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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 10, 1963
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I } "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It"

by John T. Miller Board of Public

This article is to Instruction
: designed giv I The Board of Directors of the Hamilton
in brief the origin of the consol i| Warns of Danger County

idation movement and to present: Jasper. Florida the Editor. Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday night, May 1 13, ,

some of the advantages it pro t[From Parathion May 7, 1963 at 8:00 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce Office in
vides as an instrument of school ad.. The Board of Public I

\ ministration. 'It is in no way*intended I FThe state Board of Health today< ; '? Hamilton" County? met Instruction'of today: in, .- .. ,, :"Ff ..". !-................. ',-" the city hall building in Jasper. All Board members

to reflect or to refer to the I urged spring gardeners to read, regular session. The following were I e- I are especially urged to attend ahd'visitors are 'ow't ed. .
school situation in Hamilton Coun!j carefully the label 'o! any insectiI present: Clyde Hunter chairman.
(Ed. note: The .letter below was written on the subject of the v .-:- ? ..
I i tide before using it. I II Johnny Butler Allen B. Tyree,f "
ty.The rejection the council
by city of the request to build a church in
concept of high school consolidation Frank: :Matthews and E. V. Stor
I i There are over 40,000 brands ,of,
I I certain
i a residential neighborhood. The Jasper News welcomes DEFENSE COMMENDATION
is relatively new. A half I mant. The superintendent and 'secretary
[ insecticides and,pesticides register-j }I letters to the. $Uor for publication on any subject. TheTiter's
the term with Its to the board T.
present Harry
century ago 'exi with the ILS. Department of Ag- I
will belSvithheld
J name on request but must be signed to thelettersent I
r meaning! and use ,was practically i r riculture' and many contain chemi- P.e"(?, was present. injf .
unknown. Within this span I Icf Gals"deadly to man, said! John MuVrennan ,- I IThe' meeting opened with, prayer. f Genflemeniof: .
howevet vasfchangesmd I board's ty Mr. Reid. ,0 U ;- j error!
years director, of the ;s,; '
rapid progress have been registered JScreau of Entomology. 1 l,. The transportation report_ .for I j liThe, Fool; hath said,in his heart, there is no God.but you.say A1E Oat* x.

in every aspect of our educational -I 1 I the, seventh month was given in jl I didn't say thatJQ thought there was a God. '
structure beginning at He said it is not the use but mis!I detail by Mr. 'Reid I Well you say there is a God, but,you acting as if there was not Way Down Upon The Suwanncc River

grade level. and extending through I use of insecticides and pesticides i I The financial report for the month I one, is the same. f 'iH1'r sc 'G S
which kills humans. the I Jesus, said uOlatthew 18:6, "But whosoever shall offend one of x
the graduate school of the taufrersity. Among !lof April was presented as follows;:
: In fact, our whole philsophy cf | dangerous ones Js parathion,'and 1 I RECEIPTS and BALANCES j 1 these 'hich'be1ie..e" in me, it were better for him that a millstone were

education has undergone rhn32 .through 1962 Florida, had 39 deaths ,!Total Receipts from State i hanged' about his. neck and that he were drowned in the 'depth of the

from that jof a classical ani disciplinary i-: from this alone.i Sources.......-..*.... 65,727.00. "sea. Woe unto.'the world because of Offenses, but it needs be that
conception to ore of a more?"I, ,i Total Receipts from Local I offenses come, .but woe to them by whorrr the pffense cometh. IQth

direct and practical nature in keeping i we could eliminate parathion I: Sources-.e.............. 11055.92 !i verse: "Take heed that you despise not one: of these little ones for he ;

with the changes that have i from home use. we'd have relative-r Total Balances .......... 102,545.50 says unto you that ")Heaven their Angels do always behold the face

characterized our cultural patternof ; ely little "trouble with bug-killing : Clearing Account .....*... 18528.38 of my Father which is in Heaven." But you say, I am a believer too. Well

life. r chemicals Mulrennan said. 'Par- ':Grand Total........... 197856.80.then who did you work against-the church, which is the body of Christ. [

The history of the rise and I athion can kill you just" by getting i l EXPENDITURES and BALANCESTotal ,There is a woe pronounced on those who offend, the believers of Christ

growth of the public high school i in; some on your hands. Administration ...... 1498.03 "The Church of ,God" and whover blasphemes the Holy Ghost. You

the United States reveals the f'ct Some of the compounds are poisonous Total Instruction ........ 52,883.08 'say, "I haven't'blasphemed". No not irf words but in actions you have. t

among others, that every hamlet f when inhaled or swallowed,:Total. Operation of Plant ...4,360.34 Beware you Gentlemen of error, "13e not deceived, God is not mocked,

and cross roads community was others when absorbed thru the I I Total Maintenance ........ 511.71 for whatsover a man soweth that shall he also reap.

ambitious to have its own high skin. They should be carefully Total Auxiliary Services ..6,474.84 i A Believer

school and have it located within I t*ored and kept out of reach of i Total Fixed Charges .......177.66 I i : _
walking distance of its patrons. To I children.! Total Capital Outlay ........ 110.00 ,I. The Stephen Foster Memorial at White Springs Florida, has been

the accomplishment of this end the I J Total Cash ,and Reserves 113,014.29Clearing :, warded Department of Defense Certificate of Commendation for out-

policy of carrying the school to the I, Persons using any of' the compounds Accounts ........ 18,826.85 PROCLAMATION? tandmg community leadership and cooperation in National Civil Defense -

ppparently ,I should be careful of wind I Grand Total ............ 197,856.80A 'I' by providing 'fallout- shelter facilities for the public, thereby in-
people was unconsciously.adopted I or drift; pets and children should I motion was made by Mr. Mat- .J ; CITY OF JASPER '<' breasing the capacity of our county to survive and recover in the event

either consciously school in or communityis II be kept out of ,the area; hands : thews .seconded by Mr. Stormant, OFFICE OF THE MAYORWHEREAS if attack.At .

A high splendid campaign every slogan but !', should be. washecrimmediately' af- and carried, that this report be I I the President of the United .States has proclaimed: .a recent, ceremony, Mr. Foster I*. Barnes, Director of the

a that was destined to meet unf ter the chemical is used-and .clothing adopted. 1 i,May 18, 1963. ARMED FORCES DAY urging increased'-public under Stephen Foster Memorial, was presented the certificate of commenda-

one surmounting obstacles sooner or I also, if any of the material! A motion was made by Mr. Matthews -I standing of the Tote of our armed forces as a defensive shield serving ion by Colonel Julian C. Wood Retired, Director of Civil Defense for

later. has been spilled on clothes. seconded by Mr. Tyree, and!!in partnership with friends around the world, and iamilton Conuty, on behalf of Mr. Stewart L. Pittman, Assistant Seere-

Mulrennan said any victim of, carried to incur a loan from the 1 I WHEREAS. the Governor of the State of Florida has declaredit any of Defense (Civil Defense). -

After some time education It become and to insecticidal misuse should be tak- Hamilton County Bank in the particularly appropriate that our citizens should devote this day to The Hamilton County Civil Defense program is a joint under

who leadersin interested in promoting en to a doctor or hospital immed-, mount of $11,126.00; approval a-I paying tribute to those of our Armed forces, both actvie and reserve who taking by Federal, State, County and Municipal governments, working

others were that change in i telv. And so that treatment this loan has been given by :stand constant guard: against aggression and together for the benefit and safety of the people of Hamilton County.

education adviseableeven a can be most effective you should |I II State Department of Education.Mrs. f WHEREAS all citizens should be- aware of the roles and missions I Photo by W. B. Feagl

education policy was I be prepared to tell the doctor the Virginia Davis submitted [ of our'defensive forces who protect our homes and our way of life
that the organi- I
necessary- in name of the product or even give'!'her resignation: as a teacher in the from ambitious aqd unscrupulous rulers; .
zation of a high every i him the bottle or can with its label :Jasper High School, effecitve at NOW THEREFORE. I. C. E. Courtoy by virtue of the authority
financially impossible
communoty was other the end of this term, to accept em- vested in me as Mayor of the City of Jasper, do hereby proclaim May 18, t
to achieve and in r I
ployment in the Panama Canal 963, as .f

"' it was a questionable dohofart prac- -- 'I Zone. A motion was'made by Mr.tiCrtthewsr >:4' ARMED FORCES DAY yy tt

tic to follow. What to the necessary; sectu>n:-.jof.. .thCcountryJthat"? | seodnded*by MrBUtler In the CSty of Jasj&f uid call'apoiirour people tQ )ohi J rk tt..grt demonstration /., ... -

proceed making are .unable. .or unwilling i ,to see ,; and carried that this resignation: of national strengthby active participation In'patriotic;'programs
careful planningand
changes called I the advantages and :enriched op-,be accepted and that Mrs. Davis be in our community and by visiting; such military installations as may be

diplomatic execution portunties to be had by a program'''given first consideration for re-ap- open on this occasion, and trail upon the citizens of the City of Jasper to

During this period of growth: and of sound consolidation., Many reasons pointment as a teacher in our sys- further demonstrate our national unity by displaying the Flag of the

expansion in education! ,a ,move-I I can always be found for combining tem when she returns to the stateof United States in front of their homqs\ and places of business. ,

ment, now known as :high' school small: high schools into larger -I Florida. IN .WITNESS .WHEREOF .1 .rove

consolidation, had its beginning! ones. The argument against A'1etter was read from :Mrs.: here unto set my hand and caused the

and passed its petiod ol experimentation consolidation-in most every case Holdah Gay stating that she plan- Seal of, the City t>f Jasper to be affixed -

in response to a condition of -is unsound based on false pride. !ned to retire from.teaching at the -S this* 7th day of May, A. D. 1963C.

over-expansion that resulted from Consolidation has been achieved end of this term. A motion was E. Courtoy

f S the rapid growth of high schools. in most sections of the country. made by Mr Tyree seconded by Mayor, City of Jasper, Florida iI

