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December 2, 1938

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P, e 4. Friday, December ~r "THE CLINt; ' COUNTY NE' ions @ space Cough For Ckest and Head Colds FEEL IT SOOTHE If your local druggist cannot supply you--ask him to Dc, Your Xmas Cleaning Early Star Laundry --FLOWERS-- --The Ideal Chris anas Gift-- Most gifts are soon put aside, but the memory of flowers gives the recipient something they ---order from-- KNIGHT DRUG CO., (Distributors) Savannah, Georgia Do Not Accept Substitutes Universal Laundry DYEING --- ALTERATIONS -- FUR STORAGE (SOLO - BRIGHT, DRY-CLEANING) We Call For and Deliver--- Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Phone 212 VALDOSTA, GEORGIA The Sign of Quality. VALDOSTA,---PHONE 54. The Emblem of Approval (Exclusive Licensed Sanitone Cleaners) Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning Valdosta's School of Beauty Culture A. D. CORN, Owner Phone 526 State Accredited School MRS. MAY W. DALE, --Licensed Instructor In Charge At All Times-- Graduates recognized in any State.--New class now forming.---Our Graduates pass Fla. State Board easily. Six Months Course---(1000 Hours as Required By State) --$75.00.--Payable in Weekly or Mc,nthly Installments. --COUPON-- This Coupon Worth $5.00 On Entrance Fee---If You Enroll By Feb. 1st, 1939. Fill In Name and Address Below and Mail to 319 Hill Ave. Milk Company WAYCROSS, GA. Brunell St. SERVING HOMERVILLE ---with-- Valdosta School of Beauty Culture---117~ (Upstairs) N. Patterson St. Phone 873 DALLY GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK Sweet Cream and Buttermilk Ask Any Of Our CUstomers Name .................................................... Address .............................................. with them always. Valdosta, Cat. Scotts' Flower Shop Phoenix Bldg.--Phone 137. -- Wa PLANT TREES NOW Georgia Hillcrest Flowers 613 N. Ashley St. Rice's Bicycle Shop Wheel Goods and Accessories, Locksmith NEW AND USED BICYCLES Phone 1071 -- 205 E. Central Ave. VALDOSTA, - HOMERVILLE, GA. FLOWERS For All Times MRS. W. C. WOOTEN, ~ --.-. FLOWERS FLOWERS For Glad Times For Sad Times Satsuma Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon .......... 75 Peach, Plum, Pear, Persimmon .................... 35c Pecans, Best Varieties .................................... Special 2 yr. Rose hushes $2.00 per dc,z., until Unusual Values in Ornamentals Coastal Plains Nurseries Parkside i11. L. Steedley, Prop. -- Winc,na Park -- Phone 279 WAYCROSS, GEORGIA Serving Homerville Daily For Four Years Cut Flowers Cc, rsages-- Funeral Designs --Gift Shop Novelties-- "Since Radio Began" STEWART - WARNER RADIOS Blackshear, For a Coiffeur Becoming To You.--You Coming To Us. Mary's Shoppe MRS. MARY BATES, Mgr.-Owner MRS. NELL ALLEN, Operator December ,Special Regular $3.50 506 Plant Ave. WAYCROSS, GA. / ---withr-- PASTEURIZED MILK Sweet Cream and Buttermilk DR. FRANK C. WILSON OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST 2nd Floor Strickland Building VALDOSTA, GA Moody Shoe Shop Established 1906 ---We Appreciate Your Patronage--- Carswell Has The Type and Style --BICYCLE-- you are looking for. Buy with assurance and have that satisfied feeling. ---All Sizes and Prices-- South Georgia's Leading Bicycle Dealer @12 Albany Ave. Carswell Cycle Co. WAYCROSS, GA. Phone 1186 or08 Plant Ave., and Emerson --- Telephone 501 WAYCROSS, GEORGIA Full Line of Tubes and Batteries The Most Complete Repair Shc,p In South Georgia J. P. Vaughn Radiator Shop Repairs of Radiators --- Auto Bodies -- Fenders Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 1036-J -- Cur. Albany Ave. and "G" St. WAYCROSS, GEORGIA FINE SHOE REPAIRING You Will Wear Out Your Shoes Hunting For A Better Place To Repaired. 405 Haynes Avenue --- Phone 694 WAYCROSS, Hendrick's Mattress Co. Phone 874 604 WAYCROSS, GA. We Build and Renovate Mattresses of Every and Kind. Pillows and Cushions. INNER" Watch Th is Space In Next Issue For Special Mr. Linton Teston spent MortdayMr. arid Mrs. George Peagler hadMr. and Mrs. Kenneth Douglas Tkanksgiving in Macon. I MISSMarkedTOOLE,by beauty was the: marri-!I santhemumSMr. Toole.tiedgav.oWith , Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Eatman spent Jacksonville. as guests last week, end Col H. J. and daughter Joy Lynn of Tuscu- MR. KENNEDY MARRIED ben. I Dame of Ocala and Miss Muriel Mc- lum spent last week-end here with -- his Mr. C. S. Newton of Butler was Cracken of Perry. their parents, Mr. anc~ Mrs. J. F. I Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jernigan