The Jasper news

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The Jasper news
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Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Jasper Fla
F.M. DeGraffenried
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May 31, 1963
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
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I Sc/ioo/j/ Consolidation

t Meeting Next Thur.In .

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preparation for the circulation of petitions lead-
.;; .. .. ". ""'. ""' ingito a consolidated hig h school for grades I 10, 1 11 and 1 12

: The True Measure ]I Ii in Hamilton County, a meeting has been called for Thursday -

Loan Granted Jo Plan; Newt i Of Maife AchievementMany I Auditorium night of next 8 week All, June 6, in the Jasper High School

at p.m. persons throughout the county

., attempts have been made: Tobacco Grade who wish to lend their support to the drive, are urged to

) 42 Unit with 'reladve')-fcsuccess to measure I be present.
Housingrfroject -; -**% 1 Loan Rates
) rnaa's? achiejpment in every de- Billy Hill, president of the planning STATE3IENT BY BILLY W. HILL

... d -, partment or:life. The standards[AnnouncedThe group for a new high school, '!PRESIDENT OF HIGH SCHOOL
J. ;::,u' -
has written short article about
s .. Congressman 'Don Fuqua announces!h Thursday in used wide in variation measuring whenexamined however show, the coming meeting in an adjoining'., On Thursday night, June 6, at

Washington, D.C., the loan of $8,400 from the B. S. Scheduled carefully. Some of these are purely 1963 will flue-cured take a tobacco big loan to- column and M. L. Powell's regular 8:00 p.m. in the Jasper High School I
program step I
Housing'Administration enable the Northwest while others ( article on page four also has auditorium therein be a meeting !
,) to Church of God subjective are justas ward properly recompensing farmers '
: reference to it. { held for the purpose of beginning ,
Regional equally! objective. Some are who produce top quality tobacco .
Housing Autnority to begin preliminary
ethical or.i.\pifl"tual in character.While according to Joe W. Mitchell 'I r Plans for the meeting are very .; a movement to provide better
'ning i its for 42 low-rent homes daily vacation Bible school high school educational 1 1I
on opportunities
(4j to
program new others make their appeal Vice Chairman of the Agricultural I I simple: T. H. Wall, principal of
in Jasper. Sixteen of the homes are scheduled to the Church of God will begin. primarily to physical senses. The I Stabilization and Conservation I Lowndes County High School will for the youth of Hamilton i

signed and built for elderly 3rd of June. Children ages wide standards employed in the County Committee. The new loan I I speak to the group and then peti-I County. Specifically, this meeting
I persons. through twelve will meet in the act of measuring"and the lack of I the tions will be passed out. to be signed will be the kick-off meeting to se.
'put a premium on grades
The planning funds will be made from 8:30mti1 1100. This I II I the of 25 .
uniformity in finding tend to indicate : of tobacco which are now in demand by those present and to be taken 1 j cure names percent of !
preliminary loan contract with the housing will be divided into three that a large number of factors -i by the market. j[home by those who wish to .help, the voters of Hamilton County on
1 This will be the first local-federal for j Beginners Primary, & are encountered in measuringman's !(so that they may get more signa-I a petition to the school board requesting -
$9 contract \ The 1963 rates reflect
Teachers: for Beginners } an average tures. i them to call a bond referendum
dwellings and is based on a locally approved be Mrs. J. B. Sapp, with Jackie achievement price-support level ,of 56.6 cents a I Ii I for a bond issue $400,000
from the housing authority. and Ella Ruth Deas serving j Most measurements, however, pound-an incrase of 1 percent oVer Because of the necessity for anew I for the purpose of building a Hamilton -
assistants. The primary have taken their departure from the support level for the 1962 crop..' school at Jasper right away ,
group County High School.
The Housing and Home Finance Agency be taught by Mrs. Wilmer Lang the same objectjve--that of the fin- As recommended by the National j 1 and shrinking enrollment at the. The
execution of the preliminary loan contract with the assisted by Cynthia Langford. al product achievement. Under Tobacco Industry Advisory Com other schools in the county. it was j I'I Jasper High building
Baker Hunter will teach the ideal conditions'' this would be the mittee, the Vice Chairman explained decided to solve both problems at, study committee has explored all
ing authority as required by law. This will not be ; but once by consolidating the three j!avenues of financing a building program -
orS. The theme for their ,school logical point oj departure, an the grade standards have been top 1
nual contributions contract, but a planning loan' : be .'A Christian Walk", Rej"actual practice It- very frequently revised to better describe and sep- grades into a Hamilton County!1, and, it appears that the only

meet that will, in all liklihood, lead to such a contr will be served at, the Droves to be ,inaccurate and misleading erate desirable ripe, cpen faced High School. || bond method issue.of financing This is through a I..
of of of each mornings ssio :The The end product of achievement J grainy tobacco from the less desirable The petitions, which must carrya I committee also
Upon completion preliminary planning accurate I I total of 1,000 signatures will feels that any new high school buil-
will of is not always an tobacco that is slick tigh- not
present a
11 rent housing, the local housing uthoritYy will work on the last Friday program night. basis from which to reckon true I t 1 faced and immature. Also price assure the building of a consolidated ding program should be for the entire

development program covering such details as site added feature to the program achievement One of the most im- I support for ripe, grain tobacco school, as thev only request the county. The burden of a bond
will be classes at night portant factors has been'left out of have been increased and price sup- school board: to call I an election of must be borne by taxpayersover
and estimated of thene year
plans development cost *
J : \ the adults and youth. Thees .the equation. ports on slick, .immature tobacco the freeholders, who will all have a the entire county. Due to
, This program must be approved by P.H.A., and will begin Tuesday June'' For the purpose of increasing the have been lowered. chance to vote, yes or no, on the these and many other factors, the

authorization by the HHFA Administrator at 7:45 p.m.. Instead of Monday i reliability in the process of meas-I To illustrate the effect of these bond issue. Also, the ballot will fords net results is the of decision the committee's to ef-
the basis, for an annual contributions contract of the graduation exer-|uremnt-to more nearlyapproxi I changes, Mr. Mitchell pointed out carry a definite amount for the building from the
but will' continue through,|r mate the "true measurement"--it that tobacco grading B4F had an bond issue, and a set of plans will I
P.H..4apd the housing authority. standpoint of trying to obtain a consolidated
night. Mrs. Earl Deas will'Js proposed that another factor be I II average support of 58 cents a poundfor have been drawn up by that time, Hamilton
j the Adult .and Mrs. Clyde added to the equation, making two 1962. In 1963, however only so that the exact cost'will be known School. County High.
.r the Youth class. I.policys' of departure instead of one firm, ripe tobacco will be graded as The petition asks for a bond elec- .
: 4@ ';,- 'Adult or children is The'formula wouBd then consist of B4F under the new standards and tion to pbtain up to $400,000, but Although we have three separate

;I to" :Attend these classes. (1) the native capacity of the indivi-: .it will be supported at 60 cents a less than that will be required, and high schools in Hamilton County
... tSfwf tCTO&fe I'I I Rev. Earl Deas, .Pastor I dal and ((2)) the end product of pound. The slick and tight-faced will be voted upon at the election, we,do nol have..ONE that provides t !

1 .I achievement The:' relationship be tobacco will be graded as M4FS, if the .signatures i are _obtained, i the kind of program to which our

ttSV SJUJhe.two factors is, one of and: its price will be supported at The petition! .reads. as follows! "I I children ilte entitled nor dg wetidve6h f
Stj Fashion Show. < I : that provides he.1 kfrtd of -, .
8 -I cause and effect/When the achievement 47 tents-a-'pound -u"ce less j --We.Jhe undersigned residents
., I quotient is viewed in the light than the reglar B4F tobacco. t, duly qualified Electors of, 'Special'program necessary to equip" the

}tv r' : Friday of the individual's '''native capacityfor Other grades of Slick, close ort Tau Schaal District No 1 ef Hamilton [youth of our county to compete
,. :} : achievement, a more equitabiei tight leaf structure carry similar \ County Florida,' residing with others in many fields of ad-
, $ _24951 Hamilton County 4-H Club is made within said School vanced education. Education beyond !
.,YqIo- I. i j i approach to the problem price differences from comparable i District, desiring -
held their Annual 4-H Fash- and I issuance the high school ]level is stead
,one that will: yield both validity family groupings of ripe grainy f the 4 of BONDS by said
Show Friday night May 24th School District in ily becoming more Witha
IN'n..u'DEDS I reliablity in far greater measure.In tobacco. The increased price sup- compliance with necessary.
FIELD 8:tOO o'clock in' the Jennings order to make the above more the more desirable tobacco | the Statutes and Laws of Florida, consolidated high school, we can
I on
John McCrea School Auditorium. meaningful)-to reduce theory to I will offset the lower support on low j for the purpose hereinafter set provide much better opportunitiesthan
"In Flanders fields the poppies blow modeling were: Jasper- practice-let us illustrate with an quality tobacco ,and reflect the 'forth and stated hereby in compliance we now have. Together we
Between the crosses, row on row I Bonnell Sherry Andrews example taken from the school I increase of 1 percent in the aver-! with Section 236.36, Florida can do much.
That mark our place; and in the sky y Dedge, Rebecca Dedge classroom' .. "Henrv" has iust completed -, support level. Statutes, 1961, and in compliancewith We_feel that this approach is the
' t;'. The larks, still bravely singing fly Smith; Jennings Myra his mid-semester examination -Under the 1963 price support the Statutes and Laws of Flo- best answer to our high school pro- ,

F :i Scarce heard amids the guns below ". Smith, Cheryl Lynn Deas, in history. He scored a gradeof schedules, the Chairman said, a i ride do petition said County Board blems in Hamttton County, but it '

1 We are the Dead. Short days ago r ,< l,"' f.i Murphy Mary Wells, Ray "B minus". Upon checking: his farmer who grows a quality crop of Public Instruction: of Hamilton allows the majority to speak. Ev I
i We lived, felt dawn ,saw sunset-glow. ._> Burnett, Debra Sue Murphy scholastic ability test it was found equal to the average quality of the i(County, Florida, to issue Bonds of ery individual will have the oppor-
i! < t : Loved, and were loved, and now we lie in* Sue Zant, Caroline Burnett that he was capable of making an recent 10 year crops is assured an said 'Special Tax School District tunity of expressing himself but I
'" Flanders fields. 3)V. Williams, Sharon Howell, I"AU grade. This distance below average support of 56.6 cents a No. 1 of Hamilton County Florida,' no one will be forced. Anyone that ,

Take up our quarrel with the foe; m Newsome; White Springs-I his potential rating was a clear pound. He emphasized that under in an amount not to exceed $400,000 desires to be recorded for a consol : .
,- :. J' To you from failing hands we throw Allison, Susan Shaw Bonnie indication that "Henry" was 1() not the 1963 program the grade of in compliance with and as provided idated high school can do so by I

.1P.. : The Torch; be yours to hold it high. Hillhouse, Teina Cason. (using, (2) misusing'or ((3) abusing tobacco and the resulting price-,I by the Statutes and Laws of Florida signing petition.. In the bond !
I I .. .U: If ye break faith with us who die selected to attend 4-H State .his' ablity to 'achieve. What shouldbe support level will depend on the'!for the purpose of acquiring, building election, every freeholder will have i

t We shall not sleep"though poppies grow 1{ Course in Tallahassee June done in Henry's case? Can a quality of the tobacco marketed.The i and furnishing a consolidated the opportunity to,express himselfby
4 -- "'" In Flanders Fields { 5 wre .presented as follows: correction be made? Is correction responsibility to produce quality -, Hamilton County High School in- either voting for or against.

