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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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November 22, 1963
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
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Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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Thigsieat i ; Church of Cod .. .. FARMERS SET DATE I -
: ., J LET US
Greenville Here Have :Guest ; ; TI!! .

., .<....,' ".., ',. T The.Hamilton County Negro Farmers "GIVE IANK1 -
have set November, 1963aa
Friday Night Speaker the day for holding their ;Annual .

Farmers meeting. This event L Police
The Jasper Bulldogs took the I Rev. O'Neal.Hughes will speak will be held at Bethel: A. 1.1.E. .
leadf in the first quarter here Friday -: at the Prayer: Meeting Tnesday I -
Church In the Beflville
: night: ;: .W td: then kept their1 :I November 26,- 7:30( pitn. Community I
reports Isaac Chandler Jr. Assistant
attack In'high--gear'for-, 31-6 football -! Rev; Hughes is the father of A person would be:
,victory over' Greenville 'and! Rev s Irving- Hughes, pastor of the County'* Agent.A I vised to .look behind )
the Suwannee Conference"northern local Church of God. group of farmers, assisted by emotional-facade he UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICEThe
f division championship. I He is pastor of the Church of God the Assistant.County Agent and Vocational erected: ,concerning

The triumph left the Bulldogsof i tn. Nocatee Florida. A very eloquent planned Agriculture program Teacher,Nov.ember has I That b'ciril Jasper Ministerial i Alliance wishes to announce
a for'you on
coach Bill Brewer with +4 I speaker and prominent minister Kenned sate .
a 39. that this the Annual Community Thanksgiving Service. be heldon
We hope to
term 'a.their bill
in the Church.
overall record and 'a final 4-0 lea-i 1 ? !
gue'chart. It win now-havetd"pla .- Rev; Hughes has many friendsin gram will be very informative.and in. tha I ore o!+ Wednesday, November. 27, at 7:15 p.m. This year's
the southern divi&ibn this area which will be of enjoyable. The speakers :for this WSat service will beat the
Reddick glad
< day will..have: much helpful) information For, carries Jasper Presbyterian Church. The
r champ for the Suwannee title. I' the opportunity tohear him speak. to pass on to you.: All Jar- .tones of!Justice to Program is as follows:.
Jasper began strong with ani i The public. cordially invited to met -nd friends of farmers are tro4denJa in fact ,a : INVOCATION PRAYER
lead Mien unhl[attend < this'service;;:*whidrwe-exi. those i Norman Booth
early aid: fcept firing i :{( invited. put ;who work !
it has. amassed: one, sided -:424 f ref to:be' !!%,i special inspiration to J,j jaD'who Refreshments will be served fol- who works.- RESPONSIVE READING Rev Sayer Canova

yards. of rushiilg} total: '. .win: attend. j|lowing the program ployees union men THANKSGIVING PRAYER Rev. William Van Zant
1 ..ASocial }Fellowship sfjtf ,follow
Two sophomore spe (t merrliantspaced I I the ,servjepf in'the Educational j.(Isaac Chandler Jr. union men-=behind THANKSGIVING MESSAGE Rev. Hubert Hendley
the overwhelming attack ; Asssistant County Agent a police state. -
they overan the Greenville eleven- Jsafldmg at the church. j I|P. O. Box 101 ; i 1 I .. (Former pastor Bright Pond Baptist

Halfback .Johnny Peterson picked jl Jasper, Florida ph 792-4541 I So far ou hiring t
JASPER MINISTERIAL !t : hired if ibis bill b
up 183 yards on 14 carries and
For; the would be
scored two touchdowns.. ,FullbackMike !j 1 ALLIANCE, :.MEET j j I SLIGHT CHANGES IN the American people unless the bank could prove Ministers Speak II ,
Jones ,Jo1If wed, in his foot-' as the Federal :
:: '
I 64 FEEDGRAIN. otherwise=:the woman had been
,steps with 159 yards rushing in Same: important. business was them to dp or they
: nine traps and two tallies: transacted at the:recent Ministerial PROGRAMParticipation penalty. 'I And such? refused employment .because of Monthly At
her race. Faced(f .with i that sort
Alliance I
'meeting. The Thanksgiving
/%* Peterson scored the first .Jasper under..the Civil ig )
grain how theemployer
Service was set for November in the feed of arbitrariness i could I
*, TD in the initial period.on a one will be 1963, run;the gamut, prove Jasper HighThe
27th at Jasper Presbyterian program necessary againin tI is was hot so.
yard plunge after a long drive. Church with the Service to begin at 1964xin order to be eligible for f andd imprisonment, How could he prove bei'ad
:. Jones then put one past the boards I,,7:15P.rn... A letter of thanks was price support,_on 1964-crop corn and stcuction business refused employment say be- Ministerial Alliance has established -
in the same stanza on a 51 yard sent! to the Suwannee River Regional : grain sorghum Clyde; Payne. Court of jobs and the cause of a personal belief he the Chapel Schedule id
run and then scored in the second I I Library for their purchase of ty Office Manager Agricultural; labor n1 ns.t held as to the wom n's honesty accordance with the .Jasper High
period on a. 69 yard visit to the the Bible Commentary. It was Stablization and Conservation: Ser .or morality? I School request The schedule is aa
end zone. I,voted to provide vice., reminds farmer.Mminium) I Consider the s follows :
In the third quarter Jerry Smith I ,for the hospital waiting magazines room- acreage kHfersion under the program will apply to union How could be? Most likely I Sept 25 First Baptist Church

-.'r,... *.*U*crossed heahine ryarda i Rev:.Hubert 'Hendley.resigned ', 'win be 20 percent of a farm's a. carpenter's hiring: he couldn't.' But by must or Oct 30 First Methodist Church
out after Peterson set the touchdown -' 'Treasurer and.'the AUianceaccept-'>M :totat-rr eefclgralh'We*forrihe two"' It fttractor.{ in hire the woman, for, under theCivil'Rlghts.Act Nov ;ft Jasper Presbyterian

up with a 37 yard run ed with appreciation his resignation grains. Producer signup will start of events' were. to of. 1963, the ,
'Peterson scored the final markerIn I and! nominated Rev. Truitt February 10, 1964 the union a dozen "btrrdeif "proof is on the"em Dec 18 Advent Christian Church
the last frame,on an eight yard Comer as the new Treasurer. He I Mr. Payne explained that the under the provisions ployer; he must,prove his inno Jan22 The Church of God
scamper. The run climaxed a 61 I was :elected unanimously.: A newt 1 program: for the two grains will be bill, he might very cence. And that, it need nol Feb 26 Divonia Baptist Church
yard drive. member was welcomed to the Alfi-I]I jshnRar 1 I to the 1963 program except for the .surprise- of be added is the earmark of the March 25 First Baptist Church
The lone Greenville marker. came I once, Rev. Irving Hughes, Church j j i l for these slight modifications: Heretofore police state guilty until proven -, April,22 First Methodist Church
in the second period when Rudolph of God. 1 1I 1 The top limit on diversion is Increased unions have adhered innocent. j.May 20 Jasper Presbyterian
Porter scored on a oneyard, from 40 to 50 percent for Church
I I rules of seniority, f Consequently, the banker .
quarterback sneak. GUEST 25 acres whichever is greater;; out. They won't be would either hire an unsatisfactory j i.
Harrell Reid paced the Jasper PREACHER'I I, In computing diversion and price do that any more. applicant or hte Federal Alliance
defense with 16 individual tacklesto ,the wishes to commend the Suwannee
Methodist Church Jasper 'support payment average
may be required 'to government could rescind its in-
his credit. Teamate Wayne Gar- will have' as their guest minister, I I yield figures will be based on the contractor surance on .the bank's de- I I River Regional Library for theie
ra shan followed with six stops. Dr. Robert C. Holmes District Superintendent i#,4-year ((1959-62)) average instead of I co-operation: in securing for the
Final score was Jasper 31* Green: to' speak at the .Even the 2-year ((1959-60) average : tio to the racial posits. And there is no bank I General Public Usage the "Inter
ville 6. -v ,ing Service Sunday, November124th. I I. While the total price supports area. And if the ; today, that can successfully I national Commetary on the Bible'
t Dr. Holmes comes with avaried for the two grains in 1964 are un- per cent Chinese. 20 t"I operate without FDIC. ,
i background: .He began his I changed' from 1963 levels ,a slightlY Eskimos. 30 per Actually, the bill goes beyond

I FihFryAt |ministry at Lady Lake in 1926 and ,,larger proportion of the supportswill 30 per cent Negro even these outrageous illustra- I Monticello To Play
I has served In Inverness Dunedin: be available as loans or pur- cent Hottentot that tions. If a customer of hie bank
Apopka. Miami Beach. Quincy, :"chasesd with corresponding: decrea- tor is going to get 15 is held to*be in violation of .I.I

Church. God First Church Gainesville and then i itas i ses in price-support payments ; Chinese carpenters. 20 Federal law-is Judged guiltyof Li Pecan BowlThe
| Disrdct Superintendent 'on'the: j I Payments to any producer are Eskimo carpenters 30 racial or religious discrimination -
The ladies will be serving fish{Orlando District. :Tampa District 'limited to not more.than 20 percentof white carpenters and t i -under this bill, .that eight annual Pecan Bowl
suppers Friday Nov 22. Come eatwith 'St. Petersburg District and Secretary the fair market value of any cent Hottentot 'I I bank can be told to atop, doing football game win match the un-
them or have yours delivered. Church Extension! for the 'acreage involvedand gardless of their business with its customer or lefeated Sharks of Chapman High

Telephone 792-6901. I Florida Annual Conference. We,t' The m X1inum'payment' rate: win seniority in*the :, wilLpay. the penalty (Apalachicola, against the Jefferson
Welcome Dr. Holmes to the pulpitof i apply to an the acreage diverted the union does c : have its FDIC lifted.Sympathy High Tigers here next Tuesday
-' First- Methodist Church. Jasper.- i i where the total diversion on the with the Federal for the 'downtrodden Night, November 27. and the entire
;, 40 percent or more of the '
Pecan Bowl Festival Is
,. is thing shaping up
... it can't comply-and one a police state

