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August 4, 1950     The Clinch County News
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AUGUST 4, 1950. THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS T. H. Tinsley of Oglethor~pe daughter, Virginia Ruth, of Thom- o~ Mr. and Mr2. T. C. :as~cille spent the weekend with her Sr. this week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pitt- ' mia~n. Sunday guests of Mr. an~t Mrs. w Mrs. Julius Karlip of Sa- Pitt~n were M~'. and Mrs. Charlie ere weekend guests of Mr. ~inn and daughter, Judy, of Way- D, ,Dave Minson. oross. -'------- ~ Mrs. Alvin Dicker----~on, Mrs. Ches- !MiSSspendingJO JOa Gotdenfew weeksf WaY-with ter Day, M~s. W. F. Gil~bs, Misses ~aren~t~, Mr. and Mrs. S. Betty ~EnglL,h, Geraldu Riggins, and i Sammie Steedley have returned af- ey. ter comoleti~ng a six.week summer end Schanze is spending a i course at Vald~)sta StateCollege, tin Miami, Fla., with his us- Vald~)sta. i aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Ballard ~- I ~ and Miss Aline Schanze. Among those completing summer t t work at the U~.iversity of Georgia, Land Mrs. Cecil Church and Athens, were 1V~rs. H. C. Morgan, of Fort ,Piere, Fqa., are lwho attended the Visiting Teacher two weeks with her parents, i Workshop; Mrs. E(~ward Lee, Prin- Mrs. G. C. Griner. cinat Workshop; and Miss Henrietta Brtice, Elementary Grades Work-i Wooten was at home from Ishop. Versity of Georgia, Athens, I ~ d ~Y Raymond Wooten fromI Mrs. I. L. E~cans has been spen - Tech, Atlanta' for the week ins several days in Charlotte, N. C., because of the illness of her sister- in-law Mrs. V. B. Heartness, but rod. M~ke Saye have returned was called home Wednesday because home in Johnstmn. S. C., of the illness ~f .her mother, Mrs. ~d~ng several weeks with T. E. Willivzns. a~dmother, Mrs. R. J. Grif- Mr. and Mr. Do,~miag Mu~rove ___.-- spent a few days last week at Ra- ~d Mrs. S. D. Findley and dium Springs and were accompanied of Tallahassee, Fla., spent home by Mrs. W. V. Musgro.ve and kend with his parents, Mr. Alice Marie and. Julie Musgrove S A Findley. Mrs. Find- who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. children remained for a Horace Caldwell. %it ~ere ~nd in Waycross.Mr. and Mrs. Ashley J. Carswell and Mrs. J. S. $txicklandand little daughter, Martha, left th~s weekend for Pomlaano week for A~g~ca where Mrs. Cars* I~la., w~ere Mr. Strickland weft and Martha will remain with Working for several weeks, hey parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. this week here. Thomson, while Mr. Oarswell takes a six-week course at the University ~d Mr-s. Raymond Colley and of Georgia in Athens. of Lake City, Fla., spent It with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al~bert Mender, Jr. and son, C. Colley. Miss JosephineAtbert III, who have been living in f Lake City was here for Atlanta while Mr. Mender was com- :n pletdn~g his studies for a Master's de- .~ree in electronic engineerio% at ins Musgrove and Mrs. Georgia Tech, visited her parents, r ' t OUnt~ spent the weekend a Mr. and Mrs. John, R. Pittman, be- ll for ,~. visit with their fore leaving Tuesday for Baltimore, 's, I~yneath Musgrove wad Md., vghere Mr. Mender has accepted ~ung, who are at Camp Ju- a position with Bendix Aviation, Inc. 'for two months. Chaplain and Mrs. ~D. P. Jenkins ~d Ma-s. Jimmy Peagler and and children, Mary Carolyn and "~'--~-- Dan, of Fort Beaning, spent bhe first of the week with friends' here. e eatr t ,., ervil|e, Georgia 9 : Aug. 4-5. , ~ASSACRE RIVER" /~. starring -~ ~" adison, Rory Calhoun '\ ,//%/ |~ql] :~[__ 1 Babie -- Congo Bill 14 t~_,~..