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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

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Anniston Star (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Anniston, Alabama Of modern Royal cupper Quot styling the style hit of the year t found Only on Chevrolet end an higher priced cer sunday Jun 23,1040. The Anniston Star Page three me aka Anniston Star cartoonist wins headliners club award Jacksonville news former Telegraph editor of Anniston Star promoted St Ai Dosa Ala Junt 22 Hamner Cobbs for the it it of years associate editor of the Tuscaloosa news a Turda left Tuscaloosa become editor of tile Rome news Tribune in Rome a. Or. Cobb will continue contribute the editorial Page of the Tuscaloosa news since the paper is under the same management As the news Tribune a former reporter and Telegraph editor of Rill Anniston Star or. Cobbs came the Tuscaloosa paper in 1931 he is a native of Anniston being a son of or and , r h. Cobbs since coming the news or Cobb has contributed largely the Nous editorial Page and his editorials have attracted state wide attention from other newspapers and the Reading Public. He a educated in Anniston City schools and at Sewanee. Herbert l. Block. Nea service a artist whose cartoons appear regularly in this newspaper under the name of Hoblock. Has been awarded tile National headliners club Silver j plaque for the Best editorial cartoon j published Between june i 1939, and june i 1940. Neville Chamberlain s resignation aft British prime minister after the Norway debacle provided herbicide s j subject for the winning cartoon. It showed the Blitzkrieg in the form i of a lightning Bolt striking Cham j Berlaine a famous umbrella. In announcing Hie award Hie committee also cited Herb lock for the general excellence of his work throughout the year. Still in his Early 30s. Herb lock is % Norway Willie Hudson Hart Telephone 2831 note for subscriptions or complaints regarding delivery Call Bondurant grocery company. Funeral of general Butler set for monday scouts will lather magazines or fort i ? Hood. Local boy scout executive has received a request from colonel w. T Howard chaplain at for Mcclellan a King for old Magazine. And Reading matter for the trainees now enrolled at the fort. Or Hood a i made arrangements gather these magazines with the help of various scout troops. He has asked that anyone who has such Reading material around that they would like contribute Call 536 and they will Send someone out lot them. A k Herbert l. Block the winning cartoon. The outstanding Man in his Field his cartoons Are the most widely published in the world. Other Indi dual awards in various Fields of journalism announced at the same tune by Arthur Robb editor of editor and publisher Magazine and chairman of the award committee include Westbrook Peeler of Scripps Howard newspapers Best exclusive news reporting of the year in the Domestic Field Clifford l. Day of the United press whose stories appear in the Star for his news beat on the German invasion of the Low countries general Hugh Johnson for outstanding work by a columnist Leo Lieb now with pm for the Best photograph Howard Blakeslee science editor of the associated press for his scientific and medical reporting Angus Perkerson of the Atlanta journal for editing of a sunday newspaper Magazine and Robert Golden of the Richmond dispatch for outstanding writing. Phil Ade phia june 22. 0j Pic the nation mourned today one of i most colourful military figure it a major Generel Smedley Darlington Btu Lei 58. United states Marine corps retired. Butler an opponent of any course that might i and american intervention in euro eau affairs died late yesterday in the naval Hospital Here of an abdominal complaint from which he had suffered for Many years. Funeral service will be held at 2 clock monday from his Newtown Square Home with burial in West Chester cemetery. An of t a living legend the fighting Quaker who despite his Long years in the marines in All parts of the world frequently lapsed into the a a thee and a a thou of the society of friends held virtually every medal and award bestowed by the nation. H twice was cited for the congressional medal the highest Honor for bravery in action beyond the cull of duty. He refused it the first Tan because