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June 17, 1938 "THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS" Page 3. )~O'l~'O~(}Vj Miss Arlia Sara Tomlinson left . ~:Saturday for Macon where she will N livisit relatives f2r ?everal weeks" Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Kirkland and PAR ,6RAPHS CONGFRNIN6 THOSE WHO COM[ AND GO, THE SICK AND THE WELL. O ldaughter of Thomaston visited rela- i tives here last week-end. I Mr. Bill Sessions of Macon visited l o'his mother, Mrs. J. H. Sessions here pher, Mr. and Mrs. K. Hughes, and Mr. James M. Poppell, of Homer- ville; Mrs. W. H. Wingate, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Powell, Georgia Mae PoT- ell, Delton Powell, of Doerun; Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Story, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Fowler, Sarah Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Story and Jo Anne Story, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Attaway, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Green, Mrs. Ruby Green, }~O i last week-end.. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Randall, Mr. and Marie Carswell spent lastI Mrs• F. C. Eatman left Mondayt Mr. and Mrs. Austin J. Kirkland Mrs• H. S. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. igor Athens, where she will attend Ithe twelve-weeks session of the U-land Children of Jacksonville, Fla., B: M. Lunday, of Albany; Mr. and are spending this week with his par- Mrs. S. W. Story, of Atlanta; Miss W. F. Spells Jr., spent last niversity of Georgia. unto Mr and Mrs J C Kirkland, Molena Chandler, Mr an Mrs Ed- • • • I o .... : . • d • in Lakeland w~th relatives. ~ near Dupont gar C. Pullen, Miss Gynelle Hartley, l Mr Woodrow Bluce has arrived " -, • " ----- - of Coraem; John W. Wingate, Waldo ! Mrs. T. D. Mitchell spent to spend the summer with his par- Mr Ivy McLaine returned to Mi- Wingate, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Win- veeK-epd at Chula with Mr. ents Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Bruce after _...: "vln ~ *~- ~ .... an- after a o~te of Ocilla" Mrs T J Hall con Wnns. a~enalng SChOOl a~ ~outn t~eorgla visit to his parents Mr and Mrs. A. J.W. Hall of Warwick; Jane Hall, W Wa--~-ker n'son Edwin1 College in Douglas. i McClaine at Headlight. Joe Hall, Addice Dale, Mrs. C. W. • • a a , -------- i ------ Greene, Miss Hilda Van Greene, Mr. ~ng several days in Albanyt Mrs. W. C. Hughes and little dau-~ Mr and Mrs. O. E. Raynor of and Mrs. Edgar B. Greene, of Val- e, walker s sister,Mrs. ghters Mary Ina and Ruth of Way- Folkston snent last week-e,~dhere dosia; Mrs A L Booth, j B Booth, cross are the guests of Mr and Mrs " " " " " ------- • • the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George ~of Miami, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. W. A. izabeth Walker is v, ttendingt George Peagler for several days• Peagler. i Payne, Christine and Caftherine ..... ini! . •o 1~ Mr. U.J. Lockhear" returned home I P;eYt~:in O:ndB~:r~a MI~ethv?:dof, Mr:. me.mh°°l at G S W C, Mrs Larry Bethune and childreni of Orlando arrived this week to spend r h • " " Saturday for the summer afte teac - I dale; Mr. and Mrs. Jewelt M. Levi, I several weeks with her parents Mr hool ~ " "iing in the North Fulton High Sc log Montezuma, and many others.--- ,spar Walker is spending and Mrs. W. V. Musgrove. I A~,~t~ tho ,~ast term [Albany Herald days in Folkston and St.' ------ I ............ ~" I - • Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Bennett and! t~omerville relatives .~n’l friends RACKLEY-HALE ~ Isons James and Clifford Ray spent of Mrs Malcolm Parker, (formerly I Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Lawson Rack- ;Y ~l~i~:rtohaS returned ::dihnilS Sunday in Brunswick the guests of Miss Eva Doris Peagler) will regret ....... : i ley of Millen, announce the engage- y s aft r p g Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Yeomans. Mrs. to learn that she entered the Ware :;Ji:: l ment of their daughter, Kathryn uays here with his cousin Yeomans and children returned with Count,, Hos-ital Wednesde~y for a ::!! ~:! M~/rie, to Clifford Graves Hale of OOten, Jr. Ithem for a visit ma.or#opera~on i:~ :,:i Bainbridge • J • =:=!: • 1 ~ I ~ ~:::::i: ~ Miss Rackley is the granddaughter m d Mrs. S. B. Sutton and son, Miss Madge Castleberry of Adell Friends of Dr E K Avriett will of the late Mr and Mrs W L D ~tUtton of Vidalia spent last'is spending the week-end with herI h, ~l~a to know'that he was able to !?~::::it Rackley of Mount Vernon an Will- td here nd • • ~ ~ ........................ : .... ~ , d r ,, the guests of Mr. a sisters Miss Thelma Castleberry and~be brought home from the Ware ::~ ..... ................ ~ [lam Henry Hunter an the late Mrs. • ~. ~riffith. 1 Mrs .... Earl WheeJer County Hospital where he had been ............................... : ~:~: ] Hunter of Hometvill~. Her paternal Igor several days ..... ~ .... ~ ]forbems were pioneers of Burke and klld Mrs C Bowen andI --'---" " ~ ................................. " " i I)avi~ "- -" Y" ~ ......! George Pafford has .returned toi ~ . Mrs Bruce B Greene. formerly Miss Vernita Elizabeth Davis, whose iScreven counties and are now among u and dane anu ~ur a"d SChOOl at r~or~n ~eolgla ~Ollege a~ a " cn romi O. • . , "., " ' . ~ Miss Virginia Wilson w s able to ....... ~" -- -"-" ................ • ~-"'~",, June 12th 1 e p nent ~amilies of this see- , -. ~,ee and grandson, Alva"D~hloneea. after spending several, ........ ~ne ~ - o marriage was an m~=r=~.~g ev=.~ ~ =.,,u,~#, • ' tion Miss " . . . - -~, _ de vrougn~ nome weu s~ay zr m /Phot-bv Blackburn). • t~ackley graduated with spent Sunday a~ jacksonville days with his mother Mrs. Kate C.' the Ware County Hospital. Her .... ]first honors from the Millen High Pafford. friends will be glad to know that she ...................... .~~".'~ I School in the class of 1932. She is a :~-,- ~ -- t ------'-- !is getting along fine. Svlvester Sisters Wed atI Before the marrmge of Miss Helen! graduate of Bessie Wift C~llege, o~Xnl.ta Swmans, verna Mrs. O. E. Tally is spending sev- ---- f~ ~ . ~ . . I Davls" and Mr. James Story,. ~virs.,, d'iForsyth, where she won highest i- ~"d Wlnnell Lance are at eral days at St. Simons with her mo-' Those from ttomerville attending Impressive tJeremonles in ! D. Hall sang "O Promise Me. ! scholastic honors nad took a promin- :: the summer months after ther, Mrs. J. B. Crane of Dixie. Mr. ~the Davis-Greene wedding in Sylves- ~ I:l~v~t~ ~hn,,oh i The bridesmaid, Miss Agnes Davis, ent part in campus activities. Since ,~ S ' aldosta " e *~ ~'*1='~'~ "~ ...... ~" " " oise OnK~ " t " " • C. W. in V i Tally will spend the week-end at th tel" Sunday were- Mr and Mrs O., . sister of the bride, Miss E1 M , graduation she was taught speech term. Island. i E Tally, ~tr an(i Mrs. 1% E Smith, SYLVESTER, Ga., June 13.