2018-06-13 / Other Jenkins News

Remember When –

This Day in in 1936

Miss Kathryn Rackley was honored by being voted the Most Outstanding Student at Bessie Tift College. She will receive her diploma in Expression.

Mr. and Mrs. Ober S. Tyus of Griffin announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte, to Mr. Clyde Dekle of Millen. The marriage is to take place June 24th at First Methodist Church in Griffin.

Durden Chevrolet Company advertises the new 1936 Chevrolet for only $495. It features new perfected hydraulic brakes, shock proof steering and no draft ventilation.

Parker Mercantile advertises 2-thread ladies’ hose for $1.15 and $1.25 per pair; new line of shirts, $1; Ryon material for 40-50 cents; and silk material for $1.

Pal Theater to show “Way Down East” starring Henry Fonda and Rochelle Hudson for one day only.

Within the next week, practically all of Jenkins County’s World War I veterans will receive their Bonus Bonds through the U.S. Post Office. To receive bonds, you must apply at the Post Office and provide identification. Three hundred sixty-five ex-servicemen will receive $150,000.

The cannery of the Jenkins County Training School is now under the operation of Claude Carpenter and Carl Reese, vocational teachers.

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