he believed he had not in riled it. Butler entered the Hospital May 27 for a Check up and rest after a speaking tour of several thousand Miles in behalf of his isolation views at his bedside we Hen he died were his wife his daughter. Mrs John we Hie and two sons smed re jr., of dearth a j., and Thomas Richard of West Chesser. Samuel Butler an Eastland. Tex., Oil company official is a brother. Church announcements a methodist the Rev k. N. Matthews pastor will speak at Hill of clock services this morning. The Wesley foundation present a program at the 8 clock services. Young people s servies will be conducted at 7 15 of clock the woman s missionary society will meet monday afternoon at the Church. Mrs. E. P. Green will have charge of the program. The subject will be a right Here at Baptist or Ross Arnold pastor will speak at the 10 45 and 8 of clock worship hours today. Hostess club mrs. Living a was Host is them Mars of the Friday contract club at the sports club Friday afternoon will mrs k. N Matthews and . Arnold will entertain jointly at the Home of mrs Matthews wednesday afternoon i he guests will be members of the Book club times feature Roanoke reports three marriages in the United states there Are now about 70,000 taxicabs in operation. Piedmont news Lemon juice recipe for rheumatic pain social and personal notes by Gertrude Sharpe if you it it a from rheumatic or Neu a ctr a n this simple inexpensive noise recipe Ort a package of Ruex re impound Max it Auh a quart of water a use it of i Lemons often within hours sometimes overnight a splendid revues Are obtained if the pains ,.o not quickly leave you Ruex will Cost you nothing in try a it is told under an absolute guarantee Ruex is for Sale and recommended by b c l drug company and drug stores everywhere attractive printing at reasonable prices typewriter paper and supplies Moore printing 13 e. Loth St. Phone a or. Jenkins hostess mrs g b Jenkins was hostess by rom Circle . 2 of the first Baptist woman a missionary society recently at her Home on South main Street. Mrs. Jenkins As president presided Over the business sos. Sion which was opened with prayer led by the Rev. R e. Hood mrs. E s. Wright called the Roll and read the minutes of the last meeting. Under the direction of mrs l g Webb the following program was Given devotional Christian character and peace a mrs Webb. Song a Sweet peace the gift of god love a a message on prayer a the Rev r. E Hood song a the Beautiful Garden of closing prayer mrs E Couey. Mrs. Jenkins assisted by mrs f. M. Landers and mrs. Austin Deberry. Served a salad plate the following members and Visi tors were present mrs Wright mrs Webb the Rev. Or. Hood. Mrs. Couey mrs. J. Webb mrs a. L. Weaver mrs Vav r Mccullough mrs r c. Hudson. Mrs Vav. Y West. Mrs Deberry and mrs. Landers. A old Peoples Day planned annual a old Peoples Day will be observed at the daily Street Baptist Church next sunday. The program will began at 9 30. H m Thomas will be in charge of the devotional service which will include an old fashioned experience meeting a at la clock the Rev. I. D. Harris pastor of the Northside Baptist Church in Anniston will deliver a Sermon. Dinner will be served on the ground. The afternoon will be devoted sacred Harp singing. Roanoke Ala. June 22.�? Anions recant marriages of local interest Are the following miss sue Davis daughter of mrs Joe Davis of Wadley and Amas l. Noles Kin of or and mrs John noles of Roanoke the marriage was solemnized by the Rev. W. W Tankard. I s Dixie Dollar of Wadley route i formerly of Roanoke and Henry pre ton Jackson of Atlanta. Formerly of Roanoke the ceremony was informed by the Rev. J. D. Dollar Uncle of the Bride at his Home in Langdale mus Kathryn Allen daughter of . J if Allen of Roanoke and Eugene Herschel Lindsey of Slocomb. Son of or and mrs s e Lindsey of Altoona. The Rev. Mccoy Guthrie was the officiating minister and the ceremony took place at the Home of the Bride s a a Ter mrs Frank Pate at Shawmut. Re. Ital be Given Cecil Simmions of the faculty of the Birmingham c re Servator of music will appear in a piano recital at the state teachers College thursday night. The program will be As follows i rhapsodic b minor Brahms. Two Organ chorale preludes Back Busoni. Through Adam came our fall. In he is our Joy. Ii variations aerie uses a