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iiii  m Possum Trot to Kingdom Come" 1 W. Fleer place recently that le a sweet mor- ending up in di- to a recent issue Do Kome Kourier. It oltttle&apos;s third wedding date was drawing happened that Mr. I:)oo- a traveling sales- of self-clean- had to be away Wrote Mrs. Doolittle and sorry he could not and that he had to pay traveling he was sending Which read: order of Mrs. Mary Thousand Kisses." Mr. Doolittle arriv- after several hand- was sorry. I could not . Present, but did send for a thousand kisses". "wasn't that funny? IT WAS fun- "I let the milk- check". And the; was bordering on 0f a divorce family Persian the mother of a lit- and Bill's decided to pro- he had heard that command a price. kittens in a covered Starts out. It so hap- is handicapped With a slight lisp. At trouble began when lady of the house Some Tlttens". The ti Understand him on Is lisp and she said: u say" and Uranlus buy some Tit- still could not un- derstand him and called her sis- 1 tar. The Ester said, "Sonny, 'hat / did you say" and Uranins again I said "Wanna buy some Tlttens?" / But the sister said: "Sonny, I really don't know what. you want". 1 That really upset Uranius and he | blurted out: "I said, you wanna buy some dod-dam Tats? can you understand THAT? The man was about to be elec- trocuted and he phoned his lawyer "They are bout to me in the electric chair - you are my lawyer- what do I do now? The lawyer calmly replied: "'Don't sit down". Shortly after the new railroad, the punxsutawney, Griddleburg and Hellwestern, came through Kingdom Come, the new innova- tion of the post office department for trains to pick up mail on the run and thus save time, was es- tablished. Bud Hendrix. the merch- ant was anxious to see how it worked and so, after several ex- cuses tO Mrs. Hendrix why he had to make a trip to Hicksville, Bud boarded the 7:10 Flyer. After the train got under full steam old Bud, who was a long-necked man, stuck his head out of the window as the train passed through Priddy- ville and Io, and behold, darned if he didn't find two mail bags hang- lng around his scrawney neck. Jeb Wiseacre (whose real name was Jabez) and his wife Medina had for years been incompat,ble Medina said. after a long silence, i "Jabez, why can't we pull together like these two mules". Jeb looked up, disgusted like and said: "We could, if we had only ONE tongue between us". One summer a baseball team was organized at Kingdom Come and they essayed to play another team from Milltown. Both were colored teams and as before stated there was great rivairy between the two communities. A neutral umpire had been engaged, who was a wee small negro, wlile the man at bat was a large 250 pound- I er. At the first pitch the tanps said "strike one", when the next ball came over he said "two" and the big batter looked up at the small umps and said gruffly, "two what" and the arbiter discreetly said "Too LOW". "Could I try on that dress in the window" asked the sweet young thing. 'Tm sorry," said the clerk, "you will have to go to the fitting room". An old friend asked Bud Hendrix oke day, "How is your son Sleepy making it in college? Bud's re- ply was: "He isn't. I'm making it and he is spending it". A business opportunist is a lel- low who, believing the World is going to the dogs starts another dog food factory. Four-Service Man it seemed they never could agree on anything. :One particular morn- @IIICAGO i@.- Conrad Maelich, inn they had the usual heated argu- 30, joined the Marines, making it meat b<mt a trivial matter. Later I his fourth branch of the Armed they started from Possum Trot to[ Services. Kingdom Come for the weekly At 17, he joined the Coast Guard. shopping for supplies. Jeb had t After four years, he Joined the flne team of mules and as they lNavy. Serving two years, he then were pulling steadily up Spellers enlisted in the Air Force. He was school house hill, in an even gait, discharged a year ago. "Thank You, Mr. President" D GA THEATER 10.11 |ke Signal bone Andrews kn., June 12-13 stmas layey