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The Jasper news
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:Faith is a: rather unique term. It Miss Ann Camp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C Camp oft
Is used) to express human as:well .Stations t 1 The Hamilton County Tax Asses- ; Services are planned aNew ,; Jasper will represent the Chamber of Commerce: and Hamilton County -
as spiritual relations. It is, how Inspection I Roc Kenneth Tutee, has agreed to tFHA Promotes Hope Baptist Church starting in the "Queen of the Florida Crown" Beauty Pageant to be held in
ever, more frequently associated conduct a survey of exempted pro- September sixth. Guest speaker Jacksonville Beach on Saturday. August 31. Am was recent>n- crowned"Miss "
with deity. It belongs to a groupof Oil, m-75 In CountyThe jperties and establish an equal ,Recreation For will be Rev. J. T. Fann. Services Hamilton County" In the local contest

words: like beauty, friendship, assessment according to the, valueof will get under way with a song The contest is sponsored by the Florida Crown Council of Cham-

and love, that refer to one's state Florida Department of Agriculture these' ,properties.This Profit For'FrmersOutdoor '' 7:30- j>any Everyone. is be ns.jDf/2oauner e,whicMisfioditposedof li ties in the -*Qoo\\' of
of being;) ,and express one's'normal has started"constn1ct1on i survey' will be" completed 'invited.; Florida, of which the local chamber is a member.

disposition to act in specific situa- work'on .two inspection stations on during a 12-month period begin I recreation family farm i The contest will take place on Saturday, August 3L

tions and in characteristic fashion. Interstate Highway in Hamilton ning October 1, 1963 and will be'I style... is the "new look"on increas- i!ADULT CLASSES IN The three main features of this event are the Bathing Beauty Parade
These and other similar terms may I County, it was announced today handled by the.Assessor with only ing numbers of 'Florida's farms ',COMMERCIAL and judging at 3 p.m. in the bandshell at Jacksonville Beach; the Eve-

prove sharply revelatpry factors j by Commissioner Doyle. 'Connor'soffice. occasional assistance of one helper, and ranches People seeking a ning Gown Parade and judging at 8 p.m.. also In the bandshell. and
in character analysis. I when measurements are necessaryto I vacation pot, a campsite a picnic J then the corning of the new queen. AH of these are free to the
This group of words when taken The two, guaroV'stations,' which determine a correct e. area a nature trail, a shooting public; including the Queen's Ball, which follows the coronation.In .
An 3uflt education class in commercial -
win be-used tcfcheck vehicles car- '
as ,a unit--are grammatically The qty Board of Commiss- preserve. ,or a fishpond can now case of inclement weather, the events scheduled for the band-

1' ..... .known',as abstract>uns..They.are. rp i hg-agricultural to be completed products by;October are expected loners has budgeted $5,000 to pay! look;,tp their country neighbors to Ping,, and subjects shorthand bookkeeping-will begin, ty-In shell will be held in the Community{ Center Auditorium.

labels for subjective qualities 'y first. for auto expense. maps property provide outdoor recreation. Jasper, Monday night, September Why not plan a day at Jacksonville Beach, Saturday August 31,
p character and such they'/ cards and additional labor [ and "Miss Hamilton County" ?
as redift'icult necessary -; "Privately owned farm-based re- 19, at 7:Xl p.m. give your support
to capture and cloth'e vith to do the job. : creation- catching on'fast among} Other things are planned for Sunday and Monday to make a bigweekend
The Adult Class in
objective,./md quantitative Jyrminplogy. -! Freshman' Students At this time all the property in. soil and tti conservation. district ,subjects fin >Jennvxgs begins Sep- < at the Beach. On Sunday, at 7:30 p.m. In the Bandshell the

Their full meaninr>,md significance -: our county (farm and timberland: cooperaters'In Florida," said Jim tember 3. Anyone who wishes to Oth, ,annual Riverside Athletic League Weight Lifting Championship

are frequently) difficultto Start. to Madison. is, assessed on an equal basis. and i Hammett; State Conservationist forUSDA's '1 commercial work in Jennings ;Contest will be held.
comprehend. and express with j therefore it is necessary that our I Soil'Conservation-Service.lard'take who does not need high'school On Monday, which will be Labor Day, the festivities will begin
mathematical accuracy., This fact! College TuesdayStudents other real estate be equalized to I1t noon when a mobile band will travel up and down the beach and
I "Eighty-five and ranchers credit for the subject, may enroll '
will. appear in connection with'the conform with the measures outlined have established one or' more i time. play dance music for merrymaking groups along the strand.
declarative statements :any M At 1:30 p.m. an authentic Indian Dance Exhibition is scheduledfor
following start returning to North by the Florida Statutes as prises during 1962. On additional
ex-: : Those whodesire credit must en- the beach In front of the recreation and
when their contents are fully Florida .1uniorOillege: campus on fair! assessments.The Income-producing recreation enter- picnic area.
: I I roll not later than September 10. At 2:30 theU.S3farine Reserve Corps will mock
stage a
amined. Wednesday according to Mrs. Kathleen Tax Assessor informs us 99 district jcooperatore plan to install p.m. as-
called the i t autt on the beach' using amphibious craft smoke
Abraham-sometimes Van Alst, director of Counseling that 1j one or more outdoor ,landing screens,
that this does not mean property recreation CEMETERY WORKING
father of the faIthful"symbolize Services. Sophomore and facilities. 583 other 1 I tununy explosives and machine gun fire.
will asseessed 100
be at cooperators : -
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"faith""in its maximum de- second semester freshmen begin At 3:00 p.m. the annual Women's Ocean Marathon Swim will start
cent replacement value, but assess have recently iindicated an interest 'There will be a clean-qp day
holiness" has j 'r and after the finish of the the Marine Reserve craft will
r cree.. The "beauty of orientation and counseling on Wednesday in Church race landing
ed at a good common sense value establishing some form held at Prospect on September
l no rival in human experience. The, and will register on,Fridayof theirmowers be on public display on the beach.
and factored for tax purposes as of outdoorr:recreation enterprise toronnectiori I I 3. Everyone bring
N bonds of friendship that'united Jonathan this-week. is our other.real,estate* ;?with their regular farm r and come. Later more Indian dances and finally a rock'n roll band will play
i and Pavid; are without a Freshmen and transfer students and ranch>perations," he said. I for dancing in the bandshef.Membership .
The In a preliminary check* it has .
in .human history. win-eturn the
parallel campus 'on Sep-
In the nine southeastern states, '
11 love'of God! shown in the redemption tember 3 for orientation and coun- been found that 31 houses are not ,2,576 farmers,. ranchers, and growers -1; Lions Hear About Meeting\ Features Fish
assessed tax rolls.
*.of fallen man from sin and seling and will register on SePtem- on our
have established
I one or more
spiritual death is incomparable.statements! ber!: 5. Regular college classes alone amount results of tax in dollars a considerable the county outdoor recreation facilities open: j I,Suwannee River Fry and Awards to Young People

These are profound begin September 6.! to the public, including fishing .
Each one indicates, a personal Registration for evening classes board and school board could use. campsite and picnic I Harry Robarts of Live Oak. in The annual Chamber of Commerce meeting. free fish fry, and
characteristic.Such win be September 9. In the even- This kind of situation has been allowed I USDA tSoil areas. charge of publicity for the Suwan- election of directors was heldThursday evening, Aug. Zl, in the V.F.W.
statements as the above are' ing division'In addition to courses due to not having buildingpermits now Conservation Ser- nee Valley Authority, was speakerat Home at 7:00 p.m. There were about 200 people present for the meal
most impressive They express in the liberal arts, specal courses Qr'real estate owners not ,I vice is authorized to provide the Urns Club meeting Tuesday and the program that followed.
abstract qualities that are Immea- will be offered in busness and en- reporting a new building on their i I help to owners and operators of night His talk was interesting to Mr. 'Rance Andrews the Chambers President welcomed the

fcureable. One reads them with increasing gineering. These are Introductionto yearly returns. This will be corrected ",I'land in developing recreation resources the club members because he described guests: after which Mr. Jim Dunaway, chairman of the FUn Festival

interest nad admirationin Drafting and Introduction to Da-' by this survey. ; for- profit. SCS technical accomplishments and progress Committee, introduced "Miss Hamilton County," Miss Ann Camp and

spite of the fact that they chal- ta Processing. This survey will not affect' any fyour t assistance available through soil in developing the river, and the first and second runners-up. Miss Marsha Brasweil and Miss Theresa -
Homestead Exemption appli- and water conservation districts in- detailed plans and prospects for
lenge one's ability to comprehendtheir Other courses offered in the eve- cludes Taylor.Next
full meaning and far-reaching cations or the exemptions of widows principally (1) information the future. awards were presented to 12 youth from Hamilton County
ning are history dranvs. mathematics
:" of soils for
significance. When one seeks to disabled persons or servicemen. on suitability vegetation Of especial interest was hIs re- for their outstand work in FFA FHA, and 4-H work. Awards are
religion, art and science. A i road and trail buildr
express one's emotional prompt-. but will result in a fair as- construction *I'port that the 'low level dam at presented to persons who art outstanding in leadership personal development -
will t offered In
survey course >e sites and dams (2) 1
ings when reflecting upon such remarkable chemistry which does not include sessed value of property as compared ing ; engineering Suwannee Springs had shown that. projects and activities in Jennings, Jasper and White Springs
language to other property of compar-I assistance on drainage and.
achievements, laboratory work. Teachers under the river would hold water when
of able material and work dam construction; (3) help in developing \
proves Inadequate as" a 'medium contract In Hamilton Jefferson, size man- I held up to an artificially high level
conveyance. and ship. .... 4annaj ds;; woodland,',,by-a,."Sam, fuid opened the way for
Lafayette, TVIadispn, Suwanne .a -- -'
grid wildlife
rangeland to
After,jbrief.ana'lysisOLabstract; .J. Tax'AsseSS ICeimeth-firten says ''flood protection and development
Taylor unties,, inay< a course I of wild birds and
""":-fetrnVJn l general' ud theUviunc- in the evening division for a he welcomes''your questions con- grow crops game 'ot several other rivers in the area
tlon in human experience, let us nominal fee. very cerning this survey and will be;animals;, ((4)) help in stocking and ,including[ the upper Alapaha.He .
with managing farm ponds for fish production
continue the discussion a
of assistance
most grateful your ended his talk with projection
more specific approach through a In completing the work. ; (5)) appraisal of income-lof! some slides taken in various

closer look at "faith" Since the pear-that beauty and grandeuro I producing potential of enterprises, I|places along the river, which were
and. ((6) helping obtain standard
subjectjs being limited to Biblical mature-the system and order i ; ;1 very beautiful. r
Jenning construction plans for various rec-
history it seems peculiarly fitting with which things are operated, is i! At the Board of Directors meeting -
reational facilities.
that we examine the Apostles' def- positive proof of"a power greater afterward, a date of October
jinition of "faith.This can be than that of man. Through "faith"visible Opens TuesdayThe I The' Farmers Home AdmirJstra- 22 was tentatively set for the Lions

found in Hebrews chapter eleven things are made to reflect tion has funds available for the annual pancake supper. Prepar-

and in the first verse. The writeris the presence and power of God as Jennings High School will above named recreational projectsin ations are already under way for
taking the liberty pf arrangingthe I'the Creator of all things and the begin its 1963-64 term Tuesday Hamilton County according to ,this big event.
quotation in two.sentences repeating things that happen in the world are September 3. The school day for Jesse Wood local county. supervisor r F i.i .
the word "faith" in the students will begin at 8:15 and for FHA.
the fulfillment of His plans and I
"second sentence for purposes of purposes.To end at 3:05 each day throughout the These loans may be made to ;na[ FHA loan. The interest rate is