Mendelssohn. Intermission. Iii minstrels Debussy. Flara Baudet Bussy. Prelude m miners Debussy. In Impromptu f Sharp major Chopin. Etude. Sharp minor Chopin. R a poodle c major Donnan i. Faculty of the state teachers College attended the Alabama writers conclave in Montevallo last week. Or. W. Daugette and or. C., r Wood were visitors in Center thursday. Or. And mrs John Henderson miss Marie Vincent and miss p. Burkhalter were recent visitors in Anniston. Or. And mrs John b. Nisbet have As their guest mrs. George my Cut Heon of Bishopville s. Miss Ollie Sewell of this City and miss Hermaton Wooley of Columbiana Are visiting in Washington d. C., and other Points of interest in the East. Mrs. Willie Brown of Cedar Bluff was the recent guest of friends Here. Friends of Jack Sewell will be glad learn he is improving at St. Anthony Hospital in Amarilla Texas after an appendicitis operation. Or and mrs. Charles Harris i s Barbara Harris and Billy Harris of Birmingham Are the guests of miss Mary Harris. Mrs. Edward Sewell is recovering at the Home of mrs. R g. Sewell after undergoing an appendicitis operation. Or. And mrs. M. B. Sewell were visitors in Birmingham last week. Or. And mrs. George Wood have returned after visiting in St Augustine Daytona Beach and other Points in Florida. Rowan Puckett of Nashville and Junior Prickett of Rome a Are visiting their parents or. And mrs. John Prickett. Your Hobby is your it brings you pleasure protect it what s the fun of a Hobby if you Are constantly in fear of loss articles which Are valuable you of Crohe pleasure they give As Well As because of their original Coati Ara likewise valuable others and things of value should and can be protected. The a fall risks policy which we have offer 1ft most Liberal in its coverage and Low in Cost. Consult us today obligation. Geo. H. Butler amp 26 Vav. Lith St. Phones 818-819 oved 40 years of Worsham Lum officers elected the following officers have been elected serve during the next six month term of the Exchange club r. K. Coffee president or. W j Calvert. Jr., vice president John b. Nisbet treasurer or. F. M. Lawrence Secretary. The new members of the Board of control Are or. L. W. Allison. Or. Frank Mclean and Grover c. Currier. And building materials personal or. And mrs. T. Harper and daughter Nancy Are visiting on the Gulf coast. Or. Frank Mclean and prof Lance Hendrix members of the e that a a Long time handle lumber but it Means that youll find Worsham lumber in Quantity Quality and in anything you want. Use Worsham lumber easy monthly payments Worsham lumber company 9th amp Gurnee phone 190 by request Dollar Day continued monday due Many urgent requests we Are continuing Dollar Day through monday. This is your Golden Opportunity share the Best bargains he found anywhere in the City of Anniston. Ladies $1 a Summe a silk dresses. $1.00 39r pastel jumbo i kith towels 4 for. $1.00 Batiste dresses 3 for. $1.00 sus Slack suit s. A a a. $1.00 an dress prints 20 Yard s. $1.00 a Adir a 65c i Fuli fashioned j lose 2 pairs. A. $1.00 or w Ash pants 2 pairs. $1.00 or i Chenille bed spreads. $1 of Sis Batiste 6 Yards. $1.00 Rayon taffeta slips 3 for. $1.00 boys fancy dress shirts 4 for $1.00 smooth 7yoe sheeting 20 Yards $1.00 it always pays Trade at Hudson a Anniston a progressive department store personal or Cora Chapman and or Waldon Chapman and Little granddaughter Corene Camp. Have returned their Home in Gladewater Texas after a visit of several weeks with relatives and friends Here mrs Fred Fitzgerald and daughters. Smiles and Sallie have a dined or. Fitzgerald in Tallahassee. Fla., where he is employed by the Tallahassee Democrat As Linotype operator miss Gertrude Sharpe is the weekend guest of her sister mrs. Carl Whorton. In Gadsden. J. L. Woolf has returned his Home in Auburn after spending several Days in Piedmont. Gadsden and Anniston or. And mrs. Hunter Rvan and daughters of Atlanta were recent guests of mrs. E c Harris and mrs. T. Cowan. Mrs W. Gear and son Grady of Van Alstyne. Texas Are the guests of mrs Eugenia Formby or. And mrs. Frank Mcabee and children of Gadsden Are visiting or. And mrs j l. Salmon and other relatives Here. V. F. W. Auxiliary plans baby show the auxiliary of the veterans of foreign War. Will stage a baby How including a free health clinic and Beauty revue. July 8-10. Leaders announced