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Cullman Times Democrat (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Cullman, Alabama Page i daily times Democrat Cullman Alabama february 4, 19 first Baptist Victory Bible class meets the Victory Bible Cia. Of hic first Baptist Church held its dinner meeting Friday evening at the a Steak cafe. The tables were beautifully de Cora led using a Valentine Motif a Centrepiece of hearts and ret and White Flowers was used on the speakers table. Candle an Satin ribbons completed the table decor. Each members name was printed on a red heart and pin lied to her Lapel on arrival. Mrs. Graf Hart is teacher of the class and guests for the banquet were mrs. Elmer Nielsen and mrs. Walter l. How id itch Mother of mrs. Hart from Birmingham members attending included mesdames Deward Edmondson Ernest Hagedorn Paul lit in c. It. Maxey Herman Patterson role cart Sopp. O. M. Willoughby Roy Woodard la Roy Wolff. Hex Maxey and miss Marie Owen. Members not attending including those in service were mesdames Kelvis Box Ellis Calvert a 0. Edge Carl Goodwin a d. Murphree and Gerald Northcutt. Social news personals clubs weddings Marie Bergin editor phone re-4 2131 re 4-3596 West Cullman Baptist . Holds quarterly meeting Victory class to Victor class of the f in Baptist Church or at the All Steak f riday for its dinner meeting. Seated air mrs. Walter l. Ilmi ditch Birmingham and mrs. C. R. Maxey. Standing i,.it to right Are mesdames Elmer Boilsen Roy w find a re. Durward Edmondson. Robert Sapp Leroy Wolff Ernest Hagedorn Rex Mary Graf Hart o. M. Willoughby miss Marie Owen and mrs. Herman Patterson. Nesmith Home club studies landscaping the january meeting o Nesmith Home demons 11 at Ion club was held in the Home of or. Hazel Govlier. Ten members net to discus landscaping at this tilth with tile Home agent my Madge Pennington leading the discussion. Mrs. J. A. Pierce pits. Ted at the meeting and led a discussion in the 4-h foundation and asked club Mem cars to submit ideas on How they Wool i like to raise some Money to contribute to thi Caus. Project leaders were elected i tor tile new year to come to leadership schools and later give the demonstrations in the club a civil defense leaders were mrs. Mallei Tuggle and mrs. Mary Laseter. A teen age leaders were mrs. Cadie i us Gle mid mrs. Helen i Liliee. Leaders to teach the making of quot tin Sorves were mrs. J. A. Pierce and mrs. Lillian rider. Leader to demonstrate a fish cookery were mrs. Hazel Govlier and mrs. Mildred Crider. Hostesses for each month of the year were selected an i year in Xis filled out. Refre Mients were Servel to several Small visitors and the flt it towing club members mesdames Helen Govlier Cadie Tugle. Male a Laseter. Lillian Crider Mary i Nester Susie Pierce Hazel Goodlie. Myrtle Lisetor. Mildred Crider and miss Madg it Penn a to hold sewing machine training course for 4-h a getting the most out of your sewing a two Day training course will be held March 14. 15, for Volunteer 4-h clothing leaders announces Mary hive Brown. The course i will lie Given at Decatur by mrs. I Overlie Lipscomb and is limited to 4-h leaders. Those who plan to attend should Register in Advance with miss Brown assistant Home demonstration a gent. Popular All Over the country. The course is designed to help 4-h clothing leaders make the most of Lect Ive use of show them How to teach 4-h t heir sewing Mach us and to show them How to teach 4-h club Gills. The two Day training course is conducted by Alabama cooperative Extension service in co operation with the National 4-11 service committee and the Singer sewing machine company. This course will cover demonstrations and individual practice sessions on adjustment and care of the sewing machine machine adjustments tor various weigh textures and thicknesses of fabric practical use it it a sewing in Lune attachments special train my iii teaching techniques and methods for working with 4-h club members additional