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The Jasper news
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F.M. DeGraffenried
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Farmers UrgedTo I MissJ.ELS.\ Jasper Stars To t Jeanie. Auditions ; Too! late to Classify Minutes Regular ( WOMAN'S CLUB

Provide Contest Set For Install Officers NextVe k Big : By RUSSr: KAY Monthly Meeting\ MEETS FRIDAYThe

Jasper Woman's dub will

k Recreation AreasMany I February 14. Saturday, Feb. 9. Event ,at MemorialEntries ]I sed Now since that the sufficient freeze time to check has elap the Board of PublicInstruction meet this Friday at 3:39 p.m. at
Mrs. F. B. HarrelL The
damage, it is gratifying to find that programwill
Florida fanners are today I The Senior Class of Jennings Jasper Chapter No. 199 Orderof in the 12th annual "Jeanie -; for the most part our famed at- be a film given by the Fla.
in a. unique position to help meet High School twill sponosr the an theJIa stern Star will hold their With the Light Borwn Hair> aiP f tractions such as Cypress Gardens j Power Corp. on uses of electricity

the 4 states's most pressing needs 1 nual Miss J, H. S. Contest, Thursday installation of officers on Saturday ditions to be held at the Stephen 1, Turner's Sunken Gardens. Sara- The Board of Public Instructionof in decorations.

for outdoor recreational facilities, February 14. February 9, 1963 at 8 o'clock. It Foster Memorial here Feb. 16. will sota Jungle Gardens Week Wa- Hamilton County met today in I '

according to Jim Hammett State is an open installation with every- be judged b yai panel of three chee Springs Silver Springs The regular session. The following:
Miss .J.. .H. S. will be judged on !motion was made by Mr.
Conseervationist for USDA's Soil one cordially invited. prominent out-of-state musical experts Great Masterpiece and other spots Board memberes were present'CYde f Tyree,
talent poise and beauty. All con- seconded Mr. Butler
by and carried -
Conservation Service. Hunter Chairman Johnny
i t NEW OFFICERS ARE: i j where tender tropical growth is in ;
'E testants' first appear in dress Doris CoDum fc, Names of the three Butler Allen B. Tyre. Frank Matthews that this resignation be accepted
very day more and more fam- [] Worthy Matron adpudioatoI"S abundance came through In very
i1,1es!are, turning to the countryside j sponsored: Worthy Patron J. L Collum who will select Fjorida's outstanding ; good shape and are as colorful as and E. V. Stormant. The t
for the recreation'they cannot find I In their next they will Accoc Worthy Matron, Edna Hogan girl vocalist the 17-21 year ever with plenty of flowers and Superintendent and Secretary to Mr. Reid reported that Alton .
\ In'the big metropolitian areas" :'i present their appearance talent They will Secretary, Alfa Mae Webb age grovp were Announced today plenty of green. the Board Harry T. Reid was Blair had been employed to flU

t Hammett said. _' J!appear-last JU fbrniala.f Treasurer Ann Malpas '' by Miss Tfaelms Bohin, special This may sound like a fairy tale present. the vacancy caused by the resign-
*", Conductress AllenAsSoe events director"Sjhthe The with ation of Mr. Devane.A .
"Ma farmers acre on position I Mytrice ,f state music to the farmers who lost their cropsor meeting opened prayer
to help me these needs. In almost I j.1 I A junior' Miss J/H.S. Will be Conductress Irene HammondQraplaln shrine on th a j $u\Vannee River.. citrus growers who lost their by Mr. Matthews.The j request for Maternity Leave
Guy 'McGhin More than a:.score of transporation report for the :from March 4-29 received from
every rural community there are chosen from grades 68. Also a oyung women fruit to say nothing of thousands was :
recreational potentials which could!t'little Miss J. IL S. will be chosen :Marshall Lillian Willis have qualified to: see the coveted of home owners who saw most of fourth school month's operationwas ,Mrs. Carol Blair. A motion was

be developed by individual farmers: from grades 1-5. These contestantswill Organist Hannah Bland "Jeanie" title and the $500 music their plants and shrubbery destroyed. given in detail by Mr. Reid.A II[I made by Mr. Tyree seconded by

a group of farmers or a community. I be judged on beauty and poise. I Adah Helen McGhin scholarship offered by the Stephen report from the State Dpartment I Mr. Butler, and carried, that this
i Ruth Helen Dail Foster MemoriaLCommission.. of Education was presented by Mr. j S:leave be granted.
:"These Include vacation farms i The General Chairman for the i Florida as a whole presents a
picnicking and sports centers, fish- Miss J., IL, S. Contest is Ruth De- I Esther, Pauline Lewis "Gerald Marks and) Miltan Peter- pretty sad looking picture to our I.I Reid showing; that Hamilton Coun- t i A letter of resignation effective

Ing 'waters camping .and nature Vane. The Program Committee II Martha Onnie Goolsby ,leon of New'York, ,and! Dr. Chappell visitors right now, and we regret ty's percentage of excellency of February 4, 1963 wa sreceived
I schools buses is 99.4. This
recreation areas hunting areas,includes Brenda, Jerry, Joyce and Electa Mary Bryan I White Atlanta will serve as jud- it as much as they do but it is nice with'the for 1955 was j from Elouise M. Jones, a teacherin
hunting preserves and selling re- Mike. The decorations Committee Warden Winifred Smith iges this year," Miss Boltin said. i to know that there are a number of compared report the JRE Lee High School. A

creation land or recreation use I include Betty Edna, Lynette, C. I Sentinalr Dallas Hammond j t Marks, composer of ma"YVeTI-'oases where Florida's normal glom I which was 7734 percent. motion was made by Mr. Matthews
The financial statement for January
rights." W. and Rodger. The Contestant l jknown popular songs, also is noted ious charm and beauty may still be 1!i seconded by Mr. Stormant and
The state conservationist pointedout Committee includes, Linda Judy, Need Two jfor his patrioti<|. and religious seen. was presented BALANCES as : carried, that this resignation be
that with more leisure time and Ben and Chuck. S. M. and :Mike MOre.t j works. He is a pianist and formerly As bad as the damage was, and it J accepted.Mr. .
Total Receipts from State
spendable income outdoor- in charge of getting judges for Teams InBaseball t directed his br hestra.. f was plenty bad, of the brown
more are otvp A- many i Sources .............. $50,494.78 Powell Principal of Jasper
hungry people are willing to pay i the contest. Edna. Brenda and Rod- ( mong' his composition are: nght. sad looking areas will turn green I Total Receipts from Local High School talked about the

for the privilege of hunting fishing I' ger are in charge of typing the pro League Shall Be filled with Music" "Aalli f i again come spring and : Sources ................ 2687.58 I building neds for his schooL Building -
boating swimming and picnicking. grams. of Me", and Is It:;True What they |[They will be cut back swnrner'l Total Balances ........ 144979.67 needs for other schools In the

Nationwide. Americans are spend- The Twin Rivers (amateur) Baseball sal About Dixie?" He will repre-, growth will restore them Clearing Accounts ...... 14,369.75 I I county were also discussed. A
ing more than $20 billion annually Fallout Shelter League would like to expand sent the American Society of Composers i;but such a freeze is mighty disII I County bonding program could.

for recieation.a Ito I,! eight teams this season. At a Authors and' Publishers !I couraging to the folks who have I Grand Total ............ 212,531.78 j'meet the needs for all schools.
Already many Florida farmers meeting recently six teams stressed (ASCAP) at theau itions. ASCAP.worked so hard and given such I
Supplies Stocked I I '' I Expenditures and Balances. I A motion was made by Mr. Matt-
have found recreation a new and i over the years has ,care and attention to their plant-
a desire to be in the league this supported the Total Administration .... 1,498.90 [hews seconded by Mr. Stormant
profitable sideline to farming using At MemorialThe I year. They were Belk-Hudson activities of the Foster Memorial,ings. Total Instruction ...... 50189.68 and carried that a request for a
land not suitable for cultivation (Valdosta), Stockton Hahira Lake- and traditionally supplies a judge !| Cypress Gardens used orchard Total Operation of Plant .. 5,268.81 i Section 237.27 Loan In the amount
or needed for crops. : land .Valdosta Red Sox and for the colorful "Jenie" event. I I j I heaters to protect their plantingswith
Carillon Tower of the Stephen -,! Jasper Total Maintenance .......... 886.10Total ,jot $11426.00 be submitted to the
In the Food and Agriculture Act [ Florida. Peterson widely known as a marked success while Carib- .
Foster :Memorial White [' I Auxiliary Services .4,591.52Total State Department of Education fir
of 1962 the Congress recognizedthat Spring Florida is a licensed and !! musicologist and- music editor beans Gardens used 70 degress Fixed Charges ...... 276.84 'their approval. The loan when
Next meeting. is scheduled for I
the ever-growing demand for I founded the Tschiakovsky: Foundation water from underground deep wells
Total Cash and Reserves 130104.64 incurred will for four
fall I : i new
marked out shelter with a pro-1 pay
February IL, 8. at the Lown- I
outdoor recreation would give pjn. in 1947 and since that time has spraying plants and trees
Accounts ...... 22,715.29Grand school buses.
tection factor of 100 The Clearing
or more. j|
many" rural people new jobs and des County Courthouse in Valdostaat been active in the organization uously through the three t
initial issue of I as contin-I The Minutes of the meeting of
con (
which time officers will be elec-
new sources of income while providing sisting of medical sanitary and director and editor. He has served! period. Total ............ 212531.78 !January 8, 1963, were read to the
rural and urban people with ed. There is still time to enter and at various times as consultant Attraction operators with
food stock t oincluda radiation de-f and A motion was made by Mr. Matthews Board. A motion was made by
relaxation and [all teams interested in joining must advisor ed
for to
opportunities en- to major music publishers acreage protect were able to
tection received seconded by Mr. Stomant.and Mr. Butler seconded by Mr. Matt-
For that the U. have a representative at the next and is known use mOre heaters
joyment. reason for his deep interest many or water be be I
on January 31. Building with lessor |I carried that this report hews, and carried that they
S. Department of Agriculture meeting. In American music especially'that than it was possible for commercial .
adopted.A adopted.
protection factors will be stock-
courages farmers to provide en-I ed as soon as supplies are available I Bobby Bowden T-R Secretary. of Stephen Collins Foster.: He has growers to employ. letter was read from Fred De- There being no further business,

come-producing recreation on The'Civil Defense Survival courses 408 E. Rogers St. VaL Ga. one of'the largest private collections Fortunately such cold weather Vane resigning his position as a the Board adjourned.
Federal rural areas. r under the sponsorhip of the I of Foster material and has does not occur In Florida very teacher in the Jennings High School I Board of Public Instruction
The Act calls for the Soil Con- I I made often and look
we forward
several major contributionsto can to I
State Department of Education u effective January 22. 1963 to accept -| Clyde Hunter Chairman
sejyatior\gService: tos. e l'Ye. as the f Jasper Baptist Foster Hall new growth and ew plants to restore
atdhg-University of
"" Adult, Education Division are contiming. a position,in.Suwanneee, : ATTEST Harry T. Reid, Superinten
"focaVpolnt the In" &** the beautiful
for Department Pittsburg. *_ ? Fl Assistant > ..
i lyTor: County.A.genb-.A -r '
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of lands To before "' I
assisting owners private HpldfSchoo Dr. White has-serve1a on the ,music the freeze -and each such
to establish incomeproducing're- The courses are under the local | faculty at Emory University in experience teaches us more about CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -
creation enterprises. direction of Mrs. Grace Stephens, j Of MissionsA I Atlanta since 1950. this problem and how to meet it.
Motto Know Hamilton and tell Others about It
Financial assistance to farmers who reports that 229 persons have ) "We are proud to havesuch a The destruction of tropical and :
involving credit arrangements is I availed themselves of this instruction -I school of Missions will be held talented panel of judges." Miss Bol ornamental plants did not deter
the responsibility of the Farmers since the Courses started. 891'j,in the First Baptist Church of Jas- tin said, "to assist in one of Flori the, developers of Sunlake Park