", The advocates Of this movement, of the small high school in .Mr. Butler and carried, that her J ATTEST: *

i proceeded sow y and cautiously at\|'most instances has passed along request be granted.A i 1hm] 1. Bembry City Clerk I I t f
first since it was new and quite a read from Mrs.
I with other outmoded community or- letter was I II
departure from the current prac-. that she be SENIORS MEETThe
ganizations. **- &,3" Evelyn Davis asking: JASPER MILK STORE CHANGES
| her continuing contract I I
Graduates from small high released from
tice.The introduction of consolidation schools I teacher since she will Senior class of Jasper .had a MANAGER HOURS
as a ,
are frequently: placed at a : I,
called: for a reversal of present from the county at the meeting to decide on money making .
I disadvantage when made to compete be moving j I Suwannee Valley Dairies Drivein -
practice. Instead of carrying' the with. those from 'larger high'II end of this school term. A motion projects for air educationaltour Store announces, in this issue
school to the!; people, it made provision -1 r Mr. Matthews; seconded and to get ready for class
schools that better made by
to I ,are equipped was new store hours 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
for carrying the people and offer superior advantages in I by Mr. Tyree ,and night. six days a week and also the em- t
unbelievable! Impossible! j We decided to have "Gold in the
school be granted.
: every department of instruction that this request carried'i I ployment s of Mrs. Sara Lashley as
improvements in trans-! i Pot Day" on Wednesday morning
With With very few exceptions the above i A motion was made by manager. A general over-haul of
portation facilities-goods roads- j in1 I Ip41ctice. Mr. Butler May 15.Then I
been fully demonstrated seconded by I the local drive-in store is part of a
roads safe and rapid tran-j William we began toappoint com-
paved the resignation of ?
ried that general sharpening of their mer-
J up
sit.:....the problem of distance was ) -Small teacher in the mittees to work on our class night |
A. a chandising. The company also dis-
Furthermore the small high
made almost negligible. j t School be accepted, program. The theme is "Hawaiian '
Jackson continued the Half-Pints Cartoon
school graduate is often penalized: Jerry .
The new ,experiment, however'Iwas of]'if he plans to continue his education effective April 19, 1963. Eye". (I I ad in the Jasper News and instead / C

tried with some degree ,, in a standard liberal arts col-' Based on the recommendation of The committee for the class his- plan to run a weekly ad with spec-
skepticism and hestitation. the principal and nomination of arustee tary is: Mary Dorman Ann.Taylor, ials' .
lege or a technological school. A'
proved: to be a (; .l
ately 'the James L. Dunaway was and Jackie Robinson. I
real problem sometimes .
success from the very beginning. ) emerges appointed a teacher in the Jasper I The class Will: Jan David. and
I at ,this point. To meet possible'declencies' s
'over-head Planned To
It cut the cost of operation (( and anticipated academic High School for the 19G3- .t term: Nancy Ehlert. i
'and at the same(time improved J this by motion of Mr. Matthews Giftorian: Bobbie ,Jean Hayes ,
I obstacles the collegiate level was
the,quality and increased the quan- many boys and girls whose parentsare seconded by Mr. Stormant. Billy DaD, and Virginia Vickery;, Benefit JSurned0jut -
tity of the educational product. The Mr. Matthews Susan Levin John
made by Prophecy:
A motion was
to involyd
in defray expenses -
new practice gradually gained seconded by Mr. Storman, Haskins .and Theresa Taylor. i ) Family
are sent away from home to ,
popularity policy'' perparatory schools for advantages and carried that Mrs. Lillian S.1, Class Song: Class, lead by Pat- 'A fire wiped out the home and

The advocates of the new that are not made available for Saunders, be nominated for reappointment tricia Bundy and Theresa Taylor. all belongings of the Lewis Carter

-and particulars those unpopular who execu-at them in their small, local high: as a member of the ad- Our class night program is abso- family of Bellville last Saturday LiIiE.1-
ted It-became very North Fonda lutely free to all. It will
for began I
The in practice meant school. This is very expensive but visory board prom morning. They were working
first. "-
'inefficient pays handsome dividends upon the Junior College. ptly at eight o'clock on Friday. outdoors in the yard at the time j
the closing of many small. Jen SPEECH CLAS8.OF. JENNINGS HIGH PRESENTS A PLAY
evening 31. ,
of the Jasper May
investment in instances. The The principals and were,unable to enter the house. I '
many t
and their :
community schools Above are three scenes from a play entitled "He Ain't Done
WHite Springs High Our Class president BO.Bernbry'will i
-ni family
and consistS'6f two daughters
combining into larger, more efficient high school ,in most instan- recommen, be Master Ceremonies.. The Right By Nell" presented by the Speech Class of Jennings High SchooLThe
!' some 17 and 12 of besides
J School; presented
is best years age
ces. doing the it can with the
and better equipped high of the in the dining of the old Perkins
relative to the annual Sent, entire class will be participatingand the parents. i scene play was room
school located in the centers of resources that are made available. ) attendance. !homestead. Place of the play was in a small town in the Far West.
recommendations covet
tor Class trips. These ( we your |i I Mrs. Glenn McCall is sponsoring
Why not consolidate? Why not take
not always in walking time In lateafternoon in iebroary.'I .
population- Bobbie Jean ,The was a ,
will be studied. Hayes a miscellaneous shower to benefit
this !
distance of partons.Communities : step in the direction of progress -.: j I(
? i Mr. M. L. Powell, principal of i I the family on Monday May 13 at Taking part in the play were:

generally speaking *the Jasper High School was present Deadline I J her home from 8 to 10 p.m. 'I Ellen Scaff as Nell Perkins (Little Nell), just an old-fashioned heroine.
surrender the -
were reluctant to Finally only sound criterion build- 1 Annaree Hiers Granny Perkins, who carries a secret fee
: and talked of the school i I She has issued a cAll for gifts of as years.
their schools which had become- the for small determining whether or not ing needs for the high school stu- G. I. Loan, any kind, including money, because Judy Crosby as Laura (Lolly) WIBdns. This part portrayed a typicalold
local schools' should
along with the high consolidate "
dents in this area. they need everything. The family : maid who was always saying "well, it's all in a lifetime.
center of community life and acti- *' into larger ones is the welfare The minutes of the meeting of i I is staying at Jennings at the A. T. Linda Fay Selph did well as Vera Carleton who was the daughter of a
inefficient' t tbe
vity. Regardless of how and educational advantages to Kenneth Daniels local Veterans
read to the boardA .Downing home a relative. famous and prosperous mill owner.
2. 1963 were
school and how far it below had the and who j :
the was by boys girls Service Office states that WWII
motion was made by Mr. Matthews I Ben Bates did a grand job as Hilton Hayes, a wolf in sheep's clothing.
the required standards for recognition are involved. This is a matter of : veterans should take advantage of i
seconded by Mr. Tyree ,and ,: TOBACCO: MEETING FRIDAY Jim Deas cleverly portrayed Jack Logan, the manly hero.
It still was highly prized as prime Importance-this is a ques-j j their G. I. home loan as quicklyas j
i announced the and the devotions.
carried that they be adopted. IN LAKE CITY Eddie Sullivan play gave .
a community institution. tion concerning which all personal possible, the deadline is draw-.,

Community pride when fortifiedby feelings petty jealousies, and all I Tnere being no further business' ing to a close for most WWII veter-j will A be meetingof held this tobacco farmers JASPER POST each building will involve air-con
the meeting 'was adjourned. Friday, May 10
community solidarity is very othersinilar hindrances must be In each the painting and
ans. instance., expira ditionings lighting
Instruction in Lake City at 10:00 the
Public at
of a.m.
difficult to counteract When anchored subordinated--willingly or unwillingly I Chairman I tion date of entitlement is computed Armory' located behind the tobacco general repair work.

to worthwhile movements in favor of boys and girls Clyde Hunter by adding 10 years to the date AIRCONDITIONEDFederal Plans and specifications for all
warehouses. and
ATTEST HARRY T REID The new grades
and progressive measures community who are to be educated and equipped of discharge or release from active
Superintendent support prices win be discussed of the projects are expected to be
becomes"most laud- to meet the constantly increas-l DeFuniak
pride service additional period buildings at
f plus an
Bulk curing systems and research completed in the fall of this year.
able and,commendable. It is pos- ing pressure of competition in I equal to one year for each three Springs, Live Oak Madison and I I
win be outlined. tobacco tying
ma- services eon-
sible however, for community every segment of human relation-, months of active duty performed Jasper, Florida are scheduled for I The professional
and other
chines items of interest Regional
pride to become a hindrance and ships. The need for trained ,dedii i during the war period. WWII en- improvement i tract was let by fee Atlanta
All farmers
are invited. Services
{ General
handicap to community sated and to has*been awarded to Office of
progress. courageous titlement toG I loans began ex- A contract II
This has been demonstrated con- every: aspect of human experience .If pire on July 25. 1962 and in no Barrett. Daffin and Bishop, Post Administration 1W6 Peaehtree

nection with the high :school con- has never been greater than it is case can extend beyond July 25, Office Box 11461 Tallahassee Florida I Street N. W. Atlanta 9. Ga. That

solidation movement. at the present time. Consolidations 1967. 'The maximum home loan is to develop plans and specifications -'office will also solicit bIds for the

Unfortunately there are isolated a contributing factor! It passed i $15,000 and the maximum Inter : 'CWati fojthe work. repair and improvement work at a

communities scattered over certain.the experimental stage years ago. -- est rate"is 5% percent. .: The repairs and izn; date to be announced later.




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@ {number. .. -.' I refreshment table which was overlaid ginla Caldwell, Lonnie:Rhodes and And now the )Distinguished fist. agement. This information will-be !

I I ** with a lace cloth. The punchbowl himself He is anxfoui: to get Vir- I This is a prideful record not only relayed to the several clubs.