information May im1 obtained from miss. Broun asst. Home demonstration agent. Jayce ettes hold dinner meeting the Jayce ettes held their regular dinner meeting at the ail Steak. Friday evening. Mrs. Dorothy Hancock president presented a set of world books to holier i Stewart principal of the Junior High school. Mrs. Rebecca Chandler librarian will place the Jayce ettes donation in the school Library. Members attending included mesdames Dorothy Hancock. Barbara Maner Imogene Foust Retty May Hall Ann Braswell and sue Hill. Other members include mesdames Christine Hodge. Frances Anderson Evelyn Harbison Norma Hughey Doris Black and Hilda Aldridge. The West Cullman Baptist association . Quarterly meeting was held with seventh Street Church Friday Jan. 26. Mrs. Frank Perkins president presided at the meeting Rev. Dennis Woodard led the singing and gave the Devotion,1 using the thought a what Jesus said about mrs Grady Willingham gave interesting items emphasizing inward1 hip. Mrs. Wilson Shields led the Calendar of prayer. A skit a a let a bake a . Cake quot was presented of the associational officers and directors. Mrs. Curtis Mize faced the group with so Vecial music Rev. Genus Crenshaw delivered the message of the morning using Etha Home club meets at Browns the Etha Home demonstration club met at the Home of mrs. Ray Brown Jan. 29 at 1 30 . Mrs. R. T. Bailey vice president. Called the miming to order. Mrs. Sue Tillery gave a very interesting talk on immunization. The year books were Given out and completed. Officers for the coming year Are mrs. J. M. Barronton president mrs. R. T. Bailey vice president mrs. R. C. Johnston. 2nd vice mrs. Lucille hoi a Way a Ord vice mrs. Afton Fowler Secretary treasurer mrs. W. C. Graham reporter mrs. I Jena Patton recreation Leader mrs. Annie Johnson song Leader mrs. Vav. C. Graham clothing Leader mrs. Ray Brown food preservation Leader mrs. 0. W. South food preparation Leader mrs. Trona Bailey Home management Leader mrs. Irene Graham Home i furnishing Leader. Mrs. Glenn Johnston family life and Chud care Leader mrs. C. P. Keaton red Cross Leader and mrs. Henry self Library chairman. Refreshments were served following the meeting to eleven 1 members and mrs. Sue Tillery. Mrs. Lena Patton will lie hostess to tile february meeting at her Home. The theme. A that thy Way May be known. In Rev. Crenshaw is a missionary working with the Seminole indians in Florida. Conferences were led by the officers and directors. A delicious meal was served by the seventh Street Church in the dining room at noon to the seventy members attending. Hospital news january i admission mrs. Curtis Wayne themas cd Liman 9. Mrs. Evelyn m. Reid Cullman 9. Clarence v. Barbee Cullman 2. Roy William Duke. Cullman p mrs. Walter Eugene Strickland Hanceville 4. Mrs. Lewis James Burgess Garden City. Coy Frances Burkart. Cullman. Mrs. Donald Camp Moore Hanceville i. Martin Luther Garrett cum in senior girls urged to sign for College tes a All High school senior girls in Cullman Ani Cullman county arc urged to Register with their principal now or Early this week for am bean College tests. These Are Entrance examinations used by Many colleges a Alabama and the United states. These tests regardless of what College you will tie going to attend will tie Given at sacred heart College one of Mabama a tenting centers feb. 24 at 8 p. In. However registration for tests Are bang held now several weeks before tests will be Given at the local h go school which you Are attending in your principals offices. Mary Frances Stapp in popularity contest mrs. Fix Jones was hostess when she entertained at her Home wednesday with a Bridge party honouring mrs. Church Var i Ginia Moler. The movers have move i to Cullman from Decatur and the All Day affair was a gel acquainted gesture. Others enjoying the luncheon at noon and Bridge wore mesdames George Stiefelmeyer jr., j. C i Chamblee Herbert Basch. De Trotwood Roberta Mcgraw. Roy Williams and the hostess. Birthday