Home Administration. Loans will during the 1961 school year and 140 ''pef February 10 thru 15. The evening da's outstanding musical\ events. Tampa's newest development, The Board of Directors of the Hamilton County
be made to farmers who personally this school year to date. services will start at 7:30 ,and The auditions are sponsored by the from reaching for\ttie\ stars and
operate famly farms who are unable Seen additional classes may be !j I there will be one week-day meetingon Stephen Foster Commission- in cooperation continue to command attention and Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday night Feb. 11

e to obtain credit from other I scheduled if enough interest is in- ', Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. with the Florida Federation over the holidays. at 8:00 o'clock in the Chamber: of Commerce Office in the

sources on reasonable terms and dicated. Every Community in Hamilton of Music Clubs as a means of I They did it by erecting the largest City Hall Building in Jasper. All Board members
I The following speakers will take are
should avail themselves f I
L to associations of farmers andy County I providing opportunity for Christmas tree displayed In
rural residents. Projects that the of this information to be I,spar I In the services ;Sunday 11:00 singers to further their careers. the United States a 78-foot spruce urged to attend and visitors are invited.

loan will finance include campgrounds prepared in event of an emergency!!i I a.m.: Mr. Gus Johnson, Executive j j''In addition to the $500 scholarship pine from New York's Catskill

swimming pools, fishing Information about classes may:j I Secretary-Treasurer of the Florida,Sfor\ the winner there are four $200 Mountains. Even the famed Christmas FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS
ponds, beaches, tennis courts rid- be obtained from office of the Supt. 'I Baptist Foundation; Sunday' 7:30 music scholarship awards for run- trees at Rockefellers center
ing stables nature trails and vaca of schools. p.m.. Rev. Bill Carr Association,'ners-up." land the White House couldn't top Dj F3ED O. DICKINSON, JB., Industrial effort today Is so com-

tion cottages. No loan may exceed Missionary. Monday 7:30 p.m. Winner last year was Rebecca'Ann I Sunlake Park's mammoth find. Cbairoua plex and so complicated that it
Rev. W. K. Wood, Home Missionary I The Florida Council of 100 can only come to those areas
260,000.The BAKED HAM DINNER Jenkins of Orlando who will be The 69-year old- tree weighed
Agricultural Stabilization & I working in the mountain areas present to assist in crowning the nearly six tons and measured 30 With the rapid approach of the which provide that talent and
Conservation Service is authorizedto The Church of God will be spon- of Kentucky. 1963 "Jeanie." -. I feet in diameter at the base. Crews biennial session of the state legislature ability. We have it In Californiaand
assist farmers with cost-sharing soring another one of their "good"dinner workmen erected it Is that we are dedicated to provideeven
Tuesday 10:00: a.m. till noon Auditions will be held at 2 p.m. huge Imperative we more of it In the future.
payments in converting land from or supper meals today. Feb I seven full time workers heard in Saturday February 16, in the audi after it was set up to string 4,180 reexamine Florida's position in We are entitled to be rewarded
crop production to recreation provided 8. Anyone wishing to have one another section of ,the association. torium of the Foster Carillon Tow- light bulbs and other decorations.It the field of higher education. for what we have created Gov-

the programs are consistent either dinner or supper, deliveredto 7:30 pxn. Miss Doris Knight, Foreign er. The colorful "Jeanie" ball will was indeed an Impressive sightI This is necessary if the private ernor Brown could have added
with long-range conservation plans them please call either Mrs. J. Missionary to Nigeria. Wednesday ,be held that night in the Foster I II I So high was the top of the giant citizens In our state are to be that dvilian type industry in the
developed with help of the Soil Conservation B. Sapp or the Parsonage. SY2- 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Wiley Jar-I Museum ]building to honor the winner -"tree that:: a sway-pole artist was able to advise the members of scientific and technical field has
Service. 6901. There will be baked ham rell wife of area Missionary in and her court. engaged to perform the task of the legislature as to the needsof poured into California at an even

Estimates are that nationwide with all the trimmings. Md. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Rev. Paul I II lighting the big Star of Bethlehem.This our educational system. greater rate than governmental

23 million more acres of land will I II McCullers, Associational Missionary. giant emblem of Faith standsas Everyone truly Interested In the contracts, because of these same

'be needed for recreation by 1980. Friday 7: 30 p.m. Rev. J. J. : .. an example of the faith Floridians welfare of our state is most hopeful factors.
A lot of this land is present be- I and not needed for the production Cowsert, Foreign Missionary to :ti have in their state and Its that the special study now Because these states have not

ing farmed and some of it offers of agricultural crops Hammettsaid. Brazil. j I future. being conducted by a team of moved In this field Michigan. In
opportunity for outdoor recreation. "Much of this land could be An invitation is extended to every experts under direction of the diana, Illinois Ohio and Wisconsin ) -
"Florida has thousands of acres used for income-producing, rural one to join In the services to hear I State Board of Control will pre- have lost serious ground In
of land privately owned unsuited recreation areas." these missionary speakers.GET sent true guidelines along which obtaining defense contracts. TIME
THE AMERICAN WAY our higher educational system magazine on August 10, 19GZ,

may be improved so that Florida -stated In part: t
{ take advantage of the "Already some of the areas losing r
can opportunities
1 ; -t'" ::', 1. ;.'. --..: l;;: ,' ; offered to her In the ground are beginning to get
*1Y1:1 .rn....<>-,....... ....6......... the message in rae CbCagu* area. I,
I : US OUT!*, \ :' There is no doubt but what Northwestern University and XBU .!;
: : any accelerated program will be nois Institute of Technology are

costly but we must somehow both planning> new research centers. -
1 i meet duo cost if we are to develop In Pittsburgh six: Institutions
I and. move forward. are teamed up to project c
And while weighing the cost a huge education center wife *
"y Harry BrowneThe I. its vices and questioned its virtues? ,have always existed. We don't needa I and the effort needed to developa by-section devoted! to research.

United Nations has finallywon We cling to the UN because of a UN to make our views known to i t truly fine scientific and technical Both dUes hope to lore talent
a victory! few time-worn clinches that are '!others. 1 educational system we should a* well as keep It PoKticiaa

After years of failures the UN never challenged. Isn't it time to 1 The UN.simplydo s not. live up! always remember and connfrVr: hare begun to catch up: both
has succeded in something. It was face them? (tto any jbf its!proinaga xla claims the experiences la other states. .Michigan's Governor John Swain-
unable to stop India's invasion of For instance It's argued that the t and promises.': :And*yet wepay May I give you several facts son and Chicago' Mayor Richard
Goa', or confiscation of American UN has given food and medicine to dearly just to keep it alive. and figures which Governor Brownof Daley have trekked to the ,
overseas property, or the Commu- nedy people all over the world. I AIDS ENEMY California on "Meet The PresI: I White House to protest the sighting '
nist rape of Hungary. But now it That's true and so has the on October 14, 1362 related: One of their regions."
Many of our gifts tor.the UN have :
has won a victory-it has apparently American of the members of the pendasked Defense Secretary McNaxnara. 1
conquered the free-enterprise, neither foreign aid program. But I been channeled directly Into Communist -. him: "California Is now ,has told Michigan that they are t
pro-American province of Katanga thats been one done half the job hands. In fact the Communists I getting 25 per cent of an of the .losing defense btu because of .
done for I
decades by I ability to make the UN do its j Defense Department expenditure; their failure to support their nrfversities. to?
Why conquer Katanga? American s I
and charitable i bidding is obvious : UJS. News and World j
Because it refused be to all. and 41 per cent of an expenditures
to ruled '
by aprocommunist groups on a voluntary basis. The only cure for such a danger- for research and develop Report on August 20th of test

Congo government.So WARMONGER ious situation Is to get the U. S. out meat Do you not think it Is unfair I year said In effect that the na
the "peace-keeping UN unlisted It's also argued that the UN has [of the UN- and quick. for California to get a percentage tion's arsenals of World War Hare :,
three wars against Katanga-and prevented war. This is much larger falling to get their' share of ;
not true. I And noW with the UN's vices in that Is to t"
now,appears to have won one. Since the founding of the UN, there (j the Congo currently for than any other state receives?" existing contracts: in defense and ..
__I CONTROL US has been war in China Korea, Al- all to To this Governor Brown replied: space. I say: to you thfe i* true k[1
At the same time voicesIn see-our opportunity to In- of wonderful because they have failed: fa the .H
many geria Goa the Congo, Hungary, "We have an area :
the U. S. are being raised to suggest Loas. Tibet and Vietnam. And the fluence Congress has never been climate; we have an area where field of advancing higher educa

that the UN be given the UN itself started the war in Katanga greater. 1 people want to come to live; we ulna ti
police power to control us, too. -t Write your ,Congressman and have for many years devoted the We have cfee JM the feete :
Sound inviting Lastly it's Senators right now ask them to largest part of our budget to from other states IB sitar sitBauons j
Isn't It time we took off our blind provides argued that the UN promote Congressman Utt's bin H. higher education; and we have to our, e ad we >hop* fee l}
ers and faced the realities of the a forum where nationscan R. 9667. to withdraw the U. S. from i more brains ability and talent Florida can proms b? the ego1 1 ,
UN? Isn't It time exchange views. But diplo- the UN.Ad'"Oice to the growing than any other place In Amenm. cesKS cad laflares tf the sues l
we ackonwledged
relations between nations battle cry: "Get US out!" Flyweight vs. Heavyweight ." He further started: The cited. j [.

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}, *.\ JFriday: February .8,. 1963_ _. ,_ THE JASPER _W -. JASPER FLORIDA ,_ __ PAGE-THREE

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with the Deerwood Country Club. book of American-Churches ches.repnrt .: "

'. that membersship among religious Suwannee Dam \ ttte! 2japcr .1e1u ..,

While in the waiting room of Dr bodies is falling. behind the population Success Not ; ,

Story and Smith (not as a patient growth .

rcIrr4f1 tho) my attention was centered on However the interview ministers Yet CertainAn Published Every Friday .

a handsome red Bible on the tablea rabbis, priest 'and informed lay
Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida
from the Barnes that
gife Drug Co. men agree a more profund re-
and Warlick Tact Supplies to vival of religious impluse is: begin- experimental dam on the Subscriptions Strictly in Advance .
Suwannee River has been completed -
ffidObPSt the doctors but for those ning to take shape in the churches.
surety but state engineers are unable' $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
! patients,who must wait. The type I Some believe that the "boom"I .
to determine the dam's effect on Cards of Thanks . $1.00 Minimum
.u'rn I" church membership was exaggerated the water level because of heavy, SYcamore 2-6331
ST_ Telephone
_"- and never reflected the rains recently.The .

