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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Beckley, West Virginia Two Beckley Post Herald. Reckley. W. Va., saturday morning december 4, 1943 Fayette county n e is Section local woman taken Friday Clark stabs continued from Page i appraisers of estate named Council to Honor deceased Soldier with Gold Star a which was unanimously adopted. I t o Shelton appeared before he Council and was granted an Fayetteville dec. 3 11 Gold Star with a suitable i scrip t f Der 3 Roc Don ail of mounted in or co in Ord in the office o in r Becket Quot i chamber a of he by Hull Here collection homier county clerk disclose that in Memmy of flies j. Morns. Lula fondle Stover Pashal has a Quot of Fayetteville who bed been appointed executrix of the the service Othis country in no Ith will of John Frank Pashal. To serve Africa on october 23. 1943. It rites for mrs. Chloe Kessinger to be held sunday mrs. Chloe Alice de.tourne1 to fee to $1 i per month effective psf Ira Quot old jew o he a a a la a v i l o ii Clisby Theodore Kessinger. Died the Ouncie also voted to change a. 4 a in. In the Home of con Vii Hail of the the Reg tour meet i no Date of the a get j1&Quot f it "s<7 without Bond. L. D. Coles. Char decided at a meeting it me be Reg tar my ung of. Neville. Street. Her death was Alley Lafferty and Wren. Lafferty j Quot Quot member of month instal of �?ouwednesd.,-. Ltd a rouble a Volunteer fief it Jund considered other routine mat a a be. Madison i Boone Stoner of accounts to make set-1 ment for Vera a ending he Meelak Werc Ben mrs. Alex Dejournette. She was Dement a voted to erect the Gold Star in d. Keller recorder Sam Craw go id Star Mother and received the cite Hall in his memory n Ford c. I Dodd Frank love a a purple Liepart recently Foi bet a evolution of respect presented r. Long. Jr., and c. C. Janutolo son. Private Robert Franklin Kes James tardy was designated As administrator of the estate of Joe c. Austin under Bond of $1,000. W m Ethridge. A c Powell and James Mcgee were appointed appraisers of this estate with w. H Haynes acting As commissioner of accounts. Frances o. Lares was appointed administer matrix of the estate of Ada e. Odum and was required to give Bond in the amount of 53.000. Bob fudge. S. J. Champe and Jacob Handel All of Montgomery were appointed appraisers with Thelma Light designated As commissioner of accounts. Sam Sluzas has Heen selected a executor under the will of Siemens Sluzas. No Bond was required. J. W. Jones j. L. Oyier and w. Backus were appointed appraisers of the estate and the matters of settlement will be before w. H. Haynes commissioner of accounts. Sam Della Mae was designated As administrator of the estate Blazyj Tokar and was required to give Bond of . John Byset Brownie Zimniski and w. A Shorter were appointed App users. With w. H. Haynes As commissioner of accounts. W. L. Lee. Of Fayetteville was appointed administrator of the estate of Charles f Smith under Bond of $2,200. Frank love o a Davis and j. D. Shultz were by recorder Ben d. Keller and u in ten rites sunday Mother of c. H. For Pax woman Rutledge passes Pax dec. 3�?funeral services for mrs. Dora Craddock. 59. Of Pax. Will be held at the Church f Christ at Pax on sunday. December 5 at 11 30 ., with the Rev l. A. Garten of Beckley officiating. Burial will be made at the Tyree cemetery on Maple Fork. Mrs. Craddock died at the Oak Hill Hospital on thursday december 2. At 5 00 Death was attributed to complications. Born at Maple Fork in Raleigh county she was the daughter of Newton Tyree and Kila Tyree of Maple Fork. A member of Hie Church of Christ at Pax she Wattle wife of the late William la Adoc k. Among those surviving Are three Brothers. Wilbert Mason and Dorsey All of mount Hope had. I and the following children mrs. Lorena Nicholas of summeries f Pax Homer a a a. Mrs Lena Rierson named As appraisers of the estate a of Pax Howard Crad Theuma t Toht u so Howo is Dock of Craddock Oak Hill and of mount Hope Lawson Oak Hill Church class has meeting Oak Hill dec. 3 a the sen or girls class of the Church of Sod of Oak Hill held a class meet no