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The Jasper news
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Jasper HighCommencement NFJC Graduation Foresters Report CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -

Evans Jo Expand jl I In Early June j'Better. Pine Tree -II "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It" .

Plans Announced i I announced President Marshall that the Hamilton Reverend has On The Way MINUTES HAMILTON BOARD COUNTY OF CHAMBER DIRECTORS OF MEETING COMMERCEThe

.Jaspe.rOperations Commencement exercises for the I j[[ George C. Dedell Chaplain of the If the proof Is in the planting regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton

1963 graduating Class of the Jasper Episcopal Center, Florida' State foresters are sure a better pine tree I County Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evening. May 13 1963,

Building High School will get underway on"Friday University in Tallahassee will deliver on the way. One year ago some in the Chamber: office in the City Hall bo.lildingJasper, Florida, whh
of Evans
Mr. W. Harris Branch
J., ,., Manager ; night. May 31* at 8:00 O the Baccalaureate Sermon to veryspecial pine seed were planted -,the following Directors present:-Ivy Prescott, Rnmn. ., AnjrfvrThoopas
Products Company, this week announced further:expansion -|clock. At this time the class will the 1963 graduates of North Florida I by the Florida Forest Service I Bridges Watkins Saunders Robert Ehlert and Ed Craton. Others present

; plans. Since beginning operations in Jasper, Jan- ,\\hold its Class Night Activities. The Junior College. The Baccalaureate near Munson, Florida. The seedlings : M. L. Powell and R. H. Fisk.
has BaccaIauraeate Sermon will be delivered -I Sermon will be given at the First I came through nicely ,and now j Copies of the minutes of the previous meeting and the financial
uary 1 1960, :expansion been a* continuous pattern by Rev.. Sayer Canova In I,i Baptist Church in Madison on Sun these small trees have been lifted ,report were given to those presnt and approved as presented.

for the company under Mr. Harris. direction. Employment the .E5rst-Baptist Church on Sunday !,day, June 9 at 3:00,,pan.COMMENCEMENT. from their nursery beds and trans-I President Andrews read several letters received from Industries

at the beginning was expected to be not over five or evening, June 2 at 8:00 p.m. Other I planted. 'expressing appreciation for the letter received from the Chamber daring

six employees. Today this number has reached thirty five. ministers in the Jasper :Ministerial I The Honorable *Tom Adams.Florida's j About five years from now ,the'Industry Appreciation Week.
: of 'State will 1
Alliance will participate iruths pro- Secretary proof of the planting will be known. i I The President advised that the Florida Crown Council quarterly
b.. The new addition will be set up in Bridges Lum- Graduating Exercises will be deliver the Commencement Address '!meeting will be
gram. i I Gauging can hardly be done earlier held Thursday May 16. 1968. at liG9 a.m. in High
ber Company Planing Mill. Its purpose is primarily to held in the High School Auditorium I to the 1963 graduates of the! than that. Florida Forest Service -:,;Springs Florida and urged the Directors to attend this meeting if all
Monday evening, June 3, at 8:00 I college at exercises scheduled for I 1
L manufacture component parts for the Mobile Home Industry p.1 nurserymen report. But inbred -!possible.
Baptlt'O1 rch at
m. The Seniors will be in charge i the Madison qualities of these special seed i A report on the progress of the new building project was given.!
; however it is expected supply other industries of their own graduating- exercises. J 1 I 10:30 a.m., Monday June 10. Thisjwill lings should show in faster growing ,A Lease Agreement between the City of Jasper and the Chamber of

with :specialties not presently: available in the area. No visiting speaker has been in'titI'ed. I be the forth graduating class pine trees of higher than average Commerce on proprtey in the City Park for the purpose of erecting a

Work has begun on the site, and equipment is The seniors will leave onWednesday u I j,in the history of the college. quality, marked self-pruning ability,'new Chamber of Commerece office building was read. A motion was

have the in afternoon June 5, for a i I Licensed Practical Nursing disease resistance, straightnessand made by Thomas Bridges seconded by Ed. Craton, which unanimously
secured. Mr. Harris hopes to operation
I being class trip to Washington, D. C. and' Program Proves To Be Very small efficient crowns. ,carried, that the Lease Agreement be accepted as read and Rance AI

full swing by July 1.I 1.To 1. New York City and will return Monday II'I'' SuccessfulThe 1, These seedlings-known as se-:I I Andrews President, and Watkinns Saunders. Jr. Vice President be

.. 4>- ____ '1' June 10. Practical Nursing Programat 'tries \{"-at one year are showing I I authorized, to sign the agreement for the Chamber.
'It (1 :Virginia Vickery was selected as North Florida Junior College comparatively faster and more uniform I I Mr. Andrews informed the group'' he bad been advised that

I Prospective High: School Graduates! Valedictorian for the class and was established in 1960. It is accredited growth than average seed- Hamilton County has again been declared ineligible for Area Redevelopment

( I Billy Dail was selected as Salutatorian by the Florida State Boardof lings. They're off to a good start, I I Assistance (ARA).

After Graduation What Next? for the class.Other honor graduates Nursing and approved by the and early evidence is promising. The forthcoming membership drive, annual meeting, fish fry and

are Jan David and Susan Florida State Board of Vocational j L One _group in the test series, M-i election of directors was discussed. August 22, 1963 was set as a tentative

h' by John T. 'Miller i age. There is still however, much {Levin. Education. A new class is admitted I 816, already shows the marks of' date for the fish fry and election of Directors. '

I!of value to be had from thoughtful j I II Members of the Graduating Class r'to the, program in Setpember of a throughbred. Foresters and nurserymen -I' Due to the fact that no Lea.eSchedule has ever been set up for

You have almost completed the inquiry and careful study of those j j are: Patricia Bundy, Hattie Mae each year. The course is twelvemonths I collected pollen from the ..full time employees of the Chamber, after discussion, a motion was

requirements for graduation from II I who have made the same journey i i Darby Jan David Carolyn Davis, in length including: three flowers of above-average, selected I made by Watkins Saunders seconded by Robert EMert which carried,
school Ehlert. Vic il I pines. The flowers of other elite ,that full-time employee of the Chamber shall accumulate
I your public high or private which you are now contemplating Mary Dorman Nancy weeks vacation and combines classroom i any annual vacation
academy. Within a short period of and have met obstacles and sur,kie Goolsby, Barbara Jean Hayes, instruction with supervised trees were fertilized with the spec- leave with pay at the rate of one ((1) work day for each full! month

time you will be ready to enter I f mounted.difficulties. similar to .Susan Levin Ann Taylor Theresa hospital experience. Classroom, facilities ially selected pollen. Later cones of employment (12 work days per year); and same shall be taken during

upon new experiences on the farm those with which you are now con Taylor Virginia Vickery, Bo Bembry I are located in Madison ad were collected from the "cross"and | each calendar year.
In the in the workshop. In I i Johnny Bitner Billy Dail the progeny seeds planted.In .
factory !
: fronted or may meet as you proceed jacent to the Madison County Memorial il ____ -4.. .
the business world in the home or i I Daniels another division of the Florida
1 Robert Dampier Mallory clinical
on vour way.EDUCATION j !I Hospital: experienceis
in a college or university campusof CONTINUED I I Rusty Fennell John Haskins Hal conducted in affiliated hospitalsat Forest Service tree Improvement I I i rrff
your choice. What an opportunity r Holton Steve Lamb John Lewis program, grafted trees are growing /
Madison and Live.Oak under the I
Each of At this( *nt, let ws assume that in seed orchards. The grafted I '
What a challenge! one Jimmy Norris. Wendell Padgett instruction and supervision of Mrs. j ;
these segments of life offers differ-!i,you have counted the cost, anticipated .Tony Peterson, Jackie Robinson Robert Kennedy. scions or branch tips were taken : :
ent opportunities for service and some of the advantages to be and Jerry Stewart. from selected mature pines judged f
each has its own special appeal for I had, and as a consequence have Applicants must be at least 17 superior in every respect. Seed
the individual and provides for' decided to continue your educational The following students are slatedto years of age mid Have completedthe from the grafted stock Will be available

Individual differenses. Some of1.: program on the college or get high school diplomas upon 19th. grade in an accredited in eight or 10 years. II 1 "' IQ
the basis of work: done in the ..r. 'q "
high school ,or pass a qualifying : "
these areas presuppose high school versity level. Your decision uni'I'I Farmers would not care to plant : : :
I Adult Class o fthe school: J. W.
test. Evidence of citizenship -I I
graduation for entrance; while I health and .
sound good ,
: .
I others make no specific require-)able to qualify 'for entrance. It is Linda sowed hundreds of years ago. New \ ;
Diana Sermons
Daniel ,
ments. Regardless of what choice j j i assumed that this item was included Odessa character must be submitted. Preadmission -: ly developed: corn varieties avail- l ""-:.,. I
Stamper, Ruby
you 'make, your high school graduation under counting the cost". You aptitude tests are given.I able today are far superior. Why 1
and .I.
Smith Morgan.
will prove a valuable asset.. '! are probably aware of the fact The cost of the course 'is $75.00 I should landowners plant trees L1

'' If you have not already made your I.tJecisioriJ"Olrinay I by I this time that college entrancerequirementshave which includes fees uniforms, 'and which are the same as those which

-mw wrestling i I .been upgraded J KINDERGARTEN'GRADUATION .. textbooks. A certificate is issued stood in virgin forests hundreds of

with problem-tftrying- to reach],--both quantitatively and qualita- | by the Madison'County Board of years' agofForesters- -- "- 1
conclusion. Which I j I 't I Public Instruction upon graduation assured that better
a satisfactory lively-within the past 'decade. An : are #: 4 c r ,
will it bet What next after graduation -'!average ,grade of "C"* made on the Graduation exercises for Mrs. Graduates are eligible to apply for trees-especially pines-will eventually J M t
( Stella Williams Kindergarten will the Florida licensing examination
high school level is no longer considered developed.
be held at the Methodist Church given b ythe Florida State Board of i
Large scale, production of seedlings -
is being addressed I f adequate for entrance into
This message Tuesday May 28th, at 7:30. The Nursing. To date ,all graduates of
for planting will follow. Florida
to and is designed. !'some of our institutions of higher sc t
directly you t ; r"
public is invited to attend. this school have passed this licensing -. forests can be gradually "upgraded" IitK
an aid in making more helpful and j learning Entrance requirements examination. -' ,
OWN decision, however are not rigidly fixed. You as improved plantations : '

rather wisely than YOUR attempting to influence I'J( will find that some requirements I j j.,Coca.Cola] Party telephone For additional, or write information the registrar, visit, become and more widespread.Trees tie : 1. l ; :.:_'
tree products generate
or direct your choice. For the most!'pre more flexible than others.. ?
make Your of |!I' To Honor Mrs.' North Florida Junior Colege Madison one half-million dollars annually
part, you will be expected to I:( choice college therefore Florida. Phon Hu 3-2288.. for. Florida's A superior :
your own ''decision accept its responsibilities may be somewhat conditioned by I ITo I economy.
and follow it throughto I better could add millions of -
the best of your ability. Furthermore ;,well as by your major field_ of inter-, i Mark quality -..
dollars more to the forest wealthof
it should be recognized( that ;(est. The women fo the Presbyterian
the Sunshine State
you will be unable to find adequate j I j A college campus is not a place I Churchill honor Mrs. Mamie Lila Suwannee River

A answers to your problem by seek-; to prepare merely for living at,Oldham at a Coca-Cola Party, Sat-
ing advice from external sources. some future time. This is a mista urday morning June 1st from 10:00a. ( Channel To Park

t 'This is a personal problem andas I ken idea often advanced. Life is a m. to 11:00 a.m. at the home of Sing At Jasper

such your answer should bear unity' and operates as such and I Mrs. Raymond Camp. Another 51.7 mile stretch of the
the home-spun stamp for the best J I there are no breaks in it. College Rev. and Mrs. Oldham will be scenic Suwannee River will soon be Church of_ .

