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Cullman Times Democrat (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Cullman, Alabama Imp Fth a Vav Bookmobile schedule mrs Terry Marks and Tiu of 2 j Palms Calli and mrs. Bert Smith of Holly Pond us to Newport news yesterday a it Atli lady and Balter i Loyd were Ludyn smother mrs Bessie car hell and Ludyn a sister Jimonie Dean Ai Noil Didy has planned a week of historical Tours which i include visits to w ill Ramsburg in. Is quot Fountain of youth quot is hers with a Hoe in Lier hand mrs Dora Lee Bryant prepares to do a Little work in her Garden. She is almost 90 but the years Haven to slowed her Down much at All. Neighbors in the new Home Community Call her the a a 16 year old girls and say she is Spry As a Chicken. Mrs. Bryant will agree and says hard work wont kill anyone. Photo by Colleen pippin Cullman count Ian discovers magical Fountain of youth by Colleen pippin Many Miles outside Cullman there is a certain lady who Lias discovered her own a Fountain of youth. For mrs. Dora Lee Bryant there is no magical potion that she uses to insure her youth but Only a Rich and powerful zest for living. Mrs. Bryant who will be 90 in november is Well known by her neighbors and friends in the new Home Community. A tiny lady who barely measures 4 it. 8 in., mrs Bryant is convinced that it is hard work that accounts for her healthy life. A widow mrs. Bryant took on the Job or rearing seven children alone. She can boast of grandchildren great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. All her life she has worked in the Cotton Fields and even today maintains a productive Garden that she does herself. A yes i have done All the work myself with a Hoe. I have had a Garden every year. This year it Isnit As big As usual and i Only have tomatoes cucumbers beets cabbages and acquaintances affectionately Call mrs. Bryant the a a 16 year old girls because of her Spry manner and ability to still do everything for herself. The Only help she receives at Home is from a daughter Helen who lives with her mrs. Bryant fondly recalls the a horse and buggy Days and the time when the houses and Fields were fenced in and it was the animals that were allowed to run free outside. Being the oldest child in her family she explained that it was necessary for her to Stop school in the fourth Grade and go to work in the Fields a a in be never been in the Hospital never had a shot in my life and live Only been to the doctor a few times. Everybody says i am so healthy because in be worked All my life. Once i did have some stomach trouble and someone told me to drink a cup of hot Salty water every morning and it sure cured whatever was wrong with a neighbor Dewey Kelso told How mrs Bryant has been a member of new Home Baptist Church for the past 76 years. He said she Lias a record of regular attendance and he can still remember when she would walk Miles to Church in the Snow. Means of income for mrs Bryant consist of an old age pension of $78 a month that she and her daughter live on mrs. Bryant resides on part of her fathers estate and has lived in her House in the new Home Community for the past 20 years. She owns 12 acres of land and rents out eight of them for growing Corn. For the Youthful looking mrs. Bryant hers has been an unusual and at times difficult life but one that she enjoys the fullest extent. She has definitely discovered her a a f Mountain of youth and can Best sum it up in this Way. A my life just goes to prove that hard work does no to kill is there anyone who can doubt that summer is really Here the Days Are hot and the nights Are almost As hot but midst the sweltering weather the youngsters Are still enjoying baseball Amateur gardeners Are tending then a crops a and families Are loading up the car for their annual h vacations. I a recently returned from a three Jamestown Washington . Weeks vacation out West Are or. Nut Soman in it tit Ute and other and mrs. Dennis Griffin and the ii sight around the Capitol. I two sons Larry 13 and Rand Patricia Preston on the Deans a a to. They travelled nearly 5,Ogu i i to for the a a cond year at Ohio Miles in their camper. On the University has Aga i received an first leg of their journey they i academic non resident scholars had As their companions or. And ship a psychology major she is mrs. J olm Hudson and their two i tic laughter of or. And mrs. Sons David and Wayne Rudy Preston. I the Hudson and Griffins vis Bonnie and Hiram Brown and i item Dodge City kans., went a Lek Are Back or urn a vacation out j through Nebraska and then parted West. In Claremore okla., they s ways in South Dakota. In South \ i Dakota the families saw and the Black Hills. The i Griffin clan went on to see pikes j Peak in Colorado old faithful sin Yellowstone National Park i�?Twyo., and Montana. Ii the Griffins travelled to do i bunion iu., and the National scampers 5,000 = families were at the meeting la july 15-18. Among them were or. L and mrs. . Mitchell and or. 1and mrs. Ear Shaddix Karen and i David All of Cullman. E to and fro heading Back Home today to the ii sunny climes of Miami Fla., Are la Brenda and Allen Mosley. They shave been Here visiting with mrs Clyde Patterson for the last i month. Ii