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   Hattiesburg American (Newspaper) - May 19, 1842, Hattiesburg, Mississippi                                 and heard  Here And There  iibout the city  L. Í  thm miiat Attend latn*. Desmond KlnK. prMldent of the Y bo»rd. said spvpr«! ImporUnt matter« will fw fiiwuMed and U asking all dlrrrtors to be present thla evening.  HATTIESBURG (MÏS8.) AMERICAN  Tuegday. May 19. 194^  O. ddau of M«l? Aiigmta. was ji iMtar Id BftttlMburg lloaday.  i. O. ftMfWtten. superintendent oi dtf schools, was a recent visitor here.  . Mr. tad Mrs. J. O. Provanre have ntttmed to their home in Sumrall m» a visit to UUle Rock, Ark.  returned to Camp Bowie aftir spending a 10-day furlough with hi« parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Buchan, 1006 Mclnnis avenue.  A nfw Red Cross standard first aid claw will open at 7:30 o'clock tonlRhi at the Red Cross rooms on West FYont Street. All persons interested are invited to enroll.  Hattiesburg Rebekah Lodge, number n. will hold it* regular ulsted meeting at B o'clock tonight st the Odd Fellows Hsll on PYont street.  Tpchnlrai Sergeant F. W. Leland, sUtloned at Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, Okla., and young »on. Frank Marion were guests over the week-end of Mrs. F. W. Inland and Mrs. R. M Baldwin.  Oaotve Stevens of Camp I^, Vir-1 gtai«. is visitine his parents. Mr. and ' Mrs. D. A. Stevens, 2910 Hardy street.  Warner GUI and Hobby Hammark. former students of MlMUslppi Southern college, were vi-^ltors on the campus Monday.  Herbert Owens has returned to Torrln<iton. ronn, after visiting his parenU, Mr and Mrs. J. L. Owen*, 816 Katie avenue Mrs. Owens is improving following an operation at the South Ml.Mlssippl infirmary.  Phi Kappa Annual Boat Trip Sunday  Miriam OKara, Thirty-Second! •venue, has returned after spending the week-end in Magee.  The Boy Scout Camporee which . ■Aai raif),.! f'lL ^la> 15 and IS will probably not be held until about .June 1, Scout leaders said today.  Miss Emma Lum of Camp street hw returned to Hattiesburg after visiting friends in Purvis.  Buddy Burkhardt has returned t-o Camp Shelby after spending a fifteen-day furlough with relatives in Virginia and North Carolina.  Jimmy Fernande«, who Is employ ad at Camp Shelby, has resumed his after visiUng relatives In Rum-  Bmestine Eaton of Hattle.i!-retumed to her home aft^r ; the week-end in New Or- '  Mrs. Robert MfRaney, Forrest street, has gone t/) Columbia, S. C ,' to Join her husband, Corp. McRaney, who Is .»tatloned there. Mrs. Mr-Raney is the former Doris McCol- ! lum.  Phi Kat5pa fraternity members and their espMiaUy inviUd guests will go on the fraternity's annual boat ^Ip to Ship Island, off the coast from Oulfport, ne*t Sunday. Plans for the trip are being made this week.  At thet last meeting of the fraternity three new members were initiated. The meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Frank Montague, North Main street. Mrs. Montague Is "mother' of the fraternity.  Boys Initiated into the chapter were: Bobby Kingsberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kingsberry; Buddy Montague, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montague, and John Bethea, son of Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Bethea. --o-  Tree Rooh (hok^Pipe  One hundred and iiXty feet of terra cotta sewage pipe on the 1000 block on Hardy street had to be Mr«. Ada O'Neal of Purvis RFD "P replaced with new lines  Patient-«! dismissed from the Meth-odi.st Ixjspltal were: Mrs. Albert 8. Woods, jr, Olendale; Mrs. Thomas Hugh Oilkey, 100 Tipton street; Earl Nelson. Jr., 812 East Laurel avenue; and Miss Martha K. Watts, Purvis.  