results to be realized.A I years provide an opportunity for leaving Jasper in the near futureto opened to pleasure boaters. I -.*-;--' -. -- -- ,-

directed choice Is inevitable ''productive living and constructive' make their home in North Caro The Suwannee River Authorityhas Jasper Church of God win he ihat 1AlIt cft .sftmtlS_ .ploiu In .It ope

unless you wish to follow the pathof I thinking; in a stimulating and challenging -f'f'I lina. hired the engineering firm of have their regular monthly sing .. #.., "
least resistance and drift along environment-a vital partof Mrs Oldham's friends are many! Rader and Associates of Miami to this Friday night at 7:45 p.m. -- -
No Invitations will be sent therefore make aerial photographs and chart Come and enjoy an evening of Soil Stewardship I:their attention on the importance of
aimlessly, ,and finally, be forced your life. This college campus ; i I soil and water
into.some. sort of occupation for with its varied activities makes a II please consider this 'as a per the channel of that 51.7 mile.strech singing with us. Everyone is invited I Florida and conservation In
to aid this
sonal invitation to ,to attend of the Suwannee north of Branfordat 19-26 worthy
which you may not be suited. This very fascinating appeal to the high you Week May I cause which
"Miss Mamie Lila's Coke to S. 27 to the Suwan- I means so much to us
may be the first major decision you school graduate who is seeking ad Party" U. Highway s now and more

nave had to make. It Is, doubtless, venture. The promise of success I wish her well in her new home. neee River State Park at Ellaville. Folk Festival l Governor Farris Bryant has pro- I the future."as we turn our eyesto

one of the most important you win the advantage offered for enlargedand on U. S. 90. claime the week of :May 19-26 ,, On hand to witness the signing of

ever make. Your next move enriched experience and the Jasoer Band Rader and Associates. will chart Reaches New I as Soil Stewardship Week through I'the'. Proclamation in the Governor'sOffice
the river during thelow water '
therefore should be made with extra-curricular activities-
I t combine out EQorida. was Robert N. Morris of
care and directed by the best to make college a center of I To Present j I period in June, recommending locations Record Attendance Tampa, Persident of the Florida,
I I for channel markers and In his Proclamation the Governor
thinking of which you are capable.A attraction for adolescence. A well- Association of Soil and Water Conservation *.
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wise decision is never an easy balanced program of activities implemented Spring ConcertThe I I the type required. called upon "all citizens to focus District Supervisors.
to and After that Suwannee River Authority Several of the performers who
one make particularly so, with ability and definite __
when there are several alternatives purpose to follow it through will I Jasper High School Band'present will will have these markers made the recent 11 th annual Flori-' -- -- ItKidk1andwood. In support of the Governor's Proe

from which to choose. The first con- register surprising results. I its I placed in position and pleasure- da Folk Festival the most success- Mo.: sing on the lamation Pres. Morris urged all
annual Springs Concert boaters will be able to follow the ful of all time have been Invited to banks of
sideration, however, should be sub- the Suwannee River dur- District Supervisors dthe
You should not be misled into the Friday night. May 24. 8:00 p.m. in j an peopleof
jective rather than pbjective. The belief however, that the advantages -'I the High School auditorium. The i I channel. participate In the 26 National Folk ing She Florida Folk Festval the Florida to jOin in this annual:

personal element generally speaking offered in college will make ,public is urged to be I I At present pleasure boaters can Festival to held In Covington, Ky., first w k-end' in May interested -\:national observtace.
should constitute the point of you any "better" than those who I present. only travel that part of the river May 23-24-25, Roster L. Barnes, di.. to kriw'that 'they. too:--win Jim HammeH State Conservationist
The numbers to be played are South from Branford. to. the Gulf rector o fthe Stephen Foster Memorial -
departure in making decisions of are denied the privileges which 1 j participate in the national program. for USDA's Soil Conservation -
(I such that all tastes in the music of Mexico ,a run of 69.8 miles. During announced' today.
major significance. An Inventory of |college life has to offer. To enter- Barnes said. Service, urged all employeesof
,field ,
will be
! your personal assets, and liabilities i i iyour !tain such an idea is lndenfensibleit I I satisfied. Different normal water boaters are ad- "The Foster Memorial staff Is t The' National Folk Festival is this Service to join in commemorating
-- types of music will be preseentedsuch vised not to use the river north of particularly proud of the fact that
strong as well as your weak is even suicidal. The fact remaiis r I by Sarah Gertrude Khott. the week "as a symbol fman's
points should be taken as a basis that the individual himself makes as marches overtimes, suites Branford because only the most experienced Thelma A. Boltin Florida Thlk of Kentucky who orgainzed the : sacred obligation under God

from which to make a logical 1!college education worthwhile I and program music. Music of "Old.Master" I I boatment can locate the Festival director, known to many first Florida Folk Festival in 1952 i to protect and wisely use Ilk valued

choice. Included here will be found rather than the as well as contemporary unmarked channel through the as Cousin Thelma, win head the and also directed it in 1953. Miss soil, water and other related
opposite point of will be heard. With sucha I tale division of the national I
composes telling
-among other things-your natural -I view. shoal areas Boltin has directed the colorful resources.'
endowment special aptitude, The statement: "There is Variety of offerings, an persons John C. Camp of Jasper,, Author- event" Barnes said. "She not only event since 1954. Begun modestly 17 In

L I developed and acquired ,interests, more in the man in than In the land"has attending will find something; of ity chairman said the Branford-. serves as special event director for The nth annual Florida Folk I I several southern states years upon ago the

the influence of external motivationand I I in the a parallel student : "There is more interest Also on the program win Ellavffle section is considered' byi the memorial, but also Is chairmanof Festival held during perfect wea- Inspiration of publishers of Farm
than in the
collegein be a trombone solo by Don Wether the most beautiful part ofTthei folk'music for the Florida.Federation I ther ,
the purely personal drive that which he matriculates." The i i i many May 3-4-5 featured approximately and t Ranch Magazine Soil Stewardship
Impels to action. The consideration 'ington. i scenic Suwannee. He said the Au- of Music Clubs and for the 2,000 performers who I Week has
I you appeared grown remarkably.
of the above factors Is highly,I above on statements the personal place element the emphasis where- The Band needs the support of.1|I thority fortunate to secure the National Federation of Music clubs one or more times each dur'1, Soil Stewardship Week is an outgrowth -

advisable. Furthermore. It has been it rightly belongs. everyone. The audiences o fthe Rader firm one of the world's Barnes said that Jack Parker, lag the seven program presented in (i|i i of events which took place
established last couple concerts have grown: leading engineering firms, for this whistler extraordinary from Orlando the j j"The {i
definitely that emotional I Your entrance into college will three-day period. i more than 15 centures ago in the
in numbers but there will be room work. the :Milton Percision Square
stability and social adjustmentare doubtless be the realization important crowds were far the largest neighborhood of Vienne France.
of your for aIL Enjoy an evening of music The Authority formed In 1357 by. Dancers from the Florida Panhandle in Festival .
potent factors that condition I I childhood and adolescent dreams. history Barnes In the year 4TB A. D. bad weatherand
and relaxation by being at the con'' to develop the and the Dares Brother instrumental I
State Legislature said. 1'tme-
'the degree of one's success in any I'Let us hope that all reasonable and again the seats i earthquates caused crop failures
undertaking.You will expectations cert. I' Suwannee River hopes to, begin and folk singing group from 1 were all filled and many widespread hunger .and much
ultimately be real-f
need also to keep In mind I lized. This will depend for the soon on another project of dredginga West Palm Beach also are expected tors,stood around the outdoor speda-I human suffering. As a result the
SENIOR SUPPER I channel to deep water at to appear.xa the National Folk ,
that you are living In an age of.most part, on how you spend your I straight Many visitors came to the Bishop Vfenne ordered prayer
change and In a constantly chang i(time and employ your: talents. Life the mouth of the river known as Festival program ]Q Cbvenington. the morning and enjoyed all three and penance on the 3 days preceding

ing age. This consideration Is perti-.on the college will have Friday. May 24, the Seniors of West Pass. He added tnat Diane Weldon talented shows. Others came every day during ] Ascension Day. The clergy and

nent to our discussion. Many of 1 I different meanings campus for every entering Jasper High School are having a Also in the Authority's future teenage Gainesville Folk the event and saw all or most of I the people called upon God for help

the old, guideposts and controls I' freshman. This is due the Fried Chicken supper. Deliveries plans Is a dam at EUavflle which singer and the Carver Elementary the seven programs.". j and deliverance!' from the calamities

that served 'weB 'a generation ago fact thqt everyone win bring to dif' will be made. The supper Is from would deepen the river from that School singing games group from Unofficially. Barnes guessed that which beset them. This custom of

are either gone tar prove bopelessly ferent background, a different a 4:30 until 7:30 p.m. at the high point to White Springs on U. S. White Springs received invitationsalso there were as many M 20 or '25 j setting aside such special cI&ys-:
experience -
inadequate as criteria for guidance different motivation and school lunchroom. AH tickets are Highway 41 so pleasure boats.wculd but could not accept. thousand spectatDrs in the park for Rogation Days-soon bpread from
In this 'mechanized' and nuclear I, (continued being sold in advance._ See a Senior -. then be able to use that additional "Thousands of Floridians who the seven shows under the tall I I community to community and
on 4)
page today. JLOO per plate. I'I 40.5 mile' strech,. heard Bob and Eveyne Beers' of .trees on the'banks of the Suwannee. eventually throughout the world.
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PACE TWO ...... ...U'A -THE JA-SPER-r NEWS/,", ', -JASPER. 'FLORIDA. _' .- ._.._ Friday; ,. May' 24; 1963 t

V''.!/. h'f, _-., -c... ,.,''. Childhood's joyland. Mystic Merry morial Methodisl Church. lie. ganza roseShe' carried. 'a: bouquet I Madame De Steel' ,** by courtesy of Edna Browne.-
.." .;. :.e.. "q. '... ..r' I.' -'..-".;"',, Toyland! at. the li''clock' service:" 'I of enchrist liliees and Ivy withsnapdragons. I 'Evigne" and then the litst grew Those; enjoying this party {

: Once your- "pass, if& borders,, you Howell had been pastor there ." coppet,-Ossian,,Richter Descartis, is' an annual entertainment with

can ne'er return again." '" ?.-. -o when the plans for t t >Irs.. -McNeilljf graduated from Cabola, Talmud. ;. HegaTand'. etc... Betty Jean and.Mis: Loomis were:
;,. ::. "-: ,. .,. ; Lawrence: High School class of I Louise Knapp'DianneHogatrlly
t1g ; kSS :"Mm.-"r-c: :Ttfi;'&'ir ohor" me -irn Hrjrch were formalized., I960,, and attended Henry Heyward Deer Tongue ContinuedI I Daughtry, .Gerry Cbllum., RosJeI
i '!"'GlY; "'J fwn.,t'-0f +*e arrin'al 'ofber wa3_then sent Jo another p\sto! ;School of Nursing. Lt McNeffly' Mr. Frank Henderson broughttne I I Hunter, Barbara Ann Davis. *
litt'e crandson- born to'"Mr. art? Rev. Fred. Sanders \\' graduated from Ventura, Calif., a nice bunch of deer tongue. It's .
and Mrs. Charles McNeill of Charleston when the actual building was High School in 1957! and attended drying now on my porch and 'has Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence J. Nix of
Bishop James.W. Henley Ventura Jr. The that Vanilla smell. Sylvester, Ga. were house guests of
College. couple
: 20,
S. C.. at 7:00 ajn. May f (
)- a son, weighing:; 7% pounds. In fed' in the afternoon. Rev. will make their home in Germany.. I drove down the road going|Mrs. Graham Black Monday, May
W hVJrPeHymm SThmori 951. .s. the excitement no name was men 'had a service't 8:40 a.m. !j 1 north and found Peggy Rogers drying :20. In the aftemnon they with their
tioned. That wfll come later.AI present pastor is Rev. John I We saw Charlie and Miriam Mar- some on sheets out in the yard. i hostess went around to speak to

