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The Jasper news
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F.M. DeGraffenried
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Don Wetherington Poem Homecoming At !Register' Night Cou ses-At NFJC l /1'5", ", '\ ', ....,,4. .r! "

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I Green Ridge Registrar J JC' Moore today released Introduction to Art, Data Process._ ,1

t the schedule of classes for InK Machines General Chemistry" I ;:; \t (
In Beta lub'.Journal-' .4 Sunday next wmestef'l Evening ,Division, Vorl at 'North Fliwa Junior College Mathematics. Course fo ::1 I
> .... .. Sunday Dec.. 6, ,will be Homecoming Moore said announcing the offerings "
Thursday 'evenings are-: Gencr
see? | day at the Green Ridge schedule eary,'80 those interestedIn .
Biology, Cold War Issues Hiscry '
I'm Inthe multitude Church of God.Revs Smith -
a tiny spot Mallory enrolling\ could make application
of Modem Russia, and.Geeral
y A finite scratch on time and spaceA .of Ferndale and former 'pastor of prior to registration which begins
dot In"the face ot God the church will be Chemistry Laboratory.
mere. the guest spea on January i. .
A speck In the human race* I ,er at the eleven o'clock service. "It Is for Interested I Classes are scheduled to meet a t '
I necessary persons
I' little thls I know' 7.10: p. 11'I.'AU' classes with the ex
m very
; I Dinner wilt be spread; at ,the I In enrolling in the Evening
r I can't do much ;that's true.' I noonhour for a time of Division to aptly prior to registration (ceptlon of Modern Mathematics ar

y But,let -me- not. hold, others back:..- fad fellowship # .Moor e Mid. This Is a slight I scheduled to meet In Madison. The

Let me praise Where gjory's due. The. afternoon wfll- be' given to change fronv{ur previous, procedure -, Modern Mathematics Course is be- Jac

,. Let'me something, no matter singing. We're. expecting several .. *' ;ing offered In Perry at 'the Hlg ,
y rrt how small group of special singers to be Courses to be-offered ',school building ..r.. ;;.
on Monday
And e4yt if I don't succeed here with us. I. Mqore said he would begin to .:-
p a l..try-bans beginning: Jaril ry 4 are! Business accept
If enough to accomplishit. I Beginning with the night service Law. IntermeAata Technical Math i iematlcs applications Immediately fOI .' -., 4irJt' .
Rev. Smith will begin a series of Western Qvillzatlon and I[the Evening Division Registratlo ., '..f' ,
I can't help but fill some need.
revival services.A English Liter lure. Courses being |I I I will take,place at the time of thE Pictured above
I IU devote my utmost strength, my .is the group watching Clyde Hunter turna
cordial Invitation Is ex offered on Tutsday evenings are first class meeting.
all < very ," symbolic spadeful of earth to officially begin construction on
For someone's need to fill tended to everyone that would _. --" the new school to be {located between the Llementary School and

111 da my best to help that one, I like to attend.our homecoming/ _ana c IN HALL the highway: In the background'' left is the lunch room to be
And with Gocl help', I will. revival of by Greenrdge members,Church-friends, 'andpastor ', used by both schools/ Left to right are Board Members Frank

Don Wetherington I .$t- By Rhert FISK, Matthews, and A. B. Tyre Architect Zeb Lackey, Contractor R

The National -- B. Gay Clyde Hunter, Supt: Harry T. Reid and William/ Van
Beta Club Is
a non This week 'lotumn will deal l In been done' to correct this situation Tandr .
Don Wetherington, the of I pastor,
son secret, leadership, chievment service FloridaIn
Mr. Forestry In General with Rie Housing situationin and our plans areto eliminate ad-
and (Mrs Vernon Wetherington organization for high 'school
Jasper .4 IdJtional substandard houses as soon ,
Is outstanding young man He students. Its( purpose Is the promotion Florida the forest Is (as the low is -
rent housing completed
industry There are several' new houses under
Is 17 years old ,a senior at Jasper of honesty, service and leader I '
second to tourism. Last construction .
only year, at this time In or Ground
High is member of Broken
; a the Student ship. Any state accredited high For
forestry and forest! products contributed ,
Council (president) 4-11 Club adjacent to the city 4 new housesare 14 substandard buildings have
school Is eligible for a chapter, I
than $750 million to
Science Club and Future Teachersof 0I more under cojwtructlon in Lynn been torn down since July 1 and
the economy of this state. I Lakes Estate'subdivision Just 33 vacant buildings have been condemned
America Don
Is also active I
member of his church As an a mem The Beta Creed In OutlineAs Two hundred thousand people are west of the cltyvlmits Construction I I by the City Building Ins ,

ber of the Beta Club, 2 years he Is +a member of. the Beta Club irectly dependent upon, forestryIn has just started on a house adjacent -:pector and City .Sanitarian These 'New High School "
past presidentThe and as, a citizen of my community, Florida with thousands ol ot rsIndirectly' ;, to Henry Vlckers house and houses will have to be upgraded to
state and,Cation Iebe'lleve \\n and benefited. '
Beta'Club at Jasper High shall strive to promote the princl- ion the south side of.Jasper across standard living conditions, or torn
Our forests supply the raw materials ,the street from. Harvey OeMert'i down: ; 'The building official and
was organized and sponsored several ,plea of: for paper in our dally news' home. sanitarian are' given authority to A large crowd students' and adults stood in the season's

years ago by Mrs. Katherine Honesty:' papers,.the wood In our homes and I' ,condemn substandard houses thru oldest, weather to date last Tuesday to watch School Board
Reid For the last ten years Mrs. **"I The Northwest Florida RegionalHousing ,
Justice; f,< furniture, chemicals for industry, Chairman Clyae Hunter turn the first shovelful t of dirt
Polly Kirkman has been the sponsor authority is active in the the Minimum Standard housing ordinance 'to symbolically -
The last they attended the State Service and crude drugs and even'c10thing ',city processing"property for the 42 adopted by'the cUt)'. > start construction on Hamilton County's new $391.946

Convention the Beta delegates were I Cooperation ResponMbllty: fabrics, I additional low :rent housing units Adequate living" facilities are a high school A brief ctremony began'with'' prayer led by Rev W. :.

Cindy Chandlr Harry Reid, Joan It is easy to see. why proper man- The $46,000.00 to buld these units is must 'If we':are to grow with the W. Van Zant pastor of local Presbyterian Churches. Supt

Manning, Jimmy Tulley, accompanied -,tIndustrktusnesst Humility* agemert and conservation- of our I, already available and construction'should new Industry, and speaking or Harry T. Reid told the audience that the ground breaking "is a ,
by Mrs Kirkman ,The State{ forest retIOlft'CelIs so l important,!'I be started In the very near growth: 'there have been'18 connection very,important' milestone in the history,, of the county"

meeting comes during Commencement -!I Charity In' Knowing: appraisal that of if I the am l Ideas tolerant end Florida law provides the Fk future: !\ 'to the water-system'above'thenumber When the building is completed (probably in time for
rny Board of with State
activities and make it'difficult of;.others; 'geswroiss In the use of rider Forester C-IL Forestry Coulter ,,to guide: the Since the first v of July 53 building ,pop cutoffs since July first school]' next fall according to the contractor, R B. Gay), all

to attend.: my worldly assets; considerate of forest industry.The permits have',been Issued In the This means !more people In the com of the IChool.p1ant': ',w lp be: on the same 30-acre tract at the west .

The following poem appeared In the:rights of,others; Coa rtou; In anvvnt of ltf.60000. ,Within the tnunlty.W edge of' the city of Jasper. 'The old, building ,

the National Beta Club Journal m actons& toward AlLjNkjB;.gentle.&imy3e ep and Florida dtagei nrnatgs-Forest ServiceRath Information':- clty .A, large! jj jrlty.ot these per ...,welcome. ) the:.teturno; ,.oui and prctxrty.,will probably be sold. : : ; 'lr'Y'

;h: -A' 'soci/s"iMEsiRB) ; .:"! brttocorrect,error'f Jn on forests' their care .and management mite were for/Ttnovation'or'addU" City" ''of..Mr.' ,Malcolm Crews and I, Designed /Vrcfnttcr/ Zefc?Lackey ot.-Vatdosu, the 'building: .

Who am IIn_ this unhrerseT' '.. others;!kind f I nthe exercise, my The Board acquires by gift, blest to existing buildings; family.. Also' a welcome'ta the seve homemaking i }

Is there anything in store for me? duties, I shall then be' better able rurchase, or agreement with the Substandard housing tsa, problem al men .wOO' are. "workng at ,, ',' ,; .. room: fibrarx.; 'fomJfefcftdifej

Why am I on this green earth! to,contribute to the ,happiness ofmyself Federal Government, lands for for i its share, in' all of these cities'and units.Jasper Much hasHamiltonaCoitty has phosphate, plant home and in Jasperexample. making; 'theitemporary' !r merrtar department, ,:'ma thematic'lab.!.! I ;: office.spict .ai cf"tOn/ff!"W P" Ieoce
I and others. : I II <* v r
Could it be for a reason I d>n't yet elf purposes The Service Controls _. rooms. .
sand uses )lands acquired, rand controls '
the proceeds for the sale of \ In 1963 about 12 per cent )

Congressman Fuqua five any percent such lands of such, save proceeds the twenty-which I.Health Department I over of Florida's against population approximately was 65 9 and per r Girl Scouts PlanA Boys: ''DOg, Killed .. ;:

I I must be paid Into the State School cent for the United States. This age By"HltAnd.Run'

Fund as the Constitution requires.Despite Florida a increasing population group has Increased 33 percent in Toile Hike !
Cut I Florida since 1950 whereas nationally '
Protests Tobacco the fact that woodlands persons aged 63 and older pushed AccidentTuesday .
'I the Increase been only 15
I cover two-thirds of this state's land the state's cancer deaths to an all per cent, On Dec. :S the Girl Scouts are afternoon Jefferson }t
Is that area there are 2300.000 fewer time high 'of 9,500 In 1963. Dr. tanning to have a two mile hike at
It opinion un
Don Fuqua protested purposes. my Avrlett took his :3 month old
Congressman There have
might been even f
than In 1940 While for James E. Fulghum.) dlrectpr, of the
der existing law he has this authority acres today the George Smith fapi ,Each girl
sharply Saturday the proposed I with shifting more cancer deaths In recent years <" Minx! hunting with him across the i,
cut in flue-cured tobacco ac- and horrid do sit est acreages shrinks. Division of Chronic Diseases ()fFlorida' had not the board ,in cooperation ls to pack her own lunch and to road from his home As he was com '
and to other uses,'we face the Health
State Board of ,
reage as announced by Secretary| "This drastic cut will seriously experts who the ;with the Florida Medical Association bring written permission from; her lag back a green and white pickup
O. Freeman. Fuqua ,. affect the of North llenge presented by said that in same year 287,210 hit
of Agriculture economy' our and the Florida Division of the truck the dog earring at leasta
of to the hike. The girls
predict' that the per capita use persona died of the disease In the parents go on
to the Secretary ,Florida tobacco-producing hundred feet down
pointed out coun- American Cancer Society drawn upa the righway.
that less than 2 per cent of tobacco fes. and I believe this not forest products will double by the United States. I cancer control bill \In'1947 which will meet at Mrs. Fine's home Sat. The driver In the truck didn't

grown in Florida and Georgia went|Justified. It would be far better year two thousandMillions Florida's death rate from cancer was passed by the Legislature In morning between 9:30 and 10 a. m. even slow down How can anyonehit