: '\ Bonnell Sherry Andrews, Re desirable? "B minus" is a splen- tobacco for a favorable price,i cluding site improvements at the The quickest method of improving I

: t"H. ::: BLUE AND THE GRAY Dedge, Sharon Howell. Miri: i did grade. Why .should it be questioned now rests squarely with each tobacco -. present Jasper Elementary School''' educational facilities and programs
f--. r FRANCIS MILES FINKs Newsome. Lillian Riley who: ? It is ordinarily acceptedfor farmer. site in Jasper, Florida." is too slow compared with

". .t By the flow of the. inland river not present. will also attend I credit with congratulatory ap-I As in the past years, growers will what we might be losing. Haven'twe
for ;' Whence the fleet of iron have fled week at Short Course is spon- proval. Why should it not be accepted I offer their tobacco at auction mar- ELIZABETH FIELD WE AWARD already lost too much? Is it

Where the blades of the grass quiver '. I by the County Commissioners 1 for full credit in "Henry's case" kets in the usual'manner and price Elizabeth M. Field ofVl 1te not time that we awakened to the
Asleep are the ranks of the dead:- z- an award for Outstanding 4-H I The superior teacher under normal support will be made available thru Springs ,a freshman at Auburn fact that we are about twenty years I
r Under the sod and the dew .. I work during the ,year. conditions will not accept a the Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative -! University has been awarded a behind? I personally think that
t {- Waiting the judgement day;;- ";;; -.: entertaining during the I pupil's work when it falls appreciably Stabilization Corporation to farmers ,' gift horn Burlington Industries now is the time to act or resign

Under the one, the Blue; ::.' [ Show-were: Linda Butler below his potential level of who keep within their acreage I'I Scholarship Fund for the 1963-64 ourselves to the fact that we, as
Ya Glenda Hewitt who sang "My I B minus school individuals, will be contributing
.... Under the other the Gray; achievement. "Henry's" allotments. As announced earlier year.President
These in the robing of glory fV Town", Miriam Newsome grade would therefore, not be accepted tobacco identified "discount var Ralph Draughon, of materially to the further deterior-
: Those In the gloom of defeat :,, Sharon: Howell, who sang "The t with i impunity for the following iety" tobacco again will be sup- Auburn made the announcement. ation of our School system. In oth- t. !
All with the battle blood gory Sand Man". Miss Bar-J! substantial reasons: ((1) it ported at one-half of the support Elizabeth the daughter of Mrs. er words, if we do not do some-

In the dusk of eternity meet-; Pearman played the. piano. for would tend to encourage shoddy rates for comparable grades of Martha Field Chance of White thing now, we can look forward to
From the silence of sorrowful hours numbers. work, (2) it would make for an other varieties. I It ,Spring, is majoring in engineeringat an extended educational drought. '
'5 The desolate roomers go' conclude the Fashion Show attitude of indifference (3) it would Auburn. We Invite and urge everyone interested thigh r.
; Loveingly laden with flowers j I Sue Butler played "Haw- stimulate a disposition "just to getby' )hi a consolidated county
Alike for the friend and the foe,*-; F iSo ,Love Song"ton the Piano. .. (4) it fails' +Hir1s \ Xild like \or ex- t Jennings HighCommencement Thursday, June 6, at 8:00 .
with an equal splendor i > : resources (5) it. is not in flRUThWES p.Dat \
tneir appreciation to the fol I t'YOU the Jasper High School auditor..
:The morning sun rays fall' keeping with the best'professional
t- With a touch impartially tender 'I I people Mr. Harry T. Reid,ethics ((6) it causes the teacher to 4 ium.
On the blossoms blooming for all;- : the use of the grass mats; Mrs. lose status in the estimation of:; < / [ This Weekend
them with I
for helping
So when the summer calleth. Blair j the pupiL : Jasper SubdivisionTo
I I Barbara Hen]
decorations. Miss 10 lUll
On, forest and field of grain The following is leaf taken from lED. !I
( a former 4-H'er) for an j I IChange' !i t: Friday afternoon, May 31, at 1:00:
-. ..... With an equal murmur falleth Bum- the writer's professional biography. i -. there will be an awards program in Feature Brick
of narrating.
-, The cooling drip of rain;- job the above situations substituting -
:. i the High School
I 1 Demonstration) Auditorium. At
I :t. 5. '., Sadly but not with up braiding :' and members New Hope for furnishing re, "Mary" instead of of, have as a classroom technique. It this time students win be recognized Homes and F.H.A.
I The generous deed was done; Home "Henry" and change the subject is not recommended as a uniform for outstanding achievement in.
In storm of the years that.are fading ... Teacher Miss fo rher help "history" to that of I classroom practice. It worked surprisingly the various fields of school work for In this issue of the News, an ad-
N orbraver battle was won;- c, I I' Mr. De-Vane for following experiment. wen in "Mary's.' case.It the 1962-63 year. I vertisement announce the openingof .
Nor braver battle was won;- th entertainment "Mary" made a grade of "B" in in "Lynn Lake Estates"
for his cooperation with I was as an experiment an I j I Friday evening May 31, at 8:00 a subdivision -
Or winding river be red; Jimmy DeVane her mid-term examination in psy- effort to release Mary's potential the senior class will present a located just west of Jasper,
They banish our anger fore\'er. I I 4-H Clubs chology. The writer also had ability .To experiment even class night program.Baccalaureate I being developed by Arlie Townsend
,;(" When they laurel the graves of our dead! I helped backstage. charge of administering all scholastic the teacher needs to know more Service will beheld and Eddie McGhin. Mr. MGMn
Clubs were re-
I 4-H
f,-.:' Under the sod and the dew I Jennings Fashion Show Dec aptitude tests. It was. recalled about the student than her name. in the school Auditorium a Jasper resident, and Mr.

Waiting the judgement day; ''I this for the and they did an that "Mary" scored near the top Finally the true measure of achievement -I day evening, June 2, at 800. Elder Townsend is a builder from Live
t Love and tears for the Blue. year do academic work. She
in ability to is a relative rather than i LeRony M. DeVane pastor of Bethel Oak who represents Kbigsberry
.\ Tears and love for the Gray." I job. Th Background was the office for a conference -
Adding to the Scenery was called to absolute matter. There are situation I Primitive Baptist Church will Homes Inc., a corporation specializing
pretty. consisted for the
which however where an absolute in brick homes.
deliver the address. veneer
AND THE GRAY sonville and delivered the background were: Sharon I
the I I most part of questions .f grading system must be employed. Graduation exercises will be held The subdivision has 23 lets, all
Miss. pine adjacent Bill Butler
Columbus Hewittv
(The- women of tin i grove I Glenda result. her "B" was
swers. As a True achievement must take into in the school auditorium Wednes- served by sewer water and graded -
The Confederate and Butler.
-scattererd flowers alike on the green. Newsome .and Sue
without a
pf the confederatss and the :scan flags flew at the I I theme for the Fashion Show changed to a "C" grade At the I consideration the native capacity of day evening, June 5, at 8:00, with streets. F. H. A. ftaancfag is
graves tAU I soldiers graves were "Orential" and its was made- show of an ugly disposition. the individual to achieve. With the honor graduates in charge of I available for those who dee It,
union soldiers
) made
I'A ron of confederate the"Nati\-e Dress o.fthe Dec- end' of the year' "Mary" a increase in endowment, guilt and i the program, as has been the cus- with payments a* low a* $360 down
In the of the additional
early days Jasper
I Hamilton County in good healthy I rebuke Increase when the latteris tome here at Jennings for;several The homes have three or four
and'Mode1s' Stage
was on I
Garden Club Qmlerer ate
mem- the exvperiment
thanks for what not used or .improperly used years. A reception fun and fellow bedrooms, for the most part and
some near relative with Tea'Ser- I
orial ,day _wasobserved In April.'I. ., '" : complete bad meant and bad done for her. or abused. This i* the teaching of !ship hour win follow Immediately in many plans are ava abk. The I'

' One outstanding anniversary Colonel The Jasper Presbyterians I I The above experiment has at I I the Master Teacher who walked the I gymnasium;' .' men plan to build several for sale,
l Bonnell.
: iRusscl Fink'came 1rom'Jack- : Terry least the element of.novelty=regardless -
.5 (Continued on ,Par ) bin country of Galilee nearly two :Everyone has a.cord1a1.J; and already have signed up several
.' '-i-it 5 > f of what merits, if may thousand years ago. I ,to attend.each these activities.1 local buyers who want homes.
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Statement bYrJ' ;_ i'supporf'oL ;.1.25x'tis treasonable. raee wbat'happens -'j,WHITE SPRINGS td '} '. l' ; -- -" y -\ f1i .,... ,.;.,
'carry charges.,rb.t& -".-I can,we bed certain, what-program! : : o' :+I' '1: .. t-t iJ; i e .
Sec. ; 1 j (1118 w1qt.r S n. IIV.1i oWe'vlr9s'a .-, 9 e : ;'! ; : ('17 'C! 0 > .. < ." .! 'J ,
FreemaiiJOnWheat ; r <. > n ; is. best. r' -f .::. ... -1.T-'E: Gt..," '! .. .-, .da : o. 7 / _. .. .. J'Htft
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Referendum provided arr: 1963-64'-prove itDbe :excessive the : Second "*
I MiSs Mildred Shiver-is her .Class i Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida
.. aJfernaJive acre ag Secretary of Agriculture;tinder the :, .
t">* -"* it- Fifth and Sixth Graders art over- New Arrivals r Subscriptions ':
on Advance
marketing Strictly in
quotas- tot* effective. -. national
May 21, 1963, wheat farmers in law must proclaim a ,
the United States with complete information : ; if.,mariceting;'jquotas').. re:,1 not keting quota and a national allotment J I night trip to St. Augustine. They .. ; $3.00 in Hamilton -County;- $4.00 Outside of County
I Ileft .
approyedj.. That alternative .Program of wheat the school Friday morning, Houston
; naria .Mrs l
alternatives for the 1965 crop ar> Cards of Thanks -
on open t. . . $1.00 Minimum
;be !>May 24, around 8 amt and returned -: _
as-providediby ls ref- Blunk
And are of
them, chose to reject national mar- : ; .prior to April 15. 1964. a parents a son, Gary
keting quotas for the 1964 crop. It in effectiibr, the 1964 A9Pi<'op-." I I erendum must by law then be held around seven p.m; Saturday. JjC,:born :May 25 in Hamilton County Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 -

.means that for the next year: unlimited The.1SS4 whe1rtlCa' "4t+l;E? v'ios I within 60 days after such a mar-' r I -Memo i Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers *_'
price supports,. _at ;t50-jEpacept ofparityfor. The Methodist Church wishes to 0I
I wheat production with no producers'whoivolunteer keting support quotas. This means. express their thanks and apprecia- i < FIVE

price suppport is an option cpen to choose: to:comply with; (acreage al-:'I that should the program voted in on I j i.I tion to :Mr. and Mrs..-Wilbur Alt- Matthew and Marie Hawkins, colored I Jennings Hi GENERATIONSAT

I every American farmer.It lotments applicable-their farms. May 21 1963 .not succeed thit.a. man. This fine couple have agreed are parents of a son Xatthew. I REUNION e.
is the earnest, hope of the referendum will be held for the Jerome Hawkins Jr., Born May 26 1'
+ Such farmers willvb i yhfr ple for''' to be counselors for the MYF group Senior Chatter
Secretary 0(0cUiture and this price support loansi4Jhe'1)64 at:1965 crop prior to June 13, 1964. ; .. in Hamilton Memorial Hospital. I A family reunion held Sunday,
Administration ...: :Such a referendum if it proves I p i : bo bl May 26 in the
that wheat farmers about $1.25 a bdfehelC I will be held not later The White Springs news was.I ... > by Serious Us I Jasper at home of
and our*'agricultural economy in This prograni f/tf&Kwfa&k'be: in necessary missent to Tampa by the post office James and Jueen Esther I1anielsolored. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Register, had five

particular and our national economy feet for the 1964 wheat crop. If than June 13, 1964. department last week, and so misses are parents of a son Jam. If you have tears prepare to shed generations present. A big outdoor

I in general wfl beneut KC..I .:T & its works satisfactorily1 farm I I I In th world market we can and the publicanChildren's .... : es Rudolph Daniejs, born :l\ay.22, them now ;f Qr e..5p.'e..sha1l.d dinner was..served &t, *xfof jp-,
.decision.,f reely !!made by; American,jncom fe'.' Slnraineff.'ancc wheatsupplies' will continue to Jullfilljoc*oblige = ;' "'v. "- j In*Hamilton Memorial Hospital;\ I ronrthf? 'di 'I"fore'ee tenting the Buckles and Register:
-farmers atTtnebaflot box. We will. are-hot.exc sivtfas; those tions under the International Wheat Day was held Sunday, ''"\'"" President Jerry is head man in families.