"I Thank Thee' is the title of a :"The Prayer:Perfecf*' I The church, with a. membership .I tin, the beloved pastor and his Laura says she puts -it in the sun a few friends.
/ ..
; ** n'-" *"tog ? the 810, was dedicated debt-free
rier n wife of this First Church, in one day and in the shade I
little book of poems given me by Dear.'Lprdl Kind Lord! ,, [ Baptist after that. I
*r !
George Hyman long ago. Gracious: LordI"pray. confines of the Southern Baptist is the requirement for I Valdosta Saturday. I I I am hold that many people:I Mrs. Graham Black and Mrs.
j .
her .
Mrs. Howell joined I
Mission .
Convention theV"m3n's gather this It is Ponce Sandlin have been elected- -
plant. !
an extra
"I thank Thee, Lord, that I,am Thou-wilt, look onallI'ovetenderly : wives I
straight and strong. today,1': ary Union is celebrating its 75th I for the ceremonies. Th | Friends of Miss\. Thelma Lewis money crop that costs nothing but a I delegates to the Florida Methodist '
With wit to work and hope to weariness anniversary this May-celebrating the former pastors 'were are glad she is at home. No comj -'smidge of time. I suppose it's been'Annual Conference which meets in
I Weed. their hearts of or ; with dinners, luncheons, afternoon and presented corsages of t j pany at present we understand but going in ever since tobacco be-]I Lakeland early in June: *
keep me brave! f
Scatter'tevery care: ,,7 teas etc.: It's a great rejoicing- those who stand by are hoping she came such an industry in Hamilton. I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Colkim will alI .
That two-score years, unfathomed, DoWn' ,a 'vyake of, angel:.wings, :Mr. Pete Register is doing
'.," Organized in 1888 as an auxiliaryto i j I old Horn 1>will soon be much better. Tm sure I must have seen it at so go to the Conference.. Cbl
still life
belong to the allotted Winnowing the air,.. ::1'1 Conventionbut concrete work in the
the Southern Baptist i the edge of swamps as I darted in lum by virtue of his position as
Thou: at Evergreen, cementing
I thank Thee gave.that the sight of sunlit Bring unto the Sorrowing, i- with, :opposition from men that time and-weathei have'' I Bonnie Jones, Matt Marable' and, I a&a little girl to pick a bunch'"ofI 1 Chairman of the Board of Stewards
what Paul
All release from who took as mandatory white violets and yellow buttercupsBut Its automatically a delegate. Mr.
or'I :
lands pain! ; ened. He is also: oing some '\ John Lewis took the college entrance
I said about women keeping quietIn I that I t Collum has been active in
Let the lips of laughter : ing in the hardrto-eet:; laces exams in Valdosta Saturday I was some time ago. most
And dipping hills, the breath of overflow againAir ;- the churches. tween the graves and'using a I 1 *. _,, Jow I want to talk to the tobacco I i I his,church as he has in civic affairs
evening' grass, '' with all the, But the women.were minded for I When one reads Emersons he man who buys deer tongue I and has accomplished much for..the
lJffi mr"ver.Mr.
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It I'I
The wet, dark rocks and flowersin O r v de. I pray. 1 I missions and they humbly assured Register works with 'gets Into;untraveHed roads and among and learn how it is used. Peggy I' church and they are glad to have
my tends This vast measure << content that august body that all they wanted i State Road Department: but unknown folk..I often make Rogers says they use it in cigarettes him go as a delegate.
Can give me daily gladness' as I is1 :t. I was to promote missions. other work "between" times. j''list. snuff, and perfumery. i .
Thai mine today!
pass.I I ';'J I Alma Hunt executive secretaryof ," On the recent Mother's Day'1\-tr.
thank Thee that I love the r _Names," Whitcomb. Riley. W.M.U., writes in May Royal Mrs. Vera Rhoden\ has I've tried to give away my "New THE REGISTERS MEET AT II I and Mrs. Clarence Ratliff and family
things of earth;; '- Service of the years of growth: : _.' .,2.'''' 'ho pq, ;; I! International Enclyclopedia" of WAYFARE and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green
This train of thought for 'Folks'as -nm I
1908 but aU I get is the laugh. And
1.206 crganizations in 1888 to Over 1,000 of Register, their near Jr.I of Live Oak attended church
fruits and
Ripe laughter, lying of the wedding !I
] 6f this week in May came about N. H., Herald
I don't want to give the 20
down to sleep, 96,395 organizations in 1963 with Patricia I now 1 kin and friends assembled for their[, here with the mother and grand
from a breakfast on the porch her pranddauehtfer.:
j volumes of heavy bulky books away
members. annual Church mother, Mrs. O. C. Ratliff.
1,470,181 meet at Wayfare
The shine of lighted towns, the : Schrader, to First Lt. Elmer I
about 6:30. -.-a breakfast of cinTrn at all. Al tho they crowd my book- .
j 19. It had been
for Sunday May designated
mission project
One home
graver worth of beating human crisp M Voiiiv Jr., USAF, of Otis, I I There's information I I
hearts that laugh and weep." !''r tons* sm-ke' bacon Cuba and a Christmas offering for "The bride wore a chapel shelves. more "Folk Huxford day" honor-1! The J. \V. Registers of Seville
-Juliet Wilbor Tompkins"I and black coffee. Try it! I China in 1888, to a major supportof gown designed with a scoop I'i in them than I can ever hope to get. ing one who has done much and came up to attend church with the
. But I won't be giving them up now.
j Home and Foreign Mission line and long pointed sleeves. in research of family records and mother Mrs. Grif Register on
thank Thee for the buoyant A lovely prcsram: is i: ing,pr c-I ri:=rjds in 1963. bodice was appliqued with These books were one of our first has been a unifying force in bringing Mothers Day.
wings of hope, tised for the Stella Williams;,Kindergarten The 'walnee Association of W. dinned lace with sequins (buys back when we started- this family together in spirit . '.
And for the power of conscious' Gr dt ation.\'MaY.\28! at. 'c celebrated with a 75th anniversary pearls. The full 'control skirt Enclyclopedias, typewriter and a I and enthusiasm. :i I Virginia Vickery is making her
growth toward Thee, 7:30 at the Methodist Church. You'' tea at First Baptist churchin fashioned with lace inserts sewing machine. What more could He was presented a wrist watch. homewith Mrs. Graham Blaek

For all the progress that mankindhas are invited;atjend and see your Live Oak Sunday, May 19. back which extended into a a young couple want. Mrs. Orrie Register Huxford his these weeks while mother Jessie
made favorite little tyke perform. | Bro. O. C. Howell, pastor of Jasper train with bow details at These are 3 words I listed. I wife was given a beautiful necklace Mae is over at the Legislature.
And for the greater progress yet "Toy land***Toylanc3! Little girl I Methodist Church, was a guest Her fingertip veil fell from a Epaminondas *- We thought he I I i I Virginia is Valedictorian of her
to be." I and boy-land. While you dwell sneaker! Sunday in Jacksonville at jestic queen's crown of open was the little negro boy who' got. A quartette from Valdosta presented High School Class.Salutitorian .
-James L. Hughes within'it-you are ever happy then. the dedication of the Epperson Me pearls enhanced with a large butter in his hair afternoon music sessions.for both morning and I i'| is Billy Dale with

/ 'Jan David a fraction of a point
A king and queen contest of ages .

.,..- ....' : *"_ ,. : ,. ;. 16-21 added to the enthusiasm of the j, behind. .
'" '
young setappropriate gifts were j I
: '_ I Lee Dupree a junior medieal student -
awarded. i at Emory and even now acQuiring -
': Perhaps the highlight of the day I the coveted title of Dr. Lee
If action is dish I was the memorial part of the pro :
'U has been awarded a scholarship to
: Florrie ChUton of
4'U Register
the Clinic for
vow L Mayo summer study.
S : ., ,xt' ::., 1 I ible Edgewater for this., Florida was respons-I'I'I I This is indeed an honor for scho- 4

lastic attainment and personalityand
< t .. ?" [
'. Mrs. Grif Registre (Miss Mamiewas
< : '- > ... the other attributes that bid
7 'i the oldest there and was recog I fair for future attainments. His

; F : ,,_i.j .- nized the with business cheers.At session- SarahC. i Jasper friends High rejoice.and He is is a of graduate the of I
I many
you've just got to come try < ti Johnson (daughter of Lee C. .who are making a good name for

$ !'u I I County Register was, formerly elected President of Hamilton for the school and their. home town.

: I I.-! ensuing year. I Mr. and Mrs. Lcnfis Druck of
'' President Freeman RegI Chicago, HI. will be coming soon
: I
rater Jr, Starke Sec. & Treas.I to visit the Charles Levins and

:',i .' .; :r J JWTALPERFORMANCECHAMP (I I'|Leonard Folks Huxford Register, Jasper Homerville Historian., Ga. especially graduate to see fro mJasper granddaughterSusan high.

; FOR S . .
j :. NEW ., :1 Chairman of Directors Freeman *
.. :I Register S. The Jasper Garden Club closes
.. The sumptuous dinner was according the work season in June with a
I I to custom. luncheon meeting at Hickory Bottom
\;' I I It was in the fullest sense A farm. '
|Day of Pleasant Bread." % The May meeting was at the
R home of Mrs. Oscar Ratliff. Reports
: : i I BETTY JEAN SAPP HAS A were heard from Mrs. Barn-

L.I SLUMBER PARTY berg Harrell on building and by
Mrs. Charles Loomis and her
Mrs. Ratliff on work done on the
niece Betty Jean were hostesses parks..
: ,Friday night May 17 to six young There was also a plant exchangeMrs
.. ."" \ ,: \ i i friends classmates of Betty Jean'sin ; Travis Carter was a visitor. I
-; 5. ,,' ,. the 8th grade. Virginia Milton's The hostess served a salad course

-= ; i(Homeroom. These girls are of 13 and cake and orange juice.
"T ,L'.5 : <,' 'and 14 years of age and as mosti . d
::7 i i i congenial .
; : group.' -t The Clara Johnson Circle of the
u 1
.. i ,f.. \' ter'' .,. ; ::1 For supper they had hamburgers W. S. C. S. met in the church parlors
"... I and french fries, plus the things May meeting. Mrs. John Lewis
.1 I I that go with it that girls love. They

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-: ..' the type of driving, you do! And right now you'll save extra because : STYLE PATTIES
COUNTRY 8-oz. 4
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added to the decorations. ish builders. I JASPER SENIORS [r Cuban Tobacco ,
.. jOn .the mantle and dining table Rev. and Mrs., Sayer Canova I PRESENT ASSEMBLY I, Public Announcements

.... was a beautiful, arrangement ofpinlf1zndwhite were guests. I Import Halted .,
oLks.jt 1 I flowers. The ladies serving the dinner: PROGRAM iFj -
} i Ice cream cookies, nuts, mints were Mrs. A. L. Denton, Mrs. SI- I Class 150 8-inch
The Jasper Seniors gave an assembly Rep Fuqua announced this week IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD per, 3,000 feet ,
..t\; end soft drinks were served. The mer Deas, Mrs. A. W. Jackson.: i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HAMILTON
!:\ ..-- -- program on May 45entit. :;'that another Cuban attempt to FLORIDA, Asbestos Concrete Pressure
:Mrs. Cecil Vann is G A. director
napkins were imprinted with caps led '"Gold in the Pot Day. It went sell tobacco in the U. S. had been LEROY GLASS PUlmtltt Pipe.
of the Suwanne association and of
r.1tlnued i and gowns. over successfully. The Seniors ':stoppeo. VS. The City Council reserves the
'Very -
frurupage 2))
I the Jasper First Baptist. Mrs WOODIE GLASS. Defr da fIN
f f Mrs. Fred DeVane lead the had a great time putting or i A Canary Island cigar manufacturer THE NAME AND BY THE right to accept the lowest and/or
Jr. :
president of W. S. C. S. gave the games_ which were we'll planned I Thomas Bridges Counselor., 'performances as the money; pouredin. had sought an export license AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF best bid and reserves the right to
'' Mrs. Carlton Carter association Jr
study-the theme"Teach young I' and enjoyed with enthusiasm. :Counselor. Airs Jessie Wood assist We made $50 that morning I.from the U. S. Treasury Department FLORIDA TO WOODIE: GLASS. whose residence reject any/or an bids, for the best
people the value of spending." I The hosts for this party were with the 2-hour" performance. I to import some 750,000 cigars and address Is 1120 20th interest of the City of Jasper.

Plans were made for further work. der and :Mrs. Roy DeVane, Mr. EJ.j nor Mrs. Vann1as Intermediat Counse I,i There were the singing Kentucky containing Cuban tobacco to the street A sworn Phoenix bill of City complaint, Alabama having: R. H. Flsk.

Cokes and cookies were. served at Mrs. Fred DeVane, Mr. and I I|HilHUlies-Cousins of Coach Jin I I United States recently. the been relief filed In therein this Court sought against,being yon divorce % City ManagerIN
the close.
Louis Rogers Guests besides the I JASPER BOYS AND GIRLS ARE Coe who were played by Jerry Stewart -::i This would have been a direct! and other relief. you are re-
Junior and Seniors of Jennings :MAKING SPLENDID RECORDS I[I Robert Dampier Johnny Bit- circumvention of the foreign policyof quired to answer said complaint oa CIRCUIT COURTJUDICIAL I

tMiand Mrs. Buck Lewis'will'-go High were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. De?I:-. Lewis Sapp is tapped for Ph ner and Jackie Robinson. Records I II the United, States which seeks to C.or A.before Avrlett.Hay Jasper.25. IX Florida.. furnishing Plafo-to CmcUW. HamIL.TON -
soon to Fbrt Gordon to see son Paul Vane, Msses Jane ,Pafford, Teddy, I I 1'were dedicated to the students and ''eliminate all Cuban imports to this tit!". Attorney a copy thereof else COUNTY. FLORIDA

graduate from basic training 'Bates, Inez McCall and Mrs. Walter 1 Beta. Mrs.Kappa.Wilmer Mrs. Emmii'' the faculty. I nation thereby cutting off aid from ag-alnst decree pro yon.Witness confesso. will be entered MARY A.IN WTKOFF.CHANCERY ,

school. After a short vacation Paul Havener. I Sapp Then there were the .Swanne* I I this nation to Castro's Communist mr hand and the official !"I ala Uff
% i Scoggins'went recently'to-'AUanta seal of this Court at Jasper. Florida vs.
will to Fort Sill for officers ,
go for the ceremonies of this nationa Clodhoppers played by Bo Bem} ry government this 30th day Of April A. D.. 19C3. nARLA( E. WYKOFF,
training. Honor students of Jennings High of Rusty Fennell, John Haskins anc .I Representative Fuqua, worked Thelma Lewis Clerk. Circuit Defendant
*"" . I honor society when Lewis son Court. Hamilton County IN THE NAMEND BY THE
are: Linda Wetherington Valedictorian -" Billy DailVirginia ;with Senator Holland and Congressman -
Margaret Sapp was awarded this: I i Florida AUTHORITY. OF THE STATE OF
Mrs Texas Carter Green of White I f Ruth DeVane Salutorian;?'I''coveted' honor.. Phi Beta Kappa Vickery played Moon RIver Gibbons in protesting this action C.: A. AvriettJasper.. FLORIDA:
Springs "Miss Texas" to her Jas-third highest, Brenda Butler and and Circumstance !I detrimental Florida TO: HARLAND E. WYKOFF Whose
I was founded at William and Mar: Pomp which would have proven Ry Alice Jones, D C. residence and address is Unknown.
per friends phoned me one day to The Speech Class of Jennings College in 1776 the oldest society; Theresa Taylor played 'Tonight"and I I to our domestic cigar, .SEAL,) A sworn bill of complaint having
say she enjoys the news. Among high attended a dinner at the Mad- for the encourage ment of scholar "Moments to Remember" I and tobacco producing industries May 3. 10, 17. 2 4 been the relief filed in therein this Court sought against being you divorce
I other things she said she will be 83 j ison Hotel and tonics in the Show which was sung by Jan David, Su as well as lending aid through the I -INVITATION- BID and other relief you are require
years of age in August and is quite I afterward. ship.Membership is bestowed on thos< san Levin. Carolyn Davis Ann Taylor ;back door to Castro. The Treasury ed to answer said complaint on* or
t tI Sealed bids will be received at before May 25. 19(3. furnishing to
well. She often hops the bus and I Bobbie Jean Hayes Vick: : refused the
# who attain to this high honor. Th Department swiftly until C. A. A vrlett, Jasper Florida. Plain
comes to Jasper. I I Girls Auxiliaryr Focus week climaxed Georgia Chapter is Gamma. Goolsby and Nancy Ehlert. Las license to this manufacturer. City Hall, Jasper. Florida tiffs Attorney a copy thereof, elsa
5. 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 3, 1963, on decree pro confesso will be entered
!With a mother and daughter This is indeed an honor that ha: of all was the imitation of all the against youWitness
JENNINGS SENIORS FETED AT, banquet at First Baptist Friday come to Lewis Sapp. His friend; teachers 'which was full of laughs the following items: Bids to opened my hand and the official