la i i a or it it Sel in special three Days latins Mon. Tues. Wed. February 5-6-7 topcoats or Plain dresses 69c men s or ladies suits 59c a i i Ann Landers answers your problems Reg. 85c Reg. 85c pants skirts 3 for $1.00 one hour Mart sizing next to Jutz theatre a in i i glob of i i look dear Ann Landers you must have been kidding when you a Gre ltd quot ill a a culled quot that the Man who had Ixo in driving the v Ming lady to work for three Veals w As fishing for a a apropo i the woman admitted that his had saved her Over $200 in bus fare. I la bet she never gave Nim so much As a package of cigarettes in All that time let alone a tank of Gas. As a car owner its my guess that the unpaid chauffeur has Tejen trying to dump this Freeloader tor a Long Lime. Finally or hit on the speech entitled quot you re too tempting. Baby walk a i Vav Hooray for one sucker who figured out How to wriggle Oil the Hook brainstorm dear brainstorm dozens of readers tall men noodles it. Out the same Way a and you could be right Lull i m still unconvinced. A a a ski Flint bettor in my Book she ii using Jimr judgement and Moi my out shabby treatment to a husband who has Given her Many years til companionship. A kind of nut dear Ann we be Lieen married for 15 years the second marriage for both of us. We have grown children by first marriages All on their own. In a past 70 and have been retired for six years. My wife is ten years younger. I draw a modest pension. My wife gets a monthly Cheek interest on stocks and Bonds dividends and so on which comes to More than my pension. F have a difficult time paying Bills and she knows it. Yet she ret uses to use a Penny Ai her Money to help oui. She keeps investing her income in More stocks and Bonds to leave to Lier children. Is this fair we with read your column daily and will be looking tor your . Dear . Famous initials you be got. There dad no ifs not fair. But apparently your wife would rather scrimp and Druggie than kick in and ii a i Lear nun Landers the letter from her daughter in Law who complained that her husbands 82-year-old Mother lives 70 Miles away and they have to go visit her a very often really raised my temperature. She must lie some kind of a nut or something. This Dame ought to thank her Lucky stars for such a marvelous setup an 82-year-old woman who is soil sufficient and makes so Tew demands on her children deserves a Garland of orchids my Mother in Law is to. She lives three blocks from us and drives me crazy. I think she has a Ray eyes to Boot. Whenever in a in the basement the Bath tub or Elbow deep in pie Clough she phones and asks me to drive her someplace. She can to decide which dress to Wear without polling her two daughters and my. I used to think your column was a big Yak but i Sec now that it serves a useful purpose when people read about the problems of others ii makes their own two bit gripes seem like trifles. I Hope the woman who complained will see tins letter and count Hor blessings Grid earn # confidential to skunked Tell your great and i xxx Friend to Cut the stakes Down to where the losses Are painless or find another fish. Mrs. T. B. Parker Breme mrs. Louis Martin Jochum Hanceville 2. Mrs. Louise Bowen Cullman 3. Gerzsi Hines. Hanceville i. Pee ton r. Watson. Addison 2. Carol sue Evans Cullman i. Miss Brenda May Evans Cullman 1. Timmy Lynn Gregory Cullman 7. Mrs. Cecil Douglas Waller Baileyton. Dismissals baby Knight. Cullman 2. Mrs. James Wesley Sims Cullman. Mrs. Lonnie j. Chandler Cullman. Jerry j. Johnson Hanceville 2 miss Janet Allene Graf Cullman. Mrs. Bena i it dec Speegle Cullman 4. George w. Wiwi Cullman. Mrs. Billy Howard Durham Cullman 5. George Henry Williams Cullman 4, mrs. James Leroy Busenburg Culm n 8. Mrs. Columbus w. Hicks Blountsville. James Bob Rakestraw Cullman 3. Mrs. Robert Charles Freeman. Cullman. Arnold Leroy Heaton. Hanceville 3. Wili Airn Lee Sanders Garden City. Mrs. Hollis Wayne Horton v Lic Mon 3. New arrivals or and or Tommi r Parker Bremen i. Have a son. Or. And mrs. Donald a. Moore Hanceville i have a son. Or. And mrs James l. Burgess. Garden City have a daughter or. And mrs. Charles l Bowen. Cullman 3, have a daughter. Bridge party to Honor mrs. Moler miss Mary Frances Stapp i daughter of or. And mrs. C. H. Stapp. 