The Gaffney Ledger from Gaffney, South Carolina on May 25, 1977 · Page 12
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Page 12 A The Gaffney Ltdoer, Wednesday, May 83, "V5 13 OUNCI AQUA NIT OR JUST WONDERFUL HAIR Ml I 1 I If ( "V 32 OUNCE MOUTHWASH OR 3 OUNCE ARRID NON-AEROSOL ANTI PERSPIRANT RIG TO $17t 'A SPRAY RIG. TO J LIMIT 1 LIMIT SAVE BIG ON FAMILY DOLLAR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS ' ' - 14 at. OVIN CLEANER ; e 14 ex. FURNITURE POLISH l .t J) 3 OVf 0.1 A NH met STYROFOAM CUPS Hot Or Insulated and Reg. 59 You Save 18 OIL TREATMENT IS OUNCE REG $1.17 LIMIT 1 IDEAL FOR HOME. PICNIC AND PARTIES. Spoons Forks and Knives LADIES & CHILDREN! THONG STYLBM CAMHAI C WHITE OR BROWrV (Mm mm I Oil- J i DELICIOUS 30 QUART SIZE , ' rrrr packaged FOam ; J : cookies cooler I. . . - ! CHOOSI FROM --ZVJ ,-J -RGl REG. XVS SILICTION 47 KJX 11 MIX OR MATCH l ' i 88 DUi 1 V "i CHARCOAL i inch 'rg I V VVC- BRIQUETS VonllVl s -: 1 , POUND H ll bag GRILL . i 1 , WRfG. $1 25 IASY TO SET UP $fc7h-- ' c"' i U ,a?T i TANK TOPS s " rA,R II TOP FASHION PRICE RIGHTt I FOR FUN N SUN SIAL GROUP 1 i JM p l I PAIR y 205 N. GRANARD L Open f A. M.- P. M. "..Monday-Saturday II" 15 ROLL aluminum; FOIL WRAPi IACH 1 LIMIT I 1J 01. DISINFtCTANT REG 99 EACH YOUR CHOICE c fi Cold Spare Saver $-jJOO FOR CLEANS YOUR OIL REG. $2 47 Sfl99 SIZCS FOR " MOST CARS l LIMIT 2 u PKG. OF ' 100 PAPER PLATES I INCH SIZE ! $Mom SLIEVI POLO SHIRTS WITH PLASTIC WAIST OXER SHORTS JUNIOR BOYS 2 PIECE SHORT SET SIZES 4 TQ 7 v I ROLLS FOR I 8? 6) rrn Mrs. Willingham Weekends in Greensboro By Ore Armitroaf State Uae Cm i eipondf Di Bids are being received until May 31 on the caretaker's house next to the pas tori um. The house will go to the highest bidder and be moved. Mrs. Hiley Jackson and Mrs. Eltice Vassey visited Sunday with Mrs. Autell Greene in Spartanburg. Mrs. Grade Willingham spent the weekend in Greensboro, N. C, with Mr. Thomas Youth Director at Draytonville By Mist Lore na Malone Draytonville Correspondent The following activities are scheduled this week at Draytonville Baptist Church : Wednesday night, Choir II practice, prayer service and adult choir practice; Thursday night, a cookout in honor of all college and high school seniors at the pastorium and church visitation. The senior citizens filled the choir at Draytonville Sunday night. Flowers were placed in the sanctuary Sunday in loving memory of Mrs. Lucille Parris by the family. The personnel committee has announced that Clyde Thomas will be youth director at Draytonville Church this summer. He is from Cherokee Avenue Baptist Church and a student Mrs. Lucille G. Avery Services for Mrs. Lucille Gooden Avery, who died Sunday morning at 6 in Washington, D. C, will be held Friday afternoon at 4 at Mitchel Chapel Fire Baptize Holiness Church conducted by Elder I. S. Simmons and Rev. John Thomas Berry Sr. with burial in Gaffney Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Paul Jefferies, Fincher S. Stewart, Paul Craig, Alonzo Williams, Mandret Wilkins and James Moore. Family is at home of her father, Rev. Doc Gooden, at Apt. C-12, Granard Courts. Quincy A. Roberts Services for Quincy A. Roberts, who died Monday morning at the V. A. Hospital in Columbia, will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 at Foster's Funeral Home Chapel conducted by Rev. Willie Wilson with burial in Mount Sinai Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Henry Louis Tate, Billy Whitt Foster, Allen Dowdle, Wright Byers, Henry Phillips and C. J Wilson. Family will receive friends tonight from 7-8 at Foster's Funeral Home. Family is ai the home of Rev and Mrs Mason L. Roberts, 619 Broad Street. Mrs. Kred Barner Mrs. Lois Varner Barner, 76. wife of Fred Barner, of 1519 Granard Street died this morning at 1:55 a. m. in Cherokee County Memorial Hospital after one week of serious illness. A daughter of the late Henry and Lou Varner, she was a retired textile employe and a member of Southside Baptist Church. Also surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Olga Hamrick of Gaffney; one brother, R. D. Varner of Spartanburg; one half brother, Garence Lawson of Union; three grandchildren. Services will be held Friday at 3 p. m. at Shuford-Hatcher Funeral Home Chapel conducted by Rev. Harry Crosby with burial in Frederick Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be Willie Varner, Joe Smith, William Burgess, John Painter, Paul Millwood and James Garner. Body will remain at the funeral home where the family will receive friends Thursday night from 7-9. Ralph A. Humphries COWPENS-Ralph A. Humphries. 