Into Stabilization while almost 19 to cut the acreage of those areas I of seedling trees are planted of I per 100,000' Increased 30 percent the IT years since then, the program We plan to leave promptly at 1X( a pet especially when the owner

percent of the entire tobacco crop.that are not producing the tobacco annually in the upgrading From 1950 to 1963 against a natio- has established 24 tumor clinics U. the parents, haw any questions Is watching and not stop to see If
was purchased by Stabilization which the tobacco companies desire our forest land. This year more nal rise of only 9 per cent, 'Drftilghum the state where 792-2181 he can help.. Accidents happen. .
j I than 75 million trees will be plantedin over persons'can Mrs. Fine at or
"This makes It crystal clear that rather than penalizing\ those state Florida led' said.'Cancer may come for advice and examination Mrs. Grltz at 792-2801 all know, but there Is no excuse, for
the Last ,
Florida-grown tobacco Is not con- who are producing quality tobacco year on' death, rates increase ,to detect and treat cancer not stopping,
tributing to our Increasing surplus. which'cigarette companies want to I the nation In new trees planted sharply with advances In age and Many cancer cases can be curedIf
with 125,000 acres -
Florida farmers are producing! tobaccos purchase." Fuuqa said. private i the greater' Florida rate is largelythe I I detected early enough. In 1963 "
that are desired by the manufacturer I'', Congressman said that he planted result o fibs state's. having a''' alone these clinics handled 37,336, Christmas Hints '' t

and thus should be glen; 'would continue'' his efforts to have More than one and one half billion higher percentage of persona 65 andover I I pt Uenta. ,

especial consideration. For over a Type 14 classified as a separate trees have been planted In Florida In addition, 'Florida's ,aged t..Heart disease Is the leading cause CHRISTMAS SHOPPINQ this year : I"r.IN'O ,
year I have been urging the Secretary -', type of tobacco while at the same since we began our reforestation population is Increasing at a faster of death In Florida, Cancer Is can be easier and more enjoyable I II << wran I'l

to classify Type 14 as a separate time assisting farmers In reducingthe program In 1928. pace than the national average For ,second If you learn the layout of the store s I'I t ,

type of tobacco for marketing acreage cut. ._- -- In advance. Save time by knowing i 'in which department to look tai I t '

.1 I Tobacco, Vote To Be Held December 15 j I!! Homemade Products ExhibitedU I II salespeople know items and when'something make who friends will often with special let good you Is 1< : I 3pECIAL f \

Flue-cured tobacCo growers win million pounds and"eltimated 1964 Hamilton County Home Demonst- t ... available. ,4 ,
vote Tuesday Dec. 15, 1964.on marketing production of'1,364 million pounds .
", ration sponsored \ty's.Annual Christ,
for the' next three The included' ;
.quotas carryover. 685 million 4
mat Fair where many hand made I I 1 1C. .
crops; Wallace [,eas, Chairman, of pounds under' Government loan. articles gifts and decorations were : "
the Stabilization and fl
Agricultural This total ..
supply all-time
an exhibited. The White Springs Home I
reminded farmers today high and represents 3-0 times ex- Demonstration Club was,.hostess ,| d A GOOD MEMORY goes a

Growers eligible to vote In the usage plus exports).It is also about and did an excellent job Thursday', : long way when Christmas

referendum'are. all those who produced 600 million pounds above a deslrable November 19 at the American LegIon C.r C. shopping, especially white you

flue-cured tobacco in 1964 level generally considered to Bulking, White Springs ]I 1 x N., t art trying to remember what ,
and shared in the crop or its proceed sock size Jimmy wears or
be about 2,5 times disappearance. Mr. Aubrey Fowler, 'North Florida .' ,' '
*. Also each person who was .r. ,q what size slip Judy takts. But :
either the owner or operator of a Intensifying our supply problemare Production Credit, talked to]' r ; Fri If you hoe a matter list with
.the in the ladies about forming! a cooperative r '
farm for which'a 1964-flue-cured to- large surpluses foreign + everyone's sizes and preferS -
countries available at as an outlet for hand made onus Jotttd down, can
bacco allotment:wa established. Is producing: 1 i y ? you :v
eliglbJe tC1Wte'ev!' though'ho tobacco lower prices as compared with our articles lIe suggested something- a ; lt your memory rslax and
prices. like' Suwannee River Crafts* This c focus your attention on getting
was actually'produced on the could Include counties borderingthe ,
the best buys
farm In-1964. It'anr aUotmWit was The.,decision to s e made in the Suwannfe River r4 :,

established for me farm for 1965.! quota referendum can be simply I Y yi I .'0'
Mrs Ernest Chandler told of
stated," Chairman Deas declared .
: ,
For the 1965 crop of flue-cured great progress being, made In Sweden -
"If for fluo cured
tobacco, the Department of Agric ]least twothirdsof I with Home Industries. She also MoT STORES are stocked 1.t. "
are approved by at ,
Ulture has announced a total of told of the work being: done In the wy In advance for Christmas, a ( t
515,425 acres available for allotment the growers voting ,the law pro I Home Demonstration Special Inter L. .1I1r-1 to.youll find the best and the l '

This compares with 639,861 vldes that the present program win est Groups In Ceramics and how most If you shop early But t, J ,.,
acres available for allotment Thiscompares be continued for the next three I this could work into Increasing Income Tree made from corn shucks and Miss Thelma Dolton gave a reading before you start shopping, be / 4 i t tt

with !639,861 acres for allotment crops with penalties on'excess tobacco for people In Hamilton County native materials valued at $10,00 or by James W. Riley. Cousin Thel- sure you've finished planning c!!

In 1964 Under an allotment marketed acreage allot- Miss Thelma BoJtin told of the more. The ceramics on display look I ma's contributions are always en- Know what you want to pay J

program the allotments are an- ments and price supports progress being made In Home Industries -more I 'like they were made by pro-'Jo ed. and how you're going,Jo pay
A m.mb.r'company of the
nounced annually, for one year at "On the other hand, )If more than In West Virginia and fesslonals rather than amateurs This Is part of the Ceramic Spec- National Consumer Finance a

a time. cne-third of the voters disapprove hibited a rug she bought while eX-I I The Kuntry Kousuu, Columbia lal Interest Group sponsored by Association can help you fl-

The total supply of flue cured(quotas by voting NO, there will be .tending their folk festival City Home Demonstration Club i Home Demonstration Miss Brown, nines those extra lifts orcontoJUtte -

tobacco for the current marketingyear no marketing quotas. no penaltieson 'Jean Meadows told what could be I entertained with many Christmas I Mrs Mills; Mrs: Combass ..Mra.I your bills after 1.t .....
Is 3.743 million pounds. In excess tobacco'.and no price sup I done with native materials and Carols, folk music .and dance nunv .Johnson, Mrs. Chandler and Mrs. Christmas" {,, .Kt '

eluding a July 1 carryover of 2479 I port program on traV 1965 crop. I showed a wreath and Christmas I I ben with the sudlance joining In. Sandlln, .-..-, .. '!, ;. -. ;. 1..'" .

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.AI JASPER FLORIDA, .-1 ;'....:.... I"\L__ A 1M' "
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FJue-Cured Tobacco Allotment .. TURNABOUT ..

I Notices Mailed '''' tll.,. I'I," Public iston "
'I 'r : : Announcements Wig Plays "Oyieda
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). a: Fink: M(*>W-:t Orh ,'. tea ,

Notices'or' Individual'farm 'acreage prd1ucingi'tht. ; klnd\'pf''fobaccd:', In per has been the> serve tll vt'41i/ by : .... : .
'' allotments have teen mailed 1964. and other I lay and clerical lnt' ef the Tallahassee w CIRCUIT COURT, tJER.; and you'are' requlred'to eerve "' / '
to farm any \ as District during the past THIRD JUDICIAL CIR a' copy of your answer or'pleading l In Rainbow Bowl ;
operators. Wallace' Deaa, either the owner'or operator of i a CUlT, IN AND FOR HAM,(to the petition for adoption on peti- )
Chairman' cf the Agricultural Stab- farm for which' a 1964 uecuredtobacco several week Mrs. W. Clyde Dempstcr ILTON COUNT, FLORIDAED" Uoner' Attorney R. E.'Owart, ,

Hizit'on: and' Conservation!! County allotment was establishedeven !! and Mr. William Smith, prey I BROWN IN, CHANCERY. 'whoee Florida,addreee. and file I* the Boa orlilnal 14. Madison a... '''Thank goo&iess the game is not come out of the last gameswith
| two
Committee, hu announced The dent, Tallahassee District Woman's Plaintiff, wer or pleading In the office of the this week' was Coach Sammy Miltier's -,
'though no tobacco was produced Clerk of the Circuit Court ia aDd an unusual number of bruises
notices Society of Christian Service and
are sent In advance of the "FLE for Hamilton County Florida exclamation last week when
on the' farm in 1964 if BROWN. on or and charleyhorses
Dec .15, 1964 marketing quota referendum an Lay Leader, Tallahassee District, Defendant before the Sills day December 'asked to comment on the Rainbow and it would
allotment was established for the have led the IN' THE NAME AND BT THEAUTHORITY 1114. If you fall to do *o, Decree Pro take several days to overcome
respectively recently
so that farmers' will farm for 1965. Any question about OF THE STATE for the relief demanded In the PetlConf I Bowl game with Qveffla.' them. '
know how the,quotas they are voting lay delegation our church Mrs OP FLORIDA io will be entered against yon'"1 The game will be played In Tiger
voting eligibility should be taken ... .. lion. .
up Tot H. Brew. whose resl .. Miller
on would affect their Individual with the ASC County Committee be- Dempster met with the new morn. ..4 ...r... !. 4UO .'ull.. Street.JVewnrk. The Jaeper New. le hereby deilf.nated I t Stadium in Dunellon on ?rids. )'. announced that number
farming operations for 1965. fore the ing Circle of the Jasper Woman's New oJ....)'. a. the newspaper. In which laid night December 4 at 8 p.rn.I one quarterback Doug Mitchell will
referendum Order
For the 1965 Society of Christian Service. Mr A swore bill compUInt baring week for shall be published once a Miller said! the Red be lost for the bowl game and! beat
tour Devils
crop of flue- zred been exhibited a n that I C4)) eoneecutlre week had
*>* .... tobacco,..the. Depaiun/ ,AgrU If at least two-thirds of the.. grow- Smith met with the Methodist Men. Court In the above *:?f.loe u.... the WITNESS' MJ'' band and official jketball, as well. Dou; underwent
; eai
er"'vot1ngYES' lavr provides relieftherslnf divorce ,this ivth day of November A. D.
culture has Dr.; Robert. C: Holmes-; DirstictSuperintendent sought being It" ,, Monday for a pulled leg!-
announced total of saidcomplaint "
that quotas and acreage allotments of the Tallahassee you are required to appear to J. R.Miller:Clerk ori.ld.* WING JANUARY..4'i965 ,: ment'
515,425 acres available for allotment on or before December 14,1 : $:, : "h1s:1e4. kneet_re5tved.In.Jf, ..
will be in effect for the 1965 1966, 114, Circuit C9urt. .
District, held the First Quarterly furnishing to Plaintiff CONCRETE the Chiefland
This .. (SEAL) PIPE: | game .
compares with 639,861 and 1967 Penalties .r, 0. A. Arrlett, Jasper aator.1 I .
acres for allotment In 1964 If crops. for marketing Conference of the Jasper Charge,cop of your Answer .1.. Kov. 17. Dec .. 11, H, 1144 12-inch plain
for the 3 quotas excess tobacco will also be In as well as delivered the Centennial pro confeiio will be tnt red againstIOU. i 16-inch plain I We will miss Doug'el')' much,
yesra1965.67, are approved effect, and price will be a- Sermon Dr, Jack Anderson Director NOTICE OF APPLICATION I 'I l but CUrl has been a team effort
In the Dec 15 referendum, Wltnefi mr hand and official' **al plain '
the allotments Callable to growers who do not exceed of the Tallahassee District Pas- of this court, this 11th day of Noveraber I 1 FOR TAX DEED I 24-Inch Reinforced Pipe' and I think that Bobo Griffith will ,
for 1966 and '967 their farm allotments I A.D. ll". I '!fill in i '
would determined and announced acreage 'oral Counseling Workshop andClinic R. MILLER, Notice Is hereby'.given that JIM CORRUGATED METAL PIPE 'I very nicely Miller statedlobo

one year, at a time before the It marketing quotas are not approved spoke recently to the Jasper (.SEAL) Clerk Circuit r Court 'I'I. I UNDERWOOD the holder of the I (Coated. ) I Griffith who was moved'
)in this referendum there
Dec, 1 preceding the beginning of will be 'no congregation concerning his C. A. Avrlett. following certificates has filed said I! Arches 48-Inch Arch pipe per foot from a half back slot to fill in forthe'
the quotas ,no marketing work as well as delivering the Plaintiff Attornq'Nov
marketing year penalties, and no price support on U, 10, n. Dec4,11) ,, I certiacates for a tax deed to be 36-inch arch pipe per toot 1 I I injured quarterback said t'We
Growers voting In the referen- the 1965 trop of flue-ct 'ed tobaccoIn morning Issued thereon. The certificate! ( 18-inch round pipe per foot. {are going all out to win and I think

dum may approve, or disapprove that event: another vote wouldbe Next Wdnesday, December 9th IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT numbers and years of issuance the LUMBER-Plata and Creosoted |(I we have a real good chance of de- .