-~J~-~~ E lug. 6: A GIRL IN My HEART" tarring DON'T GAMBLE |Owman, Ely'ie Knox TOO OFTEN after a Chase Yourself fire the newspaper re- ,., Aug. 7-s: port says "There was RASS OF KENTUCI~Y" (In Clnecolor) no insurance." Only the starring Jane Nigh, R. Morgan Little Elves --- News Au~g. 9-10: BEAUTIFUL DOLL" (In Technicolor) starring ~laver, Mark Stevens "PITFALL" p tarring ~ Owell_ Lizabeth Scott property owner who took a chance -- and lost -- can appreciate that insufficient Fire In- surance is a real calam- ity. DON'T stake every- thing you' own against the chance of being Wellie K. Peagler Aug. 11-12. ',, wiped out by fire! WYOMING BANDIT Insure with starring "Rocky Lane" Attic--Congo Bill 15 "----- I~Ort subjects. Fox News Double feature Wed., Man.. Sat., 3:45. begin at 7:00 Sunday at 3:00 and 9:00 p. ha8 INSURANCE AGENCY Chamber of Commerce Building HOMERVILLE, GEORGIA "hone 122W t for every room in the home See Us Before You Buy OUTLAW--BOYETT erie Moon Dickerson Circle of Baptist W. M. S. The Orie Moon D~ckerson. Circle of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. J. E. Hill with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Alice Musgrove Circle of Baptist W. M. S. Mrs. A. I. Robbins presented an interesting program at the meeti~tg of the Alice Musgrove Circle of the Woman's Missionary Society which was held recently at the Baptist Tapley, as co-hostess, on Tuesdaychurch. evening, July 11,for the Royal "Jesus Shall Reign" was sung as Service program, the opening h:~mn With Mrs. F. W. ..... Kee .... r Jernigan at the piano lne s0n~, Jesus p lvle rqea ~h~ ~.~,~" w .........~ ..... ~---~ The devotional study was led by number and: this was follo~ved byr " rn I~an and closed with pray- the devotional thout!rhts, "The Hope e. ...... - ... ,, . 1.. ,, .. xne t~oyal ~ervlee program was a el t~iory, given oy miss mer~Ice . ,. . _ _ " .~.. , ~ .. resume oz rne missionary work ~lon~e L~lcKerson, program leaeer.~lscus-. _. ........ ~ .. ___ ,,xx~_ . e ~._ in Azrl.ca a*uTlnlg tlle~ past one nun- signs ox the program, wna~ o.x ~ur ____ _ . .. ~ ,, ..... _ . ...... e e s. w. v. sgrove 1vtrs. were given Dy mrs v. M. taeupo, ......... M~o I T n~ -:-~,-- u u r,^.., d. ~. ~r~ce, ~.rs. JOnnle lnolllas~ l M s "~ e "" .... a - ~" ann mrs. ft. ~. i-lea~n u nlo,~ as, r. ~ug ne Wll~les, no Nl,rs. .. _ ,, ~', . . _ _ ,. ,~,.. r~as~e %~as sung as Lne etOSlllg Jonn t~.rt~man, hymn. Mrs. Wildes conducted a short A routine business session was business session. The eo-o,pevative conducted by Mrs. J.B. Bruce. and other pledges have been paid Mrs. C. J. Vause was welcome~l through,July. ~ as a new member. Mrs. C,imd Martin. Mrs. Mar~e W~~-C~ Morris, and Miss ~)eleres Wildes " " " - ' were welcomed as visitors. The July meeting o~ the Metbo- . . . gist WSCS's Circle No. 1 was held The hostesses ~erved con~gealed : ~ _ at the home of Mrs. G. J. Bradley fruit salad, nuts and cake ' ~ " t with Mrs. W. C. Wooten and Mrs. .......... ~ J. E. Fender as co-hostesses. ,~,~,,~, ~.nu~,~c i ID~arin, g, the business session ug~- ~.r.,,.avm r~-,~,~o gestions for a name for the circle The New Allis Chalmersone row" were made and "Sunshine Circle" .. " ., " . was chose~ by secret ballot. now has more power inan ever, anc~ ~1~1, ~ ~ ~1 1 t~/ st is stall the most tractor for the ....... .~ ...... ha ....... Lu- ~- -Iso the devo~mnal szuay, using the su~a- ~_~.~ ..,....