T* srvrt yuu I k 1[ :: !* nattered I1f the naticn'a 'O-I]; The meeting was held at theibume t:30 afc U*> Wltite.Springs School. ttS* -I-:
CIl th* MMT jr *r. 'We in th* naew cI the ttstehiht"Cue space farce. I' > of Mrs" Ray Mcrzaa Dee ::
serve both Cbrbhaa and T\tMr gtfta though The airman Is a graduate ft JWAIXAOCIKHDCX -!*- ,. at M a. m.. :- rr
Year1 MtioScittul. h <1 "J( trey IQ llicb Sdd |I The mietine was eaQed ta order
Day a* : "
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will b* '|*,the et ctatchitd.ai whit.b*(&|and .:. .by llrv SCarxan jrcsadhRlLi ) HARRISON HOMES, Inc
dfcuniased to tat LL s The ruff called by itrv AJU- .
owana lur us. Ani *. girt Q tbpouV r I i was ; ,
aetat at ,Son secretary wittk U 0 members I
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I I WaBac Hotdea. aon ot Vr East read and Presents. .
"' the regular hour s3rmbl g4see the spirit Q ftbIi"set.L"ta 'present. The minutes were
Batten. pramutedNor
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aa murh as yvtt bare taw* it ,
,3f sad :!e out unto oat ,t the trast ot theft> T't 'Nor to specialist fear ill Germany. .i: The Qoratznaa party wtZI b* at 2.. 3y or4 Bedrooms;
wher beb .I f
wail a irpatnun |'
tor Met 1x et It utueu tar; b w tattrrewar 'the Mtftcds EdUetttKoat bwliflnR
t.f'I' tan i at S & w.* sprviKt ynuu* fryaoJ Battalion Onsfwory A. 95ch .quanerttuster'I II tat orbit* SprfeeK December 21 atC I t. I1 z, or 2 BathsALL
TleYt b""- 'hapH D** w. aprrst th* sptrtt of IINr FVnth.Sfcwcia&st PV BX.smuts wilt b*node thefinest
I way: (M&ti huxry CbrutRM* ami vt t3r t. I IfaUen entered: the | YwfcDewday in each tnonth. Mrs
Army ta Febnsary X3C. He eraapetd -'
land bustte and A httte tuU was tuU tlut Qtrdtth i White and members: sr Che: cbqb BRICK HOMESNo
fluty'te. tttttr. ready, Lt Otrisfsw + arias *au.: rKet, Ut "ftJ" ivnarotQrttatrd I... Ga haste. was travaae last atatsooed at Fort at Qr.-j Ft|,r.... some teteres&nc. teas
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*.Cafifama. and anrred s to tbr fief rise drwrat
7rw trier wvadtcsed wblAt It.:spprerdlt 1
tor& >M bt put c+ut. vart a.! and sun; ottr ward. sprit of CDrrabata$ fur Iwrier Jrwe.rsolwr. can *'D2 as AntgoBt. BST is tM I Money Down on Your Lot.
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dry CburtrtOM parties. snit I .cd JLr anti 3trs..ML*11' rttwsume f a :
ff\o rater ftftX'""'o* went oC the WfeteSpriflsIlighNews
f16 Lee SctuuL
gram K> attest CfcrvtKwt *r"*':: *u r UP rut awq h terrain. and of Itt.. 1L Jrm> s bas IC' eted,: ..HC. ,: W3 accept boose or trailer on trade.
tmc% and paehat a b twat TDe'A gillrr. w. tUtt dwra 1Dee, dte.ratiraaa Air F..fte- bale etiltharp baiaiag,
taRMtD& ,.... ...: fcfrif rrit ITO' W,t aD'! SdHMJI 70 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
to br tAwo tnt atM> aad air M. the rr away fc* yWtvtit *- I 1 i iI : '-
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Iraxt asrte. a JkMtc a* ,; :and Lirrgitts kot rs t pl I! The! Brta. Qib cl Vbte Springs For Information Contact '
pest- dreaegecaroal j lay asttte the warn art ttieai :, !I itra .JnIe;, ..... jI .. ,
tar tarn oucatiud(l Saata: CU btt kaRrd afore sad. ,apitlZIrrsltsaa bemr'"l, eJaaiabaae! b theft a. DiNs-ar:4NIr' : roar theN tree c'tlp u t resat saws: !'leis, t Nwr. 21.-ral wxtk Army 9th( tnttudry tcairt > .1'(net T iLm.lifec on Saturday; Det.emfterC ... ALEXIS ft&LLER, Jasper, or wrote
tNc E7lrblDAi* inral must b*,: .parse Q'.a I II "Jfct what w* Grit ht: .lu.t Di.risi.JD. Dear! lea' GerHT& !. :: 'II>*bal eftib decorated
: $Ma about, IIa tttaap astvnurs vet 'I w* strafe. I J the school wtth tern Beta ebb t'mII.AmJa -
i .....t ...... arargraaeeCa Q tw" inert a iWi tfc* p u *oic of the btfflt rot th* cia witfiuttt tfnr gK' trbnf.t trsfis: are Baum tr. eermiicethw MIl Qriatwas! deeorstims Harrison Homes, Inc.
asst 2atesta Ctefetasas ,' Tsraaw"Vnuaewrrimrsumferwhat: ; ,. ':anj punch and tw-tocs. were aermdkems
caDIIMt re.vffiaetaz ci each sir-
t : or prelutrl spend avast Ifl'b ;' Bttfe- token vtw appfreiariaa Srt-,: ad biro UsflL: : 'I t speaker Box 20IA Perry FloridaTobacco
rt&>;''q bA DtId'f': '!, ui: brat N* afciIK" wtwwy urto As pnnv'tal of th* svhjuflt! b r*.'I'I; lbdh y a ertr.ea.etiaa sftMttkOiit1Eta27B ."'bar fh e.eeasiaa was 3fr: Sdmrbi eraexf ,
tfrtibgrs our tnm& awi tae rvtvwi uur E*amiCsh eeteeteinmeal fta rl
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i a J-wwey &.l MtevnsN rJlIIft owcl ... Darr.@ore..ftbtf blest tb.iqs that wett hearttetC, that rxetj' senates, 1!as C.1 the ehrfei sa$!t________________________ r
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amt" IJM'S' sail tftu ghoul : to'
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wvetba lt. Itwt i ipitt" xfiwamlAft ( xeer. IA hat the mw ayw 'if'Ywrt : trap ft* tau:: ftvin afro th!! *ftueat- Jasper Ifltf i Srikueft. iI
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d c rhino awn rt7rms: 1<<&L'IIIIJm! bu bwt1 vain aft eDsi t'' sbIIol alt be :alflrt .to tcnnr bras:,: can supply your Tobacco Bed and Tobacco
& w cam ba tads, $+utepy tiJee reouFtptrf IJItt8;, bat may' w'* fAIl CUlt paint bl I:at th* ISrgjnnuitc the rter Twiirami ,
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sail Dlrwi rsnra ittt a avbl@ gem,. t'IJt dtcjp Q1t I:tIhdt b I
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freshened up and In a pleasing-ganizations. to present this offering. ed the Christ without whom there l:receive up to 36 months. of schooling -