Corp. Luther H. Young, Jr, has arrived from Camp Barkeley, Texas, to be with his sUter, Miss Birdie Mae Young, who Is doing nicely after a recent operation at the Methodist hospital. Corp. Young will return to his post this week-end.  tha Bnclneers' team. Thursday a ««■vlca detachment team, Friday (opponent not announced yetK Saturday atod Sunday, team from Kees-ler fleld at Bikwl; Monday a Quar-^mtmater team and Tuesday a fleld artlllerjr team. The Monday and Tu^iday lames will be played on Piald Ka 1 at Shelby.  Pvt. Abbie Acher, former member of the House of David team. Is coach fov til« Ltona.  SNEUr TRâFFIC MISNÂP REPORTiD  Mrs. Doyle Barr of Sumrall has i joined her husband In Dover, N. J. j ii^ Barr is the former Luclle i Knicht  J R Vandlver and Jimmy Wheel-r>r of Jackson were visitors on the ' Mtvilssippl-Southern college campus Monday. They were both guest speakers on the chapel program.  one. has been notified that her son, Woodrow ONeal has been promot-pd to th(« rank of sergeant. Sergeant O'Neal is in the Marine corps and his unit Is now In the war zone He lias been In the sorvirr for five years.  Miss Patsy Murphy of 'Vredejo-burgh, Ala., was the week-end guest of Miss Jsne Holek, South Twentlpth avenue.  Mr. and Mrs. J. H. fltpffy, fil.' Rebecca avenue, are vi.Mtm« r^la-tives in LIttle Rock. Ark , for two weelu.  Miss Ruth HIU Martin of Prentl.-.s was the week-end guest of MI^k Xdith Easterling, student at South-m college.  Powers Moore of Jackson, and Dutch Walton of AtlanU were Tteitms on the Mississippi Southern college campus Monday.  Staff Sergeant Henry Monroe Buchan has left Camp Bowie, Textm, for Ptart 8111. Okla.. to enter offic-•n' training school. He had Just  ! Sldnev Oln.sburg, student at thf Unlver.'stty of Alabama, will arrive; t/)day to vl.-iit his parents, Mr. and i Mrs M. I (llnRburg, 20« Fifteenth i nvptnic H»- will resume his studie.s on .June 5. j  Mr. and Mrs. W R. (Bill Nun-ncr\'. cinpliiyp.s of the Southern Bell' Tplpphonc and Telegraph company, j arp .spendliiR two weeks with Mr. | Nunnery's parent/i, Mr, and Mrs j Roy Nunnery, In Detroit, Mich.  Mrs M. M. Tims and daughter, Pauline, and Ml.sses Mary Louise and Edith Daniels all of Route 2 have returned hwie after a week-end visit with relatives and friends in New Orleans.  I nirertors of the Y. M. C. A. will , meet at 7 'tO o'clock tonight at the I Y hullduiK on Main .street. All | I niPinbPr.s are asked to be prompt i berau.se of other meetings some of ^  W. D. Hays. Jr , former rprx>rtpr at fiamp Shelby for tlip Hattip.sburg Amerlrari, ha,s been ri>tnrrii<,^!onpd a lieutenant Junior Kradp in the Navy and will rpiv)rf for duty in .June at a ba.v* In Rhrxic Island I'hp naval rank of liPiitrnant, junior «rndp Is pqulvalpiit to tJip armys first Iipu-tenant.  Mrs r,ro Fin nary Ipff, Monday for her honip in DhattanixJija, after vi.s-itliig h<r brothpr-ln-Iaw and sisler, Mr. and Mrs A. K. Mclnni.s on .Jackson 'trppf Mrs. Flanary was en TfHite home from California after visitine hpr .son, Lieutenant Frank Lander  because It was almost completely filled with a mass of tree roots. About a truck load of the roots were removed. They ranged in siw; from several Inches In diameter down to halr-llke fibres.  It took workmen three days to clear up the congestion. At first, they tried to use a new and effective turbine which goes through a pipe with tiny blades whirling, and cut up obstructions, but the roots were too large.  