The Jasper news

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The Jasper news
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Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Jasper Fla
F.M. DeGraffenried
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May 3, 1963
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
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Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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Nears For Feed Available' For Most The Jasper Garden Club met at BRING THOUSANDS TO COUNTYGuest

Grain AcreageFarmers '64 Wheat Quotas the Florida Power Lounge with :
performers far Missouri Pennsyl-
Mrs. C. A. Avriett as hostess and as away as
Approval of marketing quotas forth Mrs. Bob Ehlert as Cohostess.A vania and Oklahoma will participate in the 11 th annual wi:1 '
,were today
that, payments for diversion and 1964 wheat crop in the May 21 very interesting program on Florida Folk Festival to be held May 3. 4, 5. (this Friday L. :
wheat,referendum will. mean, price Hamilton County''was.,presented by'
the special price-support and Foster Memorial
support at two levels J.V.. Mitchell -' Mrs. Maude Havener,"Club presi- Saturday ,Sunday) at the Stephen
verted under on not the grazing 1963 acreage'feed grain- Vice Chairman, Agricultural dent. according to Festival Director TKelma A?B olfin TKere'will'

II program from May 1 to November Stabilization and Conservation The district meeting was announced will he in the neighborhood of '2,000 performers, alone

1, 1963. I day.County The Committee national average pointed support out to- Oak. for the 9th of May in Live tObaY nothing pf the fifteen: or twenty thousand spectatorS 1 I

J. W. Mitchell, Vice Chairman, I. prices for wheat will be $2.00 per At the close o.fthe meeting thehostess which annually attend. Big outdoor stages and seat- II
Agricultural Stabilization- and Con- bushel for "certificated wheat":r ice cream I L J3W*
servation County Committee,*said "noncerti- served cake and ing facilities wiu accommodatethe
and, $1.30 per bushel for
today that the acreage 'so affected .. I coffee. thousands I II I F
ficated" wheat, r----.___ 'I Ir
19 the acreage-- designated for diversion -' According .to'the Vice Chairman Hamilton County Now Has
by the program participantat the certificated wheat on a'fram-;r cents per bushel at the ASCS I have a : Two
time a check is made of com that is eligible for the higher price County office. This represent the t the festival Boat RampsOn
I pliance. In Hamilton County this level will be the number of bushelsin difference between the higher price f'phases of the
check should: be substantially com- the farm's marketing allocation. support of $2.00 and the lower sup.I i High School The SuwanneeHamilton Jasper Lions Club were host to the 4-H Speech Contest winners,

I pleaed by May 20 ,1963. This allocation represents the port of $1.30. Unused certificates I'ed to open the : their leaders and parents at their regular meeting in the Womans
Under the feed grain program, .farm's share of the estimated cannot be transferred to another I I Folk Festival. County, after so'many Club Building last Tuesday night Adult guests included Mr. and Mrs.
I Farmers seek to bring productioninto '[wheat needed loc domestic usej producer I of Harvey years without access to the Su- Paul Hillhouse Rev. and Mrs. Goddard Mr. and Mrs. W. B Feagle
line with needs through diverting -j during the marketing year and As in the past wheat price sup I lead the wannee River for launching small Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw, all of White Springs, and Rance Andrewsand
to a conserving use .acreage for a portion of the estimated ex- port will be made available through ,'!opening: : boats, suddenly, now has 2 ramps, Wylma White, 4-H leaders.
formerly planted to either corn ports. loans on farm-and Museum to at opposite ends of the county. I Pictured above are the speakers and County Agent Andrews and

or grai' nsorghum, Program payments Generally ,the farm marketing ,,stored wheat and wareOOuses-I'" I the Stage 1 is IQ Last year on an easement from Home Demonstration Anent Wylma White.
are made to ofset the loss allocation will be SO percent of the agreements. a medley of Dr. Little of Valdosta across his Miss Sue Hillhouse gave a talk on the life of Johann Sebastian
of income which otherwise might farm's normal yield times the will be eligible for price-support en the first land in the northeast end of the Bach the famous composer and to conclude her talk, she played a
have been returned from such crop I farm allotment but it may not be I loans at a national' average of $2. !I at 10 o'clock county just; off the Woodpecker j short piece of music he composed, on the piano.
production. more than the farm's normal yield Wheat in addition to certificate Other Route. the county graded the 'Ro- Miss Susan Shaw's subject was "Our U. S. Flag," and her talk
times the planted acreage. The wheat which is produced on a"participating" I pants include line Boat Ramp", which is now I included a brief history of the origin and design of, the flag and other
4-H MEETING HELD normal yield will be the adjusted farm will be eligible the Cubans I' naved to the water line with, concrete -(I historical items about it.
average yield for 195862. for loan at the county support band and and in daily'use. It is plan- Ruth Goddard spoke on "My American Heritage-Peace" and
The Jasper Senior 4-H Club met Mr. "Mitchell said that, prior to level reflecting the national aver 'and Sunday, I ned to install picnic tables and a methods and hopes of maintaining peace in the world.
April 18 at 12:05 p.m. The coming age price of $L30( per bushel. I numbers cookout furnace at Roline Boat Don Wetherington son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wetherington of
harvest time each
4-H Camp was announced. Mr. will receive participating from ASCS producer Any such 'noncertificated" wheat I The Home I I Ramp in.the near future. Jasper, was the senior winner and he spoke on "Americanism". His
Andrews showed us how to make a from participating be
county office a marketing card may ,the county Now nearly completed is the Su- talk was well prepared and well delivered, and brought an invitation to
rope halter for calves, after which sold on the market ,fed to lives-
bushels of River Campsites Boat speak in Live Oak on Flag Day because a Live Oak man was also a
meeting adjourned. showing the number of i iJ |stock ,or used for seed. Market one way or 'j I wannee
certificated wheat for his farm ma's "Lye in the Southwest corner of guest of the Lions that night. He noted a sharp decline in morals and
That afternoon Marvin Selph, for this wheat
t1 J Buyers will*record their purchases prices are expected old-fashioned t the county. Mr. Chamberlain, ow- I religion and wondered whether this presaged a possible complete loss
Don 11
Mr. Andrewsand
! Wetherington to reflect the lower level of sup
I! Subdivision there has .of freedom unless the trends can be reversed.
of the ,
Dennis Smith went to the Dis-.lot such wheat on this card. Pro- port. nets, a ner
trict Events Day in Live Oak. Mar-;[ducers will be able to market cer- "In addition I agreed to allow public use of the.
vin participated in the tractor driving tfifcated wheat at a price reflectingthe eral talented : ,I boat ramp and parking area. I

contest, after which we went I higher level of SUPt <,' .... }1ELPSTOPIL I uals from our Howeve we still ar not satis- HAMILTON COUNTY DAY AT MEMORIAL

to O'Brien for the public speaking If a producer does not have I I of Georgia and fied. Before the use of the river ,
in which Don placed second. Be- I enough market wheat to match the : MALICIOIJS"I: perhaps : I by the local folks can be really g :IU-
fore the contests the Southern marketing certificates for his,farm C CI Programs j.increased, there will have to be .
Farm Bureau wives served an ex-j because of crop failures or use of I I WOODS BURNIN overlooking th J boat ramps at Suwanne! Springs
cellent supper. I the wheat on the farm; the certi- will be held # l;!and at White Springs. The latter,
Reporter, Dennis Smith ',ficates :may be redeemed- 70 I -I 7:30 on !,i almost a reality last year.

.. :May 3-4, and !t r
"Bob and ry.'I r
A of 16 Girl Scouts from
Mb. I group
.. ... .
.. in
:I! to the festival ; Columbia, S. C., will appear
,. .. i iNiS costume to present the Maori Stick
, -- .iI .c M1 eNTS..FROM TI-fI; CAPITOL ,.. 3i standing
, ... ... :' '4' .. Bolttn'lW ,,originating in New ,
.. ; '"'f- '
# p* > ; .
( ti ;.: -, fcy ant Nelf : _'.. : of the psaltery Miss' Boltirannouneedt"Lem st r ,r

-.. ment which ;I i Griffis, Okefenokee Swamp rf -
harpsichord guide who has delighted many fes
-: How about round of applause It seems to .me that it is York.? Just those poor strikers.If I Mrs. Beers are tival audiences, will tell tall takes tY }. ..
,, for Cortland S. Gross far more'. reprehensible -that' the way to win votes repertoire of the Okefenokee region on the
head of Lockheed; Aircraft? the Government to give false _.'? I'm glad that I'm just a and they ;, Saturday night program. Miss Bol-
." He'stands up for what he be news than it isHp ell the pulP'lie reporter. .,""!''j, tival crowds. l tin repeated her invitation to festival -
l lieves. 14,000 Lockheed work. nothing. National Security sat i "We are i I visitors to "bring along your
',ers',did not want to join the may,be served by the Govern- By the best evaluation, the standing story I dancing shoes and musical instru1 -
..union. In the last ten years, ment keeping a secret from Russians have been guilty of vania on the 1 I to play in hoedown sessions.*
unions have been defeated at time to time -. but national treachery and broken agree- Mrs. Margaret i "We will have many activities going
Lockheed on four different security will never befcer\ed '''Inents no less than 67 times with the en around the Foster Memorial

occasions, in their attempts to by the Government misleadingthe since World War II. Personifying burgh, and Park between the regular pro- e

make all employees join up. public by distributingfalse the perfidy are such vision show I ," she said. \ 1.. % I
.f. In the face of White House information. incidents as: The agreementthat for children. 1 I Lilies! in Bloom r. _
pressures and the possible What can we believe when when the Poles attacked i i i Festival time will also be flower
.' .loss of .'fl,4 billion govern- the Administration establishes inside Warsaw the Russians A member l t time at the Stephen Foster Memor I I II

.". .ment'c o n t r act, Mr. Cross. a policy of "managed news"? would launch a simultaneous tribe in North i i I according to Foster L. Barnes,
....--"again recently said he didn'tbelieve ..*. attack from outside the city will present I i iI : director. "Probably the larges in the
his employees should. What disturbs me most is The signal was given the dances, Miss 1 plantings of hemerocallis
1 I located in the
said a great
( :'they didn't want to. Most of can still be hoodwinked :by :\tot only held back iut %%henAmerican I ing in Florida park, Barnes than 40,000
of these more
He will join, s many
felt that line. At and British
his employees way, the Commie one Jar flyers dians at the plants will be in bloom at Folk
'too. The: 'contract was set western university students responded to the desperate dian lore of Festival time *
: tied without the forced and professors alike I ,. can pleas of the Poles for help Heading the "Thru the efforts of the Valdosta ':
-; .union memberships: demanded hardly wait to picket patriotic the Russians denied the filers Billy Bowlers i Hemerocallis Club the Memorialhas
.r. by union leaders. organizations who come to the use of Russian held air riarch of the been designated a test gar- st :
s. the coast.. With so many examples fields. The Poles were,slaugh: Josie Billie I den for the 1964 national convention Who's the:champ when of Red, perfidy how tered.: Later, to complete the Seminole. be held in Valdosta, and the resUlt