.- :':: :: THE WORLD J I,.base.Support prices for grains included ., tractor puts to work .1.1I .1I I I i is -quite another. I as The one Sharks of the finest.coached by WiiHam

w w- in the 1964 feed grain program: :. .
Wagoner and Clinton Banester
were announced July 18, 1963. as <
:.-; ,follows;. Corn (per bu.), $1.10 loan, -iZ THE .Ai defeated to date this season but
r the comparative strengths of the
i 15-cent price support payment. -" .
: tI
.: two competing teams will not be
grain sorghum} .
$L25 total support;, :
Y {(per cWt.). -JL77 loan 23-cent pay- -.: '. f .. ,, I known until the coming Friday
1. light when the Tigers meet Biouats
merit 52.00 support.
IIARRY BROWNE town the only ,common foe. The
I 'Freedom Magazine"Authors Sharks defeated Bkxintstown earlier
i in fee season by a score of 76.
Last Sunday; afternoon, fifty r The Tigers coached by Bill Long
.. .. MIpf0Qu, IB1 WO '.i youth and adults gathered at the "freedom'? ( laid down by 4hejthealre, 'owner. and. B>nny> Harper, have five wins
1 *
r K powrn+/ EducatiOOal'Bui1di g of First Meth They create. ;Free Choice ?e. 1 against three defeats for the tea*
Mott in1CTn ,odist clinch Jasper for RaDy on its meaning; but soon and consumer* should have son jut have- eenerally. played K
A "Speak Up for Your Faith". Five definitions. when they : their .products and.paychecks rougher: schedSte than have the-
i churches were represented in the the practical. Then theyob1tarily' choose to do. At.Slim The!? :***es have been to
,Speach Contest These speakers of exceptions and : one'has the right to Infringe upon J Perry, Mariana and to Maduen
l VWCTC Miss Elizabeth: Everett (ffic.feory -, have Just created. last Friday, 'Their victories were
wa- s Grove). Miss. Judy Searcy They become ,,zoning laws licensing- laws re I ever Florida IHgh, Quincy, Leon
fevm aowrvkC (f Lee), Miss-Susan Smith (Madison. ) "Does freedom of income taxes .and i other restric "B" and Greenvffie.
I M Miss Joyce Hammock fPlhetta), "fire" In"a crowded of the freedom..of' each to con-
and Miss 'Darlene''Moody (Jasper 1. freedom mean letting '
Kasstt After every Yo 1h.spoke, the. throat' competition?'* of hypocrisy to attempt to pic-j',
retired determine first 1 of freedom when they are .
#'.r LRf I judges to In the end. their EARLY COPY NEXT
and second to represent the chur-i nothing more than a } Our progress tow ns'at free-.
!'chs at the Youth Rally in Madison. i free to move as we these laws be repealed. In Jhefr WEEK, PLEASEThe
{The Judges were Mrs. "Tbhtnas: conform: with those of each develop: the capac;-
(Owens (Jasper Miss Janice King I -the_ ability to govern: ,his J .
True Jasper News will be print
and Mr. Richard Brown I
Obviously, that
.'(Lee). Freedom ;
The answer is I td on Wednesday next week oa
Miss Helen Fennema spoke to.I r. justice. prosperity and human re I \
by Joseph
'-' I th egroup an "Deaconess in the 1 I, dom is where each and aiming toward MORE freedom, I.I account; of.. .... Thanksgiving Def
:: : y U. S.. She Issued to the call to : one's* own property rather than '
!control of his property 'I so copy should be in our ba.Dds'I'
consider this fiekf of Qnistian Ser man's self-con
I i Isn't that an designed to..lessen '
; vice. After the Benediction the l bt lnis1 n!-.. / earner than usual Yom:
M (no elaboration, no .
t group had refreshments provided I II propose *'.to promote'the general
.(. I by the,Official Board The 3brought I II dom is where each and whether freedom win be In- 'I' usual good cooperation wilt be
': I J of his -
::\ First place, control property. Jt < : :
t.> I in th"evei fet.. And remember) ? ,,
this the appreciated.
; .a rr,, ,"MI t CI! STARTiNf!IE1".;.,+s.p III, ...>>cvwrit vN TMGEa4T was'Miss) Judy Search (Leejmd'J{j With For example as : aach anitWry; person? hal:. \
-f. "': / .IIIII cnAT1a+k. rnvTns-oo oua PARTjsip.paviKr J second place was Miss Susan Smith' question. : "
; A ftts J rr KA7fit .1.- Jon his premises : Iof'It his,property. -
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(! .AJ f With Your Home I JENNINGS HIGH .HOMECOMING '4: ': -
_, ,. HOSPITAL: NEWS Legal Advs .1S.thday ot'Dfeyeelher;
School News : e':. it un.-
._ D wnonstration.-! J Homecomingactivities: were ob- THELMA LEWIS; ClerK:
.. n I tN THE of the Circuit Court. Hamilton .
JENNINGS SCHOOL BAS I Ajrent i'JeI served>mngs-hescglit duringthe half-time City football of the I JENNINGS FHA NEWS OF THE CIRCUIT THIRD IN COURT..lUDICtAL Gregory Cour *County'ni u Florida. ;"
OPEN HOUSE Attorney Plaintiff
The P. T- A. by W.Tm? B: WJatPICl'URES' game ,Saturday November 16, at I I All Jer.nings'FH Chapter mem FOR. FLORIDA.HAMILTON COUNTY 404 oSt
met Monday night Tampa 2. Florida, SS"Z
the Hamilton County Football field- bees '
are planning to attend District
in Nov.
the school auditorium. The inspiration XORTGAGE IxYESTI 2229. Dec. c-n
FAMILY "LIKES"BEST I Wilmer pease master of ceremonies -HI FJIA meeting fa Chiefland Saturday TRADERS, INc.. a Florida NT -,
was Mrs. Barney 4
SUIT YOUR HOME congratulated: the football November 23. Several of the --. ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
Newsome. Then. Mrs. Allen Horget "other people's" artistic team and coaches for the outstanding members will appear on the day's Plaintiff COURT IN AND FOR
charge ,
taste when J. .
you select paintings performance on the gridiron in program. SILLS Jr.. M4 FLORIDA IN PROBATE
the business which *
from committees consisted of re etchings or drawing for your home. the Suwannee Conference. They Mary Wells .daughter of Mr. and(Donald Tyre '.: RUBY SILLS .. wit. IN RE The Estate of
ports and carnivalat DefendantsSTATE
the close o fthe meeting Mr. J. Your own family's likes are what ,have won three out of four Confer- Mrs. Kirby Wells is a candidate W. R. Miller *'S, i P 'rL.onm SUIT DOS V.
. W. count,if the .pictures.are to 'belong ence games and have a season re- for District Reporter._Barbara Mc Mrs. Annie Rhoden..;-... .. TO RUBY O NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
DeVane principal invited z SILLs, An
in your home.A (cord of seven wins and two losses. Culley daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Clayton Avriett I. unknowu: whose residence vWlmraer.creditors. of the Estate et Do.
everyone to Open House. This wos deceased. Are hereby!
in observance of American Educa- good picture, whether it is an Special recognition was given to Lawton McCulley who. served as I Essie Roudie c You are hereby required t to fll* notified and required to file any
original reproduction expressesthe the senior members of the team: District Reporter this last year I Alberta McCain o your answer or written defenses Ifthi.v claim or demand which they mar
I tion WeekThe; teachers were in any In the proceeding with have against said estate in the ef
their respective and personality of the artist. It re- Lawn Burnam, Wayne Frier Rob will read the minutes at the business Otis Lee c of fvTS Court and to nerve flee of the County Judge of Hamilton
rooms every- flects him as an individual and the ert Henderson, Robert Keeling meeting and act as Secretary Zora Williams c a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff County Florida la the Court House
one had a chance to view work and attorney whose at Jasper. Florida
** in names and address! within IKx (I)
visit with the teachers. me which he worked. It is not!'Delmer Smith Don Tyre and Cur-!for the day. appear hereon. on Ir before the ttth calendar months from the date of
Everyoneenjoyed always an attempt to duplicate. the,tis W etington. t I Linda Butler .daughter of Mr PATIEl\"TS'DISCHARGED day of December 1J J. the nature of th. nrst publication of this notice.
the open House. real I, jThe'"'queen,. Sharon Howefl; in a ;j and act as secretary for the day. J:Mrs. Nettie Reid : foreclosure this Proceeding of mortgage being against a suit the for II Each in duplicate claim or in demand writing must, and be mast filed
NINTH GRADE NEWS Many art experts. generally agree: '''Cona: r'' convertible donated by I I Linda Butler daughter of Mr. I I Mrs- Hattie i following described property, to-wit: state the place of residence and post

w. .Z- We.wereyproud:jof;Linda' Butler |hati prpdtioraj&>aDoj picture Eby Mr.HenryLee; WGe'v J i,and? Mr5v Johnny -'Butler! ,,, acjjfie, Mrs Malj Ilarvdy"a"Wynn : r- ,t Y.'feUewmg The East Ninety.,.a..or1be4.(90) feet tract of_the.ot office address, or to the bi Uve.claimant and
our representative the Queen's are more worth while than poororiginals. let'Company ,looked \\ovely dressedfa Heirs .daughter of )Ir. and Mrs.J. Tammy,Williams .... Und.0ne acre If land described MrVtreit.; of hT. ifttoWly?: .t"gia." -

Court at Homecoming.Mary _,: a, white evening dress. Folowingthe I WHiers and Mary.,Wells will j'Margaret'Rozier I "L > as the follows Southeast to-wit corner: Beginning of lot cold at become. -,' (signed void) according Kalysta Belle to law WImmer' _
Crouch Wells will be a You can learn to recognize the queen. on'; their. automobiles, present a talent number. "Swing- Mrs. Rosalind H.ende;; to Paul Hunter, and from thence Ji1ueetr :

basketball cheerleader. Rah, Rah. qaulities JU:?like f in 'pictures', byvisit ..were the members, flier .cour ]ling on a -StarMiriam Howell; Ray Miller ,- U North run East edge Zit of State feet Road aloof Number the- 1113.First publication. om Merembef' .. ,IS.NOT. ". '
"It's cold in them thar hills" J "art galleries i end other exhibit were the members of her court chapter president .will represent .' evjthence North 210 feet 15, 22.29, Dec. & :
is the name of our play. It is very, areas. Look; .,aU many different carving nosegays of bronze mums I the chapter in Ron Call. Voting I Mrs. Anne *Langford'Mrs. State thenceJWest Road No.parallel 6 distance with said :
a of
amusing. The characters-are: works before you make a choice'! with orange and black ribbons. j delegates wil be Carolyn Mathis! Hardee 219 feet; thence South 210 feet
t 'Paw-Frankie Johnson J for your home.The more you look 1 The queen and her court were daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. John F. Mrs. Pearl Blair to the point of beginning, contaiaiOK L-
the better met at the center of the field by Gail Sullivan Isbin.Tomlinson__ .. 1"acres and being b Bated 1LJNG '
Maw-Glenda Pittman you will be able to put Mathis and daughter -- # In the North half (N U of CABINET,4- Snoddy-Mary Wells' f your finger!tort; "the .something"+,their escorts and brought to ,the j,jof Mir and Mrs. T. Sullivan.. ]I Airs steiie Aicunin : Section 4, Township 1 North
Prissy Lou--Jackie Hiers that always draws you to a picture. sidelines where' Miss Ruth DeVane I The Jennings Chapter_ is in .j I I Ella Mae Smith! c i'.tH'f Range DONE 14 AND East.ORDERED at Jan only $49.95 at The Jasper New

Mandy-Angle fleas The qualities', 'ou .most enjoy are Homecoming Queen of 1962 charge of evaluation of t e meet- Ben Hawkins, c County of Hamilton. State JOt
I the' !crowned Sharon Howell Homecoming j I Aaron Baker c. .:. -_.-.-....- ,
Becky Mae-Linda Butler ones you can probably best! fag. Working on this committee are Julia Mae Bristol '-.T.I." -: --.. -.- ---- _.-A...... .,- ... -.:__- J J--
live with. Queen of 1963. c
Sarray-Betty Sue Zant Carolyn Mathis Sharon; Howell I '
NeeBe Ani>-Joe Dickson I When you know ',what. type of Queen Sharon is the daughter of I Sandria Rowell Barbaras Jo Hen I David Warren :ec ,
Zeke-Eddy Wynn picture appeals to yon, look at the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howell She is i derson and Ellen Scaff. i. NEW!