I McCall dan Celebrated On The: was encircled with Rose buds. ginia's (Mrs. R, G. Shecles) ad-I 1 I for Rusty but for Dr. and Mrs. Later in the week she attended ,

iSi" I Weekend. I I Mrs. Crosby wore a. pink nylon dress.A Mickler. 6- .. 4-H Camp planning session down 4

cw4Yt j Mrs. Celete Tompkins and,daughter I voile. Pictures were made of the portion of this bobby is!, finding II Twice too, the Micklers"tiave"received at Gainesville. "" \;
Miss Chloe came up from Wildwood group. old wills especially in his own,family !
a letter from one of the | 4-ITers will
f on the weekend tto visit relatives I ,} .. encamp at Cherry '
Lewis Sapp a student at Emory school officials that assured them Lake June 3 and will be joined by .
c1ObPs ; and# the Folk Festival.
attend I He kindly gave me a of 4 '1
U. has been made a member of things they already know about the 4-Hers from Sumter County. .
and Mrs
with Mr.
Friday they spent copies of a will that goes like this--
''J V. McCall and attended the I the Phi Beta Kapa fraternity. This "In the name of God: Amen, I their son. That is "he seems to I '

:i Festival in the evening, i is a signal-honor always. Christopher Hinton of Amelia County know instinctively what is proper 1. Nature never rhymes her chtt-
SYcaaDah Z-4951 ss and desiable in his relations circa nor makes two alike".
; H.a with
-utS ,vq I 1 "Sanr-dav they Racked a. picniclunch r Mr. Moultrie R. Jones, remembered (Virginia) being of perfect mind I j jand.memory (this fejllow students and his teachers i .
and headed for White Springs [ : thanks be given God
here as'vocational teacher, nowa on the other hand he is in no JGNMNGS SENIOR CLASS
The Methodist Chuch observed Bureau and Addie McCall I therefore calling to mind the mortality way
include England, Italy Saturday night Mrs. principal in Georgia at Pine- timorous or subservient." VISITS LEGISLATUREi

ti children's Day at church Sunday. Turkey', Isreal, Greece, Egypt Jor' was the hostess for supper. I view was in town Sunday afternoon t of my body and knowing . ]I Thursday the Seniors came to

r, This is a special once a year occasion dan 7 days in Lebanon, then back {| Mrs Bertha McCall joined the speaking to friends. that it is appointed for all men once Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote school dressed up-at least the boys !

in Methodism.The thru Switzerland, France. Cindy, group on Sunday and all spent the I f to die, do make and ordain this my "Why should I hasten to solve--,,'I said so--they wore coats.
young crowd occupied the will represent her own ,Baptist day at Hickory Bottom farm. I last will and testament that is to I I,I Three
took the
j i,. Orton Bryan with the U. S. Air every riddle which life offers? Ii| cars group over:
choir and three special Church at this Conference. enjoyedby I say principally and first of all I 'i
sang num- A wonderful time was Force stationed in Hawaii was here,, am assured that the questioner The drivers were: Mrs. WaHace j
bers. The children's Hymn: "A # all. I Ii. I :give and recommended my body .Selph, Mrs. Maud Havener and.Mr.
for Easter and his birthday visiting who brings me so problems :
Little Talk with Jesus" and I have Mrs. Margaret FJamum of Moore- # I i many
to the ,
i. i his He earth to be burned in decent ,will bring the answers also In due Billy Blair.
a home." Becky Lewis was accom- haven was the guest of Mrs. Leonard : JUDY SKEEN CROSBY : parents. speaks highly Christian burial at the discretion of( '!
I' Hawaii. I time. When We arrived at the Captitel '
:: panist. Register several days.. She left HONORED ,lof .* I Ir my executors: Nothing doubting I .. ........,..". _.., ..... .S?M. Deas met us; from there w .
The ushers were Tommy Owens, Thursday to, visit her sister Mrs. '"*s, Ray...Bumettt recerl 1Y coinptimented "* bUtaf the general resurrection-I I ""
I Fear taken marvelous tour.
Mrs."Georgia Wetherington and I God ,ard where : were on a .
; you go
-,1 c: 4andJames Barton RTebufh Judy witrTa lovely mis- '
Home in Madisonthenfor
Mrs. C. D. ;Barker Jr. left Monday|j shall receive the same again by the men shall think they walk in hal- We went to the House of Representatives
The offering was taken by: SteveColl rellaneous shower at her new coun- f
a while with''another sister, I of
morning for Atlanta for a few mighty power God and as touching llowed cathedrals" where we heard a bill ar-
r urn, Keith Young, Michael Dun- home. : I ,
Mrs. Russell prink in Jacksonville."The try such as worldly estate I'
days visit. Mrs. Wetherington to my ,gued. We were joined by Mrs. J.
away and Rob Rogers. The have was decorated with
Mary Katherine Chandler and
where with
I it ham pleased God
The children went to the altar only money of God is God. beautiful roses from the hostess see Charlie and family and Mrs. I Garnet 1:(W. McAlpin.
Barker visit and to bless me in this life I give and Hickman were at home.,i The Honorable Joe McAlpin introduced
with to Rebecca Max. I
for Communion He pays never anything less, j i iI .
as a group. They own garden. !' from Tallahassee the
dispose of th in the past weekend.
same following us to the House. From
were accompanied b ytheir Sunday or any thing e'Jse. I "T-s Dorothv Creech kept the 1
I I I I .
*' manner,and form. I there we toured the building, visiting -
j School teachers. The only reward of''virtue is bride's book. The group was entertained i was Joyce Smith was at home Sunday
The wfll
Hilton of signed Chritopher I II the Govenor's office and Com
Mrs. Owen
J. We understand Mrs. Billy Payne virtue. The only way to have -a with two clever contests Mr. and from Stetson. Harold' Croft of Val,
0 i Hinton the 12th day of June 1747. missioners Conners office.
Ii'' steered the young people .in .this friend is to be one which was directed by Mrs. Jean- Hiealeah are here visiting their son I dosta joined the family in Sunday
. observance. ette Jordon. and his family Mr. and Mrs. Owen The Men's Fellowship of the Ad- and for the church service.J. We had lunch at Morrison's 0&Ie-
Rusty fickler went to Baylor Hinton Jr. I teria.
Prizes went to Mrs. N. Morgan, vent Christian Church entertained'
Cindy Chandler leaves June 19 only for the 9th grade work. Mrs. Marian Deas, Miss Inez .Mc Mr. and Mrs. Hinton retired now at Ladies night Monday evening I C. Moore of North Florida Jr. We also visited the Senate wherewe

for a European tourdestinationBeirut Jasper school hopes to remedy Call and Mrs. Leon Skaff. i! are genealogists for pleasure and,I May 6 in the new educational building College, Madison, spoke to the congregation were greeted by Senator Houston -

Lebanon for the 6th Baptist his perhaps weakness in-the cur- The many beautiful gifts were : that is a word or two is, lovers' of Judge McCbrmick of the First Baptist Roberts.
World Youth Conference. This tour ricullum. then peresented to the honoree. history.He I,I speaker with the subject-was guest"The Church Sunday May 5. Rev. Sayer j i' Then we visited the Governor's'mansion '

is sponsored by Gus Johnson of the lIe will be home next year. The These she opened for the enjoymentof I I has a small picture of the Supreme Court decision in Prayer. i Canova and Mrs. Canova and chil- where we saw the state

Florida Baptist Convention. ThisIs Micklers are a close knit ,family all. The hostess served punch, graduating class of 1921-three I It most dren were away vacation., .. rooms. /
I I was a enjoyable evening
operated by the seadeh Travel that can ill spare one of their cookies, mints and nuts from the graduates and the: principal: VirNOTHING -I with about 50 in attendance. i Then we toured the F.S.U. cam-
I pus. We had a good time!, a wonderful
I The Home Demonstration Clubs
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of Hamilton County took advan-
The Presbyterians are observing
to everyone who made this trip
,'0 ': "Christian family" week 5-12. The tage of the Stephen Foster Festival possible.We .
pastor Rev. Ed Montgomery will to present to the many visitors
wish to thank Mr. S. M.
give the 2nd of his two in the seriesof some of the county skills and to
TO BUY! NOTHING TO SPEND Deas for helping to arrange this
sermons on the will of God. May make a bito' money for their, various -
-"The Ultimate Will of God." j activties. grand tour. .

: Midway had a quilting and sole ..
T- Break-
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I have recehed with thanks the (cpkPs 1 The molt i is the White Cross :
fast time-the last meeting of the
Just Save Your Money At First: Federal Savings & Loan Asssociation of Valdosta And Receive : little booklet of family devotions pattern and is offered for sale for' club season. Don't miss it.

sent with the monthly letter from $25 which will be added to theiro .
.. the Presbyterians. i "-"" 'p s\ke of 1950. !'
I .E I I The Eurnham Club sold home "C friend ,never strike sail to a !

y,;; APPRECIATION GIFTS FOR SAVINGS "Without the rich heart, wealthis made soap and baked goods ,to fear. Come into part greatly, or

an ugly beggar." the amOunt of about 316,00. sail with God the seas, for every
I'passing is cheered and refined
I I. New Hope made S8.00 in lye hom- eye "
;. '; I Rusty Mickler know to by the vision.
you goes iny. The Jasper --Glob'sold
Any One of Thes'ii"Ere t'ltems Can Be Yours Absolutely Free! : Baylor School up in ChattanoogaTown. and biscuits and ham in the amount aprons !I Emerson I

As of April 26 he is on the of perhaps $35.00. -
; I ;! High Council "Always do what
"Distinguished List" which is the
These receipts 10 "
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< highest rating of the school--Ca- cent to the Stephen Foster Memorial. . I

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and :Mr. in, was bridesmaid. They wore PVT. MARTY WOOD ,
with their daughter family
2 Saturday. I
I'll be on .
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t* .' -" and'Mrs. J. C. Lee. and children. identical street-length dresses in COMPLETES TRAINING
J4t : LOIS Z1PPEREK ,!. .. ts."MG crystal blUe de sole with |I I
By t tWHAT'S peau I
: Army Pvt. Martin W. Wood ,son
;; g Lk .. Mr. and Mrs. James Young and scoop neckline fitted -jacket, and
of Mr. andvMrs. Kenneth G. WoodSr.
f the" Jennings. school' auditorium. WRONG! I daughters were up from Orlando tMB dA bell-shaped skirt. Each. carried a Florida
Jasper; completed a
.t\ Girls. modeling, dresses ,should be i and nosegay of white carnations, accented -
sContinued Here is a truth we might as well I visiting their parents grandparents five-week basic aricraft mainten-
c..s "--f- I.- there not later than 7:00 pjn. for face I Mr. and Mrs George MARILYN JOYNER with blue ribbon.' ? ance course at The Aviation Center,

"" 'last minute instnicdons.'Mrs. Young.Sr. over the weekend.; La Trell Bostick. nieceVof,' the Rucker Ala. 19.
plain Fort April
from page 2j. As as a tall church steeple; WEDS LAKELAND MAN
Wylma White wil be at J en- There's nothing wrong with the bride served as flower girl, and During the course. Wood received
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Haupt and
her dress was similar to those of
May 7.Several. instruction in the operation of
ings'school after school, May 13 to human race
and son Wayne Charleston, S. C.
other attendants. She carrieda
the ;
airfields and in the service-
mothers took them to assist girls with their record books. But people! Army
Live Oak where they boarded the S. Omar Barker spent the weekend with their sister white lace basket filled with rose ing and maintenance of fixed and
train, on this grand occasion Mrs. May 14 she wil be at the White i I Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer. I petals. Ringbearer was Johnny Joy rotcry wing aircraft.
Springs Methodist Educational .t .. cousin of the bride. ,
Williams was of course offical Air. and Mrs. Jack Lusk and I ner Wood enterest the in De-
guide. building to help the girls with unfinished baby of Newberry, South Carolina i I The happiest people are those i I The bridegroom son of Mr. and cember 1962 and completed basic .