do everything in our power to that who urged a "'nrfVot'er h the'reierenduhi Agreement despite the current May 26, at the 11 a.m.Orsh, : p service "l\ pur class night. Well anyway we''

end. There will be no dumping of 'connd rlI{ '-predicted l .,no price and production uncertainty.This I at the Methodist Church. The lal \..: ,\ I are very proud of him-even with Next year it will be held at- the
be done under authority children participated1the'service. '"H Pl home of Mr. and Mrs. Jones'Mad-
wilFbe w\ll his
COC: wheat. CCC sales of wheat for further program : necessary giving away a cow.
unrestricted use i ndomestic mar- Iri'any. event this paint of: view delegated to the Secretary of Agriculture dox in Jacksonville, the last Sunday
kets will be limited in 1964 to prices which prevailed Sn'ttie referendum I 1 I by the President The United .VACATION BIBLE* SCHOOL !I Secretary Ruth is having money -I in May, 1964.
will work with the !e.n.KINGSBERRY Community VacatiorVBible School ; ;, trouble-that ,is class __, _**.: *>
States mcney
5 percent higher than the price is 'entitled to si 1urrafid fair triaL (; ,. I I
..... ..- .-...... .. .... -.i /ifli'tGif' V1AL.1 will be held June io-24-=aFme Methodist \( i I it's dues, and diplomasand '
!!!o.6'.7...._--- __...-.:"_:. ft? ... ; : ; :vtI' "" ------------ e- .. ., I caps gown FOUR FOREST FIRESIN
i Church. There wllf be classes
'- : l ,oh. so much to keep'' tip with.
for pre-school through: the Junior g' C. W. believes it would be chea- PAST WEEKThe
make __ :.r ._. ,. \\
High group.Please
age per not to graduate.
have children PATIENTS I> HOSPITAL NOW: 1 Florida
plans now to your Forest Service head-
enroll and attend. There will bej Herman Fletcher .. Linda and Brenda are always quarters in Hamilton County -reports
I Bible stories songs, activities I!{ Mrs. Mamie Lee Simmons mumbling-what they are working the following information on
handicraft, and refreshments. M. W. Suggs .II ; on speeches. woods fires fought and
Please of 'j Mary Nen Peacock -; r- ,n : 'ff. The office received a letter
contact the minister your J the
county during the
past seven
1 church or Mrs. Mary Collins to enroll I Kenneth Wood 'r r .-it,. I about 'S.M.'s work which he did" day period:
I/1 your child, or if you would like,I Essie Sweat in Tallahassee. It> was praising ,
'.. Mrs.;Betty Sue Blunk him much. ., Number of fires-4. _, ,
< 'turTr .' to helpMn the'school. q' i Iif.--r ; ''i very: '} i :\I om
.' "J'> U ti U. .""> "*; -1. '" .-"; ..- t! >Q9oo" ,!! .I_,t1 ;:IQ-; 'iY, .', r s ltf.41? <. J I IT" '-GracYe'Turner (col.) r*:4-**;#- _.i i ",- Rodger is popular. Two.,giris ,,Acres!(burned 1;i. .-r' ...,.."..">{&"

> >"' 'Plorliie; Wayne; find Rufus!:Jack.: Heroietta W ba.mscol.-( > -rPAttTENTS \ fussed about who would sit hy, hint;, Number of fires sinee 4an.L1.
jl ;. :; ADof: : BEAUTIFUL } YENEER/: : ': '" : I son visited their pas;;*'Mr. and.; fDISCIU.RGED.1*. ,. tts&raduation. ?'? ss S C5 a.!\;.this year 20, ., Acres bumed:t 0.
: '
) f 1'RRtQttr' / :. Mrs Bartow Jackson, over the'weekend' l'I SINCE I..ASTVEEKn.1'' 1"5 ;':':'If.; Ben would do well in the field p Ml I"I': : ( ..11KX*.
-- :" -: 'j "Mrs. Ethel Harrison ::a:.i.->.' .." oi; I .
; .. ; <.0.'' i" : Ruffls'{ Jackson is l leavingfor f' Bertha Sowell (cOt ) .A.-:;,,_l, ..; law. He always wins his-cSse(JASPER BOYS' 4-H ... "'
overSeas on May 29.. Our pray-: ,especially with the girls.Edna '
I ,-neBuilt At Ulysee Seymore (coL)' *.1;c' ... ; '!
: ers and a safe journey. goes with( ; and Lynette are really Don Wetherington called the
I Queen Esther Daniels (col.) '
him., His wife Doris, is expecting excited over their trip to Washington -. meeting to order of the Jasper Sen-
her baby in June. They regret Robert Marchand and New York. ior Beys 4-H Club on May 16. Mr.
much win be Huey Falaney Joyce will sing'at graduation. t'Andrews discussed
very they separatedat I the project record
Lake Estates Thomas Hooker (col.) ,
1 ..
Lynn this time. are happy to have Joyce books with the members. He
Howard Young .. .
?j .i Ann play for our graduation. theen told us of the activities at the t
+ Mrs. Sarah Frier ,
t David White spent several days Randall Eddie nade a good speech today: coming 4-H camp.
/ in, the hospital in Lake City last Frier on baseball.

NW Third Street at Jasper City Limits week, due to an accident with a Mrs. Ruby Williams Jackie and Wayne are really sorry We will go to Cherry Lake then

chain-saw. He damaged his arm Russell Rhoden .;.:r. that school is ending. They both one day during the week we will
( and hand severely and will be off E. W. Rozier will miss the Juniors. go to Tallahassee, and from thereto

AS $<2iA\> own from work six to eight weeks. Mrs. Jeanette Murphy Betty has done a good job i in : Wakulla Springs for the day.

Alberta Scott (col.) everything, pecially"with Homer. !1 We will be camping with Sumter
Low As ; The WJS.C.S. meeting will be held Hattie Chuck likes the Tenth Grade I County 4-Hers for the entire week.
x.Ls. Johns
in the Educational Building of the but he says he is glad to graduate. j Mr. Andrews gave out "Botany
r Mrs. trnestine McNeil I
Methodist Church Monday eveningat He and C. W. still like "dates."_ [! Handbooks for Florida" to members -
Many Models To Choose From! 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invite. d Marie Hawkins (coL) Mike wishes for a black car for I I I:I .also a book called "Light

? I lien Bohannon graduation. Horses." After that he gave us a

I Call I B1CCALAUREATE AND. Mrs. Lime Royals Principal and Mrs. J. W. De-: chart for control of insects called GRADUATION TO BE HELD Vane are entertaining the Seniors I "Guide for Control of Flue-Cured

I The Baccalaureate sermon will, BOOKMOBILESUMMER and guests with a reception right I'j I Tobacco Pests Under Field Conditions.

be held at the school on Sunday SCHEDULE after graduation. Games' and fun j I t ."

n \ EDDIE McGHIN f ARLIE. K. TOWNSENDf .night ,at 8 p.m., June 2.: i I in the gymnasium after the recep i
... .Jt .; The Graduation will 'be held at Bookmobile No. 1 will be in Ha- tion.At j I t Reporter, Dennis ,Smith

i the school on Tuesday night June milton' County on Wednesday June midnight, when we should
JASPER '.- '''' ::---.W-- r ? .,'. LIVE.OAKL 4. at.8 P.rriT e,bj h,school students 5th and every two weeks thereafter have our beauty sleep Mr. and: I REUNION
: who are graduating are Myr- for the summer at the follow- Mrs. S. M. Deas II will entertain Descendants of the late Irving
Telephone, 792-6631 ".- Telephone 362-1104 tle Ann 'Jk [ ing places: with I
I: : ,Wiggins, obby Fish Carol a breakfast. Kirkland and Daniel Hurst will gather -
lr ea Law and Annette Cbnner. The ad- 1:15-2:00. Jennings School Thanks to all. for a good time for their annual family reunion -

fIIV"---" .... ----.Y'.v "...;??;;.j.v -.. .;tAAAAAWWWUWVVVWWWWVVVVVWVVWIReasons ults are Gussie R. Cheshire,_Betty 2:13-2:45, Jennings Post Office was had by us Seniors. I II to be held on June 9, at the
.. ...
Burnham 3:00-3:15, Westlake Then on Thursday leave for home of Neil
Tomlinson, Laverne W.I f we ,I Kirkland 1% miles

. Lee, and Edward. Berlin:....Ch-isteen.. '3:30-4:00 Joyce Royal and Mike I Washington and New York. north of Glen St. Mary on State
: : : | Green Homes Pack up and let's leave, or had Road; 125. All friends and relativesare
: why you should W. B. Feagle is still in the hospi- 4:30-4:35, Jasper library. 'you rather be Rip Van Winkle urged to atten. A basket din- _
tal at Valdosta but plans are beingtional' I
--- --- Bye ner will be served at 12:30.

I i I made to bring him home Wednes-L I
Wheat Council and with its day June 29. We hope he will
I j coII )-
MOVE UP TO member countries and with the i time to recover and be back to
e '
wheat trade
producers to I
preservethe his activities soon.I
I stability' of world wheat mar- S s .

; ; Bulk Curing in '63 I have ket world so long wheat sought prices together.which Sales we I wish We to of the express White our Springs thanks charge and

for export will be handled in nor- gratitude to Bro. Goddard and family -

mal channels of trade to the maxi- for a wonderful year of service -

... mcm extent possible consistencewith more wonderful still, they are DRIVE-IN STORES
'" 1 the fulfillment of our international planning on being with us next year

I 1. Powali's few obligations. There will be no They will be away next week to
.. ., v,.. .. -.., ,. I
ri s. .dumping of U. S. wheat in world conference. Our prayers are. with''tJ:1em On U. S. 41 JASPERMLK /

BIlk Tobacco ,IT markets. : and for their return. Manager Sara Lashley

t '
Gallon 90C

'Cwy a *Four mea prime leaves from Tax Sale On Delinquent TaxesMrs.

.> ? 'r?, four rows simultaneously, Jug
'" -'Belts convey leaf to racking Lillian Bembry; Tax Collector for.the City .
'chamber, -which rotates oti HomogenizedBUY
> central axis. Full racks are oft Jasper reminds property owners within the City .

; : r. , ;, 'loaded on trailer and ear :D;f Jasper who have not paid their taxes by June 4, YOUR MILK IN GLASS FOR NATURAL
fir ried to barn. Pulled by conS -
t jjioji,! tractor. Can .be 1963, will have their property advertised for tax sale

",1\-\ ot..'..... quickly stringing tobacco converted for conventional for in. the JaspefNews, June 7th edition. Golden Guernsey Y2MILK 48C

\p.. Y" ,: Cost of the advertising will be added
"1JII :; curing too. to the delinquent <
._ jraL
taxes. All who have
not paid their city taxes
are requested to do this In Glass Power Packed With Protein
.2PoweWsNEW. i' so prior to advertising.sJt. .
II -
..5 j ...a ': Old Fashioned Chocolate milk
r r ) .

I Buttermilkin
bottles DRINK glass .
I Petersburg glass

nchires $ j ) ,' ________ 32c % gal. _______ 46c ,

Galvanized steel structure .
I with separate insulation { : ; > 3a Q < -' BOWMAN PULE"BUTTER.
moisture I :
providing a top t tea. .
"- eeaL Low maintenance. n
Long life. Very low insur- R\. it's fun, anytime, 79C
ante rate. Equivalent in
size to 20x20 conventional ? ,.. I at Redington Beach

barn. HeadOy adaptable for It's real fun at the Billows, overlooking
drying small' grain, curing I the GuIt_Full slzedkitchen apartments, 93-score Wisconsin AA, foil wrapped-with pur-
and ,
peanuts pre-sprouting
curing of sweet potatoes. completely furnished, for all the family. chase of $1.00 or more in products.

I Close bathing shopping racetracks.
to ,
sightseeing golf,.and fine restau* COTTAGE [ C 2Ibs.

3. Powell-Cured TobKcar BHnfS MORE Htnty j ran and.*:.white Beautifully sandy beach.kept grounds Lovely : 129 .SSCCHEESE .