Bill Vandemere-Jim DeVane I picture with your' home furnishing Senior Class Treasurer "J" Cub| Chaperones for the group will be I BuRwAMNEws .
tin mind. Treasurer FHA Recreation Vice-'' Mothers Mrs Lawton Mc-
((Mrs. Vandemere nda Beaty There is no pat rule for Chapter
The Preacher Charles MorganOur ']how to "mix and match" pictures President, FFA Sweetheart Football -I Culley and Mfs.' Joe Howell and IN TIME FOR 'CHRISTMAS!,
grade won the P-T.A. ban- and furnishing except for period- and Basketball Cheerleaders Miss Barbara Pearman Advisor. I By LOIS ZIPPEREK

ner for the second time this year. style rooms. Generally however ((4 years) Miss J. H. S. of 1963 4-HI!I 1 1I I "Plans The Imperial Mark XII
get yoU into but
Parents keep comings! I if you want the picture to be the President (3 years). Hamilton County I I things
. star in your decor choose one that 4-H Council (2 years). She has I II I I I Ii [you got to work your way out

CHEER LEADERS contrast with the rest of the fur- been very active in 4-H activities.1* Will ,Rogers CAMERAonly.
"Rah Rah, Here we- come in our jnishing .On th@ other hand ,if you :I She is a member of the Jennings I) I Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Burnett and
orange outfits. There are six of us want the picture to play a supporting Methodist Church where she has a i'i i OBITUARIES ,lAddie Burnett spent last Tuesday
and we shall try to make a "heapof role do not let it dominate the I'!6-year;; perfect attendance at Sunday I and Wednesday at Steinhato- "

noise." says one of the cheering furnishings. I j I School. She teaches the kindergarten -i!i bee where they enjoyed. camping $3.98
squad. They. are Glenda Wheeler, BEAUTY TIPS FOR ROOM class. She was escorted by fishing 'and eating.

Elaine Smith Barbara Joe Hender-I WITHOUT VIEWNot Farrell: Bumanv I I I I I -...

son Mary Wells Martha Newsomeand every room has a pitcure- Senior Representative: SandriaRowell !1 II I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ,Cuuning- COMPLETE WITH FLASH ATTACHMENT
is the of The Rev.
Frances Morgan.BASKETBALL. I perfect view. Perhaps these tips ham, Mr. and Mrs. James Blair Takes 12 jumbo size
GIRLS and Mrs. N. M Rowell .She wan !I pictures in full color or black
wil help to add !Mrs. Franklin
you and in GaSton'and Mrs.
William M. Hartley 72, resident:
Girls from all of the grades will .'I terest ,to surroundings and create Treasurer of FHA last year and is I of Hamilton County died Thursday'I Isaac Shiver attended the funeral of and. white on size 620 film. See it at .

be out for basketball practice. They your own "view". *' j i again this year. Sandy is Chaplinof I November 21 in the Hamilton. C0unt Mr$. Etta Blair. in Jacksonvillelast The Jasper News
are: Linda Butler Angela Leas Even if you have only a pocket of Senior Class and a member t ty Memorial Hospital. i Wednesday. ;Mrs. Blair being

Rhonda Beaty Barbara McCulley sized yard you' may enjoy a gar.Club.of the basketball team and "J"I I j Arrangements will be ,announced the Aunt of Mr. Cunningham Mrs. ,.,. ,.- ,...,..- -' .&t---: ......-.. .'.VV..,. ..:r8J74'A-.A'Vtt
Nell Newsomer Earline' Burnam, den view. An area of 4 feet or less I later by Harry T. Reid :Funeral Gaston and Mr. Blau\ i 1.
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Gail Sullivan, Linda Selph, EllenScaff just outside a window can be walled II She is very active in church work j 1 Home. .
Nora Nichols;, Patsy Herring, in to enclose a small garden. In j holding offices of President of Sunday -j Visiting Mr aixl Mrs.* George Afi1VIK4'ti.c

Sharon Howell, Sybil Johnson, and It, arrange a few favorite plants! School ((2 years). Group Captain -],' LUCILE HENDERSON NAEVE] Young Sr. last week were Mrs. ( !ly&IQ/'fI/:11( / / _'
Linda( Smith. Our first game is with some interesting stones. You Sunday School Secretary (4 Winnie ''Martin of Twin Lakes on _,
November 30 with Georgia Chrisst- might like to add a piece of SCQIpture years), G. A. and YFC PublicityChairman. I FJuneral services for Mrs-: LucileHenderson Thursday and Mrs. Lewis Beatty There is
no substitute
She is member of the for quality
ian. or one small tree for a good Naeve were held last I and daughter Mrs. Sadie Zippereron
focal point. New Hope Baptist 0lUrchI Saturday 2 P. M. in chapel on Friday. 1'il building materials, Be SURE-
PANTHER SCAPTURE SEVEN .. Within your four walls there are I Sandria who came to Jennings Harry T. Reid Funeral Home. The .
WINS OUT OF NINE countless possibilities for creating'!rem Live Oak last year was es-J Rev. Nelson ,Booth pastor of Jas- CHRISTIAN WOMEN FELLOWSHIP choose from our line that is neat,
The Panthers have had a very beauty and a feeling of spacious Junior Representative Ellen Scaff per Methodist Church officiated. aiEETS: complete and can't be beat!
has been most outsanding. Here'isa ness. A scenic wall covering or 1 J parents are Mr. and Mrs.. Leon Mrs. Naeve was a native of Jas- The Christian Women Fellowship .

list cf our games and.the scores. Uown-up photograph can expandthe I Scaff. This year she is serving as ''perand passed away last Tuesday of Burnham Christian Church met .
Sept. 27 Perry,B.'............. 41-6 horrizons of a small or windowless Beta Club Reporter Class Seem! in the Veterans Hospital in Denver with Mrs. James Blair Friday >
Sept. 27 Carrabefle .............. 2-9 room. tary ((2years) and is a member of: i Colorado after a, period .ofclliming1iealtK de- November 15, ,at 3:00 p.m. with J + USED TrV ,
Sept 4', Mayo ................ 18-0 Anothe rdramatic effect ,ir'ErchMI FHA; 4-H J3years)>,,and j basketbalj, HeripaZ hm M>L fMrs. Anson Johnson Vfce president .
Oct. 12 :Dasher ......_....... 25-0 ved I by mounting a targe'yvbpd cr-! (2'years*, ,Ellen is Sunday. School l-and >tesc. Frank Henders\fc 'five in presiding. Interesting: programon p ONLY $50
Oct. 18 Branford .............. 14-3 |vine;? or a relief figure mains J r Secretary('a :member of. YFC,_and_ ,Jasper-'.'Other survivors &re' her "Church Spires in City Skylines"

Oct..'25, Hahira ..v............. 1 -13 (light-colored wall. Light it*tv th, an ,"Ne wHope Baptist,01urc. She wasicorted husband Henry Naeve one daughter was led by Mrs. Johnson. At the USEDRefrigerator .
Nov. 1;Greenville ............ 120Nov. inexpensive spotlight studying the I' by Joel Selph Miss Lorita Naeve both of Denver conclusion of the program Mrs ;
9. Lake Butler '.......... 8-141 j interplay of'light andshadows I parents Class Secretary ((2years) :, Two isiters :Mrs. Oleta Smith Ralph Cunningham took charge of '
Nov. 16 Crescent City ....,. 6-13 j Or spotlight your favorite painting. and is a member of FHA. 4-H (3 Roswell New Mexico Mrs Kathryn the worship service using as the :; /
Conference games played were,,,t :. a tapestry or an interesting I years) and basketball ((2 years). I Buckles Warner Robins Ga. I theme "Gratitude for the challenge Qiy.. :
Mayo Branford, Greenville and I tree branch. A single spectacular,Ellen is Sunday School Secretary'! Three brothers. Alton Henderson of mission" After which delicious III ONLY $75

Lake'Butler. Panthers: won three of I I foliage plant, spotlighted ,san shift !a member of YffC] and the New I i I Sacremento Calif. Raymond, Liv refreshments were served by the Ar.your electric ,
these .. the "view" to the center of the Hope Baptist Church. She was I Oak, Odis Henderson Cresjview. hostess. Bills sky high? SEE THEM ,'
Much praise is due our coachesMr. ;room. escorted by Jon Deas. 1, Pallbereers were: Matt Marable, W Bad wires could b.

Hinton Mrs. 'Blilly Blair and :; Translucent planels or grills may Sophomore Representative Ear-!i John fledge Gettys Braswell, Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James Colemanand Th.r.asonwhy. BEFORE YOU BUY!
Mr. Buddy! Burnam. .be used to screen out an ugly view. lene Burnam is the daughter of Mr. I. Bennett Clyde Hunter; Robert children of Jacksonville spent
A WORD ABOUT OUR TEAM: 'Sliding panels too, provide "scen- and Mrs. Harlon Burnam. She has Henderson. '' fej the weekend with their parents and
A ,wonderful bunch of guys ery" changes j;been a member of the basketball I I Interment was in Evergreen ,grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
the best ever" said one of the With imaginative treatment j team for 2 years "J" Club, 4-H cemetery in Jasper. Burnham and with their brother
spectators. -j rooms need not lack beauty whatever -,for 4 years and has taken piano I I and Uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harlon 'EVIERS' ElECTRICAL it'PLUMBING
A line or so about each player. the view.SPONSORS for 3 years and was Secretary of ]Burnham. 6'PPlltS'.