Yechaieular 0nly, June 14 let the pre ef one : Kid IeY - Robert StvB Wed. and Thurs. June 15 and 16 Conquest of Space Technicelor Friday and Sa. June 17 and 18 Run For Cover Jmmm Cqy Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fd. $I.00 Per rkad Five business executives, doubling as campaign leaders for United Cerebral Palsy, thank President Dwight D. Elsenhower for all he has done to help the nation's Cerebral Palsied. The five leaders, who are now working hard to help'make UCP's orive for $10 million a success, presented the President with a scroll for "his humanitarian service to, and inspiring support of America's Cerebral Palsied." They are (left to right) Jack Hausman, President; William Clay Ford, 1954 Cam- aign Chairman; Leonard H. Goldenson, Board Chairmn; Roger S. irestone, 1955 Campaign Chairman, and Joseph A. Martino, New York City Campaign Chairman. Gray Day NORFOLK, Va. (-- W. R. Gray became ill at Ocracoke, N. C. lq, adiom an Arthur D. Gray took a message reporting it at C o a s t Guard Headquarters here. He handed it to the duty of2icer, Chief Boatswain Cyrus Gray A few minutes later a helicopter headed for isolated Ocracoke - pi- loted by Lt. Comdr. W. C. Gray. The Grays are no related. Lake Drive In Theatre Thurs. and Frl. June 16 and 17 River of No Return Robert Mitchum - Morilyn Manroa Cinemascope Sot. Only, June 18 Border River Jael MoRea - Yvonne De Carlo Technicolor Plus The Raging Tide Shelly Winters - Richard Conic Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. & FrL $1.OO Par Car Load Sun. and Men. June 12 and 13 Beneath the 12 Mile Reef Robert Wagoner - Terry Mre Technicolor Plus Yukon Vengeance Kirby Grant Tues. and Wed. June 14 and 15 Tanganyika Van Heflin Ruth Rome Techniooler Merchant's "Jackpot" Giveaway Program S THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS A "JACKPOT" e$ VALUABLE & BEAUTIFUL PRIZES WiLL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE AT TII WAVERLY'S and CAMDEN'S T Hiway 70 195 PRIZES LAKE DRIVE I N TH DMIZlS  JdmsHville, THn. II"I FRBE -. IqOTHING TO BUY -- IT'S SO EASY --- DON'T HAVE TO RBGISTER ARTM4 MAY 7TH. "EVMY SATURDAY NITr for 10 WEEKS THROUGH JULY 9TH. ONE LUCKY  WI40U NAME IS CALLID WiLL RECIIVE "JACKPOT" of PRIZES O1 SIMPLE RDLE All Yev De k  Fer Yeur PItEIE CONTEST TICKETS From e PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS i  NAME h,JMl, lIM  SACAC OF TICKETS, end BlaIN4 m to H THIIATRE Pot Jack Pot qtmdm tlS4 Wawly Wawerly Camden Waverly Camden ALL Of THIE IWMY,SATURDAY NITE Guam ud (N! Chap --.--.----- from (lxmo nnd Oil CImltgo from Cfle ........ from OresN Job ._ --  . from und Qumm  ..... hm rlewee Ommee .................. hm Lubedion Job ...... from -W . .... == :.- ... from Relxr .1lob __ - ..... from U-TOTg'-EM |PER MAggS DODBON SERVICE 8TATION ROWT,AZD'S SERVICE STATION TBE QUALITY SHOP LOCKHT MOTOR CO. P. & M, DRUG STORE ........... Waerl7 K. A T. MOTOR SAlll ......... Waverly POWERS FLORIST8 . Waverly LUCAS HARBOR REBTA New Johnsonville EVEREADY MOTOR CO. 00 Waverly HEMB'S GROCERY Waverly CHAFFEE JEWELRY Camden Up Job Jtm BURKJE & PRC PONTiac CO. . Waverly Beweo 4?flee4o .......... from MERIDETH & VOORHEES PLUG gIC. CO... Waverly _(L ef GUdd PBJtM ....... from WAVERL LUMER CO. ........ Waverly Tme Up  ...,..._., from WILLIAMS MOTOR CO ...... Waverly et Kwf Paint ......... from DURDIN LUMBER CO. Camden ...... --== from LUFF-BOWEN CO ........... Waverly ON DATES BELOW PLUS BONUS PRIZES iN.00 leyei@ ._.. --- from $1.4 U. S.  Tires from Creeley Table ltBd from $TOJ gnterpre Water Hte ..... from $.eo u. 8. |avfap Bond from |ls Chrome Dinette Sulfa ... from lLOe U. 8. Ihtvtn88 Baud ....- - - ... from 8pe! Qeea Wu/mr .... from 1. Set et  Oen --- . from TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. Camden DODSON OIL CO. ..... Waverly C. A. JORDAN FURNITURE CO. Camden MERIDETH VOORHEE8 BG. ELE. Waverly CAMDEN FUNERAL HOM ................. -- = Camden LUFF-BOWEN CO. ................ Waverly THE CITIZENS B&NK OF WAV]bY ._..._ - __ Waverly HICKILN ELECTRIC CO. Waverly EVEREADY MOTOR CO. Waverly GOOD RG "JAJ[,O]FI m from W.O. PARTNER IMIIMENT CO .... . ....... 