Blake Evans has been Home ii from University Hospital for s a week now and he a doing Fine. I he underwent open heart surgery and from what we hear he stole is the hearts of the doctors and ii nurses Down Svi year Wilold youngster is the son of Daniel i and sue Evans. I Here recently from Villarica i ga., was mrs. Frank Carnes the i former Flossie Marchman who i visited with mrs. Henry w Wilhite i Carolyn Tucker and Barbara i Ragsdale left Friday to meet their i husbands Jerry and Larry in Hattiesburg miss., where the men Are stationed for two weeks National Gurd training at Camp Shelby miss. They will be week lending in Biloxi. Travel talk we Learned there Are several other travellers included in or. Herman Cobbs group which is now touring Europe. These sightseers Are mrs. Hilda Anderson mrs Irene Walker miss Esther Timpe miss Linda Warren miss Brenda Anderson Philip Henderson and e. Carter Gibbs or. Mrs. Maude Johnson will be flying to Columbia s.c., to be monday july 29 Sardis i Echols Home Corinth Blair Church Central . Alvus store Ray Whites store West Point Daniels store 9 15 room 11 00 12 15 Loo 1 30 2 00 2 30 8 45 9 00 9 30 visited Bonmer a sister Myrtle oudh be and her in amp tend liar. A old and their youngsters Doug my Ketta and it it ii. La tale in c Lari More . They taxed the w"11 Mccarley i. Ii. Rogers memorial. White ity4 Reeman store 10 00 the Browns went a it a to Elj Stippville a Abercrombie a store paso tex., where they spent i some time with Bonnier a son Wise Nero a Home Donald Mcpherson my his wife Garden City Libra Jan and their Little boy Donnie Hanceville Library hint Creek Church in of Trinity a . Drake s Drake com Home mrs. . Gray a Home Gamble s Home mrs. Betty Pugh s Home Sherrill mfg. Co Drakes store Longview Church of god of Ebenezer or Danes store garrisons store Battle ground v Memont Holmes store in 15 lk45 12 30 1 30 2 00 2 15 2 30 3 00 3 30 4 00 k30 Tore. Home sol log by Stop july 31 illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllliailllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhlllllllllllliinillhiiihiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiihiihiiilhiihhhhiihhhiiiiihiiinilm1 through the looking Glass by Mui Gartt Jean Jones ordinarily protests predictions promises or disclosures made Public by an Anonymous individual Are not taken too seriously because they Are suggestive of someone who lacks the courage of his convictions. In direct contradiction there a is a simple four letter pronoun which although clothed in anonymity commands a powerful lot of authority without even trying. Of course you will have guessed by now that the word is �?othey.�?�. They say. They did. They make. They dictate fashions. Jan a parents or. And mrs Ber Burney Pitts i tis Nunnelly and her sister la Center Hudson Cupida were also there for the get Pitts grocery together. Johnson scr the three families visited old Mexico where they got a firsthand look at life i the Border wednesday town of Juarez. The Browns re Bond s store turned Home via san Antonio Dyer Cross Road where they visited the Llemit Arison s store fair. It Duns horse poet Harvey news tinted religion uninspiring 10 45 12 15 Raj i 2 of 2 45 3 id 3 45 i Ruck 4 15 8 15 9 15 9 45 10 30 but historically the Church injected itself Only where issues morality were debated. Today a activist Cli Urchen presume to prescribe Law diplomacy welfare civil rights. The top of the Best Seuer list be Lor the next state. But if you cause somebody said a a they go there to inquire you will had sold x number of copies find that these people Are con they declared god was dead. Vinced that a a they live some they run the town the school where else. Further Invertible Church. They said it could ligation reveals that these people not be done. They advocate Are Apt to be just As hypo with her son Edward Earl Bally who is in the Baptist Hospital there following a serious operation. Or. And mrs. Robert Gilley of Holly Pond had their children Home for a visit last week. Here for the get together were. Mrs. Marvin Morgan and daughter Janice from Leighton daughter mrs. Shirley Mccain of key West Fla. Mrs. Leo Lukasik and Robbie of bir Mingham mrs. Opal Gorham and Sheila of Cullman mrs. Bessie Carnell of Holly Pond or. And mrs. Walter Floyd and Candace of Newport news a. Lip. And \ every generation of students at some time violated the rules this generation is the first to repudiate the rules. Our generation violated moral standards today a Young reject th1 standards themselves. A generation ago jobless men might have demanded jobs this generation Many demand to be paid work or not. Clergymen Long the accepted authority on right and wrong now preoccupy themselves wit i right and left. Some branches of Judaism have practice activism far longer than the Christian faiths which have recently interested themselves in extra religious activities. Rabbi Arthur Hertzberger is himself an activist advocating withdrawal from Vietnam and so on. But he concedes it is not Good for the churches to get thus involved in secular matters. The very moment that clerics become More wording the world goes to hell All the paradoxically much of the clergy is turning away from what we used to Call a fundamental religion