Jim; Bates, a junior ,a good run- + ;I I.her Freshman Class. Earlene is a f I ,
ner, pass receiver and a fine OBSERVANCE !regular member of Burnam Christian -j HELP STOP Mrs. Annie Morgan spent last SY 2-3801 ?p' .

quarterback. BIBLE SOCIETY Church whehre she has held week in Jacksonville with her son ._. F _'p.R p, __
Hprace Bates a sophomore I' Residents of White Springs Fla. the office of:CYF Secretary" for 3 and family Mr. and'Mrs S. M. Mor ., -

quarterback and always ready to today' urged by the Rev.- Harry A- years. II. MALICIOURNS > ,', ;an. Mrs. Morgan; daughter and -
play. Goddard, minister' of', the+ White Earlene:was'escorted. by Charles v family Mr. and Mrs., J. W. Skeen.
Lavon Bumham senior fast; t''Sonngs Methodist ,to join i ten millions -..Morgan. :: took her down there. Her son andfamily : KINGSBERRYHOMES

year to play and a fine 'pass ,re of people on every,-continent' 'to Freshman Representative Linda rhad brought her back. She re- :
ceiver. i in observing the twentieth a4liii t..l Butler the .daughter of Mrand turned _home Sunday.. I -r

Jeff Burnette Sophomore anda versary of Worldwide;Bible Radom Mrs. Johnny Butler ,is Treasurer : t I
fine defensive half back. 'ing. '\ *> *i 'r. '+4' ''6 fthe Freshman Class and the 4-H Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Redding and I

Jim DeVane freshman and a' This, program sponsored' by-the ''ciub.' She is also a member of FHA taken their place under the children of Gainesville spent the :

cent r. American Bible Society is a spiritual -'I'She has had 4 years of piano. Linda ivey-twined arch Mr. John Gloriaa weekend with their parents and 4
Vernon Creech Junior played bond among the peoples of the Is a member of the Jennings I frequent visitor inJennings sang grandparents Mr .and Mrs. God-

for his first year. Played defensive I world who each day between \Methodist II Church and leads singing "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." dan Alderman.. -OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-
ball. Thanksgiving Day and Christmas I I at Sunday School. She was escorted To concludethe half-time activities -
Jim Deas junior hard the same pre-selceted by Harry Pennington. Elaine Smith and Glenda Whee Mrs. Rufus Culbreth of Adel, Home.
and plays half back. of the Bible.Frequently. portion'1''I Susan Scaff the daughter of Mr. ler. with the other cheerleaders, led'I Georgia is spending some time with Ownership Is Very Simple
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.- Avon Frier .Junior and gaurd described and Mrs. John Allen Scaff was the in singing the Alma Mater. MrsCharlie Deas and When Handled
I I'flower girl. Susan is in the first Mrs. Myrtice Sauls. They visitedthen by Experienced
,. Wayne Frier senior ,a guard "world's largest Bible reading II Following the game. Homecoming -
player on the line and backfield. : class." the program offers a book-,I grade along with Howie Hartman, Dance was held i nthe Jennings brother Mr. James Leigh and People!
'l always recov-erd- )the fumbles. ,. mark which lists a selection from son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hart- Gymnaisum. The decorations used family. in Lake.City. ..Sunday.
Junior Griffin Halfback and the Bible for each day betweenthe man, who was crown bearer- the school colors and, featured a
good at blocking. two holidays. These book marksare After the queen and hercourt football mobile. Mr. and Mrs. George Young Jr. TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.
an ddaughter Thersa of ,
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year to play a: good pass receiver the White Springs Methodist church -- ---- I Perry Spent Sunday with their parents '. WILL BUILD .
and grandparents Mr and Mrs -
caught ,five touchdown passes. and at a number of stores, banks -

Glen Woody Herndon Herring- Sophomore Sojhomore a j jdefenshe I I I and libraries. ,r- ; I George Young.Sr.555 3-bedroom: 1 or: V/2 bath .
I Meet Your Friends At. : Mr .and Mrs.\ Isaac: Shiver attended' .
end playerplayed I -'
,fine We Degree with the spectator that church at First Christian I ". BRICK HOME : >
center and dida job. .
our Panthers are on the job. You Church in Lake Park, Ga. Sunday t _
Ricky HoweD Sophomore see what,success they have broughtto morning. They received a call from :
guard and always did his part. "' __ ON YOUR LOT : "Z'
Jennings High School, J daughter. Mrs* :Maurice LIndauer .
Robert Keelingbest offensive were: Gerald Creech. Wade.:;\Iur> : f of Valdosta when they came home J.o.-. ,
linesman and good line backer defensively V.A. No Down Payment
1 Managers for our grand team DIXIE inviting them to go up .
played a swell game. He I pity Grey Pittman :and Charles to Valdosta and have dinner with '.F H.A. Minimum Down, .

is a senior. i Runyon., They were always ready her-and her family* They also had .(Small Closing Cost) ,
Ronald I .
Keeling Sophomore to help the players. the pleasure"of being with another cone ;
offensive tackle ,and good blocker. I Football cheerleaders helped to of their children there Mr. and :. Other Type Financing Available

Jimy Murphy Excellent pass boost the players- They were very Mrs. John Edwin Shiver and chil-
receiver in fact he is an all roundtine gracious at all times. They were: Rink dren of Boston Georgia. | Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramorehave
ball player I Sybil Johnson Sharon Howell Linda -Skating .

Delmer Smith Senior played Gay Linda Smith Elaine Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deougrat over 20 years combined experience in the
center and, backfield, one of theI and Gail Greene. and son of Charleston,. South Carolina const -
best center in the region. I I Eddie Sullivan a former student spent sometime this week with )Jction and financing of homes.IOWNSEND .

67 yard touchdown against Mayo. did a excellent' job In keeping sta. their sister and aunt Mrs, Elizabeth
Don Tyre -An excellent ball tistics. Cbicbes'and team well under the big tent in Kramer. HOMES CORP.
player; in any position fine at punting pleased. r -
and tackle a real asset to a I The Jennings High Booster dub Cleveland and,Sadie Selph and
teamOne of the best all round ban encouraged and helped at'all times I. JASPER, east on Road: children visited ;their'parents Mr. BuiBers; of- Kingsberry Homes

players in"the..state of. Florida. .Thanks to each of'them: and Mrs. Pennywell; Kelly fa.: Live .P.: o.:'Box:366 rt
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Wktherington senior OPEN )NIGHT i! Oak SuDtIay.II I '.' JASPER
Curtis Principal J. W. DeVane-.wastSways EVERY: 700 te 10:30: : ..
one of the hardest working boys on with us in whatever,w >dfcL I to"" ; -s I Harold- 5. ARLIE TOWNSEND Owner
excellent -'A- > t bars. Dens and children ,
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the team and great big ft ttenks :'""to every I' ,
end, and a fine offensive blocker.. oac...wfea.feeipe* thte season'to- be Close Supervision ; Free Instruction 1 and Mr. and I fra. Doyle Morganand GENE PARAMORE, Safes Manager

Eddy Wynn freshman, as exCellent the best season In the history of I j, I i iI children spent Sunday with I Call EDDIE McGHIN 792- 631
prospect for future team. our football. 'I their mother and grandmother Mrs
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.PAGE..FOUR. _,- :. .I-, ; fttJ,A s f*&! ,N E;WS. 'j:!..S P: jU ic.t:JL O.JU!.,?A. Friday, November 22, 196*

I:f CAN A MAN SAVE MsELFT?" -, 1(f r which says thai a sinner-cannot do'anything" -;

to'save"himself it
I .You and YourSchMK. then
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::1 _, 4it 'I There is bxich:emphasis being,beDded in'the word> ;"Faith":1 aa's wholly I I III dependent upon God. It follows .

it ::_: by M: L. Powell"One ', placed: on a doctrine being:preach* faith"&.how b>srtuis:-obedience to .also that if God: ,does not
; that it is impossible God. For by Once" saved
ed which declares II are ye
\, of our constant aims- is to honor roll i icludes' grades 7.-12. for a person to do any- through_faith not of wwtelest-aay j,choose to save a "man then God I