COYPt.ETEtIf urnl shed apartments, ,

Surveys conducted in North Carolina BACCO CURED WITH.THE POWELL- -: FURHZSSHW double occupancy, from
In 1962 show that 'tobacco cured with HASSLER SYSTHB1 BROUGHT "49 < APARTMENT $40. to $50 per week, FLORIDA FRESH COUNTRY
the Powell-Hassler bulk system.. MORE PER HUNDRED POUNDS. for two

brought ah average of'$2.4?more per These facts PROVE that tobacco companies 4. t 4O 1 IT. win "Pick You Up" EGGS 2 e69
.hundred pounds to farmers ihan leaf like bulk-cured tobacco and
A 1N..1( Writ. for Information
that the same farmers cured in convenpay top prices for leaf cured ]ProPerly 1
l'' r ..... tioaaTbarns.: Thriet'SumYs werecooin'bulk.. POWELL-CURJiiD.LEA! and r.serntlont.
t ducted by North Carolina State College;>DOES GET,T HE'TOPDOLLAR.n Fight (} -.
rsonaeL while statistics sfe.wr1bat; ; hoer tuririig. 7'tirJ SUNBEAM '.
'dxobiisning by _
profits .
.. .
.. .
all thebulkcured' tobaixa f i >rtli r 31e.EAD
Carolina; h1961 brought average of t< -
less per hundred pounds. .u'TOx jagp your-tobacco crop. :, '. .' '.

d ler >.w. Cattle- write: AT AKfttEMT HOTEL' J:
Fw compete sour reweM
reweR JI,1I.".....,. ce-Imo,: BeIt"dig_ B__....viBe, S. c. TELEPHONE 391-9224 SHOP FROM YOUR CAR

'GULl IOULEV AID, Your Milk A Full Day Fresher

ST. maSWtG *. .
STORE HOURS 8 7 thru
...... .... ......... ..A.. ...... ........ ......... ......... to Monday Saturday

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Friday.!; May 31 ,1963.. THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA PAGE _THREEContinued

-: ... .(..-- ;, :..'---.. ....... 4' -- -
I Lakes. Interment in Evergreen "'sai.d- ; ; iposely however, for it'waife an inter- fiam1 a week ago to see the brand'JASPER GIRLS 4HhenioQubY Leaders accompanying the 4-Her
$ _.. ':tSom It couIan.i. be
r' ..l i cemetwy. > jane. '. -r, *" fiSting: ,course.:Xam impressed: with .-new grandson born" to Mr. and were: Mrs. Wylma White, Mrs.
J : lfhtZ I. :1- --done.-'- ** I the.prese:h ed cational',dVantage1iatheJfcabp8.1C rMrs. Victor NickoJett af 5rFra'nds GRT1S"BOf Delores Walker Miss Barbara
\ .. already en- But shewith..a: replied ., : t. : ff; ![hospital; May 13:'..liitlefelkwweighed : Jasper .High School went'oOI1..tP\\ Hendrick. Mrs Joe Howell and
e e a. iW' S h >1 ot the U of Fla. ThafmSyf it but ,She'dNot I One of the interestingjpccassions j Ibs 8 ofc/and his? name:is. nic and swimming party.iat.'i\pig Mrs. Walter!'Deedge. 't ,' :sir'

\ ..-- -'.' .i.-. : .,Saying't received" | his degree this befonelto soy jKp&ctil. she tried in our ow etftlp isihereraduatingi 1[Victor Bryan NickolettL" ,. Lakes .on Satorday*--May>23; They Everyone took a picnic; lunch for
summer. f So she?buckled rght{ ihr vith> a bit :of the adult m.;gra4 ating class I f Mrs. Bryan retiuaed'Monday because invited the Sn,.4;H Giiia. ,of.Jen. the &. !hove 0 i .' t'* *

;... ( from. Page 1) Barbara Hendrickff. Will soon enter of it. a "grin-if', she worriedT,She., hid,-eight in number'this year. Adult of the death of her.sister-in- nings to go.with:them. We ha da wonderful time toget-
J j scl1oo'l'at the U of : I t t
vice 1 graduate education takes persistence and law Mrs. Francis Hogan. ; Girls' from Jasper going'on'theperiid her. We presented a little token of
they often
as do.
I[Florida after graduating at-F. S. U. She Started to sing as she tackled
"Midway" is the oM home church: real determination And what ] : were: Sherry Andrews,-Terry appreciation to our Agent Mrs.
the ,
i Barbara is. planning to teach 'things that ccuMn't be done When are Bless America as we .
unused now since the old members .', And she did it." avenues of opportunities! do Bonnell, 'Rebecca edge, Rita Wylma White for her guidance and
I are want to on special days we
came into the Jasper church but:I We record with sympathy the Hayes Nora Evelyn Norris i Mildred endurance of us through our 4-H
j The 6:30 a.m. class of Economics give thanks for our money organizations I
i I sentiment takes them home ever so I Ii C. B S. channel 6 gave this a death of Mr. L. A. Sapp of Climax for the good of our youthThere's Odom, Jessica Phillips, Carolyn I year. We also presented a token to
i often. I|Ion Raines. Lillian Riley Eula'Mae :Mrs. Walter Dedge who helps us
Georgia. May 18. The father of
I a guide word last week- Keep one I Sunland down near
Starling,* Joe Ann Smith Nora Ann anyway sh can when we visit the
Rev. Mr. Ed preached one of the i I eye on the facts and the other on Mrs. Bill Sapp of Jasper. Funeral Gainesville for the mentally retarded
Smith; Wa nell Walker. Girls from Home Demonstration office.
series of sermons .on the family)i the star.. services were held in Pine Forest children. There's a wonderful
worship. This: time directed f II tt 0 Baptist Church Monday, May 20 II iJennings-Were;! : Sharon Howell, Mir i iJam.NEw'Sotne Reports: Rebecca Dedge, Terry
|It was : j home for girls near Ocala-theresthe
f' 1J jl and Linda Butler Bcnmell .
1 toward the childrenThere ,. I...!' T j t Mrs. Clarence'.Howe Karl( 'Min- Remaining are the widow, :Mrs. 'Boys home in M!rianna. ThefeeJ,- : :
was a goodly attendance I i for) spent the day with brother Joe Sapp and-& children-one daughter :I are only three. There are manyt i

and the "dinner on the -grounds."J i Vickers Sunday and. attended and five sons.. I I Then ther is pity for homes who i-

The church house we understand i,.', church at the.eleven. clock hour. I I for reasons unknown have put j I
is kept in order-ready when they j I The Southern Baptist Conventionin worldly cases ahead of their chil- .
would worship there. i I I A picture of Mrs. Betty Sue Gra- Kansas City early in May endedon dren. We are unwise not from I
I ham in Sunday Tallahassee Democrat an unhappy note that is a choice but enmeshed in cares and INVITATION TO BID CIty motorized equipment be

,' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper and j announces her wedding plans I split "Conservatives fear that ques- temptations. We thresh about like. a I Sealed bids will be received at i I delivered ,on demand ,at the City

j 1 little 4 months old son TImmy were I for July 6 at the First Presbyterian tioning the literal truth of the Bible fish caught in the net. City Hall Jasper, Florida, until, i Hall, Jasper Florida. Bids requested -
I visitors Tuesday with Joe's mother t Church in Tallahassee The groomis II .a will kill the church by scriptural There is a way but we don't be- 5:00 pjn., Monday,.June 3,1963, on 1 on delivery in 1 qt. cans
Mrs. Hattie Harper. Mr. Albert Sevier Sabin Jr. of anemia' ; liberals fear that clinging lieve it.The. the following items: Bids to be opened -i and/or 55 gallon drums.
I to the literal Bible will make ,
- Orlando. w and considered by the Qty ;HYDRAULIC OIL
their church ;wither and die of a Advent Christian Church Council at 7:30 p.m. June 3, 1963. This oil is to be used in all

7f\ The funeral' of 1\-lr..S. E. Mercer Mrs. Emma Milton returned late! quaint un gllty." r gave a reception Sunday afternoonfor ITEM ;1: Repair sandblast and I I Hydraulic Equipment of the City

[ a citizen of Jasper for 31 years in the week from a, visit to Robert There were;.12,670 "messengers" to Vicky Goolsby a senior in the paint 75,000,gallon water tank, of Jasper, delivered on demand,
y* brought many friends (more, and Foster Milton and their families the annual;.assembly of the 10,200- High School Graduating class ,at located,po sitp >kown as :Max- at City Hall Jasper Florida. Bids
than the Reid Chapel could hold ,to in Jacksonville and days at the I ,000 member church. the home of Rev. and Mrs. Travis well Brothers Mill. requested on delivery in 5 gallon
;' honor his memory. Sunday after- beach with the Baynard Miltons A conservative. ,president Rev. Carter. Therooms were decorated '" ITEM**l? ;T6'fu tr ash% F.OB. Jasper -cans and or 55 gallons drums.

'M noon May..26- of New Jersey who were here on I It's a matter of leadership. K. Owen White of Houston Texas for the occasion with spring', ,:'iOOOVfe()()( (\"Class aS. 8'lnchAS All bids will show brand name of

., t The service was in charge of Rev a vacation. Adina Simpson had to stay about was- elected. blossoms. Vicky was presented a:, \ oiJl.J): Concrete1- Pressure. oil for which the bid is submitted.Bids .
Mr. Hendley of Bright Pond and two weeks in Hamilton Hospitalwith In plain english -:- the question 'lovely Bible from her church. The I' Pipei"v* ': ...flf. '..a,..rfj '<&, shall be for the annual

a! Rev. Mr. Canova of the Jasper Mrs. Francis Hogan died Monday "bursitis"-not in the bed all I uis whether the Bible shall be taken hours' were 5-6 late afternoon. I II I'I The Qty Council reserves the period beginning July I, 1963. Bids
Baptist. The many flowers and the the time. is simple english or if. perhaps I H the. lowes apd/or shall
morning in a hospital in Gainesville -. She had opportunity to I >I righV/to accept \, show all discounts.The .
reverent congregation gave testimony !- after years of .a valiant I I see the needs of the hospital ,that I much. is symbolic. i Last week May 23-24 the Regional : besi'"Abi@id revives the right to City Council reserves the
I 1 to the esteem in which Mr. fight to regain her health The a little thought could remedy. I i Rev. Carl Bates of Charlotte a Convention o fthe Advent Christian reject ztny/or all, pi ids.< for the best right to accept the lowest and or

', Midway Sunday rthe church'ser- .news. shocks and grieves her I I Saturday morning May 25, Mrs. conservative says that;"Laymen!'! ,. Church"convened(; *Lake Qty interest- \ t the dry of Jasper. best bid and reserves the right to
Mercer 'WaS: held1i' !I have a sneaking? suspicion that the: **' "W'W'!'tT. Weir
friends. Simpson ,presented to Mr. .C;aten IThe region includes the states ofCarolina I reject any or all bids .for the best
He :was 69 years'of 'age was the superintendentofiHamllt.l'.Ibospital ; Kingdom of God is more than,usher City Manager interest of the City of Jasper.
) !jFenn. North and South ,
I born in Echols County Ga. His wife ,. ing on Sunday.' I
and to Dr Frederick Micklera Georgia, Alabama Robert R Fisk R
,. I was the tfonnef"Mary1 Heddls Grlf-- Rusty Mickler will be home Sunday beautiful easy chair" for the Every one's* talking a about the r: officers''ohrgn 3tfidEfbrjaaT'y|; f INtfnWJlON TO: BID ON 1 I 'i City,Manager *
Election of
; fin. He left three daughters-Mrs. after a in school at Baylorin
Pediatric room. This chair was late afternoon GASOLINE and MOTOROIL May 31, 1963:
his pretty party Friday Missions and the new budget were
Maurice Bennet. Mrs. Lester Hurst Tennessee. He will resume I!,
and Mrs. Emily Shiver of Twin wor kin Jasper: High in the fall. contributed by 55 persons, the largest -|I when Miss Margaret Davis bride- the order of the day. It was a heart .. I
I I I gift was $2.00. i'I elect was entertained at a Coca ening Conference and a goodly dele i( Sealed bids will be:received at j. INVITATION TO BID ON

:, Mr. Martin of the King Hardware I I Cola party at the attractive homeof gation. the City Hall, Jasper, Florida until 'LIQUID CHLORINE .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Co. got the chair at wholesale price Mrs. Jack Vinson. Joining her in I 12:00 noon, Saturday, June 22. I'
THIRD JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR : and there was errni h balance to this compliment to Miss Davis: were 1- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newburn arriv .1963 on the/following items: Scaled bids will be received at

\ HAMILTON.,COUNTY FLORIDA:1 buy toweling to be hemmed to I I Mrs. Wilmer Sapp, Mrs. Charles ed two weeks ago from Puerto Rico GASOLINE /.' \' >:'/ .\ I the City Hall, Jasper, Florida, until -
IN CHANCERY I make quite a number for the operating Levin, and Mrs. Joe Sapp. Mrs. Er- afte rabout a year in Communications 1. Approximately 4,500 gallons ft 12:00 noon, Saturday, June 22,
THE TOWN OF WHITE SPRINGS, room and for patients use. i'i n'_st Chandler directed the guests Department there. They will More or less of Premium (Hi-i(' 1963 .to supply the following item

i a municipal corporation,' ; This all came about by someone I thru the living room to the family "be here for several weeks. Test) Gasoline at the City Hall for the annual period July 1, 1963 to
f Plaintiff, : '; .'. caring enough for our hospitalthat room Mrs John Davis, Mrs. Hor- I GroUndtf.V \. I'June 30, 1964.
-VS. has inestimable value to us all .ace Lewis received with the bride. r The friends, former pupils and 2. Approximately; 6,000 gallons, LIQUID CHLORINEApproximately

Certain lands in the town of -.,-< i.. J'- soon or later. The decorations thruout were I co-teachers of Mrs. Mamie Lila I moreflfDl lQSQgof regular gasoline -, 6,000 lbs. of liquid
White Springs, Florida, .' *"*, ,'!: 1'Kt 'J Mrs. Simpson wrote a note Of roses-the >pink Charlotte Arm-, Oldham are invited to Mrs. Ray- at the Otyplall grounds. Chlorine to be delivered in 100 lb.
Hamilton in which :'" -1-Q "Thanks" to those who the red Imperial I mond Camp's home Saturday morning <
County, contributed: strong ,deep Chrysler Bids:shall oe ta wagon prices, cylinders on demand ,at City Hall
taxes are delinquent. .,- ta.l' :. to this. I changed* it and now writea .and' a few Mission- bells. t from ten to eleven. An infor-'deliver( \o theaty'Hall grounds, I.Jasper, Florida.