hadI a n al marriage ann ~rlce as guests for the Thanksgiving holi- ge i V dosta Thursday evening of .... , , ~ogdellZ businessthisViSitOrweek.to Homerville andI Mrs. B. E. Blitc~h Jr. and child- PoppelIDouglas. and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce j days Mrs. ,l~ernrigan's parents, Mr." M~ss K~tl~ryn Toolep daughter o~ as nis vro~ners vest Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Toole, and Cecil 1he Drlue wore a w~ -- I ren Betty and Brooks and Miss Har- -- I and Mrs. L. L. Bishop of Swains-Allen Kennedy, so~ of Mr. an~ Mrs. modeL, .... trimmed, with Mr. Bill Sessions of Kingslandtriett Exley spent last week-end in George Pafford and Clyde King bore. A.V. Kennedy, the ceremony having rter veu was ca.ugnz , ~ruchmg and orange b apent the holidays here with his me- West Palm Beach with Mr. ~nd Mrs. Jr., who attend North Georgia Col- I Mr and Mrs. G-~C. Hughes had as ~taken, place at the home of the ~.ner "[lowers were a v~ ~er. I John Wooten. lege at Dahlonega spent the holidays with their parents here. guests last week-end Mr. and Mrs. bride s parents, with the Rev. A. C. , ......... I cmus ann vauey line, I Pyle, pastor of the Valddsta Lee "o r The couple left f~)l ' Mr. and Mrs. HerO, an JohnsonI Misses Sue Avriett and Billie D.M. Hughes and little daughter St eet Baptist Church officiating. ' ...... ,~ amd daughter Angeline of Macon I Bruce of .(~. ~S. W. C. ~Valdosta Mr. and Mrs. Paul Easterlin, Miss ] Carolyn of Bunnell Fla., Mr. John - a Ma tha Pyle, pianist; , M~ss Sar r ~lon Ior a weaalng al~nt last week-end with Mrs. Jo. n-I spent last week-end here'wh~ their Pauline Easterlin and Master Billy Douglas Hughes of Reidsville, and Mrs. W. A. Pardee, v;-olinist, and make their home i~ where Mr Ke~edy Miss Isabelle Hughes of G. S. W. C. Miss Margaret Carter, vocalist, pre- .. _ lee.~n~s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. R.I!parents" andEasterlinMrs, ofj. Andersonville,c. Wise of Sumpterand Mr. ' at Valdosta. tented the o m pen~me tt~res s et pr gra of nuptial music.~ " '--" Mr. Woodrow Bruce of Alma spe~t spent the past week-end here with Miss Nancy Fessenden of St lthe holidays here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Hughes. I Col and Mrs. Bruce Greene spent] The home was beautifully decor-I .... ated with chrysanthemums, gladioli~ ~ .... -.7~ ~Ugustine spent the holidays with ~ Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Bruce. ! last Sunday in Valdosta the guests of an,d' narcissi, the improvised altar in I ~ e~ "~ "~" [Col Greene's mother, Mrs. C. W. the living room being formed ofI |~ !~" ]t~n" parents, Lt. and Mrs. Jack Feb-t! Miss Margaret Smith who attends[Greene. ~nden. ~ Mrs H. M. Peagler and Miss Rose Armstrong Junior College in Saran- !greenery, flowers and lighted tapers ~ | - '~, , I Peagler spent last week-er~d in Ma- nah spent the Than'ksgiving holidays I held in branched candelabra. [ L~ ~ .g Mrs. J. F. Hughes spent last week- ! con with Miss Elna Peagler, who at- with her g.arents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. [ Mrs. J. T. Williams ~nd little son I The urshers were Burton Walker, I v- ~ L l[[[ [ md in Valdosta the guest of Mr. and I tends Wesleyan College. Smith. -- [ of Vidalia spent last Friday here i of Waycross and James Poppell, of [ " ~ [ Ira. Bob Howell. [with Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs. John Homerville. [ ~ ~ m [ Mr. and Mrs. Alan IIorne and Mrs. S. L. Lieupo and son Jack of~R. Harris and family. They were The usher were Burton Walker, ] ~ ~, ~1 [ Mrs. A. Avriett of Valdesta islchildren .of Jacksonville spent Adel was the guest of Mr. andMrs, laecompaniedbacktoVidaliabyM~s-lbeth Dasher, maid of honor, andI ~ ~ ~[ ~pending a while here with Dr. and. Thanksgiving Day here v, ith Hrs. Folks Huxford, and Mr. and Mrs., ter Cecil Harris, who will spend see- Miss Anita Toole, ~ younger sister, ~ ~t~ ~ ~ Mrs. E. K. Avriett. o I Horne's parents, Dr. and Mrs.P. C. C. Bow'en last week-end, l eral days with them. the junior bridesmaid, were dressed[ ~ 1[ -- I M. Bruce. [ in boy blue velvet models. Little. l ~ k~ ~ Mrs Haldane Strain has returnecl] ~ Miss Wree Strange spent Tuesday'__M~ss,Loujse_Bruce o_f SouthGeor~'Joy Shelton, the flower girl, wore[ --~ ~i her home in Jonesboro, Ark., af-] Mr. Alva Gibbs spentthe past~and Wednesday in Waycross attend-M!sk~!~ie~wit~rhu~c!U~arentsPe~. ~s~ ':yellow taffeta and carried a gold1 ~ ~ [ ~sr spending several weeks here with ' week-end in Quitmam the guest of ing the eighth district Home Econ- basket tied with a blue bow The I ~ ~- "- : I I