TWO PARTIESMr. I evening May 17 about 40 attended.Mrs. rejoice with him and his family. The Seniors are also selling a Emory E. Moore Elected I II Council and at considered 7:30 June by the 3 1963.City this seal of 30th this day Court of April at Jasper.A. D Florida 1953.

and Mrs. J. L. Butler and Gloria Strickland had done I Cindy Chandler merits the honor High School paper called the "Sen I Director of Evans: Products 1 p.m.sandblast, and Thelma Lewis Clerk Circuit
ITEM : Repair Court of Hamilton CountyFlorida
Would like f I'I'I
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Kinsey enter- I the decorations in the G.A. colors society at Valdosta State. It was ior Highlights. you
tained the Seniors with a swimming cf gold and white using oak leaf hydrangeas -, "Honor day" May 1st at Valdosta know anything about the Seniors'! Company I paint 75,000 gallon water tank by Alice Jones Deputy Clerk
lilies and daisies. '! Buy a paper and read the write-uf I I located on site kown as (SEAL)
party at the Kinsey cottage at day State ,a college Jasper folk claim Brothers C. A. AvriettJasper.
Twin Lakes. There was skiing, The table was set up in U shape, almost as much as they do the Fla I I on each member of the class. They Emory E. Moore .corporate I I Mill. Florida ___...._
swimming and boat rides. A ham down the center traDed greenery I I' Colleges.The i I are very Interesting. It tells tiiei] I'vice president in charge of Evans ITEM 2: To furnish-F.O.B.--Jas- )-May- --3.--10.-- 17.- -24
nicknames, [Products Company's Building Mat. I
likes' dislikes hobbies,
burge supper was served.A with three large spaced arrange- scholastic merit of Cindy ,
game" party'was given ments of daylilies and daisies which Chandler has been known among t and etc. They are being sold to terials I 1 Division, was elected a I I
i I who would like to buy one. !director of the company at the annual -I
effective. anyone
was most it is
honoring Ruth DeVane and the Senior her associates all along and
t for i meeting of shareholders held
I So
class down on ,the Alapaha A dinner menu of ham string with great pleasure to all cow"rne+ I Bobbie Jean Hayes I:May 15. I II I
River at the Autrey Pafford beans and corn, spiced pears, tea' .that she was tapped for Sigma I I
I I Mr. Moore joined Evans Products I II T14ATS NMii iL1Yit
servedMrs. Chi at Valdosta State May PHOOEY gun vouu.
camp. and cake was Alpha ;;
I i Company in 1957 when Evans ac- RK HZ HONEYA COMPLAINT
The class colors of pink and Frank Bennet of Divonia 1st on Honor Day. I SUCH SEATS ALL +
1 1t I -rHE
I table on th epoch featured a prettj I quired Fiddes-Moore &; Company CANT SEELow JUST KEEPAHEYE \F YOu( NAVE
white decorated the huge living; Baptist church brought the mess- Members of the family were pre I centerpeice of blue and white t I,one of the largest independent ware ''' I1 A THINGLs ON ME AND FORESIGHT TDt
foam. Silhouettes of boys and girls age "Building the House" based sent at the ceremony. I j'j'j 'I' y00 LAUGH WHEN pIIAL W1TM
I mums and glads. house systems in the building materials pooq
j t- ______c
in and and diplomas the parable of the wise and fool- I DO
caps gowns on ]t Walter TEAR
I Serving were Mrs. Joe : field. Mr. Moore was one of ,
I I, I understand there is a movemen I' Sapp, Mrs. Thomas Bennet, .Mrs I. the founders of Mes-Moore in j 6AS co.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,ton for a consolidated high schoo'1 i Rance Andrews 1946. He has had extensive experience -: Ih

f THIRD ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN AND I! and that very soon there will be a Mrs. John Wagner and Mrs in plywood production and

FOR HAMILTON COUNTY .FLORIDA I called meeting when the citizens of: Marshall Thomas registered the< I distribution .having been in the:
: IN CHANCERY i i Hamilton County will have the opportunity guests. building materials field during all I, 1 y

THE TOWN OF WHITE SPRINGS, 1 to join in this forwan The wedding gifts. were displayed his business life. I I

.a municipal corporation, movement.I in the den. Mr. Moore is a resident of Port If
Plaintiff, y think the Consolidated school for; Mrs. Ernest Chandler was floor land, Oregon, where Evans Build-I Il f
the 10, 11, 12 grades is a must ir hostess assisted by several other ing Materials Division's offices
-VS.- are
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Certain lands in the town of **" .:*-;,-?; ::*?T" ***:.#- this age when the educated man is, ladies. Miss Davis a petite brunettewas I located. Price $6.95 I NIGHT; PHONE

White Springs Florida, given all the ins. wearing a white re-embroider I In addition to being a major pro-, '

Hamilton County, in which Our children are our.heritageour --,ed sheath with jacket. She wore a ducer and distributor of Plywood, I PER CYLINDER \ oTcmmore 2-3001
4taxes are best possessions. Do we not owe turquoise belt, other accessorieswere hardboard and related building materials CASH ON DELIVERY
delinquent.AMENDED NOTICE it to them to give them the best! in white. Miss Davis whose products, Evans Products 1

' opportunity in our power? marriage to Gerry Lewis is ar Company is the leading producer
SHOW CAUSE. ...... 5. event of the early summer is re of damage-prevention equipmentfor >i HOLLOWAYSLOOK '
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Miss Margaret Davis bride-elect ceiving many courtesies. railroad freight cars. I

ALL PERSONS, FIRMS OR CORPORATIONS, having any the honor guest Thursday afternoon * I Evans' subsidaries in the build i

interest in or lien upon any of the lands described in this Amended I I May 16 at a lovely party at the Friday May 17 was Sylvia Lewis ing materials field include Evans i

Notice and in the Amended Complaint filed in the above styled cause suburban home of Mrs. J. T. Bird- Carter's brithday and she and Bud Harbor Products Co. and Evans I _

situated in Hamilton County Florida, to-wit: I ges. The hostesses were ladies of came down from Orangeburg S. C. Building Products Co., and in Canada .25 8
YEAR DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp Rg. I r the First Baptist Church. They had for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs.. Evans Products Company Limit : 1. .J HOLLOWAYI

1953-60 A 192 foot triangular shape of Lang's Retrace. :, chosen a color scheme of blue and John Bond friends from Orange ,ed. -'" '. i I

Block 1 ;....................................: 12 2 15 white and used glads 'and mums :burg came also. ------
1954-60 Lot 1 of Block 2 of Renauld Survey. .............; 7 2 16 t and silver containers. The dainty I. I .

1923-60 70' x 143' in SW comer of Lang's Retrace ...... 7 2 16 arrangements carried tiny wedding I The District 3 of Florida Federation ,
1960 Lot 1 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 bells and other bridal motifs. I of Womans:dubs, meets for a "'., '

1929-60 Lot 2 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 Mrs. Kirby Sandlin greeted the workshop in :Monticello May 28s. I I

1929-60 Lot 6 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6. 2 16 arriving guests and presented them I This is an important meeeting. II 1. i .
1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace ............ 7 2 16 to the receiving line. Mrs. J. T. )'Oll can attend contact Lois Curry I : O .

1929-60 Lot S of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace............. 7 2 16 Bridges stood with the lovely guest I President of the Jasper Club. : .
1929-60 Lot 3.of lock,57 of Lan 's Retrace ............ 6. 2. 16 of honor Miss Davis and her I Mrs. Glenwood McCall (LaVeme '
1956 Lot 6 of Block'54 of Lang's Retrace .....:...... 7 2. .16 mothet'Mfrs. John Davis and Mrs.. Hunter) gave a shower party ;
1960 SU of lot 2 of Block 7 of Mobley's addition. '6 2 16' Horace Lewis.In I Thursday evening May 16 at her 0- ;What A Buy !

1959-60 100 ft x 235 ft. .................................. 7 2 16 the dining room the table was home on Road 41 north for Mr. and
1960 20 acres of N% of SWof SE% .............. 6 2 16 I overlaid with a white swiss or- Mrs. Lewis Carter of Bellville

1929-60 Lots 10 and U of Block 16 ..............._... 7 2 16 gaudy cloth with inserts of satin settlement who lost aH their possessions ..

1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 57 ............................... 6 2 16 over turquois taffeta cloth. At one { in a recent fire. Mrs. Mr- NEW 1963 RAMBLER AMERICAN
1960 20 acres in SE corner; less portion in NW corner 7 2 16 end of the table was a five-branch Call had decorated her home with

1929-60 (E 2) Lot 2 of Blo k'13 ........:................ 7 2 16 silver candelabra with blue ,tapers: ," many potted plants and vases -of :

1929-44 Lot 2"of" Block 54 ........................*....... 7 2 16 and in the center a bridal bouquetof 1 roses. The dining table was laid 2 DOOR SEDAN MODEL 6306
1954-60 Lot 2"of'" Block 54 ....'............-..:.......... 7 2" 16 maline and wedding bells, jewels with a lace cloth and in the centera

1929-60 54 ft x 143 ft. in SW comer .................... 7 2 16 andrribbons in dainty arrangement. lovely bowl of flowers with light.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to'appear and show cause before said I The silver punch bowl was at the ed candles. '0 '. Full Delivered Price'at Hunter's ,

Court on or before the 6th day of June, A. D. 1963 why the fee simple) other end of the table. A tempting bowl of punch gracedthe $1697'

title to said lands should not be by said Court, decreed to be vested feeis in i. punch Mrs. Raymond assisted by Camp Misses served Cindy the t other end of the table with ;' ." Motor Co., Lake City ?..:..*:! -..:.?
kind and such of cookies.
County, free and,clear of all liens and claims of every I plates
simple title in said County thereby foreever quieted, confirmed and Chandler Bonnie Jones and Elaine i Assisting Mrs. McCall were Mrs. "",i.

said County, free and clear of all liens and claims of every kind and such Bridges. Here also were the cake,, Graham Black Mrs. Wilmer Sapp

fee is simple title in said County thereby forever quited, confirmed and mints and nuts. Another punch Mrs. Joe Sapp, Mrs. J. C.- CannadyMrs.

set at rest any and all claims on the part of each and everyone of you; Billy Burch.,
and you are warned that on or after the aforesaid return date a decree There was a large 1 crowd' --,friends
........ from Jasper and the Bellville community
will be sought.
IT IS ORDERED that this Amended Notice will be published four and many were the useful ', "' ;,
times in the Jasper News, a newspaper of general circulation and gifts to assist Mi':" and MrsJ CarterIn :"

published in Hamilton County, Florida. setting up house keeping again.
WITNESS.. my hand and official seal this 7th day of May Wo understand the new house is

.' 'A. D., 1963 already, being. built..
Clerk Circuit Court of Hamilton IMPORTANT NOTICE

County, Florida. June C. Montgomery. Recital
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.' of Circuit Court aforesaid. Thursday May 23 at the Presbyter.
by Alice Jones Deputy Clerk ian Church Instead' of Elementary

(SEAL '. May 10. 17, 24. 31 school as announced. Please pass
the word to friends and relatives. i tTEIi

d'-a tell xe( -, $y8118r/p1j ADVI1t'TISING.. ..c'- ,: ....&....- ,. .