marketing quotas for the next three held next the Tallahassee District Conferencewill THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT description of the property, and the 4x10 16 to 20 ft. long testing them.Lineman .
crops of flue-cured year on quotas for begin their Centennial meetingat IN' AND FOR HAMILTON 2x6 12 to 16 ft. long Danny Stevens said
tobacco. Growers the p11"1"In! ) which we
following years. COUNTY. STATE OF it was assessed
eligible to vote Include those 9:00: a.m. at Trinity Methodist FLORIDA are as follows:., 8x8 12 to 16 ft. long don't know anything about the

Church Tallahassee Bishop James If BKl ADOPTION PRTITIO OP FOR t Certificate No. 10. FUEL I I Lions except they are the largest

W Heney. Argentina Missionary Dr BILLY CLVDB MIZELL, a _!..* Year of Issuance-1962. Regular gas per gallon tank wagon team we will face this year. We will
VIctor Rankin. and 'many other \.*ra Male CIa I".' I delivered price. miss Doug Mitchell but we will be
Conference and District Leaders TO. NELLIE MAE THOMAS: Whose Description of PropertY-MV If. D. Diesel oil per gallon able to take them

will speak to the Delegation and residence and adorers I.l I4T Littleton of SEtt except 6 acres on E side II. D Truck oil per gallon '
Avenue, Newark Now Jersey & except 6 acres on W side& except I Principal Henry Powell said the
Tractor 35
You are hereby notified that grease per pound cans
from 't' The will petition for adoption of your minor 2H acres for school & SW% Transmission grease 140 wt. per advance tickets for the game were
tt Morning Program con-
ie 10D. BILLY CLYDE MIZELL. ha of SEU except 6 acres on E Sec. in and anyone planning to go to the
slat of reports from our Bishop, been flied against by Clabe COLLIER 30 gallon.drums.
1 1CPR.tor you should
4, Twp. 2 N, Ran' 11 E- I game get their tickets now
/ The Woman's Society of Christian .JR. and his. wire. RUBY OOLLay !e 59 H acres 90 wt. transmission grease 35 J
as Williston's allotment
S' Certificate No. 34. I was only
!/ Service, District Lays' Activites. The ----- Year of Issuance 1962 t pound can; I ISO i adult and 150 student tickets. -
Torda Methodist magazine, Fieri- Member of the Annual Conference I Ed. note. Coach Miller, who Isa '
Description of Property NW% BUILDING: I
da Southern College, Methodist
.. = and Rev, Norman E. Booth, 19M graduate' of the Jasper Hlfbi
...., ',. Children's Home, Goodwill Industries -f NEM Sec. 9, Twp. 2N, Range ]BUTANE GAS
Pastor and Distrlc} Youth Director. 11C.: 40 School was one of the most outstanding -
,and Weseley Manor Retirement acres. Per gallon price delivered to the
Home in Jacksonville. SUWANNEE CRUSADERS Name In which assessed: BV.. Hamilton County Jail. player la the Jasper Boll-
I Deese & Wife dog history. He won a football
When I think of .man, I cannot IKnowledge'ot i I ': good and evil, thou Missionary Victor Rankin will 1 The "Suwannee Crusaders" Sub-':]Kahl and Maynard V. The Board of County Commissioners : scholarship to Auburn where. be
reserves the right to reect -
forget God. peak during the "Adventure i In
shall not eat of it: for In the day District Methodls\ .Youth Fellowship receive his degree-
iflssions" In addition t ; I All of said property being! in thef5'anty | any or all bids.Beardof I
((1)) Acts 17 26 tells us of the diversity that thou eajesf, thereof .thou shall period !) will be hosted by the Jasper ,
I of Hamilton State of Flor- County Commiss .The New thinks
and unity of the human cDe. Rev, A. A- Hedberg Conference ''i congratulation
"And has race I Missionary' Secretary, Rev. Henry MYF on Monday Evening at 7:30: Ida. loners Hamilton. County, are In order to Sammy and
nations of one blood all With a paradise' tq live in, and W. Blackburn, Conference Execu pill Rusty Mlckler,.Witness chairman -j i UnlpM! such certificate or certificates ";A 'ttorida : fine ball team on a successful

the face.of of man the for earth to and dwell has on de-all with food in abundance,'and God to visit tore Secretary of Church Extension for the Sub-District, Is In shall be redeemed accordingto J R. Miller, Clerk. I Mile and wish them a lot of hick

termined1' the times before them. Eve and. \dara' Jrt} satan The afternoon Program will ,charge of the Program. The meet-I law the ,property described in Dec. 4, 11, 18, 25 night la Dunnellon
appoint __
tempt them to disobey C They Ing will begin Sanctuary i certificate or certificates will .
ed the bounds o ftheir habitation begin at 1:30 pm. with reportsrom
ate of
here we find God was the forbidden tree. Then God Rev. Wflliam E. Brooks, conclude In the Fellowship Halls ,be sod to tho hl?hpst bidder at the I

creator of man, and that He placed came in the evening to call,, Adam Chairman Annual Conference'Ill with refreshments\ Delegations I i court house door at 11:00: o'clock a. GAS GAGS> fhmL

every man upon this earth as one to account for his deed. lie hid him.. orical Society, and Tallahasssee from Live Oak;, Lee, Hickory Grove''I m. on the first Monday in the month

of His divine creation, how carefulwe self from God, but finally had to District Reports. Included In the Jennings, Mayo and Pinetta are of. Jpmnrv, 15; "ilch is the 4th

should) be as His creation. face God and give account for his latter will be reports from the Dlstrict ,expected. ...,.. .., ,Ta-T'arv i3. WEUoAt.'V'It ,

((2) Mans essential nature and sta sin. Today we cannot hide from Centennial Committee, Christian Dated this 2nd day of December, Yueloe t aunt oN.. Fog weuerce, ,,, I

Lion In life.Certesis God ,He {knows about our secret I Education. Our,Weseley Foundation CHRISTMASS; SCHEDULE. 1964. tto01JNpuse, oR ER P 1 6IiS Col
1:27.and God'' created sinsand,/ all must eventually be accounted Work, Town and Country, The,, Official? Board of First J. R. Miner' Clerk rf the i'ka T".ca. ON

U man In His own image, in the image lor' an dpakl for Evangelism, District Church Ex Methodist .Chur :h:announced their i Circuit Court, Hamilton eASIS CU$1DMIR1ITIS"ACTI 'YHA1''YHeiR ?

f\T* of pod created lie him, male and This sin of Eve and Adam put tension District\ Work. Election o t schedule of events v for the Christmas County, Florida b'r H CDM.IS

'", female, created He them. all of God's creation under s ill- District Parsonage Trustees, Re Season at their regular meetIng Dec. 4; 11. 18, 25. so FIRS'

At I think of God's creation, They were banished from the beautiful port of Commrtee on MinI.terialQuaUflcatlol1 last Monday night. eeee

being created like unto Hlmirl/I It t Garden of Eden: never to be *l, Report of Committee Dec 7. Suwannee Crusaders Christmas j NOTICEN'Mee l "!',

makes me shudder when J see His allowed to -enter again .and now on Quarterly Conference Record Program Is hereby given. that the Y y

,creation today. As a whole they do I theY;must'gain their living by a the Books and Resolution o f Deo., 15-.,.MSM NIVC] Christmas Board of Countv Commissioners of Low Price $6.95 1

not act like God's creation but as U sweat o fthelr brow. Among thorneand Thanks. PrograriiLWesleyaWService Hamilton County Florida. will receive NIGHT PKONEdYcauor )

I they created themselves and they thlssles sin always brings trou First Methodist Church of Jasper +! : Guild Christ- bids on Thursday, December PER CYLINDER

have the right to do as they pleaseIn ble. will send a delegation to this Mas Program 31. 1964. at 10:00:: a.m. for, tha!: follrvlr CASH;: ON DELIVERYHOLLOWAY'S!: 2-9001
a sense we do. but unless we 't4) Adam and Eve's fall affected meeting. The elected members are Joint THethodist Men ard W: S. '! "

ultimately act as God Intended His all races of man. Mrs.. Pence DeLon Sandlin Sr. andMr ,C. 'S. Christmas Program .' Bids for said ,purpose to be filed 1 in '

creation to act and live there Is a Romans :5:12: Wherefore as by Marvin Rodgers The ex-officlo Dec. 20 Christmas:Sermon in song the office, of the Clerk'of Circuit

day of reckoning coming. one man sin entered fnto'trii world, members are'Mrs Walter Havener, and Word, pot.Dee. Court. Hamilton Coun'v FloHd,

((3)) Man'a Greatest Mistake. and death by sin and so death President of Woman's Society o f 16. Church Schocl Christmas on or before Thursday, December ,

Gen. 2:17: ,But of the Tree of passed 'upon all .men for that Christian Service Mr. Foster Shy P Program / 31 1W, At 1000: am i.I i. .

herd. Church Lay Leader. Mr Dec. 16 Church: .School Christmas EFFECTIVE DATE OF BIDS \ .

CLASSIFIED James L. Dunaway, Cht'rch School Program ACCEPTED: WILL BE FOR A I v'1'S\
I ADS Superintendent.! Mrs, Wilmer Sapp, Dee- ; 27 Student Recognition Sun- ]PERIOD OFi 12 MONTHS BEGIN ... '-- .J to40L.LOWA'W. .
_. day p-m. .. |,. : &e. ,
SAVE-SAVE-SAVE! J( BOATS V$ Price or make offe' Reception for college Students,
alt sinned:

30-gal glass lined water heaters, Lay away SIRMAN now for CRAFT Christmas. Thus have!we nee 'Ml, are horn in sln; \\m : J_ I I

$74.99; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators J189-I 4 miles South Highway 41 and when the age of accountabilityIs 11. Used Tractor

95 w.t: 361 Ib. Upriiht'Freeezera Valdosta, Ga. D25o reached every one must make .

$199,95; 473 Ib. Upright Freezers I I their own die Is Ion to have their) sins PLATE.LUNCH

123993; 647-lb.: Upright freezers TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS forgiven. ,

1299.95; lift Automatic Defro.tRefr1Jel'ator t Call '792-3771' / or 792- 791. etcBUILDING The Scripture tell m, except ye

with 91lb. Freeze -REPAIRS7PAIN-TWO, repent ye shall all likewise perish':I Meat, Two Vegetables BARGAINS !' "! ,
$24995 w.t. 5-year warranty, atMannlnr' Carpentry or Roofing-will sub Here Is the reri dy.. John 3:16: tolls One-'Tea, 'norCoffeeac ,
contract. Call Gene Turnbell, 963- UI! that God so loved the world trnt
Radio Service, ,call '792- 2921, :Wellborn. N27p lie gave Ills own begotten Son;that ; I
4421, Jasper' tie (
however believeth on Him should II

USED Sale ELrfrMc Good RANGES FOR not perish but have everlasting; life.J I SPECIAL THIS WEEK; !! 1 ''
FARMERSMONEY I condition ItO and. For Cod sent net Ills Son Into the ,
C50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jas. \ 1 .
woilr to condemn the world but
for your farm operation !Mr. phone 792-4421 tfi that through Him the world might' BARTON'SRESTAURANT f 64' Super Dexter '

at reasonable cost. Terms be saved. I III
to fit your needs. Loans up'toT VISIT FRIER 1 MUSIC COMPANY in excellent condition
years, Can North Florida Pro- In Live Oak, Florida for all your He that believeth on Him Is not '
musical' but he that belleveth 2 601.Ford' Diesel
VicDon Credit Assn. S. Ohio Av needs from organs and condemned .
Live Oak 362-2583 pianos to records and record play. not is condemned already, because ilie i i 1 851 Ford Diesel
J wt. 'trREPAIRS has not believed in the name of

I the only begotten! Son of God. 1 641 Ford

WANTED AT ONCE: Rawleigh We repair I ((5)) Restoration to God by a Redoamer. : 1 640 Ford
all types ,T. V. and I
Dealer in Hamilton Co: or Jasper.Write'Rawlegh radio Also jSaiall Here Is the good news for ,. ,

} Dept' : FA J 150 3. nings Radio Service appliances.Jasper Man-'792 I us. We are Cod's creation and it Is 2 NAA Fords f.