} S. I green color for the holidays. The . J.would be f*> Christmas. te Veterans and Dependents; j, .. .
dye which cost a sizeable amount Lana and Luther ,Jlhoden came: The Guild brought gifts for, _
{} was paid:for ,by Aittle;| overplus up from cteen Cove Sunday to lit'",local famm.../;.There.were*:* raa mIWoo.an -haU Eligible children. generally I between l IJ.-J information may _be obtained I
from a chair MMatly donated tend church and have Mrs. .Brady did the dyeing his things children each( the ', CI
n- .av 'r5il.! 2 Pr f : I re-openmg o/
TwrtTr? 4; ?: VMtt.Vntm fca?')4d:Mr.. CUD.' fiY.rrt ber had brought ,nth M I Iandwlchea I( Veterans Administration -
\..ontlnu from h.. ll : Barker Jr. of the Jasper, Laundry: "rjakfl care-lh* L e'fl : dtoday. /:A
'scavenger'f liant afar 3iVrl*' enter.1 pressed Jhetat t ..li'1's ana Vb: toot""Jtse k'b t ; those whose disables{ _, .,5. UMP BROS.

tairanent. The hunt ended at the I -and the jJ *
table &or. The hone Is called which takes decide Interest In Dinner guests ,of, Mrs Madge hot coffee for refreshments. It : : are so slight that they CASH & CARRYt
Pastey and SOe is a happy. young Hamilton Hospital, had a shower'Cook at the Colonial Inn Friday truly a Christmas party. monthly compensation

lady .' .' for the Dec nuneror 11 and<
A delightful newsy letter comes in articles. .and. in money. Leslie, Mrs. Dorothy Connely, Klrkman.Mrs. Lucile Mrs. Leslie Blanch i Perry Mrs. are service-connected: ;t BUILDING SUPPLIES
this week from Mr. and Mrs. Caster Mr. and has Cecil Kennedy. eligible to apply f:r
"of Mrs.'Virginia Chandler was host |,Saturday to Palatka to attend Service Life Insurance,
: Sycamore .Illinois, Route.. .
i Box yt, who are so well remen I ess'Saturday evening .Dec 12,. to I,I Christmas begins this week at'weddtag o Billy Odom to Dixon State Service Off 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia
I ecUere.< It was one of the .2"1 I the members of the Addle Green, Hickory Bottom Farm. Thursday jHolllmen., The marriage was out. 1': Telephone 24255664x8
I sent to many ,friends and a ,Sunday School. class of which she afternoon the Garden Club meets I mnized in the Methodist has no way to trace these '
there. This wedMng Is of Inte SHEETS Per Sheet
personal 'note at the end The is teacher. there at 3 o'clock for the Christmas to notify them of their I
leer says that Mr. Caster, who The members brought the husbands. p rty. .. : several to I Jasper years folk associated The Odoms In the Veterans receving.. com %" INTERIOR ;.PLYWOOD .... $2.564x8
has been ill, is much improved In It was the Christmas party This weekend Mr. and Mrs. A. T.: milton school system Mr. checks ,on the other hand
health. They live in their own and time went amazingly fast. Bowers and boys Ricky Jimmy, .through the mails Sheet
. I was A Supervisior Mrs. Odom SHEETS Per
home now-big and spacious and these milHon-and
and Tcrrany come from ClearwaterDr ght in the Jasper school Billy o
near their own children: I [pd,! Bomber of Jasper folk and Mrs. Warren Trotter and I dom was a young boy when they have lost complete %EXTERIOR PLYWOOD... $2.824x8
Christmas is the time when attended the Sunday vespers at children Bob and LoAnn will be Jasper for Palatka. They VA .since there was no
friends greet friends thru the mails Stephen Foster Memorial when the here from Peoria, Illinois The I host of friends In Jasper. notify the agency of their SHEETS Per Sheet

t'I'',, and by thought. waves.. I!Christmas Sterrett family pl'Ofiam.Stephe"n gave, their annual late ladies Mr.are Walter the Havener daughters and of often the;.I Its Christmas. .time,..'. as the show' however, that I %" C. D. Sheathing Plywood... $3.23

Loralne and Jerry Keifer expect j Foster, presents another visit Mrs. Havener and Miss Inez I ent church: organizations have / World War II I
to be here Christmas. I Christmas program Sunday afternoon McCall. So Christmas begins this I Christmas Conflict period have 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
I Dec. 20. ;Miss Boltin announ week. Later they win go to Largo! party.. service-connected: I Ji" Preflnish Mahog. Plywood $4.80
Mrs. Adina'Slmpscn tells me the I ced that the choirs of Lake City to visit other relatives. Category.!
curtains at the hospital are all churches will Join with other or- The Lydia Circle of 1st is enlisting the aid of pat-
J .- Mrs. J. T.Bridges has been name met at the home of Mrs ,and other service I 4x8 Sheets per M

Seminary da member Board of the of New Development Orleans' Bennett and Dec Mrs.14 Mercer in an effort to reach %" SHEETROCK ................. $46.50Built
evening; ( Supper was .0".W' who may otherwise ..
which consists of 60 laymen with, ved at seven and what a of the' opportunity to In ,
JVMOG special interests in theological ed!.ChIcken'and dressing giblet CI insurance: coverage '