Mother also met them in Madi' record* books.., spent the weekend of April 27{!who are too busy to notice whether j Mrs. Leon Finley, of 2345: Tangle- training at Fort Gordon, Ga.

son with the picnic dinner. : Jimmy and Lucille Hill Bell live with their mother, Mrs.' Elizabeth;they are or not. Friendly Chats (I wood, chose his father to be his The 17 year old soldier attended!
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at Oxford Miss. and Jimmy gets Kramer .They returned to their: best man, and Jack Peddy for his Jasper High School.
The "Miracle Worker" the storyof his Ph.d in Chemistry in September home Tuesday April 30. Mrs. Stella Crawford, Mrs. Agnes groomsman. Ushers were Richardi

Helen'Ke er will be at the Fay He has just received! a,contract for I .J HaweD and,Mrs. Allie Gaston visited -M d i I Joyner of Plant City and Donald ; NOT OF THANKS *

theatre Friday and Saturday and 2 year at Oak Ridge Teen. for Post Mr. -and Mrs. Lloyd Deas of their Mother Mrs>'Bertha Blair] ;,. 'c Harden. Cande'lighters were David' To our friends and relatives for
-Andy Prine is one o fthe players Doctorate research. Lakeland, Florida spent some time''of the W. T. Edwards Hospital in I : '''Joyner, brother of the bride and the expressions of sympathy duringthe

Helen Keller's half brother, I be- These young people have worked last week with their sister and.Tallahassee Sunday. Larry Finley, brother of the bride- death of our brother and bro-
lieve., diligently for 2 years at the Uof family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Burn-i S groom ther-in-law, Basil Shiver.
Friday night It's at ":00 and a Mississippi. Lucile is lab technicianI ham. Mr. and Mrs. Deas also spent|I Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell Sullivan 1 I 1 Isaac and Hattie Shiver
land daughter of Jacksonville hadi .' '\- "
matinee at 2 o'clock Saturday. 1 I I at the University hospital while some time up north visiting rela, .' "'" ': \ I
If you would laugh and cry and Jimmy has worked on his chemist-i tives. i dinner Sunday with their parents I II ,"" "" .' ,.'. ,,;"';, I i A reception followed in the Florida Forest
Mr.and Mrs. Winston Williams. -
go thru all the emotions then try *'*. I I :!.:.a'p. I church social hall. Assisting in hospitalities
':"The Miracle Worker". I think We are very proud of our young' Mrs. P. H. WIsenbaker visitedMr. iI '! ". '" .d' were Mrs. L. McKinley, Service Reportsi
I Mrs. Addie McCaD and Mrs. :t: >, .?i""t _. I !
and Mrs. George Young Sr. < ',:! I Ifa :Mrs. Claude Harden Miss Barbara
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Irene Culbreth visited Mr. and Mrs. < Allen Miss Catherine SUtton Mrs. i The Florida Forest Serivce headquarters
last afternoon. ,. ,
Thursday They enjoyed ...,. I I
R. J. afternoon. '
Murphy Sunday "
THIRD;;,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND MrS. Wisenbaker's visit and j i i iI !'I < Pauline Joyner and Miss Cathy Me {I in Hamilton County reports -
'FOR-,HAMILTON. COUNTY FLORIDA I Miss Judy Joyner in I the following in formation on
all were
they enjoyed talking together. j I
Mrs. Rosie Culbreth and daugh- For her marriage April 28 to '
IN CHANCERY I charge of the bride's book. .woods fires fought and suppressed
THE TOWN OF WHITE SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Noriega and !ter Margaret and Mrs. Nancy Deas George Lamar Flnley, Miss Mari-i, Jin the county during the past twen-
1 Afte a wedding trip to gulf I
spent Sunday afternoon with their lyn Kay Joyner chose a formal "
a municipal children of DeCateur, Ga. spent the 1 | ty-four hour period:
corporation live
beaches, the couple will on
nephew adn uncle Mr. and Mrs. gown of chantilly lace over satin I I
Plaintiff < '. weekend with their aprents and.Edgar McGauley in Lake Parks fashioned with a Sabrina neckline Crystal Lake Drive. Mrs. Finleyis I Number of fires 2; Acres Burned

-VS. ,. grandparents Mr .and Mrs. Joe, and a princess bodice with fitted I employed by the Peoples Bankof \\3 of one acre, Number of fires
Certain lands in the town of Sullivan. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Vance O' Neal of finger tip sleeves. Lakeland, and Mr. Finley is since Jan. 1 this year 13, acres

White Springs, Florida, V ,Valdosta spent some time Sunday skirtwrs I associated with the Florida Gas I burned since Jan. 1 this year 34,
The bouffant, draped
Hamilton County, in which -, ._ Utilities. by J. W. KeHey County Ranger.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McCuHey: afternoon with their brother and topped with lace tiers, and
taxes are delinquent. spent the weekend in Jacksonville family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cun- she wore a shoulder length veil of I
I f ningham. Also spending some time imp rted French illusion held by'a DaytimaBeacn
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princess crown sequins )
STATE OF FLORIDA : ceoole: and offer congratulations, Sunday afternoon were Mr. and pearls. A bouquet of Ifl'y'! of the Largest and Finest Heated Pool Color TV Loving .
as they progress,in high endeavors Mrs.: Angus Armstrong of Madison. valley and white orchids covered! Fr. Golf Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Planned
any the white Bible which she carried. Deluxe and Efficiencies .
Entertainment /ft oom*
interest in or lien upon any of the lands described In,.this Amended Joyce and Bill Mitchell are proudof I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corbet Mathis '
Notice and ,in the Amended Complaint filed in the above styled cause their new little daughter born I I The bride is the daughter of the Efficiencies from $63 per wk..
situated in Hamilton County. Florida to-wit: May 7. She has been named Margaret .- and baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Joyner.: Bedroom from $60 per wk.
Dennis Adams and baby in JasperADVERTISING
YEAR DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp Rg. Allison. The ceremony was performed by See your Travel Agent or write ,
1953-60 A 192 foot triangular shape of Lang's Retrace I the bride's father, the Rev. Mr JOinT CORDES,Wgr. rte'

Block 1. .. 12 2 15 On the front page of the "Hinck- Joyner, pastor of Trinity Methodist Phone

1954-60 Lot 1 of Block 2 of Renauld Survey ............ 7 2 16 I ley Reporter" published and sponsored -I PAYS-.IN Church, in the church sanct Cl-2-0431
1929-60 70' x 143' in SW corner of Lang's Retrace ...... 7 2 16 by the Hinckley Chamber of i THE JASPER NEWS uary. He was assisted by the Rev.

1960 Lot 1 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 i/Commerce Inc. as follows Did ------ -- Jennings Neeld. She was escortedto r
1929-60 Lot 2 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............. ,6 2 16 i you know Edna Mae Harrington, the altar by her father who gave

1929-60 Lot 6 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 ]16 Ridge Road has a duck named All types of her in marriage.

1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace ....'...*.*... ,7 2. 16 "Quacker", who started its 18th' INSURANCEFireAUTO Traditional wedding music was
1929-60 Lot 8 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace ............ 7 2 16 year in Easter. presented by Miss Joyce Smith,
192 -60 Lot 3 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 Mrs. Harrington is the daughterof i organist ,and Miss Frankie Matt-
1956 Lot 6 of Block 54 of Lang's Retrace ............ 7 2 16' Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cullerne Hail Casualty hews, soloist, both of Jasper.

1960 S% of lot 2 of Block 7 of Mobley's addition. 6 2 16 Jennings, Fla.Hinckley I Call 792-2921 I( Mrs. Shirley Bostick, sister of the I

1959-60 100 ft x 235 ft. ... ... ............A..... 7 2 16 is in Ohio 10 miles from, Jones Insurance Agency |bride was matron of honor and I I .r

1960 20 acres of N% of SW'/4 of SE'/2 .............. 6 2 16 Cleveland.______ Miss Lynn Ballard the bride's cous I _
1929-60 Lots 10 and 11 of Block 16 ....:............... 7 2 16 I -

1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 57 ..................... ......... 6 2 16 i I '
1960 20 acres in SE'corner; less portion in NW corner 7 2 16

1929-60 (E%) Lot 2 of Block 13 ...;.................... 7 2 16 that :
1929-44 Lot 2 of Block 54 .............................. 7 2 16 say
1954-60 Lot 2 of Block 54 ............................. 7 2 16 y
1929-60 54 ft x 143 ft. in SW corner .................... 7 2 16 :
:YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear and show cause before said

Court on or before the 6th day of JlJ e..ft, D. .1963,why the fee simple -'; .:... ........-.
title to said lands should not be by said Court decreed to be vested in I' ,.
County, free and clear of all liens and claims of every kind and such fee I

is simple title in said County thereby foreever quieted confirmed and .
said County, free and clear of all liens and claims of every kind and such

fee is simple title in said County thereby forever quited, confirmed and y

set at rest any and all claims on the part of each and everyone of you;
and you are warned that on or after the aforesaid return date, a decree! EAGLE'SShe'd

will be sought. ......-.
IT IS ORDERED that this Amended Notice will be published four

times in the Jasper News, a newspaper 'of general circulation and ': + LOVE a New Spring

published in Hamilton County, Florida. ) I ,
WITNESS my hand and official seal this 7th day of May

A.' D., 1963. Dress !