AMENDED: NOTICE" :' I'; t thank you to Mrs. Simpson for These were.compliments of the mal get-together before Mrs. Old- on demand, and shall show exempt The City of Jasper wiD order not
WARNING TO ALL PERSONS WHO OWE DELINQUENT TAXES TO "following thru" the need she saw Harry T. Reid'rose gardens. In the ham leaves for an indefinite stayin Tax. The successful bidden shall less than 10-100( Ibs. Cylinders for

SHOW CAUSE. ....... And still there is need. Most hospitals family room'the, refreshment table North Carolina supply arid. ,fittJt all iWclssary each delivery.The : .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA have an auxilary. (we should was overlaid with a champagnecloth pumps and tanks at a specified City Council reserves the
TO ALL PERSONS FIRMS',CORPORATIONS, having any have one) and centered; with a. green PIANO RECITAL place, ,OA,*he-CitV i { Halt grounds. right to accept the lowest and or
interest in or lien upon any of the ::lands described in this Amended It's time now to do much repairin bowl of the pink roses. The decor.of Miss Marion Worley will persent All -bioVsHan I Sh EJw the octane best bid and reserves the right to

Notice and in the Amended Complaint filed In the above styled cause. Hamilton hospital rooms the room 1s'in tones of brown her pupils in a recital Tuesday evening rating of the gasoline. reject any or all bids for the best
situated in Hamilton County, Florida, to-wit: 'f. need'complete red= ing papering with pine panel! walls t1 June 4th 8:00 p.m. Methodist :MOTOR OIL -y ? ? i' interest of the City of Jasper.
YEAR DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp Rg. and etc: Several could go togetherand Mrs. Raymond Camp kept the Educational Building. The publicin Thi.7o5t.! is for use iin .:Jiiiice Robert H. Fisk
195360A 192 foot triangular: shape of Lang's Retrace .' do a room-pay for at that is. guest book:%'Where were about 75 invited. Car the Fire Trucks .and all of City Manager

,' .. Block 1 ................:.-J...s'.::'...:&; ..-.....1.,,:;'122 15 Others could completely refurnish \-. .. ...,- .... -- -- -
:-I'1954-60: Lot. 1 of Block 2 .of'Renauul'Siiie y"1 '2 IS' a room'perhaps in memory of a

1929-60 70' x 143' in SW comer of Lang's Retrace ....... 7" 2 '.16 loved one.

1960 Lot 1 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace .......:.... 6 2 16 Think about it.
1929-60 Lot 2 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ......;..... 6 2 16 Mr. Ed Craten of Hamilton Hos- DAUatI
1929-60 Lot 6 of Block,57 of Lang's Retrace .....:...... 6 2 16 pital said "Its a wonderful thing af I
1 1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace ............ 7 2 16 Mrs. Simpson has done in getting I I r
: 1929-60 Lot 8 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace .....:...... 7 2' 16 this chair for the pediatric room of J 1
I 1929-60 Lot 3 of Block 57 of Lan 's Retrace .............. 6 2 16 the hospital. It a great help J'! {
. ... to mothers and He also said J tJ. t; "' i !} '
1956 Lot 6 of Block 54 of Lang's Retrace ... 7 2 16 nurses. "...
I 1960 SH cf lot 2 of Block 7 of Mobley's Additi
1959-60 100 ft x 235 ft. ..........:............ *... 7 2 16 ed people in Jasper who have a)I
,,I 1960 20 acres of N* of SW1 of'SE; % .......?? .... 6 2 16 care for our hospital. j "
I 1929-60 Lots 10 and 11 of Block 16:...:. ....;;;.....::... 7 2 16 !I Dr. Fred Mickler says he is! Short Sleeve SHIRTS SWIMTRUNKS'r fly .ao es' NEW SPRING

1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 57 ,.,-,.....:. f '6 2 16', delighted with the Easy chair for |i .
1960 20 acres in SE corner; less portion'1n er--r 2 16' the pediatric room. It is a wcnderful -: ,

1929-60 (E%) Lot 2 of Block! 13 .....:..:.-:.,:,..,,f....... 7 2 '.16 addition to the hospital He I Reg. 1.98 DRESSESNow
1929-44 Lot 2 of Block 54 .........:.....:\-../.,;........ 7 2.,16// 'spoke of Mrs. Simpson as spearheading \
1954-60 Lot 2 of Block 54 ...:.....z_ .....?.... 7 2 161 the gift and how much he Now $1.00 and : :
1929-60 *rit x 143 ft. in SW corner .........T..W:. ...-. 7 2 16 appreciated it and the interest})
YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear and show cause before s-i:"' i man-tested' in tine hospital. Dr.: REDUCED
... .. 2 for
Court on or before the 6th day of June, A. D 1963. !why: t"e fee si" .J- Mickler went on to say that the ': r" $3.00 ,,,' Special Group
title said lands should not be by said Court decreed to I : Reg. 9.98 . . . .
patient to in ,
free and clear of all liens and claims:-dt \"e11knl: and such fee was place them just.such -

is simple title in said County thereby foreever. !.etci: confirmed and a chair relaxed and feet on: .. -- ., .- $100 7.00
now __
the floor i __ __ _________
I said County, free and clear of all liens and claims of every kind and such ONLY .
fee is simple title in said County thereby forever q5 ted, confirmed afrl, There is so much we can do, Mrs. I Boys Shorts and Briefs .----------- '; :,. .f't':' =- -
I- of each and o.f your; Sicpson if you will lead the way. I Is r -
set at rest any and all claims on the part everyone f r o I Wff .Reg. 41.95 j _
and are warned that.on or after the aforesaid return date a decree *. ., 2 pair 88cLORD' )
will you be sought. '..._.j, Monday morningg May 27, the a. < '- .

IT IS ORDERED: that this Amended Notice will be published four "College ofthe Air concluded the I 't 'tf
of general circulation ahd course of Economises" fo rthe cur- '. ;
,. tunes in the Jasper News, a newspaper ll'
published in Hamilton County, Florida.p .-, ., R-tv' ." : : rent year: i. e. It was a, 6:30 class j ', .
WITNESS my hand and official.'spa).Jtysjth 8aybt Mal and I missed a good many ,rot: pur DAYTO'N"SHORTS
guests during the hour:
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.., ,.". -.,.. -, ,-*. Clerk Circuit Court "of Hamilton -Mrs. Barbara Bryan went to i : SAVE NOW I .., now only 66e-
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of Circuit Court aforesaid: PRICES BLASTED TO BITS if-- '
by Alice Jones Deputy Clerk 3 2.00. \'
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'e .1 I1 / Like a socket! You(. aid, its; t rolls/'iVise: than men fools learn learn more from from the .'S 0 X. \ p SALE; .Ji .....,j AMAICJ' Ar

We do things in a quiete-effid 't ,
wise. This saying dates back to Reg: 79c'
,d M. lent manner. Just can us-yjhenj: the early Roman days and is asfcjle \' SHORTS SETS

i .. you are faced with an electrical I now as it doubtless was 2 pair $1.00MErr -
problems. We do new \yvang 1 J then. ? only $3.98u'

and repair. 'r i J I i, The foolish element of today i
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1 i provides many lessons in how "* r
USED T-V not to solve a problem or how > _' 7" Girls'I SVVEVI SUITS
not to handle a crisis. This is a s : '. : .. '
somewhat negative but effective L*. *.? -Special Group-
: 7 ONLYSOUSED approach to learning. The wise Short Sleeve SHIRTS --

learn much from observing the si.oo $2.00
/ ineffectual and inept deportmentof
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the foolish element which is Reg. $1.98 !
"U tt j' Remember! You Can
Refrigerator .always with us. That the fools

do not learn something in turn CHARGE at. .
NOW 4 for ,
-.. Nowadays is the very reason that they are \ __ $5 only $1.66LADIES' -.

It costs no more ONLY $75 and will remain fools. .

; 0 : Eordecentwire However don't be foolish .

, ,:. "iAtrnyr&n*store. ? SEE :THEM enough to better that any laundry ... 'c ..
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Watch for a red date on jourrdry j I f $" aa off!" "' 4 "'0 ;LfidfCL ...,.Where Better Quality
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I : the .petition to help circulate the 'Bulk WHITE,SPRINGS .H'-r h,;- ," 'M1-.'NOTICEJOF' TAX 'SALE .
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You And Your. : School!( }{.. .,4 1 petition consolidation after the' meeting.becomes If and Sell Highways i,CLUB*NEWS Notice is hereby.. given that on the 3m day of June 1363" at the hour of
a reality -\
when i twelve o'clock noon at the courthouse in the County of Hamilton Stateof

Ii by M L., Powell: ., ,,'Principal 1, 'Ja.. per Schools it wfll no longer be a Jasper i ManufacturerBulk The.Senior 4-H Club meeting was 4 Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on. the following described_

Recently it was our privilege! and lies,navenew location, one of!'affair, program or schooL It will bea held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the :land to pay the amount due for 1962 taxes herein set opposite the same,
Hamilton County High School belonging White Springs High School. Teina 'together with all costs of such sale and all advertising..
pleasure to sit in. on, one of the their first concerns is how good' and White tobacco curing has received
to Jennings Cason, President called the meet- DESCRIPTION S. T. B. Acres OWNER Ami.of .
Rural Area Developmental (RAD) and modem are the schools in this! much as it does several shots-in-the arm from var- '
meeting of Hamilton County.It was :location. If jthe schools are modems I to'Springs Jasper.just Dependable as people from''l ious leaders in the tobacco indus ing to order. We sauted the United :SEy acres on JTW N side' and of 10 s. ..