FUllERAL RITES ARE NELD FOR MRS. JOHNSON  Injury of two Camp Shelby soldiers on May 15 when a weapons carrier overturned was announced today.  Six other soldiers escaped with only a shaking up.  Names of the injured were listed as follows:  Corp. Harold Sweaiy, Buckner. Ky., two fractured ribs and bruises.  Pvt. Albert Dl BattUta, Waynes-burg, Ohio, lacerated hands and bruises,  Corp. Sweasy and Pvt, Dl Battlsta were hosyiUllzed.  The six who escaped Injury were:  Dante E. Sylverl, Brooklyn, N. Y.: Ernest Gray, Newport, Ky.; James Harrell, Bloomfield, Ky.; James Head. Louisville, Ky.; John R. Prze-kop, Norwich, Conn.  All eight soldiers are members of a Cyclone division unit.  NEGRO SINGERS HERE SUNDAY  New patients at the Metiiodist hospital today are: Mrs. R. C. ilarn-  PURVIS, Mis,s., May 19 -Funeral services for Mrs. Joe E. Johnson, 69 years old native of Lamar covmty, were held Monday afternoon at the Pine Grove Baptist church near Purvis, with interment in the Pine Grove cemetery.  Mrs. Johnson was Miss Becky  An all-gospel song program will be presented Sunday at Eureka high school 'colored).  The program will begin at 8 p. m.  The True Gospel Singers of Mobile and the New Gospel Singers from Sanford, Miss., will take part on the program.  Lucile Ware and Lucile Clay of Hattie.sburg will sing a duet.  Aida Paatman will deliver the address of welcome.  Seats will be reserved for white cltlaens who wish to attend the program.  J. W. Stewart Is In charge of the program.  -o-  BIRTHS  I  r  p. I..  i' »...  DUKE'S  er. nnarfield apartments; .James j Stuart of the Pine Grove commun-7'ravis I.eRKett, Seminary; Allrp Fay | ily. She was married to Mr. John-Harretf. route 4. James V. Breland, son ."iO years ago. Some years ago Route 4; Fllen I,oveles.s, Briarfleld they moved to the Good Hope com-apartnients, and Carolyn Harkin.s, i munlty and she was a charter mem-Park Lane cottages. 1 her of the Good Hope Baptist j --¡church.  I Anion« the out of town Kiiest.s al Besides her husband. Mrs. John-Mlss Mae Kllzabeth Brlganre's re- | son Is survived by the following chll-[rltal Monday evening, were Rev. i dren: Oscar Johnson of the "Victory and Mrs, R. R. Brlgance, Misses I rommunity, Mrs. Clyde Lott of  Mr. and Mrs, Hymon F. McCarty are the parents of a daughter bom today at the MethodLst hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 15 ounces.  SALUTE THE GRADUATE...  Marjorip Brlgance. Mi.ss Carolyn Calhoun and Miss Kathleen Bvnum, all of Mount Olive; and Mrs. G W. Brlgance, Memphis. Ml.ss BrlRance Is a muslr major at Southern col-IpKp.  There are still a few people who ;ue entitled to home exemption in the city who have not signed applications for exemption, officials said today. The time for signing applications for the year 1942 expires .lunc 1, according to law. Positively none can be accepted after that date.  .Sumrall. Otis Johnson of Purvis, Lawrence Johnson, Earl Johnson and Mrs. Ella Stephens all living near the family home. One sister, Mrs. Ollle Stuart, who made her home with Mrs. Johnson, also survives.  