ucation. . I salads cranberles mustard either failed to take dun OVEN COOKTOP .......,.:; 149.95
I I an dooffee. The buffet was or allowed to )lapse all I .
.1 1I Becky and Maroon Crews were i with pies and cakes a since that tlmj.. '.. PerM
!.S here Monday to see Malcolm and!I behold. rans are protably jcm?
: Judy and the children who have I Mrs Edith Hart gave the l 1$ lowest Insurance rates 3"'Eockwool Insulation$47.00
f I : just moved back home from St.I ional Christmas message. There :; reopening plan since their I f .
Pete, Malcolm is with the Florida la| gathering of socks for the are of such "BIRD" ;*- ; :. Roll
rr We have rather firm Power Corp. anage In Lakeland 26 pair
a/ Dixon said. '
/ J'lj :M They have a new baby a 3weeksold food brought: for the needy. ,,I S 15-lb. Asphalt: KELT .t.;._..; :' $1.95
belief In j giving our auuHf son Malcolm Troy. They also the exchange gifts'which i I!1 I or illness that totally & i .
I 3 have a little daughter Lori who Is much merriment. as the disable veterans 'or: BIRD 235 lb. T. 'B. 'Per Square
4.1 tomers the most three. Malcolm Judlive in were called,
very the Thomas Bennett anq tywe .on. 41S.7Y.11 It was truly an evening I their in death orgin do to not make have:: SHINGLES.ti .............................-... 6.75
= for, their ,money Comein ly communion at this : eligible for the edu 4" .
Mri. Zilla Leigh of: YC,ftak$ visited home. Mrs*Ken Daniels came I I administered by n..9.inchVli each
;and*ee,=you'll ag. to assist her mother and : I
friends in Ja5Plf"Moncfayo.; Administration Vinyl's1j'e l tos TILE ; lOc
mother,In the hospitalities War Orphans Edu-I i ..:.:., :;. ......

1I 17 ree. .... Mrs. W B. Lewis,with'tier sister l S. Program was set I I 12 12 iiich'plain: .. each
( "Ya big !buri+-*ny per.hen can ? m'f; and brother In law, Mr. and Mrs Rebecca Tompkins, four for those children whose .
; take you In two minutes." ,. r-I,,I '.',. YV. T. Cornutt went to .Apopka on (near about) JanuaryV8th had died due to war CEILING TILE ......................i .. 9Kc
t : .b>>'J ; Tuesday to 'attend',the funeral of Hamilton Hospital l Monday and. Julian Wood, Cc, .
,,,1-' h'., .' their cousin Russfel. .:Henry; her tonsils removed Tuesday by .said. 4x8 and 4x9 foot per M- .
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Friday December. 18, $1964 ti ., I ,,", ,' 1 THE: : JASPER' NEfrS. JASPER. FLORIDA .o-- -r' ..tPAGE,'SEVEN!

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I 1 e. y;: .r" JCub'Scouts; I ,.iX': : 1965 Naval.Stores '.r! Wi Jes 1Chamber t'' '
: ''Bee's Corner
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.,.,;j".tb a Ii' r11, ChrlSPY :Meeting\ Pr ra'Iftp'nr "c".Js''" Ru I Protests t Tobacco, '

3 aib .'''', '. ," '. ., ,_ J. ., by Bee Ehltrt. '? .1

.:J"J\ To'FB(!, Deembei'22 i! : :I Area"fdteste t sH 'ib tt J1\ct agut:' hI again,;,This; having,year the a decorating,Garden ..bub..Id contest

kyr Arthur A.:"'MarpBy and we hope that will
The December meeting: of (?rib AHa Fr. ter The Vaf'rstT-rfcwrWs County more entet"Ir.to
it. Not only
: nice
: Scout Pack 393: will be held' Tues U. S.' F.r .t Service Chamber of L CSrnmefce has Issueda they will cffer, but a think prizethat ot

day, Dec. 22. nt 7:30 pm. at the "strong ai&i'vl&>roui protest" against -, the effectiveness and the cheerfulness -
The 1965 Naval Stores Conservation proposed '19 and half
Jasper Elementary School Cafeteria a one I I it gives to the neighbors.,
Program has been pe rcent cut In allotments' on Type friends and also many people drive.

All parents and families of Cub approved by the Secretary of 14 tobacco raised in the: G<'<)ttla--!- ,ing\ by* ,I have heard different ones

Scouts and prospective Cub Scouts Agriculture, states Arthur A. Florida belt. I say "Let's drive, around and look

(age eight years through 10\U) I Murphy, Area Forester for the In a resolution,'approved by its i aj t;the, decorations." Jasper has

are cordially Invited,to attend this Palatka Territory. Board of Directors the Chamber4 many beautiful homes that would!

meeting. There will( be refreshments through' the 1965 Naval charged that the cut win drive at show up their, decorations well if

I served, games! singing: of Stores Conservation Program least 125 families from Lowndes It were done. Make our town a
Christmas carols, and fun to raiL County farms next, ;year. shining example of beauty.
"w << I attend Parents We end need-boys parent are 'and urged boy to share with turpentine GoYUl1Jntl\t..nill farmersthe \ 'The'resolution pledd/ ed the Chamber With the''Christmas'*$hopJKitr!

