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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Anniston Star (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Anniston, Alabama Our services Are always Beautiful simple and in Good taste. I be our conditioned usrey funeral Home Mays Vinson Page two the Anniston Sta Sun Day june 23,1940. Duwe under Way snapshots taken at the Anniston Star carriers Outing for band funds committee seeks instruments for coloured school progrp.\<5 was Marir last week when the Cobb Avenue High school band committee started a canvass to raise funds for musical instruments for the proposed band at the coloured High school. The quota was set at $200, but it a believed that this would have to be raised to obtain the desired number of instruments. The committee was confident that the Campaign would be a Success judging by the response already received. Various programs and benefits Are being arranged to help in the Money raising the committee will sponsor a baseball game Between the Birmingham Black Baron and the Cleveland bears at Johnston Field tuesday night. The game will begin at 8 30 Oclock. July to a Beauty connect will be held at in j Coin Park followed by a dance with music by the Anniston Syncope actors. Busine firms and individuals who already have contributed include the Pilgrim insurance com Lucius funeral Home unpaid grouped by the specially chartered bus which earned them o shoe of Spring Are 29 of the Anniston Star Carrier salesmen who could be rounded up momentarily while staff photographer g Oise Conner snapped this picture shown left to right standing Are bus Driver Wiggins Harry Mcmillan. Horace Phillips Gordon Comer j Leon Tolleson. Frank Payne Monroe real is John Cobb Paul Williams. R c. Knighton. Jr., Wilbur Tolleson. Brooks Gadilhe Kenneth Feltham Sidney wait Newton Cook Jimmy skipper Roy Lee Floyd. A re Oso a to. Front Row left to right Clifford Porterfield Gaither a Nodi Jack m i Helmsworth Hubert Wells Harold Lindsey Sidney Timmons Coin Park St. Thomas hotel g w. J Reave. Tom Peters Robert Tate. Eugene h Rumen and Thomas Battle sen Tell service station East Ala Bam a Auto pans company Williamson furniture company. Anniston motor company stat grocery company. Anni ton wholesale company. Wakefield clothing company. Loretto casket company. Or. J h Elston Senoia pander Burg. F. B Griffith. Jerry Lindsey Bear service Jet s Barbecue stand Edwards Cigar and tobacco j company Yalovitz , j James bord Philips Barbershop j Anniston feet Rte company. Ca or ire company. N e Springer Anniston wholesale grocer com i Cam and Blue Battery Static i d Banks Nixon Transfer and Coal company. W. H Weatherly and Hui grocery company a or a been asked that anyone who has a second hand musical instrument for Sale to get in touch with 0� fund Terburg at 127 West Smth s re a september i has been seas the deadline Date of the canvass. Small boy injured when hit by truck negro Driver held Ner salesmen compete with each other in a Friend game of a admit it at the Stocco Springs vacation site t car Burn pies negro Driver a being held la night along with an unidentified passenger pending the outcome of the condition of Gary Wright age 7, who a a truck by an automobile Asha stepped from in front of t truck parked on West Street yesterday around noon. The boy vat on the Way to a store across the Street to get change for a Bill when the car driven by pleas who was going East on fifteenth Street struck him. He was carried to the Hospital where it was i found he suffered a concussion and lacerations about the face. He was reported to be weak due to the loss of blood. The Accident occurred directly in front of the residence of an Uncle j who had sent the boy to get tire change. He and another witness said they saw him while he was at the front of the parked truck but turned away before tire Accident took place x it Partin will open revival services at Central Church evangelist g piste Pilege in of be i Mons weeks it with a begin in Church Mon a Jet will at 2 30 pm. Or a a the Bethel Chapel with the a i Al 8 o will speak i Annec Tion sing exercises of the school and revival k e revivalist will Iel Chapel in his final in subject Quot the lord s the Central Church Fellowship club formed at Bethel supper assemble was Well tended by the unt Reable Amin ton Sti to Grapher George Conner caught several of the m unawares in this citation to deviate from the usual it Oung gentlemen s dining manner Joys As were the other meals. Pho and they did t time or in the Young people s Fellowship club of Anniston has organized another club in the Bethel Community. Leaders announced saturday. Officers of the new Fellowship club Are miss Jeannette Mcmichael. President Mise Agnes Sharpe. Vice president and Austin Simpson. Secretary and treasurer. The club was organized As result of the revival conduced by evangelist Gillis Partin Catter said. Officers have also been selected for the Anniston club. They Are miss Doris Lee president Hilt Ingram. Vice president and miss Dora Ruth Hall Secretary and treasurer. Boy scout news ool w Yuh in he discs and regular morning e study Chris tem the Bird week of summer Camp a troop 8 were the two near cont end Aas orderly and the whole affair at Camp Linn will open today. Ders auth totals of 7 588 and 7 428 Harlev e Urb. Execute e of Region 5, boy scouts of America will visit the Choccolocco Council wednesday