41, husband of Mrs. Merle Linder Humphries, of Oakland Street died Tuesday at 12:05 p. m in the VA Hospital in Columbia after a long illness. A native of Cherokee County, be was a son of and Mrs. Charles Willingham. Mrs. Velma Bonner and Mrs. Oree Armstrong spent Saturday in Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Watkins of Bennetts ville visited Mrs. Eltice Vassey this week. Mrs. Louise Baker and daughter, LaVada, and Mrs. Julia Adams of Lake Bowen visited Saturday with Mrs. Irene Cash. Mrs. Lillian Greene visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. at Southeastern Seminary. The Spencer brothers and sisters enjoyed a fish Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Harmon. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Childers and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Turner. Friends of Mrs. Aughty Parker regret to learn that she is sick. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Childers spent last week in Florida. Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Barnhill were Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhill of Taylors, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnhill and daughter of Greenville and Howard Barnhill. Mr. and Mrs. Steddy Parris and children of Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Parris and children of Hickory were DEATHS Pinckney A. and Rosa Mullins Humphries of Cowpens, a former textile employe, veteran of the Korean War and a member of Oakdale Baptist Church. Also surviving are two sons, Rusty and Jeff Humphries, both of the home; one daughter, Miss Melissa Humphries of the home; one sister, Mrs. Vernie Mae Clary of Great Falls; two brothers, Raymond Humphries of Cowpens and Noah Humphries of Gaffney. Services will be held Thursday at 3 p. m. at Central Baptist Church in Cowpens conducted by Revs. Herschel Crain, Grady Pierce and Ronnell Owensby with burial in Daniel Morgan Memorial Gardens. Body will be placed in the church at 2 p. m. Thursday. Family will receive friends tonight from 7-9 at M. W. Bobo Funeral Home in Spartanburg. Jack P. l.emmons Jack Pittman Lemmons, Insecticides Advised For Japanese Beetles INSECTICIDES ADVISED CLEMSON-Hungry Japanese beetles, looking for foliage or ripe fruit to dine on, will come crawling out of the ground in large numbers any day now. Be ready for them, cautions Clemson Extension entomologist Mac Horton. As soon as the half -inch beetles with green bodies and coppery -brown wings appear, apply malathion, Isotox or Sevin, he advises. Sevin works especially well for protecting field crops, vegetable crops, pasture r ENJOY TRAIN RIDE Members of the four- and five-year-old kindergarten classes of West End Baptist Church are shown before leaving the church Tuesday morning for Spartanburg where they took the excursion train ride to Greenville. The group came back to Spartanburg for lunch at Hardee's before returning to Gaffney. Bill Jolley at Cooley Springs. Mrs. Gertrude Harrill visited this weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harrill in Woodruff. Mrs. Oree Armstrong visited Friday with Mrs. Margaret Rhymer in Spartanburg. Mrs. Irene Cash was Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cash. Visiting Mrs. Ozelle Harmon this weekend included Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Loeber Sr. of Greensboro, N. C, Mr. and Mrs. Donald the recent guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Derbin Parris. Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Louise Whelchel were Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Wells and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dean McSwain and son, Mrs. Betty Parker and daughter, Debra. Mrs. Louise Bratton and Miss Drudy Phillips were the Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Roland Humphries. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spencer were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wolfe and children of Gaffney, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Spencer and Michael of Spartanburg. Residents here extend Christian sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Pelza Barnhill in the death of their grandson, Ronnie Barnhill, last week. Saturday guests of Mrs. Madge Parris and Mr. and Mrs. Max Shirley were Mr. 43, husband of Mrs. Eva Kuppe Ix-mmons, of Beltline Courts died Tuesday at 12:05 p m. in Cherokee County Memorial Hospital after five days of serious illness. A lifelong resident of Cherokee County, he was a son of Buford Lemmons of Spartanburg and the late Bernice Reynolds Lemmons, a member of Macedonia Baptist Church and maintenance supervisor with the Gaffney Housing Authority at Beltline Courts. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Susie Mullinax and Mrs. Elaine Ruppe of Gaffney; three sons Bobby, Wade and Jackie Lemmons of Gaffney; five sisters-Mrs. Frances Frady of Clifton, Mrs. Edna Fowler of Spartanburg. Mrs. Mary Crawford, Mrs. Bessie Ree lavender and Mrs. Betty Crawford, all of Gaffney; four brothers Frank and Walter Lemmons, both of Chesnee. Robert Lemmons of Spartanburg and Buford grasses and fruit when applied at one-half to three pounds per acre, as specified on the label. The same chemical works well in smaller areas on lawns and ornamentals at rates of one-half pound per 1,000 square feet or 50 per cent wettable powder at two tablespoons per gallon of water. But some products highly advertised for Japanese beetle control don't work very well, says Horton. Formulations containing Milky Spore, a fungus which i Loeber and daughter, Mandy, of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Potter of Chesnee. Mrs. Lillian Greene visited Saturday with Mrs. Ruby Allison of Melvin Hill. Broadus Collins of Cowpena visited Saturday with Mrs. Irene Cash. Mrs. Velma Bonner and Mrs. Oree Armstrong visited Sunday with Yates Greene in Lattimore. Mr. and Mrs. Dever Godfrey and Mrs. Virginia Sellars visited Sunday with and Mrs. Paul Whisonant of Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dades of Charlotte, Mrs. William Tolbert of Texas. A number of residents attended homecoming and the singing at Sardis United Methodist Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Barnhill and family, Mrs. Mary McSwain and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Parris visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Barnhill. We regret to learn that J. W. Wright is ill and a patient in Mary Black Hospital. Recent callers in the home of Mrs. Willie K. Spencer were Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Byers, Mrs. Sue Nease, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Roberts and Rev. and Mrs. Joe Brooks. Area sick include Virgil Blanton, J. W. Wright, Billy Phillips, Mrs. Peggy Patterson, Mrs. Vickie Putnam and Mrs. Aughty Parker. Lemmons Jr. of Newberry; three grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday at 3 p. m. at Love Springs Baptist Church conducted by Revs. Billy Millwood and Talmadge Ioftis with burial in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Joe Turner, Kenneth Fowler, Thomas Lavender, Randy, Raymond and Larry Crawford. Body will remain at Shuford Hatcher Funeral Home where the family will receive friends tonight from 7-9 Body will be placed in the church at 2:30 p. m. Thursday. Rufus Rash Rufus Rash, 80, of Crewe, V'a., died Tuesday in Virginia at 1 p. m. Among the survivors is a sister, Mrs. Clarence (Dora) Stuard of Gaffney. Services will be held Thursday in Virginia. kills Japanese beetle grubs, do little good unless applied over a very large area, he says. They may control grubs in a small area, but adults will fly as far as a half mile in search of food. Japanese beetle traps catch large numbers, but attractants they emit will draw others to the vicinity which won't be caught, says Horton. GOLF BOOK The first golf book, entitled "Golf in America" by James Parrish Lee, was published on May 25, 1895. o n i i . . f."A ' t 111 T 1 ; II Mrs. Ollie Scruggs in Morgan Manor. Earl Swain of Green Creek visited Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Lancaster. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins Sunday were Mrs. Linda Duckett and daughters, Lesa and Lori, of Chesnee, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and Mrs. Dan Bostic. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crocker and family of Gaffney, Mrs. James Bible and daughter, Beth, of Chesnee visited Sunday with Mrs. Irene Cash. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hines and children of Chesnee visited Sunday with Mrs. Velma Bonner. Rush Ramsey is home after eye surgery in Spartanburg General Hospital. Legal Notices SUMMONS (Complaint Attached) State of South Carolina County of Cherokee In The Family Court Sharon Seals Hambright Cutshaw, Plaintiff, vs. Johnny Edwin Cutshaw, Defendant. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: YOU ARE HEREBY SUM-MONED and required to answer the Complaint in this action, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said Complaint on the subscribers af their offices at Spartanburg, S. C. within twenty (20) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint. SPARTANBURG COUNTY LEGAL AID, INC. By: Ellen Hines Smith, Attorney for the Plaintiff Ellen Hines Smith, General Counsel Dated: May 11, 1977. Published: May 25; June 1 and 8, 1977. Card of Thanks To our many friends. Your loving kindness shown as well as your many prayers and ex pressions of condolences during the loss of our beloved husband and father, Benny Beedles, were most appreciated. MRS NAOMI BEEDLES AND CHILDREN Yard Sales YARD SALE Friday, May 27, 9 a. m. until. 712 Holmes Street. Clothing and an assortment of other items. Pets FREE Four little kittens to good homes. Call after 6 p. m. 487- 4344 FOR SALE Four full German shepherd puppies. Call 489 1952 before 1 or after 6 p. m. Auction Sales SALE YOUR CATTLE at the" new Dedmon's Livestock Yard in Shelby, every Tuesday. Call 487-4023 or 487 7326 nights. AUCTION Each Thursday and Saturday nights, 7:30p. m. New living room suites S88 and up and some an. tiques, for sale anytime. We buy, sell and trade. Floor sales dally. God trey's Auction Sale Union Highway, 4t 1017 For Rent DUPLEX APARTMENTS for' rent. Corner ol Grace and Piedmont Streets. Call Randy Dean. 489 4371. RE&ENCY APARTMENTS one, two and three bedroom, apartments. Furnished and unfurnished. 15 minutes froWi Gaffney city limits. Call Spar-tanburg 582 4931. FURNISHED ROOMS Singles, doubles, apartments, AC, TV. maid service. Reasonable weekly rates. Commercial Hotel, (downtown Gaffney or call 489 0400. HIGHLAND COURTS APARTMENTS: One Bedroom 160 Two Bedroom ' 145 DUPLEX: Two Bedroom V0 Stove, refrigerator, water' and maintenance furnished. Phone 489 5282. ONE BEDROOM apartment with stove and refrigerator. Also furnished. 205 Grace Street, Gaffney, S. C. Call 489 8637. One and Two Bedroom renovated duplex apartments. Come by 100 E. Robinson Street for application. TRAILERS FOR RENT 3 miles north of Gaffney on Shelby Hwy. above Perry's Lake on, Concord Road 7 44. : j f CRESTVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Now renting one, two, t three and lour bedroom apart, ments. 2S security deposit.' Located off Hefty Hill Street.: Rent starts at 6e per month. Call 0692. ' Wanted WANTIO TO rent. House outside o town. Five rooms or larger. Call 4t9 J475. ATTENTION Quality hand-' made items wanted for consignment. If interested call 4(9. 