.I.. it comes_ to spending can anyone who is rational annihilation of everyone who ied to the has been that, thousands upon
union funds for "personal still imagine that,Communism might prove a leader, the Albert DeVane ; thousands of dollars worth of valuable -
.expense*"?' He,'* David J. is .anything but a terrible Russians marched all.the Polish time friends day lily plants from many
.*::McDonald, president of scourge. If ifs true that officers they; could rather will present I I have been sent to us for our
,.; the United Steelworkers.. there's a sucker born every into a forest, shot them down I Seminole hls ,gardensrTHEAMERICAN

,Mr., McDonald drew: $38-$ minute, it is just as true that and buried them in a com' I
_' 619.71 for "expenses. in there's a Red ready to lead mon grave. I The Senior Class of Jennings High School under the direction of
1960.. lie beat out Jimmy suckers down the garden path. The Russians promised the I : : WAY Mrs. Maud Havener presented an interesting program down at Stephen
Jloffa by $20,000. Now Hungarians freedom and,,.the foster Memorial last week on Hamilton County Day. It was given in
that the Internal Revenue right to form their own-gov' 4 the Tower Auditorium. The class dressed in appropriate clothes. of 1

getting so sticky about ernment if they would lay R the early settlers. Master,/ /ceremonies was Wayne Hwt. .
itemizing,business expenses down their arms. When[the dtFio trruv6g Following is the program that was given: '
wonder "'whetherthe Y freedom fighters: {gj l6tJN/ ,
we I Hungarian 4t Invocation by Jerry Blair The class sang "America;" Our I
the-Russians moved r t
-same rides will applyto complied county's location was given by Edna Creech and Lynette Newsome.Our .
the fancy expense accounts .in tanks and slaughtered the a
enjoyed by union Hungarians. r towns and settlements were given as follows: Mfeeo Town
leaders.-. ''" You've beard and read how by Eddie Sullivan, Belleville by Jackie Newsome. West Lake by Mike
..*. ;lG7i the Russians threaten to"bury Selph. White Springs by Chuck Butler Jennings by C. W. Pennin ten,

It** very funny but did us" how they'll blowus Jasper by Ben Bates.

you' know. that the New off the earth with 100 The group then sang "Suwannee River" Linda Wetherin en

jfo r k newspaper.publishers megaton bombs how they spoke on Education; the group sang "Old Black Joe;" Syt He and

_helped' to pay the strikers .... "defend" themselves against S spoke on the early population; Judy Crosby mentioned the early superstitions -
to remain on the picket line? Finland, but if we attack ; a solo by Brenda Butler; Ham Bones, Syl Holland and Duck
It worked something like this: Between the lines in their Cuba it will trigger World Butler; a reading "Gertrude," by Betty Gean Kramer; and a square

unemployment insurance is a speech men reveal: more than War III how their planes .-' dance by eight members of the group.
tax levied lOO% on the em they intend. For instance follow our carriers and how s The group went on a bus driven by Mrs. Jesse Tyree. Mr's. Roy
ployer. So that in New York did you notice on TV when Russian "fishing boats" 11Ji4i \\ Blair and Miss Inez McCall also went with them to White Springs.

when a worker goes on strike, the President was asked about strangely turn, up right next I
between unemployment insurance the New York newspaper to islands where and whenwe

payments, plus strike strike he said "those poor conduct tests. )t\\\\ Above are some scenes of
benefits receive almostas : men" the strikers. in A f fi
.many meaning Now 1\-e are negotiationswith i the group performing at the
much to remain on Not word about the Russians
money a newspaper these same Memorial.At right is Miss Ruth
the picket line as they would stands, many of them about the curtailment of atomic /A'r- \ accompanistfor

working.I tended by blind or crippledmen tests. .Do, our, statesmen i -; t .0;' DeVane who was
submit that unemployment put out of business. Nota believe Russia will keep that the dasL Hamilton County
insurance was never 'setup word about the union's demands agreement? Are we to. stand, T ; !t Day is an annual project of : .,

as a lever with which labor which that great still on the "promises' of ,. ;" :.:. ;],i. Jennings, Seniors and their
\\ leaders could club ,manage impartial jurist Judge Medina such an enemy, while Red ,'"' -' '<;;: ", :te&cher ifix Maude Havener }
o Htnent into submission How called "fantastic"! No China too strives franticallyto I \ '; 4 '.f... :: to:focus 3{interest and research

1 lenient are your laws? Legislators word about what the strike arm i itself with, nuclear J ." .-. Hari iItoo County History.
had better take look has done to many many businesses ?' -* on
\ weapons '
A 1. ,.
Speading' .
in and about New .... Only
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.I ... '. :,,,'.', 'skit._ Mrs.,Canova will bring the late, I'll say. But a book I could test.. Marvin Selph won third place WHITE SPRINGS SOPHOMORE WHITE, : SPRINGS
!' scarce put d wn--a story of :A"Scottisli in tractor ariving and Icon: Wether ,
devotional. TO ATTEND COLLEGE J' '
It (, V !t. Just a get-together ,of ettlfnwijtl!The>Glert'; ington took:second in public: speak' ,1!4: ,i t ,,t., N'E ;t:4tby n" ; S :
\ :- ; ted.'tti: i 4'Prrt like-mind.j "Religion there was very lowlyand ing. The following' Tuesday Don .'$.ueZett ;iCaSon, daughter of Mrs. ( \ ', ) H
: I'r ..with spoke to the Kiwanis Club at noon 'J
..,.. 'Ma ,modest- m inward walk W. J<- Thjirber Jr recently was Airs. Mary Collins
"t "" ... > -; ? *!. boasted r-of; .himself .- and in the evening-was guest speaker t
... -i' :. Ii !:: .. in1ormation. : : : G cL Nq man a
'fJ I',"C" --- -_ --.,,;- .:.rtf., i T tj,.'. '. '......, e ,-.none told the secrets of the ; for the Lton& ClubA: visiting i The W. S. C. S. will meet In tie

'!4 8;. e' ;. j, ... i i'i, 'it i"Thet4" ..: ;b'FQh!
.:. \ ., .' .'. 'there: by"Oscar's( Filling I its saints and did them silent rev- Don't (the subject was "What evening at 7 p.m., May 6th. We

','f {it : :Station Saturday morning. Not ab'd erence." is the Cause for Americanism?") hope to make this meeting a big
'. ) \ sight. I "There's a pickle gude fouk in and invited him to give this speech I success,_ as it marks the close of

I rVqleHrmaa SYcamoraz.c951 ': j 'li j ;It the pairish and ane or twa o'the on Flag Day over in Live Oak on this conference year Everyone is
o'us June 14. A celebration'is sponsored cordially invited.
I LaTenceMi11er (Imogene ither kind, and the maist are
\ : Mrs. half and between.' by the Elks Club. I Mr. W. A. Saunders is in Pine-
: i "" j Williams) is"over from 'Dallas, ', '* :view Hospital, Valdosta, undergoing .
FOLK FESTIVAL MAY 3-5 "(Texas for a visit with her parents 11 I "
She 1 :Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rhoden and JFININGS NEWS surgery. Our prayers and
Gene Williams. -
(from Home Demonstration News-letter.) !Mrs and Mrs. best wishes for his '
El of Green Cove were in are recovery.
is is leaving on the weekend by jet. :son Daryle Saturday the Seniors win go to I .
:; t D1 LuB town Sunday and'at church. Imo Tallahassee for tour of thfr: Mrs. Kitty Carver is back home
Z VE : a Legislature
Don't Forget To Dress Up and h I H: : Mrs with her after
Wear Your Bonrets. mrtc Morgan and'Uhdaj Taferon ; Recent visitors at the C. B. Har- gene Miller had made them a little -this by invitation of llepre-: .1y ,1 family undergoing
Pearle Hubbard, visit and to 'see the Wendel Carpenters sentative J. W. Accompanying surgery. She is recovering nicely.
ASPER H. D. CLUBEa'h memer are taking care of the Suwannee risons were Mrs. ; McAlpin. MrsBelle Atkinsson is back
is supposed to make an apronto :::\bajloons.; QjiiUi $i".iifcT: on I,:Mr. Harrison's niece, her daughter in St. Augustine before returning them will be Mrs. Maud I home with her family after spending
sell. If don't have Mrs. Ruth Bowness and daughter to Dana-atid the Rhodenswere Havener, sponsor and Mr': Billy; I
you yours, display to Jasper. a _. "el'oli.
made, let's get started. m-rie.,';>:Mrs.:' IbeW i G3ti eV-Mrs.) Nancy of Bushnell* and* .Ocooee. I, bringing her m .A back. ,.., ,"1*'Blair. S. ))4 __Smith,'* will- conduct; ..., ,pe .",;-,:'' i:. j'Oak.
Don't forget to come to the Florida Corine Fouraker and Mrs UlisonJarecAakirfg'xa're I --6. hen1-b tout: > I
-sttre the road trien &
Power Lou rte to help cook had. >ef .fn pintt'lemon- I thought for Imogene .Miller,spy* there is no f -, II I
; > would is the custom, cut down Wednesday the speech class News
as gave .,
ii > Hospital .-
teachers 'exasmanyapplicants
and biscuits) jfo sell J Friday and Sa- ade.: ::-. ;; '-. t _-mm ., the magnolia tree out on Hwy 41 4earthof ; a play in the Jennings High audi i -I'Iz II
. turned do1JBut
turday at the Folk Festival. Someof when they were clearing the shoulders the _schoolss!are are overflowing. In torium at Chapel Time. The name ., .". .' >: .. 1'I i ,
the money will fce? used to buy 'Jasper, Woman's.JClulj\ gfqles the that summer. Whether the her school alone (e1 entaey) were of the play-"We Ain't Done Well ; '

needed-articles: ; for ,the hospital. season \ tMthe/} fayI3reakfast'llfay ( Hunters intervened or their own esthetic -. about 1300 pupils. (jfnogenQ.herself. By Our Little NelL" elected to attend Western Carolina I
I ,
NEW HOPE II. D. CLUB: Have 10TWs isTndeed sense came to the rescue- I, i is- qn leave of absefioe). She had College at Collowhee, North Caro- I .
you made your lye hominey? a luncheon at the noon hour.. *,, there it was this Saturday morn- two dist>net sets.of children each Mrs. Seleta Tompkins, and he?; lina. -This college] program is.designed -!, '
BURNHAM'H. D. CLUB: I hear The xear has been Eood-C#any ing, straight and tall and like a day teaching'=basic subjects. daughter Miss Chloe Tompkins of. I for superior high school k :;

the soap is'made. Hope it hardens. I eM&t aM. i Jkmbersrenewed .." --,1 cylinder. and full of bloom. Then they were'shuntecl off for the Clearwater will be guests for the I and gifted students enabling them I I -
Mrs. Luna.Cunningham has the interest. ** ** i fine arts-music, dancing art etc. weekend at Hickory Bottom. They ', to receive college credit for sum- PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL.. .,NOW. :

bonnet pattern in case you need to The May breakfast will, be pure- : Mr. and Mrs, C. B. Harrison left while she had another 35. The came especially to attend the Fes- mer, school work while still ,in high I I Albert Simmons >

borrow itMIDWAY/': Jy a'Wl fl.ittherlfl.ft) ng"clothes Thursday for Lakeland, Florida salaries are.,good--out in Texas, tival at "Stephen Foster." 'Join school. Suezette is a sophomore at ,, Edwin Smith
:to visit Mrs. R. R. Murray, Miss ing them on Sunday will be Miss: White Springs High School. '
H. D. CLUB: Don't (you've, gotten arqun4.tq.that. but no continuing,contract. Mrs. Mary Lang
I rI forget to bake your $3.00 cake. j i -old clothes if they ,feelr.getter) Doane's sister. % ,. Laveme Tompkins, executive secretary 1 Suezette's selection was basedon I Miss Rebecca Dedge