Have you been in lately to { KEEP
take a gander at our nifty; \ STORY ,
thrifty selection of building, ... .
.. materials? From fcduribtftg .

to shingles: we have it! between the, covers 1963 MODEL 6306 2-door. _. __. "; ._:. ..._.... .'.....;. <$1697.00.
li .
of one of ourWeddingAIbums AUTO '

CASH DOWN PAYMENT. ."r"---- '. :{ .....-...-..........-..... 397.97

I USED T-V fibc\ .whole true story INSURANCE,_' ? f TOTAL TO BE FINANCED .........___'c'.._-_._..__.............................. 1299.03 l'
1N. .
ol ) -wedding Ja, ..& SR 22 FlU aq acid tF.bUty .

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ACE FOUR 't'tT- : t'" JASPER, NEWS: JA'SPERFI.O'RI.DA. [ ._. Friday, May..24-1963
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: iiiYiiUf" Suwannee'-7 '" t County. Sing I GradHatejrfr.i -< 'pays- handsome dividends-, and--pared in"your'S. .,*!.. .- ATTENTIONAll -

I ?0.0 ., You SOuSl l' 7l.,. I. ,. :leaves no regrets tObe's Dsequent-I Who"will'miss such an opportunity .. ,-: "
I. The Suwannee County Sing win l ly faced. *** .- parties interested in helping
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'Continued3m Frn ty .
be held,Sunday May 26, 1963. at Beginning college students need, us build .a ,shelter
M L the
/-by Powell ) over picnic
t: ; P .!' ,',Jasper Schools ? Mt Ksgah Baptist Church, 3 miles aoj ssatng jo saaiSap :nIaJa.tJIp 1 to be reminded 'of the fact that will actually take table at"-Prospect '

From the time we first assumed' very: little educational benefits .inporportion East' of McAlpin, Florida, beginn- new duties surroundings and responsibilities demand. which\' merely sojourning on a. college I it? advantageof meet Us there Saturday' church morning please

tbe-vPrincipalhip: of the Jasper I to the money spent. ing"at 11:00 a.m. A basket dinner new faces, duties Many'campus, or in a atmosphere [May 25th ,
High School ,,one; of our most per-' Sound business will be served at noon hour.A new new alignments for a period of four years, will automatically ---------
thinking and
men and inhibitions
new will be
au tentefforts has been result in an educated .
to :secure .t
more desirableazld.necessaIYphysi taxpayers- scrutinize: a bond. issueof cordial invitation. is extendedall met In bewildering success ionman l' or woman. There is much I
any nature or description very to attend.: causing you to wonder sometimes
-V value, however from STUMP
to be
-cal facilities for had
carefully This should'J be done by whether you win "make the grade'or 'daily association with BROS.
|tie) Jasper a gI'OUP.of
.It: Since this "flunk
everyone. pressing matter out" and return home
; or
e aspiring
and senior high youth, and with a facultyof
-c, ; about the buiJding'needs for'the elsewhere, in defeat and with shat- r
school pupils. JaspcK children there seems to be a returns in porportion to the money tered hopes. Such feelings constitute ,in men and_ women well trained in 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia
is stillour I spent. Local community-pride and respective fields of concen-
growing sentiment
in. sections of a part of a college course for f
4 primary objective the county for one. consolidated zeal has been,allowed to maintainthe every freshman. Make trated study and research. It still I.
but recent school: to serve all the high school status quo perhaps too long too statements to'' parents about how remains true, however, that real ; .
Discussions and to the, j t j education education that will! .
students in the county. Just how I long deteriment-of educational -I difficult the work required in the function
developments strong this 'sentiment is we very i ifrankly' advantages for the children i classroom is, in order to i with effectiveness-is
seem to suggests which is .made of sterner stuff'-that there I
do not know. However our primary concern. them for any eventuality (laughter
are not short
i new approachto several people have said and said ). cuts to educationand i
the realizationof We have said that we do notknow no royal road to learning.; :
freely, that they would not mind. Since you have chosen to continueyour ,
this objective. We have not at'1'supporting a bond issue that would bow strong the sentiment for educational it is You will find that getting ail.juji .
any time tried to enlist anyone's provide one consolidated high consolidation may be in,the county reasonable and logical program to cation out of college is entirely pos- i QUALITY FIRST :
There is suppose -
support for a school consolidation no legal provision. cal I 'sible but it
school that would serve all the that you are motivated by a' love requires the operation !
movement in this county and we high school pupils of the ling a refenmdum on this matter. of a number of factors-all !
county. learning by which is meant in totegrated : -
The Board 10f BULT; IN
are not trying to 'do this now. We Now let us hasten to say once again of Public Instruction : and purposefully directed\ OVEN AND

believe that the people,of this coun- consolidation was not our primary" has POWELL the exclusive,GAL TWOIJ PUNUP 1. A genuine hunger for constructive toward! the attainment of definite!r COOK TOP, Westinghouse.,. ...... .. ,1923fj, ;
ty have the intelligence to weigh I power to consoli-
objective but we objectives. Achievement inline ,
can certainly
see reading and arty :
study '
the importance of this matter and date the schools and they are elect-, ; FAN, 36-inch 4
the wisdom rf it and shall be most 2. A lively ofc ctivity requires a program .-
: curiosity about lath
to decide the issue tor themselves happy to discuss the many advantages -I ed by all the people; of theSome county*-and' principles and their application of purposing' planning and execu-j With Shutter . . !,. : . .' 7200

without any urging prompting that might accrue to people of them have expressed a to social relationships; ,tion. There has sprung up in some I ATTIC STAIRWAY, *' i .
from us. We feel that it is pretty and children of the county from I I willingness to go along with consoli i 3. a desire to master assignmentsand circles a temporarily 180
satisfying j
well known throughout the county ,>rich a program of consolidation. (I,'the dation if that i ,what a majority of II test your mental fitness ,to and comforting illusion and educa- AtlasWINDOW . . . .*:.. . .
that there is a very definite need Front a purely personal and selfish i people want but they have no meet and solve problems. i tion falls on a college campus BURGLAR '"
for point of view we might well not 'I[binding or legal manner of dete r- The above ;some what
a new high school plant to constitute sample of, after the I 5.90
accommodate manner of
the children who attend interested in consolidation at bemmmg. '{;i;i if there be such a majority criteria that will test your mental gentle rain, or manna. Relying on GUARDS . :. C. . ,. _

the Jasper Junior and Senior High We are not seeking 'in favor of consolidation. There I ability to survive the daily and such a fallacy and coming later DOOR, MAHOGANY .
School. It has been fairly well established additional responsibilities asking: but if !u I is one specific way of getting this I II I weekly rounds of college life. to find its futility is what makes 2-0 x 6-8 . . . . ... 4.75
that the only way to finance that is what the people want and matter squarely before the peopleso :r Regardless of your family background :for educational disillusionment and '

this building program is bypassing desire we ,would do the very< best I I that members of the Board of I f financial status, and political its,concomitant trait of cynicism. SCREEN DOOR 'r nn

a bond issue that would we could to 'meet these increased Public Instruction may know exact and social prestige of parents !! Finally, tq all prospective high ) 2-8x6-8 . . .,. ... . .' . .
have to be voted upon by all the responsibilities that consolidation ly how the people feel on ,this mat- ,,and friends if you do not have adequate school graduates of '63, we extend WINDOW '
ter. In order to initiate bond personal facilities and heal : SCREEN Aluminum
I a issue a
would bring. I congratulations in
We would advance with ,
qualified free holders in the not want to -
In order to getcounty wide county become personally involved in a 'the 25% of the qualified electors of thy desire for learning, you will i the sincere,hope that i 2-8 x 4-6 .... . r. . A5b
sup- I county must sign a petition stat find an academic climate most too[will in "prospects"I ..
consolidation due I
of controversy but come % AD
port a bond issue to build and our ltn the PLYWOOD :7
I purpose and amount of the challenging and stimulating for
equip a new plant in one school professional: integrity would demand -;: proposed bond issue. After your desired comfort. On the }jitieSi":: Regardless of what you may SHEET .. : : :: 6.90
community there would of necessity that we try to show the advantages i j being contrary -|decide "to do next after gradua-J .. :; . .
&: expediency have to be some of a larger schooL Our properly and duly signed by the a genuine love of learning-.tion" you will have every good!I !4" AD PLYWOOD '- -
overtures made to the other school professional training, experience !I required number of qualified electors a desire to know things-will provide I,wish from parents and friends fori :
communities in the 'county. It is and personal connections with consolidated -i. the petition is presented to the an attitude that will be helpful your continued success and hanpi-' i SHEET .' .'. . . . . 2.35

a little too much to expect that a schools place us in a posi i i Board of Public Instruction which in overcoming handicaps occasioned ;ness on your departure from{ high I PREFINISHED PLYWOOD )
tion I in turn must call for the bond by lack of early training school. It is 5.10
school to be able to advise and I not expected that
will have coun-j ; i
community much
sel about I election stating the same I and preparation for the duties and member of every MAHOGANY . . . .
interest in passing a bond issue these matters. We would purpose j your class, will decideon
from which it' will derive not seek to impose our thinking as listed in the original petition. It .I activities on the college level. a college career. This is neither | BIRCH .:;J.T............. . ; .'. . . 7.bOViT ,
I I There is
substitute for love
has been clear' no a
little If any benefit It can upon anyone. After having given j decided to make a, desirable nor advisable. On the SHEETROCK'
be reasonably estimated that the very best professional advice of .cut issue of this matter-A petition !'I lof learning and its companion, directed contrary, there is as ,equally good | /A4x8
.which f will be circulated asking the Board study.It r treason why some of your number SHEET . . . . .
to build and equip a high school we are, capable' concerning is a well-known tact that I
building sufficiently large enoughto the Advantages, disadvantages and j of Public Instruction to call a bond high school students come to many college should continue their education on OAK FLOORING NO. 1 COM -, orr nn

care for all the high school chil- problems connected, with a consoli-II election 400000.00 in the for amount the not to exceed with poor study habits. They I personal higher levels.choice In is either not always situation, a !' Per M . ., . . .,. . .
dren of Hamilton county would be 'dated program we would have met specific purpose have not acquired the techniques sible. pos
approximately $350,000.00. If the our professional responsibility. It. of building and equipping; a I of "how, to study" to best adv an-f I FELT I 15 Ib.

other school communities of the 'would be strictly up to the people to i j,Hamilton County Consolidated HighSchool I tage. This operates as a very def- A few closing words: to those who Per Roll .,. ....... . . . 'ikKEYINKNOB
county were to insist upon an approximate decide the issue. Let us say here I on the present Jasper Ele mite hindrance in meeting the as'have chosen to enter college: Four

amount be spent in their that the Jasper community stands )mentary School site. If such a program -i signments of your daily and weekly I glorious and thrilling years on a ., A OK
communities before supporting a ,just as much in' need of is successfully carried and schedule. ;college campus! What .a privilege! LOCKS : : :. . .,. . .
bond issue then the county would 1 t ion as do the other consolida-I activated the children of every [ The activity of prolonged and II What an opportunity! A chance LIGHT BULBS ,
have to float bonds in excess of :nities of tne county. We are hi school community in the county 'concentrated study is of supreme :I realize coveted ideals! A 20 i
$1,000,000 in order to do( the job. :the same boat as far as meeting the I will ultimately benefit from the importance on the modern college I where dreams may come true! to// Ea .. . . .,. . . . .
This would be beyond the bonding ::needs of the children are concerned bond issue. Such 'a plan will bring campus. You will find that the I I place where the bonds of ALUMINUM AWNING WINDOW '
capacity of the county and even if .None of the school can adequatelymeet I this matter into clear focus and term "study" has nine acceptable I are fashioned that will extend 15 95
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it were not would result in exceedIngly the needs across the ,
of the children as will give the people an opportunity I meanings. As used here, it means ] expanding years! To
heavy 'bonded indebtednessand we now'operate. The children are to speak for themselves at the pollson "the application of the mental p ro-I'you college doors this coming Fall
taxation and would result i in not getting justifiable educational 1 this important question' I cesses to book learning "to apply;!will swing wide open and: bid! you See Us For All Your Building Needs