._ Clerk Circt'it.urt. ..oJIl:: lto _
County, Florida.of 1

Circuit Court aforesaid.' 4 and they're reduced!
by Alice -Io.1es. Deputy Clerk t: '
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..:. 2. FOUR_ __, r" .' JASPER NEWS. Friday, May : .
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--this beauty will spread, over the IMM IZATION'FOil I REGISTER FAMILY PAUL HENDRICK GRADUATES AT U of F. fy

..1f f ttqe! faster jeb.1s world and will cultivate harmony. I JENNINGS PRE SCHOOLCHILDREN RE-UNION SUNDAY
The sewage disposal plan in Jasper -, 'I
: Published Every Friday Is good. But there is room for MAY 19th \ .

.; Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida improvement.been flooded Many because: streets of faulty have I Pre-school children may receive ; Register kindred will gather at

,Subscriptions Strictly in Advance lines. "This defect should be I their Immunizations in Jennings at Wayfare1 church next Sunday May I'

$3.00 in Hamilton County $4A)0) Outside of County sewage improved as quickly: as possible. I the from city 9 to building 11 Friday Please May bring 17 1 19th.. for their fourteenth annual t

New sewage lines could be put in :a.m. i meeting. AS many as two thousand1: y
Cards of Thanks $1.00 Minimum birth
certificate if your child is to descendants attendance
have been in
or the old sewage Pines repaired. -I 4 f
Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 Law enforcement, in Jasper is t I register for schoo lthis year. Older at these meetings, with an

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers reputable. Four uniformed police-I people too may receive necessary I an annual average attendance of r
immunization this time.
men have 'regular beats. But the J I a. five to. eight hundred. This meet-i

fire department is inadequate. ing has been designated as "Folks
There is only one ful-time fire- 1--1 I I.i Huxford Day" as they are honor I'

You And Your School policeman anda fire-chief. Ten volunteer ing their long time historian Judge
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I firemen assists in extinguishing 1- 1 Folks Huxford of Homerville Ga. I -
The fire' who has rendered of i itiring ,
fires. department un
by M L Powell Principal Jasper Schools by Ray Nell Burnett j; many years j!i Among the 1,959 University of':'I .
should be set up on a firmer basis efforts in behalf of the assoc-I ti
Florida graduates who donned ] Cemetery Working
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with full-time firemen. Everyone had better be studying ,iation. i i I i j
Instead of regular column we are submitting an essay written by and gown Saturday May 4, for the:* ,
one of our Senior girls, Susan Levin. This is the local prize-winning Jasper has little to offer in recre- real had. The last six weeks are i Descendants from many states : Universitys commencement There will be a working at Poole 1

essay submitted in the Florida Power Essay contest. ation in town. The park has a gonna be hard. I are expected to be in attendance. ;cises is Paul R, Hendrick of exer-I Jasper I Pond Cemetery Saturday. !raY'1L '

I shuffle board court and a .tennis I' was sorry to hear about Mr. A good program has been arranged j student body president. Dr. AH interested parties, please cane
My Hope For My Community A court ,but tennis courts need re- Lewis Carter's house burning down good'singing by a fine quar- ,John K. Mahon associate professor and bring your lunch which win be
More recreational facilities
pair. I was glad to hear that little,tette, and the election of a King and I of history, as a faculty member served at noon. Lawn mowers are-
should be established. The city
Beautiful Is A Forever I I
Community Joy commission should plan more recreation -I Linda McGraw is out of the hospital Queen of the younger members of i joining the formal academic processional needed, as we cut weeds instead of
and is feeling fine. ]1 the association.
I give his congratulations. digging them up.
44 for the young people. I \
A thing of beauty is a joy for- has 136 students; Jennings has 79 Chester A. Register of Bradenton -- J
ever." Relating this quotation to students ;and White Springs High bowling alley ,a recreation center Litle Debie Vaughn is spending 1 \.
Florida, is President of the Associa
the community stresses the im- has 27 students. The schools are with weekly dances and planned the week with her grandparents, i'I J
portance of a beautiful communityas within a 12-18 mile radius of weekend activities, would produce a Mr. and :Mrs. Robert T iiten. 'She'tion; Sarah C. Johnson of Miami, DIRECTLY ON THE .
Jas-l Vice President and director Do
a more desirable place in whichto per. By consolidation of happier and more "contended is from Quincy: program t WORLD'SMOSTFAMOUS Ylona
schools, tiiere would be a' total of group of young citizens. The young Judge Folks Huxford of Homer] BEACH
live. The term "Beauty" does I people must give their cooperation I know everyone who has gone to ville, Ga. is historian and h' 4
242T students. With this large number B
not always imply physicaPbeauty.The I of students one large school and their help to develop these the free show has enjoyed it. tary and L. B. Register of secre-\\ AFRIENDLY.RESORT eac '
inner beauty of a community I activities. Miss Linda Eason: from Bird- Florida is chairman of the : U.d.r the p.rse.ilI l t
could better serve our educational I 1 Imurious tines.end tnot.lfroomi
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should be developed through *
1 wood College visited her parents directors. of

friendliness, co-operation, and pro-, better needs. school Consolidation facilities would a larger mean: around Because the Jasper agricultural revolves_ cycle, chiefly, the] Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eason. I: Dinner on the ground will be I POOL. NEW Air-ConditiontJ HEATED SWIMMING end H.. .d ..cSSlC (Owner). tdt. s !

gressiveness. A beautiful com n-1 library and an increase in the man: town needs a thriving industry to I; Swimming season is in now. Just served at one o'clock and all the! ...television'.Spc5ou lAwn end OPENYEAR ,

ity' consists of co-operative rp her of the courses offered. A produce an increase in populationand I about everyone is going swimming. Register kindred are urged to attend P.tio fr.. Parking ROUND

thriving!: businesses\ and' industries I science lab could be fully equipped! in trade. Our industries operat- The Jennings Missionary Baptst this special meeting. i Near all.,attractions.WnU.Wir.orPhon. I

and adequate educational and re-:.with modem and efficient equip- ing at the present produce lumberor Junior Choir ha da special last Sun CL 2-1452 r ;j
creational facilities. The people of 1 ment. The atheltic department expanded wood products. A grain drying day night. The special was "'ThankYou .: WHITE SPRINGS! For Reservations r 1u ;

an ideal, community striye for Im- i could offer physical devel- plant is located a short distance Lord". The choir sang the.i 1
provements t') benefit the present opment for all students. If the citizens -f from the city limits. An industry chorus and Miss Cheryl Deas sang ; NEWS 1j j

and future residents. These cooperative l of Jasper want their future pertaining! agriculture:: would be the verses. She did an excellent job. ,i I uwucuuunu MOTEL I
citizens are broadminded I citizens to be well educated, well very profitable. This type of indus- I am sure everyone enjoyed it. :I by Mrs. Mary Collins

and are always ready to hear informed, and capable of becom- try would not only- relate to the We wish Mr. Jim Westbeny a The W. S. C. S. met in the homeof 1201 S. ATLANTIC 4V JBlG WarMftU

constructive suggestions. ing good leaders they must work most important subject in Jasper, speedy He is iH. Mrs. Marie McDuffie Monday, r
Jasoer. Florida, is not an ideal together to provide their future but:it would also attract the Inter- Miss Price of Valdosta visited : 7 p.m. May 6. --- -

commiHiity. Jasper, founded in 1827 citizens with a sound background _est of the citizens, namely the far- Mrs. Grace Stephens last weekend..I I President: Mrs. Cora Hillhouse ---.=..; _._.-
lacks that glow of inner beauty. I education.The -<1'"
in mers. Another type of industry
The Jennings Missionary Baptist called the meeting to order. A wonderful -
am proud of my community but of Jasper which might benefit Jasper is a
physical appearance Church had their monthly covered!f[ pledge Service was present-
it lacks' both phyiscal and inner is mediocre. There are many textile industry. This would bring dish supper last Wednesday night:; pA bv 1 1MoUie' Kilpatrick as SCRATCH PADS

beauty. Jasper is a small streets which are not'safe to driveon. people besides farmers into Jasper. afterwards they had their regularly everyone made their pledge forI .. l I II
tural community located agriCUI-1 I last few some While farmers to this I Ii
In fact the years are monthly business meeting.Mr. I I the coming year. Mrs. Elizabeth
Hiehwpv 41. Tt!* location of the streets have been improved rural community, Jasper should and Mrs. J. A.Blair and sons i j Griffin gave an i r I
influx'of tourist trade. A new inter- but the number of worn corrupted not isolate itself to one main occupation I Dale and Robert from Jacksonville ,'devotion, "Service Together." The i I All Sizes Shapes' -"Colors
state highway, near completionand streets exceeds the number of safe The Hamilton County Devel- Society wishes to their
I Florida visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy express I II -'- 1JUSTMADE
just ,four miles outside of Jasper smooth streets. This is not a wel- opment Authority was formed to Blair and family over the weekend.I| appreciation to Mrs. Cora Hill- H
will reduce the tourist trade comed sight to the citizens or to assist industries desiring to settlein house for serving as,president this .

immensely. The important attrac- the tourists passing through Jasper. the community. The plans of I past year. She has given much time
tions surrounding Jasper should be The improvement of our streets. this authority should be put into much work to be done. This work i and talents and has made this a :
emphasized to increase and to keep is needed for beauty as well as immediate action to bring indus- can be completed only if the pro-.I,! very prosperous one. We are vere I I : UP :
the tourist trade. I I safety. try. blems hindering improvement in grateful to her. Mrs. Elizabeth Griffin .' :