and make an official inspection of Camp zen. Troop 9 we met at Noble Street school monday night. The meeting was in charge of or l d gifting our commissioner in the absence of our scoutmaster Anniston scoutmaster Assis an or. Gluing gave the boys the scoutmaster and commissioner will sub act Quot who i am glad i Arn an hold their monthly meeting Friday american was enjoyable. Mrs Cash was in charge of the ice Cream supper and Hie did a very Fine Job of supervising it. The boys have picked out the nieces of uniform which they can buy from the proceed of the supper Clyde Cash. Scribe night at Camp Zion. Advancements in Lank and awarding of Merit badges took place at the District boy scout court of Ann Honor the night. A asked is give a Short talk on it Billy Mange spoke firs a very Good talk after Tim was a general discussion of i countries and the United St we had three scout Quot building f the a at open month toll men a Tribuson of Bible Sci to souvenirs work will begin at 8 30 o clock with b classes singing courses in Nan patriotism map study Eranee and evangelism. The beginner primary department will be under direction of . Rutherford la Pale v. Sunday soil of and Bible school teacher. Mrs. Lapsley has taught in the sunday school More than 30 years the Junior intermediate departments will be directed by . J e stauffer. The Rev Gillis Partin will teach evangelism and preach each night through the week at 8 of clock in final rites held those receiving second class and off cwt Quot a every a p \ for Jack Norton taws �sj5��= a amp Newell Ledgerwood was advanced to for Jack Norton. I isl a a so a funeral ser. Wjk age 22. Who died at his Home at i Merit badges parsed at the court Hopewell Friday morning following Ere in illness of several weeks were Leigh on cooking Lloyd Barber conducted from Antioch methodist j for a try. Newell Lidgerwood Bandi Church yesterday afternoon and Craft j c of Miv inter Mem was in the Church Ceme off wa5ter Eberhart Pat finding Tery with Boozer in charge Mange and Jimmie Powers or. Norton is survived by his Par a personal health Frank Martin and ants or. And . John Norton a a a brother Ray and a Lister. Mary la a Law Brown stamp collecting Billie Baker and Newell Ledgerwood a in Merit passed there were six from our to Camp Zion the first week to i the meeting was closed i bookbinding Tom scout 0rth pm by a kor be sure to be present mom j. T. Barker three Art in badges menus Bible class Nie in or Tai Quot of Ruhama Church initial a a wreck gives Wiener roast planned by local forty and eight members of the Nunama Bapt us mens Bill class and their families gave a Wiener roast Friday at the Home of former Rev m Grogan at cold letter of commendation the Stocco Springs co., inc. Talladega Alabama june 21, 1940 Selmi is selected for or training or Arthur Phillips circulation manager Anniston Star Anniston. Ala. Dear or Phillips. We wish to express to your organization our appreciation for the use of our facilities during the vacation you gave your Carrier to is. Aside from the fact that we appreciate this business we Are grateful for the Opportunity of having entertained such a Fine group of Young men and making their acquaintance. The manner in which they conducted themselves the entire time they were at Stocco certainly Speaks Molt highly of the Type of person your organization has connected with them. We sincerely Trust that you and your earners enjoyed your stay at Stocco As much As we enjoyed entertaining you. Pursuit Pilot school will be established you have an unusually Fine group of Young men in this department. We Hope that you will by in a position to make use of our facilities often in the future. Any time we can be of any service to you do not hesitate to Call on us Selma Ala. June 22 preparations were Belin made Here saturday to meet demands on the City necessitated by the Federal designation of Selma As a training Center for Pursuit Pilot designed for about i too of i leers cadets and enlisted men the Selma training school will operate As a part of Maxwell Field at Montgomery. Construction of Barrack. Hangar and other necessary building will begin soon and the school will be ready to operate by december i. Senator Lister Hill has announced. Information heir was that the United states War department had taken a 99-year Lea a on too acres and that 200 additional acre.1? very Likely would be acquired later. The school will be situated on a Square mile Field about 4 i-2 Miles South of the City it was under stood. Yours very truly George w. Jones president. The new Boeing Stra Toliner a. A service ceiling with four motors of 24,000 fee and a High syyed left 2a0 Miles at 18.200 feet. The plane also is automatically supercharged for High Altitude flying Rev services Rev. S. T. Kimbrough will conduct meetings free examination for to Davs revival services begin at 8 of clock wed to i Dav night a the Wear r methodist Church conducted by tile Rev. S t Kimbrough services Are to be held each night through july Ping Pong came in for its share of at ten to n by the Star carriers during their two Day Outing at the so o resort Shewn in the midst of an exciting bit of indoor action Are Gordon Comer or. Left and Newton Cook. Tile following have been selected to various committees to Aid in the conduction of the services music committee a i. Baird. T Eros and . W. B. Haskew chairman of the invitation committee j c. Stanley. Assistant chairman or. J d. Hubbard. Mrs Eros will be in charge of a Story hour for children and Haskew will direct Vesper services for the Young people. To e Rev. O. D. Thomas who is recoil a pastor of tile Church w ii direct All the work of the committees. Hie Public has been invited to attend these services. Your stomach liver heart lungs sex organs and All other organs Are regulated by the nerve system. Why suffer when you can let Relief see or Call mar. A a it it. I in �?