r participation In Cub Scouting to cost of carrying out approved to do "everything possible" I very nearly over-It is true thar"woman's

conservation practices in accordance reinstate the acreage allotment In work Is never done"as -
make the a success In
program ,
Z 'A with the provisions of the Georgla-Florida belt to the the old saying; goes There are
6. Jasper. Without parent and boy the 1965 Naval Stores Conservation 963 le\eL Copies o fthe resolution I I those filling places in the choir;

f participation Cub Scouting will not Program Bulletin.. have been sent to Secretary' Free- those who just fulfill their role as
be a. success. Those interested In man, Georgia representatives In wife and mother; Christmas shopping -

,1 t Cub Scouting contact either Sam Forester Murphy states that Congress, Georgia Governor, Carl and answering questions about
I Aiderson. phone 792-7881. or Bob the amount of cost-sharing Increases Sanders Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Santa Claus; not saying anything

Drescher, phone 792-3551. with the better practices Phil Campbell, farm bureau about cooking and cleaning Yeswoman's -
i officials and Chamber of Commerce work Is never donebutI
and naval
stores producerscan believe we love the bustle of it
officials in
benefit by qualifying Indi- the ,Georcia-Flo- all
Farmers Approve Ida belt. -especially around Christmas
vidual tracts and drifts for more time. There Is nothing nicer than

Tobacco QuotasThe advanced practices. The resolution, drafted by Chamber the observance of Christmas the

1 Agriculture Committee Chair way we want It to be.

Hamilton County Vote In the man, Fred DeLoach, 'said Lowndes *

Tobacco Referendum this week reveals Florida Forest farmers would loose J1.36 million Every year about this time I always ).

that 217 farmers voted in favor In farm family Income under Free get the urge to plant With
,1 I of continued allotments and NewsThe man's proposed acreage cut. For all the camellias and azaleas about
the nine-county Valdosta area, tho ready to burst their buds, It makes
79 farmers voted
price support loss would be $6 million.\ It easier to see the colors von are
against continued allotments and Florida Forest Service today
getting too. Some
-"' price" support. This vote k 73% advised that Robert E..J lenc'enon
: I have
seen h&been of the 'show
in favor.(68r'. was necessary to had been employed by the local I
type. Saw a beautiful In
one a cup
pass) service as Ranger I, filling the vac. Jennings Lists" in Mike's store which would win a

For the State, tobacco farmers ancy of Paul L. Greene prize In'my opinion. '

I voted to continue the program by Mr. Henderson will be working In Basketball'feams t *
an 82% majority. ) Get your Christmas trees up and
Ranger Willie C. Nichols on the 'A'.TEAM Helsht Age Gr.
Unofficial reports Indicate the the western* 'par) ty the County with ; lighted, 'as It's just one week 'til
entire belt vote? favorably to continue -' truck and tractor fire suppression Bates, James FrankWw" 17 12 Santa Claus comes.

the tobacco program by over unit .an'dwljf\ reside In the western Bales, Warren lroracpa-tr 16 11 *

90%. part o fthe county,'near the fire sup urnett, James Jeff 54 IS 11 ,This column will be named Bee's

presslon unit ,to delay get off time Bees James Harold.5-7 17 12 corner, but I will appreciate any
in checking and suppressing wild 3rlffen Jr. Wm. Preston 5-8 17 12 clever Ideas for a column heading

aJVewsjcrnlrlon forest fires.Mr. Icrndon Jr, How. Glen 5-11 17 11 Send in you rsuggestlons.
.J-lspilal erring, Woodrow Mlx'n 5-9 16 11
Henderson Is'a graduate of Howell Richard Clark 5-8 18 11

GRINER KISER: of J.tyer. 'cloth covered the bride's table a./1 fem r,1 Jennings High School. Murphy, Jas. Edward 5-10 16 11
( Runyon, Charles ...... 5-8 17 12
The bodice of her dress featured which was centered by a 3 tier J, W. KeUey, Supervisor
Miss Janaece La Waunla Grlner Wynn, James Edward 5-11 15 10
and Mr. Randall DuaneTSser.! both lo"" sleeves of lace'with the neckwedding cake PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW CR SS :

students at Florida State College line wrrourded with seed pearls At cne. end was a silver candel- Mrs. Mary Chamberlain B-TEAM Height Age+Gr.

were married Saturday evening, A cluster,of pearls held her \'eil:1 i abra arranged with white gladioli, Mrs. Enpa Jean Hlghtower Burnam, Larry Wayne 5-4 13 8

