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e & 4 CLINCH CO:JNTY NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1967 ]00rsonai 00ocict00 BROWN-- McLAINE Mrs. Kentcn Miss Carol June Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brown, and Kenton E. McLaine, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McLaine, were married at 3:30 p. m., the afternoon of July 28th, in the First Methodist Church at AbbeviIle, South Caro- lina, with the Rev. Kenneth W. Bedenbaugh performing the cere- mony. Miss Brown graduated from Clinch County High School in 1967 E,. McLaine and plans to enter Waycross-Ware, Tech August 14th. I i Mr. McLaine is a 1961 graduate j of Clinch County High School and has completed several courses in life insurance He is presently em- ployed by Interstate Life Insur- ance Co. After a wedding trip to the mountains, the couple are now re- siding at 301 W. Dame Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pitts and Mrs. Otto Allen of Inverness, children, Mary Louise and Ed- Fla., visited her mother here, Mrs. ward Jr., spent five days in Atlan- Luelle D. Dame, last week. to last week with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David i Mr. J. L. Ham is convalescing in . Rawls. While there they spent an Ware Memorial Hospital, Way- enjoyable day at Six Flags Over cross. Georgia which they described as a good place to go for a day's enter- Mrs. tainrnent. Bob Lovett of Hastings, I Fla., is spending several days here to be with her sister, Mrs. T. D. Miss Genie Norman has return- Mitchell, who is a patient in Clin- ed to New York City after spend-!ch Memorial Hospital. Her niece, ing ten days here with her mother, Mrs. Lawton Lee, of Quitman, Mrs. John Norman, and her grand- j spent Tuesday here. mother, Mrs. W. R. Dickerson.- TheYdina Beach.all spent last week at Fernan- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffis and daughter, Mrs. James Poppell, and I daughter, Kathy, spent last week- Mrs. Max Austin Jr., and little end in Jacksonville and St. Augus- daughter, Lindsey, of Mobile, Ala., tine, Fla. James H. Griffis of Mi- are visiting her parents, Mr. andami Beach, Fla., met them there Mrs. H. S. (Bob) Musgrove. for a visit. Mrs. Lloyd Powell spent last T.C. Chambers Jr., accompan- week in Cleveland, Tenn., with her led by his daughter, Gretchen, and daughter, Miss Linda C. Powell. Janet Huxford, spent two days in Mr. Powell spent the weekend Savannah this week. there. Mrs. Emory Calley is spending Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hughes Jr. this week in Lakeland, Fla., with and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Tabor and children, Dwight and R. Van Gorden. Margaret, of Decatur, and Mr. and I Mrs. John Hughes of Valdosta' Mr. and Mrs. B, D. Jones of spent last week at Fernandina Waycross visited in Homerville Beach, Fla. last Sunday with relatives. w. s. c. s. HARGRAVES '= CIRCLE MET MONDAY ! rgyle News - t ! (Reported)  By Mrs. Alice Nell Hughes The Georgia Hargraves circle of Z , the Methodist WSCS met Monday A birthday-dinner was given in afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. honor of Mrs. Dave Steedley for Paul Barrett, hostess. Mrs. W. Earl, Wheeler, circle chairman, was in i charge. Mrs. Barrett opened the __ meeting with prayer. Mrs. E. J. Smith, program chair- man, gave an interesting talk on opportunity to study, and explain- ed that through study we help others. Love is the fulfilment of the law, she said. She also read John 1-5. Miss Susie Smith closed with prayer. After the regular business session, Mrs. Barrett served delect- able refreshments. o W. S. C. S. MARY CLAIRE CIRCLE MET MONDAY NIGHT (Reported) The August meeting of the Mary Claire circle, Methodist WSCS, met Monday night at the home of Mrs. James Poppell, with Mrs. W. J. Griffis acting as co-hostess. Ten members were present and the group was pleased to have as a guest the WSCS president, Mrs. George Peagler. Mrs. T. C. Chambers Sr. began the meeting with prayer and a de- votion on "God's All Sufficient Grace" based on Scripture 2nd Col., 12 chapter, 9th verse. Mrs. M. C. McAlpin gave a splendid pro- gram on "Major Methodist Be- liefs," the main topic being "We Believe in the Kingdom of God." Following a short business dis- cussion, it was announced that the Sptember meeting wil be held at the home of Mrs. J. E. Huguley, with Mrs. Lola Griffis as co-host- ess. Delicious refreshments were served during the social period by the hostesses. 0 - BIRTHS - Mr. and Mrs. James E. Joyce an- nounce the birth of a daughter, Pa- tricia Adelle, July 10, 1967. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hart of Homerville, and I the paternal grandparent is Mrs.' Naomi Joyce of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tomlinson here 78th birthday by her child- ren. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steedley of Tampa, Mrs. Charles Hollingsworth and children, Chuck, Judy and Mich- ael, of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steedley of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Steedley and children, Ron, Alana and Kevin of Jackson- ville; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Steedley and children, David, Ira, Pam, Sara, Robin and Frankie Lynn of Argyle; Mr. and Mrs. todd Cason, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodges and child- ren, Elizabeth and Sue Ellen of Manor; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cason of Homerville; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White of Argyle; Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Creamer of Hazlehurst; Mrs. Lizzie Scott of Griffin. All four of her children, nine of her grand- children, eight of her great grand- children, were present. Mrs. Perry Wooten and family of Tampa, Fla., returned to attend the funeral of her uncle, Joe Steedley, last week. Mrs. Madge Pickren and" Dell Bennett attended the funeral ot an aunt, Mrs. Mamie Tyre, in Jes- up, Ga., Wednesday. The E. G. Hoover family of Talla- hassee, Fla., visited relatives in Argyle and her brother, Harry James, in Homerville, who had sur- gery in Clinch Memorial Hospital. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kendrick and family of Jacksonville, Fla., visited the Hoke Arnolds and their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. tester Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wililams and daughters of Tallahassee, Fla., spent the weekend with her par- ents, the W. V. Tomlinsons. Mrs. Roy Morrison spent Thurs- day in Waycross shopping and vis- iting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roydale Morrison and son. Pvt. Danny King stationed at Mobile, Ala., visited his parents, the Woodrow Kings over the week- end. He brought a friend home with him. Pvt. Donald Morrison of Fort Hood, Texas, arrived Saturday to spend fifteen flays with his par- ents, the Roy Morrisons, before go- ing overseas. Mrs. John Stone and daughters, Mary and Karen, is visiting her parents, the C. C. Champions, and Alan Champion for a few days. announce the birth of a daughter: Kendra Darnell, August 10, 1967, o at Clinch Memorial Hospital. CARD OF THANKS Maternal grandparent is Mrs. Beulah Rigdon Ward of Elkhart, i We wish to thank publicly all Ind., and paternal grandparents are, those friends and neighbors and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tomlinson of iDr. Chisholm, his wife, and the Rt. 1, HomerviUe. o- W. M. S. DICKERSON CIRCLE HAD MEETINGS (Reported) The Orie Moon Dickerson circle of the Baptist WMS met in the home of Mrs. Edward Lee with Mrs. W. F. Gibbs as co-hostess on Thursday evening, August 8, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. L. A. Thornton, chair- man, gave the call to prayer, and in formation about our missionar- ies. This was followed with prayer by Mrs. 5. R. Pittman. A short business meeting was held. Mrs. J. E. Hill was program chairman using circle program from the Royal Service magazine. Topic was "Changing Catholic Pro- testant Relationships in Spain and the U. S." Mrs. M. E. Montgomery and Mrs. Julian Rowis discussed Catholic tradition, new Catholicism in Spain and at home in the U. S. Dismissal was with prayer by Mrs. B. C. O'Quinn. DelightfUl refreshments were staff of Clinch Memorial Hospital for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy shown us during our time of grief and be- reavement. May God richly bless each of you. --The Family of Mrs. John Futch. (ltx) served by the hostesses. Eleven members were present. July Meeting The July meeting of the Orie Moon Dickerson circle was held on Thursday in the home of Mrs. Johnie Thomas, with Mrs. Thorn- ton presiding. The call to prayer was by Mrs. Blocker. Prayer was by Mrs. Pitt- man. Mrs. M. E. Montgomery was pro- gram chairman. Mrs. H. C. Morgan discussed the topic, "Developing Race Relations." Eight members and three visi- tors were present. After a short business meeting, dismissal was by prayer. Tasty refreshments were served by the hostess. GALS. FOR 98 OUR FINEST PREMIUM QUALITY ONE COAT-NO DRIP LATEX WALL PAINT DRIES IN 30 MINUTES OUTSTANDING HIDING POWER WASHABLE AFTER ONE WEEK SOAP AND WATER CLEAN-UP CAROLYN'S 5& I0 Save On Operating Costs! Go Hunter For Balancing and Aligning Your Car and Truck Wheels $150- Wheel We are happy to announce the installation of Hunter Lite-A-Line wheel aligner equipment, considered the best in the industry. If you are one of the many who are having trouble with car and truck wheels out of balance and out of alignment, we invite you to visit us. Our new Hunter equipment is the finest in the business! R00HOMERVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Waycros Highway Ph. 487-5319 I NEWS FROM THF COUNTY EXTENSION HOME ECONOMIST By Audrey James PEANUTS On August plentiful lists will be peanuts and peanut butter. i Peanuts are concentrated foods, high in calories. Peanuts and pea- nut products are excelent sources of protein which are needed to build and