find was and incentives that will We have not devisee! an honor roll I thing towards his salvation from man should;,boast .. ._ .Eph. 22 I!:wholly; responsible for that man's -
tend to the scholastic 6. We find it condemnation. But the Bible The Complexity of Today's
improve. per-,sYstem in grades- !sin. This teaching sets forth the Another reason;-we know 'that says --,
formance of our students in the'a more difficult' to devise anhoa0r3faH idea that any action on the parto there is something which man must I that God is Not willing that any 1
Jasper SchooL At the same time fc fc-the elementary fman toward his salvation nullifies 'should perish ,but that an should
do is because the of God
-we feel that we should take note of grades than .uV junior and senior the grace of God. that.,bringeth salvation.grace hath appeared come to repentence. n Peter 3:9.1 : rf'CarsDEMANDS
and give recognition and honor high grades because in the first If a person is lost we can see it !4;
The Bible declares that salvo unto all men Titus 2OL ==
will be because he CHOSE to walk
where conditions three grades we use an "S", "N"
i warrant our doling and "IT as ,letter grades. Thereis tion is dependent upon both divine I And we know that'the Bible teaches in the broad way that leads to distraction. -ara
that few
will be
saved eternally. EXPERT
and human action It CARE
strongly emphasizes ;
so. For such 'a- wide range, in each God is not to blame Matt: s+osnx s -
Matt 7:1314If there
i i these &% letter'grade tfat"!t-9vd I whatGod does to save
teas we Ieytel'treres .
: man could do and God's 7:14.The
the;sinner :;and: what the sinner grace -
[are initiating or become very nffBiniit to differin- I I Bible says "Save yourselves'Acts }
must do to save himselfGod's which saves has appeared unto all DON'T WATT. FOR. A FATAL. .
should make
[maybe we should ate between those who 2:40. Again work_out your -
in man's salvation is broadly men then all would be saved. But
[better say) going the honor roll and those"'who shouldnot. own salvation PhiL 2:12.nd that
comprehended In the word '.Grace'.1God.s Christ has said in the gospel according I BLOWOUT See-zs today for .
[back to the practice It would be some easier in is his love|[ to Matthew" Not everyonethat Christ is the author of eternal salvation -
of,. the idea grades 4, 5, and 6 but we,would not for man.grace John 3:16. Man's by part sayeth unto me Lord, Lord. I to all them that obey Him. a complete line of famous-tires or
[of announcing an want to include these grades with of Hebrews 59. In connection with
shall enter into the kingdom
in his salvation is broadly -
[honor roll that out including"'the first/ hree. So compreCU the will this lesson please read James the tires free of .
heaven, But he that! doeth let us inspect
will include of for She time bejgg have deqtfed I with ..
the names -those we- of ray"JPfehar-whQjis.inr heaven second chapter beginning i i -- --- -
students who have maintained eaccelent not :to _.aaoouaee an eJeraestaxy ,- verse 14 thru 26. :
+ B_ or no conduct Matt. (:It; charge :
in school hoeer refl.i
attendance punctuality Kenneth E. Thomas, box 226 ,
gimme in asafsufeject below a "2". THEHIVINE__E .
,.conduct and scholastic '-i The junior i and senior high school Those roirfttTTffl tfee honor roll for God conceived the plan of ,sal Jennings, Fla ph. 938-2891 CAR WASH only $2.00 :
:formance. Quite a bit of the .
honor joH is seared to the report
the firstijttsater. foBows vationChrist made it possible by
are as : ,
and -
discussion centered around the
card that is issued every -nine 12ti36ca e Heaor; Roll-Bonnie his death: and the Holy Spirit revealed Jerry Smith'sGULF
standards that should be met in ,weeks. :11 you have not taken time
Jonip.t Hazel Knofp.Jerry Smith. _it through Inspired men.
order for one to be placed the '
honor rolL on to look over. aid study this card ;. Grade. Honor b e Mentionr- 'I'bus.God., Chri ..and the. Holy STATION
censensus of opinion carefully. please do, so the next <
David Bembry Sharon Bennett, SpiritPlBY -mpife 'vital 'in
seemed be the'stan- part !
to that if tha'tfs mine
dard time goes home.It has' tiae Carter, FayCason,, Diane man's salvatlonyV'are saved by tI1 Jasper Telephone 792-3781 t .
were placed too low that there distinctive featureswhich few'report .t -
-- very C&ridy.Jack CcotT Tommy DanielsJNefl ,grace Ephl 2i8 astro axe. cleansed : ---- -- --- -- .
would be little honor' involved in cards 'have. In order to -- -
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Dedge, Harriet Gibson Ruth by the blood of Christ 1- John 1:7. O' -
making the honor rolL Some make the. first honor roll .student '
seemed .a Green, Jimmy Lawson, Matt Mar- We have rio righteousness: merit '
to think that if you set the standards must make an "A" in every
with which to commend ourselves
able, Donnell Register. ?
i too high that there would belittle subject that he takes, must haveno nth Grade Honor Roll Don I to God and He is under no obligation GAS GAGS
a incentive for the rank and file unexcused tardies, class cuts or We 'The general root of
Wetherington to save us. must depend I SUpersti-1
4. of the student body to even try or absences and no conduct grade in tion is that men
God's and ,_ you
nth Grade Honorable mention- upon mercy upon ON; b a.:
aspire. to making the honor roll. any subject below a "2". In orderto Christ's atoning blood. I things hit and not t uOW MANY CAN GET-me MOST
Asan end result actually came out make the honorable mention Marsha Braswell Ann Camp Martha miss; and commit to memory PIECES DO CR GTMNE sCsRY" S MONEY
with a dual type honor roil honor roll, a student must have an Carter, Linda Fennell, Paula THE HUMAN SIDE the one, and forget and pass I t FORA GET r ATLow
Hogan, Martha McCall, Linda McIntosh When the gospel is preached we dYgN! 1Y
the GAS CQ
One consisting of exceptional super over all "B" average with no over other Bacon Pt'h1N ? f
ority and the other a little below scholastic grade below a "C" and ,Carole McLaughlin Roger'must hear it with an open mind and It is true that superstition
the level class Ratfiff .Gerald Smith Dorothy Tom;'receptive: heart Romans 10:13-14.. takes of I
of that attainment. The have no unexcused tardies, not the unusual, thevaerant
kins. Sue Wiffiazns. I I We must believe in Christ and whims of fate and
-- -- --- --------- --- --- ---- -- trust in him for salvation Romans
Tenth Grade Honor roll none I I chance of minds prone to.beli-;
10:17, Eph 1:12,,_John 8:24. We I
( WE HAVE ; Tenth Grade Honorable Mention-j eagerly accept uncommon
Sadie Cox Terry Fennel, Jutfi) Jones must repent all sins for this God J events as sign and hallmarks of

Billie Knapp Bunnie Miller, Bobby commands us to do. Act 17:30-31 we things to come often forboding
::1 ALL SIZES Pennington. must confess Jesus as the Son of sometimes evil. I
Ninth Grade Honor Rollnone God Act 8:37 Romans 10910. And I Perhaps the superstitious r :

I OF Ninth Grade Honorable Mention upon' this confession of faith, be mind operates on the premisethat
Barbara Ann Davis, Dan Holloway baptized ((immersed) Mark 16:15- a miss is a good as a mile, J
I Mike Hudson, Rose_Hunter, Brenda ::16, Acts 8:37-39. Baptism is always and only the whims of fate that
Levin Buster McDaniel, Lois Ann for the remission of sins Acts 2:38 hit of Price $6. 5
are worthy note and men NIGHT PHONE
: I : \Miler Merrill Smith Margaret and to :put one into Christ Galat- tion. CYLINDEk.*.
Ann. Saw Susan) Register. ans 3:2S-27 And to save us I Pet. 'PER I dYeamore 23001JOLLOWAY'S
Eighth Grade Honor Roll -- Ron- 3:20-21. These are actions which Its worthy to not particularly CASH ON DELIVERY: !
ald Ratliff, Jan Tuten. man must take. God-cannot believe if you have been bothered by
Also Polaroid -- Eight Grade Honorable mention repent ;or be baptized for men but: washday blew ,that the ,lastest
; Juy: Hagan Amelia Dominquez God directs man to db these things ..self-service laundry -acumen,

FLASH BULBS ENLARGING Delores Marable, Bobby Polk Brad h .obedience to his requirements. in the area are to be found at I I ,.
Vtason. Where man has ,obeyed he has not JASPER lAUNDRY & CLEAN "It8
: 24-hour Developing Seventh i Grade Honor roll-:none- I earned salvation,'but by his faith he -ERS. Do jour lanattry,chores
t Seventh Grade Honorable Men-!has appropriated unto himself the the carefree way at JASPER _

tion David Kelly, Norman Mc-',grace of God. ,* I, LAUNDRY & CLEANERS. 25
FILM SPECIAL 'Gafl, Sam Mickler, Don Reid, JohnTompidns !I If this teaching of man is true I ". L.J HOLLO WAV
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sizes 127 or 620 Drolls ,. We trust that many; of those who
69THE made the ,honorable mention list

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t who missed this time did so because
JASPER of having unexcused tardiesor I I' I I I s
NEWS absences, too: low conduct, or
Y maybe had only one "B". Better
luck next time. -

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4 :;_ l Friday J ovember 22, 1963it

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IN iHMORY OF. SWd& .P. !fe5 Wte Spra B,'TJwreday evening![of'1SollarS-9'adi ar'fr 4thdrcavl The noter fays' his respect toRoaches'the

LUCILLE HENDBSSON f AVE siannafer a.visit1 wHh'berand paw 6Tfiat Mdc end participated in the trtL .1 most dlseustlna of

pttHei'fcfcay Not mber? _12. 19' Mrs. S. ,E. Howard.t.J"; 11 Revival t.Service. Thets.. b wienfr. elevn'!I Some species transmlt encepha- inseci pests; $vith which; Ffcridians
Denver: Oaorado,,CtonclncKng Ser in'the group Yj: hadeaL '
it aid ln meBt'in"7a5per 'Fja. ::Thanfasgiving Service wfll, be at I malaria-"ariddengue I ,- t !> "V *. 'r''
vfee the PresbjeriawOMrch;on Wednesday I [ ;f .But--theret Is atremetgr or remedies -

She thai noting L1ada Hitson Stanford Ot ;tinuing'problem.; for these and many more"pets
eveaifig Nov. 27 at "IS .
.ft y --:- /LI Kaasaar is spending several weeks in this hand book *
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"A" service stud alt
Thfs jsa Hion ;
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f She fa 'e-d are invited. .- here witJTher mother. pl husband stag-nant i t. .

!'f : IJ' .'. : 04' ha&rinesj .Xvnilehnp an T>tr. ,ani'Mrs. 'Robert, Fisk' and; Amman First Mass. Stanford.. is sible. -mosquito breeder. i iAn credit goes to the group of

-. a. ... l' t' \ii '1.-, xsr: :;.' I and prosperity' to. 'everyone" the' family spent' the:.past'weekend. '' in stationed at Tcpelca. .Kansas. j:,'I Odd tfres tin canflrbird bath, .dub women "who put their Club-
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r. P .4tIf 1 l!met, : Quincy. 'garden pots, treq crotches, air house in order "Tuesday Nov 19.
vqs.HtrMa F STj--ie; .,Shemade: ball her friends feel that Miss Dianne Willis 17 old
year And
come under
A repeat is my favorite. plants or condemnation work they did inside and outand
I there way something in them senior of Brooks '
: High .and daughter
I The dthe down ,by mosquito control- in the too thanks ,
sheep an goat going garden too
side of II'
She loo1redit the of Mr. and Mrs:
'., Eugene Field gave his little son &;eJuitndtut of the poor made sunny tothepastUfe. -' ... ._ ,, Drawdry Willis Moths do a third o fa billion dollars to the group who served themlunch
Everything our opti- and
and granddaughter of Mr
& silver plat with*'theseword-s .engraved Nor. tern f them hungry from the Sheep said ;4'goatr can'youxgo. a .and Mrs worth of damage: .to clothes I .,. -
mis true. J IlL. DWillis of I
en it Unto Iloswell,Francis*t f door- come little faster" ---- ''*f>'" was and furnishings each year in the ,
She thought only of the best workedfor I Miss Georgia livestock in the -
Field, M father Eugene Field 1 And unto=God for health and food. only the best, and expected Goat sa ld.' 'Sheep my,toes are J'cenf contest in Georgia. She won<'];U "S.- f -jf,? I Met up with tjnda; : Knapp Russel-

giveth; this' plate'Sept: 2, 1893. And all that in thy life is good." only the best ". sore' I I Qui tman then went to Griffin"'forthe I "We do not have' space to saY burg at the grocery; store today-

'Whenyou shall eat from off this Give, then thy heart in gratitude." She was just as enthusiastic about "Excuse me. Mr. Goat I did not, finals. There weresix in-. the"aH we could about the unpleasant, Linda is living hereriSvfiBe her bus

plate Ircharge thee, Be'thou.teems; |, Capeed... ithe'success? others as she was knaw. finals and keen compe&tion.But .' clever disease, carrying hardy,I band: is Hewil* The home-
Aerateahnto thine elders:at the -* .** destnicth-c.Vthtelligent'little beasts
j about her own uelineBrooks Dianne ,does. *% in April.:inA j -p' "
Little Ja of Jacksonville *J ;
board |I The 4th Thursday in November She forgot,the mistakes of the past I is c9 her aunt Mrs. that add up in iheV nals>fa beauty ratQ aril' mice. warrr\if.'"commercial ,Later phone Stalked to
visiting -
j Do thou! sweet reverence accord-J its[ listed as aLlr .Jioliclay. Just in, and pressed on to greater achieve Ernest Chandler. contest-she is .a teacher in the repared under Yates .tradnamei .< .I Mpp (Mrs.. Arcnle). She