December 5, at the Wesley Fpun- tulle and she carried a nosegay of roses and chrysanthemums. The Mrs Earleen Goodman Cbmbass, fiat Sidney,. 5-4, 14 9
dation in Tallahassee.sweet heart roses, baby breath and punch bowl was at the other end. Bo Bembry Dees, John Trammel 4-11'U 7
white orchid DeVane, James Roy 5-7 15 10
Mss Gail Barnhel cut the cake I
Richard Eatmon
The bride is the daughter of Mrs !
Howell, Victor Wade 5-6 14 9
BennIe Grlner of Jasper an dine Miss Sue Ward of Miami a, soro- with the assistance of Misses Karen Paul Hunter Jr.. Johnson, Daniel Raymond
rity sister of the bride wu her only Che- Mrs. Annie Mae Daniels ood
late Mr. Jesse Walden Ernest Grl- : Swenk Dee Hudson Johnson, Wm. Franklin 5-4 15 10
tendant.. She wore a dress of pink and Joan Ko- Ed Welcome (col.)
ner. The groom is the son of Mr my, Camille Hailer McCulley Larry Lawton 5-0 14 9
In street length and a veil Frances Dawson (col.) SECRETS ,
.and Mrs. Lonnie Rudolph of Jack- crepe ney. '.*, f Morgan, Ronnie Carlton'"t"''
sonville., ''of pink;tulle. She carried nceeguy Serving punch were Misses Caro PATIENTS IMSniARGKD. Murphy, Robert Wade 5-7 14 9Plttman NO

The Rev. Mr Dick England was of sweet heart roses and carnations .,lye, Adams Nancy Von and Randy SINCE LAST WEsWlr .. II IHSY PAllltlPseellst James Gregory .

the officiating clergyman perform- Lo-.nie Rudolph KIser. Jr. served Griggs. Miss Garnet Hlclonan kept .lit \ is Pittman Jerry J. 5-2 14 B.Sauls
Ing the double ring ceremony. as his sons best man. Ushers were the bride's book., Miss MaureenAt Mrs. Ocilla Bemtry "-7w TnBtMSMrtrMofltfjy Kenneth Ronald 8-8 15 hfTyre.

the altar were baskets of white Us McCollumn of Orlando and Lar Howland played' the piano during Rebecca Tompklm 'I MltMs,tasty Larry Edward. 5-7 13 8

gladioli and chrysanthemums flan-jr' O'Dea. .. the. reception.. Kib Bumette JK; :' :t._ Wynn, Billy Ray 5-9, '15 10
A. F. Hancock'' I'VE COT A SECRET FOR Wynn, Ramar 5-9 16 10
J Heatcnwas orjpnW For traveling the br1de won'a, .
Iced: by tall candelabra ot glowing Miss Genii Hubert Murphy? ,,'f* THE HOLIDAYS: I ttfc. ..
candles _' these centered by the ['ana Susan Rlly sang "Because" suit of beige and black knit accent.Latin R. L Braswell L. Rive hoMma candles a* gifts ----

covered prayer bench.and "O Promise Me," 'ed with black accessories. James ,Daniels -.. ,.. gifts.heliday gifts, rasa
I the a re- After a trip,to Panama City'the v small)) r m.mbraaea for' sEE US FOR YOUR
The bride in a gown of Ivory lace Following ceremory Mrs. Louis..sc.1fJW1iot'Raib'cI hut-Ins.. Now don't Bot ..
wU be at home> Dec. '
the Sigma Kayoung couple
held at
over satin was given in marriage [ceptlon wa. (coir candjr-maklns Is UM hard and
by her nephew, Charles: Henry Lee lppa Sorority House. A white lace 15 at 2605 Sam Road, Jacksonville. John Hawkins (col.) takes too much Um.." Candles
Mary Jones (col.) ran be made wlthsut caaelirnuit
------- Julia Mae Bristol (coL) fuss or bother B.... TOBACCOCLTH
how' I do it. .