thursday night. December 2. At the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Williams of Oak Hill. Miss Fau Ine Treadway teacher of the class introduced plans for drawing of names for Exchange of gifts 3nd plans for a Christmas fruit Basket were discussed delicious refreshments were served by the two hostesses Lorraine Williams and Loretta Wiliams to the misses Lucite Sneed Helen Treadway Phyliss trend Vay Delia flick Dorothy Campbell Jean Blake. K try Blake. Edith Treadway. Nancy Pat Petit. Alice Petitt. Lucy Duncan and he teacher. Pau be Treadway. Signal corps communications training is Given in 50 military and 268 civilian schools. Ago. Another alien who expresses his a Tendon of becoming a citizen is Nichola Francesco Morabito 19, of Milburn a native of Savoia Italy. He came to America in May. 1940. Sailing from Naples. Now Charles Starr to a in _ a Hail to the rangers now. A starts today Chalk a ii the win for your Academy award win. Are is Thia great i ooh Brimfield Story of a Rov lag Guy and three very different up Arr Marjory George own i Oro Mcdaniel Mcnamara i Wilham ca6ney a re a a Eti extra h s t Basir and his Orch Esi a in Quot Hoo i him swi i Quot / Aliso Donald i c k cartoon mrs. Ruth Susan Midkiff 73, died at the Home of her son Robert Rutledge of Pax Friday december 3 at 9 30 a m death was attributed to heart trouble the wife of the late c a Midkiff she was a member of the Baptist Church and a shorn at Prosperity. She i mrs. Eli r. F. I. Rutled ledge of tax mrs Wilmington Dolan Avn i fun if Cirl i ser sum. Wit Pax on 3 30 Fayetteville Branch methi inc. Burial w file applications for citizenship and Thelma Light was shown As commissioner of accounts. Nick Morabito has been a jointed guardian of Nick f. Morabito or. Heir at Law of Giuseppe Rocco Morabito under Bond of $1,000. George c. Withrow of Montgomery was designated As _ a commissioner of accounts. Favet Tey Ille 1 _ / Michal Piotrowski was named As Byland Miner w no Cam _ administrator of the estate of Al United states 23 years ago. F no Bert Bregor and gave Bond in the his mention of becoming a a amount of $1,000. H. A. Berry. L. Of the United states at the c Cuit e. Thompson and Walter Rosick clerks heir were chosen appraisers and w Galenano Santos Nunez. I. V As h Havnes commissioner of a born in Renar Rova t 1 m a. Counts Spain. His wife and two children Thomas bold was appointed and reside with Nim at Lav and. But minist Tor of the estate of Robert his Mother has not been eat bold and was required to furnish from since the civil War broke out Bond of $500. William Buchanan in the old country several years b e. Claypool and l. B Withrow were named As appraisers and George c. Withrow was designated As commissioner of accounts. S will be con a Advent Church at Lay december 5 at h the Rev. Anett of pastor of the Long dist Church of Ficat. Ill be made in the Garland Tyree cemetery at Maple Fork. Church to observe world Parish Day Singer who was killed at Guadalcanal. November 24, 1942 after the death of her parents she made her Home with or. And mrs. W. A. Stanley of Beckley. She is survived by the following children miss june Genevieve Kessinger James b Kessinger William to Kessinger and c. T Kessinger or. All of Beckley and private Edward Kessinger stationed at Camp Mckall. N. C. Funeral services will be conducted at the first christain Church on sunday. December 5, at 2 30 p. M., with the Rev. A. H Wilson officiating. Burial will be made in the family plot at the Wildwood cemetery y one sister the body will lie in state a the mount Hope Cal fee funeral Home until i p. In. Hilden c. H sunday when it will be removed to the first christain Church to await the funeral hour. Suit May go to higher court in an attempt to create confusion and hamper the Allied Advance. Yesterdays limited Advance eave general Clarks warriors a Good Sample of the deep defences a he nazi have built into the Center of the 11ne they were instructed in hold at least until the new j year. The attack was made through barbed wire entanglements and minefields. Enormous Fleet of Allied bom it ers and fighters were wiping out Droit Points with