a at a time of increasing hunger for it. There is a human craving for something transcendent. Religious tradition for thousands of years knew the meaning of life and the purpose of death anti the individuals proper place in the Here and in the hereafter. Now a vacillating contradicting code less a modern Church has compounded our confusion and left in the place it once filled a vast dark emptiness. Church involvement in civil affairs is not unprecedented. During the Buchanan and miss traction the churches were divided Over the Issue of slavery. In 1955 today 44 per cent do. A Gallup poll shows to years ago 69 Poi cont of americans thought a religion is increasing its today 57 per cent a it is a closing its infill world Council of churches in in Nee convention in Sweden this be a i of overwhelmingly supported Young men who resist tile draft a for particular if churches were made stronger by this extra religious movement it might be defensible. On the contrary Church membership which soared in the 1950s, is stagnating in the 1960s. Of americans adults 49 per cent Reu Guimarly attended Church if. Will Horberg of Drew University believes that the explosion of new scientific knowledge a the vetoing of old scientific truths a has caused doubt Al amt religious and humanistic preconceptions rudder so the Typpi each of us has ins own that a what Hitler Wai we be lost oui protests that a right a to do doing Jones Chapel news mrs. . Tilley Dan Holloway Detroit Mich. Several i is sending one of his employees to Cullman by plane. Mrs. Naomi Hopper will make the return trip with him to visit a son and his family who Are also employed by or. Holloway. Mrs. Dean Sharpton and a Cousin mrs. Nona Williams visited with their aunt Madel Iuey recently. They were putting up signs for directions to a Extension homemakers club meeting at Crane Hill. Mrs. Joyce Adams wife of the coach has let Een but is now improving. Pie from tins Cor bin attending the Beulah Church of week. James Moore has been the preach Are having Good Munith have services at Christ this a Alhoma or. Uliey services. Miss Susan Duke Atlanta,ga., has been the guest of Hei grandparents uncles Ani aunts for the past six weeks. Her parents Are coming for her the latter part of this week. New subscribers . Wright route 7, Cullman or. Thomas Boike Cullman 11 la. K. Hampton Eva i. E. Abbott Logan. I a m. Motes Hanceville i v Oil in Gofer Cullman i Box 190 la. D. Mcannally 913 2nd ave. Herbert Vanzandt 104 Hickory st., Cullman Cecil Tucker Cullman la it. I. Sinyard Cullman. C f ranges Cheatwood Cullman 4 mrs. J. T. Walker Hanceville 4 Guy Hodge Cullman 12 Brenda Mosley Miami Fla. B. L. Baggett Cullman to i. D. Peak Logan i Della Stallings Lxi an i Donald Drummond j Crane Hill i Duncan Duke Cullman 8 Walter Plott Logan i a g. Andrews Vinemont 2 polene Shad in Cullman to a b. Jester Cullman to Rev la. W. J unkind Vinemont 3 . Shaw Cullman Ala. Marie a Beauty shop Cullman 5 Etti Al. Reid Ciuman Ala. Rev. Kenneth Coppock Cullman 5 h. I. Speegle Vinemont 3 Hugh l. Allred Cullman 3 big see through Akron. Ohio it up it a food Tores use $120 million Worth of Clear plastic film a year to package fresh meats and pre mrs. Beulah Brown and mrs. Dun economists for Type Lana Mostella a improved in Goodyear tire a rubber coms Dougli to visit again after being Pany a leading supplier recoil Hie list. I port. They free love by allowing girls in the boys dormitory rooms. They wanted ltd and marijuana legalized. They created chaos. They destroyed the nation. Who Are a they a nobody seems to know for sure. Most people have a vague idea that they Are a group of people they elevated a a couples to the in the next Block the next City or. Pete Noel manufacturers representative will show the Complete fall collection of. Betty Rose Coats i and suits at our store. You Are invited to see this full line and make your selection direct from the factory on. Wednesday july 31j from 12 30 until 4 . At. Stiefelmeyer j Are Apt to be just As hypnotized by a a they As Are you and your neighbors. Meanwhile a a they slip quietly through our midst creating rules we done to like setting standards we done to approve advancing theories we Label preposterous and proposing changes we consider too Radical. Fortunately the seemingly limitless Power of a a they can be checked by an equally powerful a a we whose forces consist of a group of strongly deter minded a a in so a. The Best indeed the Only a Campaign strategy is courage a refusal to be intimidated or overawed by a a trends and a personal Standard on which to base your convictions. You might be pleasantly sur prised at How Many followers an a everybody is doing it but us a party might attract. Just As the most travelled paths do not always Lead to the right places so is a a everybody a cup of Tea not necessarily Sweet enough for individual tastes. The american Way of life gains its greatness because affords a Freedom of Choice every aspect of life from per Sonal to political. For any group to Force All others to into its own moral or immoral Mold is to destroy the delicate balance of our society. The fatal mistake a a we could is to allow a a they to assume dictatorship. 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