J I'inner strength of religious. feeling. dam is; located at Suwannee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers

The Frist Baptist Church will be Faith" is outstanding among these Sunday Jan. 27 :Mrs. Cannady I Springs on U. S. Highway 129

host to a school of Missions be- notes Others are more memoranda went to Moultrie to visit her i Rev. Robert Allred of First Presbyterian I seven miles north of Live Oak. It Ella Washington 95 Years.,

ginning Sunday Feb. 10. This is j probably not meant to be publish mother :Mrs. C. C Wade. (Mrs. in Middletown N. Y. said, was built by the Division of Water
Candy herself recently n the hospital i I"We were caught in the trap of of the
the north division of Suwannee ed but they have exercised a wide Resources and Conservation -
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Association. including these churches influence: on theology* ) She carried prepared food statistical success. Too many people Florida State ,Board of Conservation -. B
: I I for the dinner. A sister living in were brought into the church and after that group finishes
The '
group,was small that :Moultrie came with a prepared by fear of war, hope of social pres- of it will be I
a experiments
First Baptist, Jasper, Jennings, day evening but the. 'Ih1rs-1' other
dinner tige or nonreligious reasons. x
as did also a sister from turned over to the Suwanne River I
earnest. Those .
Bright Pond Corinth live Oak. present
Macon end brother Methodist Bishop, John Wesley
a near by. All in I
Authority-a 12-county group
First Baptist Church, Westwood, &; Mrs. Fred "Whitaker Mrs. Bonnie this Lord, of Washington said "the .
wound up with a pleasant Florida.
very North
and Antioch. will be Hillhouse of White
There seven Springs, church recruited] who had
unplanned reunion. people
of the dam is to determine
missionaries and each church will Miss Virginia MiltonMr. and Mrs.
Loyd Wade and his wife of Moul- been starched :and ironed before
be host to one the several Pete Deas and Rev. Ed. 2tfont1gomery'o I if the water level of the upper -
churches bringing their particular !I trie decided to come to see his they were Suwanne River can be raised
sister Mrs. J. C. Cannady and finding for boat travel
enough pleasure ,
guest missionary on the appointed The 21st of I i
February is the date Some churches have pruned! the
went instead to the
gone during low water seasons.
night. set for the next Discussion of'' of worshiping I I even
names non
'young marrieds Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sunday
:1 John C. Camp of Jasper chairman I
Books. Miss Virginia Milton Cannady. golfers from their rolls.I .
Feb. 12th 10 in the the of the Suwanne River Authority -
at morning will leadthe subject "Gul- I However one minister said there I
entire association will meet at the livers Travels". You are invited. .55 is j said a high level dam will be

First Baptist in Jasper with the 14 When I read of the Discussions" ,: Wedding bells are getting in per-sonal i I built at U. S. Highway 9014 miles

missionaries each being introduo- I wonder why I miss them. Perhaps' shape for much ringing soon. .mong our new members theological !I west of Live Oak if the present 'I _

,ed. Dinner will be served at the I won't again. i'! 1 dam proves it feasible. I
"The Immense Journey" by study Bible study,
"This would the scenic
noon hour. Loren Eisley involves anthropology in private homes, a parshioners demand I open I '
This is a fabulous program, and Suwanne River to boaters the year .
I had
a nice phone conversationwith for better '> -
archeology, paleontology bioloby. sermons more dignified -
round. shoal
you are invited.# Mrs. Elmer Hancock of Tam- geology and chemistry" some of ; worship in cutting: down on I j I areas north At present or Highway several 90 make I!I II !ELLA WASHINGTON 95 YEARSI girls end a boy Richard who use
pa. She and Elmer came up for these mighty big words for social activities in the churches. I I I
work for the
By Vlrgie Hyman Watsons. The three
Tindall Olivi Cor- when the Ito
Mrs. Frank ( the weekend to visit :Mr. and Mrs. . I i:boating dangerous water ,
bett) and Mrs. Julian Tindall of At- .Frank Hancock. Elmer with as written in the' 1 level is low," he said. I I After Reid Green left the other ,girls were Betty, Ella, Mary. Mary
was "Immense ( "Now math
lanta are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gulf Life for until his retirement Journey 'chemistry I "This river means too much to I I day I decided I'd look: up "Betty died in Lakeland, Florida last AprilIt
years I foreign language and',.
Evrett Browne and the fishermen I Young who was a faithful servant made me glad to' talk with
are recipients ::two years ago. They. have a There are graves in Evergreenthat ((English are all bubbling with more i!i boaters, campers, and I II |
of many social courtesies, airing home on Davis Island, a beautiful are carefully tended by loved ideas than U. S. Schools have''ever I'i I to have parts of jt inaccessible by ,
their stay. part of Tampa. Mrs. Hancock ones. This is not always possible, seen at one time. :boat part of the time." I If ito Reids Mother Mrs.: Ida Green I asked! her if there was something -

. works with the Tampa HospitalityCo. but it is a rememberable thing to I Instead o fthe "hits and pieces" i f\f Frank Mohler, hydrologist for I i Knight-But I was too late Betty r I could do for her. She said

Friday afternoon. Feb. L Mrs. see a grown son tenderly caring for approach to the texts of l high school the Division of Water Resources died J I last August. However I found she didn't need anything for her-

Horace Lewis and Mrs. Raymond the graves of parents tho gone for subjects a thematic course now ,laid heavy rains hit two weeks J JI J JI Ella Mathis her sister. I new all 'self. She has a daughter living in

Camp entertained at a Dessert: This is the time of year for big many years.I (in being devised by Educational!:I I before.the dam was completed and i|I those Locke women high class [Jax. Ella prefers Jasper.
Bridge at the Camp home, honor will delay his experiments until ,,negroes well esteemed by both
savings in case you have thingsycAI am reminded of the book: by i Services Inc. a non profit organization '! I I I I But she was collecting' money to
ing the visitors from Atlanta. plan to like furni- Loren Eisley "dedicated the ( i i iJow water season in midsummer1or races. EDa lives in a white house
buy anyway, to -I Ia I I ,help build a stone church on an
# ture or clothes or special cloth and memory of Clyde Edwin Eisley,a Last week the Ford Foundation December trimmed in green next to Peter I(other street next to a two story
All this week Rev. Mr. Bob Bled- He said the water level must be Gillis on the left hand as :
you go
etc. Things you've just been wait- who lies in the o fthe prairie handled
over ;$1,000.000 to help E.j boarding house. I her a contribution -
soe pastor Haines City Methodist raised by "backing up" the river the dirt road to the cemetery. i i
ing to come down. We do not build frontier but is not forgotten by his S. I. on all fronts. It was started and told her when they
Church has held a revival at the during a low water Cow. to make Ella was visiting a neighbor but I I
town off elsewherefor
our by racking! son. by M I T. Physicist, Jerrold I start building I'd help more and get
Jasper Methodist Church. It has the same things we have here. Zachariss when 'proper tests. He will make hourly her next door neighbor went for her 1
he set out to
been said that Bob Bledsoe is one There are dead shrubery, long revamp .depth readings up and down the 1 She is tan and straight as I am !'you to help too. Thats a promise to

of the outstanding young ministers Young 6 years old Lonny Kellyof dead, out at Evergreen that shouldbe High School physics. In His river to determine if the river is with quiet dignity characteristic of 'I Ella. They already have $1,000

in'the Florid&Qz ference. Lake City swallowed. a quarter pulled up and put in the trash. tory Scholars tools thought one to use allscholarly (being backed upstream ,or if water I[her race and time of life. She Is I They told her if she collected $3.00it
*..i, and there it is, safe and sound in When this winter is past perhaps I j I situation specific'I |is escaping into the many under- 95 years of age-free born she would please them and she knows
I perhaps will be better'than
J.GREAT BOOKS DISCUSSION his stomach. The Xray shows. we'll do better out there. ] ground caves which make this I!:said, three years after the she can do better than that.

.' The g reat Books Discussion They took: him to Jacksonville ,to S55 I,of history skimming at a time.over .great hanks.>area a mecca for skin-divers. I j der.The Surren-I And it's a Baptist Church at that

group meeting Thursday eveningJan. I. see what was thought best to There are a few more days yet to I I I Water level was 38 feet elevation Locke family came from I;But you won't mind. I'd do as
31 at the Hamilton Librarywas do. In the meantime he was to send in your March of Dimes I above mean sea level when dam Thomasville, Ella said 'about a'much for your denomination. Try
Young have
led by Ed. Montgomery. The 'feat bread :and potatoes and such. money. Let us remind you of this. Camp out.)construction began. Top of the dam J hundred years ago. "There were 3 me.
Friday Night Feb. L .
subject was "Thoughts" (Pense'es) 'I. March of Dimes Polio, Arth- Is 49 feet. At present water is pour- j I

by..Blaise Pascall mathematician, I airs. Lydia Harbudc has returned rifles Birth defects, It makes a his"Young 11 th !birthday John Dedge with celebrated' Ing 2% feetover the flashboardslset I-II I

theologian and! one of the greatest home from a visit to Jacksonville better world to have these under a stag par- at 45 feet elevation. Elevation

writers of French proseborne to fir and Mrs. Lamar Bryant control. ty that is, if you call a camp out by of the river bottom 21 miles vp- j Dine & Dance
that name. It in his ;
was backyard
June 1623. i I and Mrs. Charlotte Johnson 55 stream at White Springs is 50 feet
These Pense'es are thoughts on and others of the large family con "The great postwar religious re-I sleeping and stay- elevation and this will provide a I
ing awake of ,
religion and other subjects. These nections. vival in the.U. S. is over and; cooked their most the night. They (No Admission Charge)

collection of notes was published Friends of Charlotte: will be in- many. churches leaders are thankfully own supper around a I

after: his death. "The Road to terested to learn she is employed saying "Amen". The ear-]1 campfire I as men love to do and of 1935 to re-read "Little Pacific
I[:crawled into sleeping bags for doz; BAND ON FRIDAY NITS
the story of a little negro boy. "My

Four different ways to make going I Morning ing.think_ much The came nearby time and was they parentsjdid'nt lost fried in sleep.eggs portah Da.lds7'a on"Portah"the Burlinton'.herald; railroad.He's ,a. Admission $2.00 Couple No minors .Please l ,:'

and I don't know He use to be a portah on the Union
else for
; more fun than getting thereYou I'breakfast It was a jolly affair Pacific". I was named after the LITTLE HICKORY

I'I for the young bachelors. Those in Union Pacific.
the There's an ad in that old maga Formerly Country Kitchen Madison
party were Kenny Tuten Dan-
zine"Learn be
i can see why one of America's win make you think that ice and snow ny Sapp, Don Selph, Bobby Blackman :Marjory I always meantto r L

favorite outdoor sports is driving are kid"stuff;:and for pure adventure, Bobby Hickman: Danny Mor take that course but never got vr -

i Chevrolets,with four entirely different :America's ,only,sports car, Corvette gaD Gettys Frank Braswell. John around to it. Money maybe and r

kinds,of cars to choose from. There's now in two all-new versions with'looks Dedge. 5 then I forgot all about it until it _

'theJ'el-ImoothChewolttaboutasJuxu- can stop traffic like a rush-hour I Ii wasn't advertised anymore. 1962
i To night I couldn't sleep-- I got
rious as you can go without going over- blizzard.Picked your favorite already! out old !' Such people as Mary Pickford, j
an magazine'
board in price; the low-cost The next thing is to take 'severe i test for Vanity Fair '. Norma Sheater, Rupert Hughes j
the dam. \
Chevy If,good-looking car the wheel at your Chevrolet Ruth Chatterton wrote testimonials (

that would send any family szI r dealer's.If that doesn't have \ about it; I Vnl

packing; another family you thinking of places to ,".. J. ,c / S. : i Tags

favorite,the sporty Corpatr, .-. go, maybe you'd rather just ; There are certain games that go
whose rear-engine traction Keeps Going Great have a ball around town! I with the early Spring marbles

and stick-frog. Maybe you don't

know stickfrog. I had! forgotten until I :

1 aT I came across an old pocket ExpireJ

knife. But it isn't really spring yet.A .