The educational system needs Medical facilities in Jasper are;I If the citizens succeed in bringing Jasper are sorted out and are each, will replace her in this very im I' ., A NEW BATCH ATH )

many improvements. A modem excellent. A new, county hospitaland I I industry to Jasper more and better carefully weighed. Solving these portant office. Our prayers and 'I \
elementary school was completedin a clinic, both fully equipped I housing must be provided. A new I problems is a Irage .but, reward- best wishes are with her. .
1958. This school is fully equipped I ing task'developing Jasper Into.the r :
are ready to serve the people of I industry engages new citizens, who I i Mr.. W .B .Feagle will be going I I "
and offers educationdevelop- At the presentone in need A low- prospering community it should be f .
Hamilton County. turn, housing. new into Valdosta Hospital, next week .
ment for its "students. The high would complete the growth of,the
doctor practices his profession cost Federal Housing Project, con- Ito 1 undergo eye surgery. We will beIpraying ,1 t
school is on$ of the most unat- ,town into a full bloom which will J l {I
tractive In The in Jasper. There is an imminent sisting of 58 units was completedIn I{ for a successful operationfor I I
buildings Jasper. for the
Interior of the,school is delapidated.(need for another doctor in Jasper.The February, 1961. Jasper needs a I produce future. beauty'1UJd. joy nim and a very quick'reco TV 1 -. J. 4" "' .. :':. I' I.. ..', ... .-- -oi!',
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modern house.
population of Jasper is too compact apartment --- J
:Floors and Walls in the school are q-
large for one doctor to handle. .:This would be beneficial to young \
the of
terribly and
worn are cause
five- civic clubs now married couples and to retired cou
The curriculum There are
many I
club ples. The idea of a low-rental apart \
But not one
is made up of few, but necessary in existence. .
house should be devel-
ment fully
for the citizens. This
courses. There is only one lan-,exists young
department, which is weak. t is a great handicap and a hindrance oped and investigated. The Hous-
to the development of the ing Committee of Jasper should
The physical education class is 1. teens. A "Teen Club" would have a' view this idea from all anglesan
more a burden than a benefit. Physical idea which may solve the housing
ride profitable influence on the youth.If I I .
education students must
II teens want to get the full ben- problem. 1
to and from the newly completed
gymnasium on a bus everyday.This efit of a Teen Club we must share 1 Jasper is a tnerxiiy community i iI
the responsibility of organizing a with citizens willing to help and
ride to and from the gym
cuts the class time in half Jasper I Teen dub. The youth of Jasper I willing to learn. But on important
matters, such as a new high school
High School cannot continue to op- must combine their efforts to improve I
there seems to be a lack of enthua-
perate with the small faculty that the town which may be their I I
If the
iasm for working together.
now exists. Besides teaching six future home. Being taught at an I f
citizens of the community cannot j jI
classes, !most teachers sponsor early age to work together, the cooperative
classes clubs, or extra-curricular future citizens of our I work harmoniously the chances '
t that the community i-ay become I
activities.A country will increase the stability
decadent are tremendous. Citizens I
profitable answer to the better the importance and the influenceof I must work together to produce ds e.Q. Yn4
development of Jasper High Schoolis our nation. There is beauty-in- I effective changes for improvement.The .I

a bigger and a better school by I ner beauty-in co-operation. If this, beauty of Jasper has grown ::
inner is developed in the :
consolidation. Three white high, beauty from a small seed to a large bud. L.
schools in the small community .further developeed -I
operate county. This bud must be cared for, pro- '
Including grades 10-12, Jasper High in the United States as a whole I l tested and enriched to become a .

I full bloom. To help Jasper bloom
into the town it can be, there is

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'HospitaMews ... 0.1 Jennings Hi'I--I Wisenbaker 1a'1*- GARDEN CLUB NEWS \Jennings High Ball Team Goes ToHahira '

: ',... .,: ',- Senior Re-elected in I Mrs. Walter Havener, Garden I ,
; Sunday
'... .. .;.' Club president w U retire this i English .-}Jint To
.- .. I II Jasper's. baseball teem lost
)-- Election 4 a
i by Serious Us Jennings school term from her,teaching career
k' ti' ; free-scoring at Valdosta
? fame to
f Mew Arrivals ;; We marvel tho, at the Idea '
Not long not long -oh,' how sad I P. H. Wisenbaker was re-elected I that she says then she can do more Have Open HouseThe Belk-Hudson; laafcstsiday, by only
(you should read a test)-and .yetthere one run 9 to 8, beaten by a lonesome
.Jack\\ is much rejoicing for us. We mayor of Jennings for the eighth'i a civic way. She has been a English Department of Jen- home run by the Be&'s short
and Mrs. Clarence E. full time
Mr. teacher, most active
will walk down the aisles of old time TXiesday. He nosed out sec nings High School is having Open stop. Moody-
THURSDAY, MAT 9 son are parents of a daughter Jennings High for the final day- ond nmner Harold fleas by 12 church member-in the choir, the House Monday, May 13, and Tuesday Belk made 8 hits and Jasper 5
Marie Jackson, born May 4 in Hamilton church school, and helps aH that
June 5. votes in a three-way race. Wisenbaker May 14. Call whenever you one of which was a homer by Bud-
Mrs. Hattie Dawes Memorial Hospital.. \ Rodger really enjoyed his tripto 1 polled 58 votes to 46 for Deas are ever in sorrow or trouble. wish. We win be at school until dy Burnham in the second.

]'b.A1maBaileyMrs. & I the legislature. He learned the The third man in the race, Cason The cemetery looks better because 4:00. On Tuesday, our hours will Bill Sapp reminds all interested

Kathryn Fullbright I Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Bohannanare first lesson. Adams, received 17 votes. It is of her etro1S. but it's sad to .,be from 3-5 in the afternoon and at ball players that practice is held

Ruby Smith (cot) parents of a daughter, Barbara; possible a ntri- Bliza Townsen (coL) born 6 in Hamilton You have heard of people meeting I I.
Rx Ann Bohannan. May held, as Wisenbaker did'not get a ed. At the entrance and around the vite/i to attend. p.m.
Well I ..
PATIENTS DISCHARGED the bridge at midnight.
Memorial Hospital. majority of the votes. .i; both
school children
SDfCE LAST WEEK: }. Jfl ''that is what happened down at the A total of 126 of Jennings' ,190.I driveways,
-fr white and colored meet in late af-
Mrs. Martha Boharman Beta Club Convention.S. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Kenneth 'I voters participated.Ben t ternoon to kick balls play as if in I KNOW YOUR fmm1.
Mrs. Mattie Lou Peacock 1\L-"lbanks for arranging Bates and Roy Mathis were I
:Mitchell are parents a daughter a city park. Noticeable paths are
Mrs. Joyce Mitchell our tour of the Capitol and legisla elected to the city council without 1
Margaret Allison Mitchell born there where and from
,--- Seniors theGovernor's they go; come I
:Mrs. Sarah Jackson ture. The enjoyed
May 7, 1963 in Hamilton Memorial I .opposition.I the city garbage dump pulling all a
Miss Diane Hunter swimming poolJerry
I| Other members of the council Aviation Electronics ,
Hospital. sorts of trash. You can work out t
Edwin Smith had a full: weekendoverto I I Glenn Nunn Wilmer Shiver and
Miss Rebecca fledge Quincy on Friday for FFJA. Dis- Clifford Hewett were not up for .there from: early morning un late)t Technician
Tobe Butler (col.) 'I afternoon and see no one protecting i
Rebecca Kyser trict meeting: headed home just I election this year.
Frank Harmon (col.) i this sacred place. Parents can ,I
Mrs. Mary Lang did make the bus to Jacksonvilleto 1 Mayor Wisenbaker announced ,
Gene Chandler (coL) I {take just a few minutes daily and j
Albert Simmons attend the Beta Club convention. I that in recent the town has ,
I years I talk to their children and the ad- /14c c
I I Betty Gean lost her pursewas -- paid off a $15,000 debt which dated ;
: I ults well. This does not i
J'I she upset!-it was rescued by back to the depression days of the I as mean } :
it all
just one cemetery- means !
I'J I'S. M. Where did he find it-down I 1930's. The town has also accum-I lof them. 4

I;by the Governor's pool! !! ulated a surplus fund which has ,
For years Mrs. W. B. Lewis has
--- --- I Linda find Joyce were very thirsty -,provided for the purchase of street
IV TUB COrilT OF THU By Alice 7"DC> had one of the most elaborate rose :
COUNTY JUDGE.HAMILTON (SEAL) last Thursday. They had to go i i lights and the Installation of a garbage gardens to be found anyplace, and &