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Waverly m "m,,,,mm.m.m ls mm Camden HELENA -- Kmg Gustaf VI Adolf ol Sweden has appoint- ed Montana Coy. J. Hugo Arch- son representative of the Grand Masonic Lodge of Sweden o the Mon.tana Grand Lodge. The king's appointment letter was in Swedish and it was accomp{ied by an Eng- lish tr, nsltion. However. Mon- fan's Swedish-born governor could read be original. Guardsmen To Enter Camp On Sunday, June 18 Some eighty fve hmdred Ten- nessee National Guardsmen board trains and trucks this Saturday to begin the largest single troop movement in state guard history. The record number of Tennes- scans from every walk of life turn full-time soldier this week-end as they start smnmer training camp at Camp Stewart, Georgia. For thousands of them, this will be a new experience. This is the first time in the his- tory of the state that Tennessee has had a National Guard division of its own, according to State Adj. Gem Joe W. Henry, Jr., and it is also the first time the Tennes- see National Guard has operated as an armored unit. The Volunteer state has one of only five tank guard divisions in the nation. This year, as the civilian-soldiers begin tank training, the emphasis will be on basic training, accord- ing to Lt. Colonel James D. Parks, Assistant Chief of Staff, 0-3 (Plan. nine and supervision of all train- ing.) Fifteen troop trams will leave from Johnson City and Memphis I and points in between at midnight] Saturday and are scheduled to ar- l rive at Camp Stewart Sundy aft- erno0n, June 12. In addition, four truck convoys will also leave from Nashville, Chattanooga, Mar.wille, and John- son City, Saturday. Lt. Co].. Parks says the division will take with it at least 20 M41 tanks, which is a light tank mount. inn a 76 mm gun, popularly known as the Walker Bulldog. Additional heavier tanks, the M 47 Patton. will be available for training at THE bH[WS DEMOCRAT, Fd., June 10, 19SO Page Y GOOD EATING-Man Style! Whenever or wherever men folk get together, this is the way they like to eat. Serve them this big help-yourself tray of cheese.. Cheddar, Swiss, Provolone, Gouda, Brick and Blue Cheese. Stock up on everal delicious cheeses at your food store soon. Stewart. There will be 88 Pattonsl quartermaster , and medical There at Stewart for the 30th Armored's I will also be an artillery headquar, use. They mount the 90 mm gun. leers group, a trains headquarters, Artillery pieces such as the M47] self propelled 105 mm howitzer I the famous 30th Armored Division will be shipped to Stewart, and the band and three separate compan- Tennesseans will also get training I ies. Advance detachment leave with the twin 40 mm anti-aircraft Wednesday and Thursday to pre- weapon, pare for the arrival of the eighty Eighteen battalions take to the trains Saturday, including four five hundred Guardsmen. battalions, four armored infantry, The division is commanded by five artillery, one each of engln- Major General Paul H. Jordan of eering, reconnaissance, ordnance, Chattanooga. P.  DRUG STORE YJr lption specialist Waverly ICKBART MOTOR OMPANY "Jr friendly FORD dealer" Camden THE QUALITY STORE "The place to o for the Brand you know" Waverly ROWIND SERVICE STATION otr EO products dealer Camde II! ,,,CES 0oo, ili Colonial Fruit Cocktail :: 23c @ 4; @ @ I II II Choice Round Steak Picnic Hams Cudahy Qualiy Meas 69c 37C Sliced Bacon Elm Hill Vacuum Pocked T.y Pack Lb. 430 Wieners 390 I I [[ $1.79 .... Armour Meats Corned Beef Hash . 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Pkg, 25C .o..o.,e 30c 4-1 S-oz. coo 57c h4arshmallow Creme Hipolite .o. o. 25c Diamond Paper Napkins 2 " .0,, 25c Skinners Macaroni ,o.o.. ,,. 21o Tony Dog Food 3 Cor, s 270 Tide Dreft I Colonial Whole Swt Pickle II I Crisco Cheer 3, ooo87 o ""  300 I I I " " "" Jar PHONE 1405 FREE DELIVERY I II I IH I I I II [[I [[[[I Hill IU I FRENCH'S United Market "No Job too small * none too large'' .oo.., wa,,r, Waverly, Memphis CHAFFEE JEWELRY Tennessee  Highway Yotur Jewell"y GIFT store Camdea