�31. It or. Dwight i. Evans Chi rope v Tor 14 years in 4kn1ston Atli revival in con. Ally a rim Bible school a Central presbyterian his Sermon Aub what is a Christian a Lodge to install officers at Hall tomorrow night officers will be installed by the Anniston masonic Lodge no. 443 at the new Madame Hall at tenth and Noble Street at a meeting monday night at 7 30 o a Jock. Officers of be installed ire f p. Vogel . Worshipful master. L o Maier senior Warden g. O. Dill. Junior Warden d. F. Owen. Treasurer n. S. . Secretary me Rev j a stauffer Chaplin w. D. Dubai Delaleu senior Deacon m a Lucky Junior Deacon o. D Currie senior Steward s g. Browning. Junior Steward and d m Gearhart tiler All Mason have been invited to be present. Troop 3 Saks St Hool _ troop 3 gave an ice Cream Tom Leighton pioneering Walter i �?o4 1 a a 05 he purple of rata uniforms the sup. All of Hopewell. N. E. Springer a a Tom eur i St a n co. Wilson bloc.phonei2z8 my Money to buy per was a big profit were distributed to the Ming. Dalter Eberhart textiles Tom boy in proportion to the tickets Leighton Woodwork Billie Mange 1�� which we feel a the fairest included or and . R e Kelly. W e Webb. Or. And g w Stephens and a Gluer. Mildred Stephens or. And g. E Stephens and Chil Dren. George Edward and Peggy Ann the Rev and . Henery Harris and children Joe Billy Peggy and Ira Dean or. And . R. B Mcneal or. And Ernest brei n i and . Whit we j the initial a a wreck of Calhoun county Volt Art no. 1201 of the forty and eight Honor society of the american legion will be conducted at the Alabama Hole tues t Day afternoon beginning at 4 45 Oclock. The newly tie Ted oif leers i of the Voiture also will be installed at the meeting members of the Birmingham Voiture have been invited to conduct i the wreck and the installation of officers. The ceremonies will of 1 followed by a a a dutch dinner at the the Star scorn rank was Pas cd by Walter Eberhart and Bill Campbell was awarded a badge for the five year Veteran rank. I troop 12 won first place with to. N88 Points in the inter troop contest Way of dividing it up. We started serving at 7 30 and finished by about ii of clock about 200 or More people came everyone Kerson and on Wallace or. And hotel. In in me incr troop contest t a a re for color guard honors. Troop 9 and l6tt6r lsit16fs install officers without personal embarrassment prompt service 20 to 30 minute when you take a loan from Thia modern organization. No embarrassing in insulation either. Inquire a Oday. Industrial finance and loan co. C. G. Dobbs mgr. Init in Natl Bank bldg. A it d Gray asst mgr. Phone 476 officers have Bern installed by the local order of the National association of letter carriers. F a Hulsey former let or Carrier. Officiated at the installation officers installed were John w Swann president h a Smith vice president and b l. Sled Ham secret a it treasurer. Committees were appointed by the new officers. Mrs. A f Kennedy or. And . L. M Phillips or. And . R. L. Pendergrass and children Margaret Ann and John or. And . F. O. Hett Nisall and children Betty Ann and Edward or. And . Carl Barnes and son . Herman Phillips miss Margaret Browning or. And . W. M. Grogan Hoyt Grogan and miss Nellie one legionnaires of this j i Section have been enrolled As Char Ter members of the Voiture and of this number six already have been j i initiated. The remaining 25 Are to be initiated at the wreck. Five of the group were initiated in Atlanta recently and one formerly was a member of another Volt re. Robert e. Jones of the local Voiture will be master of ceremonies. Henry to preach at local Church or w g. Henry of Atlanta former pastor of the first methodist Church Here will conduct both morning and evening services at i the local Church today in absence the u s. Navy la considering the of or s o. Kimbrough the Paseos auction of dirigible aircraft Tor. Carrier of use in coastal patrol. The or. Henry went from Here to at Din Gible la to be used to carry air Lama to become superintendent of Craft which would be launched for the Atlanta District after serving As either attacking an enemy coastline j pastor of the first methodist or Petrolino our own coastline. J Church four years. Madam Ada psalmist if worried unhappy in trouble of any k i n do consult me. 214 so. Fifth St. Gadsden Ala. Garden Ali new fresh Stock 25 it. Lengths with coupling. 50 it. Lengths with couplings. Price s15.75 Cash saw 2.85 commode Complete with bowl tank and mahogany seat Brand new Wall tents sire 12�?T x in l without poles and ropes. Park $13.75 ask each truck tarpaulins in a variety of sizes new and used. Low prices. Low prices on new and second hand pm Ming supplies Bath tubs toilets bowls seats tanks lavatories sinks faucets valves and fittings. Automobile parts batteries radiators Brake lining Piston rings wheels rims Heaters horns Etc. Glass installed for All automobiles and trucks. See Wilburn Buckner at Anniston. Alabama ;