SHELBY LIONS SCHEDUU MANY BISEBAU GAMES  WITH GIFTS BY HICKOK  BELTS—BRACES BILLFOLDS—TIE CLASPS  KEY CHAINS—COLIAR BARS  MCGREGOR  SLACK SUITS—SWIM TRUNKS SPORT SHIRTS  T.leiitenant I.uther Pre.ston Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Smith, Hattiesburg, has arrived safely in Australia, according to Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Smith has received three letters and a cablegram frf>m Lieutenant .Smith. Monday she received several pictures of I-leutenant Smith with four of his Australian buddies Mrs. Smith is the former Jeanett Buchan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Buchan, 100« McInnls avenue. ||  The Camp Shelby Lions, representing a 74th Field artillery brigade regiment, have one of the busiest schedules of any baseball team in these parts.  More than a score of games have been booked for the next few weeks.  The schedule for the period starting Wednesday, May 20, follows: Wednesday afternoon they play  DON'T MISS IT!  FRIED CHICKEN  Wednesday  At The  OWL  2 Vegetabies, Salad, Drink and Dessert.........35c  All Flavors Freeser-Fresh  ICE CREAM  Pts. — 20c Qts. — 35c  OWL DRUG STORE  Comer Mala * Freot  'Where Prienda Meet to Eat"  If  ARROW and ENRO SHIRTS  Mr and Mrs. (' K. Evans returned : to Hattiesburg Monday from a six | weeks' trip, three weeks of which were .spent In Hot Springs, Ark. They ai.so visited in Ea.st Texas and Ixiul.slana. Mr. and Mrs. Evans left today for the Oulf Coast where thev will spend the summer. They wii; be located at Coleman Vista., Guli-iwrt.  Aviation Cadet Burls C Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dale of Wiggins has reported for further flight Instruction at the Greenville Army Flying school, Greenville, Mi.ss , which is a unit of the Southeast Air Corps Training center. At the end of his flight training In Greenville Cadet Dale will be .sent to another southeast training fleld for his final flight Instruction Upon the succe.ssful completion of this course, he will receive the coveted wings and a commission as a second I lieutenant In the Army Air corps.  ENRO PAJAMAS  (Silks—-Meah—Broadr loth )  .BOYAL CAFE.  ^ 11« MARKET ST. J  ^having Sets — Clothes Brushes Tie Ricks — Desk Pads — Ronson Cigarette Lighters — and many other gift items.  Choice •teaks  CLUB  BREAKFAST  REfìirLAR DINNER .  Make Your  first Choice K Vs a Dependable ^^  W A T C H  FROM BAKER JEWELRY CO.  • Elgint............^7.50 up  • Walthams........$24.75 up  • Bulovat...........$27.50 up  • Harvelt...........$17.75 up  • Pierce.........7 . $16.75 up  I CONVENIENT CREDIT |  ai ike Friendly Jewelry Store That Confidence I» Building  BAKER JEWELRY COMPANY  Hi East rrmt St.  DUKES  ''THESTORE FOR MEN** B9Hieêbur§t Miêê.  Hit and Splash i Drivers  Sometimes you can't avoid them' But you can avQld feeling your splashed clothes a tie ruined - when [know our fine dry cleaning will make them hke new again I  hedrick  T A! WR! NG CO.  CLEANERS and PRESSERS  Am  til««»» a OyM*  ■«■fkn ti  IM  OLD PHONOGRAPH RECORDS NEEDED FOR RECLAIMING!  If you have any kind in imy condition, worn out or broken — Call the  SALVATION ARMY TIL. 2186  AND THEY WIIX BE GLAD TO PICK THEM VP.  police court  with operating auto-moUlea while under the influence oi IntortcattHK U<ruon. Roy Hudg-1ns and Willie Calhoun were fined $100 each by Judge James Slnirall, Jr., Monday. The court suspended W5 of each fine.  tlons^ the following persons were fined $1 each:  Jack Aycock, Paul O'Arico. Knos Fangene, E. E. Chatfleld, L. U Carter, D. E. Burt, L. B. Herrod, R. y. Bass. John Doe, A. D. Ooodwln. O. B. Denham, Dudley Lofton, and M. P. Ix)tt.  H. H. Ckinner was fined $3 on three minor traffic charges.  ARREST REPORTED  Susie Walton, charged with whiskey possession, was fined »100.  Charged with petit larceny, Rob ert Goodman was fined »25, Sammie James Howze, »5, and Eugene Johnson was given 15 days.  