~m,,n~ ~"" ~'~ " ~" "= " " " in " " f : ~r* ~-~ J. T~, ~" "" ' '" er" - ~ " "factors See ject, Houseclean g. ~crlpture or _,.: - VllSS tletty weluna outlaw .. _ I na" I'eVa:a: g=e " ~a [:r Brothers ' the d~scussi0n was from Psa'lm 19 :- ******** I us aria m y. g ' 12 14 Mr e t Your Aills-Chalmer Dealer in Val- " " . and Mrs.W. P. Outlaw, of Cog~ell, an~nounee the engagem ni . . ~o,.~_~ I Refreshing iced drinks and~ sand, 0 ~Oliga ko ~at2' f their daughter, Betty Delun~a, to Travis Bruce Boyelt, the a~n of { " withes were served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Boyett, of Waycross. | ~ ' ...... ' The wedding will take place in the home of the bride-elect's aunt, | ~l,l,,ta,,~ll Mrs. E. V. Outlaw, of Waycross, at an early date.. | ~ ~ , ,i Miss Outlaw was grad~ate(l from Homerville High School with | ~.~ Y? / 1[ .L # T It L / the class of 1949. Since t.hen[,~tshe has been making her home with her | ~li~,.~lifrom wnere I ... doe Ivlarsll aunt in Waycross and is an employee of S. H. Kress & Company. / ,,..,~~ " ,Mr. Boyett is a g~raduate of Wacona Hitch School and was associa- | ted with his father in the construction business. He is now an era- | Ai~Li~_~i~ Ha~ Thomas ployee of the Atlantic Coast Lin, e Railroad. } ~ ~k~ ]'~ The couple plans to make their home in Waycross. t I~llY--~'lllll-~'~:~# It"~| = " It : ..... | 411 iii |eans up Che.plain Jenkins, a former pastord~uthter, Gaye, of Homerville; Mr. . . ~ of the Baptist church here, preached and Mrs. H. G. Crawford and daugh-| ........... / at the 5th Sunday union, service at te~s, Patsy and Celia, of Atlanta;[ It's about a year now since nap miss, because ~y this time VU~- the Mebhodist church Sun(lay even. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mosely and daugh-| Thomas bought that run-down gas hess was starting to roll in. He g int. He and Mrs. Jenkins and \chil- I ters, Kathy, Rose Ann, a, nd Amy Jo. station on River Road. And because sow"cleaning up" with the money- the last two owners had one broke makm est as station around here. dren have recently returned from I of S,ummit; Mr. and Mrs. Albert , g " " g g " Japan where he served as a cha-I Mosely, of H(~mervilte; and Archiei trying to make it pay, folks figured From where I sit, fellows like plain with the U. S. Army I Moselyof Paris F~-an~e. { Hap wasbound to follow suit. They Hap and lille Andy, for lnstanc~ { ---- said so--out loud. over at the Garden Tavern, have Mr sn,t M,.~ .q ~ M,~ol~ ,~ I),, [ Misses Relbecca and, Rachael King { ButHapwentrightahead.When one secret of success. Andy keeps Pest"were hos~(s "~at a" f~lyO reunion [ have returned to Georgia Teachers t he painted the building white (with his tavern clean and bright--in co- at their horace la.~ SundayAll of ! College, Col,legeboro. for the second I red shutters and a red door) peg- operation with the Brewers" Self- " 'session of sum~ner school I the children were at home t(~gether {...~.~.~.7 ........ ! ...... :' ........ { pie called hhn crazy for wasting Regulation Program. Whether its for the first time in ~-;Jut sixteen I [ all his money on a lemon, a gas station or tavern--good ap~ :years ...... T,hose present besides the I I He aLo~ put in a lawn and pearances mean good bu~inessl. . hosts, were Mr ~nd Mrs Charles ' .- - " '~ " " { [ planted shrubs. You shou.d have ~ #'~. Mosely and daughters, Margaret] { heard the wiseacres laugh then.* ~ "~ An,n, irene, an(1 Liana, of Tulsa, I But H didn'~ a- ~hem ~ - [ / - --"t.* h M ap ~ p,y t a,y t.~ Okla oma, r. an