Newspaper Archive of
The Clinch County News
Homerville, Georgia
September 29, 1950     The Clinch County News
PAGE 3     (3 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 29, 1950

Newspaper Archive of The Clinch County News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

SEPTEMBER 29, 1950. THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS and Mrs. M. E. Montgomery nnig Du/fey, respectively. Miss An- Malcolm and David, visliedgeline Johnson was a bridesmaid is to support the American Lefzicn in Gainesville, Fla., Sunday. and Miss Virginia Johnson went in as it serves for a strong and unified on the arm of her uncle, Mr. I-L M. America in this time of grave peril, |. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor visi- Johnson. ' t!s sister, Mrs. McCall, at White I i and at all times. The making of a United Nations ~s, Fla., last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Griffis and flag was decided upon and when Mr. and Mrs. George Caeca and leompleted it will be presented to ~.C. 1%I. Guice and little daugh-ldaugnter, Edith Nell, attended the our Homerville school. ~ava, of Childersburg, Ala., are iann~ual meeting at Empire Primitive ~g her patents, Mr. and Mrs. I Baptist church near Lakeland Sun- ~ M:'s. Robert Thi~-pen, unit music Johnson. ~ day. I chairman, announced plans for a Christ~nas music program which she expects to present during the Heli- X, and Mrs. Bertie Massey andMr. and Mrs. H. W. Christopher day season. We are w!th Mrs. Thig- pter of Thomasville spent theof Savannah and Reva Claud Ck, ris- -~.4 with Mr. and Mrs. Tom topher of the Naval Air Station at penin her plans in 'buildling with Key West, Fla., spent the weekendmusic" and the cooperation of our w~th their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. entire citizenry is solicited. Details t. and Mrs. E. L. Mikell of Flor- J. Christopher. of this program will be announced ~. C., spent the weekend wi'~h at a later date. Nrents, Mr. an,d Mrs. Hubert ~s. ~.A.H. Smith of Cogdell spent ~es4ay with Mrs. Dave Minson ~l~Iessrs. Minson and Smith at- to business ~n Jacksonville. ~' and Mrs. J. S. Collins and irmA. Hargreaves spent Sund'ay 51t[.~Ir: and Mrs. Win. R. Hu,g.hes f rinesville, Fla. and Mrs. W. F. Spells and G. A. GlObs spent the weekend ainesville, Ft'a., with Mr. and Alva Gibbs. E. E. Anderson of Sanford, Spent the first of the wuek her uncle and aunt, Judge and E. J. Smith, and other rela: and Mrs. John R. Hare'is, Jr., ~l~ughter, Roslyn, moved to last weekegd and' will make home there where Mr. Harris by the Canal Paper Cor- Claud Martin and W. A. Jr., o.f Charleston, S. C., :the first of the week with Parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. ~. and Mrs. H. M. Johnson and ~hter, Miss Angelin,e Johnson, e the weekend in, gebulon and ~'ed ~he double wedding of Mis- ~l~eleste and Virginia Johnston to ~Rev. John Ar~nintrout and~ Man- l'lomerville, Georgia P'$at., Sept. 29-30: "TRAILS END" starr|nl Johnny Mack Brown tuQn~King of Rocket Men No. 7 ~ay, October |l "THE LOST VOLCANO" starring Johnny Sheffield Cartoon i--- Comedy L, Tues., Oct. 2-3: I "THE BIG WHEEL" I. starring ~iickey Rooney, Thos. Mitchell ~s andl Cartoon i CRIME DOCTOR S DAIRY starring ~Irner Baxter, Lois Maxwell E KID FROM CLEVELAND" starring ~eo. Brent, Lynn Bari Sat., OCt. 6-7: SHADOWS OF THE WEST" starring Whlp Wilson ~_~n-~-King of Rocket Men No. 8 ted short subjects. Fox New* % Tues. Double feature Wed., lrt. Matinees Men.. Sat., 3:45. shows begin at 7:00. Sunday begin at 3:00 and 9:00 p. m. d Po.stmaster W. Harry James has~ been a patient in the Veterans hos- pital at Dublin and, after spending this weekend here, will return to the hospital Sunday for furt~her treatment. Mrs. Sherman Cox and daughter, Miss Irma Cox, of Jacksonville, Fla., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas. Mrs. John Sher- man Cox and children of Ja, ckson- pills spent Sunday here. Visiting here last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Delk and Mrs. J. L. Darley was J. M. Griffis and four sons of DeLand, Fla. Other guests for several days were Mrs. Corine Lamb and, her daughter and family of Orlando, Fla. Mrs. H.K. H:eath, Mrs. J.B. Bruce and Mrs. George Peagler attended the District P.-T. A. Conference held in Pave on Wed,nesd~,y. They won a subscription to the National P.-T.A. M~gazine for the local P.- T.A. by travelin,~ the longest dis- tance to a, ttend the con.