William Cox, charged with reckless driving, was fined »10.  Charged with being drunk, the following persons were fined »7.50 each:  David Brown, Johnnie Thoma.s, Raymond F. Wilkinson, Ozzle Mae Slmms, Jessie Cooley, Robert C. Mauldln, Harvey Madison, Elnar Peterson, Benton Wheat. Leroy Johnson, Frank Dickey, Lonnle Burkett (colored), O. E. Box, Excell Cooley. M. M. Harris, Henry White, Ernest MulUns, Joe Jackson, L. U. Morton, Jessie Kemp alias James Smith, Theodore Husband, Will Jackson, Edward O. Raybon, James T. Turner. M. T. Tatum, Willie B. Jones.  Chief of Police M. M. Little announced today that Fred Spann. colored, who was arrested on t^ of the A. A: P. store on Hardy street i early Sunday morning, has been charged with attempted burglary, and will be turned over to county , officers.  i Spann was sentenced to 18 months in the state penitentiary. In November, 1940, on charges of burglarizing the Paramount Food Store and wa.s released in March of this year. Chief Little said. At the time that he was .sentenced, another burglary charge against him wa,s pa.s.sed to the files, according to Chief Little.  Roosevelt Mathls, Willie Calhoun, and Mrs. Pearl Cadenhead, charged with not having driver's licenses, were fined »9 each.  Charged with gambling with dice, H. K. Williams, Melvln Alexander, Robert Alexander, Robert Perry-man, and Richard Bennett were fined »3.50 each.  Leroy McGee and Mack Naylor were fined »2.50 each, on charges of having improper brakes.  ANNETTE STEMME FLOWERS  ISS E. rront Street arernlioiiw SOS Hall Ave., Tel. ssa. NIfht: PbMie SIS WE WIRE FLUWEU nowen for All OeculoM Boiidr4 Member r. T. D.  ..-«ta,  John Henry Hall was fined »2.50 on a charge of disregarding a red traffic light.  Charged with minor traffic viola-  SUGGESTIONS FOR MAKING GRADUATES HAPPY-  BOYS  • Watches  • Rings  • Belt Buckle«  • Lighters  • Cigarette Cases  For Either  • Pen and Pencil Seta  • Many Other Items  J. F. PARRIS  "Your Jeweler"  Forrest Hotel  SQUARE DANCE TONIGHT  Tuesday, May 19th 9 'til  Music by  Joe Eaton and his Rabbit Runners  IDLE HOUR CLUB  38th Avenue and 4th Street  Everyone Invited  pi L la Hi h  m  No week Spots  ONE WEAK link will destroy the value of a chain and one weak spot in your insurance protection may cause you great financial loss in case of disaster. Get insurance without any weak spots!  COLLINS & KING  "INSURANCE" Established IMI  rire • Liability • Bonds Ante Bnrglary Farm Health * Accident  Telephons 47 Carter Bidg.  0  PERSONAL  LOANS  For TAXES INSURANCE or to  CONSOLIDATE DEBTS  HATTIESBURG BROKERAGE CO.  West Ptae ani HenphlU Ptaena f  Tell Them You're Proud Of Them!  Let the Graduates know you appreciate their accomplishment — Give them something from the Owl's large stock of gifts—something they'll be proud of!  FOR HER  Candy.....$1.10 to $3  Perfume .., $1 to $7.50  Coty, Cara Nome, Lucien LeLong, Old Spice.  Colognes and other ToUetries  FOR HIM  Shaving Sets, Fitted Cases 9 Bill Folds Pen Sc Pencil Sets Gifts From  $1.00 to $5.00  OWL DRUG STORE  Corner Main and Front Sts.  NEW GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS REQUIRE  That you make arrangements to pay your present CHARGE ACCOUNTS by July 10th. 1942, or charge credit wilj be suspended. ,,  Should you find a CASH LOAN woi^ help you we have many plans in compliance with Federal installment loan regulations.  WHITE SYSTEM  Of Hattiesirarf, Inc. F. L. MILL£R, Maiuifer  t -  I -,  •l'A. .A,..,   

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