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[ A Scrriet .t Y..r Ded.-l. txficU*.
Yow Local 'U.tical Society Md UWATER ,.
r'loeida KecIic A"'W"-otoI- Respectfully ,

:-4 ,,to.", have your AJB' THE BODY DAN BRAS WELL

2&A'i bab/s ,'
portrait Debrdratioa may be defined f' Tax Collector
made color as the removal of water from
fo .
,the body or a tisane and alsoas I 1 I .. I
the condition which results
Only a professionally made from undue loss of water. Ia a

4 :: "i I color portrait can capture the with person loss it is of usually both water associated,>,add

"'" : rose petal softness- of yourbaby's salt.

cb e ic. .F The failure to r driak is the

.. I." the coddly; wamTaliveness most frequent cause of lack of
water ia the body. Ia people
.: everything except his who are debffitated and too "bq
r Mass aDd gurglings.: 'weak to respond to thirst dehydration o4io.n. s 'k vw n.a1 rRARs
I may be noticeable.
.t CaD us. Let us photograph Persons ia i flats el tad

.. him before he grows a CO83CSOB5MU Of t'Hill' often
unable communicate that
r day older. We are specialists.d.'his \ i .yuy are .th Bt7.

baby portraiture- .. Water starvation rapidly ea
become a serious condition.
Death can come quicker from rave
i ( : water starvation than from the o.

flTi IiI lack of any other article of diet.
It is estimated that a human
can lire only about eleven days
without water. Too little waterin Low Price $&95
the body causes the.blood to NIGHT PHONE
CORYAJR MONZA CUB COUPE become thick aad decrease ia

volume the circulation to slow PER CYLINDER SYcamore 2-5001
and stop and death results.
Chemists refer to water as
the universal solvent, for it will
I Carole JamesHats dissolve more materials than ACROSS STREET FROM FIRE STATIONHOLLOWAY'S
any other pure Iknrid. This is
especially important ia the human

I body Water provides the .
necessary environment for the :
continuous and varied life processes -
I within the body. There .
I Valdosta Ga. is ,water ia every'cell aad be-
tweea all cells. Water :
com -
<_'", Era Lowtber prises as much as 7$. per cent .
= of the body weight.
'I' -
,;, Thirst as with (russet;. is .

CORVETTE STING RAY SPORT'CQfft Name.Breed.. Hats an instinctive self-presercatJon __ ___ -...;.;;;. :;;. _'_--= -__ t. j
III thftt points to a boyneed.
,e. g .urge "
% .. The normal needs 1"N} ( I IT thr. C'OMMl, JITY -:
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c. \ADDRESSES : : You ;Anci Your Sc .OOI : I i Valentine Dance. Saturday Teb.
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F. H. Lows :11 Senior Chatter
GARDEN CLUB ,. ConservationService 19 1963, Hours 9 p.m. to 1 am at
The Jasper Garden dub met \\yy.M L Powell SchoolsA ?.V' 4,- the Lake City Armory LakerCity.
in Hamilton County : Principal, Jasper: .; .: by Serious Us : I Florida. Music by Carr-Tunes ofGainesviD
Friday at the Florida,Power Lour I i _
On 3 Beautiful Models : Admission; '3.00
ge. Mrs. Mamie Bryan and :Mrs. Missed I PAUL H. WEBER',00nsenaUonlst' .,
3 ou week. 1
good problem solving technique merit upon it. However we shaH I couple. sponsored by Beta Sigma
Homes C. B. Harrison were hostesses. Just that missed
Quality so busy we our :
A special Arbor is to concentrate on solvingone at a later time go into the real ,Phi. XI ALPHA and OMEGA; Chap
very program on friends-but we shall make up for
problem at a time -A math I The regular February 'meeting ters. Door prizes and some lucky;
) LEE Day was presented by County needs for a building I program for, our silence this week. I
student or science student might I of the Hamilton Soil Conservation lady present will be chosen Valen-
I Forester J. W. Kelly. Jasper children.The A special event is coining up on _
become well confused if'he District held Leona's Res-,tine Queen.
BUILT ON YOUR LOT quite was at
Mr. Kelly talk; was very infor- problem of seuring, operational Sweetheart Day our miss J. H.I j I
tried to solve several problems Itaurant, Saturday. Present were
OR ONE ACRE OF mative. He told how many pine I funds for the County Board S. Contest. (a nice artcfle is in this Chairman
simultaneously. The same thing is Clyde B. Hunter. Vice
had been planted in 1962. He :of issue about it).
urg- Instruction
LAND tax re- t01a1mnn.
of its.I fition to holding fence the
ed true community problems Jesse Fouraker, Joe S. up a

No Down Payment .. fires.everyone He told to of help the prevent great damage woods I rather difficult to solve more than :vision from is an entirely different problem Brenda is busy bribing her tea-I Howell Roy Blair and J. W. MitchelL -I dike will be designed so as to help
time. Now it is true ; the building program; R. A. control flood waters.
one at a quite Andrews Luther R. Ard
Up to 30 years to pay which one small fire could cause.A however it is related to it. We chers so'that they will give her a I
different and this
that writer
attended. } Since the ten inch rain of last
Christmas good recommendation for S. Vln-
Lighting report was could
5%% Interest easily move out in the direc- I
Last of activitieswas
read to the community; problems cents Hospital. year's report spring complaints have been heard
group. tion of school facili- I II
Call or write At the close of the the !E can be providing plant read and reviewed. Pending about water damages caused by
FRANK STEWARTBox hostesses served sandwiches meeting .J. ., ''' verycloselyi) interlocked ties now and just as soon as practical Our Senior boys' team have an- jobs of dikes .water control and changes of the draining pattern
and I
I or feasible look towards In-
'x''' and woven other to their list. pond construction discussed.
cake and coffee. victory were i i brought about from construction of
408 MoultrleGa The -1 together in'creased operational funds through Rodgers continues to do a good sets priorities and final Interstate 75. Some of these are

Ph 985-2931 985-1241 February president was book announced month ,so that our t r__ such a manner''ed some evaluations possible tax revision. Increas I Job in all of his classes. i I authority on when work shall be!(from land! owners distant from thebig

program will be centered around //that it becomes could eventually. The Sophomore girls really like I done what shaH be done first etc. road. During a ten inch rain
bring about reduction in the mii'lage II I
difficult to | a -Chuck( and C Contractor Russell Conrad
our library. 3 sep-+' W. started -p there is likely to be flooding most
rate for both
arate one from outstanding building another dike. This one anywhere and the degree of dam-
t the other in order 'bonds and operational costs. This I Hurst is making headlines- a ,is on the Will Carter place. It:age from one cause is not ,to
the should be a glad day for those tax- new name "universal joint." I easy
to begin will be through nearly; a half mile determine Sometime it is possibleto
I solution of any of them. This payers who are now carrying the j i I i We are looking forward to June:.:of swamp Fencing has been impossible make some kind of evaluation
,load. However here is a problem 1 1I !16 why-be graduated-and leave
seems to be the situation in whichwe because of the water. In ad- however. This may be attempted.I .
I find ourselves here in Jasper at ,,requiring much thought and careful for Washington and New York. ,i I -------+- --

) the present time. We know thereare and adequate planning and Linda still likes to go sailing.I

two immediate and possibly a :analyzing priofjto ,determining ,a I We have a new book in English 1t1tHalf Pints .qPAliJt :;
ftoVE third problem that exist for the i i definite course of action. It is avery i i S.. M. gave a talk to the Defense I!

people of Jasper and Hamilton ; real problem and one that:I Class last Thursday night. He dida

4. County and for the Board of Public j i cannot be solve itself. J I Ii II fine job. i Our: milk and cream is
Instruction to deal with and solve. t I i The matter of school consolidation -I Syl says that he hates verbs and A
Now if these three problems be- is another problem and is not j I nouns. j I -. 7 t as rich as Irish Sweepstakes :

; NOW! come thoroughly mixed and muddied i really pressing as the other two i i Judy has opened a typing busi- : winner. Children i

we could very wen come up However if we were asked to do so ;i ness.Edna require it for strong, firm
I with no solution to any of them! we could make a very excellent! and Lynette went to Valdosta -'

I I which would reflect towards the detriment .:. case for school consolidation. We on Saturday. They report a bodies and glowing

of our school children who have learned long ago that school I I wonderful time. cheeks. Serve it with
'" s cttu ecrt are rapidly passing through our;d I leaders could lead no faster and Our busy secretary Ruth is always t every meal.

yscu2aY schools either with or without the no further than the people were willing I reminding us of a bill.-the .

educational opportunities which to go and until such time that .latest is for cap and gowns. :

i they are justly entitled to receive. the people of all sections of this!]I Eddie still argues that Babe Ruth j.H Use Our

BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE: CHURCH OF CHRIST Let's list and take a look at these county see for themselves the necessity -I was[ the most outstanding playerof F A : Quick Drive-In .

BAPTIST CHURCH I.I problems. The first and most for school consolidation, it his day.
Pastor Rev. Henley I Between Jasper and Jennings I. pressing seems to be that of providing I iwiH' be no desire intent or purpose j I b-" Service
Monday School _. 10:00 on highway 41 I :Mike likes black cars better than
adequate school plant facilities ![on our part to seek to prod or, -ON-
Morning Service 11:00 I Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll: for the junior and senior high I'coerce the different school com- he does blue cars.

Union ,,, ............. Lm.1 Jackie likes the class. .
Training junior
x. Worship; Service ........ 11 to 12 school students of Jasper and at munities into a school consolidation I Iprogram I : I PURE, SWEET

Evening Worship _..._ :Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00 the same time providing for necessary -I,,[ against their wishes. We I I Betty Gean asks everyone to|!1 Half Pints soy, MILK
Midweek Prayer Service every I Wed. ... I I do give ideas about decorations so j "More milk,if you plas
Evening Bible Study. 7:00 ; improvements for the other 1[ believe that unless the trend of i d
Wednesday at 730 p.m. I please I help.Everyone. So we can stre' and other
; grow g
Phone WE8-2091 of
school: communities of the county. losing population is halted and
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JASPER'METHODIS I The'second problem is the of secur- unless there is a growth in industry I I remember to always i iI Like Hercules. Dairy Products
"The Friendly Church" I additional revenue with which I and population within the
i ing county tell the truth cause George never'
Pastor 'Rev. O. C. Howell' I I Sayer Canova, Pastor. to operate the schools as nearly! that there may eventually come !I told a story-not even abut the I

ORDER OF PSRVICE adequately as possible.The a time when consolidation will be- cherry tree. J .
Sunday School... ..... 9:45 a.m. Sunday School at 9:45 ._ V f f rf &* of school consolidation -:I come desirable and necessary and More later until broken
:Morning Worship _,. 11:00 a.m. problem I that
Morning Worship a.m. ? ??
Everyone 4 invited I Training Union ........_._......- 6:15 has been injected into the discussion I I perhaps even mandatory from the heart is mended, bye. I S uiufinnEE Vflt w MiiTOi
EVENING' :SERVICES: i Evening _Worship 7 30 in some areas of the coun!state J level. But that problem is not

Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. I .Prayer Services Wednesday ty. All of these are local problemsand pressing us at the moment unless CASH & CARI? SgiiiigUS.

Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 pjn. 1 __ _at 7:30. p.m. will demand solution at the t|that is what the people of the co. I!that we should concentrate on the f
local leveL It is certain that we really want. Until we get more ,solution of the first two problems
"Youth Fellowship __ 6:00 p.m.1 JASPER CHURCH OF GOD 4-1 me TVI
indication in thiS 'I *
l cannot solve problems by ignoring direction. we feel and that right speedily.
Service 7:00
Worship pjn. Rev. Earl Deas I
them. become acute
They more
Youth Social Hone 8:00 Sunday School -.?..?. 10:00: a.m. I
pOIII.1 Morning Worship ._.?.. 11:00 a.m. Neither can we solve problems by
BETHEL PRIMITIVE I Evening Worship ...,.... 7:00 pan. confusing issues. It seems'that we
Bible Study at W each TUESDAY need to have clear cut delineationof \ GET A

Church Service 11 a.m. 7 p.m.! Prayer Meeting .__,.._ 7:30 pjn. each problem and then proceedin

PBYE Each 6:00 First( p.m.and 3rd each Sunday.Sunday P. E. ....-FRIDAYSY. .- 1 7:30 p.m. solution the direction to each of individual the best problem possible '.; '.. : ;: BOY YOU >-'.:TV c *5 y %J4 *'***** '_r f

Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor I 1 From where we sit the most '' ; 1JJ; '
pressing and immediate problem is '

JASPER PRESBYTERIANCHURCH WHITE SPRINGS that of proper and adequate housing .. ? .. __ I

SERVICE Rev. Ed. Montgomery Jr. Pastor for the Jasper junior and
Rev. E. F. JR., Service _
Montgomery I I Evening 7:30 p. m. senior high school students. To us
Sehoo1--9 a. m. .
Sunday -'. '
this seems to be the problem; that 't'J.-
Services .__ _. __ 11:00 BURNHAM CHRISTIAN should have first priority. A school ... 1:-,' ,
I .. .
JASPER ADVENT Paul H. Stewart Pastor building program is a long and r -

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. I Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 tedious matter at best. We know J" ".

Travis Carter Church Service Second and Fourth the route that seems to be neces- --;-.. --- '

Sunday School........... 10 am. I Sundays .................. 11:00 s ry. We must first determine rt
Morning Service .......11:00 a.m.I:CYF and Bible Study Second and not only the needs of the Jasper :

Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.j I Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 School but we must also determinethe FORD DEALER ANNUAL '
Wednesday night: needs of the other schools of I S _

Choir Practice ...... 7:30 JENNINGS METHODIST the County and come up with a "

Prayer Service ...... 8:00 P.m.j II "Enter- Rest Pray" total cost figure for county 'wide .. '.

CHURCH I I Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. needs. Then the County Board of INTER $PALS
I Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. Public Instruction must be peti-
WALLACE F. each 8 tion to call a bond election enumerating -
Prayer Meeting Thurs
Sunday School _..........10 ajn.reching [Worship Services 2nd and 4th p.m. the items & the cost provided -

--- 11 ajn.I I Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m for in the bonds. Then the bond REMEMBER LAST YEAR? ONCE AGAIN, COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF
Training Union .......... 6:30pjn. election must be submitted to & acted

Wednesday night Prayer Sunday School every Sunday at the county. If the bond issue is

Meeting ...........-_ ?30 ***. I 10:30 a.m. carried the bonds must be advertised DELIVERIES! EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! FOR TRUNKFUL. OF SAVINGS, HURRY IN RIGHT NOW! .
I Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. .
and! sold. If all well finally .
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CHURCH OF COD Training Union 6:301 m.
WEST LAKE at I a building progrm may be ableto .>
Sunday School 10:00 Lm.I Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday ",, J
.7:30 pjn.MISSIONARY get under way. If we were to "
Y.P.E. Sunday ..._ 6:30 pjn. '
for handsome
seriously consider a school build- Trade now a -
Payer Meeting Thurs. 7:30 p.m I BAPTIST I
ing program now ,it would be practically new middle
WHITE SPRINGS Jennings, FloridaBra ; two full years before we < < weight Fairianel Big-
W. D. Stewart. Pastor
FIRSTBAPTIST'CHURCH could hope to occupy a new school -- -- car advantages at
Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. :
E. Bailey,
Rev. C.
plant. The longer we put this off compact cost. Nine
School 10:00 Lm.1 (Each Sunday)
Sunday the longer we will deny'these children .. -
Morning Service 11:00) a.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at ,, models-Including
Training: Union 7: ))0 p.ra. I 11:00 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. 'the education facilities and new middleweightwagons

Eveninjc Services 8:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday opportunities they so sorely need and hardtops. .
Wednesday prayer service" 8 p.m.I at 7:30 1>>.ID. now. We 'would be most' happy to
have any citizen in the county to I
FIRST inspect our school and pass Judg-
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard H. Woodard, Pastor

,Sunday School 10:00 ajn. Horning Sunday. School Worship__ 11:00 10:00 a.m.a.m. :>,: Save on a big F&rdJ) .; ,, t.";
(A class for every age group) 1 Ford Galaxie'snew
Worship Service ........ 11:00) a.m. training Union -- 6:30 p.m. Enjoy
'Youth Fellowship>> __ 6:00) p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. $10 Million Ride
PASTOR'S ,SCHEDULE Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. -' .. -.... In a luxurious sedan

"White Springs every Sunday at I 3 3.aMiawIBasc hardtop, wagon, or
11:00 juw. '
convertible aH! with
:Swift Creek each Third Sundayat I GOD .s In> wEEK'Llacstbn
service-saving features
3:00 ,Rev. F .Newton "
p.m. I George too: "
I Sunday-School:_ 10:00.a.m. izs' e roowrr !
Morning;Worship 11:00 r.m. s
,GEORGIA Wednesday flight ';30 pjn. ..,., fQ'DK.1S
Allen Br oker. Pastor I Prayer Service )

:Sunday School ........... 10:00 ajn.' Y. P. ,E. Friday 'Night 7:30
Worship>> Service' 2nd and 4th .
Sundays ....--r, ,11:30 n.m. JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD -Now's the Bme a S
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at. CHURCH wagon from Ame salai
7:90p.m.. Sunday School each Sunday at wagon specialist
: __
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at lOtfp a. m. RESORT 'MOTEL '.- Choice of 15 wagons
8:00 p.m. Services Each
Sunday moraine
MYF Social Hour Each ThursdaySUWANNEE I in 4 sizes including
and eveningOld .I! %AIr CondStIoMcI and tiIaI. -= -
CHURCH: OF I time Gospel SIng last Friday Luxurious fresh Wtftr Pool 1-- --------r them Ford Gataxie

THE NAZARENE I each month ............. 8 pjn. Convenient*o Golf Counas RaceTracks Country Sedan illustrated <...

Fad: Florida I Rev. O. Thompson ,All tKnoHon, Supper here.
aid Nit.O
Leslie C. Poe Pastor ,
Sunday School ........ 10:00.AJVL:,I FIRST STATENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH .Phone' to oH RoosCod ra.-
GEORGIA Inalios Tab dead S asr cad
Service ......11:00 AJ& '
PreecMag .D. W.Kasaoa Pastor
tiled Bo:*fa E*. U*
Eve Service ........ 7JO);-.P.K.. (Services Eack .Sunday) 1 .feohbfc Collie .y rfgHCANOHCHMEMQTM dri e BE SMART..BUY SMART! P.S. YOU-R- .PBESCNT CAR DOES'NOT HAVE TOiBE'PAID FOR!

Wcdpesday Prayer Meetfag ,:3.. Sunday School -.:.._, 10:00 a.m. :....,..a -- --"

Morning Worship ,,._ lljOO .... : cioa 1.cIuIwe'.I.. .
CORINTH MISSIONARY Training Union 6:30 p.m. i 'Qwca1V :) :

BAPTISTaK. .cH Prayer Service' Wednesday at I .la oahd tlir.cltr a...,.M .J
'Bra. W..,.Pastor 1Ip.m..

ondy.School (every Snndy at 'l:8 IUD. ...... Lewis Motor Co '

ctpt fifth may) 10 a.m.reaeb WHITE SPRINGS I .. \ ct :
Service each Svsdayft ,
11 a..,*ai TaM g. '! ; ;
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tct: f'fb:=,r ptismtt"t ,Jesus."as tfaeC3HTSt( asd look, far tion., The'Lord" demeriefc-ated; : 'toPeter.ina *6f'' ".
I : '. Invasion Eights Get Pensions
+ justJOBe as vaKd! :or-authorized to another Christ Consequentrgafter'Chrfsf vision that the ,Gentiles
pIe s e God! and to receive the.'pro-1\ cameTthege-who,were:then were .acceptable'Bunder- :Christ-. I Beverage Agents and the According to Deputy Sheriff Russell
raised' blessing of the obedient. I|baptized "of/John'sbaptism"had. to Acts'10: -11, 28) As'proof' to other "Oil import restrictions adds un- Today, more than two years after: County Sheriff cooperated last I Rhoden law enforcement personnel
(Eph. 4:5y There had been':'two : be baptized again When some Jewish Christians, the Gentiles necessary millions of dollars of the law was passed Veterans Ad-: week in the destruction of a still had information there was
other Is' Ephesians' acknowledged that they costs to the"production of electricity ministration officals said and] the arrest of its alleged operator -
many i
baptisms'prior future.Four' '
; one honored had been
were as they a still in the area,but along search
had been John's the eastern of Florida widows of abbout six miles east of Jasper -I
baptisms then are mentioned baptized unto baptism the Jews in the beginning. Peter throughout part and orphans
I in the New Testament record. ; this at a time years after summarized, "Forasmuch then as the nation* said W. J. Clapp, president World War H and Korean conflict out Route 6. Arrested was Harry .brought no results until one of the