-- -__ I one's mind to the acquisition of a most cordial welcme to the in-
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.l "t ,PREDESTINATION*' -' 'I'IDo \"Ji dgeWarns of ,4 t court-a period otseventyyeas--- ;.. ::-.I'"t, ; '

the scope( ipf, that amendment 'was tElje} STasiper e1t11) l _

J passed on by forty three judges. Of .. .- 1-
Domination .
find (
this By
you subject taughtin be made alive. Then if there is a
all these who *
judges, only onev may Published Every Friday
your Bible 1If you have not yet place called Heaven, that will be called eccentric UibBti : \i'-
be an
found it,- and. you wish to find jt,, populated by other creatures of 1,Supreme Court ;respectfully exception, ever indicated the belief $ Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida _,'
you::may be reading the fii.stter chap? God it will be because they have Amendment '
f that the Fourteenth -) Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
:of the book of Ephesians ,and I I been made alive in Christ; born A Circuit Judge of :JFJlorida: said BRYANT BOATS I .,.I

by taking special notice of the 5thi[t again; born of the Holy Spirit;I I today people of the United States the first was eight a shorthand amendments summary thereto-of't Miss Carol Elaine Boals andi $3.00() in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County :

and ,nth verses. You may find it quickened out of nature's darkness t must decide now whether they fore limiting only the Federal gov-l i i Kenneth Clyde Bryant exchanged Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum .J
again by reading the 8th chapter of (death) in to the marvelous light of are to live under an all-powerful in',' Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
ernsaent, and that due process in- wedding vows at 8 p.m. Friday
-Romans giving attention to the Christ. In Him (Christ) life II central government dominated bya
was ; I the |
amendmentsas Park Baptist Church
corporated those eight Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
} 29th & 30 th verses. and the life was the light of men. Supreme Court of nine men or.
restrictions the powers of Rev. O. E Boals of Gainesville, the i
You will not find the word!; "pre Jn./1:4. I "take necessary action to restore
the bride's father performed the
states. cere-
destination", in 'your Bible, altho the system of dual sovereignty under .1
you will;find the wprd "Predistinated'Hbi ,> God "having predestinated us which this country grew to The Frankfurter opinion also mony. '"WHOSOEVER WILL"When
t i(those made 'alive) unto the adoption noted that among the 43 judges he Parents of the bride are Rev. and::
f Too cajifmdjfjthe greatness.
Ephesiajte wonT predestinate, you 3to"r,i:, of children by Jesus Christ to Judge Hugh Taylor of the Second cited as having ruled on the Fuor- :Mrs. Boals, and the bridegroom its' we:take these two words](With what they have either been. 4I

Romans, if will read in the himself, according to the 'good Judicial Circuit of Tallahassee said teenth Amendment in 70 years the sonrbf Mr. and :Mrs. J. W.. and trace their
you .pleasure of his will ,to the praise meaning according -i)j I taught or choose to believe. This* /
King James version. ,Some of the I there could be little doubt that were the greatest in history of the Bryant, I lj '
of the glory of His grace wherein to Webster, we learn that coupled type of study Win only lead to cant -
other translations have changedthe present personnel of the U. S. court, and "included those whose Mrs. Myra White and Mrs. Mar-- '
he hath made accepted in the any'|fusion. Jesus for. to
us Says us layaside
together they simply mean (
form of the wording, but they Suprere Court is "in effect amend-. services in the cause of human garet Wilson of Jacksonville served
beloved. In whom we have redemp I I all who chose all filthiness and superfliuity'of
or' ) as they pertain
can not change the truth of the ing the constitution to give it mean ; rights and the spirit of freedom are as organist and soloist respectively (
tion his blood the naughtiness and receive with.
through forgive-
i to ,the scriptural they helps
word. nes of sins according to the richesof :ling never before ascribed to it." i iI the most conspicious in history. Given in marriage by her uncle to understand useage that the promise'. aside all filthiness and superfluity
He recalled that few But the philosophy apparent in N. J. Keen Jr. the bride selectedher
of until
The cause so much controversyand a
His grace. Eph. 1:5-7. I of eternal life in that heavenly is able to save our souls. James
misunderstanding of the sub- years ago, "every child in public more recent decisions of the Supreme sister Mrs. Lydia Springs, as -
Man all God
does the shining and 1:21.Peter give diligence to
I abode is made to each and says
ject of predestination is, that people does all the school was taught that the federal Court, according to Judge her matron of honor. Bridesmaids ', every
saving. individaul who through faith chooes make our calling and election sure
have made up their own minds government was a government of Taylor was expressed in the min were Miss Judy' Bryant sister of |
f "In whom also have obtained to obey God. Quist sal din Revela- IIPeter.1:10.
about it. that is contrary to what we. delegated powers exercising only ority opinion o fthat case written by the bridegroom; Miss Harriette ,
an inheritance ,bei predestinated I tion 22:17 And the spirit and the Paul affirms that the is
the Bible teaches in their own con those functions of government II I[I Justice Hugo Black. Jtolfe. :Miss Lynn Sexton and :Miss gospel
t according to the of him bride come, let him that is of God salvation
purpose the unto
cepts and are no willing to take as which were granted it by the constitution -; "Justice Black" he continued Martha Sue :McMullen. Miss Dena say power un-
i who worketh all things after the athirst come, and whosoever will, to ALL them that obey him, Rom.
truth exactly what the Bible says, I and that all powers net i "saw fit to select from all the Jeff coat, cousin of the bride served '
councel of his own will Eph. 1:11. 'i let him take of the water cf life free chosen few
i 1:16. Notice, not to a
the Word of Truth. granted to the national '
rightly dividing government persons who spoke and wrote about as flower girL -
But if the subject of predestinationis I. "For whom he did foreknow, he was retained by the states or the I\ the Fourteenth Amendment a few Vernon Branson acted as best ly.To before the foundation of the 'world
also did predestinate to be conformed this truth notice what Peter but unto all them, or as many as
ever mentioned they start quot- people. I i whose views he elected to endorse.
and ushers included Claude
; to the image of his Son that he man;
has choose to Him This obedi-
to concerning God's desire obey
ing some isolated, minority groups A large number of decisions I i H said among these the Supreme the bride's brother-in-law say
ren Springs,
might be the first born among { for the salvation of souls in IE Pet. ence is begun by faith, and is cli-
that claim to believe this that and dered by the high tribunal over the I 1 I Court justice creditd a "Mr.*ShankUn" James'Bryant brother of the ,bridegroom ;
Moreover whom he
other, which is not in keeping with many that amendment 3:9 "The Lord is not slack concerning maxed in baptism by immersion in
did predestinate, them, he also call- years have brought about changesin with asserting Richard Otto, Donald Boals sins.
his promise as some men count water for the remission of our
the truth, instead of really tryingto this original concept, he said,I strikes "down the reserved rightsof brother of the bride Jerry White ;
ed and whom he called: them he] ; the wordof
; No handle aright
slackness but is one can
longsuffering to us
teach the real truth of the although initially the court's rul- the states, declared by the fra- and Buck Miller Bobby Watson'was ,
t also justified: and whom he justified who God and teach anything different -
| are willing should
matter. The Apostle Peter spoke fthe Constitution to belong any
ings were regarded by lawyersand mers o ring bearer.
about such fellows in Second them he also glorified. What perish but that all should come torepentence" to this. Notice these scriptures
Peter to the states and
shall to these things? If God historians as reliable guides exclusively necessary The bride's of white satin faith it's
11:6 Without
we say i gown The apostle Pawls Hebrews : ;
3:16, when he said: "in which are for of the
be for us, who can be against us? to the meaning of the federal con- protection property trimmed in Alencon lace featured writings also and harmonizeas impossible to please him and his
some thing hard to be understood and liberty of the people. The agree
Rom. 8:29-3L stitution. "In recent years especially a bouffant skirt, fitted bodice witha all word produces this faith when
inspired writings do. Paul
which they that are unlearned and first section of this amendment .
literally scores of earlier deci-
unstable wrest (twist) as they do Have you ever been, or do you sions have been repudiated and is to strike down those state scooped neckline and sleeves, ,says in affect to the young evange- preached Romans 10:17; so where
also the other scriptures unto their i ever expect to be adopted into the en- rights and invest all in tapering to Calla lily'points' over list Timothy in 1 Tim 2:1-4 to exhort the word has not been taken there-
own destruction. family of God? If so it will be be-: tirely new meanings have been power veil of 'white illusion was attachedto that prayers be made to the can be no faith and where there is

Some would like to convince all cause God predestinated it to be so ascribed to"many sections of the general government. a crown of seed pearls, and she ,effect that peace might reign and no faith, there is no salvation. Next

they can, that the great Bible doc- Have you ever ,or do you ever expect -I constitution. "Since that time a majority cf carried a cascade bouquet of white Christians may have a quiet and God wants all men to come to repentance -
trines of God's foreknowledge, ': to obtain an inheritance with I I Each of these recent decisions, he the court has one more than one roses. peaceable life here on earth, be- HPet 3:9: Acts 17:30, Lk.

destination, election justification pre-, Chirst and his own? If you have, or I I says has one thing in common- occasion adopted the conclusion of.:'<: The matron of honor wore a i cause this is good and acceptablein 13:3, then to confess Christ before-

redemption calling, choice, and ever do, it wil be because of God's "it has asserted in the federal government the minority in the Adamson case, street length: gown of lavender silk :j the sight of God who would have men as His son, John 8:24. Phil.

glorification are to be passed by i predestination. Do you think you and particularly_ leg- "he said. organza over taffeta and a match- all men to be saved and come to 2:9-11: Mat. 10:32, Romans 10.9-10,
and overlooked or to be twisted or will ever be compeltely conformedto I islative and judicial branches of The controversy in' this instanceis ing nose veil. She carried a nosegay a knowledge of the truth. Comingto and be baptized into Christ for the-

perverted until God will be left out I the image of the Son of God. If that government broader powers; ,, in the language of the Amend- bouquet of varying shades of laven-1 a knowledge of the truth is that removal .of sins, then God adds-

of the limelight, and man will be this ever comes to past ,it will be powers which previous decisions of ment, which reads, in part: "Nor der stock. The bridesmaids and which will effeect one's eternal those who so do to the Church, Acts
exalted as an outstanding : because God predestinated that .the Supreme Court held the federal shall any state deprive any person)1I I flower girl wore dresses identical ,salvation.. Christ said' in John 8:31- ''2:47: GaL 3:27,1 Pet. 3:21, Roman

And too; the sad part is that power some i I I conformation. government did not possess.- I of life liberty ,or property without i to that of the maid of matron of ,;32 "If ye continue in my words I I 6:3-6: Acts 2:38, MJc. 16:16, Mat.

people will fall for and believe most I i The great flowing river of humanity Judge Taylor further .contends! due process of law." honor in lighter shades of lavender then are ye my disciples indeed, 28:18-20, Col. 1:13-14, I Cor. 12:13.

any man's doctrine: while othersare in this old sinful world is ever that such broadening, of federal Judge Taylor says this language ,, The flower girl carried a basket :;and ye shall know the truth and the Respectfully submitted by

strong enough to study out the going downward to sea of doom. jurisdiction has resulted in corresponding is obviously drawn from the Fifth I of rose petals truth shall ''make you free." In Kenneth E. Thomas evangel

_ truth as it is taught in the Word, Man hi nature of his own will, de-j ; restriction upon powers of, Amendment, which provides: no The couple left on a trip to the' :;Hebrews 5:9: the writer says he 1st, Oak Grove Church of t
and believe what the word of God sires, lusts and eta: is ever headedfor state. And in a caustic appraisal of person shall be deprived of life j rttthe-n part of the state after the (Christ) is the author of eternal Christ
current trends ,he declares views of liberty or property 'without due reception In the church reception salvation
says ;which is God's doctrine.I' that sea. The only thing that : unto all them that obey
not only wish to show you the will ever change the downward j I the present court. membership on process of Jaw:" The word state is 'hall. They will reside at 5220 New j him. Or as Christ put it as many as
Bill Introduced To
fallacy of the doctrine of men and course and bring even one out of subjects of federal versus state not used in this amendment. j Kings Road.
devils, but I would like to show you I I I,that catastrophic dilemafi will be jurisdiction are so different from "But even the present court, "the j The bridegroom is the grandson (one is left in the world today without -
the truth of God, concerning! the sub':allwise, almighty God. I that of their predecessors that the judge said, "agrees that originallythe of H. C. Rhoden! and the late Julius the hope of eternal life who Raise Pay Of CourtHouse

:ject of predestination. I J[I I know some people say they do I two groups represent entirely different -I first eight amendments were B. Bryant. He was born,in Hamil- concepts of the natureof limitations only the federal: ton county and lived there until he the'' Clerks
God has never predestinated any ,not believe in predestination, very upon : t the; proceeding verses disprove
event has ever happened or ever I nevertheless their unbelief does not our government." government. Roughly they was 6 year of age. ,doctrine: of particular election c.r': !i

will happen. God has never predestinated remove its teaching and truth from That changing concept is exemp- ed these rights of the protect-I predestination.; Predestination is j i -from the Times-Union-
any act of any of his crea- the Holy Bible. I do not believe lified he believes in the Adamsonvs. gainst federal invasion. :clearly taught in the word of God, j Rep. J. W. McAlpin introduced

tion. God has never and will never, I what-some of the unlearned and unstable California case. It- turned on In general they include among I "'0.- s3peer; 1 but not with reference to the eternal j legislation to permit the Hamilton
predestinate that any of his creation seem to think and claim to the quesetion of whether not the other thin sfreedom_ of religion I state of man apart from anything f County Commission to pay clerksin
spent eternity in hell. If thereis J:believe about what is and whom Fourteenth Amendment to the Con speech, press and assembly; the. LOCAL8IORI_ !
a heD that will be populated with :are predestinated. But I do believe siitution had the effect of making right to bear arms; freedom from I c do. God has predestined that onlythrough clerk of circuit court tax assessor

the creatures of God in eternity, it 'and you should too what the Bible the first eight amendments applicable double jeopardy, the right to public -*"" t Jesus Christ we may be 1 and tax collector up to $150 a

will be because those creatures fell teaches. It means exactly what it to the states and subject to trial and trial by jury and freedom ient of quoting from political utterances J saved Jn. 14:16, but he has given month. _

or died in Adam in the transgression says. It is God's Word, and does not enforcement by federal courts" he fromexcessive bail or cruel punish I of past age he concludes all equal opportunity to accept and Under present law, the board is

of Gods law given to man in the need adding to, nor taking from; said.He ment. "(,M completely} change the meanIng Garden of Eden. "For as in Adam neither does its truths need explain said the court majority followed Judge: Taylor said he believes of the Constitution in one resPect 1 keep in mind also that God Is no ach $100 a month.