the heaviest bombings concentrated in the i i Cin Sty of Cor Varo less than four Miles due East of Cassino san i Giorgio six and a half Miles Southwest of Cassino and Rocca Devandry eight Miles South South Vest of Cassino. Liberators winged North to bomb Bolzano on the Brenner pass Railroad and British destroyers bombarded Durazzo in Albania by night. Wyoming county news program is Given by Church group Rev. Criswell is pastor emeritus asks s50.000 in damage suit . Dec. 3 the afternoon division of the woman a Mission society of the first Baptist Church of Mullens were welcomed into the Home of mrs w. D. Davis thursday afternoon with mrs. De Walker and mrs. A. D. Burcham As co hostesses. Following the business meeting. Mrs. Bernard a. Long a visitor rapist Church from the evening division displayed the four dresses made by the ladies of the Church which Are to be sent to Africa in the new quota for the White Cross. Mrs. Jennet w. Clarke reminded the group of the love gift which is to be turned in at the general meeting this month. Mrs. Be. G. Williams was pro it men accepted for armed Servic Mullens dec. 3 at the regular business meeting of the first Baptist Church of Mullens on wednesday december Ltd Rev. John m. Criswell was made pastor emeritus of the Church upon recommendation by the Board of deacons. Reverend Criswell retired As pastor of the first Baptist _ in Church september i after being \ Len it on do item i j. In Mullens for Over Twenty years., for army service Samuel or was replaced by the Rex. John Napoleon Host Ono of Mullens r Gillespie of the Ronceverte Donell Freeman of Itman John Mcclanahan of Itman Mullens dec. 3 Hie following negro registrants of the Welling draft Board were accepted for military service at the armed forces induction station Hunting is awarded degree of master Mason Pineville. Dec. 3 the con a a is. Fuci Viva i i 11 cd 111 St a no pal v Gram Leader for the meeting and Ferring of the master Mason s a lenses As her topic a a Nicaragua Gree upon u Illiam Trench Buz topic mrs. Jennet w. Clarke told the Story a be route to Fol a Lowed by a sunday in Managua by mrs. J. R. Gillespie. Mrs. J. The Gulf mining company. Inc. A Seaford told of a retinue n a a is onary strip Overland to Al Salvador. The hostesses served salad which operates a Coal mine at crab Orchard was named defendant in a damage suit for $50,000 notice of which Vias filed in a he circuit clerks office yesterday by Nichol Lilly of crab Orchard. D. D Ashworth and Carl Sand Blankenship of Pineville and an inspiring address by Harry w. Cooke featured a special meeting of Pineville Lodge no. 138. A f. Amp a. M., held tuesday. Visits were received from d. J m. Duty of Clintwood Lodge no. 280, Dublin Virginia. Herman Bill Cottrell of Pineville Levi Williams of Glen riggers Clarence Edward Hunter of Mullens and James Ford of Glen Rogers. Tho following were accepted for service in the Navy Willie Williams. Of Glen Rogers. John Henry Gist of Portsmouth Virginia and Charlie Edward Dews of Cove. The following were accepted for service in the Marine corps Edward Willie Andrew Irby jr., of Glen Rogers. Accepted for service in the coast guards Welkin Goode jr., of Mullens. V the following officers and Mem course to the following member s o is of it he loc#1 j of attend Ltd mrs. A. D. Burcham. Jeu-1 thai mrm lie George la. Bragg. Worshipful mrs. Jen net w Clarke. Mrs. W. D. Davis mrs. J. H Griffin. Mrs. Charles survived Bow \ or and four if Beckley r l. Rut Eila Stover of re and Robert cos. Attorneys for Lilly said the Mckinney mrs. J. G. Meador suit was tile outgrowth of silicosis mrs. S. P. Pearls mrs. G. C. It of contracted by Lilly while he was Roll. Mrs. J. Lee Selvey mrs. J. Employed there. I f. Teaford. Mrs. De Walker mrs. Silicosis it was understood John r. Gillespie and mrs. B. A. Sometime known As a Stone Cut Long a visitor Ter s disease a involves the hints i becoming impregnated we Ith Rock dust or other dust to a degree j which brings on a hardening Oft the lung tissue. Doctors say there Are no known cases of recovery i from it. Memorial service is held for flier Oak Hilt h Day will poem Ber 5, St Church v dec. 3�?