Mrs. Naomi Dedge and Mrs.,Delor- good food and.,a<;guest -if, .you 1 I >> to Doyle Conner over in her high 'scholastic record in Tobe Butler (col.)
h Walker] wish. ". .., After I the bridge on my In Talla. Democrat--social news !I Tallahassee. I high ichool, the recommendation\ I cot ,
es are planning to set the ''I' *: passed Where;sfe! Loyd? ,One ,' Gene Chandler ( ) ,'. .
from Loyd 1 ani '
to Jennings, there was a little of heT Principal Mr. Allison : I Frank Harmon (col.): :
up Thursday afternoon, May2. Mrs. M. L. :is."planning:" aT way The
Tally sign Beta Club will
t saw a .
to i .
.. ,q and that day going I the successful passing. of a conpetative -:
'-" \ lake of pond lilies- beyond '
j 1 1I 1 to the left. to Jax Saturday for the Beta 0 gOl '-
"Loyd" pointing, '
examination sent DISCHARGED SIN :
I I bjrWestern
: of the -
Jthe pine sap-
$';T DIRECTLY ON DnA"1BeaCfi;':' ,.,' : I.lings fresh looking growth like candles-then, the I Ii I I thought Loyd was_ where the vention. Headquarters at the}! :. ? Carolina College.Suezette's Owen Skinners.>' .
SO ,
train stopped for diaper about bert Myer Hotel. Mrs. MilP ,Cbit, in : Y:
THE OCEAN .,i,now*. i silver green of bay trees. I examination was Lester HolJmvip! e-
; I years: ago. -and 4ctt a dinner! I II [wood is sponsor for the ,Jernings;sI' the field of history with emphasison Broward Bryan :
and Heated Pool Color TV VFre 'T The day was perfect-dust and -wireji ahead the, Club.- I
Largest Finest Loung. I I The trainmeh ,s ' the History of Weste fi iv iz Tennian RegisterMrs. '
Golf Restauront Cocktail lounge. f lanntd ';,.. i jail made me ,think I'D' never': number to have dinner there. If I', : tion. ,>*"'y.r *-J;... I Carrie Avriett
[Entertainment. Deluxe Rooms and Efficiencies: hurry again. I'll have a real va-i i there was a" bride #!nd groom on'I' Lt. Richard Yancy I Suezette has been a.straight; r'A" 1\:Mrs. ElizA Burnham "

Efficiencies from $63 per wk.. .- -- *" 'cation this summer. the train that went in the message. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. student in high school,. Uts.\of t r MRS. Beulah Cheshire. TiV@10mas
Bedrooms from $60 per wk. -- : Z i The song Charles O'Cain sang Little bouquets were: at each plate .baker Jr. of Twin Lakes and ; the beta Club, the student ccwpeil, f Bonnell .

f See your Travel Agent or write when the Methodist Youth took,I and a white aster for the bride. .i son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. and basketball team. Recently! sherepresented r1barien Harreli: :
charge of the service was that I f i baker of Jennings has beeu Future
ROBERT CORDES,Mgr. ; the White. Springs F. M. Allen ,
Phone i t' may. grand hymn, "How Great Thou ;Mr. and Mrs.: Ralph Ferrel of on a few days visit. '( ...*/. tl Homemakers at the F. H. A. D. R. Kirkman .
"" f'Art!" (I regret the error). e-long friendsof Lt. Richard is. graduate of ':", r ';
CL 2-0431 I' Newton, Kansas,') a I r Convention in Jacksonville' M. T. Miller -
wI J
Audrey Vetherington, were I'Jennings and Annapolis.: He took w I Mae Bell Postell (Sol.
Annie McKelvey and Myrtle Jen- last. week. the exam while in High School ,and i }
I. 'I guests in .their twine: : \ _bert Freeman (coL)
nings came from Jax on the week- They were .enrouteto; a'Nationally I won his appointment to the Acad Jelnings\Hi ] yponstance'Sand (eoi -
I end-Annie to see her parents Mr. I Grocer CoQSwentioiia""bfc: ;Miayi,' and, Ii loris'Only c -

and Mrs. C. B. Harrison and Myrtle took this oPPrtumifW \lie. friend- emy.He is in command in building an Senior Chatter a' Ellen Lewis"(Cot) ...
went on to Jennings to be with in and y
I reunion., -- _. I airport Thailand was: sent to i ,
tAit1T 1 *i her L folks Mr. and Mrs. Jodie McCalL *-.i ) .California' for some special ,train-,, fig erioas Us ,

t' i 11 District*Meeting in ing. He has returned to California i I JENNINGS F. F. A. CHATTEISAT
the 4-H '
there but will soon go back to Thailand. EXCITED? Oh Yes! Who would x
18th -A.pril, > : I SUB-DISTRICT; CONTEST
the' :
O'Brien .
e I just this week got around tc or such'%
not be, with ,
1 contests in .public!i ,,speaking i j jI
reading "Beside the Bonny Brier- were '6on- The Jennings Junior B'anquet ities coming up what'are.w a rk<>-

--_. -_ .- bush" by' Ian Maclaren-:.-50 years tractor_ drivinghe' ""It lamp" -::- I was held Saturday evening April 27'1 ing about? that wonderful,'event

.-,.."'." .. ( ,;;.--_...VJ.7'vYb in the banquet hall of the"sc which will be, Saturday rite
: : "VV\. 'vwwvvtwvwr' tItI"-----------------V ___m come :
The there was ,Under the Junior-Senior Banquet. 1!
ii---n "" l i no". The Old South. Mag-I i
u' ARE INVITED TO : ; : : t or What are you wearing -rI--
Kati I The Junior colors are -the bestest; and fettie"st'clothes '" a
'J' and white and the pink and white I that money can buy,!". 1 R.71p 4 ;
of the Seniors were,cleverly; com j. Roger*.Js,a,twia .kbase )alL 1

CelebrationAnd bind in, Jhe decorations: A clever 1 He hasrseveral. ." homersTlq. credit '
Birthday r "'r '.. *r ,
canopy of bamboo with the magnolia : ti -M i

: ; formed the roof. At the south i| Brenda is excited about the

-v ,err! of the hall was a screen on Senior ,trip. ,She received,an. interesting -
which was outlined Junior Seniorin J I, letter this week I i iI

l We Have ;' .'_.;. -. I the chosen colors. In the windows I Ben almost mixed his businessup
\" /' .;: were branches of magnolia. but everything'is alrightnow. The Jennings F. Pt. A. Chapter

>'I- Mr.directed Billy this Blair entertainment as Junior sponsor of the I i was District well contest represented held in in Lafayette the Sub-

A Beautiful Gift For You .. h I !seniors. The Junior oficers are : last Edna Monday, we and really]Tuesday.) missed Lyn-you High School, April 19. The follow-

', ; .. Farrell Bunrham, President; Mary ,I II pttp tuna so lonesome. We all I against ing chapter each other were for top completing-honors.
\: ,r-; '=;,,' -: 'Carter, Vice President; Sharon We are real proud of Edna, ,
', were, Jennings, Mayo, Jasper and White
: Treasurer and Linda Smith
IMPERIAL '" -,' c" I Howell rMiss Crocker"of :
..... ;;v ,''' I **-e 's our Betty Springs.
f:.':": Secretary. ,
Jennings High |I of the Jennings
Jerry Blair, president
s'i1"irttquality I' The Senior Class officers are:
Here is the very fin Jerry is stfll buzzing around-
l! "f Jerry Blair, President: Linda chapter represented the chap
efficient secretary.
Fine China L Fine CHINA \ .each peace. deli- I Wetherington Vice President; Ruth but Congratulations he has an on winning top ter in the speaking contest and
won first place.
: DeVane, Secretary; Chuck Butler, in the District EFA Public
c- i and craftsmanship t ,Imperial I honors ,I The parliamentary procedureteam
Trees.; Mrs. Maud Havener Senior Contes.t I
was composed of six boys
cately hand made and had decorated sponsor. Betty your buddies were lonely i
: blue I Linda Butler Ruth DeVane:and this morning. Betty is making ,: from the chapter Hurst,Harry Curtis Pennington Wether-
in lovely floral .pastel : Wayne
a .. Joyce Smith furnished music Far- for the Senior Trip. |I
RR EJE' : ... great plans ington, C. W. Pennington Jr. Chuck
!f f l t tones on sparkling! ;rte,, fully I rel Burnham was master of ceremonies Chuck is reaDy working he Butler and Jerry Blair. They also
: and the invocationwas
t says "it is all made" but that piece first
translucent fine ..chbiaf ote the I mnde by Mr. J. W. DeVane. : of paper. He finally arranged a ,i won The horse place.shoe pitching contestwas

YOUR FIRST and fully I Donald Smith gave the weloomeand datee for the banquet. I! a play off between Jenningsand
4-PIECE- + A ti traditional ,.rim shape Jerry responded. ;.4:; Ruth ,thanks for all ,of your I Mayo, Wayne Hurst and Rod-
'' .: right for enter- Auction of the Senior Effects in class keeping' ,
cup' help
;; v footed .so Avriett pitched'for the Jen-
PLACE SETTING G IS FREE : created much laughter with"Harry minutes selling invitations typing ,: ger nings chapter and won first plaee
"' % Patterns differ frompicturees auctioneer. "
taining. ( may Pennington, and possible. Thanks
iij every way
: I' Mr. John Hart School Supervisor much. The last event of-the evening was
,> 4- very i i the soft ball played between
introduced the guest speaker game
been doing a wonderful -
Simply savings with $25.00 : S. M. has
open a account a
', : : Jennings and Mayo, Jennings won
: :Judge McCormick. The gist of his job over with the lawmakers.
deposit or add $25.00 to present account, '!U. by a score of eight to four. The
your 5ir ( ,:: ', speech was using time-to. advant lie has been very busy. You see
and will receive 4 place setting' ;' :, and Jennings soft baD team will play
you one piece to-. age he makes laws during the day j

absolutely free right then and tKere. OheTper P wr ;'.ADDI1'IONALACCESSORY.UNITSfamily .-j-: : Mary"Seniors Carter gave the farewell to he goes to real school at night. "{, Madison the Jennings at 3:30 High Tuesday School eveningat to see
the ,
'B student in
You have to be a -.
please. e j AVAILABLE AT A FRACTION All this after the delightful din- who will go District in the soft ball.
-- st order to to Tally. We are proud
hYu r go
e,g O. OF THEIR REGULAR VALUE. ,t (Continued un Pag 3, 'of you! The Jennings chapter will be represented
at the District contest in
HOW TO COMPLETE YOUR :-' :, Lynette looked real gay and public speaking parliamentary pcedUl'P.

i S1tJf.fSIIU attractive jit the F.H.A. banquetlast and horse shoe pKehing, .
DINNERWARE SElniJrn'C: ; : ; \l dl Friday night. Friday. May 3. The Jennings Fl F.