COUNTY, May--3.-10-,--17,--24-=-_ I I all of the way back to the Capitol i j collection, system and a deep don't say that roses only live a few ; i ..
FLORIDA I7C I'ROBATE. IN CIRCUIT COURT i for a drink of water. i well for the town. The town now
I for that Mrs.
years we are sure
IN RE: ESTATE OF_ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, HamILTON Ben is being interviewed bv a has surplus funds in the bank said j
RAY O. CASOI>e .H'tI COUNTY FLORIDAIN Lewis must have some that are 30
TO ALL CREDITORS AND CHANCERY ball team. Jasper is calling him. the mayor. i j years old. Her method for rosei
MUV A. How handsome he looked at
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Plaintiffvs. growing cannot be surpassed. A
I Junior-Senior banquet. He was accompanied -
I I few weeks back a tourist walked
You and each At you are hereby H.\RLAXD E. AVYKOFK by Miss Jasper High
from the Standard Service Station
notified and required to present any ,I Defendant, I use the I
claims and demands which you Jar 1 IN THE' NAME AND BY THE School. across the street amazed at the
either of you. may have against the I 1 AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Chuck and C. W. are going to run I I'large blooms on the Lewis' roses.
estate of RAY d. CASON,_deceased, FLORIDA: WANT [
late of aid County to the County t TO: HARLAND E. WYKOFF Whose fir the lefrislature. Chuck will be j The landscaping there was donei
Judge of Hamilton County. Florida i 1 residence and address Is Unknown. the candidate and C. W. will be his I many years ago by a Jacksonville
A bill of complaint having
the court house of sworn
his office in
aid at .county at Jasper Florida within been filed in this Court against you campaign manager. I architect and it's in excellent taste m SATIJTf AND IHiatKOT OF -
six calendar months from the time of the relief therein sought being divorce Edna couldn't'dri.1k all her I -not the largest, but one of the 1 MOPIW NAVAl AiWAFT DEPENDS Off .c*. ,
the first publication of this notice. | to and answer other said relief complaint you are required on or- Coke which she boiieht.! She tookit ; best to look at. t THE COOP WORKING COMMON OF U 1
Two copies of each claim or before May 25, 1963. furnishing to home-bottle and all. I Mrs. Jr. has
Raymond Camp anew
hall be in writings and shall state lUCTKONlCS flAJf.AT 3',MEN AND
C. A. Avriett Jasper Florida Plaintiffs I
the place of residence and pest office | Attorney a copy thereof else J Lynette spent all of her moneyon I I rose bed in her back garden WOMEN,Off tOAW CAWIKS AND '
address of the claimant his agent decree pro confesso will be entered her dinner-but it was good so i :land the blooms have been superb ASHORE TEST INSTAU AND REPAIR All
and accompanied by a
or fee of one dollar and such claim ;> against Witness hand and the official she said. see-but his mother went along. i and are growing like weeds-a TYPES Of AIRCRAFT RADAR,RADIO AND -
or demand not .o filed shall be void. seal of this Court at Jasper Florida I Judy Crosby has her house all j Thanks Mrs Selph. peace rose there looked like some- I om IUCTKONIC stvias USED IN
Matt Marable. as Ad- this 30th day of April A. D 1963. fixed We will be. to r Syl Holland is really working.I thing from heaveh. .
ministrator of the Rotate Thelma Lewis Clerk Circuit up. up see you I I Ii COMMUNICATIONS NMlCfJlOM,SEARCH.
of Ray O. Ca on. deceased. I I Court of Hamilton County soon.Eddie i I He had fun in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw i

I Florida conducted a panel discussion -I Have you bought your Mother's j have a new rose garden and the I
First April 19. .193. by Alice Jones Deputy Clerk
publication I 1 in speech 1 Day Better do! I plants are covered. We will be
Apr. 19, 26. Mar 3. Id. 1963 (SEAL) Wednesday.Mike present. t.M tsbyn -
C.Jasper A. Avriett Florida _f took his car to Tallahas: So long until back with more gardens later. s 1 .

CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD May 3. 10, 1,1. Sf ---------------- -------------------------------------------------------------- ----- --------_-_-_-_-_-_-_--_--_--------_------------
IN .- .--u ----------------------------______________________ ____ __ __________
TO: WOODIE GLASS. whole resi- All creditors of the estate of
dence and address' Is 1120 20th '''''EULA ALTMAN. deceased, are hereby
street. Phoenix City. Alabama: notified and required to file any
A sworn bill of complaint having claims or demands which they may
been filed in this Court against you. have against said estate in the officeof
the relief therein sought being divorce the County Judge of Hamilton
and other relief, you are required County, Florida, In the Courthouseat
to answer said complaint on 'Jasper Florida within six calen
or before May 25. 1963, furnishing to dar months from the date of the first
C. A. Avriett. Jasper Florida. Plaintitre publication of this notice. Each ,
Attorney a copy thereof else claim or demand must be in writing finer
decree pro confesso':! will be entered and must state the place of resdence
against you.Witness and post office address of the claim-
I my hand and the official ant and must be sworn to by the
seal of this Court at Jasper, Florida claimant, his agent, or his attorney
this 30th day of April A. D.. 1963. or It will become void according to
Th&Ima Lewis Clerk Circuit law.
Court Hamilton County Nita Cason Bryan Executrix .

C.Jas'T'ta.A.: Avriett Florida., J I I April 26 of deceased., May the 3.Will 10.of 17.Eula 1963 Altman. at LANG'S you'll)) find the nicest gifts imagin- Nylon Hosiery

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with these timely 'words found in ing our sings forgiven the same PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect- REPAIRS-We repair all type

1 1 Cor 15:1-4. Moreover brethren, I as being added to, the church, is Preserve Beautify Valuable TV and radios also small ap

1t declare unto you the gospel which the same as being delivered from Photos, Documents. Sealed in plastic pliances. Mannings Radio Service

I preached unto you, which also ye darkness and translated into the White and Colors I ; Wallet size 25c each, larger Jasper SY 24421. tree ,

have received, and wherein ye Kingdom; Acts 2:38 Acts 2:41, size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for 1

stand; By which also ye are saved, Col. 1:13-14; and it is in the power JASPER NEWS I mail orders. SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS
if ye keep in memory what 1: dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY 221 -Best of condition. Prig
West Howard Street, Live, Oak ed to s-:ll. Mannings Radio Service
preached unto you, unless ye have NOTICE OF TAX SALE
cl F1orida. tf2 i I gqer. .Phone SY |44l .
FE- believed in vain. For I delivered WOOD
: unto .you first of'alTthat jwhich 11alsq j Notocejs, herebygiven! ; that onJSe 3rd clay of.JuneTi983?at /fhThwIr LUBRICATION-! .; USED TV-Installed for
k twelve o'clock noon, at the courthouse in the County of Hamilton, Stateof FREE
received, how that Chirst died)i $100 and '<< p Mannings Radio
Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described We will sire a FREE Lobe Job
L for our sins according to the scriptures I Service. SY S-4421. Jasper tfe
: ; And that he was buried, and land to pay the amount due for 1962 taxes herein set opposite the same, with each oil change-for a -.- -- --
that he rose again the third day together with all costs of such sale and all advertising. limited time only! FARM FOR SALE-120 acres near

according to the scriptures: f fIn DESCRIPTION S. T. R. Acres OWNER Amt. .Firestone Tires Live, Oak. Good House, 169 big
8 1/3 acres on S of .Delco Batteriesat pecan trees, L25 acres tobacco.
order for anyone to have any' XW% of NEU of S% ._ competitive prices!
v Price See W.
522.500. L
hope of eternal life these Bible of NW'and that t>Vt I Bryan
of W% of'NEfc-,t,": ,. 'jSWVi -.;. FRED -TAYLOR'STEXACO SY2-29S5, or Robert Ehlert. SY2-
facts must be believed. ,
.r "> lying N ot pub- .'." .,} .(- '.-f\ ... STATION. i 1 633L Registered Real Estate Brokers -
B. Commands to be obeyed. I lic road being 12 acres '
and that part of NW% Jaspers : :.11 ,phone. 792-2903. I : UpI
In n Thess.- 1:8 we learn that, of SWU lying N of I '. l: .1 .. -
Christ coming in flaming fire to public road being? 31 FARMS WANTED IF YOU NEEDED
r ', acres more or less_ 4 2N llE 131 Edmon II Anna I I
1 iR f take vengeence on all them that I would like to sell your farm VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin
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Tucker HeIrS' :... -.U.50
obey not the gospel of our Lord SEys of NW3 and 10. see us. We line calls for farm Live Oak. Florida for all your
acres on N'.ide of week. W. L..Bryan Reg I
Jesus Christ. All of the accounts of every ,
I NE14 of SW% ____.14- 2N. llE 50 .Josephine Morris .. musical needs from organs and
new testament conversion either Real Estate Broker.. Phone
.Jennie A. P.ayam.9.S3 |I pianos to records and record playI -
directly states, or is necessarily All lying N .. W of state 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 .
Road N. 6" -_ .1% IN UE '57 Lonnie Smith. 18.5 -- I
enferred that the following acts of _
That part of N% orNE. .,
conviction were complied with. lying W of State Road -. '. .. Georgia Plate Glass Co. ( USED ELECTRIC: RANGES FOR

1. Believe. John 3:16, Acts 16:31, No.6. ......____..11., IN 1E 55 Lonnie Smith i .18.01 -Store Fronts Sal. Good condition. $40. and
'% acre more or less a
{ Heb. 11:6, Jn. 8:24. described In o. R. I .Mirrors Resllvered $50. Meanings Radio Repair,

2. Repent. 'Luke 13:3, Acts 3:19: Book 36, page, 4U: 5iN. HE % Thomas Amerson" wife %.7: Tub Enclosures, Showers I Jasper Ifs
E11 ot NE1; less 3
; .
I ; Acts 17:30, Acts 2:38. I acres -'-"'- :.f 4 2Y llE 77 Francis Davis. Heirs 1.84 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S3| --
3. Confess. Matt 10:32, Romans That portion of E% .ofNEV. .- VALDOSTA I I HOUSE FOR: SALE In Jasper, la
as described r.O. good location near hospital suitable
10:9-10, Phil 2:9-11. U. Book.42, .' .
i,1 4. Be Baptized. Mk 16:16, Acts 2: page 69 _.._....._...1'.,.,.24 2N llE S Sylvester Curry 3.28 HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 for two apartments. $7,000
I I Lots 3 and '4 _..._._..:....:% IN tiE U6 Josh &O:. 38, Acts 21. 10:48: Acts 22:16,1; Pet. 3:. 'V lot% of 213 Ga., Original"Fractiona1'16th, ,. # _' Let us show you this one, only one Robert Ehlert, SY2- 331. Reg. Real
I "t' of several listed with Robert Ehlert
I I Dist. of Lowndes Estate Brokers. Other property
i, 5. Remain faithful unto death, County, Ga., except I 3Y2-6331. or with W. L. Bryan, SY2- (also available. tfc

t( Rev. 2:10, 1 Cor 15:58, Gal 69. i I in 10 D.acres B. page described 65, .,;, ,2985. Registered Real Estate Brokers I
Mrs. Carl'Dickerson of Douglas, f C. Promised to be enjoyed. : and 1% acres for : tfc. | ReprenentaUes Needed in this