interesting and challenges to listen i i and are doing a good.job and have all sections of the county will beasked try recently. States Flag and the 4-H flag. Rheba NEi of SW _U. IN 11B 50 Josephine Morris_II _

to the key Technical Action Program 'a well balanced_diversified program :- to sit down and plan togetherthe I Robert W. Wilson, general mana- Morgan gave the devotion. All lying N A W of state Jennie A. Rayam 't.U. .
(TAP)personnel out line the both the industry lux family kind of bigh school they would ger of Powell Manufacturing Co. We were joined by both Secre- Road N. t 13 IN HE 57 Lonnto Smith ,I.U'
\ possibilities for the improvement of will consider going lJntoulhe,new I }That part of N% ofNEK .
like to see their children have. Now which ,owns on industrial facility taries and minutes read. This beingour lying W of State Road ; ."
Hamilton County.If this program is location. By the same token, if the; IN UE _._.,._. '
if the people of Jasper who patronize devoted exclusively to the production -, last 4-H Club meetmgwMrjst 0. 6'' 11 55. Lonnie Smith 11.01
consistently and persistently followed -I schools fail to meet .the standards I the largest school in the I of tobacco haresting and cur-\White, took up our record books.. _. acre more or less . ,i't: ..
I described In 0.'R. **
through ,it will surely'do of quality education demanded of I need that reported encouraging We had demonstrationsfrom IN 14E Thomas
I county see the desperate ing equipment, some Book 3$, pare 421 6 34 Amerson A wife 2.71
much for the development and our times, the industry and the EH of NEK lest 3 < .
their children have of attending' facts on 1962 prices for bulk i j some of the 4-H girls for the\ _
improvement of this county. However family will very likely look for],t a larger school and if they are.cured tobacco. j< j!,year 1962-63 *, That acres portion of E% of ** 2N HE 71 Francis Dayls Heirs 21.3;:
one of the another location. Good schools their l Daisy Melton NE 14 as described In '
willing to give up identity asa I "'Facts have proven that bulk|I II I: Reporter
O. R. Book 42.
fist much in the, direction of
steps mean
every Jasper High School, surely the cured tobacco, when cured by the II page 69 24 2N HE I Sylvester Curry *.23.
if :; r 1 in the improvement rural development. I,t patrons and parents of children|Powell-Hassler system, brought'I'' Lou 3 and 4 32 3N HE 12C Josh AOacar Rayam'._. J7tU.- .
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= of any area To this end the School,' I, The w>t< of Ga. Fractional' '
Jasper !i in the other school communities of more money than conventially cured -i i I second trailer is filled. trailer lot 213. Original 16th ;_
t !fir j either rural or Survey Committee is spearheading'the county can also see the 'need' tobacco in 1962" Mr. Wilsoni holds 10 racks (or approximately Dial of Lowndes ..... .
1 (urban is the im- I for larger school [than the one 100)) sticks of tobacco. County. Ga. except ... \_
I a drive looking towards the consolidation a i said in a speech to Florida tobacco 10 acres as described r .4
,tprovement of its and improvement of Hamilton -I.I 1 their children now attend. There is' growers at Lake City, Florida, last When used for conventional cur- in D. B. 4. pare 65, :;' ,/:-
I educational system at all why school consolidation -'J four replace the rac- and 1*' acres for no reason ing, stringers
and schools. On Thursday Even-I| I week. Church ______. 3N HE 24 Josh A Oscar Raayam E.4C
program (I should not result in in bulk are
| kers used curing. .
ing June 6 at 8:00 p.m. I "From surveys"conducted in 1962 Lot 1 of Block 1
This is the task held wide inI school improvement for the entire carried on the machine and string Stephen's Subdivialon 3 2N 12E .Vi Edith Mobley $1.09
be a county meeting .North Carolina,State College
to which we are Let ,again that this lby tobacco it is conveyed to 1/3 acre more or leas .v... -
county. us the as
I committed the Jasper High School auditorium :' personnel tobacco farmers in recorded In D. B.29, .. .}.
herein I will be a ''decision tfir the peopleto them through the belt system. The ( '
SIS and lot
I for those interested in the consolidation North Carolina using pur units re- f l I,,i pace as
Hamilton described In D. B. 39.
Jasper and n County.r This will be the make. hundreds trailer will carry approximately _.. .
movement I ceived $2.49 moreper Bryan Annex 31 2N 14E 14 Josh Raam ..-._ 1.otl
This. is a task in which we must kickoff meeting for the circulation : -: Those interested in the consolidation -.pounds for their:: bulk cured tobacco!(100(barn.sticks of strung tobacco to the a SEIf'At of of SEM SWK of SE_% _23 10 IN IN liE 12E 20 40 Fletcher William Johns A Mary_. 1013

have the wholehearted active cooperation of the petition requesting the movement will have the oppor-1 than they did for tobacco they had I The PoweD plant is producingthis Lou Smith ., 1310. .
of the people of the coun Board of Public Instruction to calla tunity of hearing a, man who has',cured in coneventional barns, "Mr. I W of SEX of SW% of .
I year, for the first time ,the NEtt 14 IN 12E 5 Ed Dee. 1.C4
ty if we are to accomplish thispurpose. bond election not to exceed wide and varied experiece with I Wilson said. only all-steel bulk curing barn on I I SK of S% -of SE% *; S%
If the consolidation of the 400000.00 for the specific purposeof consolidated schools for the last j i Mr. Wilson also said that hisi addition of SBtt of SWtt ..._12 IN HE 10 Ottls GunsbT 19.65
the market. It is a study, I N of of 12 IS HE 20 Sunelcct. Inc.- I.n.-
% SWH NWtt
schools of the county is the answerto I building and equipping a county several years. Mr T. H. Wall who is i firm was highly gratified that the tive, efficient long lasting additionto S% of Lot 2 of Block
this problem then the people of consolidated high school on the Principal o fthe Lowndes County I R. J. Reynolds Cohas\ selected the modern tobacco farm. Theyare A. Lang's ._._11 23 15E U Est'elle Oakley _. %...1IiI
the county must rise to the task of I Jasper Elementary School site. The High School out of Valdosta will be t I three Powell-Hassler units and had also'manufacturers of the lot where com.Jewitt at a point Street v .', "r'a. '

seeing that this be done at the|! committee would like to have every present with us on the June 6 meet-'I purchased one of Powell's exclu- rid's. only tobacco combine. intersects the O. S. -i / .'.. '., ,.. '- -,Y
earliest possible moment. When. person in the county who favorsI ing and will give a short presentation sive tobacco combines"for use on I w Mr. Wilson said that bulk curing F.north R/W 225 and ft. run W 225 ft. ,,. (l J ';'
prospective industry is seekinga i I such a present for this theconsolidation movementin N. C. .
program of their tobacca farm uvBertie is making fast,gains throughout the E. 220 ft. S. 220 Ft.
location site or even when fami meeting and to come ready to sign the neighboring state of Georgiaand Adding to bulk curing progress, nation and that with'' increased I That to point part of of Block beginning S 7 2S 16E 14 Robert Morgan 2.1'-.
what he thinks about it. Mr.'Mr. Wilson has just announced that acceptance last year, higher as recorded in O. RI "

.-. Wall is a very prin-,j they have developed'tobacco grower doBars,paid for bulk cured leaf, Book Caldwell's 13. page Surrey 249 6 IN 14E % Charlie Steve Smith ..

I Notice of Public Hearing ciple and administrator and under-t I harvester for either>bulk or con and ,the' newest developments for S...ti 1 and Wife ________ 19101
stands the problems of both the,jventional harvesting of tobacco. mechanizing tobacco farms effici- DAN BRAS WELL,Tax Collector, Hamilton County
; On 'City Budget large and small schooL We would The system used on this machine ently and at low initial costs that .
like very much for our people to II I has been proved in the field since bulk curing of tobacco should now

: Notice is hereby given that the City of Jasper, have an opportunity hear Mr., 1961. rapidly spread through farms all GAGS
Wall. this
I I !i When used in bulk curing, across the American tobacco belt.
Florida, will hold a Public Hearing on its proposed t, We know quite well that the deci. i new harvester uses four primers .
sion of school consolidation will not t:'j' The .
I four rows at a time
1963-64 Budget on Monday Night, June 3, 1963, at be an easy one. There will be pressures and takes the harvested leaves I WAATS THE IDEA I WAS A AND IN EVERYONE$
primers place
j i 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Building, for the purpose 1! exerted both,for and againslI between belts which conveys them SAME! TO You AND KNOW WHAT
I i I the proposal but this is one issuethat !1.1 into the bulk racking chamber. I EVERY: TIME A THEY'RE THIN / '
: of giving' any interested persons an opportunity to I we hope every person in th! When this chamber is Mil ,it is I 9 PRIVATE SALUTES

be heard for or against the estimate'oLany item i county will decide for himseelf or 1 1 turned to a racking position and the Yopmay. ? S 2 .
the merits of the issue alone. side is loaded. A man on the ? I '
I thereof. 1 empty Is SALUTED ASs
machine racks the tobacco and '
I R. H .FISK, hoists the rack tobacco into the THE M 13EST TOWN

CITY MANAGER, 1 conveying trailer which is pulled '

tOID I behind the machine. This trailer '
For The City Council e
holds the racks of tobacco in a nor- .
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... -" I led driectly to the barn while aFarmers the -m.os, r

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: & *& Baseball DiamondA
. : t There is nothing} more plainly 115: ratf 28:18"; ; Acts This. Weekend .., .. *
taught In the New Testament than 3:22-23. ,
KNOW YOUR. NSk'T,EN Y i'_ the fact that Christ built his church. 3. It exhalts Quist as the only head Three days of commencement. activities'will : jJTLiT group of local citizens are mak-