Memphis, Term. DUP>> M21 tfc not nth will that ony perish, but 3 8N Fords
.. _. 'hat all sVcoent and receive for. '
FOR SALE 2 Dexta Diesels
ATHLETES, FOOT UERM giverwus for their tins. When the .
Country meat Beef Pork, Sausage HOW TO KILL IT tecision'is made and we are saved 1 30 Ferguson
etc. We also meat for
the freezer. Buy from prepare us or bring In 3 days If not pleased with strong from our sins, we become sons and Although the following bitsaren't ,. 1 A John Deere
calculated to make
T-4-L liquid, your 48c back at daughters of God, and an heir and your:
your own. Driggers and Sons Country
Meat Service. Ph.938-2716.: DIP- any drug store Watch Infected skin rlnt heir with him and once were day,wholly mightbe 1 B275 Farmall Diesel
slough off. Watch adopted Into God's family were Interested to know that Prince
healthy skin replace 1 300 Farmall (with loader) .-
NOTICE It. No more Itch & burning I safe and secure in His love and Grace Rainier of Monaco
started her as a Powers 2 1-row Chalmers
Use keeping power. career Allis
soothing T-4-L Foot
Trespassing, Hunting or fishing Powder too ..:- -fine for sweaty ((6)) Finally here is the believers model that about 70 minion EQUIPMENT .AVAILABLEmost
my property, and thI.means living
perlOns'either are,
feet foot order and promise. .
: stays active In the security .
everybody. Belle have been, Boy Scouts that in> have beenreconditioned
Watson.D18p skin for hours. NOw'at
WISE'SDRUq For I am persuaded that! neither, I j Kashmir
one eect considers it
STORE tfo death, nor life, nor angels nor prin lor'th& a
bride be
customary to
ipalities, nor nor things First Come First Served
r.' POSITIVELY -+ No hunting on Georgia Plate Glass Co. absent from her own wedding
present, nor thing to come, nor -EASY TERMS-
Hickory Bottom Farm. This means O Store Fronts However, she gives matrimonya
trlghth, nor death nor any other!
chance for
you. an even break by
,. Mrs. Maude Havener TFC O 'ih Enckvurr KenllveredT Shower creature shall be able to separateme showing up for the honeymoon! PRICED FROM $500 TO $2500 I
from cf God. which Is
..' 'MOBILE HOMES-: -SALES ns W. Savannah VALDOSTA Ave. CJD-521!!?' In Christ Jesus; our Lord. Romans We have never been boy

.t Ask about our Rental Purchase 8> 38 39. Scout here at JASPER LAUN Suwannee

>:..' plan Riley Mobile Houses. MOT- FOR SALE Let us stop and consider the..Jmp DRY: A CLEANERS, but we Valley

gan'a\ Trailer Park, U. S.'90 West. Fish bait, red and black wigglers :-xtant things God would have Iii" feet that we are doing everybodya

Uve Oak. ? DUG at Eva Sapp's. Ph- 792-3971 ,.. creation do. Man and Woman were good deed by having the wr. '
Ills prize creation In His likeness vice whir! give them better
r' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ELECTRIC WATER HEATER for We have the right to choose our remits fatter for fern. Try us on Tractor. Co.F. 1

JETS TALK- about the unbelleve Sale in good working order. $10 way of life, good or evil, but GodIoocs your next Job.

ble returns investments small takes ItCal. 792-6331, The Jas. for every one of His creationto .
$1500 for 25c! coin-Operated per News. TITS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD "" -.t'
si car tfc accept the offering He has givenor
wash. Let "Weben's" distribute ; HINT: To slip a too-tight ring
our sins and to into the
enlighten you about this new fast ELECTRIC RANGE FOR SALE. final redeemed family come of God one ando off the finger'' soaking the handIn R. (Gary) Carraghan Telephone 792.6551

Crowing field. Write P. O. Box 11S1Pensacola Used G. E.. only $25. To see it then share His message with I I cold water is good. Soakingin Manager

f.' Fla. Ph. 433-3083 D17"i' C call 79?.6331, The Jasper News tic I others. ice-cold soapsuds is better- JASPER



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young girl she Is one of the brightest "(with the Carlton Caldwells for a! the Thanksgiving days with the Soak crumbs from a one-lb. loaf I other order for fruit cakes, having

4@ young women we know. She. .week's visit in Panama City. John and Henry Lewis families. of stale bread in two cups of hot I I sold completely out of the first.I .

and her husband adopted a boy r. Ann Malpas went to'Jacksonvillewith Thanksgiving dinner was at thon' e''milk. Let it stand and cool. i I,They come in three sizes I tt Ibs-,
and girl when small the Mitchells and returned John Lewis'',
they were | Whetttcld, adA to it two cups of '3 Its., 5 IDS. See Wlllene Drury or
; Shirley ,who Is a lovely dancer, i is I Monday morning G
: ; ,, . sugar and the yolks of 4 eggs beat. Lois Curry if ycu want one -or: '
E In the seventh grade now. Randyis Mrs. R.D. Vkkcry pent Thanksgiving '
: en to a cream one lb. raisins, stoned : more.
.Jo} k4s'IVksl.Hrr. : I In the ninth. i The Harr>.T, Acids had a bit: with the Harold Crafts In'I I and floured, one Ib. zante cur-I II

We understand when Mary knew,-family;Tnanksgi\ing dinner From. Mayo and brought boot with her rants washed and flouted, a quarter!I 55 *
she was! In for surgery and long 1 Jennings were :Mr. and Mrs. B. D,, the I four grandchU cn-,Hal. Bob I Tempi and Bob Drescnef and: the
'ib' citron fine and
weeks of hospitalization they hada II I Ilarrell. Mr. and Mrs Herman Har.relL .. by Vicki Lyn and Mark. cut dredged boys went to Charleston during the
::: ;Ll\e . J flour, one lb. beef suet chopped fine
3T.. .2.4 ai family conference.: The son and: From Oak were Mrs J I and salted, a quarter of lemon 1 holidays and returning, attendedthe
daughter took over the running of Louise Owens and Mrs. Carrie SI- One of the busiest women I know' cup Curry family reunion at Metier

the household. The father, Jewett. monton; from Valdosta Mrs.'M.: GBraswell. makes quilts as a hobby. She has'juice, a quarter cup grape Juice, i Georgia. All the Elliot Curry family .
FROM THE IIEMRIK sister Mrs. Clyde VanLandingham is a paint contractor. It was Mrs. Nettle Reid', made 20 in all The last four, by one nutmeg and a ,tablespoon of., William
I were there exevpt El-
MESSENGER had died after an illness. Mary's doctor 1.1 Dr. name, "Around the Mountain mace cinnamon and cloves mixed I
Enneklng at birthday, making It a Important are 'slot
doubly who !is with the US. forces in
"Fear God for Ills Thus it is that her heart Is
power heavy Medical Center. The entire hip t I celebration "Flower Garden," and two "Fan" Beat the whole well together and .
Greece His wife and children were
Trust Him for His Wisdom The of her host of friends t
; sympathy was removed She Is on crutchesnow o quilts In the making. This certain as a last thing:, add the whites of ,
Love Him for and others) she has present. They go soon to Join him
His goodness; to whom shown
but the doctor thinks soon she Celebrating Thanksgiving with woman does church and club workis the four eggs beaten to a stiff In Greece.
Praise Him for His greatness kindness deeply sympathise. win be able to walk with froth. Pour Into a cloth previously
a cane.Mary's the Sam Warrens
wte Mrs. Warren's a good neighbor has a Job andis
.. ., Dr. Leon there and
Curry was
Believe Him for His Faithfulness
; spirit is not scalded and dredged with flour Tie
handicapped- sisters, Mrs. .
Dorothy Whiteof one of the best cake and pie makers
Adore Him for Ills Holness. Ilad a little visit with Mr. W. B. the Dr. Hiram Currys of Charles
S. Her favorite scripture is-"I can Jacksonville and Mrs. Daniel In Jasper.! (iName withheld by it tinny, leaving room for the pudding ton. Bob and Tempi fitted nicely
Feagle Jasper's C9y Manager '

" once do all things thru Christ who strengthen Peeple of Klngsland. Ga. In request). to swell, and boil six hours-
"We no more earn heaven by lie was,!in at Wcodrows,about case . Into this homecoming and enjoyed
you don't: know the Warren :> Serve with lemon or hard sauce.
good works than babies earn their to eat'a tremendous* helping of ice family .
Such a spirit!
-they have two daughters Linda The Bob Millers had their Thanks continued o" page 6
food and drink by crying and how cream with nuts and and cookies. .. .' The Woman's Club has made an-

ling." i I While it melted we talked.He I I John and Annie Lee ThIgpen and Gall, and.a.son* .SammyRalph giving Thursday evening.! Daugh ---- "\....:...
. I ter Caroline and her husband Dan
is enthused over the were up the weekend of the 20th. and Sharon Brown and
Gay and Pam their little son were
"Nothing Is discussed more and phate situation as we all are,Phos.1 They attended the lame In Tallahassee ela had
less than Thanksgiving dinner with here from AtlantA. Joining them -Mrs.
practiced i lie reminded me that he and were house guests of I the Payton BembreysVatlace
here Mt. and Mrs. 'Cecil Graham Black Sr
the C. B. lIarrisons I
while in
Joe Harper and little son Tim tired; then told me of his InterestIng I Jasper came by during the. .day. Daughtry of Englewood! Fla. Mrs
mostly regarding
spent two days with his mother Mrs . Hattie Harper was also their guest.' j
Hattie Harper last week Methodist workj Mrs. Dan Braswell and daughters .. .
I. j,i| )lie 1!? associate 1 laymen 'I in' the Annie McKilvey and Myrtle Jennings Marshy Elizabeth and Dana had At the C. II. McCormllck's for
to their folks last Black
Galnesvillle District. White Spring! were. see Thanksgivirg ,dinner: '' In Valdosta I Thanksgiving dinner were Mrs. J, or Mabelle
MRS. C. E. BIGBIE HONORED weekend. went Jen-
Myrtle on to
is in that district now instead oiI with Jeanette ,and,Joel Smith and', L. Reeves and Mrs Ed Craton. In
to the J, McCall's.
V. Annie
.:i '
the Tallahassee. He is the responsible stayed for th Christmas parade the afternoon '
The Jasper High had enjoyedthe I. the time with her they visited Stephen. .
:spent parents, .
01 t(f In the .
laymen for the NW part early evening Foster Memorial.,
time. honored Thanksgiving dinner the district and over 20 churches.I I Mrs/ and Mrs. C B) .Harrison I II I '*' .. \ .' I OFFERS REWARD
and it seemed the noise of
That (is.. often he supplies or getsa Mr. ,and Mrs. Paul Worthingtonof ENGLISH: PI.IW PI'DDING I ,
many happy voices would never I I have a letter this week from i .
supply for churches. j I Nokomis.Florida; came up fcr '(the genuine) from an old cookbook
down. .!
Mrs of
quiet I Fertic Warr 2215 Dart. : Will be ConfidentialIn
I Kept
Over the wall special The Thanksgiving weekend he ------- -
against a mouth Road Augusta, Ga., raking I ----- Ij
table had been set. Blanch Jones and Mrs. Feagle with Mr. and, inquiry aboUt an ancestor of Lewis -j

flourist had provided a beautiful Mrs. Lane Bullard went to Daytona L. Ferticlc of early Hamilton County ''IRIVER FRONT LOTS ,

center bouquet. It all looked very where he, Mr Feagle spoke! Sunday| history. If you have Information ., i II business Timberland and farmI