..... ,' Wayne has worked and workedon A. Chapter hopes to do as weft ,at
4 soups dishes <.,; t: I English. He still likes the Junior District as it did at Sub-Dfertriet*
{; tM
'Cst ; i ,, j ass. So does Jackie.C Jennings F. F. F. Chapter
of k-
With each addition $25.00
to savings
your .'. 0tl1)l) W. fa driving a new car. It I Ii I Reporter Harry pennf tonI
account you will be given one China Club' 10 i is real cute and classy. I
) Boat and
Certificate enabling you to buy additional I place Gravy e f Joyce and Linda are counting I I
accessory'e) the days until June 5. He will be back in two weeks.
settings at $2.95 each or open stock Judy had a lovely party last ,, So long until later.

units for a fraction of the retail cost. '. '; '. ,., 5.\ y Sugar and Creamer Set *Monday night,giveen in her honor. P.s.Seniors have been Invited -

We have a complete selection of Imperial Fine Buffet Platter. Syl. they really liked your I to 'visit Mrs. Pat Gardner,
J"Ham-bones" down at Stephen nee Jackie Wells, white on their
China display. This is genuine fine china -
on Meat Platter
'" el Foster. J grand and glorious trip. hopewe
sparkling pure white exquisitely hand decor .i': 4 cups. and 4 Saucers "- I I Mike is lost without his buddy. can! Bye.
ed in delicate pastel 1 deesignes. Build a complete 4. .. --

service for eight twelve or more. You will sOon--"' < t L----I .

have the dinner service you want while yoursavings \.. .' A lYS SCRATCH PADSAll

for '-1'< ,' ,
increase your reserve security. .- ., .,
Amcy t%. of typo a- any dos

Start Your Set NOW. FREE You May add as many place settings as' you .KUBMR.ry STAMP!! Ui from very HMatallt Sizes .- Shapes Colors .


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'at's.MW'JoWed sday..:, 'Jr, ; .'.' 1"resjde taf f11 (Englewood? Avenue. ;;; Jennings Election
: L irham,. jNorth 'Carolina,-(hey ;.

tki' : 1 1 Last Sunday!Aprilj2SjJMrs.iMaijdHavener hay .a, vet l son,and,daughtec-and: To' 'Be: Held- 7'IViesday '
i ; May
and Miss Inez McCall I j jjluth ,tfSch'es! i.Pq1qf the. High? .',,'.. t 't ,. .... ,t.
1o sjI'v st rtUA'Jfdrij'ff' t::
:w..... ') .', .... ....1' of'; f.i't ..whh went Mrs. M.:'{} 'Benson!I%s.1t"; e rR=, 'i',,Yri: -."" ",v"fs. ". ,;.May;7r-is the:date ;TJ* J4 -
"-- S.I. "" intime for Sunday f iMp, ;Foster jSheperd and.'Mrs, the_:election1 for'municipal officersin r
Qt..there t .. They Henry Vickers went Jacksonville\ a
'I; '-J : : ?the Town'of Jennings. There are r
r."h-up s! ft"t"" rl'l' .. J jyJfll#$ooi.3s S'/XTT Tuesday to ,visit,, with Mrs. Foster for
|,it was;*, Benson's birthday Shepherd at St. Vincents Hospitalwhere three mayor Ernest
which .made the occasion special. Cason Adams, James Harold Deas
ner.The she is a patient. Tuesday
menu: .... -DuringYthe afternoon the Billy Sr., and the incumbeent, P H.
was Evelyn and Foster's wed-
Mint julep (orange juice) Wisecbaker Sr. 0V
Hills of>:Jasper dropped in for alittle ding anniversary and they enjoyed { o
Southern fried chicken .
'Visit with the Benson's. the time. together. Friends wishEvelyn For councilman there are two
Magnolia buds (mashed potatoes) 'places to fill and only two candi-

Blackeyed peas Joseph Addison said: "One should a speedy. .recovery.,. dates Ben Bates and Roy Mathis.
Carolina moon salad (Pinapple take good care not to grow too wise "

JL with cherries) : for so great. a pleasure. .life--as Another says,.-:Sunshine t r..snide j ; : tply .. K;. -
.r..: "I' t J 1"--" :Tit -0.-- attended.\r'\ .to ,.. .; ..
". gShorfenyig'bread rotl'withtjtterPWateremlon .) laughter... : -; So the day' madeE -, 4gT] r ; :
i..rl' .
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fct the
f seed (mixed nuts) -' sendeth sun. He sendeth shower. .
Dixie Delight (Ice Cream & Cake) I "Mirth is God's medicine; every- Alike they're needful to the flower; i Mrs. Florence Ryan returned $

one should bathe in it every day." And joys and 'tears alike are sent home Tuesday after spending several

The Prom followed the banquet'in . to give the soul fit nourishment, months in Belleglade.with Mrs. Dot I JASPER? Meets Tues. May at 7:30 p.m. in Elementary Cafeteria
As comes to cloud Boyer came up her but has
the gym which had been also FOR A SUN DIAL me or or sun .

decorated for the occassion using "Catch, then, oh catch the tran- Father! Thy will, not mine be done returned. WHITE SPRINGS: Meets Mon. May 13 7:30 p.m. in School Cafeteria
i the mbined class colors. There scient hour; Improve each momentas Sarah Flower Adams 1805-18-48 .1

was the grand march led by Prof. it flies. Samuel. Johnson (Author o fthe hymn (Nearer, my I ,, I JENNINGS: Meets Mon. May 20, at 7.30P.m. in School Auditorium
and Mrs. DeVane. The balloon ,God, to Thee.) j J -- -- -
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t dance followed with much merriment Mr. and Mrs. Reddin Dail and II I
j Mrs. Will Lewis of her i NORRIS-HINES
I and some
Just outside the the Mrs. Mamie Br"at11eft on Wednesday -
... effect of an old Southern home gym was for Durham, N. C. to be with children visited the Honorable Thel j I REUNION Deafness Grows Unless
ma Lewis, Clerk of Hamilton Coun-I SUNDAY .
achieved. Here was served the their sister and daughter Mrs. .
.. punch. Picture making has become John W Rogers, the former Ruth ty Courts at Emory University Hos The annual Norris-Hines family i I

a part of the Junior Senior cele-i Hryan of Jasper. Ruth's husband pital in Altanta, Ga. the past week i reunion will be held Sunday. May I

? --' bration and this ,year it was done John who has been very ill with )end. Thelma who has friends by ,j 5 at Deep Creek Advent Christian Y Correct It !

11 with a swing with a background of throat cancer for about two years the scores are wishing her wen.I I Church 12 miles north of Lake Today

ma lias. was reported sinking fast and the and back home. ', :City en U.S.441. All family connections -
And so another year has gone family was called. This family has J' . are urged to make ,
every Booklet How
Free Tells To Save
into history and memories. I many friends in this section who : 'Mrs. Graham (Maybelle) Black I I effort to be present and get better Remaining HearingMany

The Senors received the annuals sympathize with them. The Rogers did not go with her Jasper friends I acquainted with relatives with persons with a'slight book will be sent promptlyin

; to, work in this session of Legisla- 1 whom they have lost contact. hearing loss' in one or both a plain envelope.
I ture-although her place .was.left .I i For the benefit of those who go ears are distressed to notice REPAIRS to all makes batteries
open for her. She did-not feel well I to church the noon meal will be that their hearing loss is cords ear molds sold.

1KNOWYOUR1JJi1fldrveyor enough physically to go. S j served at one p.m. Make plansj gradually growing worse.

j now to pack those lunch baskets Of interest to these peopleis I I l\lAiOO Hearing Service |
'and enjoy the family fellowship 'a valuable new booklet pub I 901 N. Patterson Valdosta
: Judge and Mrs. Hicks Fort have
j i{around the table. lished by Maico Electronics Please Send Booklet i
both 'undergone in Pine-
surgery caDedrMSeven%Steps to better I Seven Steps to Better Hear I Iing"
.view''Hospital in Valdosta. Friends I rhere will be a short business
,' Hearing." Here in, a few Free! I
j wish this very popular couple a meeting after the lunch hour which
long life and good health-both I will be of interest to the wholefamily. pages is an easy to follow pro I

jI have meant much to this commun tQLr gram for overcoming a hearing Name ....................1.1f
Mrs. N. W. Norris problem
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j THOMAS N. BU TIN I and ;address on the 'coupon,
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I BANQUET and PROM IN CALIFORNIA and/clail' .' to us at Maico. The | City:::: =. :::

I I Thomas N. Bustin aviation electronics ,L. I ... ..4

j Friday, April 26, 1963, the Junior technician first Class USN \'-,'. -"' .. -- .... }
I' Class of Jasper High School proudly .. '' ,
son of Mr. C. B. Bustin of Route '

I sponsored"the Junior Senior )3 Jasper is serving with Carrier Air J ...
I,Banquet and Prcm. It was a smash borne Early Warning Squadron 13, : ;. ..; WE HAVEi
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which de-', based the Naval Air Station .
ing success was greatly at w-\\\
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': served by all Juniors who participated ;I Alameda, California. 0 '
in the preparations.We ,i STAY CLEAR OF Before entering the Navy in April ALL SIZES : : :

were honored by the presence MOVING PARTS on 1949, Bustin attended the Jennings' r._.';: : r' "H'.AV."df' \\

of all Faculty members School I I com head always High School in Jennings. .'-""\,\\' ...-" ,. \\ OF

Board Members and Superintendent shut off engine'beforeleaving' 4.' I.h J, ,
I mUt"KS 'Pi
Schools NGTE OF
of Mr. Harry T. Reid.

1 1i i <2I The theme of our prom was driver's seat I Our heartfelt thanks to all who
FROM AIKSTVK TO tMKAGt WCHtS "Magic: Moments", which was car- and '
extended comforting sympathy -E :; M S
... WHATEVER AND WKIKLVIX.Till 17 ried out to the fullest eXtent. The L. Allis-Clulrers Courtesy Utmbtr help during our recent sorrow. For ,; ; 171

NAVY 9VIUS' TRAINED. SlfKWSJtKCMS sophomore boys and girls servedus National Safty Council the beautiful services and other

{ TMtJOt.TKOM KISACCVKATtSVXWS at the banquet. They too carried kindnesses we are deeply grateful.Mr. .
out the theme by wearing elf and Mrs D. C. Mock
CAX'CAJW 4XA1&7W OUT Of A and fairy,customes. The theme"was ,. -. "" and Children :5: -
'.,. JUNG II,WHS A MSI M THt A. TIC"* carried further by scenery in the I 'MSb tro[ ] roid1 .,

1 :: ia.CX,RUN A ROAD ACROSS A .t -
V. ,F. W. home where everyone enjoyed i
I MOUNTAIN dancing to the Bayne Garrett All types of FLASH BULBS ENLARGING

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good time was had b yall who
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inch less than those dimensions.
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Quick as a Cat building Use right;and lumber rep* inc.size for occuroU. "'be made for your approval. Two

This problem of size looms 'TnemDefaf
FILMS big When you want to use new this of fell Groups $1.00 extra for C
lumber In an Integral part of
-Strong as a tiger! No 3-plow tractor outworksthis t: an old house. Dry lumber thatdoesnt each additional person.. Discounton
shrink swell is especially .
MF 35 diesel with Multi-Power and Ferguson t important in such remodeling all additional

System! Now livelier than ever-with 12 forward ceilings- work.marred Uneven with cracks walls and and .