--- 'Miss Runelle Lundy and Miss Mag:and dramatics in the schools of :~i- - ~ ] ~ I~ -n~ Mrs K S Hughes• Mr Two lovely Sylvester sisters were~ Audry Cameron, of Sylvester, Miss dalia and Fitzgerald ir:d ~yrs.. H. C. Morgan andi Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stevens left James Poppell, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. married at two beautiful and m~pres- Luclle Wmgate, of Ocllla, Miss Verat Mr. Hale is the son of J. C. Hal~, B~. ~v.~argle and Mary Kate, Thursday for Waycross, where Mrs.Wue- Miss Jane Huev, Mr George sire ceremonies Sunday afternoon in Courson, of Columbus, were gownea prominent attorney of Bainbridgc ~-~ed by Misses Rachel King Stevenswills en some time Mr ''" "' ~ , ’ " it t a tist Church where Miss in astel shaded marquisettes model- an Mrs Hale w s h "" • ..... • i P d ~" "!Owen Hue~ an, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. the F "s B p , ~' P -. . . ,• ., d • a~ t e former Miss , ~xlng, and Mary Love Pat- Stevens willattend summer school '~-**'-'^--her' " i Vernita Davis became the bride of, ed with fitted wrests ana rang ~lar- Minnie Graves Rainey of Sch]ey ,:re Spending this week at St.:at Emory University in Atlanta. i""r .... v ~ ':Mr. Bruce B. Greene, of Homerville, ing skirts• Their picture hats, !n county• He is the grandson Of the ~''--~- ] Mr an Mrs.--~. W Wilhams and'MRs'ELECTEDGEORGE PEAGLER t and Miss Helen Davis, the bride of matching shades, were banded wi~n late Columbus Walter Hale and Mrs -- [ son VV" ldder It" were" ues!i~ts of Mr CHAIRMAN OF !Mr. James L. Story• The Rev. E. L. velvet streamers and they carried Hale, the former Miss Mary Jane • Y '., g _ . " ~GARDEN CLUB AT MEETING i Baskin, pastor, officiated at both arm bouquets of sweetheart roses Urquhart of Marion county, and the • | R T V [ and Mrs. F M. Parker at Fernandina ! 'services. i and blue delphiniums: ,.. late Mr. and Mrs• Daniel Webster .. -.- a., ~ ~ ~ |l v~_~ ~.s+'week end [ The June meeting of the Homer-, Th- altar was banked with ferns' The groomsmen, who wore White Rainev of Schle- count- His matern- H E A T R E II --- !v,lle Garden Club was held at. the and palms, interspersed with hand-suits were Messrs.. W. H: Daws, H. al grandmother v-as the former Miss home of M~s J R Gay, ~ne reining each colored ladiolu~es G Dams, Jr, Cecil Rhodes, ~ n I I ~-o' ~ .... Tul'lis rdturned the~ "- .... ' some p , ~ g ' '. • " ..... Mary Jane Chapman of Schley coun- ._ ~ ..... . ........ , • fternoon~ • " r Ben Sim son and ..... lionel, ........ [ ~'’+r .............. -~' +~ .... 0~ ~f~-t°" s,.r~ndin~- o ehmrman,. Wednesday.. a . " . Four mne-branche~• .... candelabra burn- Westbeny, J., P~ ty. He received his education in the ~l?--~-~' ~" -- [[ ~everal w~s in Butler with her dau-I , This. was•the fnst meeting of, the ed bridal tapers. Pews for the fame- John A. Durden. , ......... schools of Balnbrldge and at the ay, Jun ....~ I I ~, .... ~ ~,~o-,,+~- ~n~ ~milv tcluv mnce ~ne spring ~lower ~now, lies were marked with peach-color- Lltl;le JOy ~loan, oi t~olqm~, xmw- Abraham-Baldwin lunior College, = ,:v*n-- gnEer tvlrs. ~.~. -,-,,~-.. ,~,~*---a. " ' " ~ • " • " "s • ~.r~ ........ |! ____. land a full discussion of the show was e~ ~ladioluscs tied with white tulle• er girl, was d~essed in blue marquis- Tlfton ann the South Georgia Teach- ---~ A~I~ I , .... u ~ ~, - • ' " " • e ri es- ~ • • made M~s W B Gllhcan first v~ce restette fashlonesimllmto th b d .