~erence. Edison James is resting as com- fortably as coul4 be expected e, fter suffering a broken leg" when a"log rolled off and Jtruck him as he was unloadin'g a tog truck on T~ursday last week. He is a patien~ at the Huey Hospital. -O .... AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY NEWS By Mrs. Clarence Smith, Pre~. Hostesses for the September meet- ing of the American L~gion Auxi, linty were Mrs. Jack Griftis, Mrs. Maude Lieupo, Mrs. Dave l~(inson, and Miss Mertice Dickerson The meeting was held Tuesday evening. A delicious ohicken supper w~s served and a good attendance of both Legionnaires and Auxiliary members was present. Important matters were taken up and voted on 4uring the business meeting. Plans were made to spon- sor a "Gift Sho~er" for the veter- ans stationed in our VA-hospitals. With the rapid approach of Christ- mas we realize that it is necessary to ,plan early if we expect to reach our aims. These gifts make it pos- sible for hospitalized veterans who are without money (and there are many) to send' Christmas gifts home. The gifts are not "gift wrapped" here, but carefully packed and s:hipFed to a dlesirgmated .hospital where they are displayed and the men can choose free o~ any charge, including wrapping and mailing ~hich is done by the Auxiliary's Sunchine workers, any gift that he wants to send home. We may be 'busy with activities in eonneetion~ with a new war, or our own person- al affairs, but we will never forget those who defend,ed America in past wars. Whatever sacrifices we may make cannot re,pay "the debt we owe." Participation in and the si,g~ing BABY SITTING Busy mothers may bring their babies and young children to me at my home and I will take ears of them. Charges hy the hour. ---- Mrs. D. F. Barnes, Homerville. ' Our Poppy program and the sale of these li[tle memorial flowers was also decided upon. These flowers are made by disabled veterans in ot, r hospitals throu.ghout the United States and wherever we have a VA hospital. The meAerial for the pop- pies is supplied by the Auxiliary to the disabled workers. Veterans with any form of comm.unicable disease are not permitted to make oopoies. Their wives may do so, if they wish. Each year ,pvrox;matelv over 25 million Americans ~'ear Le~.~':on and Auxiliary poppies in tribvte to our war dead', contributine, around two million dollars for the welfare of the war's living victims. The making of the poppy l)y a disabled man means monetary help for the necessities and comforts that he otherwise may not have. He receives goodly pay for his useful- ness. It also has a most beneficial effect in addition to the money it enables him to earn. Remember, their hours of stay in these hospitals are long and' monotonous. In the making of these bright red flowers l they can be shortened. The larger our orders for poppies, the shorter their hours of sad:hess and depres- sion become. The occupational ther- apy departments in the hospitals re- cognize the poprpy work as having high therapeutic value. Wear a poppy on Saturday, Nov. 11, and you'll be expressing your faith in a worthy cause. The national convention of the American Legion and Auxiliary l which meets in Los Angeles, Calif., l or DEMAND. SEE ME AT ONCE PRICES and SPECIFICATIONS Tie Dealer 9 , Contains New Anti-Rust Ingredient Developed by Sinclair Research gUSTED IN ORDINARY GASOLINI- This steel rod is heavily coated with rust after immersion in ordinary ~esoline in prescribed laboratory test. In test, a mnall proportion of water was added to the gasoline, because aU gasoline con- tains minute quantities of water cammd PROTECTED IN NEW SINCLAtR GASO* LINE--This steel rod shows no z~t after immersion in Sinclair Gasoline co~taln- i~g RD-119 in test identical to one at left. In the same way, RD-I 19 in the RUST-PROOFS AS YOU USE IT RD-119 in new Sinclair Gasolines water-proofs your gasoline tank and fuel system with an in- visible protective film that stops damaging rust and corrosion. By using new Sinclair H-C or Sinclair Ethyl you get full power, high anti- knock performance, long mileage PLUS new Anti- Rust Protection -- at no extra price. * Trade Mark 1 Stops rust in gasoline tanks. 2 Stops rust which clogs fuel lines, strainers, car- buretor jets. Reduces wear on pre- cision parts caused by rust particles. # '* 9 October 9-12 will be well represen-! ted by onr .e,art ent and .istriot Supplier of Sinclair Products Homerville, The election of a native son, Mr. Erle Cocke, Jr., of ,Dawson, Ca., to T cker's Service Station Call's Service Station National Commander of the Ameri- can Legion is almost e, ertain, aeeor-i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -~ -~ ~ ~ ~ -~ ~ ~ ~ -~ ~ ~J'~ ding to all reports and our this wishes are with you, Erle, in best campaign. \ Only Chevrolet you make such a ... and at the lowest prices, too! C/mose between , r ' Standard Drive and . Automatic ,Transmission ~ombtnatfon o/Powerglide automatic transmission trod 105-h.p. engine op- tional on De Luxe models at extra cost. Choose between Styleline and Fleetline Styling Choose between the Bel Air and the Canvert le Amedca's Best Sellers America's Best Buy! Homerville, ......... --- GeorSia , i