emphasis: year., There will be an assemblyin I both individual farmers and assoc- 15% with a maximum of 40 years
'1. Faith is the substance of things I 1 revert to Abraham-the faith, the auditorium at 8:30: on Sept -iations ,who meet requirements for I''to repay the loan.DANDURANDS .
that he symbolizes and the spirit tember _._._
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2. Faith is the"evidence of things I that movement'came to embodies characterize: the his Apostle's every t aj j I All parents and friends have a WIN TRIP TO HAWAIIAn

not seen. i, special invitation to attend
of Acting
The Apostle's definition is notable conception up- assembly. Above holding their plaques, left to righte Lue E it nc1' 4-1I, Jennings -
,for at least two things: brevity on this faith a sense of duty! enabled > After the students are dismissedeach : Paula Allison 4-H, White Springs Terry l Lonne.. 4-H, Jasper' ,

and reality. The two sentences and him associates to forego present and believe advantages that day the teachers will remalr: .Miriam Newsome, }'HA, Jennings, Cheryl Shaw FHA, White Spring

are co-ordinate and when their loss needful in their classrooms untiil 3:3d, (Mary Dorman, FHA Jasper. not present),
present was as a. pre-
meanings are taken together we liminary step to the attainment of Parents lire urged to come for conferences -
:have a splendid illustration of un- eternal values. "Faith" in the at this time. The prinIcipafs -

ity in diversity and diversity in presence and promises of God be- I office, will be 'open unit: fe k
.. unity. The meaning, however does 4:30 each day.
the "substance of things "
\ readily on the surface. came In the boys department ,
This is not unusual appear in Biblical liter hoped for, and the evidence of Parents and friends are always the three 411 r :.,
!things not seen." welcome to visit the school. award winners were
be x
ature. The definition needs to i + "'
present. Above are
interpreted. for purposes of clearness -
and fullness r meaning to be I I I-.r 'as r r Don Wetherington,

'-:--fully realized. j I THE .AMERICA>N.,. ;JTAY: : 1 Jasper Jennings, Avon, and Frier Paul,
One property of "faith" embod- ; AOIson of White

led in the Apostle's is apparently The FFAboys + -
that of futurity. Futurity however I ,N {a'd1ti' were David :" L

,seems to have the same reality as l I Hal Hoi- '-" -
that of the present. Things in the .ti &v L ton and C. W. Pen-

future seem to have the same degree J. nih ton Jr.
". of existence as if_they '! ;% .
U actually present. This'seems were'r'- ri II 7l -/ A"

the central idea in thk I An all-expense-paid. vacati. In Hawaii is the pleasant prospec:

concept of "faith." In practice I r IQQQ ahead for Mrand lairs Dandurand, owners of the Western Auto dealer,
,this means that present"plans and j I r store here. They have been notified by Western Auto Supply Companj

programs are formulated \\ith.fu-, that they are among some 400 winners in a nationwide merchandising: / C M

ture promises as "substance" for contest sponsored by the company the first half of this year.

present action with the same de- h, f ; ayr a Above, while this picture was being made this battery of IBM
gree of assurance as if they were I machines was tabulating the results of a nationwide contest in whici:
actually present. In fact future / y... r Mr. and :Mrs D'ndurand, owners of the Western Auto dealer store hen %jR --

things have no existence for those 9"s '. were winners of a trip to Hawaii. Wearing flower leis from Hawai

who have no faith in their reality. W/.DOTUCY i and watching as the electronic equipment. located in Western Auto'i! iw I4

1 The future is not alive in the pres AU- MAYS TOFAUOM t a general offices in Kansas City, quickly computes final standings and l
ent. Without faith in the future I d .' lists more than 400 winners in the firm's big contest, are two Western

only those things that are visibly I .J Auto vice presidents IL Schlosser.. left and E. E. Hackett.

present have any weight and influence -1 Chartered airliners will fly the on Waikiki beach. A week-long i

as a basis for action. Physical Dandurands to Hawaii in company program of island tours shopping,

as well as spiritual life are with other winners. First stop on I entertainment, and dining has:

predicated upon a belief and faith I rI the trip from here will be Las Vegas been arranged for their pleasure

in future promises and possibilities. I I fr t where reservations have been j I 1 A Hawaiian Luau a visit to the

The second declaration of the (I made at the world-famous FlamIngo state capitol in the former royal

Apostle indicates that he was visualizing Club. Here the vacationers ,palace an da trip to historic Pall
'Twill I J L Collum intro Iced the g\IC't r: ak 'r, I ifcd[ : H.ll manager"
Pass and other
things present to the phys t be guests for dinner and special interesting"-spots
ical senses. The things visible appear -; r entertainment after which they i are on the schedule.On of Cine Affairs Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce who was the
speaker of the evening. He Is pictured above. At left is Mrs. Hill, at
Inspect that he winnerin
to have antecedent causes behind will have an opportunity to learning was a
them. From the things visible other famed Las Vega night the contest, Mr .Dandurand said right are J. L CoDum and President Rance Andrews. Mr. HIM gavea

he was able through "faith" j i spots. 1 he was most grateful to his many most interesting address. His formula for community development
i to believe in the invisible. He believed iI In Hawaii, the Dandurands will friends and customers in this area is fl) Annual Re-evaluation ((2> Advertise. ((3) Everyone who goes away
that the worlds were framed I I iI. be guests of Western Auto at the ,who had helped make the trip from home act as an ambassador to make at least one call on someone!
I I I.
by the power and word of God K3' plush Hilton Hawaiian Village possible. The Dandurands have who can help,our county. ,

-that'the things that are seen were !i.. ,.... :: The Gathering Storm 't* the g shadow of the much-photo I owned and operated the Western New direectors elected were Thomas IIrinl fen. TSU& mirth Saafe*.
not made by the things that ap- .... ..- -- giapbed.Diamond Head landmark ' here since Deas, Billy'Jones.. Watidns5aunders Jr.. 1... F. Carver Jr., J try BaraeirPKY -



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I The aged say they're not as aged'{at Hickory Bottom. Mrs, Bowersis i I'Drew and Margaret Ratliff and Christian FellowshipR.; :spent last week in Jacksonville and-

as you'd think-and the sick don't the daughter of the late ilr. {children Drew' Jr., Donna, :and SEPT.-Devotion Leaders; datdfc.I the beach with Mrs..Jackie Atkins.

\ trby ,need company.. Walter, \ Havener.. ,Mike of Dallas'were here last week McDuffie and(Earl Goddard |When she returned Tuesday, Sber-
.visiting the parents, Mr. and Mrs. I, 8. 15. 22. 29, Sunday night Lesson ry, the oldest daughter of aide..
I Mr.and' 'Mrs. Chapman of Lake Many people from ,around- here,;'pscar Ratliff. *This week they are Communism Juvenile Delinquency land I Mike,' eeme with her-fer 1
City were at church Sunday to sit attended the Sowell reunicrt at the .in Groveland with the Art Roberts. I visit.
{'by* Mr.: and Mrs. Kirby Sandlin. It, Swilley Hill Church of God 'near t(i I't They' planned to take-the coastal 2, Activhey: -Btke Hike and Picnic .
1 I was Kirby's birthday and June. Valdosta Sunday; ;Some of the'older > route" back to Texas. (for those who can borrow bikes) Mr. and Mrs. Jack HoHeman

Chapman is the daughter. McCaQ families were related Other visitors at the RatlifTs for Taffy Pull after Bike Hike (Mrs :spent four days recently at West
I t Jasperites Meet In ,New Orleans to the Sowells. I'a short while were a nephew of Mr. Virginia Daniel and Mrs. Cora St. Joe which is a delightful. beach
I Stopping at the same motel on I HiUhouse adult leaders I
SYCIIIDOI'e 24951i 5 Ratliff Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Watsonof ) resort.
V"qie lfJIDIA :their recent visit to New Orleans, S.C. '16Sub-District at Branford .
i Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Taylor met Charlene Bates of Jennings has: Spartanburg ..OCTOBER
-Devotion Leaders Gale
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Browne'
His treasures to the little boy who, lived ctewn the lane? ,Mr. and Mrs. Spruce who lived the accepted Palatka a place schools.Mr. on. the faculty' of I Loraine Keifer is here now fixingup I'I'I ,Tomlinson and Gynelle Tomhn- ,gave a steak Supper Sunday evening -
|here and made friends not
-Bert many her apartment. She'and Jerry
Cooksley -> : son August 25, in honor of Jerry
too many years ago. I have been in and out of Jasper for I
I '5, and Margaret Lewis and Mrs. Vir-
AND ONE FOR THE LITTLE BOY 1 I The Spruces were there to see and }.Irs. A. W. Dedge and I several weeks. Activity Shipwreck partv (Mrs
Plack sheep, black sheep have you any way !daughter Carolyn get her nurses Mrs. H. D. Bostick of Key West i I 1 I Dorthy Thurber, adult leaderV ginia Davis. It was an informal
.,CHc'JJ"T bcr! tom-rrow and returning yesterday i J degree at Charity Hospital. Carolyn I are here on vacation visiting the Women of India take their wash]6, 13, 20, 27, Sunday Night Lesson, (affair at the lovely pool of theBrowns'
Hive you a-y: magic wool to Wind the yettobe.And after a month's vacation will several Dedge families. ,to the Ganges, beat the dirt out on 1 I II I The Ten Commandments 'i I A two in one party honoring -
f :' :a *!':? while r2"rn the :nng-ago to me? ;report for duty at Emory Hospital I s I the rocks, pass the time o'day cr 2I, Sub-District at Lawtey ,, the recent young marriedsand
'''' The qr'ct, ani the happy and the lovlv<: ani the slow fin Atlanta. SyXia and Bud Carter and Mrs. I la bit o' gossip. I i NOVEl'rmER-Devotion Leaders: i Virginia Davis who left Tuesday -
Unb-jdened days of dreaming in the Ion? ago I i The Spruces wished to be re- ,Carter are expected this weekend In Jasper we go to the automat Ruth Goddard and Vickie Pautz for Puerto. .Rico.
The hawthorn and the blue bell and the willows in the pool membered to their friends. ;'for a visit to the Horace Lewis fa- at Barkers put in a quarter pass I 2, Activity, Square Dance (Mr. and I *
tliousard dusty tarefoo .behind .. l ,* mily. This is the.first theniotber" :Mrs. Clyde Hillhouse and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Donald Nelson of
"0 TA : tjacks .the shingled school: ; ->' visit of 4he, time o day,: punch.a button. "
( ThevTalnutaM'sumac'and the meadow roads thaTled ; Labor'Day is a day "to fly your "Mrs "Carter, since5 ''thewedding for a' Coke and in 30 minutes off Paul HUlhouse; adult leads) ,0000eyisit d in Jasper'Monday _-. .