ArkansasTravelers The most. versatile* candy of e i

I PTA To Sponsor Presbyterian all starts with a packago (' '
squares) scmi-swtet chocolate
Minister On T-V partially melted over hot water. '
Team Remove from water and stir S
Basketball rapidly until entirely molted.
of the Jasper
Rev Van Zant, pastor Stir in 1H cups of any ont of "
and White Springs Presbyterian -
the following coarsely chopped t41 aft
foremost'performers palyed against her. Playing her Churches, will appear on "Liv salted 1 pecans, salted peanuts, ;. t. _
.The P. T. A. will also have a They are the ,Is "Natural -" Fast Word Channel 12 WFCATV or raisins I hart even added Icups & SON
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.Fish FVy Supper proceeding the of the day making! : up an outstanding ) : season ing coarsely crushed poanut Ij&YIN ,
I and outstanding
that has been acclaimed agressive. graceful In Jacksonville beginning Sun- brlttla-yummyl
team Stir until all
7 m.
from 6 to : p '
game"THE GREATESE" a phrase the best anywhere in the Nation. I \ on offense and defense. Covers day morning December 20, at 6:55. pieces are coattdi drop by' Japer Florida
Best dressed best looking team the entire court and nver tires- -and each week day at 6:25. spoonfuls onto wax pap r. Let
and Fans -
raze Sportswriters everywhere onJ I hustles every second during the stand until firm.Corcals -. -...
Hazel Waileer's the road anywhere. During the ... ,
we In appraising and has a fine over-head set .----- e e 44r:' _
have been game
Sensational Players who'}'e '15 years many States aid mmta' ...
; shot difficult to block. Her play, The experience gained
this team but this season average
demonstrated 15 their ability against froth the I all the on girls are from the South on the boards is unexcelled by the. this past season win no doubt make cook rttip candy Comblao in aaotatr H cup favorite light :. fflVERiFRONT LOTS

coast-to-coast years In the nation. ern State'sThey.include.. best. She was a team-mate of this Star Performer one of the fin: cora syrup, dash of salt,sad W
better' men's teams The and only great, Colossal Tobys in College and this All-Amert the Travelers Roster With CUB conf ctlon.rs* sugar la a
They play, nothing but Men's Teams -I one Frances "Goose" Gar- can Girl Is 6' 1", slender, agile and I lest on mentioned above, all Vet- loge bowl Add<4 Stupendous girls
Rules, asking no{ '
under Men's weighs 155 pounds and consideredto flavored paced wheat and t
routte from Van Buren Ark. Coach erans with wide experience Hazel ,* *
aped untilroatfu.
favors at all. cup ptsaiUt l.tlr V CAMPSITES
be the prettiest o fall the Arkansas
They have to be in excellent condition (Manager and Captlan o fthe Team. predicts the' finest team she has .Spread la lid lath pan.
to win a place on the Arkansas I A 14 year veteran, greatest professional Traveler Roster. ver had during the 15 years in the Chill 2 to S hours Cat lato 24 '
player o? all times averaging Gina Wood, Van Buren: Arkansas squares. Store la refrigerator OR .
Travelers roster, who meet the business with her .,.
S Is the of Pro Ball.
30-35 points per game against Mlghty-Mlte
Jasper P. T. A. (all men team) the beet of male opponents. !Dn't let her size fool you. In her ers.DONT I Jib coconut eandlcs-add PERMANENT HOMESOn
here Saturday, January 9, 1965 at She played Pivot excellent "hook"shotleft 7th Season stands a mere 5' 6", MIS"THEM I i chocolate and a bit of rum-lr
sole ownero resistible! Cream 2 tablespoons