These we wish to discuss in chronological Christ had been* crucified, Paul God gave them the like gift as he of Florida Power Corporation. veterans who were not disabled are Clark, colored, also known as bebverage agents came upon a
order. said unto them; John verily baptized did unto us, who had beleived on Mr. Clapp speaking to the Annual apparently unaware they are 11* Arthur Drone, of Jasper. He was wild hog path and followed it to the
of gibe for released on $1000 bond and wfll ap still After a wait near the site
-) JOHNS BAPTISJH"John's with the baptism of repentance the Lord Jesus Christ What Banquet the Charleston (South pension under certain con
f j saying unto the people, that that I could withstand;God? When Carolina( Chamber of Commerce, ditions. : pear before the grand jury on Mon Clark was apprehended near the
baptism derives its name .they should belie on hint which went on to point out that "these Before July' 1, 1960, widows and day. still at 8:40 a.m last Friday.
)from its ,administrator. When :they heard these things, they held I
Paul asked the Ephesians *unto should comeiaftgr him, that is, on;i,their peace, and glorified God, saying extra unnecessary costs are borne children of World War n or Korean,
Christ JesujJWhen' they heard this by all electric customers where oil service men were entitled to .I
... what they had been baptized they then hath God also to the Gentiles pen-
they were baptized in the name of is used or where oil prices govern .
replied "unto Johns granted repentance unto Life" sions only if the deceased veteran 8 ;
baptism" the Lord JeUs''Acts 19:4-5. This I the price of natural In Florida II
gas. had a service-connected I
(Eph. 19:3)) (Matt. 3:7) John was (Acts 11:17-18) (Acts 15:7:8) )Rom : disabilityat
demonstrate Ihe fact that for baptism for example, these restrictions i the time of his death. .
the admlnisistrator and for this he 15:16)) (Gal 3:26-28) Since the rev-
:. to be valid it must be for the will cost the customers of Florida I.
is known as the immerser or bap- lation of God is complete (perfect) I Beginning on that date Congress
authorized not
"purpose; we are Power Corporation an estimatedL4
tist, notice he not called I and confirmed Holy Spirit baptismhas
was a baptist I. provided pensions for the widows
now to be baptized looking for the $ million in 1963. They are artificial -
but the baptist. Many in those Messiah to come to earth. He has served it's purpose. Heb. 2:2-3 restrictions and orphans of these veterans on
days were called according to their i i (James 1:25) (Jude 3) (1 Cbr. 13:8- an equal basis with the pensions
{come already:. and his Kingdom 1 10 residual fuel oil; they are not needed -
f trade since last names were not :) granted to World War I veterans'
the church has been established. to domestic
protect producersof .
Pt used commonly 'as, they are today.In t "CO3IMISSION BAPTISM" widows and orphans. It is no longer ,:
(CoL 1:13, Mark ,:9:1, Acts ,1:6-8, When oil or coal:"and serve only to
M rk 1:4; the record 'John Jesus commissioned the
says 214.) ,', /' unnecessarily increase fuel necessary for the veteran to
f did baptize in the; wilderness, and ; gospel to be preached to the world prices. have had service-connected disability
: Mr. Clapp also said that the in- -
i said
preach .the.baptism of repentance >He "He that believeth and is Kenneth Daniels
; County
J for the, :remission of sins"... The : Holy ,Spirit baptism derives its baptized shall be saved" (Mark 16 vestor-owned-utility industry is the.nation's Serivce Officer pointed out. ,
. element into which,'one was burl name-from-the-element John said!115-16) This commission 'as given!' larg st taxpayer, and each The pension
lied Was water: "/n$, .John also of Jesus, :;He-, shall> baptize you;to the apostles as the ambassadors, year makes larger net capital in- $monthly for range widows.: from.For,$25 each to

,I was Baptizing in Aenon near to, with the Holy:Ghost" (Matt. 3:11) ''we execute as authorized in their vestment in new plants and equip- child, $15 a month is added. r'T
l I Saliirf because there was much Jesus then' is 'the":administrator. :teaching. (I Tim. 3:15, 2 Tim 2:2) ment than any other industry. The pension for orphans is $35 :

l water there: And they came and The Holy Spirit: is_the- element into ,This is the "One baptism" valid Mr. Clapp said, "Our industry ,monthly. ::1tAbove :1tj: j
, were baptized.:* John, 3.23. Mark which the,;//sufcject, are immersed I today. It is associated with the spends more for new construction I 'T
1:8, Acts 1:5)) The subject of his or" overwhelmed.:' The subject God|salvation of men and as long as each year, and has a total invest- This benefit may be payable toveteran's I
baptism was the believing Jew who promised would was willing to obbey God in repen- 2:28) Some; ! tance, and look for the Messiah to word all cannot_ be classified and 1 time (1 Pet. 3:21.) The administrator to the American free-enter the pension because she remarried is a general view of the away from the mash. A kerosene

come, whose indentity he would hense still Applies,today, We would ,! are the disciples (Acts 8:38)). prise enconomy, Mr. Clapp called or her income or net worth exceeds primitive still, which apparently i burner was used to boil the mash.
learn in God's word. "And an the'I'just briefly, show that they really I I I (Acts 9:18) 10:48 etc. The efficacy 'attention to determined effort to certain limits, Daniels added. had been in use for some time. At left is Jack Garrett supervisor -
people that heard him, and thepublicans do not be fe ve."this, since they of baptism, however, does not depend I eplace the taxpaying electric utili- The income limit is $1,800 yearly I of the Live Oak Office of State
glorified God being bap would be.,admitting that even upon upon the Spiritual condition of :ty with tax-free electric utilities! for a widow and $3,000 annually fora It was located on the edge of a 'Beverage Department; facing him
! tized with the baptism of John.But ,the evil the'same: outpouring would I I the baptizer but upon the baptized.The :"This effort, he said, "has been 'widow with a child or children. I cypress swamp, and dirty swamp ,is Deputy Sheriff Russell Rhoden,
the Pharisees and lawyers rejected :then be ;'aSsUr cL- The logical ans- element is water. The only coordinated between various Federal The income limit for orphans is water was used in the vats, which and back to camera is Claude McDonald
the council of' ,God against themselves 'wer is that,upunto'this"tim,-Gods baptism that man can administer! Government departments. $ ,800 yearly exclusive of earned were to keep the hogs another state agent.Man .

', being not baptized of Him", law distinguished: between the Jew I is in water, and is the only baptism commissions, and bureaus, as wells income. I l ....
(Luke 7:29-30; Acts 19:4)) The pur- ,and Gentile but ,m the baptism of.. tism commanded (Acts 8:36) 1 the established adminis- I "
pose of John's baptism was in preparation -,the Holy,Spirit.;:no such distinction I|i Pet 3:21 The subject ofwater. baptism rations. valley The pension is paid if the deceased V
of Christ's coming and ,,would'be made and both Jew and are penitent believers WM are veteran was discharged under
the establishment of the Kingdom ; Gentile would be baptized, and baptized upon the confession "TVA continues to advocate the conditions other than dishonorableand

or church. It was prophetically,they were J Acts 2:14, Acts 10:44, their faith in Christ asGfd'ion.. expansion of their territory, in had 90 or more days of service
said Of him and he shall' go before 11:35-16) The purpose. or this baptism (Acts 8:37)y... spite of territorial restrictions put or was discharged sooner for a
him in the spirit and power of was tai !inspire' acceptance of Jesus said to teach, 'baptizing the on by Congress. The Bureau of service-connected disability.
Elias to turn the hearts of the God's" wfll.: Jesus'had promised the taught as they beleived Blatt''128:19 .Reclamation, which comes Under I
fathers to the children, and the diso Apostles 'lhe 'Holy'Spirit would -20) (Mark 161516.) The purposeof I the Department of the Interior,
bent to the wisdom of the just; guide thin' the revelation of all baptism is for the remissiion, of :started out in the West originally I
to make 'a people ready prepared :truth John ':16:13). On pentecost'they sins (Acts 2:38) that is to wash for the purpose of conservation of rY
for the Lord" Luke 1:7 Matt 3:1-3.: spoke:as moved by the Spiritin away sins (Acts22O6 to be saved water. Today, 29 percent of their

John's baptism was valid as long the preaching of repentance and CMfc 16:16) (1 Pet. 3:21) to destroy appropriations are for irrigation, C?.
as it served to prepare the people remission of sins in his name. the body of sin and walk in 71 percent for power generation
for the Lord's coming. To baptize .-' (Luke 24:47)). The Holy' Spirit fell newness of life (Rom. 6:3-7.) In and transmission. They have completely r

with John's baptism after ,on the household of Cornelius tol I every case of conversion recorded abandoned their originalconcept"
in the New Testament,the believerswere
Mr. Clapp told his audience that RAYMOND J. CAMP SR.f .
baptized (in water) (Acts 2: .
d SIafl elL 41) (8:12) 13:38) (9:18)) 10:48) 16: there is rincreased evidence o I
Y Ior recent efforts'to further centralizeour Raymond J. CamP Sr. 76. resident
15,33) ((18:18)) (19:9) (22:16 etc).
"FIRE Federal Government .. .. in the ; of White Springs passed,away Above Supervisor Jack Garrett
When it comes to building John BAPTISM"When form of further conrtol. invasion of Saturday night in Bradenton, Fla.I I Convicted Of looks over the three old drums us-
SKIP THE MONEY AND supplies, you'll get a good deal men-preached were in his some audience unrighteous 'privacy, ,and erosion of our individual -I where he was spending the winter. ed for vats. They were half buried
rt.TTLa FOR THIS LOAD if you choose from our selection with those who were receptive, ands freedprniw; One form in which Survivors are his wife of White Reporting False in the ground to keep them warm,
,OF HIGH-GRAOE -it's perfection! From siding with the promise of the Holy :these-receht. terts come is the ,con Springs, two sons. Raymond J., and the whole operation ",Was .a
UMBER to flooring we have it. Spirit to attend the righteous He trol of advertising end expense accounts Jr. and John C. (Buddy) Camp, Crime; Fined $500 dirty, smelly one.
I through the rules and both' of Jasper. One daughter Mrs. Deputy Rhoden reported that
;::% John said to the unrighteous of regulations -
; Christ He shall baptize you .. t of the Internal Revenue Walter B. Abel, Raleigh N. C.: Six In a case before County Judge dark (or Drone) had a long recordof
with fire" (Matt 3:11) The administrator :Service. This means that any money grandchildren and several sisters. John McCormick last week, W. J. arrests, and an FBI record as
t Y4Y USED T-V is Christ. The lement is fire.' spent for advertising, or through I Funeral services'were' held Tuesday Cressley Sr. was convicted by a well.
The subjects are wicked ,and the :expense 'accounts.over and above a, 3 p.m. from the family residence jury of falsely reporting a crimeto
ONLY $50uslsp purpose is for punishment" The I certain minimum, to protect our I II in White Springs. The Rev. the Sheriff's department and The sheriff's department: in the
: i Lord Jesus shall be revealed from I business against political encroach John Dicks, and the Rev. J. W.;' on February 7 he was*fined $SOO or course of their investigation took

I heaven with his mighty angels, in I ment, could not be allowed as a'Bailey, officiated.Ppllbearers six: months at hard labbor in the plaster casts of tire prints' found at
flamming fire taking :deductible item, for tax purposes."r were;Marvin O'Cain county!! jail. the scene, and later found they
RefrigeratorONLY ) them that know not God vengence and obey on Expenses of officers -,Henry Vickers, Cecil Kennedy, Harvey The Sheriff charged that on Dec- matched a truck In Cressley's possession -
owned utilities to meetings such Oehlert Paul ffillhouse. Horace embebr 14 he reported that his tavern and often used'by hinx After -
not the
.. .. 'L gospel of our Lord Jesus
.V< $ Lewis. this good due, they found
this as1 Hamilton
Christ (2 Thess. 1:7-8) (Matt 25:41) one said Mr. Clapp, in southwest county very
Mil.2lJy4SEE THEM I The baptism of fire is future ,to be have to be filed in detail, Interment was In Riverside ceme had bben entered and 23 cass of enough evidence to convince the
IN TIlE ADS RUN .administered upon the disobedient information as to when they oc-I tery in White Springs. Harry T. beer stolen. The establishment is jury that no crime had in fact been

'i" 8'I I when Christ comes to receive His cured where the ytook: place, what Reid Funeral Home was in charge. located near the EHavffle bridge. committed. Cressley lives in Lee.
!I subject is criticism of encroachment -
Kingdom or church and to de .r
:liver it to the Father. (1 Cor. 15:23- by the Federal Government
& 26). into i the power business, then their
"ONE BAPTISM"The entire expenses for their trips will DON'T MISS DEDGE'SCash

one baptism of today is the be disallowed.
U/LD RS' ELECTRICAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES* baptism of the pentitent believer It is," said Mr. Clapp, "sort ,

unto the remission of his sins. Paul of a Berlin Wall, USA, when I am
wrote that there is one baptism, restrained from protecting the in-
Eph. 4:5 and a few years later vestment of 25,000 average Mr. and :
Peter wrote that this is the baptism Mrs. Americas who put their risk ;

in water by which men are capital into the Florida Power Car _
saved by the Lord in obedienceI poration."
I ((1 Pet: 3:20-21) (Heb. 5:9.) ] 0

When men claim to be baptized in.i' Discount -
MortgagesMoney: water & in the Holy Spirit they deceive 'EVERY: TIME A FORESTFWtOTBKES

themselves and contradic
the bible There is one baptism. ] ,
When' men pray for the baptism o f

', fieetaday they askv' .. they know not what i YOU THRU FEBRUARY

Kenneth E. Thomas 1Ef BURIED. -- .
Evangelist Oak Grove ::4 .