Through golden day to uusky eve and hawthorn time and bed. {flag. September 2, 1963, and then festivities four years ago. to home again. A similar pattern 3, 10, 17. 2-1. Sunday night lesson.. The Nelsons lived in Jasper long
Black sheep black sheep, have you any way i again on September 12. which is but what a difference! 18. SubDistrict at Columbia City enough to make good friends. They
Of holding back tomorrow and returning,yesterday? i ,Flag Day. Mr. and,}Irs. Charles Tqmpkns DECEMBER, Devotion Leaders: made short visits to Mr. and Mrs.
( Have you any magic wool that will return again | and two lovely daughters are taking I, FROM WHITE' SPRINGS Willie Pound and Bobby Fish Blanch Deas and the Dan Bras-
: i "Off to School Breakfast" for the a week's vacation frotn the (, Comes the news of the organi- I, 8, 15, 22, 29, Sunday night lesson.: wells who were their close neigh
:Marvin and Edith O'Cain have next few years. There really is First Baptist college students Sun- News office and expect to be in zation and progress of the ChristIan 16. SubDistrict at White Springs; bors.

returned here from and there a few in the days state.vacation more to going: to school than just:;day morning, August 25, at 8:30, Atlanta to see :Mrand Mrs. pewey' Youth Fellowship. This has, Christmas Program (Miss Thel 'j They have four children now
. getting grades.It ::brought together seventeen youngpeope Lily Mae) Harbin then on to Daytona ,been in the minds and hearts of ma Eoltln, Drama leader Mrs. I aaginst the two when in Jasper.
may well be that because of{ off to various colleges. several of the leaders for many' Virginia Daniel, music leader.!
Mrs Emma Milton visited her Beach where they will spend : Mary, the oldest will attend Hunt-
grades have
tended -
we to discourage months-the need of a Youth Fellowship !
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Mrs. :May Vickery the weekend with the Bob Ehlerts '
E Poster children Milton the Robert in Jacksonville Miltons. and the I many young people. Many jMrs.; Jewel Smith prepared the me-,'who will be chaperoning three girls, | that will be youth activated Mrs. Joyce Wells and children (continued on page six)
parents find it difficult to but in interested of
1 ,early part of August. accept''nu-orange juice, scrambled eggs, Sue Biddle, Ann Taylor, and Nancy the care "- A -. -_ .-v. ----------------------..
the fact that their child is a 'C (older Christians. - - ------ --------------------------
bacon coffee.
I | and grits and i iI I Ehlert.
(average) student. Yet from the ; Goal-"The entire program is
From "These are our Children?" masses the average is reached. I The idea of the breakfast which I i I Mrs. Clifford Tompkins and Kay'II designed to develop the Eves of
A CAR NOW OR A I Sometimes the limitations of the ,jis j in its second year at this church]1 accompanied Atlanta I II young people ,the"gr at gospel KINGSBERRY
POSITION LATER school curriculum are not able to stems from one the pastor attended -j I ideals of chastity self-control
Little man what now-you'd bet offer the variety of subjects which when he was a teenager 23 i I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Candy'had sense of responsibility, reverence',
ter give up the idea of a red con- might stimulate a wide variety of I|9ears ago when a mother gave one a houseful of guests en thi4 weekend 'and spirituality." j i
vertible or an automobile of any interests. I for her son who was going away. :} their children were at home. On July 7 a plannmg meeting 1, HOMESOVER
kind right now: and go back to Almost without exception, com- For the light side-Sayer Cano- Lester May and baby Cindy came with the White Springs young peo-'
school. Some maybe just can't ing events of social misbehaviorcast va with his guitar sang "Jack the from Indianapolis; Jean and Jim pie was held to find cut their in-'
learn but you probably can, must their shadows before them. Sailor" and "Tom Dooley." !my McGauley from Washington D. terests and desires toward' at I
drop.< you will gain later on will be much the responsibilities; and the needto I IL
school is the one who justcan'tget ,,Yulee. It was a happy family gathering result:---
greater than your interests the along in society. The child I maintain church for relations the successful and a They have all gone their A desire'to learn about Faith j Home Ownership Is Very Simple
who is not dependable at 10 or 12 deep spirituality several ways except Jean and,Jimmy 2. A desire to learn about self respect

I in duties expected of 10 or 12 year 1 life. [' ,who will remain. .anotherweek. i ii i personality, how to make When Handled by Experienced
SEETHEON&ONIY olds is the same one who is not i I friends, the Beatitudes; and ju-'
Mrs. C. C.. McNeil and Mrs. A Guests of Mr. and Mrs.' C. B.
dependable later on, etc. : venile delinquency. People!
Formal education is more neces-, L. Young went the past week to Harrison the past weekend were 3.Choosing a vocation, companians,1
Charleston to visit son Charles and :Mrs. Hartle Bowness and children
sary now than it has ever been. wisdom, and the Ten I
,Drop-outs. will cost you money- Mary McNeil and little Son Chuck. Nancy and Bobby of Ocoee and I ments. TOWNSEND' HOMES CORP.
Mary and the little boy returned Mrs. I. C. Hubbard of ,Bushnel.
so will an expanded school pro-, 4. A desire to learn about dating?
o gram-inc'luding vocational train- with them Charles coming on the I Mrs. Max Myers and daughter v I what to wear, the need for WILL BUILD
J r 0 ing at every level. Even this may,weekend to take them home Mrs. Nathan Portman ;{Shirley) more social activities so they

o not be the total answer, but it's a i Linda at North Lou Florida"McNeil Junior who graduated College- and granddaughter Pamela, of Savannah -I might learn correct social. be,*. 3-hedroom 1 or 1% bath
start toward a satisfactory voca- well loved former citizensof I havior.
tion and useful citizenship. ;.in June and is now working in At- Jasper, visited friends here on It is a big order-but a challenging ..- BRICK HOME '
THAT ENDS Money "saved" on education llanta, is coming Friday for the Monday and Tuesday. I It program. ';

may represent a much greater loss weekend. t Shirley was' an art student with : It is proposed to Jet the You
DAILY} GREASING! 10 years from now to the individual I I happy McNeil have them says all she very Mrs. Ratliff those years and we peple have the lead in their program. g1 ... >, ON YOUR LOT

and to society* *in*general.tIn I I, understand has continued her study I However In the deep subjects V.Ai No Down Payment
Here's the Baler that ] ,1\ rs. Maud. Havener and Mrs. and is maKIng a name for herselfin men and women of experience
puts you in the field September, long ago- Inez McCall recently attended the the art world. Pamela, Shirley's and reverence will te asked to j 9 F.H.A. Minimum Down, '.
-little girls in bright new dresses : is second studentat participate. : (Small Closing Cost)
:first-the Massey- I funeral of Mr. Tom Gamble In daughter, a year
mother made, skip happily to I The Youth officers are: j
t Ferguson 10. The Balerthat's ; school. Wildwood.Mr. I' the University of Georgiia. .- McDuffie Other Type Financing Available
and Mrs: Alton Bowers and The Myers make-news>with Jas: President Clayton
hard at work- -litt'e! girls have new pencils and':, Vice President,,;Tiena Cason J
''sons Ricky, Jimmy and Tommy of I folks. Two phone calls'told me I : =
, and tons ahead-while tablets and book sacks. per I Secretary, Ann 'Daniel'' J Townsend & Gene Paramorehave
Clearwater were recent guests out of their visit.
the others are still -little girls make friends with I Treasurer. Suzette Cason I i
greasing up. The Baler other little girls. 11 i I"I'I'' Parliamentarian, Ruth Goddard'I; over. 20 years combined experience in the construction
Be Careful in September.It's The adult Ann and!
i are
that gives high I sponsors and financing of homes..
days you will remember. Buddy Deas Avanel and Wilbur)
capacity to keep you The poet says: "Sorrows, crown I I. FARMSFOR Altman, Wylma White, Virginia
ahead-all day long- of sorrows is remembering happier I Daniels. II TG VNSEND HOMES CORP.Builders
through its wide 56- days. -- The Fall Program- Youth ,

inch pickup. .smooth, Mrs. J. E. *Shepherd* is at home I of
I Kingsberry HomesP.O.
gentle leaf-saving after a pleasant visit with kin- SALEIn I
action famous folks and friends in Ocala, Bartow B/U SEARS set II
Box 576
sure-tie knotter .' and GrovelancL I LIVE OAK, FLA.

and long-lasting. fac- ss 86001 TttE ONUS IHlMfr LIFT II ARLIE TOWNSEND Owner

tory-sealed bearings Mr. and and Mrs. Rance Andrews, Suwannee County TO DO uxrtt mourt owes is rt i ; GENE PARAMORE, Sales Manager
Sherry Jimmie are vacation-
throughout! It's available ing this week at Cashier, N. C. I ,, :. .........;-_- ;:a.....? _-..?. -...??-_.....???: ; .
with PTO or en-, 120 Live Oak. Only $5,000, down. i --- --
Accompanying them as their guests acres near M MI
gine drive, and your were Sharon' Burnham and'Wade Excellent home: 169 pecans trees, tobacco al-
choice of a Massey- Andrews of Lake Butler. I
Ferguson Retail Time f lotment.
The sun has "that Septemberlook" u .
Payment Plan. Call '
or I
come in now. for sure 240 acres for $32,000 with 3.77 acres 'toU'acco.Terms. .

CU-- ., -=:,...-r- I find a, wealth of information in I F over a

1 the racks at the County'Ag Zit's j I I
office in the Post Office. 'Landscape -I
land house -
1 100 acres good no $100 per acre. -
w.ccr+o +MrouR plants .for Florida homes by I .
Johnny Watkins for one.. J

From Kabel Gibram in "The
Prophet." f W. L BRYAN phone7922985 1441il2 '
"And there are those who have .eoI
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little and give it all.
'* ]USS1YFae"filJSNcUw.Albritton These are the believers in life and ROBERT EHLERT, phone 792-4491 .

the bounty of life, and their

Bros coffer is.never. empty.. Registered Real Estate Brokers COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE

J Tractor Company It is thought- .' 'v .. \:".-..:-..:-_-.:-.;._-"""'- ..- -.: ..-.......-- --..... ---.;-..,,?: I \ home decorationPITTSBURGH : -
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I- There Is no relation betweenthe Will Start Buying' J
general inflation and our .
prices-you still get'.one .hun Tmi

dred for a dollar cents when worth you of hardvrare buy here.USED New Crop Ear CORN j jI j jI Q1RS U

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; ; : Refrigerator'ONLY. t' Paying $1 2 5Bu : maestro colors

How many fuses $75 I
Have you handy? J t tI
n.ones 1 seD SEE THEM .
Are ftn*and dandy. .
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J.A. Mitchell. Milling. Co alt : ; JIO.BURCHCO.

Billy O. Burch 792-3801
U/LDFRS > L CTR1CAL *PUMB/NGSffPPLlsz'S* owner Jasper.

Telephone 792-2051 Jasper:
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Friday, August 30, 1963 ',. THE, JASPER ,N:{EWS JASPER., FLORIDA .. PAGE, THREE _
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I : Farmers (ROUGH FISH First prize, for the'largest number ,DELEGATE FROM HERE DESCRIBES IMPRESSION" [Degrees' by F. .U. -
fish is in
of rough caught, $50
cash.. H' IOF Fbrida State
University today
t i Second prize, for the most poundsof ( News) announced ttie,names of 778 stu-

flCoMe&fBkidt: s Voting Deadline } rough fish,,is a Model 89 Zebco' I Mrs. Minnie Lee Brown ,has just 'News From dents who it+emi Ieted work for de-
j J grees during the trimester
Spinning,Reel and rod. returned from Detroit Mich., and ending

a DEAS SHORTT | Farmers throughout Hamilton r Hamilton County's first ,"Rough Third-prize, fo nhe largest rough j Canada. She, was attending the!Jerry Jackson red August: 10. The graduates kiclud-

Fish 'I fish caught, is a.1\.Iodel1944T\ ShakeI -I i Connectional: Laymen's Organization -
not Rodeo"
reminded today sponsored by the Ha- "
New Hope Baptist Church was ;County were Bunnye MeLauchlki of
Convention from
I as delegate
Reel and'rod. a. SCHOOL
the scene August> 16, at six o'clock to overlook the August 30 deadline ;j milton County Sportsman's dub is speare ,the Madison:: District, and New Be- a Bachelor of Science in Education,
for returning their ASC election I i under An effort is being made to lower ,; Jerry Jackson School Bells Ring
? this
Friday evening of the wedding of I way: weekend. The contest thel A. \LE. Church: of Jasper. It Bettye Lou Mathis a Bachelor of
ballots to the ASCS county office. is scheduled for this the rough fish population so that Jerry Jackson Elementary school Science
..i :Miss Linda: Deas and Mr. Frederick t' Thursday,I :'was convened in St. Stephens A. I in Home Economics: and
in' will begin its 1963-44 school term
'w Clyde R. Payne, County Office game and panfish can multiply
Emil Shortt. Rev. Virginia G.
Mr. Norman I IlL Friday and Saturday only. Fish M. E. Church in Detroit, :Michigan. 3. Rowell Bachelor of
t Rowell, pastor of the church, I Manager for the Agricultural Stabilization are being weighed and checked the river.: This fall a large num- Tuesday morning at 11:00 o'clock I Tuesday September Science in Education. The last
and Conservation County '1 The faculty are: Elijah Rhodes, I
ofsmall releasedin
officiated. ber fish will be two were from .
I I I,each day from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at: the Rt Rev. Joseph Gomez. presiding i principal; Mrs. Winifred Tracy, assistant -
Miss Deas is the daughter of Mr. committee, urged every eligible Belmont and at the White Springs the Suwannee in Hamilton county Bishop of the Fourth Episcopal principal and Fifth Grade i\.