saturday. Featured with the event will be a pageant with dances songs and drills. Climax of the program will be crowning of a a Queen of Progress a a each entrant will be Given a Phy i a1 examination without obligation on part of the parents a Loving cup will be presented the Healthiest baby the prettiest baby girl and handsomest baby boy will also receive cups other cups will be awarded grand Champion babies scoring the largest number of Points in All visions. Bottlers with children under six years of age have been invited Register them for the event. Entries Mav be made at Cater furniture company until tuesday. July Richardson Case set for hearing Randolph county Man Dies in rash the Case of mrs c. M. Richardson versus the c i. Is scheduled for a hearing at a regular session of the Calhoun county circuit court monday. Mrs. Richardson brought suit against the c i. O. On charges of being Laid off from the Utica knitting Mills because of not paying dues the organization of which she is not a member. Is t was Laid off August 17 of last year and the Case has been delayed for two successive court terms due Legal technicalities. Attorneys for the plaintiff Are Charles d Glass of Anniston and B. Busby of Birmingham Roanoke Ala. June 22�?information has been received Here of the death of Ellis Mckeen of the Northern part of Randolph county when his car crashed into a Bride on the Ashland Lineville Highway funeral services were held at Zion cemetery saturday or. Mckeen is survived by his widow. His father two Sisters and four Brothers. The master 85 town Sedan 5699 expert shoe repairing red Cross seeks finished garments is keep that 1.0ft Good Oloc of Comfort v0.n rebuilt local women who have been making garments under the direction of the american red Cross for european War refugees were requested in a statement issued saturday bring All finished garments the work room in the Federal court i room on the second floor of the Post office building wednesday or i thursday in the morning Between 9 and 11 30 of clock. A these garments Are urgently requested by red Cross workers in the refugee centers in England and parts of Fiance not occupied by the i germans a a it a. Stated. Shoes that look like new ones Quality materials Are used in every repair Job. Give us a trial. We Call for am deliver registrars meet Roanoke Ala., june 22.�?the Randolph county Board of registrars. Composed of r. H. Kerr. I chairman e. W. Hester and c. H. Allen will be in session at toe courthouse in Wedowee five Days beginning the first monday in july for the purpose of registering those qualified vote. All applicants must apply in person it is stated. Anniston shoe Hospital Chevrolet for 40 out measures All other lowest priced cars from front of Grille rear of body a. A and it also outsells All other makes of cars regardless of Price measuring 181 inches from front of Grille rear of body. Tipping the Scales at 3010 pounds for the special de luxe 4-door Sedan. Chevrolet for �?T40 out measures and outweighs All other cars in the lowest Price Field its the by finest package of value in the busiest Price Range and of course its extra length and extra weight mean extra Worth you the buyer in All ways. That a Why people Are saying a Why pay More Why accept less a that a Why they re buying More Chevrolet than any other car for the ninth time in the last ten years of dynamic Valv in Hud engine of longest of a lowest priced cars of exclusive vacuum-p0wer shift has his 11 wi1 by iii1 la Iii we Ith ii supreme on lend. Sea and in the air Huhm m 11 inches a roil front of Grille rear of body Mph 80% automatic Only 20% Driver Effort a he smoother steadier safer p the la word in Sofet huh genuine knee Acton ride of perfected Hydraulic brakes of tiptoe matk clutch. Of lower Gas Oil and Upkeep Cost j of lower Denvered prices plainly marked greatest Dollar value Mhz a for smoother More reliable operation a on spacial diva and matter de Lux be net master is business Couri first again other models taif Hufy hither Aii models priced at Flint Midi transportation based on rail raft state and local taxes if an optional equipment and accessory Imp extra. Pried subject change without notice. Anniston a leading shoe repair shop Iff it try it buy Iti Adanis Mccargo motor . 1027 Noble St. Phone 104 Anniston Ala. Ill e. 10th St. Phone 1351 ;