Church of Christ .

Ph. WE8-2091) I I .r. 25% } >

AvailableIn SOOn
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This" Area! thanks do want to to the express doctors our, nurses Heartfelt .c; TO :

and orderlies at the Hospital, also : .. ,
I 'e" !!I> :"0'
We our friends and neighbors for their
Make First Mortgage -
kindness during the hi the "
,', stay '
: PI Loans" \ On AH Hospital-;-and recent cold.ay Nearly All Merchandise In Our Store-. '., ;
f t. '. ,God's :Richest blessings be "Every man is the -architectof .. ':'

Types, of\,; t Improved!," )'ours.Mr:,, and Airs. Will. McDonald To his a own certain fortune extent. .each" Salk individual I ; : When Sold for Cash! j

Re I Estate is largely responsible for

< ,'tt >'=' Pianos -- OrgansNew his tude own, ambition fortune and in life.manner His atti-of ,I ..* .We.Overbougbt: at Atlanta Market this year- .
in and see us for loans to construct... a home- handling the everyday complex '1 ,
or Remamifactured flies of ultimate good or bad. I
I pay off an existing home mortgage, purchase a home, It is true, of course, that the .
J made additions- Kohler aM.Gampbefl .mtban, vagaries of fate play a big role We Mist Make Room
to your present home.or farm, or Ivers and Pond 1i "t Miller in deciding one's fortune, often ,-
buy farm. e -- Pianos. Thomas:>Mtf Khn- with an impact great enough to

a : ,.. baH Traasistar'Qr \. MCOLONt completely reverse an established FOR NEW MERCHANDISE
: t} pattern. Despite this howeverthe -
Serving Hamilton Suwaanee :
Lafayette ,Counties tedhridaal in the vast majority

-- You: doa' have to be aa arcW- '

SAVINGS & LOAN ,ASSOCIATION ,I MARK tact to,pIaa jfce.easiest and me rtconrenkxit : ? .""
way to tfo yoar Tflna. : AT ---
of LIVE.OAK.**sWQH > ,Feotertng>->* . dry aad dinning; The newest ,< '
396 ,E. Howard X>e-MM JMfjfo" ':- ektc and bat ..-.nsee lamJry &: "-
LIVE OAK x* '. eleelag eesisNs cleaalae is armHaMe. a*JASPERLAUXBKY
Office HQUTU: 8:30 to3GO* on iBe.JIiraIIII Material & CXEAJ.T3W. Try |D&1> DukeFurriiture Col3y24lii

MOB., Tues., Wed., Fri. It .EPto-lEl. a'De.1... it :(
Ksos ,
For Fun Mien Watch far a red date oa
Thurs. 8:30 a.m. to 12:30() pjn : Contact jeer "'

'_... .:. Sattadap 8 .., _, : 'Leo ftr7; cleaatB la -' McJcctUs; ; ; worth' ," Jasper
.,.. -- { -. Jasper 2-MSl dry cleaaiac> trade. .


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Burnham N 1V 1' [HOSPITAL.PARTY TpjNOTC.Slst.BIRIHDAX ", Fuquannounces: -Bright Ir Pond

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By- :LOIS- ..- ZIPPERER' 4' ',I. '\ l' Mrs..Dacie' McGauley celebrated.: .Academy- : (* f :..' t 1 L--{.Pi.!...1 j Plans' 'Mi v.. ssonn ,r';:;, 7 1;fY. i t. x 'i r

b Greatest Book. v>* 1 jher 81st4? birthday Wednesdajffev NominationsCongressman .Co erence
.('I' i .
But to outweigh" aH harm, the sacTecfBoaki. ir I ning of this week even though she .Don :Fuqua this:; ; x:.. ( J f 1-i.1..! i :.t
: : '.', *--;-.'?*:<-' has been ill in'the Hamilton'Comity week announced his nominations Beginning Sunday morning, February -

In ,dusty, sequestration wrapt too Hospital for*several days. far the military service academies. 10, through, Friday. Feb. 1.5.
long All her children'gathered in her Named principal appointmentto I we will be priviledged to have 4r

Assumes the Accents of our native room with presents and a birthdaycake. the U. S. Air Force Academy in I seven foreign and -home: missionaries -

tongue The nurses came down to Colorado was Richard William Lit-i in our church and the public
And he who guides the plow or her room lor some ,of "Grannie'scake. whiler of i I is invited ai
.son Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
wields the crook "
J I' ny XJtwhiler of Tallahassee. First 1 This will probably be one of the
With understanding spirit now may
Everyone who knows Granny alternate .appointment to the Air greatest events in Bright Pond!

look, loves her very much and she really Academy is John Wayland White Baptist Church history. All of our
Upon her records
enjoyed the party. HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. members are urged to attend as we

Listen Transcendent to her songs boon, noblest that The children present were Mr. White Jr. of Tallahassee. Charles will also be studying the book.

earthly King. and T.Irs. H. L. McGauley and Mr. Edward Wells Jr., son of Mr .and The Chains are tSrong by W. C.

Ever bestowed to .equalize and and Mrs. Leon McGauley of Jasper Mrs. c. E. wens of Perry was I Fields. credit will be given. Service ...,

bless, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGauley named second alternate. j I schedule: Sunday morning

Under the weight of mortal Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dowda Robert Armin Frank, son of Dr. I worship at 11:00; Sunday: evening WHITE SPRINGS P. T. A. MEETS MONDAY, FEB 11

n IVretchedtaeSs.William.., Mr. and Mrs John Hill All of Jennings and Mrs. A.R1 Frartc..otMarlanna.I I worship 7:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS P T. A. MEETS MONDAY FEB.
each night Monday thru Friday. r: t .18.
I *
.Wordsworth ; and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar was named principal appointee to I .-.
McGauley of Lake Park. the U. S. Military Academy at West I I JASPER: P. T.. A. MEETS TUESDAY, MARCH 5

Mrs. Wallace Deas visited, Mr. Point N. Y. 1- Hospital News ,

and Mrs. Georgia::Young Sr. last dark Peat II White Springs
JENNINGSNEWS Crapps ,son Mr. ,

Tuesday afternoon..:...> :..- ',: and Mrs. P. C. Crapps Jr.. of Live P.T.A. To Discuss
; Williams Oak was named principal appointee -, I
Mr. and MTV R. TX and
to the Naval Academy at Annap
of Columbus, -Ohio spent some Civil DefenseThere
oils :Md.Named.
time with their_aunt.. Mrs. Eliza- by Ray Nell Burnett I ktt
beth Kramer las l. week..,. ThY I i ', -b I. as Congressional nomInees : will be a meeting of the-
were enroute to MiamTwhere-Mr. "Mr.: ancTMrs.' JesSil\A"w. Titts- to the U. S. Merchant Marine '" I White Springs PTA on Monday,

Williams has been transferred worth and son Bobby:were week- 'Academy were: Gregory Leo Higgins -f February 11, at '7:30 p.m. in the

with Eastern. Air Lines. They re- end guests of :Mrs. Tlttsworth's whose mother is from Green- PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL AS OF' school cafeteria.

marked they knew they were leaving mother Mrs. Clifford Dowda. wood; Levon McCormick, Chatta-t THURSDAY FEB. '7. Further plans for a civil defense

plenty of ice and snow in Ohio Little :Miss Wendy Deas was hooche; William Johnson, Talla- Mrs. Lottie Jacobs program for the 'school will be discussed -

but they didn't know'We had this one year old Sunday. She is the hasee; Arthur Eugene Preacher ;I Jim Clarity so it is hoped that all par-

cold weather in Florida* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I Bristol; Kenneth 'Roberts Tallahassee -,:Isbin Tomlinson ,. ents wit be present. The aim of

s t Deas. I ; Bobby Shingles, Tallaha-I James Fletcher I I the PTA: is to do: everything it can

(. Barrell Tyre son of Mr.. and'-Mrs. Jennings children are having a i ee; David King. Jasper; Tommy)Mrsfl Nettie Dees to further the health safety and

Jessie Tyre of Jasper is spendinga big time in the sawdust pile at the i Pin iphery, Marianna; and Jack.Mrs. Lillian Rhodes I I education. the children in the

thirty one day furlough at home. sawmill. .Glenn Davis, Madison.. I i Mrs. Nellie Law school. Every parent should be interested -

He is in the Navy and has spent the The Miss Jennings High School I: The young men named to the :Willie Turner CoL I I in these same things and
Contest is coming up the 14th. Everyone the PTA urges each one to join the s
past thirteen months in Iceland. Merchant Marine list will take a'Mrs. Dacie McGauley I<
be sure to come for an en- PTA in its The
On his return he goes to Norfolk competive examination to gain ad- PATIENTS DISCHARGED IN program. more

Virginia where he takes a ship on joyable vening.Mr. mitted by all of the Florida Con-, P WEEK parents, the better the program! .

another tour of and Mrs. Bobby Kent re- mission from a list of marines subgressm.en. 'Mrs. Wynelle Lewis, :_ I
cently moved to. Valdosta.The .J .
Mrs. McDonald
Junior Choir is going to Myrtle
B. Deas Sr. has been on Damon Morgan
: Lake City Saturday,. February 9. I
the 'sick list for' the past several They win sing'two selections "Go MIDWAY HOME DEM. Lillie McBride, CoL I .
days. He ;is, 'improving' we are Tell It On Mountain"" and "Je-i MEETSThe I Samuel Crews
glad. George Roberson
e, sus Loves Jjjvert Me." j Sandra Pierce CoL
Jennings beat Dasher last Monday Midway Home Demonstration New Arrivals
Jewel and Leonard McCulley all three dub met at the home of Mrs.I JGb L. Burnett
night basketball
spent the wekend in Jacksonville Wes Robinson on Feb: 5 with 14 Mrs. Mildred Wheeler

with their daughter and family Annie Mae Hill has closed members and our agent Mrs. 'i Tola Lockett CoL* '}' Mr. :and, Mrs. Elmer Sherwood

J. C. and Helen Lee and children. the J White present. :Mtt-s. Mary Moody '.; Moody-baby girl named Dorothy
cooking part her restaurant. '
e U.S. ARMY TANK-INFANTRY TACTICS are employed part
The devotional was led by Mrs.I I W Burke Norris \ a*
She Elizabeth Moody. Born Jan. 31,1963
now serves only drinks crackers
Mr. and :Mrs Winston Williams etc. Walter Dedge assisted by Mrs. 'Annie ,Harris Col. :Mr. and,Mrs. Driscol Ross Lewis of the exercIse-demonstraUon. stared for Latin American student

who has been spending the past It sure is cold wet weather I Robinson. i Mrs. Patricia Rhodes girl: Edna,, Darlene Lewis born officers of the USARCAXUB School at Fort G1I1k*. Canal Lena

several weeks in Jacksonville with .now. March winds are just around An election was held for the officers -i Mrs. Mamie Lamb Feb. 2, 1963 Making the "attack" Fort Kobbe's Yenado Beach are troop

their children are now at home. We the corner. Better watch out! of 1963. |C C. Curl of Company B. 4th Battalion Mechanized). 29th Infantry. Fort

miss: folks. when they are away. j The Sixth Grade welcomes Mrs. White presented a very I C. B. Harrison Charlie and Annie Harris, baby I Clayton .
I a Interesting and informative program -.;Gwendolyn Smith CoL girl, named Yolana Patrice Harris .
Junior Selph son of Mind'Mrs.. j'newcome-z' Barbie Jean Padgett, to select and buy )Mrs. Rossie Morgan bborn Jan. 30 1963.. -. ,' ..
Joel Selph was confined to Pine- 4-H meeting will be held Feb. Alton MoCullers ," 'r t" .
13. good prints as best suited to the I Iindividila'1. < -4, "ItA '
view Hospital two or three days DonrtJorget to bring your -
; Then she showeda
last week where he underwent things._ i
film on how to select styles best I, .. ...:
surgery on his throat. We hope he --.--- suited to the fabric. \, ':,"' l. .......... \).. .'" ,
will be well ,
soon writing. At the close of the meeting Mrs. :.

