"
Newspaper Archive of
The Clinch County News
Homerville, Georgia
Lyft
November 3, 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
November 3, 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.




NOVEMBER 3, 1950. THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS .!OH!'.~ ~LOYD b. A. R, MET AT and Mrs. Kenneth Reibow and Edwin, of Jacksonville, SPent the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Booth. , and Mrs. Jack C. Kirkiand Charles, of Atlanta, spent with his mother, Mrs. l~irkland, and other relatives. J. T. Riggins is convalescing recent illness and has re- home after being a patient Huey Hospital for several "e*v .... and Mrs. James D. Vicker:~ and young son, Wendell, and Miss La- treile Vickers of Jacksonville, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gainer of Pan- area City, Fla., Mrs. Cluster Russ and son, Dale, and Mrs. S. M. Davis of C hipley, Fla.; Mrs. Davis remained for a longer visit with her son and family and to receive medical care at the Robbins' Clinic. can Legion and Auxiliary. Mrs. A. ! tnd Mrs. W. M. Smith of Je-tP. Smith, Mrs. M. C. Nail, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. DentonI daughter, Mary Lynn, and Miss Brunswick spent the IShirley Blitch accompanied her to ben of with their parents, Mr. I Macon. They attended the Evangelis- W. F. Smith. tic Club rally which was held there on Sunday. Poppy Day, Nov. llth. the dead and cheer the living of two World Wars by wear- LADLES American Legion Auxiliary Do you enjoy using Avon Cosmetics but have no representative calling ;qOME OF MRS. DELLA JOSSEY ;N ADEL LAST WEEK The John Floyd Chapter Daugh- [ers of Lhe American Revolution, held th~ Octaber meeting in Adel at the home of Mrs. Della Jossey wilh Mrs. Maude Garrison, Mrs. G. C. ttendry, Miss Minnie Shaw, and Mrs. Grace DeVane as co-hostesses. Colorful fall flowers added to the attractiveness of the living and di- :ring ooms. X~s. E..l. Smith, regent, opened the meeting and welcomed the guests. Mrs. Fred BIackledge led the Pledge to the Flag. "America the Beautiful" was sung with Mrs. R. A. Mrs. CIarence Smith spent the Schanze leading and Mrs. John Nor- weekend in Macon attending the am man aecompanying at the organ. nual fall conference of the Ameri-t Mrs. O. E. Tally, program chair- -- on you? Why not supply yourself W. D. Young is getting along and your friends and earn extra undergoing an operation in the Smith Memorial l in Lakeland. She was able brought home Tuesday. B. W. Harper spent Thurs- Macon with her daughter, Gene Harper, a student University. and Mrs. Ben Hutchinson of the weekend with her l Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hughes, : and Mrs. A. I. Robbins spent in Macon where Dr. Rob. the annual meeting of Chapter, American Aca- of General Practitioners. Mrs visited her aunt, Mrs. J. O. bleak, war-scarred battlefields bloomed, bringing new! to an embattled world. Now, 1 of that time, their gay replicas blossom forth under hand of your veter- folk. Wear a poppy as Pledge of faith in a bright World for the future. end Mrs. W. F. Smith, Mr. Robert L. Studebaker and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clarence Studebaker, and 1 Argroves attended the fiG[ Wedding anniversary celebra- ] ~f Mr. and Mrs. Jim A. Smith[ ~elm ~, 1 Sunday. i and Mrs.--P. L. Douglas andI and Mrs. Math Futch and[ us, returned Tuesday from1 to Lakeland, where they were[ guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. D and other places of interest[ da. They attended the fiftieth I anniversary celebration ofI Mrs. Jim A. Smith in Lake- Sunday. ! t L , . I American Legmn Auxiliary i r that you wear on "Poppy{ is a heart-warming message oft 8 in the spirit of Him who{ 'Inasmuch as ye have done it l One of the least of these, my! en, ye have done it unto me.''l ~s generously as you have re-! Wear a poppY. It is a signI You, too, remember. of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Me- for last weekend were Mr. , Georgia at.. Nov. 3-4: OF EL DORADO" starring Johnny Mack Brown Last Chap. Rocket Men Nov. 5: IT TO THE JUDGE" starring Russell, Robt. Cummings Cartoon, Variety Review money by becoming your neighbor- hood