Developed bulges could result otherwise. ROBERTS OF DAYTONA
speeds, shift on-the-go, and a new differential lockto t
You can expect the
stop wheel spinning in slick going. Still the shrinkage in cedar and redwood nationally known Plus Small
Moderate shrinkage is found in :
'I" Handling
world's best-selling tractor-by far. (No wonderall .; NOW 24-HOUR SERVICEBLACK !- cypress Douglas fir. cherry. photographer will be at Charge
chestnut. hemlock pine spruce
the others 'me-too it.) Have you tried the COLOR and walnut.
New MF 35? Stop in today! The biggest shrinkers in dryIng .JATVI a DRIEST
SLIDES"OR PICTURES :" are basswood beech elm. "" .
gum. birch, larch oak and Monday and
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Your'MASSEY.FERC SON Dealer c : maple -
PofaroidvFilm f 35 m.m. polor Film Other.Film Many,a wisc; ow-to enthuslV ,fe Tuesdar-
ast has saved *"lot of.moneys 5ctoLOO,
AIJBRITTON BROS. Bring- Your Rolls To ? : by buyingfl :- a iporer grade of;! -,.' *" .: May 6th &' 7th
", lumber and dressing It up himself Jasper, rAil.- ,-. p

'Tractor Company THE: JASPER NEWS sander.tA4dr.u with. a i-vrtatle electric
4 7 No Coupon Necessary-Tell Your Friends
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Live Oak FO 2-2381 SY 2-6331 .r ,-a..Rs o. TlMr Ko arch Cs.rern.a. About This OfferFriday.'May __
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a- i tt11e! 1 3f aspcrri\ Spanish that we must enroll and Colored News f' 1 1
Science ''maintain 'I1"S'MOIUt BELIEVABLE! ES.ACIC
Library an average} of 10 stu- .. #
Published Every Friday Alg II, Gen'-Math.: GeOmetryl dents in order'to; offer a given 'Mamie Dickerson left hurriedly. -..., H .. t i
Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida.*y' Choral Bus. Music math. .;.( ;' I course except isolated areas.We Saturday at 3 o'clock to see her kuuuIicriizcsrnt.ff .. "- I
Subscriptions Strictly in Advance shall be most happy to discuss and brother who was injured in an .- UU JaSlU tl
$3.00. in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside.. County .: I advise with any interested parent accident on the job.Mamie retured ? ..s '

Cards of Thanks . .: $1.00 Minimum 12th Grade- Requirements for concerning his child the for program the coming of school study Sunday night being her .brother f. :: .

Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 I English i I year. 'was much better. .BE WISE ." r I
Mr. Spelling (provided all other re- '; :
and !Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publishers
quirements'rave been met up to I I i it

this 12 Grade point.)Electives .. DIRECTLY ON THE Da".o'n Protect Your Tobacco Against ;

Typing I or n WORLD'S MOST a t
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by M L Powell Principal. Jasper Schools. I, BookkeepingBand Home EC. .A FRIENDLY apts ffics.RESORTLamriovs and mof.l Under the p.noai! HAIL& WINDBY .,

Another year of school is rapidly Home EC. 1 unit (Girls) brooms ..NEW HEATED .Hanseii. .(Owner of ). :
coming to a close. As the close I|I Driver Ed. % unit Choral Music POOL Jlu- and rUatt
of one year approaches plans for Health % unit "- AIg. H, Bus. Math, Adv. Alg. & .Television.Spacious Lawn and OPEN rl INSURING WITH -
another year begin. This week we Electives 5 units (girls) J Trig., Geometry r.tio'Fr... Parking YEAR ROUND
would like to present our proposed*I i| 6 units (boys) I Physical Science : aU.attractions I
course of study for 1963-64 and:': Grade placement requirements Physics I Wrif.'N"we'orPhOIl. CL 2-1452 r .FARM BUREAU MUTUAL .
make a few comments and suggestions -I;I are as follows.9th Library Science For Reservations ,Vr -
about this course of study.. grade, Satisfactory promotion Speech .
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t 1 ; :?will note that the course of study for 19 63-64 to whichwe I advantage of our vocational and New i* tor" Series !
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grade students but that the electives -! Spelling band program. For the first timein . <
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ous in the junior and senior years. I I Agriculture (Boys) a course in Speech or public i-I: ? Use Our
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> THE JASPER NE=Ws :JASPER FLORIDA A / Frid y. May_3, 1963 .

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'" :CREWS; CANNADY i the family ppws gavea'fesJYe.aitj. -.. $ tY9'rh,,:-.,f fc .

II'I"1 VOWS SAID IN CHURCH I .. .. ,.i; t1k:,_ "
Announcements Mrs. James Coe played a promof -
V --,- V1 ,(; --s mss; Mheed

<( ''' TVi 0 .,'CEREMONY. .lMiss ::: ...J ..,...,...7 r ;f a ej1' Oehlert wdtini Jr.. tJtJi'f & OBITUARIESJOIIX r
T iK
O t :t e(1 ;;hereby given of Attention to : tricia Cannady .became"
T .\ O 1'1':1': .,. 9N .. rttt'!'i-f1.PJ1: to the 1963 Session of the'lda 1 rang "Whither Thou Goest" ana WV'
r OrRe, ereb ytt teen IF, Legislature for i>assag of 1 the bifdol Monroe CreIIt,; ; JThe; Wedding: Prayer.*' ? t
t of IgtenUon to apple-_- h U63--ses* an '}1 pion of the Florida legislature for missioners of Hamilton county to I Iuse The bride-groom had as his best :
passage of an act,'the substance re- r;a; portion of the secondary road afternnon, April the twenty- ight at Jr. ,
rating to an act authorizing1 the monies accruing to the county for i iI I four o'clock in the First Baptist|man his cousin David McNiell
board of county commissioners of :I paving certain streets in Jasper cf Live Oak and ushergroomsmenwere i
Hamilton county to use the county''Jennings and White Springs and Church of Jasper. Madison W. RODGERS
equipment and labor for improvement ,t(certain roads leading to public i The bride is the youngest daughter Reggie McNeill
and maintenance" of public] schools and public buildings to be 1 I Moye and C. W Goff, Jr. all of :$ A message was received early
cemeteries, tchool grounds, and selected by the county commissionersand of Mr. and :Mrs. John Clyde .r! + +. 'y .
similar .public places or roads con I recommended to the state road Canady of Jasper. The bride-groom Live Oak. this Thursday morning that JohnW.
fleeting such public places to state department to do the paving.C. Lee Mrs. Jam McCauley of Wash- Rodgers of IXirham. N. C., had
pr county highway system. A. Avriett, County Attorney f is the son of Mr. and :Mrs. .
C. A. Avriett, County Attorney April 12, 19. 26. May 2 1963 I Monroe Crews, Jr. of Live Oak, ington, D. C. was her sister's f iI passed away after a long illness.
April 12, 19, 26 and May 2 1963
matron of honor. Bridesmaids Many friends will remember himas

IN THE COURT OF THE The officiating minister was Dr. Miss Virginia Vickery Miss the husband of the former MissRuth
.J' COUNTY JUDGE.HAMILTON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.I Sayer Canova, the church pastor|were native" .!
THIRD UmjICIAL CIRCUITOF i J Janeace GrinerMiss: Diane Crews] Bryan a of Jasper
)i-:. COUNTY FLORlDA AND FOR and long>before the appointed..hpur and former teacher in -
_. ;t FLORIDA, n; P ORATE: "of'UVe; Oak sister-of the bride-! Jasper High
HAMILTON COUNTY. ,;' V the church edifice was raied with
IN3tEESTATE: OF 'f .f" I, ,.? IN CHANCERY I, groom. School. He is also the brother-in-
RAY'O. CA80 Deceased -"* PIONEER FT"ANCK COMPANY friends and relatives. law of Mrs. Helen Dail and the-
James ....
TALL CREDITORS AND .-. i I The Matron of Honor Mrs.
a eerporatioa I
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR *-V.. 1 The church' was beautifully decorated McCauley wore a cocktail length son-in-law of Mrs. Mamie Bryan. '
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID EARNEST VeCLAIX and RUTH I for the occasion, a columnedI ;' chiffon over The family requests that no flow-
ESTATE: MAE MeCI.AIY, Eta wife; aad i I arch rose above the pulpit and was dress of mint green I ers be sent, only messages of sym-
You and each of you are hereby GEORGE STEPHENS Bad ZILLIE E. I taffeta designed with low
noticed and required to prevent any STEPHENS, his wife flanked by tall cathedral candel-I fitted bodice from pathy.
that featured' a
claims and demands which you or Defendant I labra with lighted candles. The I
NOTICE OF SALE I I fell full skirt. Her pumps
either of you may have against the ; which a
estate of RAY O. CASON, deceased, Notice is hereby. given that pur- altar was marked by heavy garlands -(were matching green satin. The y
late of said County, to the County suant to an ,Amended Final Decreeof I of fern as was the arch and box -
Foreclosureand Sale entered in I designed the tiny pill
Judge of Hamilton County. Florida bride
at intervals lar& white mums tied
t at his office in the court house of cause numbered in fhe Circuit Courtof hats which were all made from the SHOP let your
Hamilton County 'Florida. I will!with white satin ribbon. Two exquisite -
aid at Jasper, Florida within
county tell the property,situated in Hamilton -j I t "material and worn
six calendar months from the time of County. Florida described as: floral arrangements featuring -(attendants dress tr'. LOCAL STORHand
the first publication of this notice. I Lot No 29 of Stephens S/D of : white mums gladioli and .by the matron of honor the brides- !
Two copies of each claim or demand the Town Jennings as recorded and the little flower girl. 1 I
> lillies sihouetted the
shall be in writing and shall state were ,
In 1 current-
plat :
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the place residence and post office public rt'rtJrd- :of Hamilton bridal alter. White mums ,tied-with I Mrs. McGauley carried a lavender | blooming huckleberry was a
address of the claimant, his agent I Count. Florida; ;.also f known white satin bows fastened to j orchid with ribbon showers. The I -
or attorney and accompanied by a filing and described' as Lot 29, Block large I dresses made identical Above: Pictures taken at the shower for Pafsy Cannady last kissing bride and groom. At the
fee of one dollar and pnrh claim '2 of Stephen 'S/D of the town I attendants wore mini week at.the home of Mrs. Graham Black. Top the honoree stands be- ,wigwam entrance and about were
or demand not .o filed hall be void. of Jennings per: said plat; and thew were oi wild For in
Matt Marable. an Ad- rat public sale, ton the highest and .C. A. Avriett, Jasper Florida Plain I I with matching accssoriesand I hind the party table. Lower, part of the guests assembled in the i ducks and turkeys. safety
min'strstor of the Estateof I, best bidder .for each; at the South green these "Florida wilds" stood two
I, tifrs Attorney a copy thereof. else of white,big living room for their photograph.hat {
Ray O. Cason. decea.i I door of the Hamilton" County Court decree pro confetso will be entered they carried nosegays 'pistols. Trays held salads mouldedinto
,I House in JasperVFlorida, between little
First t 'nub'lcwMon ed. April 19. /1963.> I 11:00 a.-p ._ndt-S:pptfcm. on :May 15. I agAinst you.Witness my. hand and the official ribbon showers. The dainty Russell MISS PATSY FETED .AT fish, lobster and turkeys. Eyes
Apr. 19, 26. Mar 3. 10. 1S61 1963.. -" ,IJewLs;OjThelma seal of this Court at Jasper Florida, flower girl was i and gills were made from stuffed
Clerk G. '
I a I Circuit Court I this 20th day of, April A. D 1963. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. topped with colorful flowers (olives and strips of pimento. Other