all die. even so in Christ shall aO Elder Leroy M. DeVane, pastor well established precedent in ruling that when the court now says he r from that placed upon it by ithrse respector of persons, Acts 10:32 but All elected officials of the county
ing away, they should be believed.J! Bethel Primitive Baptist Church that it did not have that effect. process clause of the Fourteenth I j sticks; who were familar i In every nation he that feareth him I except the sheriff and the school

_, And from the majority opinions, he Amendment embraces all of the) with the circumstances under' i and worketh righteousness is accepted superintendent operate on the fee
.;" J' '" quoted Justice Felix Frankfurter as first eight amendments it neces-1' which it was adopted ,and whose ,of him. system. Most of them do not earn

saying: sarily gives that clause a vastly' views were accepted for more Too often many study the Bible enough fees to pay the constitutional -
I. Notice of Public
HearingOn "Between the incorporation of the broader meaning than was intended than half a century, there is no I t\with the minds already made up as 1 J. limit of $7,500 for their own sal-

\ fourteenth Amendment into the by the same language when ( limitation upon the extent to which: what the?believe about a certain I I aries, McAlpin said. Some of the

City BudgetNotice Constitution and the beginning of used in: the Fifth Amendment. his power may be exercised in t thing: and then wrestle the scriptures clerks who work full time receive

the present membership of the "If the court by simple exped- he future." : trying to make them agree) only the county supplement.

_ is hereby given that the City of Jasper, .- --

Florida, will hold a Public Hearing on its proposed "''!It

1963-64 Budget on Monday Night June 3,, 1963, at .:

7 30 p.m. in the City Hall Building, for the purpose "

of/giving any interested persons an opportunity to

I. be thereof.heard for or against R.CITY the H estimate.FISK MANAGER, of any, ,. item x r 1

tr INSECT For The City CONTROL.Co.uncilELECTRONIC ;_ ." .. j.I II I. i5.'M, C .p QuatiNEWS %4d r ',,-:!, I

Franchise Available. In Hamilton V-S County.

for residential, industrial, and agricultural uses. A'proven, nation- ,.

ally known product with local installations. Qualified applicantswill 1

be flown to see existing installations and win be trained by rM 4I

factory personnel Age or past experience; fartor.'Car and pre-

virus sales work helpful. For full information and details y write, iL V R O ':

wire or phone EDWARD MILLER & SOrC'l&C.' '"''.,t.>. Drawer .

I.i 837. Stuart-MYRTLE'S I, Florida.wish Phone to 287-4133.thank.FLO'W"1.ftS,.-.- ,, "ii ,: fps-ltc I : ;i L .Vi !' : -

"- all my customers for their past orders for funeral I M/f/ I I I _

flowers, however beginning May 15, 1963 WILL t //4h\\L _


their trucks reliable.Tekpfane
When in need of GIFTS or FLOWERS for other : 11,11j111111TL11111 sure are .

occasions, please visit ,or call my shop. We will

specialize' in wedding rk. hospital! arrangem ts,

and corsages. At all times weh: eve on baBe permanent ,f Att your Chevrolet dealer far any type of truck.
f = L .
flowers '
.,' potted plants and green plants.Be ) '

sure and call 792-3421 V .. -'
when ;we can be of .
service to you. W.G.D. CHEVROLET CO INCL.

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y 24. 1963. .. .. .../':;: THE JASPER NEWS.,. JASPER. FLORIDA PAGE SEVENBurnham

: < 'n ') S.OmarBarker lastlweelewith' trehildren7'l\rr"l: Interstate To Jax i Hospital News -ENGAGEMENTS
I : Jennings I -I I
NenTrf-- H "- ., .. .. I and Mrs;-Cottrell-Sullivan and :Mr.-: .

By 'LOIS .IPPEREU: -'_ .MiV'and-.Mr}. Walter Boone of :and Mrs: .JTE, Williams "and'chQaren -i Senior Chatter To Open'May30w'\ "' I BEMBRY KELLY
l; :: : : ; i ." -
.. v4 ,
iBarbervffl/were ,
relativesTo ; ;
visiting : r .
HOWDY.. STRANGER, '.; : I ; ;, '
see ourselves ,ay" ?-,others do, ", in Hamilton,County last week.I :! The Christian Women's Fellow-- by' Serious Us Roadfn' mb fat < :Ii
? *".. S ers announced the State Road Department ,
fear would sc surprise us' ship of Bornham Christian Church "The Trials of a Senior" was the I

"Thaf if we could, we simply would Mr. 'and Mrs: Winston Williams met with Mrs,Melvin Selph Friday, title of an .essay which we had to will open 27 miles of Interstate .
Refuse uaj: spent several days in JacksonvilleCLASSIFIED with Route 10 in Baker and Columbia -I
to 17 3:00
May at p.m. Mrs. Wallace write yes, we have many trials
t Selph presiding. An interest- We feel that we are being tried in I. Counties Memorial Day, com I PATIENTS Df HOSPITAL
pleting the 65-mile superhighwaybetween
ADS ing program on "Disciples on the court because we. have so much to THURSDAY:
Lake and Jacksonville
Rim of Asia," was led by Mrs. do before that fatal day-gradua- I City I Herman Fletcher
The first of
I Ralph Cunningham. At the conclusion tion i I segment I I Huey Falaney
Germ. How to REPAIRS We repair all types 10-from Jacksonville 38 miles I
ATHLETE'S FOOT of the program Mrs. TefordI Howard Young .
Kill it in 3 days-If not pleased TV and radios also small appliances ,I Sullivan took charge of the worship Rodger came to very school with anew westward to Sanderson-was com Robert Marchand 'i--
'hair do" It is becomingto
with strong, instant-drying T4L, Mannings Radio Service service with the theme ""Mission,I pleted last May. Russell Rhoden ,
him but he forgot to roll it
your 48c back at any drug store. Jasper. SY 24421. tfc. ,I Begins with Personal Faith." C."verr'r Fnr"* Bryant will lead Randall FrierE.

Watch infected sKin slough off. See After this delicious refreshments I up last night. I n\ rxjtorcade of county, state and I W Rozier ."

healthy skin replace it. Itch and FURNISHED APARTMENT For I were _served by the hostess. I Jerry is really getting generous national officals from-Sanderson in... Mrs. Ruby WilliamsMrs.

burning are gone. Today at Wise's rent upstairs. Call 792-6331 Robert here on the eve of graduation. He Baker County to Lake City for a j. Essie Sweat

Drug Store and Kayo's Drug Store. Ehlert, Reg. Real Estate Broker j Mr. and Mrs. Worlie Mathis of has been very busy heading all of I 10:30 dedication ceremony. I, Ben BohannoAEliza .

Jasper. M31c tic Jacksonville!' spent the weekend the activities which we. have planned The offical party will meet at the I j Townsend"; (coL)

with Mrs. Mary Mathis and Clif ]1 intersection of Interstate 10 and U. j I .
DOUSE SALE in Jasper: 31 the I i land S. 90 Sanderson for brief .
FOR -Best of condition. Priced ford. Brenda always getsai; bumps near a Alberta Scott"((:01.: ) W. { : '.. '
I : 1
bedrooms, near downtown, $7500 I hurts/ At the Senior Party up ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9:30. ,,
i to stll. Mannings Radio Service Yvonne WUey (col.)- 4
Let us show this one, only one almost broke I The motorcade will then travel z .., ,
you I I Ia-per. Phone SY 2441 tfc. J! Mr. and: Mrs. Teford Sullivan and at Twin Lakes she Queen E. Daniels,{coL) :" '
of several listed with Robert Ehlert I it is toe. f the multi-laned freewayto
children spent Sunday in Suwannee her neck. Now a over new Thomas Hooker (col.) .

SY2-6331, or with W. L. Bryan, SY2- :FOOD USED TV-Installed for County with their brother and sis We really enjoyed fhe Senior Lake City. PATIENTS DISCHARGED ;",'

2985, Registered Real Estate Brokers $100 and up. Mannings Radio I ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cor- Party which was given by the I The 65-mile segment of Route 10 SIXCE LAST WEEK:

tfc. Service, SY :2-4421 Jasper tfc bett Sullivan. Butler and Kinseys last Friday. between Lake City and Jacksonvilleis. Bertha Sowell\ (coL) Mr. and Mrs William Bryan
Kelley of Nashville, Tennessee an-
i !
the second largest completed portion Mrs. Ethel .
has Satuhar9ob with the ,
Edna a'
I FOR RE "T3 beedroom house i Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and nouce the engagement of their
FARMERSMONEY of Interstate in Flori
I t''unfurnished 2 miles south of Jas : children had dinner Sunday with First National Bank in Live Oak.j I da. The smile highway portion of Inter- Mrs.Charlie Thera Dorman Goolsby ..,.i.. daughter. Ada Rebecca to Elwyn

for your farm opera- per. Cal 792-5021 Itp Mr. and r rrs. Frank Hammock in Congratulations to you. I II state Route 4 linking Tampa and C. B. Edward Wilkey. _;_ LaVelle Bembry of Nashville.The .
Pinetta. j We have a new songbird in the wedding will take place August
tions at reasonable cost. Termsto
II' Orlando is the longest.
Helen (col.)
EXTRA GOOD 7 room house on I class who Eddie.Linda Washington 31 in the
of First
guess Chapel
fit your needs. Loans up to II j Interstate 10 will extend from I Sarah Curry (col.) Baptist
Central Avenue for sale. 2 baths Hubert Burnett has been confined and her committee are Church of Nashville.
7 Can North Florida I I
years. Jacksonville 367 miles westward
water softner water heater carport i to Pineview Hospital in Valdosta, planning Class night. Put the date Mrs. Quincy RegisterJ. q .. .
duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio pro-I I I past Lake City Tallahassee and D. Cox The bride-elect was graduated
many other extras. Call W.j for the past several days. We hope :in book I
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 L. 792-2985 Robert Ehlert I your MaY'I I Pensacola to Alabama state line C. A. Avriett from East Nashvfle High School
Bryan, or
792-6331 Registered Real Estate:Mr. Burnett will soon. .be well. 1 The gang had a wonderful time at I when completed in Florida. When Gail Hayes and is a student at George Peabody
I I Ruth's party. nationality, the limited-access, four Eveelyn Newsome (coL) : College. She is a granddaughter of
FOR SALE Good Modern Home Brokers. tfc I I I Mrs.:'- Minnie. Waters returned Ruth has a new hair do. J i laned superhighway extend Arthur Loewe .,,' Mr. and Mrs. C. C., Cole of Buena
and 2 acres on paved road near j home from Jacksonville over the i Vista, Tenn. and W. J. Kelly and
NEEDED Ben is really' stepping out these'I from Jacksonville to Los Angeles. Gracie Turner (coL) _
Jasper. Deep well screened porch.J2500 weekend where she spent last week ;
the late Mrs. Kelly of White House
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin I days. He just cannot decide. He Don Wimmer 'i'
down, See W. L. Bryan SY2- j visiting her children, Mr: and Mrs. I .
took test last Saturday. Just waiting :Mrs. Hattie Dawes
Live Oak. Florida for all a
Parole ,
2985 or Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331, ; Monroe WaterS' and Mr. and Mrs. I'I 2'County f "'-
I for that trip. Mrs. Lucinda Green Mr. Bembry graduated from Jasper
Reg. Real Estate Et>kers. tic I I I musical needs from organs and Dick Dosttiie. Mirand Mrs. Mon-
IJ I i I Joyce is trying to change her John Ponds High School and the Citadel in
J I pianos to records and record plyrs. roe Waters accompanied her home. j Officer Has 82 a
FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne I!, tfc !i color-results of the bleach. Ann Walls Charleston S. C where he receiveda

River at Suwannee Springs. Rea I I Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver spent ., Mike had fun at the party Saturday Under SupervisionThe Mrs. Agnes HartCARDS B. S. Degree In Civil EngineeringHe

sonable.: Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real ''USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR I Sunday in Valdosta with Mr. and night. served three years in the U. S.

Estate Broker, 792-6331 tic 'I I Sale. Good condition. $40. and Mrs. Maurice Lindauer. i What will be going on- in two Florida Probation and Parole Army and at present is employedby

I I I $50., Mannlnff Radio Repair. t .. aaa j weeks we will be on our trip. I.I Commission has issued little book t Vanderbilt University office oC
PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect I I I tic missed Wednesday I I. a Planning and Contraction.
I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Adams and Wayne we you labelled *'22nd Annual Report"which fI'

Preserve Beautify Valuable!I baby spent Sunday afternoon with I Jackie is trying to make up his contains some useful infor- -OFTHAIIKS- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Photos, Documents. Sealed in plastic HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, In I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corbett Mathis 'mind. I Ii i mation, as well as interesting. It Edgar Bembry of Rt. 3, Jasper.