-wo Par observed sunday he Oak Hill Bap meetings at la a 2 30 and 7 30. Due to transport. Id War Resoso Sibili in. Tion p leones. The North Ern Bap in up of the come at the Sio Narv r miss a the Chru 1st convention year and to ing held to do ejects which n at the Convent morning Selsb was not i Parish discuss some might have Ilion. Lion a mis be Given a member of n. It. Mills in an order enter d yesterday by judge Clarence w. Meadows of Raleigh county circuit court was Given an additional 30 Days from dec. 8 in which to Appeal to the West Virginia supreme court for a writ of error and supersedes growing out of his suit against the inter Ocean casualty company the original suit was based on a claim for compensation under a policy Mills carried with the company As a result of his being injured. Mills filed a notice of motion for Lodgment fur the sum of $520 on february it 1943, the defendant company or Offida Pany tend big three continued from i Pineville. Dec. 3 a an impressive service was held thursday afternoon december 2, in the auditorium of the Pineville ii. Abali school in memory of a Hill journeyed Many Miles to. A a a n Cline an alumnus Teheran but Stalin making j school it who recently 1 r no of Tsuie the soviet i Mon j. service of his since the communist revolution. Had to travel Only 70 Miles South of i i it. Of his country s Border. Tile program was As follows. The Moscow radio made the an invocation by the ennui nou Cement in an official soviet to no pastor of the a new s Agency broadcast fur nm-1 memorial Bapt a a on i it Asse owed i cd him Wriston child is claimed by death Scarbro dec. 3 Willie Dee Wriston one year old. Son of or and mrs. Clayton Edgar wrist on. Died at his Home at Scarbro r e f. I on thursday december 2. At 2 . He was born on August 18 1942. Funeral services will be conducted at the Home in Scarbro on saturday december 4, at la a rn., with the Rev. John sir Wood of Pax officiating burial will follow in the Aliff cemetery at Scarbro. Long is speaker at rotary meet Montgomery. Dec. 3 a r Long jr., Fayetteville chairman of the Fayette county committee for economic development appeared before the rotary it sub Heie at its luncheon period today. He spoke on the importance of this movement As it relates of Fayette county and stressed the necessity of organization cooperation and the or red the planning of a workable program. >5 pc Quot Ria Ute in friendliness department of the Northern Baptist convention. This will be followed by Memy Reship registration in the afternoon there will be recorded messages by or. Joseph c. Robin president of the Northern Baptist convention or. Earl f Adams general director of the Council on finance and promotion in the convention and in interview with missionaries. A a glimpse of our to i. Rev. Gilmer h. C will speak on the Church and its wide the evening session a service of re Coniti of. Ltd Art i 1 in top r a Mien Ted. Pastor a your at which i Pray in the Oliver Dunbar is Given Fine of $50 17 filed a counting that the com Only Sau and is sum in open court. Mills ret used and the cae was set for trial by jury on sept. It a jury a aided Mills a verdict for the $520, whereupon the defendant moved that the verdict be set aside and a new trial ordered assuming eight realms. On october 9 the court entered an order sustaining the defendants motion and Mills signified his intention of applying to the supreme court for a review of the court s action. The time limit for the Appeal would have expired dec. 8 unless it had been extended by the order entered yesterday. Kiwanis club plans for ladies night Vincini papers trod need it by i to broadcast a sorted in every he read at do and then at Ordinary checking purposes the pro fhe announcer inking a i am about ate mint to be in Nev spa tation Speed twice Speed for usual pro on important announce the Al Centre merits. The broadcast said a a few Days ago in Teheran a conference took place Between the eader of the three Allied Powers. President Roosevelt. Prime minister Churchill and Premier Stalin. Diplomatic and military representatives took part in hip conference a at the conference