and Mrs. Park Deas of Jasper.Mr. .'!ASC voter,to mark his ballot and! ;Western Auto Store. I i : District of the African :Methodist I I Miss Mary E Jefferson, Eighth;; :

Shortt is,the son of Mrs. Jereae' ,mail or return) it in person promptly It's not; to? late, to get into thecontest ]I I. Here's a chance to have a lot of Episcocap Church deliveredthe I!Miss Willie B. Candy Seventh; 1 We.
"It is the privilege and duty of are calling aH boys 8
Shortt of Cherry Lake. portdo a good turn: and maybe sermon. i ages
i, 4 as the biggest one Mrs. Queenie Dye Sixth :Mrs. Annie
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Mr. Ross Davis of Madison was every farmer in the county, to .to 18 to meet at the school on Wed-
1 been Don Ball, a make a little money. The publicis Tuesday afternoon the Laymen's Roberson Seabume Fourth
caught yet says ;
best man. Ushers were Messrs..' choose who he wishes to representhim irvitedto nesday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. We
Committee J member of the contest committee. participate. Workshops were organized. Miss Dorothy V. Cook Third; Mrs. '
John Dean and Woody Herring. on his, ASC Community -t are calling men with Good charac-
I Convention Theme was "Devel- Jerine Bivins, Second Mrs. Cor-
Junior ushers were Trammel Deas / 'he said. I II I'I j' ; ,ter and citizenship to meet at the
oping Courageous and Articulate ina Wright, First; :Mrs. Aden Cobb
and Gary Pitman. I I t I For ASC administrative purposes ', ; ; ,school to work with the boys. No
f 'Lay Leadership. First.
The music was (played by Mrs. Hamilton County is divided into 1 .\ experience needed. The Scoutmaster
| During our stay there we made The faculty worked hard for ten
j Donald Smith (Joyce Shiver) of three communities. The ASC community Mr. Elijah Rhodes wilt train
two trips to Canada. The exciting days, pre-plaraling, and are readyfor
be elected in you.
Jasper. Mr. Charles O'Cain sang committee to '
,"0 Promise Me" and "The Wed- I each 'community consists of three I (and thrilling part about going to the students on Tuesday, Sept. ,:, The Boy Scout organization is

ding Prayer." ,:regular andtwa alternate, mem-r BRIBEDMARY 1 Canada is that we went through a thud.. the best for developing boys phys-

The wedding party stood against,i bers. The chairman and members i Bete rome tunnel under the Detroit River. ADULT EDUCATION |cally mentally and morally. Boy
a background of glossy magnolia !will also serve as delegates,and alternate J Our first trip was to Windsor On- Adult Education Classes will open Scouting carries out two main dut-

and spicy scented bay leaves. The delegates to the county i i tario. This province was beauti- in, Jerry Jackson Elementary ies: Duty to God and Country.
\ .the ASC ful and the people were nice School 6n Tuesday Sept. 3. Time The
cendelabra with white burning ta- convention where county ) very 1 Boy Scout builds character
pers and tall baskets of chrysan-1\committee will be chosen. Thej i ,to the visitors. is 7:00 p.m. Teacher will' be the citizenship, scholarship and lead

t themums, formed a bower. ,county convention will be held at J ALICE CRAWFOR AND GEORGE WYNN Another experience in Canada, principal Elijah Rhodes This is ership. Some activities! in Scout
Jasper on September 10. : 'WEDDING :we bought postage stamps and ex- a unique program to raise the educational ,ing are first aid. fire buildup, hike
The bride was escorted to the i changed American for Canadian and cultural standard of
money cooking wildlife
: reading,
The farmer committee systemof map
altar by her father, Mr. Park Deas. {administration, of the Federal Pal* I I money. All business places the community, country, ;state, and cleanup, compass, swimming sing-
She had chosen a floor length : nation. Education is
gown close at 5:00: the answer
best p.m.j ting, signaling conservation, tent
programs is one of the examples j t
of- bridal satin with
a short lace to this world crisis.
i of democracy in action j Thursday morning the delegation pitching measuring, crafts arts,
jacket fastened tt the back. The f;every eligible farmer voter is andi| d .w ; went on an educational: tour 1 This program is designed to meet communications, citizenship, aqua-

sleeves were elbow length. Her'veil i)ed to participate in the election. of Detroit and Canada. the needs: of the drop-outs" from tics, public health, personal fitness
of net was attached to a tiara ':grades 1-12. This is based
and others.
Places of interest: Our guide program teamwork many
Ballots mailed to all elig-
of seed pearls. She carried were
awhite would on the project method. ; Help make America strong by
ible ASC voters record at the yi point out places of interest
orchid on -
her Bible. '
on F
i and explain the business carriedon Anyone who would like to enroll helping to build strong boys. The*
ASCS county office on August 20,X
The maid of honor
Miss Vera
office in each. We were able to tour I come out Wednesday night to the Boy Scout is the best organizationto
and the manager
Tyre, wore a short dress of county [
Ford Motor Plant and school or call the principal at the develop physical fitness of our
urged eligible voter see where i I
again '
taffeta deli-1 every
cate pink and carri
school. U'OU know of
all the did tin and iron rubfdsh is anyone youth.
mark and return his ballot prior -
pink nosegay of carnations. ,to who could be helped by education, v
carried! the
they went
deadline. Com-f processes I'
to the August ---30 1
'The bridesmaids were Miss Suej ask them to contact us.
:plete details on the election pro- through before it was made into I I Legal, Advs e .
Deas, a cousin of the bride, and Remember that life is a race and
Miss Betty Shortt of the groom's'fa.mily. 'cedure can be obtained at the finished products. This plant was ;i we must run fast to stay in the ,I
CS County Office 'located at AS-I' wonderful to see, and to'see the I II IN CIRCUIT COURT.
Their frocks were of pale { race. We must be prepared both II THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
., various machines I
per. I at work. I I HAMILTONCOUNTY.
green taffeta street length. ,mentally and physically. ,
Theiri'1 }t'" f We were unable to tour the assembly i FLORIDA
nosegays were white i Educated adults make our home, OLEO TAPL.BY.
Little cousins of the bride were t ,; plant to see how the cars school community county, state, Plaintiff
: Mrs John Hall Deas cutthe cake. were assembled because this plant I'I II I -v.
flower girls. Sylvia Deas .and An- punch.t' and nation stronger. HOMER R. TAPLP.V,
Mrs. Corbett Deas served j was closed for three weeks. I Il
.gela Tyre, dressed in short TO ORGANIZE SCOUT TROOP Deteadant
green Assnsting with ,the, hospitalities'were I The payroll at the Ford factory I I IN THIS NAMB: AND BY THE
Jackson Schoolis
taffetas. Jerry Elementary
Mrs. A. B. Tyre. Mrs. Har- 3 A tV was $1,000,000 per day.
Mrs. Park Deas the mother of in the process of organizing a FLORIDA:
old Parady and Mrs. James Deas. Other places the buses would TO: HOMHR R. TAPLBY. who**
the bride chose for her Boy Scout Troop at the school. OchlocKn,
costume, I I residence and address Is
native blue silk shantung with i After lingering a while with the r I|stop and the guide would name the We are calling all boys in or Georgia:
the couple left fora'wedking ,. buildings and kind of bill of complaint havingbeen
guests young ,' work were: around Jennings to become a Boy A sworn
matching accessories. 'v I
The groom's mother, Mrs. Jen- trip to points in Florida. Lobo Hall, world's largest Scout. This is what some of you the relief filed In therein this Court sought against being

Mrs Shortt,was wearing a costumeof ,. ,tion center; Tiger Stadium conven-j I,have been waiting on-the time is vorce and other relief you are reQuired -
nie Shortt blue
lace Both
wore blue ,with short jacket and ; eral Motors and American I to answer said complaint' eft
navy !j Motors I
); ; I jI ISM. lunalsh-
mothers of white > .-. or before September 6.
wore :
corsages "'t 1 ---- -
matching accessories. She worea 'J' ,""' ,Jo-";.",+., Hotels and Motels banks, stores I Iand I Ing to C. A. Avriett. Jasper Florida'plaintiffs
carnations.A ,
white orchid. If '> shops. Detroit is fifth largest I:, Attorney, a copy thereof
corsage. University.
i : will be entered -
reception at the home of Mr. When they return they will make "',"t6/r.,,,.. .> f, v;-< city in the Unitea States in population I I Friday night a testimonial banquet else decree against pro you.Witness eonfesso.
and Mrs. Park Deaa followed the ; t ,, f ., and the '
: -' fourth nation's' m official
their home in Quitman Georgia.where' < : 1r u..: among honoring Attorney Herbert L. of this Court at .la. r.
ceremony. The reception rooms Mr. Shortt is on the facultyof I areas in business activity; and J. Dudley, Connectional President of ,this seal Cth day of August.EWIs"'c'ierk
were decorated with summer blos- the Brooks County High School. The chapel on Berry College Crawford chose an aqua lace L. Hudson Company is the nation's A.M.E. Laymen's Organization was I THELMA of Hamilton

soms and cool greens.In .- campus at Mt. Berry, Georgia, 'sheath dress with which she wore I}[\second largest department store. held. I I Circuit Count,Court by Alice .lOOU.

the dining room, the table FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne formed a setting Saturday after- black patent accessories, and a Educational centers: Wayne University This was an inspirational and an Deputy Clerk

,spread with a lovely cloth. held a River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- noon, Aug. 17, for the wedding cf white: orchid,corsage. ]I / the University' of Detroit,I' educational trip, which I enjoyed i C. AArnett, Florida, 'seal)

large wedding bell at olend. 3onablf, Jnqure\ Robert- EhlertJleal Miss Mary' Alice ,Crawford: of Dalton Mrs. Wynn mother of the groom, and the World's largest Catholic I IIe I and will always remember. Jasper... 9 16. sa 10 Sept. I ..
countered My lighted' candles and Estate:: Broker. t92-6331'Uc .
Georgia and George Wynn of was attired in a sheath dress of
an arrangement of smaller bells. ,- Jasper. The Rev. J. C. Williamsonof medium, blue lace and chiffon. Her I, "

Dalton was the officiating min- accessories were of matching col- '

I ister. or and her corsage was a white j
The bride is the daughter of Mr. orchid. ',

y I and Mrs. Carl Crawford of Dalton Rehearsal Party BACK TO

e : PEARLE OPTICAL MEANS _ and Mr. and Mrs. Broward Wynn .Friday'evening prior to the .
(are parents of the groom. log Mr. and Mrs. Bobby WedI-1

Miss Anita Wray sang "Ava Ma- brother and sister-ln-law
ria, "Ah, Sweet :Mystery of Life" bride.entertalned Inthe home of Mr1

,and The Lord's Prayer." She and and Mrs. Korie Smith in Rome j

AT REASONABLE PRICES... was accompanied at the organ by with a party following: rehearsal.]I
N r ,Miss Carolyn: Self who also played The appointed table was overlaid I

traditional wedding selections. with an Imported cut-work linen I!