1205 dripping Springs i Road Cullman has been elected one of the top three candidates for miss Alverson Draughon College in the school s annual popularity contest. Names of the winning boy and girl candidates will be announced fell. 13 at a Valentines Day eve party to be held at the Rinkier Tutwiler hotel. Romaine Smith of the progressive Farmer staff will Crown or. And miss Ai ver on Draughon. Johnny strength of Alexander City is Campaign manager for Mary Frances Stapp. Alverson Draughon College a located in Birmingham. Ruhr Era Pursall celebrated her fourth birthday at Ber Home on Cleveland Street Jan 24. She is the daughter of or. And or. Erval Persall City and the granddaughter of or. And mrs. Vav. R. Persall Jones Chapel and or. And mrs. Doyle Roberson Cullman. Times Democrat studio Bailey Tow n North Walter Walter school South Walter Welti schoo i Welti Casey s store 11 15 11 30 12 00 1 30 2 15 3.00 Sardis news by Audie Pigg mrs. Opal Thompson my or. Verion pig visited their Mother. Mrs. Ideia Meigs Addison thursday. Mrs. Lonnie Turner is ill at her Home. Visiting her thursday night were mrs. Be tie al com mrs. Ida Segars and mrs. Audie Pigg. Or. And mrs. Amos Butler of Michigan v sided relatives Here this week. Or. And mrs. Fled Linley and children. Hartselle were week end guests of her parents Rev. And mrs. G. H. Cole. Mrs. Billy Sterling returned Home from a Birmingham Hospital much improved. Bookmobile schedule 8.30 9 of 9 30 10 00 10 20 10 45 monday fell. 5, too mrs. Eddlemann a Home Gold Ridge store Gold Ridge school mrs. Burkes Home Etha Belles store Henry self store Fairview methodist Church 11 15 Fairview Chandlers store 12 00 Welcome Church i of Joppa school Uso Jopa store 2 15 new Harmony Benefield a Home 3 15 new Canaan 4 00 tuesday feb. 6. 1962 while City school o no White City store 10 00 Center school 10 45 Comptons grocery 11 45 Moody town 12 15 i Colony school 13 45 Arkadelphia school i a Karshia Turc Dean town Whitfield a stove 3 15 wednesday feb. 7, 1962 mrs. Vogel s Homo quot 30 East Point. School 6.43 Simcoe school 43 my Olive methodist Church 10.80 weeks Groc. 11 00 West Side furniture s clean sweep Sale continues More furniture added More prices reduced vies for miss Holiday inn to learn the Booby traps of teenage drinking write for non Landers Booklet a teenage drinking a enclosing with your request 20 cents in Coin and a Long self addressed stumped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in rare of this newspaper enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope. T%2, fluid enter Priwan inc clean up special mop and Broom both i for a quot Large Gen. Reed j laundry Basket now $1 our Best Quality Vinyl floor covering by the it a i of Yard 4>lot All pictures accessories and lamps up 50% 0ff Check these Cash amp carry prices. Save $5 bring your own truck save $3 to $5 when you deliver any major item this Sale Only. Early american table with Formica top 4 ladder Back chairs Reg. $129 $69 modern bedroom suite Reg. To $129 Early american sofa bed chair Rocker $205 was $298 special used bedroom suite $39 miss Barbara Basenberg daughter of or. And mrs. Herbert e. Basenberg Hanceville i has been chosen to compete in the miss Holiday inn contest. Barbara was chosen by popular vote of the student body at Hanceville High school. She is a majorette in the hand Secretary of the senior class a member of the Beta club and is listed in tile school annual As most popular and in the class Beauty Section. She is a member of the Hopewell Baptist Church and plan to attend Busine College ii Luna following graduation. West Side furniture Guntersville Highway across from Post office

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