Miss Edna

"Miss Edna" decided long ago that one of the things her sleepy community (pop.

4,450) most needed was to have its cattle fenced in. "Miss Edna" is Mrs. Edna Cain Daniel, editor & publisher of the Quitman, Ga. Free Press (circ. 2,000).

Quitman's reaction to her crusade has ranged from the lethargic to the down right hostile. Lawyer Stanley Bennett, whose two cows grazed on the courthouse lawn, protested that the milk and butter milk produced thereon was vital to the health of Quitman's widows and orphans.

Miss Edna shut him up with a...

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