TV ("Otr 'Y JTTT>OR'S by Alice Jones Deputy Clerk I Court Thelma Lewis Hamilton Clerk County Circuit Russell, her full dress was a replica and veiling.Her accessories match I Miss Patsy Cannady was the inspiration party tid-bits were served with nuts

OOTTRT.TTTOV rOTT TN A 1FOR TY. FT..onTDA H A:\r.,i I (CnHUROO; tt E:; ftdl _i daof 'I of the bridesmaids and she wore ed and she wore an orchid corsage. for a lovely and unique and mints and Florida fruit punch.
Alice Clerk
Jones and a
IN PROBATE SITTINGIN WILLIAM C. (by SEAL) Deputy matching green slippers After May the fith the couple' kitchen shower given in her honor Other rooms in the down stairs of
RE: Estate of WILLIAM C; 1I!TMRIE JR. I I small of white carnations.She I 1
C. A. AvriettJasper corsage had of wild
the home
Florida arrangements
will reside where
KUI.A AI/TMAX. Deceased.. 102 Florida Title 'Buildfligf Florida _._..._ at Yulee last Thursday evening, April 25, at
]3\OTira TO CREDITORS'" JacksonvilleATTORNETS' 2, Florida-' :May 3. 10, 17. 24 strew orange blossoms from the bride groom is with the Florida't the home of Mrs. J. Graham., white hydrangea roses, petunias

EULA All ALTMAN creditors of deceased the estate are here.of I I May 3. 1963 FOR PIAINTIFF, I! I a small white basket with white I Wildlife Commission as an officer.A Blnck. and old fashioned winter pinks and

by notified and required to Pie any ; I IN CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD I IJUDICIAL II t tI satin ribbon showers. bit of sentiment: was lent to I Particia (Patsy) was radiant in :'a stuffed pheasant which the late
claims or demand which they may CIRCUIT COURTJUDICIAL I I CIRCUIT HAMILTON :Senator Black had killed on a Flori-
have! against said estate in the office'of 1 IN CIRCUIT. Ham COUYFI.oRIDA' t TheBride' was radiant in her this wedding as the only two Cin- inn after five gown of red chiffon
the County Judge of Hamilton' ILTON COUNTY FLORIDAIN I LEROY GLASS. Plaintiff gown which- was also worn by her I nady daughters were married in !worn with red cloth pumps. i.da hunt graced the piano. Many

County at Jasper Florida within the Courthouse six calendar CHANCERY' ; .,WOODIK: GI.SSsD.f.n"nf sister a year ago. The bride was the same church by the same minister .I With the bride-groom elect a useful gifts for the kitchen were
months from the date of the first MARY A. WYKOFF, } IN THE NAME AND BY THE and the bridal displayed in the guest bedroom
Plaintiff escorted to the altar by her they wore same FlrridT Wildlife Officer the decor-
publication of this notice.' Each vs. ;,: I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE, OF The floor dress of gown-both carried white Bibles I. carried down staris.
claim or demand must be in writing FLORIDA: 'I' .j- ; ?resl.1 length wedding ations and refreshments
Il and must state the place of resdence. II.RIXD E. WYKOFF.. Defendant TO: WOODIE GLASS, whose ;silk white mist over bridal satin with orchids. out the idea. : Mrs. James McGauley of Wash-
and post office address of the claimant : IN THE NAME AND BY THE I dence and address is 1120 %Oth'':fashioned with fitted bodice that ington D.C. the honoree's sister
( and must he sworn to by the street Phoenix City, Alabama a Many out of town guests were As the guests arrived they' faceda
I claimant, his agent, or his attorney, AUTHORITY FLORIDA: OF THE STATE OF A sworn bill of complaint..having I I featured a low neckline outlined"I present from Moultrie, Ga Adel. 'I Florida Wild Life' poster with a registered the guests. Other assit-
been filed In this
or it will become void according to ,TO: HARLAND E. WTKOFF, Whose the relief therein Court sought against beingdi you.- 1 I in delicately embroidered seed : Ga., Norman Park Ga., Sanford colorful deer and other animal life ingi were Virginia Vickerey;Nellie
law. .
Nita Cason Bryan. Executrixof residence sworn and bill address of complaint is Unknown.A having vo eand other relief you are required -I pearls and sequins which was repeated i Fla., Jacksonville, Fla., Live Oak crawings which had the inscriptionL. ,fledge Manlyn Bembry, Becky
deceased.the Will of Eula Altman. 'been filed in this Court against you or before to May answer 25. 196S said complaint furnishing on to(I I across the blouse which'I Fla., Lake City Fla. Tallahassee, M. hunts Patsy" This hung Lewis, Kay Rhoden Patty Griner

April 26, May 3. 10. 17. 1963 the relief and other therein relief sought you are being requir.divorce 'C. A. Avriett Jasper Florida, Plaintiffs ''had long sleeves ending in points Madison, Valdosta Washington and I t,from the front doorway. The dining Mrs. Sheldon Lewis, Mrs. Sayer

NOTICE OF* LEGISLATION ed to answer "complaint on or decree Attorney pro eonfe a so copy will,thereof be entered else I'over the hands. The skirt featureda other places. u. ,":'room table was covered with an Canova.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No- before May. 25, 1963 :furnishing to. against youWitness bouffant fullness_ with exquisite s5 I I imported cream colored cloth em- Since the V bride-elect's announce.
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seal of this my Court at Jasper Florida scallops extending into' a chapel After the wedding rehearsal Sat- Lroidered in white and centered merit she has been honored at

this 30th day of April A. D., 1963. train. She carried a white Bible i[urday evening the party were interainde Hi .I large tray made to resembec many parties in Live Oak and

CERTIFIED Thelma Lewis Clerk Circuit with a of phalaenopsis at an informal the where she is active in the
Court, Hamilton County I spray or- supper in '-"""- : ene In the Everglades. Jasper
C. A. AvnettJasper chids. Her below] the waist tired church parlors] A miniature wigam with a photo I First Baptist choir church and

11 V Florida Florida veil fell from a crown of silk r The refreshment table was cover- rf the bridegroom painted over the youth work as well as the social

SWEET POTATO PLANTS I Bv Alice Jones D C. scattered with pearls] and sequins.I ed with a lavender organdy m"*' lent entrance was topped with a life.

May 3, 10 SEAL, 17, )24. Mrs. Cannady mother of the 1 mint green and a bowl;o white silver Officers badge-this was r i Among the out of town guestswas

. V Georgia Red, Red Gold Rush, Care'GoldAnd bride wore--a sheath style gown of I hydrangers- graced the center The flanked by an old-fashioned lantern the bride-groom elect's

'. .-, .. BIDS REQUESTEDFOR beige peaxi d'ange with lace over hosts Mr. and' Mrs. L. \. Crews which had been silvered and topped mother Mrs. L. M. Crews, Jr. and

.. '" Centennial Varieties V CHLORINATOR the bodice in the same shade of Jr. the parents of the groom served with a pair of love birds-- his aunt Mrs. David McNeill of
/ ; The Town of White Springs is askIng beige and matching pumps. Her sandwishes and cakes :with placed about" -the.native. Florida Live Oak, and Mrs. .. James Mc

; for bids on a Gas Chlorinator, hat was of mint green and beige punch. greenery of fern, pine grapevine Gauley of Washington.
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Plant Farms'Valdosta installed at the White Springs water petals. A shoulder corsage of white I n

Plant, ,White Springs, Florida. I.carnations completed her costume. .

Telephone, Ch. 2-8230 I Chlorinator shQuld be of sufficientsize Mrs. Crews mother of the bridegroom '" yy 5 S
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and quality adequately chlor' was gowned m a light blue N.
,inate White Springs Water supplyat made lines
r lace along simple
with a slight flare to the short skirt

16ASTTS Further information may be ob- Her pumps and hat were of the t..
tained at the White Springs Town
matching blue and she wore a car-
HaH between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
nation corsage. [ VISION
f THIRTY KAlNUTES IP YOU ASK MEX \ BuT DON'T WOQ f Y, and 12 noon Monday 'through.Fri. P
PAST THEATER TIME WASNT t'M hittS? LATE day. All bids should be submittedto DECEPTION: .

NOW. TOJRE ALWAYS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE the White Springs Town Council Exquisjte ,arrangements: of all
EVEN LATE FOR OFFERED White Springs, Florida. I white flowers carried out the mint AT REASONABLE PRICES.

:* QuR WEDDING! .< green and white motif used at this "

,f J15lO. j wedding. Bouquets of white roses t : '
< : '( hydrangea, carnations and lilies
D )
io a 'enhanced by greenery and groov-'

Jed candelabra holding white tapers V -

.i 'were used about the church educational /ILW,4Y
F wt r hMtI :
reception room where the AWL' .

l bride's parents--held the reception .

i t immediately* ,following the church ;

f ceremony. The bride's table was
covered with a white embroideredIsilk :
4'Vengence is a dish that should

Low Price $6.95 :NIGHT: PHONE be eaten cold ....r ''I nylon doth. Festoons of simi-
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PER CYLINDEk SYcamore W, > l<<. ;. 'K 24001HOLLOWAY'S,'f that vengence sought in the t caught at i;be corners with nose- DPI( ID : 'Tha:Doctors pf Optometry at Fcarle

gays of valley lilies, The glow from VV Optical are backed by of in
CASH ON DELJVCRY: ;T 'IC) heat of 'anger ,isn't necessarily s many years experience
two three clued silver cant -
the sweet,; satisfying bargain 'l rqi of quality.
i 4 : p. re.s.aibingglasses..your guarantee
f S 0 (i de'Iabra illuminated the elaborately .
we might imagine, ,facercan >; -. ,M Ifnii I
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ntt.\f1.... '" :, 'lowers:himself tothe; equal Of :(the i ake was traditional bridal < prss. I'<<" ., l', ,r nr t r "Y r '.'. ."LJ J ,
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'. ..2.518SY \ Whatever the circumstances ruffle couple.of The'cake satin and was bridal posed illusion.on a ;; COMPLETE; SGmTl !ANALYSIS: I OF THE EYES: When .!.

even when the seeking of re- I Mrs. James McGauley and Miss your eyes are examined'at PEARLE OPTICAL, the

U J HOLLOWA"-,." .' evenge appears to have ready su Theresa Taylor presided at the interior of each eye is carefully' observed for possible ..

face justification a selfimposedperiod t j bride's tableMrs._ Rodney Four- disease or defect...the eye muscles are measured for '

: of calm reflection might ,akers kePt-1.\h bridVs book. Mrs. possible imbalance...the amount pf astigmatism, far

I \"S > Petersburg very well avoid the serious and i'David McNeill of Live Oak and sightedness or nearsightedness is determined.If required,

rSt. : : ( embarrassing complications of 'Mrs. J. Graham Black greeted the glasses are prescribed according to the findings. "

I hasty action.Incidentally. I guests aM presented them to the .
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It's real fun at the Billows,, veijookingthe : t pickup and delivery or self- Sheldon Lqwis. d inspection of finished f lenses assures you of the very best.
service your best bet is JASPER -
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.t "The .Only Safe Guide | ToHeaven"! ;." who all things can know and desperately it? Jere 17:9.-wicked Our?' I JASPER HIGH OBSERVES LIBRARY: TIEBTH- POSTER CONTEST 0 ; .