Through unto dignity inclined, j'I'case you ,have- -flag you' to ments of the future. i .. First'Baptist Sunday School plays is among the fTOn6t5p< ..Archie will be home the-

Unto the serving folk be kind I I fly. ,. She wore., a 'cheerful countenanceat T.atfp.. Estates is becominga in the band and is a majorette as ommended by HealthtI Deparffri I IJ < ,"c

.- .,. .. '. ., _-, .I., .... ..:C ,:,::: .- all times and gave.every liv- .Lynn nice residential asset to Jasper. well as beauty of face. ( USe' .di- on.) I' (Continued on Page 7). '

ing creature she met a smile. Recently :Mr. and Mrs. Harold J
She gave so much time to the Improvement -';, Florida"Health notes .for November -a
'i moved into their
.Bethea have
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II i, of herself that she had ;,home really-a* and. boojc "A i
I criticize others as have Mr. and Mrs. Loper. dally reference and guide" on the :
time to :
:Mr. Loper is with Royals BarberShop FILMS
control of insects
and"rodents that
a 'fiueile was too large for worry,I!; andTMrsLoper teaches 2nd invade homes.Ceanilness .
our .
(;114;gbU' Vto noble for anger ,too strong for j,grade at. the Jasper Elementary. '
; fear ,and too happy to permit ,SchooL. is the first andonost
the trouble "t important answer to household! -
'" I presence .
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"4. CJiance Copied: from the memorial card. I Mr.,Mrs. -E. 1.SundaY JXipree pest control. ,
went ) to Cbrdelle to visit Poison ants and they carry!) this -Developed.
Many relatives of the Henderson Mrs. Tommie Hamilton who is food back and poison the entire

i family came Saturday to pay their quite in. Mrs.Hamilton lived many colony. Onlyx rarely is it possibleto
iMW/ to the of Lucile follow line o Cants from indoorsto
o.. : years in Jasper and has a host of I
Henderson Naeve. loyal friends. an outside nest. -NOW !- 24-HOUR SERVICEBLACK !-
Poison dusts
1 i AH of the immediate! family were We give her address: can be blown unto

here Mr. Alton Henderson of Mrs Tommie Hamilton cracks around-baseboards. ... and etc. AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR
Sacramento. California MrsJim llS, 13th Ave. I
Smith of New Mexico Col and Cards from her friends perhaps Weevils don't keep food too SLIDES OR PICTURES .
C t C!} Mrs. Odis Henderson of Crestview, would cheer her heart. long. Throw out any infested food
S For Sale
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henderson # Fleas are a carrier of disease.
of Live Oak and Mrs. Katherine Marie and Art Roberts and chil- The rat flea can carry typhus Polaroid Film 35 m.m. Color Film Other Film
BRIGHT POND (JASPER). OAK GROVE tJtUtCH OF CHRIST Bucldes and family of Warner fever.

Pastrr BAPTISE Rev.CHURCH Henley I Bet\*ea" on'jiighway Jasper: \;and 41 Jennings Robins, Ga. Clarence dren came and up Elizabeth from Ratliff Groveland.and Fly breading!control materials involves the as garbage removalof Bring :Your Rolls To .

Sunday School 10:00 ajn.: Sunday Morri\ Bible Study 10 toll Mr. Henry Naeve and little family of'lJve. Oak came Sundayfor rubbish decaying vegetation ana "
MorxJn Service .,...._ 11:00 a pre Thanksgiving dinner with THE JASPER NEWS
Worship Service+?....... 11 to 12 little daughter of Denver Coloradoare manures. Bury unused food. ,
Training Union .. ... ._. 6:30 the Oscar Ratliffs.Jasper
:. Sunday evening Service ;..... remaining this week with Mr. "Mosquitos
7:15 are by far Florida'smost
Evening Worship ............'._.. 7:30: and Mrs. .Frank HendaksaB. .'- .' SY 2-6331
Uid eek. Service Wed. 'Evening'-Bible Study .. 8:00 .- is a Bird Sancturay- notorious insect. There are 67
Prayer -
every. Phone WE8-2091 s e, II thanks to the Garden Club with Mrs species. The State spend millions
Wednesday at 7-30 'P'D1:
_- Relatives from Jacksonville attending !O. C .Ratliff personally responsible __.... ..._. ....
JASPER the funeral of f1I.AVIIV' -- : "':II ---------------------------------- -----------
FIRST METHODIST Saturday' That means that' it is unlawful to - -- ----------------------------------------
"The Friendly Church"N. CHURCH Lucile Henderson Naeve'were: Mr. shoot birds within the city limits.A ..
yt> Canova Pastor. .
E. BOOTH, Pastor and MrsRobert Henderson, Mr. --------------1-AA1
SjJnday School at 9:46 lovely red bird or yellow ,or = = = -=
ORDER OF SERVICE : and.Mrs. Paul !McClure, Mr .and blue or evett a grey bird on the --- -- -- ;::::: SHOP
Morning Worship ,_... 11:00 = --
a.m. =
Sunday School _, ._ 9:45 ? Mrs. John .
a.m. Prince, Mr. .andigMn.Albert
Training Union,.,-......< 6:45 p.m.' wing is a temptation to a boy witha
Horning Worship m 11:00, aju., Henderson and Mr ,.andMrs. But it is unlawful to shoot.
Evening Worship .....e...... 8:00 : gun.
Everyone to invited Barnett Henderson of Pompano. Mr YOUR CAR!
Prayer .Services There is lawful: way to shoot a I....
EVENING SERVICES and Mrs. Basile Henderson of Calla
bird this is.with Whata ,
at .x:30.,p.m. a camera.
Junior Fellowship 6:00 pan. ban. would be if
( good thing'it our boys Courteous Salesladies
Jr. High Fellowship .. 6:00'.p.m.>> 1 .
became interested that Could
Youth Fellowship 1:00 pan. Mrs. Sayer Canova and' smalHEALTH
:Worship Service 7:00 p.m. i Irving:: W;.Hughes, Pastor be! you know. -Q JVE ; To Serve You
Youth Social Hour 8:00 pm. I Sunday ho l1-Ml._ 10:00 a.m. -
I Morning ; Is drinking a disease?
Worship 11:00
Hour of Power 7:15 a.m. ,
Wednesday p.m Evening( Worship 7:00 p.m.. UitisL / .... We Produce and Process
BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST ,".TUESDAY It is the only! disease that is "11II(

Bible Study at 1ft, a.m eaeh:., S p Prayer Mee{rag ......- 7:30 p.m. \ contracted. by, an act' of-the will V our own Milk direct from
Church Service 11 L1L.r1f V* FRIDAYS ro .rc 2 It is the'only disease that requires FARM STORESour farms

4 Sundays each Month Y. P. E. ,,.._._ 7:30' p.m. a license to propagate it. own
; ( 3It is the only disease that requires -
PBYE 6:00, Sunday -
p.m.'f L
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH -J outlets to spread it. MILK
Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor FULL DAY FRESHERFARM
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JASPER'PRESBYTE1UA"H lle\C"Wffiam rZamflCC.T" +.r 1.-.1 ) cdictfSoocty aM tIae I revenue for the govennnent.f .

CHURCH SERVICE Evening' Servfc :=,,7:30: p. m da Mediat'Al..eistioa.: f 6.k is The Rev. William W. Van Zant IIISunday I I : . r'.1'ditl3Y'y 5 RE.D v.olsrs cihnk'.' FLAVORNEW

School-9:45 a. m.Services I BURNHAMiCMRISTlANPaul' 7'It is thetonly disease that is
CHJltCH' readersof -
11:00 habit
-_ I! medical books and journals forming
:H.;Stewart, Pastor :1 1 They hare to be in; order to ,8. It is meanly disease that is
JASPER ADVENT I Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 keep 1IP with the rapid progress spread advertising; ; and Drive-Li
CHRISTIAN'CHURCHRev. ,Church'Service Second and Fourth I of medicine>and surgery What 9. It is the. bray disease without a t your '

Travis Carter Sundays '....... U:00[: is accepted technique in diagnosis germ of virus;cause, and for which_
School....... 10 a.m. I'' and treatment today ; S
Sunday CYF and Bible Study :Second and may there. is no human correct medicine Dairy Store!
Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. :' be changed tomorrow. .
Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 Copied.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. .. Doctors get county medical .

:Wednesday, night: society, American state: medical Medical Association association Mr. and Mrs.. Lamar Findely I Homogenized Grade A Pasturized :

Choir Practice 7:30 pan JENNINGS METHODIST and usually one or more were' visitors here on) the weekend :

Prayer Service .. 8:00 p.m. "Enter :-- Rest Pray specialty journals. Every physician : and attended church at the First :

BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Pastor:'Charles:W. Rogers Sr. accumulates a sizeable library Methodist Mrs. Findely] Marilyn I '
Truitt Comer Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. I or of his books particular.on general specialty.practice Joyner, daughter'of Rev. and Mrs. : MILK

Sunday School ........ 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. Thousands of ksart' published R. C. Joyner:'a.:recent pastor of this I In Disposable No Deposit
>reacbingTraining 11 a.m. Worship Services 2nd and 4th I every year. church.They. .
Union 6:30 p.m. Sundays at 11.a.m. and at 8 p.m Medical writing has been pro- 'were dinner guests Sundayof
duced since earliest t Jus. The MrsM.. C. Hitson.. PLASTIC CARTON ,
Preaching Service 7:30 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I first recorded is the Ebers Papyrus 47e'

[Wednesday night Prayer Rev. N. M. Rowell, pastor written about .1500 B.C. Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp spent NOW ONLY
Meeting ___ 1:30 pm. Sunday School every Sunday at and discovered in Egypt in 1873. the weekend here with the family. -----_____:_ .half gal.
.-10:30 a.m. This ancient document described 'The Jasper Methodist choir
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF GOD Preaching 11:30 a.m. &: 7:30 p.m. I erysipelas plague. t.hepatitis... went SAVE ON ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS HERE :

Sunday School 10:00 .m. Training Union .____ 6:30 i m. scurry1, angina'pectoris*.and disc&ssea .
Y.P.E. Sunday' ______ 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at. the use of castor oiLpomegranate
> Thurs. 1:30p.m tannin and tur
Prayer Meeting. .7:30
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WHITE SPRINGS BAPTIST: Hippocrates born in 460 B.CL GaL
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.. ;: :1-t'i"' ;" >+hla and known.' .,as the- Father -of .:. .;- .
Rev. C. E. !Bailey, Pastor' = :. a Pastor '''. edicine.. is -the aatBorHx trhe: 'K, ;THE. PRJ.S .Jt'" 6CWERATI is MILK Homogenized 90c
10:00 ain; Hippocratic:Oath astandard.ol.: ; MTIMO. Bftaysuf UP oo THE.
Sunday School : Suns : ;
s4rSehoel'L. iOo0 ,tetra;_ .
medical-ethics to athichtngdk'students t7FIUE
Honing Service 11:00 aja.Training .' :-,. :.fE cb\Sunda ) :" ;of today subscribeLjCa.len. :: .- .: : .1 CIJROu& 'SJOC TXV./

Union 7:00'pm.: ; .,.Preaching 5 nriee.Bach Sunday atItiOOs born in. '131 -AD..wroth
Evening Services 8:00 pan. : :am.,:,aadv7:$0'pm. f" more 'than 180 books on, medt-
Wednesday prayer service 8, pm.: Prayer: .MeetW'Each Wednesday cine which,molded the'thoughtof '4 .

