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Athens Alabama Courier (Newspaper) - March 14, 1946, Athens, Alabama PAGE SIX THE ALABAMA COURIER, ATHENS, ALABAMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1Ш Pettusville Community News Includes patches and cement . , . everything needed for the repair of small punctures. Protect Home or Car FIRE EXTINGUISHER 8.45 Hade of heavy brass. Oom> pletely filled and with bracket for mounting. Quart sise. Instantly ready for omergencyl iong-Waaring—Efficient Reversible DUST No Tinsomo Stooping 8й|аееж-Ежу MOP 1419 Vtafly, twlstod, dyed cotton »MB. xn forked for easy DiSBtBg srooBd furniture. for Cor or Home Use Chamois 1.89 Fine quality, double-dressed skin. Pliable, absorbent, very dnraUe. 82r28-inch. • C«p Capmcity Mairas deUdons coffeo every HroI Basy to keep spar-kkng clean. One-year guarantee. Finely Taihredl Smartly Styledl Men’s UEISURE COAT 11.95 Back, sleeves and collar are a beautiful 100% wool niaid. Front pMiels are flns FIRST-AID KIT.... 98e Has adhesive, mercuro-chrome, bandages, sterile cotton, gauze pads, etc. fMlatwistof the wrist and you can wring this handy mop. Baves time and fliesome work. Makes the Job Caslerl Adjastable CULTIVATOR 1.29 Hldth is ешвОу bdjnstable. Oenter prodof is removable so both ddos of в row can be cultivated at once. Keep It Shiningl Easy To Install! 6.95 Paste Auto Wa or Cleaner 39* Makes old cars look . . . preserves and protects finish of newer cars. K—pt Baby Sola Powerfono AUTO HORN Twin trumpets with a loud clear blast. Roman gold metalustre finish. 2S'Pound Test Made of strong heavyfabslo with an aU-теШ Semovbble seat Xeepo b^ pafe^ oomfortable, кчппг! BIG BARGAIN i FLY REEL 448 Lightweight, rust* less aluminuBL Ventilated. Wax-Treated Nylon fueling UNE ЗЛ9 Has great strength and is waterproof. Tightly braided . . . stays smooth a^' even on tho rep’ ' ' spool. Infects Table Finish I Dish Mat Set 59c Two 6z8-in. and one 7x10-in. mats. Sturdy fiberboard with fruit or fioral design. POLISHING CLOTH 15« Efpaetally treatod to glv^ fine, high polish. RütíU-iBoR Adds Life fa Cords ilocfric Cord Shield 29e Prevents fraying and twisting. Shiny plastic in good looking colors. flrtelone 99Lomum SPARK PLUGS are DItferentX The only plugs with ths Polonium alloy ground electrodo which causes the spark to Jump more easily, giving quicker, surer starting. ■ADIATOR _ NOSI. .ft. up PAN iiLTs......85e up Mrs. Mattie Daly is ill at her home. Sarah Fay Stanford is improving from Whooping Cough. Charles David Stanford isn’t as well at this writing. He has whooping caugh. J. C. Atkinson was able to attend church Sun. after some weeks illness. Sorry to hear Mrs. Bonnie Hogan not improving from her illness. Leo Hargrove of Athens route was buried at Pettusville cemetery Sunday afternoon. His funeral was held at Ephesus church of Christ by Bro. M. A. Creel of Cullman. Surviving Mr. Hargrove are six daughters, two sons, two sisters, one ' brother and a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Spence visited their son, Thomas M. Spence, and family in Decatur day. Mrs. F. M. Smith is ill with flu at her home. ' Hughey Stanford and James Hobbs are expected home soon from the Navy. Mrs. Lola Pettus, Mrs. Almon Powers, Mrs. Joe Holt and Miss Anna Dew Pettus were in Pulaski Saturday. Mrs. Pettus went back to see Dr. Owen and the others were shopping. Mrs. Mary E. Hodges, Decatur, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Selvin Allen, Elkmont route one. Misses Evelyn Loveless anl Lola Frances Robinson, Decatur, came home for the week end. The Pettusville folks are glad to have a bus to Athens on Saturday. - Mr. and Mrs. W. T. (Jack) Roc-hell and family, Harvest route, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scoggins. Mrs. Ben Harlow and Miss Lois Ardmore Route One Harlow, Elkmont, visited Mr. and Mrs. Buford Stanford Saturday evening. Miss Lillian Stanford went home with Mrs. Harlow to spend the week end. Miss Anglen Appleton, Veto, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hughey Stanford. Miss Musie Whitfield went back to work last week after being off about two months. Mrs. J. H. Stanford visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Appleton, at Veto Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Dunnavant and David F. Dunnavant visited Mrs. Beulah Spence Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Robinson and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bates Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Windell Wallace and Mablene and Robbie Ann Wallace visited near Athens over the week end. Ben, Benton, and Edwin Whitfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holt were Sunday dinner guests of the Pettus family. Mrs. Jess Hobbs, Mrs. Max Robinson, Mrs. J. H. Stanford, Miss Lillian Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dawson, Mr. Eind Mrs. Carl Hastings and sons, Wayne afid Paul Hasting, Pink Rochell, Archie and Albert Turner, Almon Powers^ and Tom Robinson were visitors to Athens Saturday. Mrs. Will A. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Gilbert and little daughter, Eddie Lois Gilbert, Prospect Station, Tenn., route two, and Mamie Petus visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob M. Holt and family, Elkmont route one, Sunday afternoon. Alvin Robinson is visiting his twin sister, Miss .Alma Robinson, at Auburn this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spence and family, Courtland, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Spence Saturday and Saturday night. Miss Marcella Rolin and little niece, Gloria Lee Woodfin, spent Thursday afternoon with Miss Katie Gates. Mrs. John Ross Hogan spent che week end with her parents. Mi and Mrs. Lark Gates and family of here. Miss Marcella Rolin and boy friend, Lee Roy Hasting, were the Sunday afternoon guests of Kate Gates. Mrs. William Wales and daughter, Betty Fay, were the Saturday afternoon guests of her mother, Mrs. Perlie Hobbes, of Ardmore. Mrs. Larkin Gates and daughter, Magdalene, Mrs. Andy Curry and son were the Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs. Perlie Hobbs. Mrs. Luther Franklin is spending a few days with her mother of Ardmore. Jessie and CJlara Gates were in Pulaski Friday. Miss Esmer Cury was the Sunday guest of Misses Dorothy and Vergie Malone. ^ Mrs. B. Wales spent Sunday with Mrs. Amos Lewter. Mrs. Nute Gates was the Sunday afternoon guest of Mrs. Lark Gates. Mrs. Grady Sylvester and Clara Gates were in Ardmore Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lark Gates and Mrs. Andy Curry were the Monday guests of Mrs. Joe Gates and family. , If you fail to get your Courier drop us a line. News From Harvest Community Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brooks and daughter, Glenda, and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brewer and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brewer visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brewer and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neeley and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Minnor and family Sunday. Miss Bettie Croley spent a few days last week with Mrs. Joe Croley. Mr. and Mrs. Marier Croley and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Croley and Mr. and Mrs. John Woodfin and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Patterson and little son, Ray Lee, from Kansas are visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Hubert Woodfin and little daughter, Gloria Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. John Woodfin and family. Miss Doris Sublett has quit college and come home to stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sublett, and family. Miss Geneva Green visited Miss Doris Sublett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Rochell and sons, Doris and Daniel, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mason Woodfin and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Patterson and son and Sgt. and Mrs. Hubert Woodfin and daughter, went to see the Grand Ole -O- Opry Saturday night in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. John Woodfin, Miss Lou Emma Woodfin, Linda Ann Anderson and Mrs. Joe Croley visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hargrove and family Sunday afternoon. Brother C. C. Burns will preach at the church of Christ Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at Harvest. Everyone is invited to come and be with us. Wayne Sublett and Billy Woodfin write home that they are on the way to Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hood and family visited Mr. and Mrs. John Woodfin and family Wednesday. .QUICK RELIEF FROM* Symptams Df DistrMi ArMng frami STOMACH ULCERS .DucTo EXCESS ACID , Pr—»—liT6ll>6fHiD6T>66ti«Hfi«4| Mmt Help or tt WM CmI Ym NstlW Over two million bottles of tho WILLARD TBBATMBNThavsbeeoooldforreUefof •ymptome of distrsse erlalng from ■ad пмебеие! MIeers due to B—i Шт^т ^----••---л. шл , , Ш9ЩЯ9ПтЩе EMV Ot VPMV ШШШШтекд llewliuM, NoartbiwiG SIssplosMiMSt olSiaj • diM to Baesis AsM. Bold on ISdeye’ Май Ask fbr whSÀ fúHd щдр|^Ц|§ tblO < Pleasant VaUey News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sides are the proud parents of a baby boy, named Herbert Allen. L. G. Brackeen spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brackeen. Mrs. W. O. McNatt is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Brackeen, and family. Chester Blakely is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Blakely. Miss Evelyn Bates is sick at this writing. Mrs. Etta Campbell is spending a few days with her brother, Larkin Adams, and family. John Boyd is seriously ill. Mrs. Joe Romine is at Powers Hospital. We hope she will soon be well. Ben Evans spent Saturday night with Charlie Goar. Everyone is invited to Pleasant Valley to church on Sunday. Your news and events of your family are always welcomed at The Courier office. -SI CRUTCHER BROS. DRUGGISTS Elksnont: • ELKMONT DRUG CO. GIVE IK A CALL Anyone wWo has Studio Coaches and living Room Suites (vitliout Springs. Give us a call—We are prepared to take care >f them. We now Carry A Complete Line Of DONLErS PAINTS FOR HOUSE OR BARN (WHITE AND COLORS—QUARTS TO GALLONS) Enamels-Stains-AIuminum Floor Enamel-Roof Paint WE HAVE PLENTY OF IfiOO HOUR НАНЮ BATTERIES SS.25 PAnONFmNITURECO WEST SIDE OF SQUARE, ATHENS 116 JEFFERSON STREET, HUNTSVILLB 112 VINE STREET, DECATUR '<Ц||||||||||||1П11Ш1111111Н11111111111111П1111111111111Н11111111111111111111111Ш11^ so Years Experience in Public Service Athens Home & Auto Store, Ltd NOBTH JEFFERSON ST. OPPOSITE LITTRELL MOTOR CO. INSURANCE ELMER L. VmSON Phone 92 Qray-Holt BoildiBff ATHENS His DocMT will AlwajTS Be Open to You HANDY ELLIS Candidate for Governor has issued his platform for four years of service He urges every citizen interested in sound and progressive government in Alabama to read, study smd compare this workuble program for good government with the platforms of all other candidates for Governor. <fj. fol. Adv. by ftiimit of Homiy Bttn)
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