8:00 Miss Walker I
p. m. or right and a sensational welshing 115 pounds all muscle softened butter blend fat 1 the Witht coochee River
fthe team, )known as "Miss Basketball" .} etc in Hamilton County Fla
My,1thical one-handed push shot, few If any, and backs away from nobody. She yolk. Gradually blend In K cup
was selected on the men, stars can figure out. An ail- is a "Package of Dynamite" Speed unsifted confectioners' sugar Term aa low as $10 down and $10 per month.
AU-Amertcan AAU Team 11:I selection of Professional Deamon "Pass-Snatcher" and PLATE LUNCHMeat Then add 1 package (4 os.) tfrve :
years, a record which has'never ,'Women's American Teams 13 and displays has amazing reflexes. She holds sweet cooking chocolate,ss ted north on tJ S. 41 to State Road No.! 6. Go west
been topped.: She played on 5 National years H cup fine-grated coconut, and and turn right Road r to
Teams & Runnersup I[ a fancy ball-handling exhiblition her own against'any an dall types Two Vegetable 1 tablespoon rum. J'Ol'Jllirato 24 on State NjJ property or write
Championship during warm-up each night. opposition real cute and was named small balls sad roU la additional .. Florida Campsite i nC.P 'O."Box 607 Florida
National Tea Coffee Jasper
Won the i One or : ,
3 years. ,,
I The pre-game warm-up each night "Darling of the Hardwood". She oconnti ptteo on waxpaper
Free Throw Championship 6 years chill several hours. AD 64LS116 "F"1B: > .
I I lia I worth price of admissionFran Is the crowd favorite night In and
snd her .
International Title 2 years tee Is S ft and 11 weighing I|night out from her cuteness and
record of 49 out of 50 tries has never 150 pounds and Inches oifer off size and ability 95cBARTON'S Wrap candies ladirldsally I.tra..p.rut la
been beaten In National Tourna- urea, arrant ON
entire Lucretia Taylor, Kilmlchael, .
During her fabulous season ,de\otj".fher, summer a gift platter or la a vase of ; .
ment History I Miss veteran of 6 5 ft. and
to this sport., years brandy snifter. Wrap and tie \
career won a spot with the i' Toby Rayborn.. Tylertown. Miss. 8 Inches weighs 160 pounds all with a bow-year gift la ready I NOTICE OF 'EUBLIC HEARINGA
of Sports In America's AthJetlcl' muscle outstanding defense and What Is most laiportaat, it
Iis I 5 feet enght inches. 150 pounds
Hall of Fame "The I shows that you cared enough to
offense shot like
letic Foundation" of Los Angeles 1 and a package cf TNT strong a- the assessing, jump and RESTAURANT fire' sweet igi goat. took UM Public Hearing will be held before the Jasper
men. Very strong; agile
: lert and most outstanding ball hand time to
Walker took her
Miss Planning and
California ZoningBoard
Monday December
outstanding Team-player settingup -
ler and in Pro Woman's Basketball
Babe.place Zaharlas with such Patty stars Berg a sthe:; cf Golf laie j I passer today. Has a keen eye for I plays that has made this teamso preoovsV'm 21 I 1964, 8:00 p.m. at City Hall to considered the
outstanding., attitude and
wcnderful dribbler and following
Pauline Betz, the tasket :
Fame a Helen Wljus, .disposition has helped this 1- s1
et al of Tennis Fame along with i most pleasing personality. Toby is team to maintain the fine great For All Your Insurance J&As See
male Jack Dempsey In her 10th season with the Travelers reput- Petition of the 'Northwest Florida Regional
such stars as
aton it enjoys Favo
Don Hutson. John L. Sullivan Mel and considered the "Play-Ma : Housing Authority to rezone Lots 2, 3, 'A,'and 5 of