It is a settled fact in the mind of of the church. Eph. 1:22-23, 'Ccl 1:8 j get underway Saturday ing plans to solicit donations locallyto
1 r TOBACCO HOR3Wtoir. | sd all right thinking people that every 24. .- at'Valdosta State College And will i ----- light a ball diamond which win
**>***** 'responsible human being should be 4. It binds no name but the scrip come to a close with the graduation MRS FRANCES HOGAX I be used for midget baseball games
exercises on Monday morning Mrs. Frances Hogan 51. resi.I and for Softball games. The size
+ or tomato a member of the Lord's church. tural nameCHRISTIAN its I
i This large, red horned worm feeds heavily geco upon .June 3. similar.
of the two fields is
Slants. It; doesn't take these pests long to do.wlo *iase. once Yet. multitudes of people are members members. Acts 1JU26; 1 Pet 4:16. dent of Jasper died Monday morn-I
I a number of them begin chewing Into a :, ,' } a f, of churches that the Bible 5. It pleads for unity of all believersin Approximately 120 graduating o ing in a Gainesvlle hospital I This step is being taken because
;j. Tobacco; hornworms spend the *knows nothing about .and yet feel Christ .John 17:20-22: 1 Cor 1:10: seniors will receive diplomas from f 1 I Hogan was formerly City Clerk before -]'I it appears that the school team
Winter as mahogany-colored- {they are in covenant relationship. Eph. 413. Dr. .J. Ralph Thaxton. VSc presei- .[ illness forced her retirement. would not use a lighted field often
,T 2-inch shelled long pupae in the hare soil.a distInctive These- ?r ww. with God. 6.. The church of r Quist believes in ,She was a faithful and devout member -'!I enough to make the expense worth-
pupae dent.Weekend of the Methodist Church :
Jasper while.
slender tongue case on the I want to list a group of reasons speaking where the Bible speaks. festivities will begin .
front, end From these pupae in I as taught in the scriptures as_ to and being silent There the Bibb with: the'! : ,1 I Survivors are ixr nusfoand, Rufusi'i I fhe fu.1dWId'! be lighted'amI
jflate spring;large fast-flying moths {why you should be a member -lent I Pet. 4:11;. : '3&-, fn Hogan. Jasper one aaugfrterv'Mrs. then donated to the school upon
isit to 6finches I I cheeorifon Satur&ay the college Shuler Gainesville One t I
emerge. Wingspread .. Audie son
Christ's Church .and then invite 7 It believes that the Gospel of dining haH. ]I I completion.
tip to tip. These 'grayish Brunswick Ga. two
Terry Hogan
brownish mottled moths often |you to the services of the churchat Christ preached in its purity and II
tcc Oa Sunday at 4 p.m.. Dr. BartonA. brothers T. R. Davis Glenwood I
\azte mistaken for humming birdsas b Oak Grove to study these and simplicity in God's power .and ,i
Dowdy. Dean of the Georgia Springs Colorado, Edward Davis,
they dart and hover about :flow- other scriptures which wIll have a power enough to draw men unto
ers at dusk sipping,nectar. great bearing on your and my salvation. God Romans 1:16. .John 6:4445.B. Christian College will deliver the I I California one sister Mrs. Phil Di- 8Me>>-
Females lay eggs under the R I' Paul through inspiration It teaches that one must obey the Baccalaureate sermon. ; eter of Lynn Mo. aSTtsR
.leaves. In about a week,tiny horn-
worms appear to start eating t |tells us to prove all things .and to gospel to heujg&vecL: In order to Immediately following the Bacca- Funeral serv.cetere held on _
their destructive way across the .yc 'hold fast to that which is good. I Obey onetmust linear' God's word laureate service, faculty and stu-I Tuesday in the .Jasper Methodist
plants. Hornworms feed vpracl- t Thess. 5:21. Peter says"But santify 'Rom. 10:13-14.(b>) Believe. .John dents and friends and parents of Church, the pastor the Rev. O. C. S. E. MERCER
I ously reaching maturity' in, 3 to .the Lord God in your hearts, and ,8:24. (cJ.Repeff' Acts 17:30 (d). CJon- the graduating; class are invited to I Howell officiated. Mrs. Charlie. I S. E. Mercer ,69, well known res-
4 Tobacco weeks. hornworms. have red yet safe method:to battle Insects.A b .i .ady always' tcrgive an answer. less Christ,Matt 10:32: (e) Be Bap an informal tea. to be held on theI Rhoden was organist for the ser c'snt of Jasper, passed away Sat-
horns and'seven oblique.white new type-c1ie nlcal. a carba- I to every man that asketh you a tized for the-remission of sins, I,| ice. | .rday morning. Survivors are his
stripes across a dark green body. mate has :been,_introduced for reason for the hope that lieth within Mark 16:16 Acts, 2:38 1 Pet. 3:21. .I Pallbearers were C. D. Barker, wife Mrs. Hattie Mercer of Jasper,
Tomato hornworms have black hornwonn control. Called Sevin 1 you with meekness and fear" 9. It recognizes no church organi- Cor. 1:10-13, Why not come withus Earnest Courtoy W. R. Dail, Luther I three daughters Mrs. Maurice Ben-
horns with eight V-shaped stripeson 1nsecUclde*.wide/it combines of high insects I Peter 3:15. We have set up no zation other than: that each congre- back to the Bible back.past all I Griner Marvin Rodgers and'i nett Mrs. Lester; Hurst, both of
the green body. including to a hornworms range;with greater religious standards we simply em- gation' is independent and autonomous of the doctrines of men back t> Dale Braswell. Interment. was in't I Jasper, Mrs. Carl Shiver of Twin
1 they When can hornworms almost defoliate are numerous tobacco safety :to; humans. and warm- phasize the Bible as'the sole with Christ as head of the the purity of New Testament Evergreen Cemetery.! Harry T.I|I Lakes, Georgia; two sisters Mrs.
5 r with consequent profit loss to the blooded animal}} .* thatt- .many.. ether source of authority in all things church.. Acts 20:28. Phil 1:1 Col I Christianity as it flourished in the Reid Funeral Home was in charge. i I: Florence Cranford, :Mrs. Beatrice
lamer. Hand picking in small insecticides; : II Tim. 3:16 Acts 20:32. 1 Peter 1:3 1:1g. first century before any of the or- l Phillips both of Valdosta
plots Is helpful but in commercial Destruction of tobacco plants We believe Jhat the fruits of the 10. It worships. according to the I ganizations of man came into ex- !I Funeral services were held Sunday -
fields chemical control is immediately and after winter harvest plowing as wen are seed sown today will be the same New Testament pattern John 4:23- istence; obey from the heart the terrace of Ashley HalL 1 at four p.m. in the chapel of
more practical. and tomato as good cultural methods to destroy' as those!! in. the fjrst, century. if the 24 Eph.,5;19.Acts 207. ., 1 form of doctrine as taught _by the The Honorable George R. Lilly, !I Harry ;r. Reid :Funeral Home. The
.production-' Because tobacco requires much hand oTerwint@ring hon w nns.'insect, ? same edjr-ScMhi'in? ,the Hearts of 11. Its mission"I Js.jit: save souls bypreaching inspired apostles Christ Romans Judge of the Superior Courts, Southern Rev. Hubert Hendley; assisted by
labor farmers .need an effective control ezperts'point out.;._. FNS. lna Wyke That thejesult _vin the.gospel,teaching G*>dIy 616-18.1: Cor 15:1-4 and then,the Circuit of Georgia, will be the :|the Rev. Sayer eanova, officiated.i .
0 :t. '.'<". ., ___. be anrundettDminaUonal Christian', Jiving and helpahe poor ss jt1tSj :Lord wills add YQU to His church. 1 principal speaker at the Commencement -Miss i Virginia Vickery played for-
and that unity!i of.believers i can be Rom l:161.2tt.,2/Actsl... Acts 2:47. Coll:13-14. exercises on -Monday at '.jJl s ice. Pallbearers were John
.' attained through God's word. ."iS:2&, ';' ;r$: If you desire to study any of the 10:00 a.m. vf%;? $. V Dedi ma1t vM\R.ob: _
HORACE JR. 1. You can read about that churchof : 12. Its future-eternal gIotY'.with l statement herein please feel free Both the Baccalaureate service I Bison: Henry 'Benfbf 1, :M rvu1to'-
Christ in the Bible. Matt: 16rl8; 'Quist.. Eph. '5:23, 1 Cor. 15.24,, to call or write to us. and the Commencement exerciseswil Cain, Barney Burnham. Interment
f 'I Roman 16:16: ; Eph. 1:22-23 Rom. 8:14.17.,1Thess 41318. I Kenneth E. Thomas, Box 226God Ibe held in'the'college gymnasium was in Evergreen cemetery in Jas-

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: fi om sz ch'p }}'do fridsa?of+-lacksotrviltejat :;;.t'i. Z.n {i ,!if9ftJ't""f., : '.
jtreatingf others just as you love to Sunday ivitli/Mri, Webbbrothers br.o\-. j- -Ibr".4'' :1"' ''''' Y i. .
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be "figatett" .yourself. in-law andoifelferr Mr. and, 'Mrs; t: );. #
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s- i Mrs. Annie Morgan left Wednesday :Mr. and Mrs. bon DeLoach and .

f I May 15, for Atlanta to be with 1 children.of Pinetta had dinner Sunday :

her daughter;Mrs. Juanita Evans, j I with Mr,. and Mrs.DavidT Keeling r NOW! '

who entered an. Atlanta Hospital. ] Also visiting the Keelings ,. :
May 22 to undergo. surgery. I
. : Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Keeling and grandmother: ,. Mrs. :
I Jack Vaughn is home after being ..
t confined to a Gainesville Hospitalfor *- *
( i iI the past several. days. i I i, Mr. and Airs. Cleveland Selph
I and children spent Sunday in Live

I MISCELLANEOUS. SHOWER. Oak.with Mrs. Selph's parents,..Mr..* "' "'*"! .. ... ...........zoa.: .. '
Lf: .rj ('V f <**tf Vw* & *'* *t'eQdMrs. p F Kelley Sr. <
r -Mrs.J.1;t1'."Skeen; entertained Mrs BRIGHT 'P JASPER) f fl OAK GROVE OITTRCH OF CHRIST

x Douglas Tuten with a miscellaneous +'i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and BAPTIST CHPKCHPastnr Ii r' Between Jasper and Jennings
m 4' shower at the home of her mother, children Cindy and Wesley were "Hey' U .' .pri highway 41

Mrs. Connie Morgan on Thursday up from Jacksonville spending Sun r- ,. t Sunday School ... dJ OO a.JIJ "Sunday" .f foaj.} Bible Study 10 toll

i night, May 16, Quite a large group j(JI day with Mr. and Mrs. Winston I Working: Service 1:00'. 6:30 a.rr/; 'Worship Service .i 11 to 12

attended and Mrs. Tuten received ,Williams. The children remainedfor Training Union '_ 'Sunday Evenings Service .r.'v7:00;

t lots of lovely gifts. Delicious .refreshments -I II a longer visit witfi their grand- I Evening Worshi 7:30 Wed. Evening Bible Study.....7:00

Jesse Mitchell caught his biggest I I of cookies, candy, potato parents.. I Midweek Pttds:_. curl Phone WE&2091 .v. '
fish last week and excited r -tsP Wednesday at p.m.
was so chips and Pepsi-Colas were ; yr -. -
he had to go back to the pondafter I I served Mrs., Tuten Is the former. : Mrs. Essie Wynn of Lee is sPend-, I JASPER:METHOflST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

his fishing pole after lettinig us 1 I I Miss Everlee Driggers. I ing some time with her son4n lawand j Above, Ed Meadows displays a couple of ripe peaches just before "The Friendly--Church" Sayer Canova Pastor.

I *. ?* daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. Claude, picking, on the small patch planted in partnership with Jack Vinson. Pastor R>y..().-G Howell Sunday School at ,_.,,_..,, 9:45 .
take the
above picture. Mrs. B. W. Wells of Madison Horne.- 'Note, the size the trees reach in their second year Ed harvested ORDEI;OF. J\KV1CE Morning Worship ____._ 11:00 ajn.

-' = It was caught in Wise's pond. County is spending some time in! I several bushels, even tho the trees are not supposed to bear until Sunday School) ) ;.; ., _'_* 9:45: a.m. Training Union ............_ 6:15
I, Hamilton this week. i Mr.and Mrs. Elmer Deas of Jas- the third year.Hamilton Morning Wors&p) .1 T-/Y -00 a.m. Evening Worship .........7:30
,' Fishing has been,good in Hamilton I per spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Everyone lavlted Prayer Services Wednesday -

county this spring. A couple of Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Sullivan\r R. :J. Murphy Jr. EVENING SERVICES at 7:30 p.m.

weeks ago Ralph Jackson was and children of Macon Georgia, i s s Junior FelToW'sbip,-_-6:00 p.m. ---
passing out five-pound bass to all spent Saturday night and Sunday 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nunn and Mrs. 4 dC iL J Intermedia *YelToWshirf 6:00 pjn.Yontb. JASPER CHURCH OF GOD

his ,friends, bu .hey wouldn't" tell With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. j Nunn's sister MIss'Doris AdamgofJennings 4rt Feao mpc: ;.; d00; ,p.m.Wonhp Rev. Earl Deas.

')v ere. #Jiey i .came.. '.front, .,t&Jrt.. ., ape Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Gar-}- ''and! Rev. .and Mrs 'Ollie ,eServ cgaf.-! -:,";(;00; '.pt- Sunday School :'.._... '10:00lLm.

< _.1; ._ ,. f Farnam and son Ronnie 6f Jasper Yxrath Sociall1lQtlr'.jQ9; -P-ffl' Morning Wojship _. 11:00,"s.m.
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1 visited Mr.. and Mrs. George.Young -- Evening Worship 7:00'pjn.
Sr. Sunday afternoon. PIUMmyE TUESDAY

CLASSIFIED f APS I .* *. K ... Y'. : L Bible Sltfdr"at'" fJ"'EtIr aeh- Sun. Prayer Meeting -:..- 7:30 p.m.
Vacation Bible School. 'will beginat ; Church Service 11 a.m. 7 pan FRIDAYS
II; I Corinth Baptist Church Monday ) Each: First and 3rd Sunday. Y. P. E.-...___ 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE-% -inch G.E. Televis- PIANO FOR SALE Upright -
prac- night, June 3. At this time a study fi PBYE 6:00 p.m. each: Sunday
ion, fine condition. $75. Mrs. Geo. tice piano in good condition. $150. -' j pastor
I course on the Book: of Acts will : Elder L. M..fDeVanet... PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Oldham -
June Montgomery. 792-6751. Itp also be held. Everyone .is invited! 1A WHITE SPRINGSRev.
7"- ----- ---fREPAIRS JASPER
ATHLETE'S FOOT Germ How to attend. I SERVICERev. Ed. Montgomery Jr. Pastor

Kill it in 3 days-If not pleased We t Trepair all types t .CHURCH E. F, Montgomery JR., Evening Service: .......7:30 p. m.

with strong, instant-drying T4L, TV and radios, also small appliances i! I Sunday ,School-9:45,< a. m. BURNHAM CHRISTIAN

your 48c back at any drug store. Mannings Radio Service, I Service .......- 11:00 I CHURCH
Watch infected skin slough off. See i, Jasper 4SY 2-4421. .
healthy skin replace it. Itch and I 1 :. tic-I JASPER ADVENT Paul H. Stewart, Pastor
Wise's'' FURNISHED APARTMENT For Sunda School each Sunday 10:00
burning are gone. Today at j CHRISTIAN CHURCH
II I rent/ur 792-6331, :s5.._ Church Service Second and Fourth
and Store. tairSlfc-
Drug Store Kayo's Drug:; Call! no-I Rev Travis Otfter
Jasper. M31c bert Ehlert, ReleaLEst. e.' I Sunday School ......*AY'10 a.m Sundays 11:00
ker. r tfc I .i'f i//4 Morning Service ........11:00 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and

HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 County peaches werecareBjUjKya: i kagecl and advertisedas Sunday Night Service .... 7.,:30 p.m. Fourth Sunday nights 6:30
bedrooms, near downtown, $7500. SEVERAL USED REFRIGERA I Let such in Mike's Grocery early last wee.fc t peaches here were Wednesday night ,. ,-.
Let us show you this one, only one TORS-Best of condition. Priced from Cecil Kennedy's orchard. They harv sffeo/kh qt 30 bushels. These Choir Practice ....'.... 7i50\ p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST

f of several listed with Robert Ehlert to rH. Mannings Radio Service. MOORE REGISTERS : trees are also only a little over a year olds .'. ., ; Prayer Service 8:00p.m. "Enter Rest Pray"
Phone SY 2441 tfe REGISTER FORMS --
SY2-6331, or with W. L. Bryan SY2- --
Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr.
2985, Registered Real Estate Brokers AND ACCESSORIES Early Maygold *peaches were acres of the 'peaches here, in the DIVONIA BAPTIST' CHURCH Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.
tfc. OOn USED TV Installed for available in Florida this year and Tallahassee area there were about WALLACE P. BENNETT Pastur each 8
Prayer Meeting Thurs
$100 and Up. Mannings Radio first Hamil- bushels sold this week at School _.. *J LI'D.rea.hlng p.m.
in Jasper for the time 5,000 j[ lnnday : -r = Worship Services 2nd and '4th
FARMERSMONEY Service, SY.-4421: Jasper tfr ton County grown. peaches were prices ranging from $8 to $10 peri > : <1,1 ..m. Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m
...tf1lt.. R-30p.m.
sold in local' grocery,stores. Next I bushel. Training Union

for your farm opera- EXTRA GOOD 7 room house on year the local crop should be much,, Gadsden County peach growers PreachingWednesday: m.pO p.m. i l NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

tions at reasonable cost. Termsto Central Avenue for sale. 2 baths, larger, according t.Qtbe. growth. the -are-so pleased *the acceptance. night PrajfcC_, .& Rev/N. M. Rowell pastorSur'iay
trees i making.** v .1 1'! .. .._ :::30 paw School Sunday at
fit your needs. Loans cqp to water softneri;.wateir"lwater, carport are '. of their product that they plan to Meeting -- --'--- every
.'t While there are,,only about 30 double their in the coming 10:30 a.m.
7 years. Can North Florida Production I many other extras. Call W. acreage OF GOD
CHURCH Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave L. Bryan 792.2985, or Robert Ehlert I year. Sunday WEST LAKE School: ] 10:00 a.m. Training Union ............ 6:30 1 ju.
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 792-6331 Registered Real Estate I ....Nr F I L.E Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Y.P.E. Sunday -. .. 6: S'm Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at
Brokers.. tfc MNFsl f Conner said the present marketing Prayer Meeting. Thure. .. 7:80 p.rr _.7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY ._
uwa experience of Florida-grown peaches -
FOR SALE Good Modern Home NEEDED s........Meanaa.iaeh.MM FOLDERSand irdicates it may become one of WHITE SPRINGS BAPTIST
and 2 acres on paved road near VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH JcnQinc. Florida
.s.S4 er-.e. raskll c.... the more important crops in the
Jasper. Deep well screened porch. Live Oak. Florida for,all youi ucawTyflOr Other in the near future. Rev C. E. Bailey, Pastor Nathan Wooley Pastor
$2500 down. See W. L. Bryan. SY2- ................w Office Needsat state Sunday Scb f".J 10:00 a.m. Sunday School....... no 10:00 a.m
musical needs from and A article from the Quitman
organs news "'GO a.m.rraining
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II Morning Service (Each Sunday)
2985 or Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331. I
pianos to record and record play. Mra e Mend. .-- M area mentioned some 2,000 acres
7.00 at
Union ........_. p.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday
Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tfc r. tic i enenmini: Jiim mi mrut i i iiiiii 111 IIUQI I in trees there and said that
peach Evening Service .___... 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne / k The Jasper News i Quitman orchardists had ]leased additional Wednesday prayer> ,.!fvice. ?8 p.m.f Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday
River Suwannee Rea- USED ELECTRICJIANPM. FOR THE JASPER NEWS :1 SY 2-6331.! I[ acreage in north Florida at 7:30 p.m.
at Springs. '
Sale Good cfendMoar?$%. 'and CHURCH
f '. 2 to be rla..c:: next! :: winter. FIRST METHODIST
sonable. Inqure'Robert Ehlert, Real $So. ith; ".nninr. Radio' Repair \t h .. .I Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW.
Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc Jasper tfe. ill =1-, Sunday School ._...-_.u 10:00 a.m. D. Stewart, pastcn-
I I (A class: for every age group Sunday School} 10:00 aon

PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect HOUSE FOR,SALE In Jasper In -THE AMERICAN WAY I Worship Service ._.._ 11':00 a.m. Morning Worship _.... 11:00 a.m.
Preserve Beautify Valuable I'j good location near hospital suit- r Youth Fellowship L...... ff:(>0 p.n Training Union __........ 6:30 p.m.

Photos, Documents Sealed in plastic 'I'able for two apartments. 7000. '. "I ... .... .. PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Wallet size 25c each, larger : ;i Sunday at
; : White Spring
every Wed. .
Call W. I "A SY22985.or Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
: Brya 4 -
size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for!: .i 4 1100 sta.; ;
mail orders. Robert EhlertfSST2t331, Reg. Real) BUT GOCXISTENCCIS t' Swift Creek, each Third Sunday GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF

dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 I[Estate Brokers. Other- propertyalso .. GET INTO TROUBLE-Wt NoT 8r'ti ; at ,3.00_p.m. GOD

West Howard Street, Live Oak available. tic a4 THE WAY TaIrRE DERNED $gltr.,. e FIRST METHODIST. CHURCH Rev. George F .Newton

Florida tic Sunday School........... 10:00 a.m.
\ Service of Your Doctor Jledi ae. STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Morning Worship ........ 11:00 aan.
NOTICETO 4 crwta 'our Local Medial Society awl the Allen Broker, Pastor Wednesday Night ........ 7:30
FREE LUBRICATION! 7HtS ''1orida Medical AMoaabon.. p.m.
ALL CONCERNED: ; I I Sunday Schovh I...-__ 10:00 a.m.
Prayer Service
We will give. a FREE Lobe Job I I wish to announce that I will not 4- THE GREAT UNWASHED Worship Ser\ic&.- 2nd and 4fh Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30

with each oil change-for. a be responsible for any debts contracted In Thackera '. book Pendca- Sundays .\: .,.... .... 11:00 a.m. .

limited time only! by anyone other than my- nis, someone said "Gentlemen, Jr. and ST. MYF Each.',.Sunday.. '. 'at7Oa' .JENNINCSSSEMBLY'..,' OF GOD
.Firestone Tires self and my son,, ck1ahc1. ,'1 x her' can be little doubt that Meeting Each p.m Thursday at I CHURCH
f'yottr ancestors were the Great Prayer
.Dclco Batteriesat Raymond Perry (Pete) Strickland Unwashed." It is a fact that 8 t ?nqd aY School each Sunday at .r'Services
competitive prices! t._ ; *._, M310 -. FRED TAYLOR'S w Bathing was not a regular, -- tataT 4 '4 -' 1 Each: Sunday morning
TEXACO STATION SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field C custom in the 16th 17th and SUWANNEE.CHURCH- ;OF I r .: and eveningOld

Jasper Telephone 792-2903 Cleaning, J. W. Darby Jasper I ,f.- 18th centuries. There was no THE NAZAnE> : i time Gospel Sing last Friday

Call after 6 p.m. tic E e F plumbing in the palace of Louis t Facil, Florida each month........... 8 p.m.
FARMS WANTED IF YOU II 8. XIV at Versailles and Queen : 1
PastorSunday .
would like .to. sell your farm, FOR SALE OR RENT Wonder Elizabeth. is reported to have Leslie C Poe
sea us. We have calls for farms Bar. Also 4 houses renting for 80.I -i r taken only one bath a month. School ....... 10:00': A.M FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
-week.: _W. L. Bryan Rtu The gentility class and others Preaching Service ..... 11:00 A.M. STATENVILLE GEORGIAD.
every dollars month each.
> 1,250.00
per -
who could afford it made much .
W. Pastor
SY Eyeing Service 7i30 P.M Kmnnon
Real Estate Broker. Phone
2.2985 SY 2-6331 Wonder Bar. Jasper" Fla M31p" ute perfumes. in those days, Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:A (Services Each Sunday)
or --- 4- f a-i Sunday School ._ .. 10:00 a.m.
furnished h..m.
-- --- FOR RE.'T--bedroom r-, Before the days of antisepses MISSIONARY ...
'UMtt CORINTH Morning Worship .. 11:00 y.n.
Georgia Plate Glass Co. or unfurnished' apartment! Tele- y Ea : ; doctors adnsed people to BAPTIST,CHURCHRev. Training Union ........_._ 6:30 ..
.Store Fronts phone 792-6951.. M31c tf s hale perfumes or aromatic -
NA Prayer Service. Wednesday at
crbs in times of foul-smelling Marcus pastor
Snrron Kesllvered : 7:30
FOR SALE 120 acres at $105 cndemcs.! The vinaigrette was Sunday School (every Sunday at 7:00 pjn.
.Tub Enclosures Showers per. acre near White Springs. 1% 'small box or bottle with a perforated except fifth Sunday) 10 -m. p.m._
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5
acres tobacco. Allhig and dry. wits top containing smelling Preaching Service 4ada Sunday WHITE SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL
VALDOSTA or other pungent substances -
40 acres woodland call W. L. a popular article to be I at IX iiroMamid.73t1 p.m. HOLINESS
RIDING HORSE Saddle and bridle Bryan 192-2985 or Robert Ehlert :: carried about.: The pomander Prayer Meeting'e cjb\C r. un u- S. School each Sunday 10:00 ....
I I For Sale. 2-year-old, gentle. II 792-6331. Registered Real Estate S .,r pomme dambre or ball ol 4;jTl :30 p.m. Preaching service every 2nd and

Call 792-2207. M31p Brokers. amber, was a perfume or mixture Training Union .. L" *;*n p.m. 4tb Sunday ax 11 Lm.1& 7:30 pjn
( of perfumes enclosed in a .. ...
Fed with "No Win"BB .1;;:
--- ------; up box or bag and carried on the -
DIRECTLY/ ON \." person to guard against infec SHORTHAND EBOOKS, two king=at
Dayfona Beach tion. About the size of a nutmeg I
; .- the pomander containedsuch JJJSPER NEWS

lorgts and Finest Heated Pool Color IV Lounge: I fragrant substances as

Free Golf Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge Planned SCHULTZ HILL MOBILE HOME cardamom ambergris, cinnamon marjoram cassia myrrh .t. M3fl -

Entertainment Rooms and Efficiencies and saffron and hung by a ..

Efficiencies from $&3 per wk.. .f Discount City the South's Largest chain about the neck or from ". *IKTLY CM THE .
Doyion '
Bedrooms horn $60 per wk Z. -a girdle. wlows- MOST
Less, than a century ago BEACH
See your Travel Agent or write J/iiI"/ : VALDOSTA! ,doctor*.ripften carried waD ag FAMOUS hrn"'all"'LYHSOaT .J
1O&ERTCORDES,Mr. : IS NOW IN sticks whose silver knobs heW u6IC -'(( '
Phone -atperfmsed sponge a> a prost .
CL2-043 g t 2''i MOB ;HoMisiAS: LOW AS ,;. -.t. wt teetioft+ the unpleasant '. &ia.u4.1Hh1 Uader i>t. ptmul
'-., -biers,.*' some infectious dis1: 1 /Nags. ..... :. direcliea of
fu. :i ; esses. Spraying perfume has .. C..&'J.
$1 DOWN Sales Tax, long,been used to improve the : e 1i f -, ... OPEN .I
No Cog Coat odor in a sickroom. ago
daring rations epidemics men, ,1..i'e :141* 0" YEAR ROUND
women and even children '.Nur" i3rae ; -

Open Till 10 pan.ScIwHz .-- smoked cigars in the belief Ac W IrR.1N'ueeitilfis.; "' ',C1r; jUSI r
odor of tobacco smoke protected ,
t tI r
J I I them from infection. ..
r ee Hill Mobile Homes Inc.
Since: modem medicine came a ,
oa the scene it has been weH t

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