Festive and places were laid for morning to the Methodist congregation she would be grateful I am ,; FOR ,
-his subject "Buildingj the '
the faculty and a special guest,
Mrs. C. E. Bigbie who for many I'House of Life" Rev. Mr. Smelt is sure. . I I 'l? CAMPSITES have not employed a supervisor or

years has been at the head of pastor, formely of White Springs. A congenial party attending the,,

lunchroom operations at Jasper lIe Said he spoke to 4 Homecoming Florida iffd FS.U. game last Sat-1, J manager. ,
High. She not only Is competent, this Fa'll-I added "4 dinners urdav was Mr. and Mrs. J T Bridges OR'PERMANENT

but is in her quiet lady like gentelity 'on the ground. Jr, Mr and Mrs Frank Vickers Those who have gone on J. Gra-
know. i I| Mr. Feagle also does substitute \ HOMES\
a Mice person to of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Jack .
Mr. M. L. Powell seated on her work(tn.t.tha High School. I' Brooks of Jacksonville- and \ ham Black Estate or my named land
right paid tribute to her in an appropriate ; Mrs Harry Reid, Mr. and Mrs. On the Withlacoochee River in Hamilton County Fla
speech. I f January 9 there will be a convocation Robert Fisk Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pus 'Terms asI I low $10 down and for posts they cut and other material
as $10 month. I IvillJace.grand
Harry T. Reid .Superintendent of of laymen at the Bishop kett of Valdosta, Mrs Eugene Lang: t tI per

schools who has known Mrs. Bigbie I I Branscomh' Memorial Church in I t I Mrs. J, T. Bridges Sr-. Mrs. E S Drive: north on U. S. 41 to State Road No. 6. Go west jury

perhaps longer than anyone spoke Lakes IaJicr' The auditorium, which Chandler and Miss Elaine Bridges. and turn right State Road 143
in kindly praise of her ability and Is on the grounds of Southern College I' Mr. and. 'Mrs. Jack Brooks and { to property or write I live ,here and can be found any-
faithfulness. seats 1812. It Is expected to family of Jacksonville spent the Florida Campsite Inc. P. O. Box 607, Jasper Florida

Hal Tuten representing the student be filled. Mr. Feagle.:peaks then. I weekend here the guests of Mrs, J. AD 64LS116 "F" IB. time 'on telephone. I
body (for it wasn't Just a faculty I We, got the'4* -hat Mr. W. B T. Bridges Sr. I

'! affair students and teachers I Feagle is a very' 'active, and happy Mrs. Joe Sapp, Mrs C.D. Barker. -- ---- ----" ---------- -
alike had a part) presented Mrs. retired'person Mrs. J T. Bridges Sr. and Mrs. E

Bigbie with a beautiful china tea The pastor of the White Springs I S Chandler' attended a musical

service, voicing again the regardin Methodist In. Rev...Mr.. T. W. Goff program In Valdosta Sunday after.
which she is held special. noon. The program was given at "
The dinner was then served and M.r add Mrs Jewet Law and children First Christian Church and James : &

gay conversation made It a most 'ShJrley and Randy, of Gainesville Dasher, Frank Christian and Mr..i iChas. I COAT SALE
enjoyable affair. were up for the Thanksgiving Wlseijblker were the must-

-. .. holiday, guests of Mr and Mrs. J. clans. The program was very .
Sadness has again: comet into the J_Crews.TMrs'taW. good.I .', .
life of the belovedfarle) Hudson. '. (Mary.Jt!Someone we . \" .. : 1 :

of Hamilton,Hospital}' ,,,"A i,like to talk about-for her courage, I And some of us Just stayed at >>

Monday night her brother Mr., her bright outlook on life that at home and enjoyed a rare lazy day
Acreage ,Hudson of Haines City !1 lone:time must hpve- been gloomy. .. .
died suddenly. He was buried there Mary has been in the Medical Center Mr. Ann Malpas has'guests\ for 'r k

November 27 at 1 Oo'clock. I' at 'Gainesville practically all Thanksgiving Day-Mr. and Mrs, o' ecacu a .
One week before, Miss Hudson's year. Crippled from polio as a Carlton Caldwell And children. Ellen i ,

Harold and Nancy,
--- of Panama City: Mr. and Mrs. Ben

STUMP BROS. Caldwell Jr-, Mike and Tylee fromj. HUGE NEW SHIPMENT ;:

Tallahassee. Dr. and Mrs. Billy f ,

Mitchell, William, Wayne, and Hiram -, As, A Kitten '
k F
CASH & CARRY- Vann of Jacksonville ; ::
Mrs. Ben Caldwell went home

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S j i battery or the air In their tires fell 'used car they sell. The AAA points'' after experiencing tta accldent In 1 I LOCAL'NEWS ,"WI "

Too Late to:.Classify: I''to display the tame cautiousness out, however that the Installation 1 which, I waJ forturiWe enough torhasp
.. YO i ""J You SchcpL.: 1 when it comes to fastening their; of seat l belts is only.the first step, been using one lavlded..er1 I Mrs. R. ',G. Dampler.: Mr xand'Mrs
: By RUSSKU KAY seat belts.* lou injury, t would hesitate to.tlve. I II ('
I I Mrs.
''(- # .unless they ark used they !arevalueless. BUl'Smith. ands Mrjlnd.;
i by ,M L Powell, *$ : I,Ifor' .. I the block without taking the ;
of automotive
. : belts The decision ttfound
V... : At JL I equipped my car.with: teat the I( : Edgar Bembr:(spent last week end .. '.
Once again we{would like io 'discuss : KW..Three hundred seems to'be the 'six yean ago and I have been ad- industry to install seat belts as stan j I I Th problem,now ts to convince l simple precaution of""fastening' ,my ""in Nashvlllejf Two.,"ivlslting their '.It a
this matter*.of'standardized :resent cut jDg core/or admissionI, |I vocating'them: ever, rtnce. Aut It 1 dard equipment' ears was' eat belt Owners to use their new. belt; 1k( .

tests with you...Thls..Week we would to the ,various state! senior: colleges. .(.appears that the human animal is an Important Step Howard, howe%'or I I life'Insurance' t :ari'&f;their driving I The old admonition! "It is better children, Edwui Smith, Robert

'like to confine.our: the and uiivei IUes. Scores on the 12th j I''i i apathetic when it'comes; .to taking a road large percentage of can on and the it hours whether Jfor-jiinelehborhood,l I tobesafethan, sorry certatoJy' ..ap Damper and' ; uyelle am Becky "
today are not
action to equipped :
two state wide- teststhaf to,,the ninth ere given and grade ,test are beginning ,to be of even himself the and simplest loved, is up to :.the motorist himself to trip or:a,summer,vacation 1oUX':1::1':plies'to the use of seat belts but we Bembry. They returned home on 1

{twelfth grade pu- significance: ,.as,\the.junior, rollege"1;I I|tectlon against sudden death .or provide this ]rfauranceAfew .'| Like many motorist 'I was careless still pave too many motorists whoI Monday. '
are beginning to about fastening seat belt I gamble on "sorrow: instead of
hand dealersare i I I
p11A _each year. serious Injury second( car ,
t. "f't rj We have already! perfosmanceon these tests. Some I,I Another strange human trait is cooperating toy equipping every:when I first had them installed but playing safe. Don't be one of them I. ., J., ., .
j 1 given both of of our junior colleges art beginning !the fact that auivcys made by automobile I :-- ,
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$' these tests to our to turn down applications, for admission ; clubs and safety organizations : .
4 t students this year i cf.past,students,who have, how that even among those 'c..t ". '. I ,f '''. :{}' .,
| We have already a score of less.than, 100 on the nor: who are safety-minded enough to .;, '
s received the results Ida 12 Grade,Placement Test. We install seat belts, fall to use them. \ 'wt : !; phi. .'

of the twelfth had 9 in the present senior. class to Based m information in a recent .-+ ..
grade scores fall below this score. survey by the Cornell Aeronau ; : 'I"
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the Peninsular ..
tical Laboratory
and are expecting to receive the results ( I .
We would be- 1 most' happy to !
Cub reported that an .
f. of the ninth grade scores in a Motor "
have parents drop in for an ape died in automobile : 1.i 1./'4:
I. 5,500
few days. The reason we ca'U your prasial and discussion to how persons .. ..
I accidents last year because : "
attention to the results of these child stands on the basis of .
your belts ,
J they,did not use seat .;A ;
tests is due to their increasing importance -
and the that they test results. As soon as we have that were available, .3: :
part may
well play in the future educational the results'on the 9th grade scores The same report reveals that dri ; \: it
we would like .for those'parents to accidents checkedIn : ,. ,; :J
plans for your child. I, vers in 54,000 "L. kF : .;.. ,
come In and check on these results the survey admitted. that they .!ra.. ( .
\ These tests do show many things By taking a .erlouS'look and ap. did not use seat belts about one
and may be used for many differ- I I pralsal of,these ninth grade scores. third of the time, yet the 11ak'ofserious jj "
ent purposes In the first place it |we can discover+ th1"present weak Injury or death has been .i'ELEC7R/C,

shows how every Individual student ,I, .pot.ln the student's academic performance -, proven to be 35 pen cent less for ,If
who took the test stands In comparison I and very likely be able seat beltasers than for nommert. CHMSTMAS GIFTS '" I

with all the many thousandsof to correct this weakness before he The Cornell study estimates '.
students who took the test. These I,I i becomes a senior In analyzing and there would be at least 8 25 percent .'. .
tests will also! reveal the weaknesses comparing the performance of the I reduction in deaths among all 1, '- NEW YEAR! : '

and strengths of the individual 'present senior class on both the 9th occupants of cars involved in cra !"
student 'By statistical analysis grade test and the 12th grade.tests shes If aU were wearing seat belts- ] Sand Efatric AppKwKH sets.! awry gift! Pnbl..,... I. ,

we can find how entire fresh we found some pupils who improved Carelessness and indifference on i We have It on the highest authority-Good '':! \ .
from the 9th to the 12th, others did of to be the "'
man or senior class compares with the part drivers seems I t Saint Nick himself-thatdahk, toys and gifts J .
the average percentile ranking on not do so well, while some remained principal problem. Some people are make the brightest Christmas |joy and bring
the whole test and on each phase cf about the same"with no apprecIable careful to fasten seat belts when happier living all through the New Yearl "
change. Tests and test resultsare starting on a long trip but won't \
I test with the average percentile And no Christmas-tide has ever seen such a
of value only as we use them to bother with them when just jumping i
the electric
I score of all the students in dazzling variety of Ingenious gifts-
useful In the to to the tore a few .
serve purposes and for the car go '
who took the These the
i state test. tests In every price range-all with magical
\ will also tend to point out (the ,benefit of the individual; child. To blocks away, although statistics Power to PUal Step Into your electric '..,.. j
those of who have show that over 50 per cent ot our I .
strength and weakiness of a school you a long range I appliance store and you enter a '. "
view for the educational accidents occur a short distance I
results plan Christmas Wonderland of 'r '
system. of
The this year's'twelfth .. one-stop .
of child let from our homes. I yr I ;
us !
.! grade scores showed thatour I your I PII shopping for everybody on .
urge you to give careful consideratIon Drivers who are conscientiousabout '
students were doing appreciably your list.
: to these test results checking the water in their ,
much better in the ,fields of .. .
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math and science than they were t. r tae ... s

doing in English and the social stud Under .;. ., Ilk : i
New Ownership
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j mark indicated the ptate average "Best In Part And Service"New &:' :" : :
: then the Jasper; seniors approached I I. .' ..:A.\\::. .
the state average in this manner and Equipment j i'
44 JJsed ( '''- ;)
t Aptitude percentile English 44 I : l =4I
percentile, math 48 percentIle and! 'Ford Tractors Balers : 6/V6' POWER

I science 51 percentile. For a small I ., \\
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sent facilities this is a gratifying
score.There .. very I -.EASY. TERMS SEE. ,2''!
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results from.;these test scores, Out I "'!V;j' t ... .,. ,.-
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the test, six made a score ot more f. .
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U PAGE ,SIX THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA I .' Friday, December 4, 1964

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I!Ition and It Is hoped many will avail Someone shoveled ti spade of dirt[ ..

fq.l '& f( themselves of this opportunity to I: don't know why I,thought of Plymouth I L it
,, 8 ," hear a dellghtWl' Rram and give Rock!-but I did. I ,4

'SaO.RStJ clii)women" the chance to meet a. I

them. Mrs. Ernest Chandler,and Mrs. { ,

n \M.... -- ,tj! . J T Bridges are in Atlanta this L. '
', : TIlE NIJW S nOpI. BUILDING week. They were*Joined there by $ .. ..

continued. ,., from. pace 3 Tuesday was a cold Decemberday Mrs. A. V ,Kennedy of Waycrou The wedding of Mrs Janeace LaWaunla -
and Mrs Reuben Reynolds of Bainbridge .I' Criner, Siena Knappa, FSU ,
trip'Immensely. t at three o'clock In the after*, le ; ti
noon. ''The large gathering In front ,' GaMn who lathe dughter of Mrs, J. W. 1 I
'e.. School a ,. E. Griner, of Jasper to Mr. Randall
'; of ,the Elementary wax l
READ Tins goodly sight.-seen from a hall ,-and Mrs. Joe Sapp, :Mrs. Margaret Duane Riser(Delta Oil FSU) son Iil
of Mr and :Mrs. Lonnie R. Klser Jr.
block Sapp. Mr and Mra' Lewis
'I'Serenaders" of Valdosta Jacksonville florida will take l
State will be the entertaining guests School children in gay" sweaters Sapp and Miss Margaret Ann Sapp. in the ,Methodist Weseley place I \With Your Home
and caps the large group of teachers -I and John Sapp, attended the Florida
at the Jasper Woman dub on December tion Saturday December Founda.1:
11 at 3 o'clock.: Lawn Robinson and men in dark clothes and and Miami game in Gainesville over in Tallahassee. DemonstrationsAgent ,

directs this of mufflers. ,
group singers Saturday'I. -
i -Mrs. Robinson at the plans I dimly" heard a voice-maybe
The Club looks forward again to. Superintendent Reid then heads Mr. and Mrs Rance Andrews, Mr

b this event and an members are expected were bowed someone was praying and Mrs. Bill Harris, Mr. and Mrs. f., Wylm B. Wbl!

tote there. ':The newcomers -From the flagpole in the back, Thomas Bridge, Mm Ernest Chandler I

to Jasper have a cordial invita- the Stan and .Stripes, fluttered and Mrs- J. T.: Bridges Sr. \ .rxo COIN. 'OPERATED DRYCLEAN, P4irr "

-- 'Y were In Gainesville Saturday to
attend the Miami, and Florida game New Arrivals> j About $50 million worth of quarters f !
. It '
... went into coin-operated dry.

Friends of Cindy Chandler will be. William,Syron Scaff cleaning machines last year. This I It
glad to hear she Is Improving. She,.1 I Mr. and Mrs Wendell B. Scaff I amount probably will be doubled in t td ti tys

A is in Hartford Conn., her addressis I of Live Oak 'announce'the birth of i 11965.I t

Sin; OU The Intltute of Living, Williams son, Monday November 16, In I Coin-operated dry cleaning spDals -
Cottage.! .. Pineview general! Hospital Val to consumers in two ways
r Georgia. ,j It's economical and it's convenient.
ChanCe HAMILTON COUNTY HOSPITAL 1- The baby 'I All the homemaker has to do is
4. weighed seven pounds
r CLOTHES FOR TIlE NURSERYThe r fourteen and one-half ounces and; place her soiled articles in the ma-

Jasper Woman Club Is has been named ,William Byron (chin, then remove them'completelycleaned

sponsoring this drive Mrs.. Jack Scaff i at the end of the cycle.
NOW t In spite of the growing popularityof
Vinson Is chairman. Here Is the
The maternal grandmother is the coin-operated: machines, pro- j l
ti list of needed articles
Mrs. Helen'Washington of this city f I Ifessional drycleaning wiD still be

ii' Wrapround sheets and paternal grandparents are Mr.and J s needed Some spot remover for example -
Receiving Blankets Mrs. J. A''Eeaff, Sr of Jasper. 1| should not be attempted by I
Baby Bottle ,Evenflow-glass prefered Mrs. Scan is the former Miss amateurs. Many families also will
_'l't1TEHD. SUNniY Mary Helen Washington. .
.5 :continue to want professional presIring
Bed Linens.If
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I you have such on or
As might be expected in a
; JENNINGS METHODIST I CALVA R> BAPTIST aiURCH would like to contribute money,time and money for Mrs, Ratlif I I industry, coin-ops are und'it'fPlng: i
I t .' (I please phone,Mrs. Jack Vinson or j land Mrs. Harrison to do this whichI
1 "Enter -, Rest Pray" | *rVv*:. Jasper I some changes. These changes may Williams
J Pastor: Charles W. Roger; $r< \t Pastor* Rev."Fred Herring I any member of the club. ,I brought such the,view. ,,speed up the cleaning process but -
Members asked to bring on
y Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. Sunday School'.......... 10.00am. I are ers. i Increase the cost'
Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m.,I Morn Service .........11:00: am. I article or articles December o fthls 11th.kind to Mrs Walter Havener' Garden I I] Two coin-operated drycleaning sys approaching marriage of The bride-to-be is teaching In the

Worship Services 2nd and 4th Training Union.....,.... 6:30: p.m. ,, the meeting Ibe I I Club president presided over the,tems are now in use. The first sys- Miss Marie Williams daughter of f Jacksonville schco'l system. The
at 11 and at 8 It Is hoped there wil a generous
Sundays a business
p.m and with her sister Miss
1 :: Evening Service;j.'....,, 7:30: p.m. to this'opnortunity. I JASPER FIRST5lETUODlST, |Prayer Meeting,Wed., :'., 7:30 pm. response S. i,Inez McCall will have the darden'' predominately used, required a Jennings, to Paul Sutton. son of Mr I with the U ;.S. &\1(.
dub Christmas meeting at Hickcry 1 time cycle of about 45 minutes to and Mrs. Lawson Hagan Gainesville I The
couple will'have
"The Friendiy Church" a family
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niimca or CHRIST ]Bottom Fanrt.
f j more than one hour for completion is announced by her
N. E. BOOTH Pastor I wedding on December 24.
i Between'Jasper; and Jennings ENTERTAINED AT BEAUTIFUL Quite a few visitors came and other
I f ORDER OF PSRVICE J, '. Sunday School! ... ......' 3:44: a.m. on 'highway 41 FALL,TEA !I i some from cirri of town was Mrs. \system, until recently in the 'experimental -
Morning Worship _. 11:00: a.m. Sunday Mfcrn. BIDte Study 10 toll The' I largest attended Garden '']Louie Tedder,''Mrs. J. L. McMullen'' ] stage, uses a rapidly Cotton Quotas Up For Vote December 15
in the
i Club of the ,
meeting J
year :and Mrs. Randy Mat of Live Oak
4 invitedEVENINGaERViCES! j i evaporating solvent that reduces
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ryon s Worship Service ......,. 11 to 12 Raymond'I
home of Mr. and Mrs ,
.' ; ',and Mrs. Townsend of Connecticutwho 1 the time cycle to 15 to 20 minutes The cotton quota vote coming up
I Junior Ftllowtlip ...... 6:00 p.m. Wed.Sunday evening Service i..... 7:15: Camp. Jr. on the ''third Fridays, winters in Florida Mrs. J ,V. The rapid evaporation of the sol on December, IS will mark the

r Jr. High Fellowship .1 3:00: pm. Phone Evening WE8-2091T Bible:,' Study X" .. 8CO: In November with-35 present. Hos-i McCall of Jennings'and others. [vent presents problem to the machine twelfth,consecutive year in which Hamilton County

Youth Fellowship .._ 1:00 p.m. leases were two garden lovers Mrs .e. I manufacturers. Machines growls have'vqted On marketing

Worship Service -..\... ':00 p.JD. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Raymond Camr\.Jr, and Mrs. Graham Mrs. Graham Black and Mrs.'must be airtight, and this adds to quotas for their upland and ELS Farm Bureau

Youth Social Hunr -.. I:00 p.m. Sajrtr Canova, Pastor I Black Clarence Howe visited their brother the expense of the machine. The I cotton crops, Emery Williams, Chairman ,,
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15: p.m Assisting the hostesses' were Mrs his wife and family In Moul- solvent used in the new system is Agriculture Stabilization and ,
Sunday School at .?->-... 9:45: W. B. Lewis Mrs. Horace Lewis Ga. last of Open OfficeThe
.I trie. "Friday. They Joined also more expensive. the cost Conservation State Committee, said
J9ETHEL nUMlllVC BAPTIST Morning Worship .?_.. 11:00: ) a.m. Less and Dona
little Misses
and their mice and husband Mr and cleaning with this solvent may be today.
Training Union ........ 6:45: p.m. .
at tft each: Sun. Corbett. Lori Scaff, adorable daughter Mrs. Billy Tillman and children higher. Hamilton County Farm Bu-
BiUa Study a.m Evening Worship .->...;...... 8:00: : Beginning with the' referendum
of :
1 Church Service 1 L a.m. -7" P,, Prayer Services Wednesday : of Mr.: and'Mrs. Bill Scaff from Orange Texas there. They i Some Improvements to look for I reau now has an office located on
: on marketing quotas'for 1954
<4< Sundays each MorttnTBYE V ,.. ii-T:30: p.m. i Lakeside.,.The girls dressed alike were with Mr. and Mrs. Drew L. ward to are Improved spot-cleaning ; the 41 north across the street from
.rtiO p.m. each: Suaday' 1[wore navy-blue Jumpers with white I Vickers, Jr. ''for the, Thanksgiving I service! perhaps attendants who crow growers have approved quo: Scaffs Standard Station. Wilmer

I ,Elder t... M. DsVana,. pastor, JI' CHURCH OF GOD' j "sissy" hand made blouses. They Holidays. BiU&TiUman, lsa Dltrict .. are experts In the'art' of spotting, I tas for each year's cotton crop." Deas,- Service Agent will be in the
-' GLENN PRIDGEN, Pastor were gracious l as they passed i apldns Supervisor' with Dupont Interests i pressing service offered on the premises fie stated "In the vote last year office to'handle all of your Insur-,
MA3KR PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School j.-...., UjOO '.1It and party tidbits. 'Mrs. W. B- in Texas and Delaware where ,I at an added cost of course i on quotas for the 1964 upland cotton ance problems. >-\..-, 4'
CHURCH SERVICE Horning< :! ...._ 11:00: ... I crop, 94 percent of'the growers ,
> J,Lewis poured from a beautiful appointed Drew Vickers'JUX: ia also with Du and continued effort on the part of ,
lit 'William Van Zant HI3uaay t, Evening-Wonhilp. 1,7:00 'p.m y I(I voting approved "
Rev"School .. ':4S .. Wednesday 'i table overlaid with a silk pond tin Wfllmlngton, Del.. Mrs,j I'manufacturers I to make more effiI -

a.1I,* Prayer Meeting ........ 7:10 Howe was here part of the holiday 'I cent machines I By law quotas must be pro
Services .._ ; *-t' me-tallic. -
., : T.. Pf E. ,. .....;;,_ 7:80 p... season out at Joe Vickers. I I The present cost of coin-operated claimed by the Secretary of Agriculture ments will ,be mailed to operators
: JASPER"ADVENT1CHRISTIAN clad Inlmerfcan' : fern --- machines rule out home units now, In years when the cotton of cotton farms in advance of the
CHURCHT. BURNHAJM CHRISTIAN 'I I cammellias and roses. Mr and Mrs., Charlie Levin and ,but one company predicts they are supply exceeds normaL The estimated Dec. 15 referendum.If .

S. Warren ,Pastor! I CHURCH The drawing room was decoratedIn their attractive' daughter Susan I|only about 5 years away. 1964-65 total' supply of upland -'

Sunday School .....,...... 10 ..m. James Webb Pastor Nandina and arrangements of from the Universtity of Florida HOUSEHOLD TIP Are you baffled cotton exceeds the ,estimated at least two-thirds of the growers
Morning Service .......nOCl ..m. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00: white chrysanthemums. The Library and Brenda have Just returned by ballpoint ink spots? To remove normal supply by 41 percent. voting in the, referendum approve

Sunday Night Service .... 7:30' p.ra. Church ServlceVJJ, ..1f1tI A ..7 p.m. bad, bouquets of red chrysanthemums from Atlanta, Ga. where they attended :these stains, first apply a cleaning I The carryover of upland cotton I : quotas. for the ,1965 upland
Wednesday right Second and Fourth Sundays and foliage In autumn a large wedding and Susan I\solvent Then wash the article at on Augitofl4to this year was 12.1 cotton crop, price support at a level

Chclr Practice ...... '7:30: p.m. | Youth Fellowship 6i p.m. hues. The entire home was opento assisted at the fabulous reception once with warm suds. Use saddle I million bales. With 1964-crop yields'': within the range of 65 to 90

prayer Service 8:00 Pm'; : Every Sunday night the guests and was perfect In its occasioned by, hundreds of guests soap on leather or plastic. Then I indicated at a record high of 522 'percent of parity will be availableto
from the artistic . wipe with a cloth wrung out of growers who do not exceed.the
appointments pounds acre, domestic:
(JASPER) hands of Mrs. Camp. Mrs. W. A. Lewis has returned ,warm water. !plus exports durin thls marketing: I farm's acreage allotment, additional
M. Comer Part i ,BAPTIST, CHURCH I
Trulett sftindayschool: I" Mrs. Oscar Ratliff and Mrs. C. B.Unison from Orlando where- she visited year i is expected to be less than the price support in the form of
10:00: were in charge of the proagram her children. 1964 payments will be available to growers
.and the is |
Worship 50 Million crop carryover expected I
Moraine Monday School __. 10:00 Seedlings
11:00 a.m. . f
and 'o gha all
which had 001I who keep their within
T. Morning Servk I ; to increase to about 12 6 acreage
.. 11:00: sun. I
1.-00 8:00 pjn.-. Evening vS fcY'1 Training Union .,?,.-...... 8:30: the afternoon. They' showed slidesof Mrs. Gtahorn Black, Mr. and j Sold This Year I million bales by August 1, 1965 A the farm's "domestic allotment"

: p.m. night i Praysr Evening Worship __ 7 JOUidtteek I Jasper,, homes and gardens In Mrs Everette Browne and IOn carryover this size has been exceeded and marketing quota penalties will

CTcdaesdar Muting __ 7:30 p.m.'I Prayer Service every which they had slipped into and,,Wayne went to Live Oak last Fri I More than 50 pine tree seedlings only'once in 1956. apply to any excess cctton produced
Wednesday at 't30 p.m. made from 'time' to time and they-day evening tor'one of the most have been sold this season by the : For 1965, ,the Chairman explained on a farm.

=WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH were perfectly beautifuL It took eleborate wedding and receptions Florida Forest Service, announced Florida has a total of 35.060 acres If more than onethlrd'of the
Sunday School ..- IfsJO; LIDa I I 1 that Live Oak has witnessed 'That ,State Reforestation Supervisor A- available for allotment to voters oppose quotas for the 1965
t y.P.!:. Sunday ........-. &:&& PJB I Rev. Raymond Dykes of Miss Marianna Rose Protsmanto i growerson
, :Prayer )hetin<<. Tburs. .740' P.m Sunday School 10:00 a.m. LOANS arori Jordan today. which to grow their upland cotton crop, the regular allotment program
Church Service .110: ..m. GET TOO FARM Robert Carroll Brock Jr. Alpha With the lifting of the seedlings I 'crop and; 297 acres for the production will] remain ,in effect, and

WHITE SPRINGS Evening Service 1:00 r Chi Omega, Soroity sister of the from their nursery beds due to be- i of ELS cotton. This represents price auppcrt will be available to

FIRST BAPTI9C CHURCHRev. Training Union 6 JO p.m. 't bride were' much in evidence' as I gin on November 25, only ;? and one the State'a share of the national growers who do not evceed their
J. L. McNeal, pastor v-- | ai. '
10:00 Prayer, Meeting on Wednwday at I attendants and serving' at the re- quarter\ million slash pine seedlings I. acreage allotment of 16 million acreage allotments it 50 percent of
School ,. : 10m. '
Sunday Morning Santee 11:00 a.m. __.7 JO pjn._ .,.,- ception. The guests lingered until a i j remain unsold. .:acres (the smallest permitted under-I parity as provided by l law.

Training Union _-'- 7.00 p.m. MISSIONARY BAPTISTJ. I !late hour as an orchestra furnish-j t Sold out are sand pine, cotton- :, law), plus 200,000 acres from the All farmers who engaged In the

Xrenlnic Services .-_ 8.00: pjn. J...'.,,, FIeri" CONTACTHenry !ed dance music. was a beautiful wood and loblolly. Among species national acreage reserve to take production of upland cotton In'1964

Wednesday prayer service .8_P-m Wi{ Titts worth, Pastor I D. :affair-long to be remembered. remaining for saleare, longleaf pine 'care of minimum farm allotments. |are eligible to vote In the December -

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School _... >_ 10:00. a.m. i |[(Arizona cypress red cedar and eu- Notices: of Individual farm allot- 15 referendum.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Camp Jr _
Pastor: Rev. T. M. (Each Sunday) ,
Sunday School 10:00 amA Preaching Service Each Sunday at VICKERSJasper I land' Mr. and. Mrs Henry Vickers The Forest Service had planned

( class for Ttry age group) 11:00 a. m. and 7 JO p. m. spent the past weekend at Pana-:on marketing more trees this,year
Worship Service ,.l,. 11:00 a.m. Prayer, Meeting Each Wednesday Florida I I I cea over on the Gulf near Tallabas but hurricane Dora destroyed about TYPEWRITERSand .

,... Youth Fellowship ........ 6K)0) p.m, at "7 JO p.m. ct j''I see. A few days before was RaYmond -t}15 percent of the seedling crop at I
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH i Telephone 792-6921 I IR.o. and Jim's wedding anniversary i'one of the state's three nurseries. 4In '..
White Springs wry Sunday at t
11:00 a.m. A. IL"McGLAlIEY, Pastor 792-4831 and this we celebrate and big' Florida, tree planting) season Adding Machines

; Swift Creek each Third Sunday, Sunday School .,._..._ 1040: a.m. _I I fish platters served beautifully U ,begins In late November and usually

_at 8:00 p.m. Morning Worship t _. 110 .... lone way. runs on into March CLEANED AND REPAIRED

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FIRST Worship __ 7:30: p... I !If
All t Brooker. Pastor HARRISON HOMES Inc.

Cnadsy Seiool .......,... 10:00: ajn. GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF Home Made\ ,
Wonhlp Strike 2nd and 4th COD J t't' have made arrangements with a qualified l

Sundays __.._.._.._ 1IH>0 a'.a.Jr. I : 'P resen s. '''v\' .
Rev. Earl Deal .
and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at repairman who will come to our office for pickupand
7:00 Sunday School __ 10:00 LID. DONUTSI
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at Morning Worship 11:00 Lr, I I I '2; 3, or 4 Bedrooms; delivery each day. Bring your machine to our
8:00: oars. Wednesday Night _._ 7:30 p.m. Fresh Daily
JITF Social) Hoar Each: Thursday Prayer Service 1 V/2 2 Baths''
Y. P. E. Friday Night 7JO or office or call 792-6331. .
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF FloridanRestaurant .

Bert E. Wheeler Sunday School each Sunday at ALL BRICK ,

Monday School .' 10:00: Ait, 10:00: a. m. Jasper

Preaching Service ......11AM Services Each Sunday nomine v .
Lining Service 730: PM. and evening Money Down on Your Lot. '

house trailer trade.
; OOJUNnt UJS&IONABY. W. Kaanoa, Pastor I

CnURCB 18 rricM< Each Sunday) LOW INTERES1 70 MODELS 'TO CHOOSE1', FROM...,. i SERVICE

Rev P. M. Allen Pastor Sunday School ....Y.- .. IOrtJ6 aj>. LOANS .. .
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School Morning Worship __ 11:00 a.ns. For Information Contact > I DOLOMITE HICALFERTILIZER
(except fifth Sunday) Training Union __._M 040 '.D'. Thru the I t. ,
11:00-Morning Service Prayer Serric. Wednesday It ALEXIS MILLER, Jasper, or-*rriteHarrison '
6:00 pjnw-Training Union ",7taop) i. ;
I ; 7.-00 pm.-Evening Services at 7K)0) '.IIt. ''Federal, "l : '
i Land Bank ...
Y Prayer meeting Wed. at 7:00: p.m.. WHITE SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL I Homes; Inc. ,x44'or' G ood, Fat, Experienced Service

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Students Give Christmas 1 I 1 31lj e Jasper J etos
Ry LOTo.FREE; Effective Jan. V; 19<5, a new provislcn -''I"
TProwani of the law pertaining to eligibility School News Published Every M
The hate, Qf Civilization 1' Friday ..:
like for: med1 treatment
Needlework. You ccn take It up I at Jasper I PTA \ that any'veteran; who as pro'ildes a- Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida

and worry about it nt odd moments veteran'of World War I, World War'' rhea training ceremonies for the Subscriptions Strictly in Advance

Frank Sullivan' II or the Korean Cb 1f11ct. Is .. Homecoming Queen took place dur 53.00 in Hamilton
An exceptionafly fine Christmas Join In singing;; of her last number, real County $".00 Outside of County)
ing increased rates of ncn service ing the half time o fthe Jennings- .
Mrs. Joe Peas has been confined 'program was presented at,the Jas. 'Silent Night": Greenville Cards of Thanks $1.00 Minimum
to Pineview General Hospital for per P. T. A. on Tuesday evening I Everyone agreed these! students(, connected pension Tmed on need I band game As the Jasper Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
of regular aid and attendance, ( played, processional be.
the past several December 1st Mrs. Frances Drand- ,presented an exceptionally fine pro
days suffering
be furnished drugs or medicines gan. The cars wereery attractive Mr. and Mrs. Robert alert Editors and Publisher
ley. Program Chairman 'which they would nothave
front a fractured back- We hope contends gram-one
with all kinds
ordered of decorationsand
on prescription of du'lyI I
she will soon be able to return there Is an abundance of very fine wanted to miss-
home. student talent right here in our own A brief business seat n followed I licensed physician as a specific: the streamers. Then came the
I I in the treatment floats which were with festoons
apy of an Ilbess pretty
Jasper schools which should be utilized the program after which everyonewas -V' '
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Williams in the program at our P T. A. Invited to stay for refresh|: or injury suffered by the veteran, of colored paper and rib .,,
spent last week in Jacksonvillewith j, meetings. ,Anyone attending the P. ments and a social hour. (Melvin T. Dixon. of the Fla. Dept.
their children Cottrell T. A I!lot Veterans Affairs,aid today. This
and meetings this year will As the drums sounded Queen
'Marian( Sullivan and J. K:: and Jim-I'that'the students have added agree muchto : ---.- -" > -l's- -- {i provision is applicable only. ,to those Elaine from the house of...Smith

mile mie Lee Lee Wlliams. Mr .and Mrs. the programs If you have not :.!i P :i is!;; NewsBy I attendance veterans receiving rate under this Public'aid and Law came into view. She way seatedon
Williams. Mr. and Mrs-1 I been attending the P.T.A. you have her royal throne of sUrer. Her
Mrs. Walter Havener 86-211, the new pension law.
"Williams' j
daughter Marie
accom- been'missing worthwhile programs float was very elaborate with Its
I Dixon suggests that all interested
panied* them home. On Tuesday evening the program Mrs. Tom Royals Georgia. South- I veterans contact their Veteran County :ibbons and flowers. -
't featured the Christmas theme and ern Agent, went to her home In J
Mrs. Frank Hammock of Pinetta' Service Officer, or write to P Queen Elaine dress
!I I was presented! by girls from the Araby\ Georgia, for the Thanksgiving O- Box wore a of
and children. Mr Felix Hammond '7th : 1437. St. Petersburg Fla. gold which was 'most attractive.Her a
through 10th grades. Marsha '
and Mrs. David Keeling visited'hall presided and introduced holidays.Our Veterans who are paid the aid and attendants wore beautiful ta
their daughter and sister, Mr. and j| various numbers Jan Tuten and postmistress, Mrs. Alvin Cul- Mrs. Jack Langsworthy in Brooks furnished free prescription drugs..
Kathy Webb the breth went to Jacksonville: for Turkey
'vile last week. I program and medicine. The processional went around the
They went to
geaa Day andeturned that nightHer
.with a devotional followed with .
a ..
good peep at their new granddaughter solo, "Winter Wonderland" ,daughter Mrs. Frank Carter ----- and stopped in the center: This
and niece. by and children Tool and Terri White Is where the crowning took place. '
Becky Lewis. A Christmas Springs
Comedy High So, with much pomp and ceremony,
brought her back. They remained
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver had Dance by "Rudolph the Red Nose I ye royalty of Jennings High School
several of their children home over I Ralndeer"-, 'Margaret Ann Sapp until Sunday so that they could go I II School News was crowned. Queen Elaine, escorted
to the cane grinding.
the holidays. ,\I and Brenda Levin ,was throughly With basketball season beginninglast by Jim Bates, was crownedby I