Ott Lou Gehrig .. Cy Young. Ben- Paul Hogan : ker"In of College the Team.and An selected outstandingStar on the rite.Doris Coleman. LongvOIe, La., Wilmei Defl Block 106 from R-IA. Zone R-2 for the purposeof

"Wanger JIm Jo Thorpe Diamaggio- Bob Mathlas & AH-American Tram her first and playing her second season as a : :'',,, construction of U low'rent Federal l Housing

man many cthers.1n: 1969! Arkansas only: Katlcoal Tournament ever at- Traveler Year In 29&64 named season the Rookie and of made the Units. Property now.owned by JUB.. Hicb.e'ltato and,,

had Its First Hall of Fame tended. She teams with Goose in AGJri. ) Delores Walker .
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a name for herself her 1st year of FARM BUREAU */ *
this setting up "Shenigans" that baffle
and Hazel was selected to coveted :
Pro ball.
FIRST opponents and assists In the business Outstanding HOtft' hay. ,' :1' You should be
honor as one of its ing one of the greatest set-shots of present, but objections or non-
FIVE the only female along with of the team selling tickets laU times from far out. She Is 5 ft. Auto, Fire, Life, Farm Liability, Workman Compensation objects may be voiced by petition, or other represen
Souvenir .
of Program A
and 2 Mgr Dept.
Bill Dickey. Jim Lee Howell and 8 inches weighing 140 pound tation. ,
various other duties with this wonderful
others. fleet of foot and aggressive fromeftl'7 : and Bonds
Rounding out the Seam are 6 players team. 4cw standpoint. Came to the travelers UWAN L. BEMBRY
whose ability md finesse\ In Jenny McGuffete. Monticello, Mis with a remarkable record

the gruelling sport of Basketball sippi Is no newcomer to the Pro- scoring 4, 147 points one season in Office Phone 792.7501 Home Phone 933-2231 City Clerk 1

Is a constant source of amazement Ranks-more so the men that have High School carrying a 31 percent, .
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