questions on the conduct of the War against Germany were discussed As Well As a number of political questions. A corresponding decisions were adopted which will he made Public the Moscow radio announcement that decisions reached at the conference would he made Public recalled reports of the past week that a a a surrender it a die ultimatum would be thrown into the Teeth of a German nation. Now beset by a three sided War. Neutral reports earlier said the late of the a second front invasion h. H. Cook Rich a Star. A need Banner a first and third i verses by the audience scripture and prayer by the Rev. Charles Cameron Solo <4iead. Kindly j Light a by mrs. Jane Blackburn obituary by c. A Blankenship j principal of Pineville High school the by the male j address by Virgil h. County superintendent j f schools a that Beautiful i and a v one male Quartetti Sermon by j Rev. J. B dry held a America a j Hist and last Veres by the Audi i met a Benediction by l. C. Fender my taps played by Charles Mil Lam. Master James e. Stone senior Warden Fred h. Shannon Secretary Floyd c Honchell senior Deacon Fred l. Huffman Junior Deacon Lloyd w. Childers. Steward Florin pars. Tiler judge r. D. Bailey. Charter member Harry w. Cooke Charles h French. Edgar b. Rose and w. I Clyde Senter masters Charles Dameron l. A. Anderson of Jav Ell Cook f. P. Cook and chares Earnest Dawson. Cheerleaders Are named at Oceana Oceana Dee. 3 a three girls f the Oceana High school were a recently elected by popular vote i As cheerleaders for the school term in an annual election. Those elected were Bette Ait i Wyeatt and Betty Ruth Cook of the Junior class and Eloise Fisher of the set Pho More class. The first Bas it Ball game of the oar will be played december 17, with the Mullen High school in the Oceana gymnasium. Marriage licenses a crossing Quartetti Stew Art. Rites Hei d Friday for Gray infant funeral services for Dannie Burks Gray six weeks old son of or. And mrs. Lawrence Gray of Skelton were heirs this afternoon at 2 30 o clock by the Rev. B l i Jones burial followed in Sunset memorial Park the infant died at i Home wednesday morning at 4 30 of j clock he is survived by three Sisters i Gail Patsy and Margaret Ann All residing at Home and one. Marianna couple wed on nov. 27 Pineville dec. 3 a Bennie mat on Meadows and lbs Gladys Helmondollar both of Marianna were married saturday afternoon november 27. By the Rev. Jasper c Cline at his Home in fast Pineville. The Bride was attended by her sister and mrs. Theda Collins they will reside at Marianna Kimm Tkv Mullens. Der Pineville. Dec. 3 a tile Fol lowing marriage licences have been ism a by the county clerk of p Cook recently Edward g Cook. 22, Baileys Vic my Pauline a in. 21 Glen 1 Fork Bennie Marion Meadows 20, and Glady Helmondollar 16 both i of mar Anna Rice w. I Jiffery 47, i land Vennie Harvey 27. J both of ravenous Bernie Hatfield 20, and Georgia Hatfield 19. Roth of guyan Robert Preston Daniel 25, Moneta Virginia and Rosa Lee Barbagallo 23, Pineville Jack Porterfield 30, land Effie Evans. 31. Roth of mul a Lens. Virgil Walker in and Margaret Walker 16 both of Rockview Willie Accord 27, Bethesda Maryland and Elizabeth carte 22. Mullens Amos Laster 26, Hanover and Hazel Perry 21. Justice Basil l. Weaver 23. Pineville and jewel l Brammer. 22. Mullen i still Miller 20, and Rosa Opal Blankenship 17 both of Cyclone. Fellowship class at Mullens meets Mullens Dee. 3 the follow hip Clas of the first Baptist Church of Mullens had a covered dish supper at the Home of their teacher mrs. Vernon w. Dailey on Highland Avenue thursday evening at 6 30. This class has recency e cot cd new officers and is making plans to increase the class members of the class present at the in j Aper were or. And mrs Ray Toler mrs Jack Duncan m ? Sylvia Murray mrs. George Ria m Raymond Wells. Miss Virginia Webb mrs. J. R. Gillespie. Mrs Dailey. Returns to Post Oceana Dee 3 Seaman second Cia Quot Dale Cook left thursday guests 3 a or. And mrs. T. J. Smith of Magnelia Kentucky Are visiting their Daugh a i and son in War and mrs ctr no station at great lakes Ralph Hunt and family of Moran nine. After