repair body tissues. They are also good sources of the vita- min called thiamine. Although the protein of peanuts is not as good quality as that of milk, eggs and meat, when used in a mixed diet they can serve as an excellent, low-cost meat substitute and ex- tender. Almost every cupboard contains a jar of peanut butter for it is one of America's most popular foods. Not only is it popular but it is most versatile. Here are some sug- gested ways for using peanut but- ter: Stuff 3-inch lengths o crisp cel- ery with a mixture of peanut but- ter and crumbled crisp-cooked ba- con. Make a nippy spread to serve on crackers by combining chopped peanuts, grated sharp cheese, fine- ly chopped olives and a dash of worcestershire sauce. Peanut butter french toast for breakfast would be worth rising early for. Blend peanut butter, and orange marmalade or apple butter. Make a sandwich and soak in the usual egg-mixture for fren- ch toast and bake in a 400 degree F. oven for 40 minutes or cook slowly in fry pan on top of range in melted butter. Here is an easy way to roast raw peanuts at home. Spread peanuts one layer deep in a shallow pan and roast in a slow oven, 300 de- grees F. for 30 to 40 minutes. Stir nuts often as they roast. Check on brownness from time to time by removing skins from a few nuts. Now is peanut time, so let's en- joy thff:.:._-, ........ , A PRAYER Part of an address by James L. Knight as printed in THE GRAPH- IC ARTS MONTHLY. "Lord, Thou knowest better than I know myself that I am growing older, and will some day be old. "Keep me from getting talkative, and particularly from the fatal habit of thinking I must say some- thing on every subject and on, every occasion. "Release me from craving to try to straighten out everybody's af- fairs. "Keep my mind free from the recital of endless details. Give me wings to get to the point. "I ask for grace enough to lis- ten to the tales of others' pains. Help me to endure them with patience. "But seal my lips on my own aches and pains. They are increas-, ing and my love of rehearsing DANCE CLINCH CO. VETERANS HOME Friday Night, Aug. 18, 1967 -- 9:00 to 1:00 MUSIC by FLOYD ALLE2q & His String Band COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSIC OPEN TO PUBLIC--COUPLES ONLY $2 Per Couple Come Out and Lnjoy A Fine Evening of Entertainment them is becoming sweeter as the years go by. "Teach me the glorious lesso* that occasionally it is possible that I may be mistaken. "Keep me reasonably sweet. I do not want to be a saintsome of them are so hard to live with---' but a sour old man is one of the crowning works of the devil. "Make me thoughtful, but nt moody; helpful, but not bossy. With my vast store of wisdom, it seems a pity not to use it all--but Thou knowest, Lord, that I want a few friends at the end." Blank installment note contracts with retain title and re-possesslov rovisions. News Office HU 7-5337 State, Fulton Co. Get U. S. Grants ATLANTA,---(GPS) Uncle Sam putting $124,012 into Georgia th: year to help maintain progra to fight air pollution. U. S. Sen. tors Herman E. Talmadge an Richard B. Russell announce that the Department of Health, ucation and Welfare has grante 64,200 to the Fulton Coun! Health Department and $59,812 i the State Department of Publi Mealth for air polution control pr grams. $50 OR $25! SIMPLY TI0000DE WITH MERCHANTS GIVING Clinch County Apprec!!a!io, Tickets You Will Recewe One Tzcket For Each Spent. Fill In Your Name Plainly And Drop In Box. YOU MAY BE A WINNER! FIRSI DRAWING SAT., AUG. 26 3:00 p.m. Clinch Co. Court House When You Hear The Siren, Gather at the Court House YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN All tickets for purchases made after 12:00 noon each Saturday will be drawn the next week. TRADE WITH MERCHANTS DISPLAYING THEIR CLINCH CO. MERCHANTS ASSOC. SIGN The ollowing merchants are giving Clinch County Appreciation Tickets: ACME PHARMACY AVRIETT DRUGS BOTTOM DOLLAR STORE CALLEY'S GROCERY CAROLYN'S 5 & 10c HOMERVILLE HARDWARE & FURN. CO. HOMERVILLE MOTOR COMPANY HOMERVILLE RADIO & T. V. HOMERVILLE SUPPLY CO. INMAN'S SERVICE STATION KING HARDWARE COMPANY CARSWELL MOTOR SUPPLY CHAUNCEY'S CURB MARKET CHAUNCEY'S SERVICE STATION CLINCH FOOD MARKET THE FASHION SHOPPE HARPER DRUG STORE HOKE'S GULF STATION WILLOUGHBY PROPANE GAS CO. NOLEN'S SERVICE STATION S. & S. STANDARD STATION SMITH'S BARBER SHOP SMITH'S GROCERY SUWANNEE FOOD STORE WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE LLOYD'S TEXACO STATION II All Other Merchants Are Urged To Join Before The Deadline Of The First Drawing Aug. 26, 1967 The following businesses and organizations have joined the Clinch County Merchants Association and are supporting it with monthly dues even though they are unable to use the Clinch CO  Appreciation Tickets: AVRIETT & TYE INSURANCE CO. PEAGLER & MANLEY INSURANCE AGENCY CREDIT BUREAU OF HOMERVILLE CLINCH COUNTY VETERANS CLUB EMPIRE BANKING COMPANY LOGAN'S MUSIC COMPANY CLINCH COUNTY NEWS I I I 11111 i I II I I I 11111