;.t'j.-'l8'pm.FRIEN8SIBAPTI9T. ,.... .physicians. for! :'"centuries. 1s Farm Fresh For Natural
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard. ; CHURCHW .
Sunday School 10:00'aon ,.U%;Stewart Pastor I II
(A class for every age group) Sun iq." l1ool-:.....10:00) a.m. r II I I
Worship Service 11:00.. am. MorningvWorsWa .:. 11:00 ajn. -z,;;' I
Youth 6:00 rrala } Jaiofi Xi6:30 : I
Fellowship pan, ; l. PJB. l. I
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE EvetdnsWoiship;: ____ 7:30 pjn. 1 I GOLDEN in glass

White Springs 11:00 every a.ia. Sunday' at Wed.- Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn., .Q.o i. on. r I GUERNSEY N'I'L"K % GaL. 48c'

Swift Creek. each Third Sundayat GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF : ,' ,

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STATENVILLE, .GEORGIA Morning.Sunday School.orab1p._..-2 tf 10:00 11:00 a.m.j I Met.. SEARS & SONS

Allen Brooker. Pastor Wednesday NI&St it .!.. 1:30 .st pt
Sunday School _,...10:00 a.m. 'vPraysr:Servke

Worship Service 2nd and 4th :Y..P.E.. 'riiay}I4ight 7:80 I I
Sundays -_,,, 11:00 a.m. .
7:00 pjn. ,
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at
8:00 pan. Sunday .School, 1 K*Sunday at-'.J .

MYP Social Hour Each Thursday .10:99j' m* .
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SUWANNEE CHURCH OF and evening i.,111IIesIc SUNBEAM BREAD 2 for2'7e.

THE NAZARENE Old time Gospel.....Sing last Friday I stepler pewer Organs _

Fad Florida each.1DOBtb-. ,";..:;r..... 8 pan. pecket dip convenience .' HOUSE OF MUSIC

Bert E. WheelerS X I TJ ekfor -
& day School ........ 10:00 AJJ.Pr FIRST BAPTIST.:CHURCH I ,neal:__ bags, atteehiap pipers.bIxda ,-,' COLONIALNEW COUNTRY

acMng Service .....11:00 A3L STAXENVItLEBORGIASinday :', ,etta tack into 1r Od. STYLE CULTURED T CHOCOLATE lfiLKBUTTERMILK' \

Evdag Service ........ 7 JO PJJ t1' :.- '.of E-1 I'Ff'a' ;p&r ., DMeu of other use*ia h ee. ,. REMANTTFACTCREDPIANOS, USED, AND .. ...

Wednesday Prayer Meeting',7A ., ... y) '- lice,Mop cad school w. DrinkWith
$ehool ,10- n.m ,
CORINTH MISSIONARY Morntesr 'WorsMp\,,..".' 11:9 Lm.' ';:7 tfsres..atUched pocket ', ,So:'good for after school for the
Training Union -* t for easy carrying inpcraeor the Golden Butter Flakes .
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BAPTIST CHURCH "PraTer Service,: Wednesday at ;: tf brief case. No Down Payment. Up' to children in .
Rev. Marcos !Morrison pastor -.' [ 3 years to .
Tfold.out remOTer .
7:591 i. aL .
"day School (every Sunday :,:9@puns .. ,; ..-:-: .MIt-. ". 1. \.A'lI.- aet.ems: dev. I /z $ 32 :
except ftftfc Shy) 19 as m WMk." .' 46c
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Benke each .. 'WIIIU: -- : .(., Ideal) f ?trtreiag, BCD, your front,door. -. In glass : i ]. _

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5 ken theu i_ ,1Sbe.emes-frot i 3 i. If:endedTuesday" yning |.th' Church bn:. NoyeIILben'a :' 7;3' 33 JjgGFfn Hamilton,:Cottntjr- $4.00 Outside of Count. '"

!-(,Continued-CR.-/J- ; 'r,7.nh: gfjl' : :'[Quincy. "The taHc:., m"'red.OI'OlDId! fish fry in'Mary: f Langs back yard; -program was preparedby '' .Cards of Thanks . . *. $1.00 Minimum '

Dec.'19l6r the Christmas; holidays'the j book "The fam. LanVl Caney A'for th entire Monday night Bridge the youth of First Methodist Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
She and her three teenage daugh-l[film; was shown .Illustrate this Club. Some had not been able to The Song Service was led by :Miss
tersfwill: -join him in Germany in interesting and hif., .'tiativelecture-" atten dthe house party." Joining Darlene Moody ;the Scripture was l i Mr. and Mrs:,Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers ,
:thespring after Hazel who is a ture. I them at the cookouX;. tho not memb- read by Moss Jan David ;the Offertory
senior at Jasper High, graduates. Mrs Shelton Lewis was hostessfor rse of the club: Wynn Tuten ..Mag Prayer was led by Talmadge'I J
"But as it stands now she said Ar- the evening and served sand- ,gie midreth, Edith and Marvin 0' Howell; and Miss Linda Fennell

chie is scheduled 'to stay in Germany wiches, hot apple jiuce and fruit Cain. -. introduced the guest speaker 4-H CLUB NEWS SHOP at your a ..

until 1965. cake.Mr. ., .. 'The clubwomen cleaning house Judge John McCormick spoke on I '

She likes Germany and says the and Mrs. C.' B" Davis ofi:,Tuesday were Lois Curry Jim "Christian Citizenship" After the elected In 4-H Club Louis Webb was' LOCAL STORES -

government schools are excellent. Ocala.were up the first o ffine week,Camp, Mary Frances Lewis, Avie program the Su'lxDisbrict business I I to say opening prayer |
It was a question of assignment of guests of the ,aunt and uncle Harrel! Betty Kyser-:and work meeting was conducted by Charles I We aH enjoyed the North Honda
quarters that has delayed. their re and Mrs. C. B. .JI ITison. Mr.1 I they did! Davis, Persident. Large delega- Fair. --
turn. tions were from ....... ... ..... -
: At the hour represented Q
. The men folks got busy hunting I noon they were serv- ; Jasper its erp ai 'ta.was*electeds :r- .6'-.. -- -- -- _
**-tt CI t.tifeasf' rw Live Oak; GreetMll .o1i'nd I ckoiy' -
'HfleTCae ? d give speaches en -
j m f if "?* i"ji Jwfc i c.4..! ''Florence'Ryan has returned"3x I Norris, Mrs. Wfllene Drury, Mrs. Grove. Other churches present i tricity. Don Selph won a blue ribbon -

>me after a. .Moore haven. :. Miss Barbara Hendricks who Betty Jean !Mitchell Mrs. Bob Fisk were Lee. Perry and Boyd. Approx with his calf. J
'* teaches in Orlando and the Paul Mrs.: Francis Vinson. There was a I imately 90 youth and adults atten-I Reporter Lynn Copeland i
John Ruskin wrote- Hendricks studenfs at Universityof hot casserole sandwiches, salad ted this meeting. Some of the 0
"He only is advancing life Florida the.past weekend eggs deviled pie and cold drinks adults felt that this was among the '
-whose heart is getting softer spent largest ever held in 4-H MEETING HELD : POULA.rRADEARAMA
with the parents Mr. and Mrs. or coffe i fthey wished. Jasper.lAtter CHA1NSAWS
whose blood wanner, whose brain John Hendricks. Mr. George L. Smith assisted by the business meeting was! concluded -I I i :
quicker whose spirit is entering into One of the loveliest parts of Hamilton removing some of the accumulated with the M. Y. F. benediction I The Jasper Senior 4-H Cub meeting -; ;

living place" County is say' 3 miles southof clutter. Finally the xjity; truck mov- refreshments were served. The''Oman's 'i was called. to order .by Don .

. Jasper at what use to be the old ed for the trash- r .' Society of Christian Ser-I W/ethenngton/ at 3:20 p.m. The .
'The' gorgeous leaves of the \Williams farm is". hollering dis- The Wbrriaitfs1 dub is selling the vice provided the refreshments. record books were passed out to. -
the few
myrtle tree are gone todaythe.bme tance of each other near cornice boards. Contract Lois Curry I I j' members that were pre-I'

bone colored limbs are satin enough and not too near.and! in if interested. QUARTERLY CONF, sent.ture to He gave out additional litera- '
textured evidence' o nile wen friendly relations. It is bill and dale C s Don added help us with our 'projects. :
emphasis on the record :
lived. land. The John Hendricks houseis The Dec. 6 regular meeting of NOVEMBER 24 books. We discussed making 0i
se. money
south-the BobMillers Woman's Club is in of Fran
o right going charge '
Mrs. Alfred Loria and,Mrs. Joe Duly elected members along with projects and the judging team for'
next and a few yards down cis Vinson chairman o fthe International -
Ex-Officio Members will Tampa in February. The public I
Harper of Jacksonville spent Mon- gather at
the road across live the Mar- committee. Mrs
day with Mrs. Hattie Harper.I'vin 'Selphs. Earle of the United Dutch airlines the First Methodist Church, Jasperon speaking and the. tractor contest t
. November 24 was discussed.
at 8:00 p.m. for
I!will be the featured Mrs.
This settlement is,ja bit nostalgic the First '
Karl Minor Howe always a' welcome should be -work contentment ;I Nell Rhoden will present pupils, in the Jasper Quarterly Charge, Tallahassee Conference District of J'I Reporter Dennis Smith. i
visitor visited n Jasper Tuesday Mrs. Francs Bradley will
as it smacks to me of life as it song. under the I
afternoon. She was enroute children off at work or' bring a seasonal reading. It promises Robert C. Holmes District direction of Dr. ,' I
home from Valdosta and. stoppedto to be interesting Superin-I I
an meeting.
but returning as often as they can.I .. tend et. Reports will be heard from j i
say'Howdy" I|I .
"I HEAR IT SAID" various commissions representatives -
1 The Women of the Church (Pres- CARDS .and
i u( of our groups will be heard. I : .
Mrs. Bertha McCall left the nth I jbyterian I ) gave a Surprise Shower by Barbara Young and items of .
to spend the winter months in Lake I last Wednesday evening at the .' Last night# my friend he says cussed.many business' dis- IOFH I

