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Fp 10.-News Demoerst, Wed., July 15,1 g70 Oblerv the National Farm "Protection! Make It Work for Safety Week theme, Safety." Bakerville AKE PLANS NO TO ATTEND THE IRST ANNUAL, Humphreys County Homecoming Day L.EBRATION AUGUST 12, 13, 14 15, vSAVINGS vPRIZES ENTERTAINMENT VISITING SPONSORED BY Humphreys County Area Chamber Of Commerce By MRS. A. B. BAKER Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bone returned home Sunday after vacationing in Japan. Mr.,and Mrs. Charlie Moore, Karen and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Moore and son, Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Moore, Cla and Jamie, Mrs. Betty Sue Cole and daughter, Rhonda, all of Union City visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Neely Dreaden and Mrs. Nelson Jackson. Bowen Davidson has returned home from Nautilus Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Louise Rochelle visited last week with her son, Mark Rochelle, in their new home on Powers Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hooper visited Sunday in Gallatin with their nephew, Dr. and Mrs. Hal Hooper and daughters. C. J. Hodges were guest speaker for the Layman's Club held recently. He, his wife, and children were visiting her mother, Mrs. A. B. Pace. They are now in Cincinnati, Ohio visiting with her sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Finch. Brother Gene Hibbit was a Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and AS18IL2K AS181L2K, A8241L2K Speelel Southerner Room Air Conditioners 18,000 and 24.000 BTU COdlin capacities Model AS181L2K, 2081230 volts; 230 volts. Eleven position ther- mostat automatically maintains desired room temperature 2- speed fan, High and Night Cool Adjustable air direction . louvers High performance de- humidification Protected by Westinghouse Nationwide Sure 18OOO BTU's $ OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM AT SIMILAR SAVINGS LUFF-BOWEN, INC. 117 N, C6 Sq,: Wsverly, Tennessee Tel Lq)e.13 Mrs. Alfred Bone. Mrs. Dit Carner and daughter of Franklin visited Sunday with her father, Mr. Dave Anderson. Mrs. Carol Buchanan of Old Hickory visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Robbins. Sincere sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams and other relatives in the tragic death of their brother, Boyd Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Etheridge of Madison were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs. A. B. Pace. He was reared in our adjoining community, Tennessee River-Blue Creek. Mrs. C. E. Dixon of Nashville visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lula Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright and family. Larry Lacey was in Paris Saturday to get Honda parts. Get well wishes to Mrs. Minnie Stitt who sustained a fracture when she was struck by an automobile Saturday afternoon. She is a patient at Nautilus Hospital. Clarence Mayfield of Newbern, brother of Mrs. Neely Hardin of Brookshire Drive, was killed Saturday when he was struck by a train in Newbern. He lived at Bakerville for many years and married his wife from this community, Miss Kitty Anderson. She and a daughter survive. We surround them with loving sympathy. Mr. David Gattis of Ft. Worth, Arkansas joined his wife and other relativei Saturday who are vacatioring with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson at Sycamore. Memorial Mission was privileged to have Rev. Paul Williams as guest speaker Monday. He is leading the 'singing at the tent revival. Don't forget the Methodist meetings. Day services are at 10:30 and night services at the tent at 7:30. The public is invited. News-Democrat Congratulates Mr. and Mrs. James Bonds of 104 Parkwood, Waverly on the birth of a girl born JUly 8 at St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville. She was named Brenda Michelle. Ladybugs move their wings from 75 to 91 times a second. LOY B. SUMMAR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS To continue the progress in the school system of the last four years vote for the man who has The experience, The P r o v d Ability, and The Dedication to the job. HE HAS e 1. Removed All School Fees 2. Kept Lunch Prices Down 3. Save The County Tax Payers $21,000.00 Yearly By Cam, bining The Junior High And East End Elementary Schools Under One Principal 4. Developed