1It4YJ'z c_____ Vows were exchanged before two cloth and was centered by an ar-1 1I | SchoolSale.
of flow-
mass arrangements white of and
rangement pink white mums:
L a -.- ..t:- 1 ers in antique vases on the altar. Silver candelabra holding pink'''

Four-branched candelabra holding flanked
tapers the setting. -
lighted tapers interspersed! with bags of rice marked the place'I

1 ., ; ... the eyes of every patient greenery, completed the setting. for each gueet.I : .
""" are thoroughly] and scientifically i' Carl Crawford gave his daughter I The bride pre .ented her attendants '

examined for disease, "; [(in marriage. She was attired in with gifts at this time. : GIRLS'[

defects and visual abnormali i-:';. ja gown of embroidered silk organza Coffee and Shower 'I
ties; If needed, glasses will beprescribed fashioned: wish a fitted bodice Miss Ernestine .
Bingham entertained
l I enhanced ty a scalloped sabrina ,
: : to exact requirementl. recently at the home of Mr.
8m long pinted: sleeves. '
.And at Optical
":, and Mrs. J. S. Bingham on Cleveland -
Her full skirt featured three tiers
tho most complete Optoxne- '
Road with a coffee and linen-
and flower into a chapel train. A i
trio services and .
glasses are i- lingerie shower honoring Miss MaryAlice !j
crown of seed pearls held her veil '
available the
at most reason- Crawford, bride elect of F
of illusiion and she carrieda
English ,
":, );, "' able cost. \ bouquet of white roses, centeredby George \\)1f jn of JasprFlorida.; $2 to $4.98

1.. :.'*' ..'..'!;.Ill a white orchid. I Miss Crawford was attired in a
beige sheath dress with threequarter -
Mrs. Charlie Powell of Hinesville !.
!dY1Si01161a1SSls fitted Coolod laDsU length sleevescomplemented by,I
first Quality Si & 5 fmhlea % \ was her sister's matron of honor.
AS Bridesmaids were Miss Martha beige and green accessories. She BOYS'SPORT

low $1450 i $7500' Grogan of Rome, :Miss Haze Paige was presented with a corsage, of I '
= yellow carnations. '
of Adairsville Miss Bettie Hester
'i The Bingham home featured a: SHIRTS
of Woodland Alabama and Miss
locMn Cumtutlo Fran SirrtscriptiM r-.zr-.17a&r- and rfId... '!i large floral arrangement of yellow j 1---
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Itnm ud Carr> = <-. 1-" Ernestine Bingham of Dalton. "Her Majesty" *
jeer CuL Irate oral Classes S DINk! 89 Belt CBBflu KS IftftJlS The attendants were gowned ems
attptok ,$11.$0 n Bs8sr Ian aviaru7Sit00.. TBV psy- alike in dresses of soft blue peau', The hostess gave Miss Crawford I y.; -Knits or Cottons

,':, .J.i '.', de sole. fashioned with cap sleeves '!'a set of glace mats, decorated ". 4 Y S ir< S SHORT SLEEVE, Reg. 1.98- .

", SUISfA: 8SAMHIIZ9 ..i\:" scoop' neckline and semi-full [with a'still-life' scene and matching % y n
skirts. Their headpieces were of green linen napkins.
CONVENIENT CREIIT Kl EXTRA CIST 1P matching blue silk with shoulder l' 55 Fine quality cotton Now __________-. 2 for $3

veils of illusion. I The Goodwill Club of Poplar

..a XL to van J I Larry Adams of Mount Berry f Springs Baptist.Church of:Dalton. with tuck *n grow waistband REG. 2.98-

.......iii oaa ,r performed duties of best man. Ush- I Georgia( entertained recently with

P rI .fati lsltlsaaar er groomsmen were Eddie Fiteof,
ea \Atlanta.Cary Fite of Dalton*Allen(home of Mrs. Nell Reed honoring: for1 perfect fit. ,
ft Terry of Chatsworth and Ray Dur-t I Miss Mary Alice Crawford. Mrs.

f.// len of San Antonio, Texas. I Reed was; assisted by Mrs..Charles Sizes 4 to 14 'I, One Group Boys 'Ing

I For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Gribble.BackToSchool f Ol
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JASPW HIGHJrcETiii1: : ( [R PALS STRICKLAND. I "What:is Mearit1 Relig ious'LTAi y?" I II of all Christ can see the.this chinch in temporal Why matters is itl-I CARD -OF .TANK_.. :: io ''-

LISTED' FOR SCHOOL i(I Mrs -de.1; Ro of ; but not in the most importantof It is with'much love and deepest
OPENING. : matters,,the spiritual? But what(gratitude that we express,'.to each -y"......
>' ", I ; !I II I part or function has Christgiven: }I nd"ery, one of you our-Sine erre 3
I to man in this, government on earth*appreciation ibr all the kindness
\ .. since he has returned to the Father >>-:thoughtfulness prayers, and sym-
.You and Your School< ,
h M L. Poweir I I IIi I I | I those who accept and follow this other Christian deeds shown sin ;
our recent sorrow. To Dr. Fred
i system as divinely appointed by
May we take this opportunity to High we- have the following teach. } I I I : ,:God; ? To answer this we must go Mickler and Dr. James Rawls
present to you the Jasper Elemen- ers: Ii Ito[ the Acts of the Apostles since Miss .Marie Hudson and the entire- .
tary and High School personnel for Seventh Grade Mrs. Pauline Ken I[ I.I ) I(they: were guided by tne Holy Spirit hospital staff we extend our heart-
the 1963-64 school, term: nedy and Mrs. Bertha Register. I i I I I I I' into all truth, John 16:13. As felt thanks for each and every kind
In the Ungrad1fed Eighth( Grade Miss I loyal and faithful service renderedto
: Virginia i! :they began teaching*thru the inspiration -
'S' Primary Pro-.Milton arid Mrs Pauline Howard..;j.' I of the Holy Spirit, they* our loved one and to the family:
1 *, |gram comprising Miss Milton will also teach some I 'gave to us the system of govern- throughout his last illness. ,From
>.t..i. ? -afthe'. first three high school English and Spanish. I I I ment which must be accepted. The the depths of our hearts each of
years of school, Mrs. Pauline Kirkman will have '(I Apostle Paul and his colaborerswent us shall always be grateful. We
h', ws have the following -one section of the Ninth Grade and ; ) about establishing local congregations pray God's blessing upon each of
teachers: teach high school: Mathematics, ) you. .
of the Lord's church in.
I :
Mrs: Billie Payne )
Mrs. Dorothy Fennell will have a
the communities and
; Mrs Ruth Tay- section o fthe Ninth Grade and I' : many countries The Family of
[tar. Miss Peggie I' thru which they traveled Stewart Goodbread:
'tv teach Girls Physical Education. I, I and we read in Acts 14:23 "And I
+ McCall, Mrs. Julia classes and coach girls basketball. '
.. ,when they had ordained (appointed -
iVlrs. Hazel. Hunter M&e Mrs.Looper Alma, section Mr. Jimmy of the Tenth Cbe will Grade have, teach one I I (I,! 1 ) them Elders (plural) in every the pattern is sinful and an addition
Bradshaw and Mrs Gwendolyn Tu- Social Studies and .coach boys) I church so each local congregation -I to the word of God, Rev. 22:
I I I [ had elders (plural). I II 1819. There can be cooperation
ten.Fourth basketball and basebalL J
Grade. Mrs. tthel Chan Mr. Harold Bethea will,have one j' ,;: j j I These men were also called pas to perform a task when one 'een-
dler. >. ', l tors (plural) and bishops-'nd sometimes gregation is unable to carry out
of the Tenth Grade and
""I'r' each: I I;I ; presbyters. Eph. 4:11 Phil. j its program of work but never do
1 high school Science and ,
Fifth Grade. Miss Alice Belt and I : } 1:1. 1 Tim 4:14. The work of Titus I I we have any example of combination
Mrs. Frances serve as assistant football and bas- j I [ :
Bradley. j ,also indicates that they had these where
]ketball coach and as track coach. I i I ][ '. I I one group oversees the
Sixth Grade Mrs. Kathryn Reid I j i[men hi every church, read Titus work of another. Notice Acts 11:
and Mrs. Thelma Williams. Mrs. Doris Bridges wiD have one j( !!>1:5. There were also deacons (servants 2930. '
Music, Mrs. Nell Rhoden 'section of the Eleventh Grade and j I I I ] who
and ) appointed to
were serve
.1 teach Homemaking Education I!f j i[ I' The pure congregations of the'
Harvey Oehlert.
under these who
f men were to.
;[ | 'Church of Christ across the world
Mr. Wendell Grace will have one j j I
Special Education be proved and then appointed
Mrs. '
: Margaret today follow this divine of
I section of the Eleventh Grade and ;! pattern
Scaff. | 'as they met the spiritual require- ,
1 teach some junior high and senior : ;1 j j I f'I ments. The requirements are set church government. Each congregation -
Secretary for the is autonomous (self-rul
School is Miss Josie Hewett.In Elementary. 1 high Mrs.Science.Blanche Perry'will have one ;: i I {|I i I forth for both the elders and dea- ed) and each teach the simple planof
cons in 1 Tim. 3, and Titus 1. The
the Junior Hugh and: Senior i section of the Twelfth Grade : t salvation as has been set forth in
of deacons
i appointing is recorded
'' -andI !. previous articles. On these simple
I in Acts 613. The elders or over-
I : ) I teachings we can and must unite.
;j seers are still in subjection to
Please study and this les-
: i .1 compare
.:... Christ and must give an answer as
-- Complex New Cars: !. son with your Bible and see for '"
} j to how they have performed the yourself that this is not doc
Demand Care ByEXPERTS I| : I 13:17.task of feeding the yck.. Hebrews I II trine, it is the doctrine of my Christ..
Can anyone feel animosity to
I j' I II I I The jurisdiction of the officers of I{one who would any clearly set forth
L 3 3 I i the church is not to exceed the: the truth of God's word on these
If : I I bounds of the congregation to which.1: vital subjects? Probably sewbut
1911 CADILLAC '-- -- ] they have been appointed notice I then, they crucified Christ for teaching -
---- :u. .::J: : I 11 Peter 5:2. Since each mature i iI the truth, and he has said
I I congregation is to have these officers that the servant is not greater than
'Way back when'many folks 1, r t I we can easily see that they the master.
could their ( I are to function separately. There Sincerely submitted by
keep own car running \ I
F fore the setting up of conferences, I Kenneth E. Thomas
smoothly but t today, your synods, councils boards, or any Evangelist, Oak Grove
car needs the expert, regularcare '' r other group which is contrary to1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 1 Church of Christ ..
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.I miniature, were arranged loquat j| To Be!MATHEWS HOGAX REUNION I Burnham News
leaves and two-toned |[Bible Course Jasper Athletic Singing Convention

... 3obhsi: I I! The luncheon was served' atl j jI | Offered In Jasper ]|f I!i I union The Matthews will be held Hogan Sunday; family, Sept.ref I By LOIS:ZIPPEREK Assn. To Meet Saturday NightThe

-, ) I small tables-a salad of chicken,! 1st'! at the Jasper V. F. W. Home. ,
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pineapple crabapple tember 9, 7:00 p.m., Dr. J. C. !are urged to came and bring a well 1 meet at 7:30 Tuesday nite Jn the' Convention will be held in IJve-
luscious, lemon cheese cake for, Moore will teach a eouI'Sein: Bible fined basket as dinner will be Is an"adventure Iy1IDderstoocL. Florida Power Lounge to make Oak Saturday night August 31 and