representative. Write Avon, Mt. Vernon, Go. Opening in Homer- ville, Argyle, and rural. (11.17x) Tues., Nov. 6.7: "THE OUTRIDERS" (in Technicolor) starring J0el McCrea, Arlene Dahl Cartoon and News Thurs., Nov. 8-9: CROOKED WAY" starring John Payne, Sonny Tufts "COUNTERPUNCH" starring kQon Erroll, Joe Kirkwood Nov. 10.11: OF OKLAHOMA'~ starring Rex Allen Comedy and New Serial 1 "Wild Bill Hickok" short subjects. Fox News Tues. Double feature Wed., Matinees Man.. Sat., 3:45. shows begin at 7:00. Sunday at 3:00 and 9tO0 p. m. \,, com~-I [l?em into the or~{anization. . Mrs. A. L. Barnhill gave an inter- estin~I lalk on "Dates to be Remem-~ bered." The hostesses served a delectable[ salad course during the :~ocial hour. I Those present were Mesdames Smith Tally, ]31ackledge, Norman, Glau- sier, Sessoms, Barnhill, W. M. ~, Tharpe, Folks IIuxford, C. C. ]3o- wen, R. R. McCall, Kessiah Boat- wright, Chester Gaskins, S. I. Car- ter, W. E. Thombs, W. L. Roberts, M. E. Garrison, I. Wainwright, W. R. IIarrell, J. B. Crane, S. A. Sweat, G. C. Hendry, L. I. James, Luelle Dame, L. McKelvin, R. A. Schanze, and Jossey. e P.-T. A. NOTICE The Homerville P.-T. A. will hold the November meeting next Tues- PlAN O Large shipment of good used pianos just received, a few smaller sized uprights ii cluded, some are re- finished. These are unusually nice instruments. O PRICES RANGE FROM $100.00 to $250.00 with new bench included. All fully reconditioned. 0 man, introduced Mrs. C. E. Glau- day afternoon, November 7, at 3:15 sier, of Quitman, who gave an in- in the school cafeteria. Grades 9 and teresting talk on approved schools, i I0 will be hosts. Favorable comments were made on~ the Tomassee School in South Car-I olina, which is one of the DAR[ WOMEN sponsored schools.J Part time work during the Christ- Mrs. A. K. Sessoms introduced[mas rush. Write "Part-time" in care new members and Mrs. Smith wel-I of this paper. (11-17x) Liberal Terms- Free Delivery # O. WHAT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IS AND WHAT SHE TEACHES A Statement of Catholic Doctrine. Phamphlet mailed on request. Address: 2699 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Our 43rd year serving you musically. II I IIIII I I Outsells every other truck in the 1'/2 fieldl The first choice of smart truckers who use ton trucks is the Ford F-5.' National registration figures prove this heavy duty truck has outsold every other make in its class--bar none--in the postwar period. Since the war it has outsold the next leading make by a ratio of 5 to 3. Cash in on the experience of men who know trucks. Switch to Ford and feel the difference--in your pocketbook. Ford Model F-5 shown, available with 95-h.p. Six or 100-h.p. V-8 is one of over 175 Ford Truck models varying from 95-5.p. Pickups to 145-h,p. Big Jobs. FOR EVEN BIGGER LOADS. GREATER POWER-THE FORD F.6 Choose Ford F-6, rated up to 16,000 Ibs. G.V.W. on 8.25-20 duals, You get a choice of V-8 or Six in ~me great engines, in. eluding the new ! }O-h.p. Six--the most pOwerful &cylinder Ford engine ever built! TEN WAYS BETTER than the 4 other leading makes in the ton fieldl Becaug :. ..... Ford is first in sales because it is first in value. In addition to low first cost, the F-5 offers these 10 advantages over the next four t leading makes in the 1 !/2 ton field. O) Up to 1,720 Ibs. more payload capacity. (2) Up to 1,500 Ibs.i higher G.V.W. rating. (3) Up to 310 Ibs. less chassis dead weight.I i (4) Widest (3Y -inch) rear brake shoe lining. ($) Highest compressionI t ratio. (6) Only Ford offers a choice of V-8 or 6-cylinder engines, i i (7) Oil Filter "at no extra cost. (8) One quart 0il bath air cleaneri at no extra cost (9) Biggest clutch lining area. (10) Only Ford hasi worm and dual row needle bearing roller steering. " .... i '!~ I In the 1 I/2 ton field and in over 175 other models from 95-h.p. Pick- up; to 145-h.p. Big Jobs, Ford is America's No. 1 Truck Value. Swi td ! to Ford Trucks. See your Ford Dealer today. " .......... Using latest registration data on 6,S92,000 trucks, life insurance expe.rts proye FYrd Trucks last Iongor_r ll, Homerville, ............ Georgia I III I I II II III II I III I J I I __ I I ] II