A Retirement System For All School Employ- ees S. Renovated, Repaired Or Built New Schools In All Parts Of The County 6. Started A County Wide Kindergarten System 7. Increased The Number Of, Special Education Glasses 8. Provided Summer Schools For Those Wishing To Attend 9. Raised Teachers Salaries LOY SUMMJ, tF .RI[-ELF.C'r4[D 'FO A SECOND TER, WIL, L COHTLNUI[ TO ORK llq,l Ttl[ TO IMP, ROVI[ TILl[ BDUCATI0dIJ./11 OF THIS ..OUNTf WHICH IN THE  fOLtR Y, INIJ HAS BEEN liONIZED AS ONE OF THII[ VERY BEST IN THE EITIIU[ STATI[. TOMMY WHITELL, SCS; Steve May, and Ray May are observing the milo planted with minimum tillage planter and the conventional planter. The conventional planter was used on the left. May Frm Practic Less pollum siltation is d co nser vat ion out on Ray in Hurricane M A of 15 acrestf completed tF Humphreys ConservatiC Cooperator Mi milo was SCD coo combined his up the planting the stubble about May said, "i make a conventional planting and Former Resident Receives Cadet James Regional P.O. Position Nell O. Warren, Assistant Postmaster at Old Hickory for the last 20 years, has been promoted recently to the position of Manager, Management-Labor Relations, Personnel Division, Memphis Region, Post Office Department, with offices at Memphis, Tenn. T h e Memphis Region embraces the states of Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Part of Mr. Warren's duties in his new position will be to develop methods of management-labor relations procedures for postal installations throughout the Region in compliance with Executive Orders, laws, the National Agreements, Departmental policy, and regulations. Promotion to this Regional position climaxes a career of almost 42 years in the postal service for Mr. Warren. He began his service as a postal clerk in the post office at Waverly, Tennessee in April 1927 and resigned in June 1932. Before accepting an appointment at the Old Hickory post office on December 1, 1933, Mr. Warren attended Freed-Hardeman College. He served as '[ennessee State President of the United Federation of Postal Clerks from  1946 to 1948, and as National State Representative for the clerks from 1948 to 1950, He was president of the Tennessee State Branch of the National Association of Postal Supervisors from 1958 to 1959, and Secretary-Treasurer from 1959 to 1963. Mr. Warren was elected Regional Vice-President Region at the Regional level. Following his participation in the Post Office Department Labor Relations Conference at the University of Oklahoma in 1968, the Memphis Regional Office detailed him to assist in the instruction of postmasters and supervisors on the subject of labor relations. He has handled a number of assignments for the National Association of Postal Supervisors while on the Executive Committee, one of the most important being the Chairman of the Budget Committee since 1966. His wife, Mrs. Agnes B. Warren, is the former Agnes Batton of Lobelville, Tennessee. She is the Librarian at the DuPont Junior High School, and has been with the DuPont school for 24 years. Mr. Warren has a daughter, Mrs. Beverly W. Stokely of Madison. Trains At Ft. Knox Cadet William C. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. James, Bold Springs, Tennessee, is receiving six weeks practical application in military leadership at the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps' basic summer camp at Ft Knox, Ky., from June 12 to July 23. Cadet James is one of approximately 4,000 young men expected to attend ROTC basic camp at Ft. Knox this year. He will train as a small unit leader and instructor in realistic exercises, and will receive command experience and the opportunity to apply classroom knowledge in the field. James is a 1970 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where he obtained his bachelor of science degree. tillage method of the field planted with planter. The planted with e tillage provided b Armstrong, Armstrong Jerry Jol) Co nservatio t' Conservation ' minimum consisted of behind a crop w two trips across t consist of the field a mint Jolly said. across the minimum." SCD . Rochelle, said and reports acres of row planted by the t method. that the SCD Now would be a make plans for crop s. FUEL INJECTED g SUPER CHARGED NITRO-METHANE BURNING UNLIMITED AA FUNNY CARS also includes ENTIRE DRAG and STOCK CAR PROGRAM Gen. 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