(Continued from Page 3) dessert. I[Survey of the Old Testament. The spread at the noon hour. .plans for the coming season. Sunday, September 1. All sessionsof
-G. Chesterton
(continued from page three)' class will meet one night a week Mrs. Corbett Dees Sec.-Treas S. J I All members and others interested the convention will be held in,

ington College in ,Alabama this,, ; :and will be a 3-credit college I Lamar and Patricia Hill and little -I,( are urged to attend. the Suwannee County Coliseum
Fall. dred Sapp second. !course. Anyone who desires may : MORGAN REUNION with seating accommodations for
. .The guest -honor", Mrs. Davis i take the course,. either for creditor daughter Vicki visited Silver two thousand persons.
was presented a lovely lingerie 4, I The Johnathan M. and Amanda Springs the weekend of August 16 The will
14tr3. Horace Lewis and Mrs. Jim without: credit. ACP Sign-Up Saturday night program
and 17. They spent the night in
Camp) have Bridge Luncheon .on robe. She left Tuesday 'morning::i; AHwho are interested are urged<,Thomas Morgan Family; Reunion Palatfca.Mr begin at 8:00 o'clock and adjourn:

Monday August 26, complimenting for New Orleans With her was the to be present Monday night., Sep-. :will I be held at Prospect' Church in ,desiring to request Agricultural at 10:30. The Sunday session will
Mrs. Virginia Davis' who left young son John William (Pete). I'I','tember 9. -; {,Hamilton County oh the first SUn- and firs Taft Green were 1 Conservation Program begin at 10:00 in the morning and
day in September. All the family continue until 4:00()( in the afternoon
TUesday to live in Puerto Rico. They fly to Miami and on to Puerto 1|I friends to come up from Hollywood Florida last cost-shading; on needed land andwater
requested I
Coral vine and pink roses were Rico. Mrs. Davis has accepted a !, I land and bring a lunch which week visiting relatives. conservation practices are I The annual meeting! of singers oft
used in profusion in the receptionroom teaching position there._ baUpet i reminded that they should make gospel songs and hymns has attracted -
Gainesville.Four al1 'I
be served
i will oon.I I
| Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer had quite! thousands to Live Oak since
and of the I I I their request at the local ASCS
the parlor lovely
I ,'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Sonny) I {Ia houseful of company last week. office its organization in 1944. They have
new home of Mrs. Lewis. In the students at the College of by September 5. I
Lucas of Houston are here visiting I i Medicine University of Florida, II I WHITE ..SPRINGS: Ion Tuesday :Mr. and Mrs. Roger|! Cost-sharing available on several come annually from many south-
living room was a gorgeous arrangement -1 his I'Skelton and children of Savannahcame em and southeastern states to joinin
er..Mrs. Simpson, and her
; I Gainesville, received research fellowships -I practices and a complete list
Sn tones of yellow and t mother. Mrs.. Douglas. They also of $600 each from the NEWS in. They left Friday. Friday of practices is available at the I singing the new and old songsof

greenye&W'zinnias, large and visited relatives in Tampa andBRIGHT ';Florida Division of the American I II Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Haupt and I I IASCS office. many writers and composers.

-- -- Cancer Society for the summer of by Sirs. Mary Collins son of Charleston South Carolina... The increasing interest and attend-
( 1 1I came in. They left Sunday. Mr.'I'II I ance of composers, writers pub-
{1963. The grants given to permit monthly I I
I 11 ,, .. I the students to pursue special studies -- W.S.C.S. will have its Churchin and Mrs. Haupt's son PeeWee is in ported a wonderful time and returned lishers, and singers in the annual
I ; related to cancer research,1 meeting at the Methodist ;the Air Force and is leaving next home Monday.; sacred song-fest has made it one

were issued to the following: the Education Building on Mon I week for overseas duty to be stationed * of the most outstanding undenorain-

Bernard Shepen, class of 1965; II day, Sept. 2, at 7:30 p.m. EverY- I in England. Then on SUIl- I Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver went I j ationaLmeetiags' in the southeast. ( .

;.Gir ,OJ' Robert J. Bellino class of 1966; one is cordially. .invited.. t day-Mr. and Mrs T. L. Kramer to the Santa F0 River Saturday fora TherjLis no admission charge to i

'.Richard L. Julius, class of 1966 I i I John Tbmlinson celebrated his ,and children of Savannah came into day of fishing. They were join- any sqjskm of the conventMon._
.and Rosalie Osterbind, class of i960j spend some time with Mrs. Eliz- ed by some of their children. They I''
CJi4itCNOWI George T. Harrell M. D., Dean I I'78th birthday"his home in White abeth Kramer. They have all re-'
4 i j Springs, Sunday.! 'There were five!turned their were Mrs. Leon Starling and fam- Peanut Acreage
of the College of Medicine, commended I to homes but had an ily and Mrs. Edward Brand and I
of his present:
I the American Cancer So- 'out eight children ,enjoyable time being together. i iI j I
I family of Jacksonville and Mr.
v r Mr. and Mrs.: Willie Kato of Alma, j j I Measurement
ciety for its support of cancer research .
Isaac Shiver Jr, of Fernancfina.j
"Mrs. Noah Tom
projects as part of its overall Georgia, Mr. and I Wflmer and Mary Alice Deas .. '
cancer control programs of pub- lfnsodof.Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs' and children took a short vacation.j j Leona and Jewel McCulley spent AvailableClyde .
I I'Office.f Tomlinson of Jacksonville, ito,I Silver Springs and
lic and professional education and Daytona the weekend in Jacksonville with I
i I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunaway of [Beach last thei law and J. Payne ASCS county office
: '. patient services' week. They also visited rson- ; daughter
i .
I I White Springs' and Mr. and Mrs. Six-Gun Territory. C. and Helen Lee. manager, has announced the availability -
r \ Wilton TomKnsoWof White Springs. j I I of a service to producers
The Harry T. Reids i are back I II' I I ,
S from their vacation all the way up I I There were eighteen grandchildren | Mrs. Ruby Ragans visited her Wilson and Doris Herring and Jon i I excess peanut farms which is

to :Maine. Young Harry, who has : and two greatgrandchildrenpresent. j brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and children spent the weekend in Yu- 'designed to help the farmer avoid
I' Two sisters-in-law, Mrs.! of in
been associated with a camp-out i '!'Mrs. George Young Sr. last week. lee with their brother and sister- the digging a peanut acreage
POND (JASPER). OAK GROVE CHfTRCirOF.CHRIST Mamie Tcmlinson and Mrs. Ada, I excess of his allotment.
from New York this summer join- I in-law, Joseph and Eula Herring.
BAPTIS CHURCH Between *aniiJennln both of White Springs excess
Jasper son :Tomlinson Any producer on an pea-
Pastrr ;ed the party and returned with :Mrs. Bert Zipperer was surprised
Rev. .
Henley highway_41\. them. I and as special guest. J. W.. McAl-, with a fish supper with aD the Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Waters of,I nut farm may avail himself of this
Monday School .._, 10:00
MorLing Service _? 11:00 a.m.a.m. Sunday. horn Bible Study 10 toll Harry left Wednesday for Jacksonville 'I pin. Everyone enjoyed a nice,trimmings at her home Friday nite, Jacksonville spent the weekend 'service, which provides for the

Training Union 6:30 Worship' .Service ........ 11 to 12 where he will.teach,again I dinner and day.. of. fellowship.. August 23. Those present to enjoy+I'with their mother, Mrs. Minnie 1],I,predetermination of an acreage of

Evening Worship ___ 7:30 Sunday Evenings :Service .... 7:00 this year.' :. ;-: Mr. "and Mrs. Bert Chasteen are j II this occasion were Mr. and :Mrs. Waters. ., .- 'peanuts by measurement which:
Midweek Prayer Service every Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00 I visiting his parents in Illinois. Aaron Hogan of White Springs, Mrs !i i i. I will equal his peanut allotment.The .
Phone WE8-2091 ;* :Mr. and Mrs. John Bembry of I cost of the service will be
Wednjday at 730
p.m. Mrs. Adina Simpson finally got '
They are expected to return home Joe Sullivan and grandson, Eddie
-JASPER-- FIRST-METHODIST"The -- the toweling fo rthe hospital hem- the end of the week. We wish I I Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham Palatka were visiting their parents paid by the producer requestingthe

Friendly Church" FIRST BAPTIST'CHURCH med and delivered about four do them[i a safe journey home. Russell Alderman, Shiela I I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cunningham I service.
and otherrelatives over the week- Awarded
N...E.BOOm Pastor Sayer Canova, Pastor.. zen.What I I Janet, Rusty and Ronnie Alderman County Students
ORDER OF SERVICE Sunday School'at -_-.- .,* 9:45 next :Mrs. Simpson, ? : MYF'ers, enjoyed a peanut boil and Mr. Bert Zipperer and Lois end. .
Sunday School ._ _.. 9:45 a.m. :Morning Worship ,.._,,11:00 ajn. :. this past week. Their plans for I Zipperer. I I I Alfred Johnson Completes
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Training Union ......... 6:45 p.m. :Mr. and Mrs.: Dan Morrison have September include a "bike hike." 55 :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hammock

Everyone *s m invited Evening'tWorshIp ............' 8:00' returned to'thenhome, Ft. Myers AH you young folks get a bike and Bryant. Herring spent the week-I II i of Pinetta spent Sunday with their Course In Forestry In Navy

EVENING! SERVICES .' Prayer Services Wednesday after several weeks_vacation, most :]'get in.on the fun. They meet each j I end with his sister. Mrs. Annie I daughter Mr. and Mrs. David I Alfred J. Johnson, airman USN

Junior Fellowship 6;00 p.m. at 7:30 p.m. of it spent In the Blue Ridge moun I'II Sunday evening ,at 6:30 p.m. at Morgan. Also visiting!: Mr. Herring Keeling. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anson M. John

Jr. High Fellowship .. 6:00: p.m. tains. 2 I I the Methodist Church. :!and Mrs. Morgan were their sisters Mr. end Mrs. T. A. Fletcher and son of Route 1, Jennings, recently
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. JASPER CHURCH OF GOD Mr. Morrison is retired-Mrs. I |I Mr. and Mrs. Addie Smith of Jasper children of Valdosta had dinner completed a course in Forestry
Service 7:00 Rev. Earl Leas Morrison (Maxie) will retire in t We are happy to welcome home i University
Worship p.m. and Mr. and Mrs. John An- Sunday with Wilmer and Mary "The Field of Forestry -
Youth Social Hour 8:00 p.m. Sunday School __ 10:00"Scm. about three years. They think they I:I Suzette Cason. She has been away j drews of Greenville. ,AliCe Deas and family. of Georgia, Athens Ga., thru
'Morning Worship 11:00 I I l at college for four weeks. .
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15 p.m a.m. may then live in Jasper and are the United States Armed Forces

BETHEL BAPTIST Evening Worship TUESDAY?.,..? 7:00 pjn. aided and abetted in that thought. I I Starting in September Sunday( Harlon and Marie Burnham and j jI i Mr. and :Mrs. George Young Jr. Institute Madison, Wise.
by their friends here. evening worship service will start j I children and Linda Selph spent the j:and children of Perry visited their He is continuing his education
Bible Study at 10 a.m each Sun. Prayer Meeting 7:30 :
pan. weekend in Lakeland visiting rela- the
:parents and grandparents, Mr. and while in the servce
.- again on the second and fourth
'i I
Church Service 11 a.m. 7 pjn. FRIDAYSY. Virgil and Betty Lewis and children I I tives. The yalso. visited in Tampa i iI I Mrs;: George Young Sr. Sunday. voluntary world-wide program for
Each First and 3rd. Sunday. P. .E._:,'__-__ 7:30.m.( Sundays at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is j
,- .. Ann and Jimmy spent the' urged to attend.,. I and Clearwater. On Sunday MarI I'Also visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Youngi members of the Armed Forces. He
PBYE' 6:00:( p.a. each PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-' weekend with Mrs.: W.. A. Lewis. |I i. '., '. r ie'*'Ifiusins:'cm'together at a i iI i iI i Sunday afternoon were"+ Milo and' Is a graduate<
-Elder 1. M. DeVane pastor- WHITE' SPRINGS Ann had been at Girls camp in N.I I',I The community f wishes to express -I I park for a picnic lunch. They re.VWWWWtAAAAAAAAAAAAWI- :Mrs.. George Smith of Jasper.kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVW. school.

JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Ed. Montgomery, Jr. Pastor C. for two months arid Mr.and'; their deepest sympathy to. .. --v"--- """
SERVICERev. Evening Service, __7:30 Mrs. Lewis and Jimmy vacationed I
CHURCH p. m. :Mrs. Joe Roberts and family in the
E. F. Montgomery JR., l I .' in a nearby resort the past weeek loss of their loved one, Mr. Joe I
.. BURNHAM then they all :returned! to their home FROM
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. \ CHRISTIAN Roberts. SHOP
in Maitland Florida. .
Services' .. .........._.. ...-..... 11:00 CHURCH3 . .
'-- -- Paul H. Stewart, Pastor CARD OF THANKSWe
JASPER ADVENT Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 Mrs. Dorothy Ryan and daughter wish to thank each and ev- r; j YOUR CAR!
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Patty of Charleston S.C., were
Church Service Second and Fourth eryone for the beautiful flowers

Travis Carter Sundays .................. 11:00 guests of Mrs. Florence Ryan earlyin and consideration shown for Mr. Courteous -
Sunday School........... 10 a.m. CYF the week. Alton B. Silas.CLASSIFIED .
and Bible Study Second and
........ 11:00 a.m. dies.
Morning Service Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 To Serve You
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. 1 V E
Wednesday night: ADS'FARMERS : -Q ,..

Chcir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST We Produce and Process

Prayer Service ...... 8:00 p.m. "Enter Rest Pray" H >!
PEAS FOR SALE-Acre Peas and Milk direct from
CHURCH Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. our own
DIVONIA BAPTIST Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. Blackeye Peas. :Mr. McGauley,! \..
Rev. Truitt Comer Thurs j Can 792-3942. FARM STORES our own farms
Sunday School _.._ 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting each 8 p.m. Itpj i iI
Worship Services 2nd and 4th
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Wednesday night Prayer N. M. Rowell pastor 7 years.- Call North Florida Production 792-6331, or W. L. Bryan, I

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WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. REPAIRS-We repair all types I II

Sunday School ._.._..... 10:00 a.m. Training! Union __ 6:30 \ jn. I pliances. Mannings Radio Service |.
Y.P.E. Sunday ..._ 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Wednuday at ,(Jasper. 792-4421. tic GHomMILK9&::
Prayer Meeting Thurs. .7:30 pan .7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY I u :
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Sunday School._ 10:00 a.xn.I Sunday School 10:00 a.m.:

Horning Service 11:00 ,aan. (Each Sunday) FREE LUBRICATION! SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS Farm Fresh For Natural Flavor In Glass
Training Union tUL1....., 7:00 pjn.'.Preaching Service Each Sunday at I I Best of condition. Priced -
We will give a FREE Lube Job
Evening. Services 8:00 pan. 11:00 a.rn.and730p.m.Prayer .
to sell Mannings Radio Service
Wednesday service 8 p.m. Each with each oil change-for a j
prayer Meeting Wednesdayat
Jasper phone 792-4421 I
7:30 pjn. limited time only! ) tfc ;

TV Installed for] GOLDEN in
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH .Delco Batteriesat 100.00 and : Mannings Radio I 1 MILK/ 48'
Sunday School -"-- 20:00>(*aon. W. D.'Stewart, Pastor competitive prices! Service.
(A class for every age group) Sunday School 10:00 ajn. FRED TAYLOR'S 792-4421 Jasper tfc GUERNSEY y,gd. ---.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. TEXACO STATION _

Youth Fellowship 6:00 pan. rralning Union.._.. ... 6:30 p.m. Jasper 'Telephone 792-2903 NEEDED POWER PACKED WITH PROTEIN

White Springs every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pja. FARMS WANTED IF YOU( Live Oak"Fl6rida for an your

Swift Creek 11:00 each Sundayat GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF would like to sell your farm' musical needs from organs and '
pianos to records and. record play ,
see ns. We have calls for farms
3:00 ' GOD ""
Rev. George .Newton every week._W. L.Bryan Be* .i ers. tfc Ice Milk FamHy Size 79c'
Sunday School T.....: ...'IQiflQ LID. Real Estate Broker. Phone SY 1I I
STATENVILLE. 'GEORGIA Morning Worship...:.- 11:00 LJD. 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 USED ELECTRIC, RANGES FOR Gallons --.....
Allen Brooker Pastor J Sale. Good condition. $40 and r
Wednesday Night ____ 7:30
Sunday' School 10:00 ajn. .pan.. JS50. -Jas4
Prayer Service Georgia Plate Glass Co. Mannings Radio Repair, -
Worship Service 2nd and 4th
Sundays ,..-,- 1T..-. .... 11:00 ajn. Y. P. E. Friday Night 7 JO 4.Store FrontsMirrors per. phone '792-<2t tic COUNTRY STYLE CULTUREDBUTTERMILK. CHOCOLATE MILK\

Jr. and Sr.. MYF Each Sunday at JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD Kesflvered OPPORTUNTrr' OPEN for ambitious -

7:00 ''P.JD. CHURCH .Tub .Enclosures, Showers man 25 to 62, to operate Drink
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at, 215 W.. Savannah Ave. CH 25235
retail Watkins in this
8:00 pan. Sunday. School each Sunday at VALDOSTA Route com- So good for after school for the
10:00 .. munity. Earnings from $100.00 to) '
MYP Social Hour Each Thursday la i With the Golden Butter Flavor
I Services Each Sunday moraine PIANO FOR SALE PRACTICE $150.00 easy from the beginningFor children I-n glass.

SUWANNEE CHURCH OF and evening UPRIGHT FOR$50 UP. RECON interview in your area write .
THE NAZARENE j Old time Gospel Sing last Friday. DITIONED. COLONIAL HOUSE Watkins 659 West Peachtree St. N V2 gaL 32C. 46C

Facfl Florida each month ............ 8 p.m. OF MUSIC llOg N. PATTERSON. E. Atlanta.
In glass % gal.
Sanday School ........ 10:00 AjVL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH e -
reconditia&ed-all In good
PreacMag Service ......11:00 A.J.!. STATENVILLE.GEORGIAD.
Evdag Service ........ 7:30 PJbL W.SaBBOa, Factor FURNISHED APARTMENT FOB working ordexv, The Jasper News

Wednesday Prayer :Meeting 7:3*. (Services Each Sunday) RENT. Telephone 792-3771 or FOR SALE OR-RENT Wonder Open All Day Labor Day
Sunday School lOrfH a.m.
7926791. tfc Bar. Also one deep weD
CORINTH! MlSSIOHAR.YBAPTIST Morning Worship 11:99 a.m.

Hev. MaraIs Morrison CHURCH pastorFunday Tralsifig Prayer Service.Union _Wednesday 630 pv at r. TRAILER HOUSE FOR SALE- pump 2 acres$75 land end-$l9@0.o4..;room Wonder House Bar Jas oa: I Store rlOUrS 8:00 ajn. to 8:00 .

School (every Sunday 7:30 pja. ..New very nice.. Only $995. Ed per, Fla. ,. S13p Per Week .
7 Days
at 7:00WHITE IUD. Toaapkios,Jasper by Mrs.Douglas
except ANa Sunday) 10 a.m. store. TRUCKS FOR SALE '55 Chevrolet .
Preaching: Serrie each Sunday SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL 2-ton:: for Good condition : -
at 11 aoa. and ,:SO pjn. >HOLINESS; WANTED TO BUT Model 'A' reconditisaed$450.motor. 1-ton : REMEMBER: fn. shop for dairy and ice cream products at your nearest Suwan

Prayer Meeting each Wednesday & Sehool eeh'SBady, 1040 .... Ford 19 or 21-inch wheels also pickup truck, '49 Dodge' $250. Ed nee Valley Dairies Farm Store for freshness, flavor, and low pnceal J '

at 730 pjn.1 P_ a. -ric. .rtry lad ad other parts. Call Jasper News. Tompkins: Jasper By :Mrs. Doug-

Tninlng Union __ 6:80 pja.4 NitStayat11am,8t 7M0)m. Mrs. Simpson. lip las' Stare. lip WSJAv..cJ.c't1' v.-'tJ.-J.: r"tV 1':_' J"--.J."W-- ..:r_ -g-rr .G J.ft".t"- -..a..V6A.Pr:5 .-...



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Friday, August 30, 1963 .. .. .,

With Your HomeDemonstration I The Jasper fire siren sounded 1, 'trC4 rapcr
: A business meeting of the Dance -
abort 2:20 this Thursday afternoon
Club will be held Friday night at and firement went to the comer of TEENAGE CAMPers ..- Published Every Friday x '; "*-j

Lounge.8:00 p.m.AH in of the last Florida year's Power Satley] and Central where an automobile 4-H'ers from Hamilton County' :Second. .Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida
:Agentby bers are urged to be.present. : had caught fire under the who attended the Teenage Camp I' Subscriptions Strictly in Advance '
xxxL A few squirts from a fire were Sharon Howell, Wan hell Wa"kf..
: 3.00 In Hamilton $4.00 Outside of County
.& County -
Wy'm' B Wh-t- exit,gtrisher were. ball .that were er, Rebecca Dedge, James Dodge,| ,
annual Johnson Family Reunion iI I Don Wetherington.We I "Telephone SYcamore 2-6331) .:=.:

will be held Sunday, September went to Cherry Lake on Friday -, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publisher.
1, at the home of 3Ir. and Sirs. Hospital: \ C\V= the 16th, and stayed till Sun-;: -
t Gelon Cheshire. All come and d3y( the 18th. Our camp chairman:: ]\ --
bring a basket lunch for the noon was Sharon Peacock from Taylor ,

hour.A County and co-chairman was Jimmy f .1. THE. AMERICAN WAY 1.
: Cherry from Madison county. .::
LILLIAN RILEY k We went to carry out our theme I

cup of ammonia. Or, you can find "Building 4-H Citizens Today. forTomorrow. ,
is 1 commercial cleaners that will doa ta, ." I 1
August "4-H Girl of the Month" good job.Apply Mr. Andrews and :Mrs. White .
to the walls with eithera were the only leaders that went.
I Pledge- sponge or soft cloth. Wring out Mrs. Annie Mae Daniels We left here at 2:30 p.m. and ar-': IiEY-SGU'R&
My head to clearer thinking CLEAN BEFORE PAINTING Mrs. Emma Nixon Kq.11N6 'f1lKfGOWN
the sponge so that there no possibility rived about 3:45. '
My heart to greater loyalty, Clean the walls before painting.In ,I of it dripping on the wall orwroodwgrk. t Copy Postell : From the 14 counties participatiing .

cases vvtiere/,contracted After; cleaning, each, Daniel Whiter j ere were about 70 4-H'ers|
f make sure that the paint- area'rinse with le r-wa.ter., ; *" Mrs; Carrie Avriett *>: ? '- it-..aiid'le' .d i-s. Oil S turdayTnorningi t-.. # /i s
should take all oil and dirt Herman Fletcher'WiD 7:00 and ate ,
r er's estimate includes a preliminary This we got up at a.m.
washing. Or you may save on fihns off the wall. 1 Mathis breakfast at 7:45. At 5:00 that aft- viti VF r R S
labor costs by doing the washing I,CLEAN PAINTED WALL Mrs. Mamie Deas ernoon we were going to have a SZh6 .t
yourself. INSTEAD OF REPAINTING I Miss Lucille Brown- ., '. cookout but it was held indoors (If ,,