DAVIS LEWIS Ga. announces the engagement and* I Whereby are given unto us exceeding -I' Church ...- ;-'...- 3N llE 24 ..JO.h'lI Oscar Raayam_ 5.46 area for Stanley Home Products.No .
: Lot 1 of Block I, .v' 'f.-
approaching marriage of her daughter
great and precious experience needed. Can make
prom-I Ste-phen's SubdivialoJ 3 2N .UE 1i Edith Mobley. : .. $1.09I FARMERSIt
Mrs. John W. Davis announces: Lou Ann, to George Daniel Sapp ises: that by these ye might be par ,I Lots 31 aDd 32 .of Block ---- $50 to $100 per week. Contact Mrs.

the engagement of her daughter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp of takers of the divine nature, having J division Z. Stephen's Sub r 3 2N 1E .,.14 ".-S 11+. tn'ckland1.64 takes See money to make Una Douberly, Route 1 Box

r Jasper, Florida. escaped the corruption that is in 11/3 acre more orless_ .. money. your cooperativePCA Lake City or telephone 752-2650
w The bride-elect is the daughter of I the world through lusts, n Pet. 1:4. dn'51rPci. B. %:, ..- ::' q- I for a farmer-planned loan. M24 oi

Y I the late Mr.,Carl Dickersorvsehe is I Time and space would fail us to II page described In D.lot BoO :U. ._ ,.: r'-<. L'' Terms up to 7 years. See North
9n a Coffee County High graduate, at-: list all of the blessings and promises page 46 3 2N UE % Selma 1tobley e' ala _10.92 Florida Production Credit Association NOTICE' .
Lot 3 of Block 13, I South Ohio TO ALL
and Avenue :
tended South Georgia College '
which God 'has made to those .Reneau's 7 28 16E % Lawrence Udell and' !(
is a senior at Georgia Southern College -; who will humbly obey his com-I ,wire 3.82 I Oak, Florida Telephone 362-2383
wish to that I will
Lot 9 of Block 18, :-
in Statesboro Ga., majoring mands, but to list a few will helpus I '
Bryan Annex 31 2N teE' % Josh Rayant t.U be responsible for any debts con-
in Home Economics Education.The I to understand why it is so necessary 5% of SE% of SE 3a "_-3 'IN 13E 20William Johns_, 10.9 FOR SALE Good Modern Home tracted by other
SEy. of Swy ___._ 10 .IN 1E' 40 Fletcher Mary anyone myself
future bridegroom' Is the I that we comply with God'scommand Lou Smith .- .- 13.10 and 2 acres on paved road near and my son, Jerry Strickland.
grandson of Mrs. M. W. Wethenng-, : W% of SEyE of SWys of Jasper Deep well .screened porch. t Raymond Perry (Pete) Strickland
I ton. He was graduated from Jasper We learn,from John 3:5 that the NE% _.nO 11 IN" 1E. 5. Ed De" 1.64 $2500 down See W. L. Bryan SY2- M31p
S% of S% of SE% "S% _
High School, South Georgia College I new birth of the water and the .of SE% of S"W y ."".12 IN 11E. 60 OUts .Gu sb,.. 19.6' 1985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331.
0. I and received a Bachelor of Science spirit which it baptism, enhancesus 2 acres In NW eorne-r. "..."._ ; Reg. Real Estate. E"okers. tfc I SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field
of lot I n--3N" llE 2 Jfaso Collier, .Jr. ItIII'
I Degree in Education from Georgia I II with the privilege of entrance '- wfe 1- 1.09 -- Cleaning, J.Y.. Darby, Jasper
Southren College in Statesboro ,Ga. into the Kingdom of God, which is N% of SWy4 of NW 12 IS 'l1E 20 Sunelect, Inc.' ___ 6.55 FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne Call after 6 p.m. tfc
> ..
Sy of Lot 2 of Bloc River
at Suwannee
Springs. Rea-
It ,He is a member of the coaching II the church. In this kingdom is A. Liang's '_12 25 ..15E 1fi. Jbtelle Oakley _____ %.73
staf#catJDublizxJffish.-Sch.ool in Dub- where ask spiritual\ blessings are, a poiD ;;. --. -.. 1/- 0i_ sonable. Inqure Robert. ;? Ehlert, Real ,FOR SALE by owner, two bedroom

lin, Ga to'-be found, Eph. 1:3. The same where intersects J"ewitt the Street G. S. a:.r ., -j.'.,. Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc ( two bath house, screened
which entrance into and back porch, nice large lot, about
thing permits F. R/W run t
will be solemized FOR SALE OR RENT
The wedding at Wonder
: north 225 ft. W 225 ft. -
in Christ 1% miles from Jasper. Shown by
four o'clock in the afternoon July the kingdom puts us E. 220 ft. S. 220 Ft. r Bar. Also 4 houses renting for 80 I
21 in the Sanctuary of the First which is baptism, Gal. 3:27, Romans to point of beginning 2' 2S 16E. 1i Robert: Morgan\ __ %.73 dollars per month 1,250.00 each. appointment only. Call 792-5403.M1T
When child is born That part of Block S
Baptist Church in Douglas, Ga. 6:3-6. a as recorded in O. RJ I Wonder Bar, Jasper,Fla M31p
All friends and relatives invited into the human family he then Book U. page 249
are ----
the of that famfly, and Caldwell's Survey, ,m 6 IN. HE 1fr Charlie Steve Smith I
to the wedding and the reception wears name and Wife ___....._ 191.06 i FOR SALE-heavy Panel Door SIGNS FOR SALE
Margaret Virginia ,to Horace Ger t 1, immediately following the cere when we are born into the spiritual All Blocks 3, Reneau" 7 23 16E i4 Jake. A Charlott Young .73 I 6'8" x 2'
aid Lewis, son of Mr.and Mrs. 1! mony in the church social Hall. family of God, the church, we DAN BRASWEILt Tax Collector, Hamilton County 792l Itp call THE JASPER NEWS ,
are given the new name, Christian,
Horace G. Lewis. No other invitations will be sent.
which is the name prophecied in
:Miss Devis is the daughter of the Isaiah 62.2 and was given in An-, .- ,
; '
., ;-.. ": : : .
late John W. Davis. She attended:1 FILE tioch,.Acts 11:26, when Paul preached '.'

Valdosta State College ,and is a to the king in Acts 26:28, Agrippa | ;I .:I'..
member of the Kappa Delta coror- I FOLDER said, "Almost thou persuadestme I

ity. She is presently teaching in to be a Christian. This is the'

Jennings High School. t and Other name all children of God have the

Mr. Lewis attended Saint An-i Office Needsat privilege of wearing and must wear ..:::. : .' ,

drews Presbyterian College, Laur-" above any other name, because we -. ,-. -
inburg, North Carolina. He is a are to give Christ all of the pre-

senior at Pembroke Colege, Pembroke The Jasper News eminence in all things Col. 1:18;
North Carolina. "He is the head of the body, the

The wedding will] take place June SY 26331Mother's church, who is the beginning, the

7, at the First Baptist Church. first born from the dead, that in
all things he might have the pre-
have the .moo ssavass"--
.. eminence. We then pri-
vilege of going to our heavenly father -

in prayer, a privilege not pre-
Day viously enjoyed, listen to John 9:31:

"Now we know that God heareth
not sinners but if any man be a
SPECIAL DINNERS worshipper of God, and doeth his : F.

will, him He heareth. We re-
at r ceive the promise of being a joint 1

heir with Christ of those heavenly -

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diligence and skill ."
Although it is said in some
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it might be more accurateto Comztr Mona Club CoupeS

state that virtually nothing is Who needs muscles ?

# ; impossible if the proper skills

FILMSAlso are brought into play. .
Skill and dedication to the '- Do you know how easy it Is to take a corner So think about those trips to the beach

task at hand are a formidible with a Corsair or park one? Turn this this summer: those bright sunny days and
combination. The events of the newspaper sideways and it will give you a balmy moonlit nights.
past few years which have wit- pretty good idea. The wheel handles just And besides looking at it from a very
nessed astounding breakthroughs about that easily. I L__ practical point of view, it's' Trade N'
PolaroidFLASH in hitherto unassailableareas The Corvair's engine is in the rear' for fEVROLET Travel time right now at your Chevrolet

.. indicate the endless potential not only greater traction,but more balanced dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys.

BULBS ENLARGING of what must be the proper weight distribution.And that's what makes But you had better hurry before somebody
and the steering so completely effortless. TRADE NTRAVEtTIME muscle la ahead ol you. Spring's here.
mixture cf diligence The engine Is air cooled, too.:No radi Summer's coming fast.And with these rty.
24-hour Developing ski1.t ator. No Water or antifreeze. No boiling good-lookine Corsairs selling the way they

However, it takes little dill over or freezing up to worry about It takes are, ha who hesitates will want to kick

t grace and skill to be known as .. the weather and the terrain as it com s. AI-- CflOl llfAlIIo hfrrwlf. .
a smart housewife when wash- .

THE JASPER NEWS I day do Is rolls make around.use of All the one latest has to in CHECK HIS- TNT DEALS 'ON CHEVROLET, CHEWS:, COftVAJR t AND CORVETTE

self-service .facilities .at JasPER .


...., 1 I Fry it and see for yourself... .. W.G.D. CHEVROLET CODING.

SHORTHAND NOTEBOOKS, two buxb-at I' Watch for a red date on jour .
dry cleaning ticket-its worth

THE JASPER NEWS j 1 $3.00 In dry cleaning trade I II JASPER FLORIDAtFriday'MayIO.1.963

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Fryer Parts FRESHLY $ .39
Vanilla Wafers 5 9 c DRUMSTICKS C
12 oz.pkg. 25c I lb': BOSTON BUTT
BREASTS, PORK ROAST. __ ._ _,-::_- lb._____ 39.c
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lb.47C 0 THIGHS FIRST CUT c;j' .
Hydrox------ p 0 R K CHOPS_-m> .:.... 39c
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COPELAND'S 12-oz. .

1. i. PORK BRAINS .. cup __m 19c.

;,j -TL; ,Limit, one with $5.00 LYSOL RENUIT
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.. 9..4.. BlHDSEYE 2pkgs. 79BOMB ____39'Cr1S1.
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FRESH-P RiqDi: 10 OZ. Cut Beans -- 47c .

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'- Prices Good May-' 9thni May 13.;:1963. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVE