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APRIL 21, 1950. ................. i[ : - - J.. ~t Miss Jane Pendleton of Thomas- Hospital to the home of Mr. and Was the weekend guest of Mr.Mrs. J. I. Godwin.. Mr. Godwin is Mrs. T. C. Chamllers, Sr. 82 ,and due to his age his recovery 0e A. O'Neal of Fernandina, Fla. I is remarkable. visiting his parents, Elder and I J. A. O'N1eal. ~rs. David Jones of Richmond, is the guest of her parents, Mr. ~Irs. J. E. Huguley. l~iss Minnie Merle Williams is better after an illness of se- days. ~r. and Mrs. H. L. Johnson visi- relatives in Na'hunt~ Sunday. and Mrs. Wylder Williams, Mr. James O. Griffin is a patien~ in an Augusta hospital after suf- fering a sprained back whe~ he fell from a REA power pole last Tues- day near Douglas. Mrs. W. V. Musgrove and grand- daughters, Alice Marie and Julie, have returned after spending a few days at Radium Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Caldwell. Mrs. Robert Thigpen has returned after spending three weeks in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, b~cauSe of the spent the first of the week in critical illness of her brother, Mr. with Mrs. Williams' parents, I James Elngtish. He underwent a se- and Mrs. O. B. Land. rious operation and then developed pneumonia. He is now improving. Alvin I)ickerson was called the first of the week of the death of her uncle, J. A. Fleming. and Mrs. Bob Taylor and Robert, with Mr. and Mrs. Joe and son, Bobby, of Waycross Sund,ay with Mr. and Mrs. W. and other relatives. D. J. Godwin is improving Mrs. Albert Meador and son, Al, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price of At- :lanta and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pea- g~er and little daughter, Virginia THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS on account of the death of Mr. New- bern's brother, Mr. Lloyd Newbern, Funeral services were held Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Smith and son, Charles, spent Sunday in Lake- land with Mr. and Mrs. George Fen- der. They went especially to art.end the dedication of the Louis Smith Memorial Hospital. Mr. Marcus Smith is a nephew of the late ~Dr. Smith. Mrs. F. W. Whittington and bro- ther, Grover Kirkland, of Orlando, Fla., and N. H. Peterson of Wheat- field, Ind., arrived here Tuesday from Orlando for a visit with Mrs. Whittington and Mr. Kirkland's fa- ther, Mr. Moss Kirkland. Messrs. Kirkland and Peterson will go from here to Wheatfield, Ind. Mrs. Eugene l~arker of Waycross spent Wednesday with her aunt and uncle, Mrs. L. McKelvin and Mr. Perry Findley. Mrs. McKelvin is slowly improving after suffering a heart attack and is a patient in the Huey Hospital. . O__ LEGION AUXILIARY NOTICE Ruth, of Thomasville spent last week t The American Legion Adxiliary with their parents, Mr. and Mrs'iwill hold a'meeting at the Veterans John R. Pittman. I t tome on Wednesday, April 26, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Newbern, Mr. irequests all mem,bers of the VFW Auxiliary to meet with them to form and Mrs. H. M. Wilson, Mrs. S. A. !a planning board to assist veterans Pittman, Mr. a~d Mrs. W. L. Smith. ! in planning necessary equipment for 2:J = a critical illness of pneumonia Miss Myrtle Newbern, and Thee I the kitchen of the Veterans Home. has been moved from the Huey Newbern went to Macon Wednesday Puts A Super Market Right In Your Hemal Cash Pr/ce $329.75 8.8 CU. FT. CAPACITY HOLDS 308 LBS. FOOD ! Also 12-18- 26 Cu. Ft. Models Look inside and out-see why the Frigidaire Food Freezer meets all your requirements for safe, con- venient and economical frozen food storage. Re- member, it's backed by 30 years of experience in building Iowtemperature cabinets and refrigerating units. Plan now to enjoy your favorite foods any season of the year-with a Frigidaire Food Freezer. You'll save time, work and money, tool a New streamlined design a Automatic interior light Finger-touch cunter'balanced lid a 2 handy, sliding baskets Automatic alarm signal Famous Meter-Miser mechanism Homerville, -- -- -- Georgia 1 FUSSEL - FRAZIER Mr. Ossie Fussel announces the engagement of his daughter, Cloyes, to Charlie Frazier, of Vienna, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E~ Frazier. The wedding will take place the latter part of this month. RICE : ST E Misting widespread interest is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Hilda Fost, of Jacksonville, Fla., to Earl Lamarr Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rice, of Jackson- ville which was solemnized on March 26 in Kingsland. Mr. Rice has many relatives in this section who will learn with in- terest of the marriage. O TEA SHOWER GIVEN FOR MRS. CHARLES LIEUPO. Featuring the social calendar for Friday evening, April 14, was the miscellaneous tea shower complimen- ting Mrs. Charles Lieupo, recent bride, at the home of Mrs. Clar- ence Smith with Mesdames I. C. Bennett, G. J. Bradley, T. C. Cham- bers, Sr., Bruce Douglas, B. W. Har- per, John R. Harris, Sr., C. J. King, Sr., Ruf~s Lowder, and