'enjoyed by everyone. Martha Sand Mr. and Mrs. J, V. McCall, Miss week cheerleaders are busy; the retiring gueen: Miss Sharon Left to right are Carliae Burnam. Annaret Hiers, Mary
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham 'Ito acting as Moderator, Introduced ,Myrtle Jennings of Jacksonville, practicing and boosting school splrit. Howell. She wore a two piece suit Wells, Faye! Smith and seated 'in background is Elaine Smith.
had ell of their children' with them' a student panel of 7th grade and Dr. J V McCa'll of Daytona I The cheerleading squad for the anda black slipover sweater (the Homecoming Queen

Thanksgiving day, I,girls-Jeanie Carter, Claire Hill, Beach attended the Florida-Miami boys are Joyce S rmant,'who will .school colors).

J ,T and Shirley ZipPerer and )I'Duchess, Mlclder, Louise Mitchell football game in Gainesville last be captain the game with Bell.
"Mrs. Minnie Putnal of Jasper spent ,:and Kay Payne, who discussed and Saturday They' even sat in the Paula Allison Ann Bryant Anne The queen was given an arm bouquet
Thanksgiving in Jacksonville with,'explained the different areas and rain to watch the Gators bring in I Daniel. Sue Hfllhouse and Cheryl of flowers. It was carried by
meaning of Christmas.The TImmy Tyree and the ,crown was
Mrs. Vera Carter. the victory. I I Shaw. Because almost all these
J last number on the programwas girls play basketball, another cheer curled by Angle Tyree. Jao r
Mr. and Mrs. George Young had ,' a Melody of Christmas Carols Mrs. M. A, Tyre is out of Pine- .leading! squad from the seventh The attendants for the
i with than over the holidays Senior .1 j played by Gail Adicks at the piano. view Hospital and she is at the :and eighth grades will cheer for thegirls' were Annaree Hlers queen
from the realmof
I(Gail invited everyone to stand and home of her daughter, Mrs. Leon
Master Sgt. and Mrs. Aubra Young team. They are: Cynthia All Senior Royalty. She was escorted -
and children of Cape Kennedy, Mr Scaff. ison, Amelia Hunter, Gall Totnlln- by Tommy Newsome. The

and Mrs. Hal Young and children \ Miss Jane Pa/ford, student nurse son and Janell Tomllnson. Junior Royalty was Earline Burn- t1
[of Albany Ga., and Mrs- Winnie Jrtln j parents Mr .and. Mrs. Bert Zipper from Macon, Georgia, was at the The first home game of this bas- am and she was escorted by Ricky [ '

of Lake Park ,Ga.: Thanksgiving.Mr. home of her parents over the va ketball season will be Friday night lowell The Sophomores sent Mary

and Mrs. Van Watt cation. Two game win be played between Wells to
It is easier to suffer in silence of Jack-I represent them. She was
'tonville visited Mrs. Elizabeth Kra_ Mayo and White Springs boys' andgirls' escorted by Bill Butler. The Fresh
you are sure some one is watch- Miss Brenda Butler was horse fora team. The first game will 1 1a
'men over ttr2jvepkend. man' group sent Faye Smith and
Warren, R. I Gazette
visit. She to college at at 8:00 of the
i goes start : on Tuesday :she was escorted by Wade Howell.
iI Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morgan and Statesboro, Georgia.The following week, Branford boys and

| Mrs. Myrtle Sauls and children'children of Jacksonville spent the Pollocks were happy to II girls; will play, in White Spring. After ye royalty had been crown-
f Jacksonville {Mrs Rosie Cul- 'weekend with Mrs Morg n'. bro- very Pollock and Jasper will, play In White ed the whole court watched the
I have! Mr. and Mrs. Johnny, :
h and Mr. James Leigh and t her In law and slsffrT Mr .'3hd Mrs and. daughter Karen from Atlanta Springs on Saturday night. I remainder of the game.

t. Alvin Green had dinner last I Leonard: McCuDey. ;to visit them over the weekend.I Paula Reporters, Sue Hfllhouse Mrs. Russell Alderman and Mr. .
I I and Allison .
Deas.ay with Mr. and Mrs. Char Mr .and Mrs. Charles J. JCollins.,';Joining them on Saturday were Mr. 1.,: J. McDonald had charge of the. Jim" Bates acted as escort for Queen Elaine Smith at halftime .
1 of Madison spent some time Sunday! j and Mrs. Curtis Kelly and family Homecoming festivities.
I r program.dI' the game with Greenville for Homecoming.
1 Harrell Howell attended a demon
light with Mr. and Mrs. WinstoniVllliams. I 4>f Valdosta.
Gall Sullivan
r. Joe Sullivan and stration and dinner sponsored by -
spent Thanksgiving in Macon Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hughes of the wildlife of Florida. They were

fCa., with Mr. Sullivan's children I HOMECOMING f Valdosta spent Sunday with Mrs. shown Just how many way you
[Dot and Ed Leutner and Canard Homecoming will be observed at j George Kent. They attended churchat could prepare fish for a meal. This .i"

and Maxine Sullivan' Mrs.'Sullivan 3reenridge: Church of God Sunday i the Baptist Church. was held in Uve pak More the
who has 'l>een spending several ,December 6, with Rev, Mallory \; on way ,
),' ,Mrs Joe Deans in Flneview Hos JENNINGS SCHOOL KKW8
: returned home with ..
days .,. Femdal .
Smith! of as guest speaker back bad- "11' '! > .. .
She hurt her ; "
pital. very ;
and Maxine accompanied :
Garrard I Dinner will be spread at the noon ly. We hope she will soon be out. After Turkey Day sad all of the I. ; '? :'":
them home. 1--TOUT.' Everyone is invited to attendA big feasts, baD' '.am.* sad bird 1'\ it. everyday \*x. b.
revival also begins at Mr. and Mr. Oliver Holland and .. :
Mode and Mary Lou Mathis, meeting; hooto,ewfyon to ready to settle '
and 'children of Gainesville weret his church Sunday night December Mrs. Jim Westberry have returned down to work-but It will mot belong :

tome with their parents and grand(,th!}with several) nights meetingsnvmrtjeiananar :from Plant City where they visited- until '.r.'1 have I t* think, of '$ Tnanks for '
I the:Addison Hicks. Old Banta.Reports. waiting1
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Mrs. George Kent was in VBJOBS- went traveling home to.

ta Thanksgiving to attend a family day. .Hope that everyone wm hap

dinner Joining given the group by the were Lawton the Hughes Howard py. r Spur wait Jar one of these new 1965 Chevrolet i is about' over-and we want to

I Brooks' and son ,the Bobby i The students came to school all thank 1lor your patience. Come 'see fa"now.! When you get behind the wheel,
Kent. and Jimmy Hughes. Mrs. bundled up in beautiful sweatersand \
"ou'l'.be glad
coats on Monday. Old Man you
I Kent said that they had a marvelous -
time together.The Winter has really C9""e.
Open Horse I I
J. E. Dicksons had a lovely I Please remember the Talent
get-together Thanksgiving. Besides Show which the Seniors are havingon

Invited their daughters) Beverly and December 19 at the high school
You are t Josephine the following were there I auditorium. Put this importantdate

I Mrs. R. II Holton Mr. and Mrs down with your Santa date

ALL DAY SATURDAY) DEC 5 I IPaul Tyre, Mrs Callie Holton, Mr! That is how Important this 1st I
The committee'who has this in
I and Mrs. Lewis Braswell, Mr and
4 Mrs. Deward Braswell. I(I charge is composed of Linda.Bum-
/mpdJa Sport Coupe .
em, Elaine Smith end Ellen Scan
See hundreds of Christmas Ideas

arrangements and merchandise on dis THANKSGIVING PARTY I 1 The Juniors welcome Sue PTalr' It's longer, wid lower It's swankier, more spacious. You could! ,!\

make ideal gifts that Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rodgers of I II to their midst. 65 Chevrolet. mistake it for an expensive car-if it weren't for the price. ;
play. They every. ,
the De-I II
AmericuB, Georgia .J-CIATII MAKES PLANS -.
one will enjoy.Be I Vane family on Thanksgiving. They FOR PARTY ..

sure to register for Door Prize I all had a marvelous tlmv together.end I Ii I I :The J-dub had its regular meet- "

i There was a wonderful dinner I ling last week in the gymnasium.

I everyone had fun together. Besides Regular business was tranaaCted. a L, r."M :iIC
Flowers the hosts and their children, Plans were mack>-lor a party onI 1
Myrtle i Frank Suellen and Louanne, the I December 26. The officers of this r 7
following enjoyed this grand orca-
I 'club are:
dons Elder and Mrs. L. M. De.i President, Jim Bates

792-3421 Jasper i Vane, Mr. and Mrs. J W VIce-President, Jim Deas Ji/oZita Sport Coupe.
9 'Jhn. Mike and Dee Dee'l'I Secretary, Linda Burnam

I I from Jennings From Live Treasurer, Neil Newsome Fresh-minted V8's available with to 350 A sottervv \
(Fred DeVane. and daughter Lc- Reporter Elaine'Smith'Parliamentarian :: Cheve"e" styling. up, hp. .,,.
Ma: Miss Ruth DeVane, a student ,/Billy Laseter quieter ride. And its as easy-handling as ever.
r '
at Thomasville. .
of' Blrdwood College Sponsor, Mr; Owen IhWrton \uBe I
Dr. and Mrs. Max DeVane,
JUNIOR Lyn and Dawn and the newest sure to write your letter to

,member of the DeVane family, Santa Claus.
Maxwell. They live >In Atlanta .
I.young Joining the group In the The "B 'Team has cheerleaders.We .
will reveal 'their names next
/ IJ- afternoon:were the C.' D. Barkersand week. "' .. .
store lately> Linda from Jasper 1
-- to our Charles Runyon broke his foot .
The Methodist Churches of Jen- while practicing basketball last '
Have been aroundWe're
you I nlns and Hanson had quarterly Monday. With the aid of his crutches Not Sport Coup

conference last Sunday over at Han be is sole to get around.
: C sure that you'llbe Dr. Bob Ildlmes, District Superintendent 'e Clean new lines. Fresh new Interiors. A'quieter 6 and-V8's .
son. Basketball season Is just around f'hevyIl available with 800 Thrift '
than presided. Rev. Charles : up to hp. was never so lively.
,. more -pleased I the comer. The schedule will be :
Rogers is pastor of the It''
given real soon. The boys are practicing
,o; with our greater-than I Miss Barbara Pearmon and Mrs I : real hard Good luck.
1. .
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1m It's racier, roomier, flatter riding. With more power available-*4"
s.4* ,'OO_ yO/Vair up, to 180 hp in the new top-of.the-line Corsas. .. .

UREQASSEIIICE .:- i ,, Mich io,>ec ,coo g to try in tlID aartrV1O1 peopla bind :45 : "

W Auto, Fire, Life, Firm Liability, Workman Compensation Orders new Chevrolet/ Chtvtlle/ C/TeTtry/ 'JOT Com/r/ or Corvette" now it roar d lft's ..,.:.\ -

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