4 hearts are very partial and are .r'4i
3Ian1S t$' :1nteulgaent a": ea- able: to."'reject the wrong joad and eontrolled mostly by'our own personal I .. .. ..=.... .'....:.": < :,- 1 u 1.i.

tore$*but aWW knowledge comes choose) the/.rignt. As mars soulis desires,rather than the will I."t'- ..'. -,-;..' 0,_..,..Y.: ',, -. M.--. ," : A tL ,.
through ,'}leafeii&SIHgf! ;wotdfcinoteveff very God's sight* we of'God,", "A .man's- heart devisetjj tt ... .: : 'c, i' (S ,
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> know his ABC's unless someone wisftotrtboth'the.unsafe aswell 'his way but the Lord directeth his, '. ._....._Y.c.i...'.....r, ,.:-..'":,t;." '.'c' ,' -.-1 a : ___JLJtN

taught him. A bird by instinct .*theJsafeguides,-that: will steps" Prov/' 69. If you wish to a, ; '
can find its way through the high- affect ouri eternal.
ways of the skies with ,unerring OUR CONSCIENCE heart, but you will have no assur-:I .,, +" .. ; .;1.}. ,..., -. "". .
..." .:r. "". soeo
to the elaborate nest all that will please God. I ,?. .., : ; .;- .. ......:,:, ....., >
accuracy Man alone of God's creatures ance your way ". < .' .7<_"" .,.. ". ........,....-io-",00. ..J' ,,.' .
it had constructed the year before; hasl conscience, which is an inward OURTHOUGHTSHow i ."' i'- irT :S'ji: A I. AD'S ,

but the most experienced sailors'need monitor that either approvesor often have we heard it said i '. ,tlBRRFfT weer, ;
nautical instruments to guide condemns his conduct and for "If we do: what we think is right, :; .C"U'I..KI: al: tp a a :Ris

his ship over the trackless deep ito j that reason many claim it as a safe surely we will be safe." But Solomon *.' ...-. ..:
its destiny. The housewife needs j guide morally and spiritually. If ; declared "There is a way I'll ... '" ; i'i
recipe to bake a cake pattern this be true then nothing other .
a & that seemeth right unto man; but : !''Oc P Pj
to make a dress,. the contractor a than our conscience is needed( and .the end thereof are the ways ofdeath" u : .

blue print to construct the building an approving conscience would ,be ,?rov. 14:12, and God says. .
the ''tourist his road map to!I our assurance of God's approvalIn -
"For my ways are not your.ways,
direct Ws course. Even the chemist I the:book of Acts is the record of are not Above, Waunelle Walker 10th grade stands" be-
him in his I and jny thoughts your ,sjde Jier! ._prizepnning poster in the.contest.
has his formula to guide the conversion of Saul of Tarsus- tborghts For :as1theHe4venafrarehigher '

.... laboratory;wprk: ;,A1Lof'this' suggest r'the-'bitt enemy of Christ, whobe' than the earth, so ,are' my <
that man ever needs a guide; even : came the 'great apostle to the Gentiles and IE '
ways higher than your ways,
in the ordinary affairs of life. Andif .'AT* first' he hated the church, my thoughts than your' thoughts" ;<. :a ;;
in the tem- saints of the '
he needs.guidance! I cruellypersecuting the Isaiah 55:8-9. Jesus told the'apostles -!
pora! matters how much more does Lord. His.testimony. caused them to that "the time cometh when J.b?:
1i$:ne4 aljui3eto turectTus way 1 be Put" "tb-death. He had an apporv-f' "'whosoever killeth 'you will think i : Above some prize-winners: left --A.

to!. ;.port fit eternal: safety Jl Train ,. ing conscience, even though ;htsj.;that he doeth God service" John t u ', '. is Gilbert McGhin, whose prize-
men:.Are"always; given written orders conduct was directly contary" to 15:2. Paul stated"I verily thought t ::.' winning poem appears below; 1'
(Oi'direct: -ihetrain .from sta- the will.of,'God.' ,To his: enemies in with myself that I ought to do .,' f f "" : ft'J.!,: ;. -,..; f Charles Pafford and Steve 'lUteD",'

tion to station, and if the wrong Jerusalem ,he declared, "Men and many things contrary to the name '.. ."' f.-. 8th graders Becky Lewis 7th w Ktvrw
orders given ,the engineer maywreck brethren t have'lived iri.all good $ 41-
are : of Jesus Christ," leading him to : ;4"1 : and Dennis Smith 10th grade. rAt
his train.ivith much loss ,of conscience ",.before:'God until this .,.'. ,. : -.I ....Pi'.'J... _'. "
the saints and destroy I tl. ,
persecute ft:::
life. I I Ii day" Acts 23:1. When the full truth the church-all under the delusion "- ', .". 'l.A.:,, .o:'... J' ., right is the bulletin board m..
i : $ L' '"
,of God was revealed to him he was withGod's. I .' +-. -.' ; Mrs. Kennedy's 7th Grade room,
worthies con harmonized .
The old Testament that his thoughts ,
made to realize that he was the I F' :' I." ....-. and below is the bulletin board hi1 M
fessed that they were 'strangenl j .
"chief of sinners" 1 Tim. 1:15. Con- ..., '; it' Mrs. Milton's 8th grade room. .
and pilgrims on the earth" ( I We are now prepared to consider +c.
science is a creature of educationand 'Y,5 u..n
11:13I which reveals the the statment of Jeremiah 10:23
it depends on a man's training l
solemn truth that man is destined, as to what his conscience will "Oh Lord, I know the way of man Atove* Mrs, Perry's Class wanted us to find some way of making, r'l l
to leave this world, and if he hopes I is not in himself it is not in man I
approve or condemn. Therefore, it ; the blue ribbon print in color in the upper: left corner of their prize-win-"' -
to reach the eternal home, he must| that walketh to direct his own steps I IJasper
Jest his frail is not a safe guide. I niingr poster pictured here. The flag was not part of the poster just in n\Ja! .
be properly directed: If a man's conscience his heart I its usual place on the wan. tiJ.l' UmHAH "VI. 1

bark _,be shipwrecked upon the "OUR HEARTS"Many or his thought are not safe,guides, I _: __ I oc::: \
breakers of sin. As is true in alll i people will quote John's'Statement then what is the only safe and in-I '

walks of life, there are the genuine : "Brethren if our hearts fallable guide to heaven We answer high school pupils and faculty celebrated National Library .t.t'S'S
and.the counterfeit, the true condemn us not then have we confidence : Week, April 22-27 emphasizing the 1963 motto: "Reading Your Fifth ;

and the false the safe and the unsafe toward God" 1 John 3:21 as The BIBLE -1 Freedom-Enjoy It" Each day began with the awarding of a new
guides offered to man to assurance thaUit is safe to followour "Thy word is' a| lamp unto my I paperback book and the' cancellation of penalty fees owed the library.

direct his way back to god. Man, own hearts. But an approving feet' and a light" unto my path"I Real excitement was evident in the auditorium at each drawing as

to be' safe, must have knowledge:; heart is safe only when directed by Ps: 119:105.: "All scripture is in-:names of students were pulled from the box. The two lucky pupils had

both negative and affirmative *.? the Lord. Solomon said, "He that spiried' of God and is profitable for to be present to win. if"i'J1rooms

musf know the right as well as the trusteth in:his,Qwo"heart is a fool". doctrine for'reproof, for correctionfor I The daily drawings were complemented} Iff poster and poem

wrong. When he comes to the spirit Prov. 28:26, apd Jeremiah affirmed instruction in righteousness, contests. Threepoems were received:: from aspiring young writers with

ual crossroads of life, he must be that the heart is deceitful above ,that the man of God might be' per-I Gilbert McGhin, a talented ninth grader; vvmftmg first prize.

':-'-' fect, thoroughly furnished unto all Fifty-seven entries were made in the poster contest. Forty- !

'l 'good works" 2 Tim 3:16-17. This eight entries from the Junior High joined 'ninje'.from.the, High School in !! !

LADIES: THOMAS GAL TWO N. NNNN competition. First and second prizes were!, awarded: in each schoolas
.-' i I follows: First prize: Lewis 7th Second
: ., boot is the only, guide that will $2.50 Becky ,, grade; prize
WOULD YOU LIKE TO .O.\W YOUR OWNDRESS make us wise unto salvation, $1.50, Charles Pafford and Steve Tuten, 8tt (;.ra4ek; Honorable Mention,
I 'through Christ Jesus. All things Lawrence Christie, Dewey Starling Elaine :Rozier, ,Buster McDaniel, participated in Tag Day activities ,I Students with outstanding rec-

'SHOP )bJ TO I i either right or wrong, are revealed Jerri Collum and Emily Daughtry, Gail Cari'er' ,ar d;: Brenda Smith. High ,f, Eacn 4lgsis awarded pu- ords in reading were recognized
.._ r I' School 1st pils who made cash. contributions'to 'I I'and honored. Ken 7th
therein. "I had not known sin but : prize. $2.50 Waunelle Walker, 10th Grade2nd prize $1.50 Padgett,

IN YOUR HOME TOWN? ." I ,:by the law4" Romans 7:7. "The entrance Dennis Smith, 10th grade. Honorable Mention),'J T Jones, Donald Williams I the labrary-any-amount, tags I]I grade and Harry Davis. 10th grade