Mar- cus Smith and Miss Margaret Tested as co-hostesses. A color scheme of yellow" and green was carried out effectively. Gladioli, irises, snapdragons, and spirea in artistic arrangements were used to advantage on the refresh- men~ table, the tables where the nu- merous, beautiful gifts were dis- played, and other appropriate pla- ces. Receiving with Mrs. Smith and /----J " y ! Homerville, Georgia FrI., Sat., April 21-22: "OUTCASTS OF THE TRAIL" " "starring Monte Hale Cartoon, Chap. 11 Ghost of Zorro Sunday, April 23: "BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY" starring Johnny Shel~ield Cartoon Men., Tues., April 24-25: "CAN~kDIAN PACIFIC" (In Cinecolor) starring Randolph Scott March of Time - Cartoon Wed., Thurs., April 26-27: "ROCKY" etarriaI Ruddy McDowall, Curio Sherwood. "Joe PALOOKA in the Big FIGHT'' stnrrinlr Joe Kirkwe~l in Fri., Sat., April 28-29: "'SUNDOWN IN SANTA FE" starring Allan "Rocky" Lane 2 Reel Comedy last Chapter Ghodt of Zorro Selected short subjects. Fox News Men., Tues. Double feature Wed., thurs. Matinees Men.. Sat., 3:4S. Evening shows begin at 7:00. Sunday shows begin nt 3:00 and 8:30 p. m. the bride were the bride's mother, Mrs. Ross Tapley of Swainsboro, and Mrs. D. M. Lieupo. The guest register was kept by Miss Eloise Griffis. Miss Susie Sr~ith presented a program of piano selec- tiong. Mrs. Earl Tapley assisted the hostesses in entertaining. Refreshments consisted of punch, dainty sandwiches, individual cakes decorated with yellow rosebuds, and mints. For this occasion, Mrs. Leiupo chose an aqua taffeta evening gown made with a double ruffle off-the- shoulder, a fitted bodice and bouf- fant skirt with a double ruffle. She wore a corsage of yellow irises, a gift of the hostesses. CIRCLE hdEETING OF BAPTIST WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY I The Orie Moon Dicloerson Circle of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. H. C. Morgan for the regular Royal Service program and business meet- ing on Tuesday evening, April 11. The program opened with the song "Blest Be The Tie," and the "De- votional Thoughts" was led by Mrs. J. R. Pittman and Miss Mortice Dic- kersoR. After scripture reading, the subject, "These Things Write We," was discussed and "The Lord's Pra- yer" was said in unison. Mrs. W. B. Walton presented the program topic, "Presses at Work for God." Mrs. J. B. Bruce gave a very instructive lesson about the need for a publishing house in Nigeria, about the work being carried on Be- hind the Bamboo Curtain in Chins, need for ten million Bibles in Japan, and reading matter in Europe and the Middle East. Mrs. E. T. Davis told about the unlimited opportunities in Latin A- merica to supply Christian litera- ture, Bibles, etc., to missionaries in foreign fields. May is designated as the month for g~fts of linen for the Georgia Baptist Hospital. ~ach member is asked to bring linen gifts to the next meeting. Mrs. J. B. Bruce and the Rev. ,Edgar T. Davis represented the W. M. U. and B~ptist cImrch at theral- ly for young people in Ariel last week. Mrs. Mor~an was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. John Moylan, in ser- ving delecta,ble refreshments. SUPREME COURT REFUSED TO RULE ON CO. UNIT SYSTEM The U. S. Supreme Court Monday by a 7 to 2 vote decision refused to rule an Georgia's county unit sys- tem of novnin~ting candidates in l~ri- mary elections. The nation's highest court sustained a lower t~ederal court ruling that Federal co ujrts could ~aot rule on the validity of a political issue such as the county unit system, and that it was a que~- tio~l Ior the Georgia legd.z],ature. WANTED Sub-Manager or Representative in Clinch County who Is ambitious and desires ~ secure future with above the average income, O~r Hospitati- zation Plan is accepted and highly recommended by numerous Hospi- tals through the State because of its broad coverage at reasonable :-a.*:~s. Ex:*erience helpful but not necessary as we will train you. For full narticulars contact Mr. George Rody~ District Manager, Reserve Life Insurance Co.," 607 Savannah @ @ paq for i~elF m convenience dozen ~imes daq. .... AND LIGHT CO. ii I I I~ PAGE FIVE. O Pat. Reissue No. 22,221. Nov. 10, ]942 Patented Atr-Condifion~n~ TOBACCO CURERS properly ins called end used have never caused damage to 1~aves durin!~ cure BECAUSE THE HEAT FROM THE GIANT FI.L)~RIEINCE FLARE- R~SISTANT BURNERS IS CLEAN . . .. It's the same heat that has baked your bread in Florence cooking ranges for more than 7S years! Acme Pharmacy Authorized Dealer HOMERVILLE, GA. Bk.-~g., Savannah, Georgia, Phone 3-2208. (x) NOTICE ABOUT CENTENNIAL PARADE An~y person, organization or com- pany, who intends to enter anything in the parade to be he~d on Clinch Centennial Day, May 5, is asked to contact Mrs. R. A. Schanze im- mediatel~y. WATCH THIS CAR; THE CAR to watch is the one be- hind the ear in front of yours! And this ' same ear is the one that ought to be com- pletely insured. Wellie Ks INSURANCE AGENCY Chamber of Commerce But]~imE HOMERVILLE, GEORGIA .me f