spending a ten Day Avn in furlough in Oceana with his parents or. And mrs. Wanna Cook. Kit in Home Mullens. Dec. 3 a or. And j. O. Canterbury have just returned from visiting her parents or. And mrs. B. B. Greene of Madison this week. Tops por your hair san nah it. Aaa instr a St sri Wlsh for re no dry Man Only in. Moroline tonic a Meetor g yet a yet Tey Ille dec. 3 fhe plans flt her d in bar a s Conin it of h to Mitten for the e a vet in county jail on Irge and or stall at Brand thing a Banger in and it Lai e on the Adit w for which he was i Ieese it be r 3. Ted $5i Koo and costs and for main i inning a a u 11 a and Batter. Upon i g i to it w a ii be Payne. For which a Fine of $5.00 Al War id in were assessed. Queen 1 he constant lie Harry Paitl Ier was tile enter Ting of fief yester Lay s Eek la in on Corn in the Bec g room. A gala in and tile committee Tain ment Anie it i be to thur a Kleyh it get Foi Lorn b probably had been j brother James Law rence also at of at the conference to Back Upin Ortle he new and thus far virtually i a a unbroken a Tai Campaign again an estimated 68,200 tires and in Many which now has Berlin 17,000.000 Gallons of gasoline have tactically half in ruin the Rua been saved in 1943 through state an Ummer autumn rout of the owned Auto mileage conservation in. Man army and the developing programs. Ret in Home Dak Hill de. 3 or. And is. Lionel Ashley of Charles i. Hale been visiting in the me of mrs Sarah Selvey and iss Sarah Ashley of Oak Hill by returned to Charleston this Amitie co High Schoe companies by mrs. Wood i of piano and men. Chorus \ teen Benefit put Day and Satin week. K w Ani Moises. Igram at get Saxa Fatt Sto d. C. To music director a mrs. Mildred Wood s a Beckley Teache also plays for that a hich w ill give can Troi Man Ltd is on Fri nights of nex on Tirol i Fayetteville. Dec. 3 Odon Phillips is or ten a pvt. Ding a Vitort furlough with his family and friends. He i stationed at Elkins w a. The american Musher it oin crop. Non existent at the turn of the Century totalled 48.000,000 pounds last Vear. Lyric 6/ct a a Csc a my refitted the Hoise of hits a now. Today from the celebrated novel by Ernest Hemingway starring Gary Cooper Ingrid Bergman feature St \ r to today 11 00 1 39 a 4 18 6 57 9 16 registrant reported to District attorney Ansted dec 3 Pearl Mccallister who faced to report his Bange of address to Faical Road no. 4 Ere. Heen reported to the United sate District attorney Dorothy w lying Board clerk reported yesterday. Two other registrants Virgil i Cochran and Fred Keeney a have been classed As delinquents having failed to report for induction when i ordered they w ill he reported to Hie United states District attorney they report to the Board the clerk stated. Pleads guilty to entering office Charleston do. 3 a api John Maul 21, negro pleaded guilty today to charges of breaking and entering the Post office at Eagle. Fayette county and was ordered held under $1,000 Bond Lor action of the Federal grand jury u. S. Commissioner w. H. Belcher reported. Fiel ii Stamps of to fuel Oil Stamps for the follow ing persons have been returned from Post offices to the local rationing Board according to clerks Paul vane i of Sophia Gladys o. Shrader Dwight Henry j. Cadet Pemberton Grace c. Fin Cher Soi seventh Street Beckley Washalee Law of Beckley Walter Clay of fast Gulf Lloyd Bays and Maynard Mills of Rhodell Ana c. C. Gillespie of Arnett. A recent Pennsylvania state police Survey indicated that two thirds of the Drivers involved in night Highway accidents were of i flirted w Ith a night blindness. For the boy in service for Mother and dad the baby brother or sister you an still have your photograph made and let it for Xmas the Kershaw studio will he in the president hotel for two Days sat. Dec. 4th Sun. Dec. 5th Ani w ill make for you one of their $4.00 regular priced one 8x10 br0nzet0ne photograph for Only 1 $ i of one offer to person or family extra charge for groups studio hours 11 00 a. To 9 00 p. Kershaw studio 1400 Market St. Wilmington Del. To a us to amp Al 3 Rait or a. 324 Neville Street Mart

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