BE YOUR OWN BOSS and secure an Income 'for life, the Pixie I of thy word giveth light: it Martha Carter, Danny Mitchell, Waunelle' Walker, Sandra Cox, j I shape dUke miniature books. The i(I!were each given a paperback bookof
1 1giveth' understanding to the simple Dorothy. Tompkins, Dennis Hackle Waunelle Walker. I,tags were worn throughout the day. their choice for having cheeked
Your Investment is less than $2,500.00 for fixtures etc. and I
way. The pupils invested in their the number booksin
We have this com- Homerooms competed for prizes 516.71 out greatest of
Pixie keeps. you supplied with $10,000.00 to $15,000.00 Mdse. at no i ,, Ps. 119:130. : 1
speak, let him : for the best bulletin board. Many library. Junior and Senior High School.
Our staff ImandIf'e.ny man and is the standard by 'which we
to No
cost experienced
you. necessary. i 1 U'ithe oracles of God, 1 Pet. original and artistic creations were ; In. the follo&Vfejhorf Idioms 100, Both boys have checked out more .
aids Perfect for widows retired couples. For More In- speak : shall all be judged in the last day'Rev.
0 Ine
formation, WRITE TO: j ''4:11. Through this word God speaksto 2012.. "He that rejecteth me 1 entered and prizes were awarded percent of pupils contributed than, 50 books. 7
than'-'hnd reveals every fact to and receiveth not myt.word, bath in both Junior and High School as "arid were aw p.t'JIE: atjne v paperback Sixteen Junior High and five high
book'ot cnoice Mrs.Register's .
I be believed! and every command Jo one that judgeth hint. .the word follows: : school students had checked out
BAINBRIDGE, G$ nGIA. :be obeyed tn order to the assurance that I .have, spoken the; same shall i In Junior High School first prize i 7th grade Mrs. Kennedy more than twenty-five: books this
.. :_. ,-_' .._.-..__,.;. _:..,,:, .. .'r....:; _J or- _- -.....;--- : :. of'salvation.. It is.our-present,guide judge him'in the last day"John 12:' :$2.50, went: .to Miss Milton's 8th ,17th Grade; Miss MiltorrVSthgrade;' academic year and were recognized -
_; : 1 1r ,Mr. Brewer's 9th grade, Mr. Cae's110th
48. We urge upon yoU flue rever- grade, second prize, $1.50' went to before the assembled school.
( grade, 12th
ence for the word of. God," that it Mrs. Kennedy's 7th grade. Mrs.Register's M'.tHffIlwY's'I
:"' 'n i grade and Mr.u'Carters Special Lives are becoming richer as
may fill your minds rule' your 7th grade received hon'I
:: Education clap Jasper High School as students and
hearts and direct your .thoughts orable mention. In Senior High ,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY I In a school 'assembly awards faculty join together in enjoying
and steps safely to God. .Mrs Perry's room, 12th grade won
made and skits by their Fifth FreedomReading.You .
r. rn-, Adapted by Kenneth .E. Thomas First Prize. were presented
: 'the students. It evident at the are invited to grow with us in
: \ I Evangelist Oak Grove !I I Real interest in the library was was- "
AirBEtE Church of Christ.. displayed on Wednesday as home assembly that JaspeHigh School this development and enhancementof
: : : :
B of
I I pupils and faculty appreciate. and life. Visit the libraries your

FREE. A use their library."SnvVISIT'. community today.


I I i Prize-winning poem by Gilbert McGhin, 9th Grade for Library Week

LAMINATING Protect- PROTECT BERRIES Fruit Trees This past Friday at about half past noon.I .

L 3 J i Preserve Beautify Valuable Lawns. from birds and errosion met Mr. Shakespeare, in his silvery shoon. ,
With Each G. E Appliance Purchased iI Photos Documents. Sealed in plastic with Hudson Cloth netting. To meet with him was to stand in the light t- *:!

Major I ; Wallet size 25c each larger 1,000 sq. ft. 30x35' only '$5.50 Of a man possessed with power and might.

size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for delivered. Special discount to Quietly I tiptoed in through the door ,.

__ OR A I mail orders. distributors. I And directed my steps down to his lore. % ,
dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY.. 221 Write: I viewed with anticipation his stacks .4 :

West Howard Street, Live Oak Hudson Products Co. I As they rested in place upon their racks. .- |tI

:- : Florida tf c Westfield Mass. picked up a book'and opened its doors, i-.I'. .
; FREE PICNIC 'TABLE I M24p And met such people as Caesar and more. ;S... '.
Upon listening lo their lives so great, "
We will glvcyatl3UH& Lube Job REPAIRS-We repair all typesTVV I was very glad I had kept this date.

with each oil change' -for a ,and radios, also small ap- In the neighboring door guess what I saw!

limited time only! pliances. Mannings- Radio .Service, Romeo and Juliet with her pa!

I .Firestone Tires Jasper SY 2-<<'1. tfc., You would not believe it, neither could I,
IF APPLIANCE COSTS OVER $350. .J. .Delco Batteries -Hint you read the story Ididnotlie.I .

-at competitive prices! EVERAL USED RE FRIG ERATORS left Mr. Shakespeare, with his great art.
TAYLOR'S I -Best of condition. Prle- '
: With a deep enrichment filling my heart,
TEXACO STATION fd, to .-n. Mannings Radio Service .
To-make my way into this world of ours,
I Jasper Telephone 792-2903 J sper..' Phone SY 2441 tfe .
I II edFt th-thanksjior :Mr. Shakespeare's powers.Burnham

100D USED Installed for. -.I!! ->,'J I'
thi PROOF is HOME FARMS WANTED sell- IF farm YOU $100 and Mannings- Radio News rence Selph of Jacksonville met
would like to your op. : them there on Sunday. .
w ? SY : tfr I'
I see us. We have calls for farm Service. 2-4421 Jasper ByNeter LOIS'ZIPPERERear : # ,

*** ; OF VALUE every week. _W. L Bryan, Reg. FARM FOR SALE-120 acres n attempt to bear more I I I Mr. and Mrs. George Hudson and

in the 23 PlCTURc Real Estate Broker. Phone SY Live Oak. Good House 169 big than one kind of trouble at once {I children of Lake CIty, and Mr.
2-2985 or SY = .. kind and Mrs. Maurice Lindauer and
GENERAL_ ELECTRIC --6331---1 pecan trees, 1.25 acres tobacco. Some people bear three : I|
Georgia Plate Glass Co. Price $22,500. See W. L. Bryan.SY2298S all they bahad, all they hate children of Valdosta had dinner

APPLIANCESGENERAL .Store Fronts I' or Robert Ehlert. SY2- now, and an they expect to | Sunday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Shiver.
6331. Registered Real Estate Brok- have.Edward Everett Hale '
ELECTRIC"ULTRAVISION" I F.U,U..ic .Mirrors Resilvered 'b :.. .
.Tub Enclosures showers ers tip I
: Cl Miss Lflimett Hammock and Jack Mr. and Mrs. PewiyweH KekyI
TV 215 W. Savannah: Aye 12-52951 NEEDED Langworthy were married in I and children of Live Oak spent

.. 1. DVASHEIf VALDOSTA. J. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin I Brooksville Saturday* 'April 6. Miss I I Sunday with their son-in-law and

f M HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 Lire Oak. Florida for aH your Hammock is the' daughter of :Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland

New highpowered"SuperM6" n 4 bedrooms near downtown $7500. Bpuieal needs from organs and and Mrs. Frank Hammock of Pin- Selph and children.

Chassis P o t .e Let us show you this one only one pianos to record and record play etta and :Mr. Langworthy is the .

-full powertransformer I.fticeratlr of several listed with Robert EblertSY26331. ...... tie son of Mr. and Mrs. .Tony Lang- Rev. and Mrs. Marcus Morrisonand

or with W.L. Bryan. SY2- worthy of Brooksvffle. The .young Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Burnett
fcf cipccftr Ia 2985 Registered Real Estate Brokers ,USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR I couple are making' their home in were dinner guests of Mrs. Annie
its COTptct ltd Sal. Good cottditlca. $40. mm* ,
Rev. Morrison is
Famous G-E GLARE- omit IrfrfjwiUMagnetic" ." tfc. : Brooksville. I I Morgan Sunday.
o $50. MaBnlags Radio Repair. *' .*. pastor of Corinth Baptist Church.
1 I r
JECTOR cuts glare I tie ,
I I Mr. and Mrs.Edward! Alderman .
reflections-Dark Safety Door FARMERSIt veekend with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Selph and
of Tampa spent*turn,
HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, In i t 1
safety window removes I J takes money '-to make good location near hospital, suIt- their parents, Mft.andJtfrs. Gordoni : Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Selph visited
for cleaning See your cooperativePCA i Mrs. Joseph Herring in YoSee Sun
MODEL ts-lo money. able for two apartments. $7,000. l Alderman. I II
for farmer-planned Joan R *
a day.
Can W. L. SY2-29S3, j -
Bryan. or
MODEL M732-YMD Terms to 7 yem See North and .
up Mr. and Mrs. Jr Er Williams I
RANGES Robert Ehlert, SY2- 33L Reg. Real
Credit Assoc I James Blair has 1 been confinedto
Florida Production children of Jacksonville spent the
&t,40Dn..>ft* ImmUt 8tf iation. South Ohio Avenue Live Estate Bra;rf.. Other property''weekend with their parents Mr.I Piheview General Hospital for
also avalab tic I
$289 ""* 01 Coot.:J SId! Orw Oak, Florida Telephone 362-2588 >e.", and Mrs. WinstonWilliams.. Mrs. ![the past several days where he un

.c.1rM'3' w. ... I For Rent or Sale 3 bedroom |Williams and the children remain!.derwent .surgery.
w.ae1 sign arts FOR SALE Good Modern Home house with 3 inch deep welL Out- led for a longer VjU.
0-.1.......- side of' :hottsg recently painted. 1 Mr and Mrs. David Keeling and
road near
and 2 paved
WJNr acres on 1 :Mrs. Franklin Gaston.was visiting Sunday in Pi etta
I : s children'spent
wen screened porch. block building on back of lot to
PLUS. .. ,. .fL986 Jasper.$2500 down.Deep. See W..L. Bryan.SY2- be used for storage or utilities. i her brother-Inlawsister,, with their parents and grandparents
: and Mrs. LanJdbrd Webb in Mr. and Mrs Frank Ham-
Mr. ,
Locat.' 5r niiJPinetta' Florida
t If DAYLIGHT M.UE" $ctr.t: ;. l : "';""Utf 2985. or Real Robert Estate Ehlert Brokers.SY26331.Reg. tfc. Louise Bland, Admix, Ph. CH2618LValdosta. :!(Jacksonville*or'er''the:weekend.She| mode. Mr., and MCHanwook
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have .
"G ; Map|also visited Mr. and Mrs. Louin I were fortunate enough to a
1( FOR SALE Lot en Suwanne I Gaston. <,of their .children.home with them
Represent*!!*) Needed in this! the
I Sunday during day.:
River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- (
J. O.BURCH CO. ,.. .sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert. Real area for Stanley Home Products.No I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zipperer and I I .
:; experience needed. Can make daughter Miss Lois Zipperer spent' Mrs. R. J. MiHphir" been con-
792-6331 tic
Estate Broker ,$>0 to $100 per week. Contact Mrs.j t Saturday night and _Sunday in,tined to Archibald Memorial 1IosptI -
JASPER Billy- e o. Burch SY2 SEPTIC TANK sad Drain Field i Una Douberly Route 1 Box 34,,,, Starke with :Mr. and Mrs. Charles I tai in Thomas 'file for the past several -
Cleaning J. W. Darby Jasper Lake City or 'telephone 7522650M Zipperer and son Randall. One of I days where she underwent

-Can after 6 p.m. tic 24 c the daughters Mr. and Mrs. Law-I surgery.


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