Wales with her daughter Mrs. home of Mrs. Horace Lewis, for he is my friend come in and,questioned we'l
(Miriam, Home. Mrs- Horne had 'Mrs- Jennie Lou Hughes. After the me- All elected and Ex-Officio members THANKS II ;

come up for the Georgia Florida I gifts were opened supper was serv- "I hear it said you have done this are expected to attend. Those)I !
game and came by for her mother. I ed by Wynn Tuten and Mary. Fran or that to Bland give repor are Mrs. Hannah .J for anything that cuts
(Christian Social Concerns
cis Lewis.
I Icome to ask if this is true? It is with deepest gratitude that
Mr. Charles Jones ( (including old saws rusty knives and used razor blades)
Havener 8ifives Mrs. Van Zant gave the program Stewardship & ] ,
Mrs. an enthusiastic A.glint was:in his. eye of small distrust 'Finance we express to each of our many!
report of the F. S. U. Home- afterward. .rte 'I ); CoL Julian Wood (Education -friends ourt sincere appreciation for I OOal00

coming. Going with here to Tallahassee t He measured me with anger,.and ) ;Mr. Clyde Howard (Membership -all the kiridnessr thoughtfulness I
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Register, & Evangelism); and Mrs.. F0004700000000G
Miss Inez McCall and
Miss Patsy were Herring. Miss Margaret Register Mrs- Hazel'had flung come down to a him.little" heap"of_ facts I John Lewis (Missions). Representing prayers ,ark! Sympathy: For the : : E:: PRIZESNo
(Hunter and Miss Josie Hewitt will the different organizations food, beautiful flora tributes and I
The Wesleyan Service Guild had go to Panama City this weekendfor this"I and hear said you have done be Mr< Marvin Rodgers (Lay Leader other acts of kindness shown us obligation. )just come In and register
an interesting meeting last week. Coach Len Registers last gameo I Methodist men) Mrs. Maude in our recent sorrow. To Dr. Mick-
Suppose I have? and are you not
Mrs. Inez Marable'was hostess fthe season. Havener (Woman's Society or ler, Miss Marie Hudson and entire X JI *H*f*t *** 'A A MAO*A*AA '1'
friend? I
. my of
Christian Service); Miss Linda Hospital staff, we extend our many
Mrs. Myrtle White Mrs. Edna Browne.'Mrs. Ray- And are you not my friend- enough! Fennell (Methodist Youth Fellowship thanks for their kind and faithful
the meeting Nov. U of the Lydia mond Camp and Mrs., Horace to say, r ) Other reports to be heardare Service rendered to our loved one George WeWs Station
If it true there would be Shell
were .
Circle of the First Baptist Lewis spent Thursday in Madison, ; '. Mrs. Luther Griner (Treasurerand in his last hours. From the depth
i *; guests of Mrs. Raeburn Home. reason in it" Rev. Norman Booth (Pastor),,of our hearts 'we shall always be
Young Dana Booth celebrated her .v-.. f- And if I cannot know the how and' Persons other than those eected grateful. We 'pray God's. blessingsupon

seventh birthday Sunday Nov. 17. :Mrs. Billy Adicks had a house why. are urged to attend this, each of you.. u.s. 41 & 129 North Jasper, Florida
Still I can trust-you waiting for a A .. "* 'r "f *, j)
camp at Stienhatchee. It wasp a. -9f'l' I' -- .
The Jasper Garden Club meets party last week down at their word. I 1ro The family of John. H. Hogan,* --- ---. :. !'
Or for rto word. if no word ever ._ .... .
this Friday at 3:30 at the home of come and go affairmaryried' "* ',,. 8. *".'* -: ...... :' OJ -' --- "' -10-- --: ,.-. .. ---.
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i! Mrs. Ponce SandlifD*'MrTE."bShepherd ; > Adicks hostels, .SM"Hazel Biddle come. : 'ti' ... ssr- .. .
Is friendship just a thing of after ..
It '
:will be Co-hostess. < J Mary Lang and Murial Freeman of :..
,.' noons. E, v"- x
: Of nleasurin's fherfi.. and -
one's dear self > : .1 .. tt- .

T'OFFicE'' ] Greed for sedate. '-appnna.t" of.his.
CHAIRS pace ** -"if li "

SPSpic Ol1U.he, ,take'one".litt1e..turn
.' Upon 'the road'.xx,% i "v...;',. .Kk ,
; t And has not ''sought. yovi/or q your I -, A" ..'

Armchair or Plain Style :: ,,< Yea,or Nay'. ;I? A>', :: ;..
Suitable for Business or HoznOfficeExcellent' t.t No friendship is not so. I am Amy : ?"
: g own and however near m> friend
may draw. '. ), jlOx"Unto
$31.50 my soul '.there is a legend

being above a certain* ?rl ht an.d, :
Quality, From _____--..- 'I narrow way. '>- .,',' : tc -S 4), i IQ.
Says "Dear my friend;' ye

at "::...:(i .t1 not enter here" "' -: ,'%' : : v ti
I would the time had come as it
SY 2-6331 'has not.When .

THE JASPER NEWS men shall rise and say ,' '
"He is my friend. He has done thisor ,

_... ..... . ,.. ... -Lo., .. . . that? What is that to me!"Think : t -'
you I have a check upon his head. 't "" I 1 .
I[,am his friend. And for that cause .- i
Iwalk[ not over close ,beside him, ', -.
leaving still space for his silences, '

GOOD USED TV and space for mine. p
Best of condition. Pric- '100.00 and up. Mannings Radio S *
ed to sell. Mannings Radio Service Service. 792-4421, Jasper tfc Mr. and Mrs. John Thigpen of
-- -- New Port Richey returning fromF.
i phone 792-4421 tfc
Jasper WILL KEEP Old people at my .S. Homecoming came by fora
home near Cherry Lake. Ph.-929- little visit with the mother:Mrs. :' >
FARMERS 4678. Mrs. Lampkin, Rt. 3 Box 125, Annie Cason and Mrs. C .B ..Harri
Madison D13p son. t

MONEY for your farm opera- .
r: tions at reasonable cost. Termsto REPAIRS: JASPER CHAPTER F. F. A. 4 c ,
We repair all T. V. and
I I types F. F. A boys
_ fit your'needs. Loans up ,to The Jasper Chapter *
7 years. Call North Florida Production -. radio. Also Small appliances. Man- would like to show their appreciation -

Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave 4421 nings Radio Service Jasper tfc 792- to Kayo's Drug Store for send 'J DRY 'EMTHIRSTY
of to
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 ing three boxes candy our
last night F, F. A meetings Mr. ..
FARMS WANTED JF YOU Kayo we aH enjoyed it.
Georgia Plate Glass Co. would like to sell your farm; There were only two boys that '=-,

.Store Fronts see us. We hare calls for.farms got to show Hogs this year in the
.Huron Reallvered} every week. _W. L Bryan, Reg. Live Oaks show and three boys in ,
.Tub Enclosures Showers 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 the Tallahassee Fair.
J-5 W. Savannah Ave. C 2-5285 Real Estate Broker. Phone SY LIVE OAK FAIR: JIJrGLECTRIC4LLY
VALDOSTA Paul Dampier placed 1 pink rib- ; DE E
_ FOR SALE.-.HOUSE In Jasper. ixjn. Decal King placed 2 blue rib I ;
$3500. Others priced higher. See bons. l .. :) _
FARM FOR SALE 520 acres Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan, Reg.Real TALLAHASSEE FAIR : "'>- '. !&. '

50 acres tobacco, near Belleville. Estate Brokers Jasper tfc Paul Dampier placed 2 white rib fluff dried towels have a nto feel.Clean. __ "I' ._ __ ,

losta"'e Louise, CH2-6180.Bland.. Telephone' Val-D6pR I bons, Decal King placed 2 blue ribbons ;Absorbent.,. When yow reach for ena to dry your fay, (!' ,', : '

FOR.. RENT 4 Room Furnished A. U Miller placed 4 white -rt the frwh smeU envelops youTe deep, .
apartment. Private Bath- Ph ribbons.We .. ,-,
) SALE'60 Chev. Truck $475 I 792- 96L '_ left nap soaks up the water.Yes,a well dried ,
Up of these boys
door Plymouth; 125, 4 door Chev. are proud effort with :> q .;. t wells as refreshing as tho bath. ... t
out some **
really put **
125. 200 theater seats at J2.00 gas .. -ifcX 1

Love $22, Four room house, city and FOB two SALE houses IN JASPER In good neighborhood Five lots their hogs.Reporter J. Lr Robinson 1;.. The aema with sheets.tad...NIpIc 6,.:,->*.,j>"vhwt&erchlefy j

lights and water on 3 -acres J1650- Only $5,000. Call Robert JASPER HIGH GIRLS CLUB ,shirts or whatev r.You kaew they '
p. Shepherd. Jasper, N22p dean when they cfr. .the WIIhIi S
Eblert. 792-6331. or W. L. Bryan NEWS area* as !
_ISIT FRIER :MUSIC COMPANY 792-2985, Reg. Real Estate Brokers. November llth.the girt 4-11 Club ..d (RHIIywbyf1Mgadeln outsWe7'It i '., .....
in Live Oak Florida for aH your was called to order after school ., It'a tees :
_ usical 'needs from organs and FOR SALE 1961 Ford.:Gatade. in Mrs. Howard's room by Lillian ,'?...' -r-

to records and record play-, Radio Heater; Power,Steering, Riley itj :i 8W/.JusttvmacIIL .
r& tfc Automatic Transmission clean. The purpose o fthis meeting was Ef' 1"""
See D. R. Kirlanan Jasper lip to give out record boots ., d t :i IL" urcL S
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RANGES FOR Mrs. White gave us a talk on ., I! ,
Sale.; Good condition:'949 and POCKET-BOOK LOST how to find the value of good pro 7- "- 7/ D ; tiw4 r4 r

D. Mannings Radio Repair, Jeer ducts." t* .... ;: Satires IPA"' .ocfY. .
phone 792-4421 tfc Lost: My pocket book lost out of The meeting was adjourned at l PtJOfUOA. :' 1" '.' Canr \T 'fm :
-'> paRts pocket either In.,Jasper orSfcrienvilte 3:45. >F Z :i.l t !I ; !\; '" 'Gi" oc ..r2tl, l"S99VI 4

'WANTEDto managean last Thu sder NO'V'' 14th Reporter: Terry 'Bcnaielt ,, 1.. POWER en icy- t .b&1h c"1. .. ........
te a retail Watkins Route in It didn't contain ark ney but had --1. OOMPORA7ION Set tIfJ=: v-: : > '

area. Earnings of $125.00 per drivers license, cards etc.. Liberal I ,: .Ji A : .- .a1 LJ..dnr.- ...... ta< 'eek .from very beginning. Write Reward! __, .
r.McGarity, P.,O. Box 627 Willis Judge Folks_HuxfordHomerviDe r. "' \II

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