Remember that paint won't clingto I I Painted walls in good conditioncan I Mrs. Essie Sweat' on account of rain. We had steak, .
Daniel Kirkman /
Ynr greasy or dirty walls. be made to appear freshly potatoes and tea. vf.// &
Here's for: wall with cleaning job. Hattie Mae Davis (col.) 8:30 .
a simple recipe a painted- ,a goad I On Sunday morning,
: and woodwork cleaner: Mix % I I I The outlay will be elbow grease. Sarah Butler (coL: ) till 9:15, we had a 4-H'er to bring
rry cup of washing soda, 2 quarts of ,You'll be amazed at your results. William Horne (coL). an inspirational message to us. +
water, % cup of vinegar and H -and it can be fairly easy doingone I Cornelia Randolph (col.) 1:00 p.m. we departed for home.At.I w

or two walls at a time. PATIENTS, DISCHARGED I think if more 4-H boys and ,,,i'
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I 1 First use a waIl brush or va- SINCE LAST WEEK: girls work hard enough, I think 6.
delegate to help plan the 4-H State cuum dusting brush to dust walls I M they would enjoy this camp very .
program.To .and remove cobwebs and dust i, :Mrs. Ollie Weaver much. I' 1Y i
I me she is a pretty brownhaired threads. Work from bottom of wall j I Mrs. Ethel Chandler: Reporter Dennis Smith IIQOFSI t 6

hazeheyed young .lady with up. Mrs. Betty Tyre I Jasper' "Senior-4-H dub .
Iwe poised manner-a direct steadfast \ Next, collect your washing equipment. Clara HendersonMrs. i i,;
Pauline Nicholas
'look in her eyes. Two sponges will make the KENNETH WOOD IN OKINAWAI
I I had' asked her to come to see job easier and faster one to use Valentine Nicholas I Marine Lance Corporal: Kenneth
r4e I me. We set the time at two o'-'[with soap or detergent and one to Margaret Stewait'cot( ) 0'G. Wood Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
clock and she came at two (check use in rinsing. To remove soil, Teresa Sauls .Kenneth G. Wood Sr., of Jasper is ,
t Zeffie Daniels (cot) K
:another point.) use a mild soap or detergent and !I Lee enrolled in the basic supply course
-I Blue is her favorite color altho I warm water or a.mild commercial i, Emery Grantham >!at Third Marine Division Schools, Far-'f' I
My hands to larger service, aMy .I :Mrs. Anna Shiver. i
:j she was weaning a beige blouse ,paint cleaner. Camp Hansen, Okinawa, 'a ,
health to, better living for and brown skirt that afternoon.She An oH tried and true favorite,I Guy Dedge I The course trains Marines in the I f
my club, my community, and my f Mrs. Juanita Law ,,-- '
was well groomed. cleans easily and even removes basic supply procedures as uti1izI -
-country. Lillian likes roses and has a bed-I scuff marks without damage to the j I I I I R. A. Knowles I'ed by the Marine Corps. Upon com- Dead Cows Give No Mil:

Lillian's 4-H Record shows: of them she helps to grow. paint. It is soap jelly to which you !' Theodore Gibbons (col.) ," pletion of the four week course, LT:1 -
.Received Chamber of Com- Like most young people she pre- add whiting. John (Pete) Smith students: are assigned to supply __ : -
merce Award. "fers modem music. She carries I Dissolve % cup of white neutral 1 I' Clyde Jones (coL) I(duties with Third Marine Division 1-, ,. .
A leader in her local club. Helen Henderson (col.) __-If'. "t.
an Ape Card and she and her best soap flakes in a quart of hot water. units where they will receve further -i' 1 '
..As a health recreation project, friend 'Terry Bonnel, attended a Allow to cool and jell. Stir in % I r on-the-job training. :2 J JI I A.nnoIlI1Ce.S r. < ,ii" \
1.She planned and.carried out a 1- .....
the Coliseum this You can buy whiting J .I. i
concert of whiting.
at summer :cup __
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tour of the Hamilton Hospital. when they visited her aunt, at paint and hardware stores. I rpblutionary 7
( (They were courteously received Mrs. Mary Norton in Jacksonville. I You can make this up in a large >> .f I II fI -I \a t
and shown the- working ol She makes most of her clothes{ quantity, store it and use when
the hospital. and likes lots of,them. When I told I :
!needed wall paint with GHP
'2. Planned and participated in a. I her I only liked a few she smiled. | Whatever you' use to clean the "Mew Arrivals? OBITUARIES "
hike (The Kennedy Walk) about -'I 1 She is in the Eleventh Grade at painted wall and trim, be sure it's I J ** ff i
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eight! miles. Jasper High and hopes to go tot mSkL Start at the bottom and ap- GHP means Greater"Hldlng-powef
3. Helped find safety hazards at: I business school-said she didn't ply to a small area of walls and Mr. and Mrs. Don DeLoach of -
school. want to teach. J* j woodwork with a circular motion. I Pinetta are proudly announcing the y "

..She was elected local president t:I The interview was a nice experience -t Rinse with clean warm water and arrival of a son born Wednesday, I MRS. LILLIE MAE ROYALS I Easl.rToA
three years. ( for me and gave me a good another sponge that's clean. |August 21, inn Madison Memorial I
'S Was selected to attend 4-H Short. I impression of a normal 4-H girl- As 'you clean, overlap edges of Hospital. The little lad weighed I Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Colno9 PPrs I/ I
4 Course in Tallahassee. There outstanding because she works area just cleaned. Change your IVz pounds and has been given the!!Mae Royals 67, were held Wednes- New
she performed duties as a. with her" heart, her head and her rinse water often, and keep your name Stanley Edwin. Mrs. De-'I'day at 3:00 p.m. in the First Bap- ,

group leader and was a council I hands. ,rinsing sponge clean. Loach will be remembered as the tist Church. Mrs. Royals a resident i _____ .

"' ..?.?... ..,:a.a.a.vvvv...IV".A rt.iiiit' it91lSfYtltMM former Armenta Keeling. They I, ',of Jasper, passed away suddenly -
M have two other children.. at her home Saturday: morning Corers

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bryant Survivors include her husband, Further
Tyre are parents of a little girl, George Royals of Jasper, five
Jo Ann Tyre, born August 21 in daughters: Mrs. Elnora Griffin of
I Hamilton County Memorial Hospital. Jasper, Mrs. H. R. Creech of Sta-

tenville, Mrs. J. W. Newsome of
I II I j Jennings, Mrs. Grover Frier of
I I I White' Springs, Mrs. Gelon Bran-
f Willis Robert and Zeffie Lee Daur-
t 'nen .of Starke: one stepdaughter,
iels are parents of daughter born I FasUr
,Mrs. A. R. Griffis of Tampa; three '
in Hamilton Memorial > r lONE
Hospital on
I I|sons: John H. Mathis of Jackson-
vZamIliids,- ; August Daniels.24. She was named Jo ,vile, Earnest L. Mathis and J. J. i
Anne ;,Mathis both of California: two sisters -
: Mrs. J. W. Cherry of Valdosta -
and Mrs. Tom Minter of Mil-
I I I ledgeville Georgia; three brothers, COAT COYIM.1eaidIM

( |D. H. and L. W. Booth of Valdosta 1at leWtCN
17 JEWELS land Jim Booth, Lake Butler.I ...
lisi L Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Zipperersang E COAT FLAl ed.r
R. lar q,. 1. I ,. three songs: "No Tears in tjuwGH .Drh.Ifrw..auia. II hliu

ti0d I, Heaven," "If We Never Meet Again '.Clam1s .i-....
," and "The Prettiest Flow:: nalu.ris. K Mir M ,
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Transistor i 0
writers BOXES "Worry never solved a Active pallbearers were Jerry "" Air- .c-M. s,....If
f $49.95 from $69.95.RADIOS from 19.95 from J3.50Charge problem ..*' Smith, Dr. Fred Mickler, Kenneth ........ pout sun

.M '_ $2 weekty., $3 month it! I In all liklihood there are very, Wood Maurice Bennett, Horace loo*for this can with the ColdTop"r
'S ,.. 1 rte' J.. very few of us who don't let Royals, and John McCormick.
: anxieties get the best of us from Honorary pallbearers were Geo.

Mans 611 e time to time If S quite understandable lAvriett. Barney Newsome, George J.O. BURCHBilly CO.

at S ', of course, that we : .Smith, George Connell, Walter Sta-
,rill II Imrrrrr nr I are to be concerned with matters teen, Charles Chestnut, Jack Vin-
I that affect us, and it would son and Wallace Herndon. O. Burch owner Jasper, 792-3801
: be quite unnatural if we didn't Rev. Hubert Hendley assisted by
dwell on ways and means of cor- I Rev. Sayer Canova and Kenneth'Thomas
recting problems that upset the /' officiated. Interment was Ii PITTSBURGH PAINTS
1 PEARLS Forstner I. D. ClIAIOSnRACELETS equanimity of oar liBut inOak Grove Cemetery near Jas _.

anxiety over matters beyondour per. Harry T. Reid Funeral Home ,fpST P fiN7Eor
53 $150 Large
: e' from 6.95Charge Selection control only serves to add of Jasper was in charge.i .
Easy Terms t :

S.. -- --+-.. :. it! -. .;.... mal more quota unpleasantness of worries to the nor-can i -.."' A4'A'j M'-- -..:'_-_-. ....?....,..... -.. v.? .,:a-_... ....-...
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everyday liv-

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: .... t'Irll" II' I worried and anxfotn over your .V Meet Your Friends At
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....-... Itf .., wa-sbday duties relax! You ::
::.-=..:,..r- -.=....tia....;:: trill find a simple,. efficient and ; V' **- ,
ate eid iAt
alt economical solution ;
=;::... to all washing .
and cleaning needs at JASPER t '
Telephone 793-6931. ,"
Rings, from KINGS For School ; DIXIE
PAY 1\il0NTHL'.I. $9.95 to $500. Up to $65. large selection Watch for a red date on your ,

Pay monthly $5 month dry cleaning ticket-its worth \ ,

I $3.01 in dry --

.1I1J f = i; ... tiI j : : $: kating Rink -- ,

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by Ansco andKeystone by Ronson. RANDSfrom by Sunbeam, IRONS UNDER. THE BIGTENT IN'

Schick Ronson Uni- by G. E., Sunbeam .
$4.95 I
Remington versal, etc. etc.SAMSONFTE I '


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Sept 2nd CHEESE pkg. ,
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one with!;od order MULLET. _________________Ib..1ge, Sliced. 04'-< ', t" _,Bacon
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7PRESS: INGS ., -s .-. .--- .__ glass: Franks .. 1

Roquefort AC ALCOA _, m FRESHLY :i', -' ,
(|ieese &:oz. '- JPr FOIL .WRAP -SJo: :...,;1,, 'ST... GROUND ,- POUND $139
1 75-foot Roll :. BEEF PACKAGE
r 8-oz. ",fcSFCole I _

S '*:fc 9C (. 83cI' .::69. C : Halt. f. C' GRANDEE 4-oz. PACKAGE
Slaw 8-oz. iIfj ) u : Gal CHERRIES _____._ 21c LARGE

; ;) ': eam" POMPEIIANOtIVE 8-oz. canS'WANSON'S C
Gt ., ri ;CO'O": I'L 24-oz' 35 fc L : v
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BUSH, BLACKEYE.: -.::1..1.l 6$ 'I .00. HEINZ 14-oz. Bottle: u J s 9't c::::=:::-:;-- '" ';s.r .

I4 1 H* No300" ..can ; ; ... 'v I KetchupA .1. 9 C 7"ta'll cans$5 Limit or 2 more with food order." .

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Carrots 10 -
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'' ''-' .order more ; 1'IHb' I1 .' 37c<< .,,Prices. r"Good; A g. 29' .tfaru Aug. 31 )!1963 QUANTITY. IV GHTS RESEED _
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