~ • |1 .................. r • "" " • ' " " Mrs G B Hawthorne, orga •, , - d ~ ers College, where he received hl~ -a, ---m-- -,, |[wi~l'~:l.:~:t tto ;:::n ~hatnshe~aPse~eP:n~Chairman' had sent Mrs. Gay a scrap played the nuptial music at both ser- maids' gowns: ......... h Bachelor of Arts degree. Since his alelody Wrad . |l confines" gr :o ....... net den ~or several uays, book, . to. be. presented. . to, the, club. .The~ vices. . The beaut~iul bride enuered W:~ graduation he has served as director Cl~a e li, DOOK iS ro contain a lUll accoun~ el her father an was met at the altar P. 8, Zorro RidesAgam]] ........... ~-:~ ~--^ ~ " Before the marriage of Miss Ver- • " d • ' of athletics and has taught in the Y |1 Macon this week are: Mrs. S; • ed the scrap-book to the care of Mrs. san~ "At Dawning " During the vocal prince,s lines with co " nee a Georgia during the summer. F Po ell ~ ce -~with-- It Drawdy, and Mrs. J . PP • ~ Erwin B]itch, who will edit the book • " "" ndles were li-hted b'"fitted sleeves Ro. point lace trim- The weddin- will be solemnized in a ' i " selecnon ca ~ g Y " ~" i g ' Y Kell * an Mrs Bhtch asked that garden club reed the gown an fo~med the tra n ' y---Jack'e Mot It ------- " "" ' " • Messrs W H Davis, J A. Durden, d " ' .- " the late summer and Mr. Hale and "~ nreunon--May Robson ", Mrs. T. M. Kirktand Mrs.S. B. members make contributions of un- George O.'Huey, of nomerville, and Tke short face veil was held w~th an his bride will go to Fitzgerald to make ~-~-~------~-- ] kvant and Bill Kirkland of Way-'usual happenings to the scrap-book. Joe Booth of Miami, Fla orange blossom and seed-pearl cord- their home, where Mr. Hale will a- ,a y, June 22nd-- , | :ross spent Sunday here w~threla-] Mrs. George Peagler was elected Bridesmaids were Miss Janle Ruth net. He~ flowers were white garaen- gain be director of athletics m the ~'RINE HEPBURN and I| Jives. , chairman of the garden club for the Hue,,.~, Mrs O. E Tally, of Homer- ms," asters and roser,, snowered w~tn schools.---Savannah Morning News. CARY GRANT I - --- I I *'r coming year. She accepted the office .,.,~,,,;~ ,,.,~;~ u~..,.~ -,,;’~'W~H.._.., ..-’ .~..~l~-isvill~_,., lilies of the. valley... ,i • ---in-- [[,,-~:~-i~’~r~-~ A~=F-I-VE--LivEi~ [ ;g~ae~ul~ ' iv, and ~0e ressed., her~ ap- Ky., and Miss Ella Levi, of Monte- ..Each' b~lde. :. caIr,(d' a lace. handkor; ..: "i.~ BRYANT-EDgAR 1 ,, ...... I reciatlon to the club for ~ne honor o ch~e~ wmcn was presenced ~o ~iss~ Announcement is made ~ th 'nRin , fin Rabv l llI ......... p.[g liP " , -- zuma. They wore gowns of m usse- ' _ .... . .. ~•l "• _f e -- o --~ -- ~ l lll . . %'--~'Y ...... ii they had be~towed upon ner. Other line de sole in nastel shades, gash Vernita Davis ~y ~virs. Annm ,1-10p- marriage of Miss Amelia Bryant of -~with-- ~l A guarantee.* ,4ver I r~t---roril~ " e ' ~ " " " r i tate t~Olle e I I officers elected wer i es a per, dean of Geo g a S g , Tifton t l t e od c nd Ion , o Mr H W (Buck Ed r Rui~ les an Ma Robton ~ Constipation,Billiousne*sa n d: . " hairman Mrs W B ' ioned w'th fi t d b " g ..... ) ga g d ~' , First Vice C Milled evflle An added note of sent ...... graceful skirts over matching taffeta . . g .: ...... " of Alma and Homerville. ~t -~--~--'~8~- - -~ |1 II "-." ~ :--- , v . " II Gillican. toll,,- ~-~os~,rai- ribbon to match each lment was tne weuamg (m~e, cnosenI Mrs. Edgar is the daughter of Mr, ' ~nows Mat. 4:~01---- |[|[ al in results ann price. ]l ~ ~ .... a Vice-Chairman--Mrs An- o v .... :~, ".' ....... hv the sisters, which was the twenty-' n ~ II~,~,'~ ,e q~ict,, ₯,~ ,....a g ~ [Ill Price 25e Per Bottle t1' ~ ..... . " gown enclrcie~l tne lower part o[ tne ~- .. . •_., . ___ v. ~,..~-o ............ .~-.w~ .... ",*v ~l|l --. ............. 11 thonyVizara, skirt a--~ was cau~-ht in a bow at the ~intn anniversary o[ tne marrlage~ Mr Edgar is the son of Mrs E ~., Shows--Mat 4:00 ,Ill A~m~- r~m~,s [I~ecre~ary" - Trea~arer Mrs H W ,,a ~ ot ..... tnelr parenm : " " * [';:30 an.~ 9.On " i|[[ Homerville, -- Georgia'[ .... " ~ --" " " ",front with a clu~ter of orange blos- • .... • ...... ~.~ A._Edgar of Alma and for the past .... " .... I!~ ~ wiuiams, t ....~,ho.. w~rk lor~ le-horn hats Aider ~ne ceremony ~vtr. and mt~. eighteen months has held a position ~'~ '- ' " ~ t ~'"°' ~"~ ~ ~ ,- ,s~ ~ ' " " i re t Re orter Mrs Erwln Bli ch Davis entertained at a beaut ful • * ~ " P --: "'" " :'" •"r [with Velvet streamers tomatch their ..... n~_.:~i with Stein Theaters in Homerville I It was noted tnat in rqovemne, ......... a .... ;on o~m t--u-uets of ception at their home, on rope ~ree. and Alma. "~ ~ - ..~ ~ It he club will have completed its first peac~° ~l'a~iol~use~. ..... "~ The rooms '~vere b:,eautiful with a i They will make their home in Ai- ~_w~)~/-'~-~>~~-" ~ year as an organization and so will ~,__ ~,~^~_^ ,r~.~.~,a ^, ~ea~s,n profusion of flowers In the dining'ms ~~L"P~'~2"~,//~f *" he sublect to recognition" ' from the ,,,~.. ,.wv,~ .... *~"~""~' "" " " " ' room the bridal" table "was graced wath" ....... " ,~ --/ /z ~] ~ - ma~ron ol honor, was gowned in aqua . . -. , l~~.--( /~-~,." ' ,. ~J/~-~!~ [state federation of garden clubs. ',o~o .,,;+~. ’~++,~n ~,~ flaring, below two three-tiered wedding cakes, each[ -~- " " " ~ At the conclusion of the meeting, :."~_ ........ • ..... topped with a miniature bride and t • ~-~| ~q~o e~se~’ us~J~] ~~/','~'V ,~r" ]l~k=~--,,~:~. l .... ~..~. ad*ourne~ for the summer, tne ~nees and worn wl~na ooiero.---oom White taners burned in sil-[ ~"~v(~-] ~~e~.j-~=._.~[(.. .~f,/~-~= .~ [~e ~,u,, j ~ .u ...... Her xlowers were el Talisman roses s- ".. -. ’ . .I Nl:~rvtTu:) I! ............. ! ~'~ ~.~.~-~..{ *.'~ 5 ,4"~)~f~t ," ~ ~ °ftor setting, ~eptemner as ~ne xirs~ ........ ver homers lee cream, cen~ereu~ ....... l! tar, w-.~v vt~n ] .... :~':- ' , " ~" ~ "~ ~ " aria Dine uelpnlnlums. " .... i ~ t~ut.u D~Y~~, ~__~/~ I meeting date for the fall. t The bride's-sister, Miss Agnes ~ita~ Piankkeje:md~nogssbell~it~nlil~.nedlv:f[ W~ !~'~' "~: -- " y ! Davis, was maid of honor. Her gown , d 1 ~ i~'~ ~ ~ ~ P -~,~j '~~i ~; MiSS JANIE RUTH HUE [ of--c~)rnflower blue mou's-seline de the valley, were served, t ~~~ -~ :Y/A~U/AI)~mmI'I RECmVED B. A. DEGREE ]sole was form fittin- with flared Assisting in entertaining at the ll~l~~ : -]'//-~N.~~ll~l l • ' • " ~ - " -~ -o et home were Miss Frances Monk, Mis~ I Miss" Janie Ruth Huey has return- skirt and sne carries an arm ~ uqu " , -- ~" '" " - " "~ :~f/~~~ll~ I ....... - • - - blue del-hiniums Lillian Davis, Miss Glenda Methvin, t ~ ~-,,.~K~. ~~l~'~ ~l : led home from ~ew urleans, t,a., o~ pink roses and P "" ~. v-.~.~^ ~a;~ ~. ;,,~ ~ ..... t~ t ' ~ ~'ill~,~l ~f~~ ' where she graduated from Sophie ~]roomsmen wearing w te e. ~.o ~'ho~,ao r~ennard Mrs A K ! ~'~k ~~ Newcomb college with an outstand-- Messrs. H. G. Davis, Jr., A. H. Davi , , ............ I ~i~ ~ ~ ~:~