Mrs. J. J. Zipperer Jr., of Jack-' Robinson served delicious refresh- s s- :

sonville and daughter Mrs. Larry)'< Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Waters and ments.. j i *
f Golden of Durham North Carolina:j'Chi1d1. n.,of Jacksonville ,spent, Saturday Mrs.' John Gootsby. ....,, ; ;ti'M' -. ,',
spent Friday night In Pinetta with I night and Sunday with their > Reporter : =- I'oi

i their parents and grandparents Mr. I I mother and grandmother,.- Mrs. -- : I of' .,

and Mrs. Frank Hammond. They Minnie Waters. Mrs. Waters went 'Vliatio s The Bible Say :; .

J also had dinner Saturday with their I back: to Jacksonville with them for

sister and aunt Mr. and Mrs. David I a visit. I About Baptism ; i
Keeling and family. I Lt1/E/ BETTER

. We have received word that Mrs. |:Why should we be ''Baptized? Jesus took a towel put some water in a

The Light Within Mamie Bland- wife of Mr. Jim;said the day of Pentecost "Repentand basin then began to wash the f"r C

It's not the walls of the church Bland formally of this county is be baptized", Acts 16:33. Paul Deciples feet. When He was finish- ....
without i confined to a Bartow Hospital ser- I!took the jailer 'and his (house or ed He said "Ye call 'me Master.Ye ,

That makes the building smaller, iously1 ilL We hope to hear she is 'family) and baptized them. say weD, so I am If then your .q

great improving. Baptism is an ordinance com- Lord and Master have washed a "

But the Christ light shining round ,I s. s. I'memorating the death burial and your feet. Ye all should wash one

about. Wilmer and Mary Alice Deas 'resurrection of our Saviour. Romari anothers feet for r have given you

And the faith that over'cometh' visited Alary Ali e's grandmother 6:3-1. Jesus set the example. Matt. an example that you should do as I

doubt Mrs. Tom Fletcher in Valdosta:, I 31617. Peter said Repent and I have done unto you"' If we fail to .. '

And the love that is stronger than Sunday afternoon. be baptized, we must repent first.' do this part of the ordinance we .. ff irt. ," .,
for be saved without baptism r
hate. we can ,
lose the main blessing of the Lords
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Junior and Emma Mathis and but cannot be saved unlesswe' Lord .
Supper. May the help us
t The thief the Cross
children of Jacksonville spent Sat repent. on follow the Saviour's Instructions. i

Mrs. Gordon Alderman has been urday and Sunday with their was accepted by the Saviour he And get the blessing promised to t. ..10,

on the sick list for the past several mother and gradmother Mrs. Mary was not baptized anyone accepting those who are faithfuL FROM PLANS TO COMPLETION. .. .. L.
days. She is feeling better at this Mathis. Christ as his Saviour and cannot ... .
II 2:15 to Show t
recleve baptism will be saved, the Timothy "Study :< ; 1 ,;
thief exeprience proves that but thyself approved of God; A work "
I CLASSIFIED ADSFARM I man that needeth not to be> ashamed '
if we can be baptized and refuse COMFQRT'.r'
we will be rejected by the Saviour rightly. dividing wor : --
WANTED Have customer HOUSE FOR SALE In that would be disobedience or sin- /
Jasper, in Whosoever win let him take of the May God's richest blessings be v: I
with $10,000 cash wants good location near hospital. suitable CONVI7N .
the Editors and of this
water of life freely leaves out no on owners fE ;
farm land In Hamilton ..
County. for two apartments. $7,000. .
also those that, read these
Gall W. L. Bryan SY2-2985 or tall W. IL Bryan ST2-2985. paper Q (I ;
; or one.At VALUED:
the firstLord's Supper John Bible Studies is niy'rpr'ayer.. :. :!
Robert Ehlert ; ,
SY2-6331 Registered Robert "Ehlert, SY2- 33L Reg. Real ; '. ,
Jesus and E. C Willis 205- S. 1 fc. 1st,
Real Estate Brokers. tfe Estate Brokers. Other property 13:4-17 set us example; : Ave... :
He took off His outer garment Jasper Florida, Phone SY2-35SL.

REPAIRS-We repair all type alsOfavattable. tfe ; .. .... I $( YOUR MEDALUON"'HOME

TV and radios, also small ap SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS j the complete

pliances. Mannings Radio Service, Beat of condition. Prig PublicAnnQunceQlentsIS' i t.t *****? w.ay to carefree t;fcIfr'eclric; :! living. Whether
Jasper. SY 2-4421. tfe. ed to telL Mannings Radio Service 4

Jasper. Phone SY 2441<< tie
FARMS WANTED IF YOU you are planning to build or remodel, look forward
would like to sell your farm NEEDED COUNTY FLORIDA First publication .January 25. 1M3 .
see us. We have ails for f anna ,VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY I Jan SS. Feb. 1. I 15 .ft to an electriccook/ng: / center, electric water

every week. _W. I*. Bryan, Re? : in Live Oak, Florida for aH year IX W.REJ J. TOOL.K.KST4.TKOK O ** ..*A.XOTICK -- .. '1.1._ .. t ... .,
TO CREDITORS heater electric washer and dryer ....' ,
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY :musical needs from organs and and. _
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 piano to records and record play- DISTRIBUTEES AND PERSONS TO DISSOLVE 'CORPORATIONS '
ra. tie HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND, clean, flameless, electric heating and coo\lngtfff\ : i.':
Notice I* hereby given under the
'Georgia Plate Glass Co. You and each of you are hereby previsions of Section C08.3t. Florida J ;t"S' ; :'._':..
S BEDROOM ROUSE For Sale In notified and required to file any Statutes, to each of the corporations Plan your home to make use of all the '
9 Store Freak .
claim and demands which you or listed below, the same being incorporated ', .l -
.Mbron Reafivered Jasper. 56.000. See Horace Lewis. either of von may have again the under the law of Florida J
Tab Enclosures Jasper. D14tfcDon't estate of W. J. TOOUE deceased late and according to the records of the work-saving electric appliances, and make,sure
of Hamilton County: Florida to the Secretary of State each and every VI "". f
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2SS5VALDOSTA County Judge of aaid County: in his such corporations appear delinquent ask
Office at the Courthouse at Jaspert for three (3) years or more in the to your contractor.about, Light for Living, i t
Fret-Can weaSweat's Florida. within six (C) months from miner of reports and payment: of JIL I
the first publication of this notice taxes under the provisions .f Section
HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper: 3 Radiator Service riz: August 1. IMS. All claim or seal:. Florida Statutes, and that the low cost, sight-saving way to make use
bedrooms near downtown S7500. 35 Years in Radiator Bogfagss lo demands not so prevented will be under the provisions of said Section
barred by:limitations under the provisions COI.3C. Florida Statutes, said corporations of tai '*
Let us show you this one, only one Valdosta Radiators Cleaned. of the Laws of Florida. have been classed as sub interior design/ .,
of several listed with Robert Ehlert Recored. Repaired Emma Toole. AdministratrixFeb ject to dissolution and that three \
8. 15. 22, March 1. pd (I) months after date of this publi- '
SY2-6331 or with W. L Bryan SY2- Can, Trucks, Tractors cation each aad. every such corpora. Plan a complete'ridma a Medallion home.
29S5 Registered Real Estate'Brokers Work Guaranteed IN THE COURT OF THE Horn listed below that has not in the .

.tfe. S Hwy 41, TALBOSTA CBB-WOT COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE FLORIDA HAMILTON paid meantime the taxes filed:: : Its due reports under the due previsions and When your building or remodeling t is finished,

la Probate of. Section *.*3. Florida ;
USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR ;GARAGE BUILDING AND large nKtKSTATB OP Statutes, will be certified to the comfort and convenience will come' .
LAWTON J. COVXER deceased Governor of the State of Florida.
Sal. Coed COB&UB. *... "i ot in Jasper for sale $7580. C&B TO ALL CREDITORS AM PER who will issue a Proclamation at .
$50. Meanings RadH. Repair. II Robert Ehlert. SY 2-8831 or W. L. SONS HAVIXG CLAIMS OR DEMANDS tion.that time dissolving aid corpora from a flip*of tl'ie switch. .

Jasper this Bryan SY 2-2965, Reg. Real Estate AGAINST SAID ESTATKt ..
You aad each of you are hereby: HAMILTON COUNTY:
I I Brokers. notified and required to present any (Name) (Principal Pla* of Business) "1
FOR SALE Good Modem Home claims aad demands which you or MELODY-ANN SEWING CENTER. .!/ 8R"" .1.,
either of you may: have against the ING. MARION
and 2 acres on paved road near 300D USEB TV-IniUHed for estate of LAWTON J. CONNER deceased Wd3.D. CHEVROLET.. ACC, JASPER
Jasper. Deep wen .screened porch sloe and op. JCann&ags Radio late of said County to the It is further.directed that a.copy 7 .b_ { i
County ..Jud.of Hamilton Couaty. Of this notice be published'one time jfJ."
: ,
$2500 down See W. L. Bryan SY22985 Service SY :-44e1,, Js er tfe Florida at his officeIn the courthouse in The Jasper N.w .*; newspaper : ; '
or Robert Ehlert, SY24831. of said County at Jasper Fla. published in Jasper, Florida in,.which ; 4
within six calendar months from county the. home office of the above CORPORATION -
Reg. Real. Estate Brokers. tfe time of the first publication of this listed corporation .era cJtown 'to be rtiHnDfti
FOR RENT Furnished apt notice. Each claim or demand shall tocateIN rt
.., ittclltc
FOR MLE 1 Transistor Radio Inquire at Jasper News Office tic be in' writtoa and shall state the WITNESS WHEREOF. I ,mYIFlJ' RDWNU COMPANY
place -of rM nceX *a* poet office have Jt. -eUito pet my hand ...
and 1_;Wrist Watch. $15.00 each. address elaimaat. ,*nd shall be and caused the Great Seal of ...
to bt'the claimant his the State Of Florida,
See Gene Duncan Itp sworn agent te be .
HOUSB FOB RENT 2 .r attorney, and may such claim or affixed. at Tallahassee the ....
bedroom. demand not lie filed shall be Told. Capital this the 25th jot f
FOB RENT. day .. .
Furnished Apt.. Unfurnished. $35JBO per month.' Eva R. Conner : January. A.D. 1X3. -- -
Phone SY2-3771 As1A aainl tor. of the (SEAL) TOM: ADAMS
or SY2-6791 tfe OiUe Farnam SY2-5M6 tfc
Jasper Estate oft Secretary of State __ H ,



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