3144 before S p. m. for more in. formation. Autos For Sale 1971 BUICK SKYLARK 3 door, power steering, power brakes, air-conditioned. Excellent condition. $1,800. Call 489 1312. 1977 LTD 111000 miles, air? power steering, power brakes, AM FM stereo radio, 3 weeks old, no equity, take up payments. 487. 4261. Lee Bright or Mr. Hood. Mobile) Homes FOR RENT Two bedroom mobile home conveniently located. Couple preferred, will accept one child. Call 489 7505. MOVERS Will move mobile" homes. Coggins Mobile Home Movers, Coggins Mobile Home Park, Highway 150 North, or call 489 8290. MOBILE HOME SERVICE Tie downs, underskirting. awnings, patios, steps, cool seal. Free estimates. Call 578 8210. JIMMY'S MOBILE HOME PARK, GREEN ACRE ESTATES AND BLACKSBURG MOBILE HOME PARK. Mobile home spaces for rent and mobile homes for rent when available. Call 489 0000 or nights 489 6632. ' MOBILE HOMES and spaces for rent when available. Fowler's Trailer Park. Call 489 7336 bet ween I a. m. and 5 p. m. FOR SALE Three bedrooms, two full baths. Central Air. Located on 5 acres of land. Request $1,500 down payment. Call 839 2891. Help Wanted WELCOME WAGON INTERNATIONAL -Openings in Gaffney and surrounding area for energetic, self starter, who likes meeting people. Civic background desirable. Car needed. Training provided. For personal interview, call Joyce Fisher, collect 404 294 6436 on May 30 between 9 a m. and 11 a. m. or write to 4477 Pleasant Point, Decatur, Ga 30034. E. O. E. OWNER-OPERATOR Due to increased business, we need owner operators in this area to move mobile homes. Experience is preferred. Tuition free training is available. Chamblers rapid expansion offers you a top op. portunity for excellent earnings and working relationships. If you are interested in staying busy, and want to work for the best, we need you now. Call toll free, 800 446 4828. Chambler Trailer Convoy, Route 1, Box 61 A, South Hill, Virginia 23970. WAITRESSES needed for Road King Truck Plaza. Apply in person or call 839 6006 before 2 p.m. SALES PERSON Large southeastern retailer needs honest, aggressive, hard working jales person. Group insurance, paid vacations, profit sharing and other fringe benefits. No traveling Excellent opportunity for the right person. Reply: Saleman, P. O. Box 670. Gatfney, S. C. INSTRUCTOR WANTED: Part time To teach Keypunch and diskette entry for 12 weeks. 15 20 hrs per week Begin June 13, 1977. Minimum: 5 years work experience or Associate Degree plus 2 years experience or Bachelor's Degree with one year experience. Salary based on qualifications. Contact Personnel Office Immediately of SPAR ' TANBURG TECHNICAL COLLEGE, P. O. Drawer 4386. Spartanburg, S. C. 29303, Phone 57 6 5770. An EEO. Affirmative Action College. INSTRUCTOR For English-Full time. Day position for September 1977. M. A. Degree required. Contact Personnel Office at Spartanburg Technical College, P. O. Drawer 4386 Spartanburg, S. C. 29303. Phone 57 6 5770. An EEO, Affirmative Action College. INSTRUCTOR:' To teach Air conditioning Heating-Refrigeration. Must be a high school graduate with 10 years experience in Air conditioning Heating-Refrigeration or ACR school-trained with five years experience plus one or more years experience teaching. Apply immediately to Personnel Office at Spartanburg Technical College, P. O. Drawer 4386, Spartanburg, S. C. 29303. Phone 5765770. An EEO, Affirmative Action College. TRAINEE Local chain retailer has opening in training program for young person in sales and credit leading to management opportunity. High school or equivalent required, some college preferred. Reply: Trainee, P. O. Box 939, Gaffney, S. C. RN or LPN for part time paramedical life insurance examiner for Gaffney area. Prefer someone not working full-time. Call (704)525 7691 or write: Insurex, 410 Park Road Suite 406, Charlotte, NX. 2S209. SHONEY'S is now taking ap- plications for waitresses. Day and night shifts. Apply in person at 1508 Floyd Baker Blvd., Gaffney. EXPERIENCED BREAK-FAST COOK needed for Shoneys on day shift. Apply in person at 1508 Floyd Baker Blvd.. Gaffney.

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