; Wallet size 25c each, larger good location near hospital. suit and baby. j Betty enjoyed the party Friday shows
that A. Holmes of Live
size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for able for two apartments. 7000. I '; night-mum is the word. Perry o PARTY HONORING
Oak is in of the commis-
mail orders. Call W. L. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith and 1 in charge
Bryan SY2-2983. or Lynette will try for a job I sions business in Suwannee and ADULT GRADUATESThe
dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331, Reg. Real daughter, Cora Ruth, visited :Mr. Live Oak. .

West Howard Street, Live Oak I I Estate Broker Other: propertyalso J and Mrs. Wallace Selph Sunday af-I' Syl is really working and he I'Hamilton unties, and has 82 customers I I. We wish to take this opportunity adult students of Jasper high

Florida Uci available. tic !I temoon. has several secretaries. Good! 'under his supervision at to thank all of you fine people*or School were guests at a party at

i. S. M. has a new secretary. I'I present considered a heavy load your most generous response to us Jasper Elementary School last

FREE LUBRICATION! Representatles Needed in this. Everyone has been proud of the Your date Saturday was cute. for one man. in our recent loss of everything by Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. M.

We will give a FREE Lube Job area for Stanley Home Products.No rain they have received for the last C. W. has a new name. It is a I In Suwannee county there are 33 fire. Words fail to express how L. Powell were present and he gave

with each oil change-for a experience needed. Can make several days. on probation and 10 on parole. In grateful we are to you. Your giftsof success. Besides the hostesses,

limited time only! $50 to $100 per week. Contact Mrs. > secret.Happy birthday Chuck. You Hamilton County are 22 probationers clothing, household furnishings, I who were Mrs. Jewel Gibbs and

.Firestone Tires Una Douberly, Route 1 Box 34,|I Rev. and Mrs. Ollie Farnam of really did celebrate. and 17 parolees.The money ,and sympathic actions were Mrs. Brock Allen. Mrs. Grace Ste-

.Delco Batteriesat Lake City or telephone 752-2650 i Jasper visited :Mrs. Wallace Deas Thanks to everyone for all of booklet shows that it costs very helpful to us. Again we say I phens was also present.

competitive prices! M24c S, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Deas has the good times. an average of $1,186.25 to keep a thank you and God Bless you. Those graduating are J. W. Kelly,

FRED TAYLOR'S I been on the sick list for the past Better begin packing, you might prisoner in a state penal institutionbut The Lewis Carter Family Edgar Peacock, Dean McDaniel
TEXACO STATION NOTICETO f several days. forget something. it costs only 138.54 to supervise Lake Park Ga. Diana Sermons, Linda Stamper,

Jasper Telephone 792.2903 ALL CONCERNED: .> -So Long!! the average prisoner when out aa Ruby Lleupo, Odessa Smith and

I wish to announce that I will not :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunninghamspent on parole or probation. Tedious hours during my recent Thera Morgan. i ,' !i .1 ..
FARMS WANTED -- IF YOU be, responsible for any debts contracted Sunday afternoon: in Pinetta Following this to its logical conclusion stay in the hospital were brightened -
.- would like to.sell your farm by anyone other than my- with;- 'Mr, and Mrs. Lon Shadrick GIRLS 4-H CLUB NEWSThe the booklet points out that immeasurably by the many

see us. We have calls for farmsevery self and my son, Jerry Strickland. and :'children. each parole officer saves the state cards, flowers and acts of kindness "Thanks" to each and
Senior High Girls 4-H meet- everyone
week. W. L. Bryan Reg. Raymond Perry (Pete) Strickland I $64,620 when he supervises his av- of friends and loved ones. We wishto May God bless each of
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY Herman Bradshaw visited Mr. ing was called to order by Lillian load of 66 you.
M31p erage customers. take this
opportunity to say Mr. and Mrs. M. T. "Pete" Miller
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 and Mrs. George Young Sr. Sunday Rfieey for the last meeting of the
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The Lord's ----- -- - - .
Field afternoon.Mr. year. Prayer was repeated -------------- .- -
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Georgia Plate Glass Co. Cleaning, J. W. Darby, Jasper I 1\iS. W. followed by the 4-H pledge.
.Store Fronts Call after 6 p.m. tic and Pete Blair of Jacksonville I|i A demonstration was given by UNTIL JUNE FIRST ONLYFREE

9 Mirrors Besllvered were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rebecca Dedge on "How to Use i i

.Tub Enclosures, Showers FOR SALE OR RENT Wonder II Billy Blair, and children of Jenningsover Carbon Paper and a Tracing Wheelin

215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285j I Bar. Also 4 houses renting for 80 the weekend. They also spent Sewing. There were 13 girls BARBECUE

VALDOSTA dollars per month 1.250.00 each. I some time with Mrs. Pete Blair's present.

I I Wonder Bar Jasper Fla M31p parents, Mr. and.. .Mrs. Otto Deas. [ The 4-H girls are going on a

HIDING HORSE Saddle and bridle',. --- ..... -- I swimming party at Twin Lakes on : wii
Public >I "7.wanted c RILL
For Sale. 2-year-old, gentle. Saturday, May 18. We have invit-
Call 7922207. :M31p for partttuneinterviewing assign-
ed the Jennings girls to go.

LOST-:somewhere in Hamilton Co. ments the vicinities Some evening of Jenningsand work. Reporter, Terry Bonnell With Each Major G. E. Appliance Purchased

between :May 6-10, Key Ring and 21-25 years, must have car.. Write -i' II .', .

several keys, brown leather strap Box 671,.*Princeton New Jersey: JENNINGSNEWs -. .J....,.. OR, A ,'

attached. Red plastic nameplatewith stating age, education, experience I ""t
woman's first name on it. telephone"number Itc i S ;
35.00 reward. If found please leave .: ._' d :EREE PICNIC TABLE

at the News Office.. ;Itp. WANT TO RENTgt- or 3 bed "Ability is of little account without !, by Ray Nell .JJurnett.-?: '
room house or apartment from opporunity. .
The 4-H clubs of Hamilton County -,
FOR RENT-2-bedroom furnished June.6 to'August 20,',Gene Reynoldsand It was Napoleon who made'this
or unfurnished apartment. 'Telephone farnily.. Telephone 792-6111, verY true and thought-provok I will have their fashion show tonight (If appliance. costs over $350))
is invited
'. S at 8:00.: .Everyone) .,
7926951. M31cNOTICE Jasper. _. Itc ing observation.i '
: .'' -*:...- to attend. I am sure you will enjoy
1 Ability can come of naturalgift :
Therewill be som singing'by I I .' 'r' -" .
or as the result of hard, prac fit. ;
and 4-Hers and other entertain 1f.l'h.-- 1.1n
tical study experience..Oii '"
Notice is hereby given that on the of June 1963. thejiour of portunity ip'Wize".o 1this: : ment.The -!: :t.

twelve o'clock at the.tourthotof in the of Hamilton School Pi-
noon se ,County State ability is largely of the indivi; Jennings High

Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described dual's making. and can, in most ano Recital.. was held last Saturday

land to pay the amount due'for 1962 taxes herein set opposite the same, cases be prepared for in ad night. The religious group, the

together with all costs of such sale and all advertising. vance. folk: tunes', graduation light clas- (

DESCRIPTION S. T. R.SE Acres OWNER Amt. People pften find themselves sics and dance and popular num-

% of NWtf and 10 in where their bers were featured. Refreshmentswere *
placed areas
acres on N side of served afterward. I II .**
NE% of SW% __.._1* 2N HE 50 Josephine Morris & abilities are seldom utilized and
Jennie A. Ray am _*83 often unrecognized. This lack of I Miss Linda Eason visited her m the 23 PICTURE
All lying N ft W ot etate. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eas-
t must be by j
Road N. C 12 IN ,12E1NH12E' 57 Lonnie Smith _18.5 opportunity I weekend. GENERAL ELECTRICAPPLIANCES
That part of N% ofNEU .. -:: >> -" the individual who, recognizing on this past j
lying W of State Road r'. i Mrs. Louis Armstrong and chil-
No. 4. .._.__ .,...*"U ''' 5: 5 55>. Lonnle"Smith .:---'::. 11.01 the nature of his ability will !, and Michael of Palatka ,
4 acre more or less ;.'.. .. ", Tids : I. make a determined effort to dren Wendy
described In 0. R. :' relocate where opportunity on [ visited Mr. and "trs._. Ctiarrie ,Bur- CEMERkL ELECTRIC"UlTRAVISION"
Book 35. 424 S IN 14E Thomas --
page Axnerson & wife 2.73 I nett and boys. l f*'
E% ot NEK leo his field does exist.
acres ._... .. ?4 IN HE 77 Francis Davis Heirs 21.34 Which reminds us your opportunity | :Mr. and Mrs. Blair and sons TV was l RC
'That portion of E% of Dale and Robert of Jacksonville
NEB;. as described in ;. to make use of the ; ram-no WUWKACDOK
0. R. Book 42. newest and finest laundry and i( visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy Blair h ,1l-powe.recl
page (9 24 2N 11E 2 Sylvester Curry 3.28 I children last weekend. Nsew
Lots ; and 4 ...._,.....,32 U'itllElot 12$. Josh AOscar Rayam 27.29 cleaning facilities in the area is and .M-6r.CIa.s-si. ;%$> $279
;| Miss Lanie Vaughn staying
lv% f Ga. Fractional ..... '- JASPER LAUNDRY and CLEA -
:U, ICthDlst. ( ., Mrs. Essie -fuHpowerr sr
Original NERS. Whether prefer self- :[with her grandmother. '
of Ix>wndes traflfformer' Refrigerafor
County Ga., except service pick-up:, i Hardy while her daddy is In Gainesville q Voi*;*;;
10 acres as describedin guaranteed complete hospital. I, t$9Idtl Isi
D. B. 4. ,
and 1% acres page. for ". '" satisfaction at JASPER LAUN- The Senior ,4-H girls went to Foment erE GLARE.

Church -., ,.,. JN 11E : 24 Josh A O Raayam- $oU, DRY and CLEANERS. t Twin Lakes Saturday. They hada JECTOR.cots glare,
Lot 1 of Block I, .0, wonderful time. fi[
.Stephen's Subdivision 3 2N 12E : Edith Mobley: I reflect;... Dark SaTl
: $1.ot'' \
Lota 2. *1 and 32 Sub.of Block < r I safety window removes at

IV lhen". -. 3 2N .12E Y. "'Francis-Strickland 1.C4 oJ for cleaning

1/3 recorded acre more in D.or B.less 29. 5-' 5 SCHULTZ- HILL MOBILE HOME. .woauio y/
page 315 and lot as MODEL M732-YMD
described in D. B. 39. f.'
page 42C .. 3 2N 12E % Silma Mobley et ala _10.J2 1 RANGES
Lot 9 of Block IS. / Discount City the South's LargestIS J" $289.4111 I
Bryan Annex _____ 31 2N 14E U J"oshRayam I.0 MOOCt n iMtrifclf PMVK
's% of SEA -23 IN UK 20 William Johns_ 10.12 UlKkOmojrwa
SE ofoSEM % -..---. _10, IN lIE 49. ; Fletcher Mary
: .' S ..LoU". ixie NOW IN VALDQSTAMOLE' $ fPLUS. <
w% of SE% of .SWU- of --- O..w inv M4M W.&

%NE of%S% of SEU S-%'1.. ',.IN_. 12ES ......,'_ .., S .Ed, peeSjg ..' .1.J4 HOMES ASLOW: AS : S .:<'- /# -.I

..of SE% of SWA _IS -IKNtt UKHE 60 Ottls.Gonsby L lI.n
of SW,4 of XWU 12 IS. 20 Snaolect. Iwo _______ 6-55 ., .
S% of Lot 2 of Block -- -} S 5j ",!55 $1:: DOWN Sales Tax, kw. fee. \ "
.- 11 23 15E Estelle OalTle/ r
A. combat % M2 CkisG'osiOpen DAYLIGHT M.UE" pcture.
Ivu .
I lot i point .__ __._.H_' J4II
where Jewttt Street
intersect the a. S. *
F. Xt/W and run Till 10
north 225 ft. W 225 ft. p.m.- !
E. 220 !t. S. 220 Ft. I J. OK BURCH CO.
That to point tart ef of Block beginning S 7 2S ICE H Robert Korean t.72 Sdraltz Hill Mobile\ Homes, Inc.

as recorded in O. RI|
Book 13. pace 249CaMweirs 1901 South Pattenon Call 242-4260 I
Survey C IN 14EDAXBKASW U Charlie Steve Smith I i JASPER Billy O. Butch SY23801Fricay.M .
and Wife 191.01aL -

:! Tax OoHector Ham&>ion 1- _
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