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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Beckley, West Virginia Keckley Post Herald. Beckley. W. A. Saturday morning december 4, 1943 three judge Clay Crouse Jar Houser Speaks state broadcast to be speaker at Church group planned by group Church meeting judge Clay s. Crouse will deliver the principal address Ai the program to be presented sunday it the Hollywood missionary Baptist Church at 2 00 honouring the parents of the Community. The Young people of the Church who have been studying the ten commandments have chosen the one entitled a Honor thy father and thy Mother a As the theme of the program. The program will Onen by a welcoming address by the pastor. Tiev. Harry Stevens followed but a song. A Welcome dear parents a Short talks by Robert Sperry. Song a Mother Machree reverence for departed parents. A what i Lake about and i at i like about Mother prayers and song a Faith of our fathers talk a the american Home Quot song. A Home Sweet Home song. A a the end of a perfect Day and concluding with the Benediet Ion. Special gifts will be presented to the oldest father and Mother present and the youngest Mother and father present. Samplers and coat Racks will be presented to the Church All parents of Macarthur Are urged to attend the meeting approximately fifty Young people will participate in the Progi am for Sale or Trade equity in 10-15 acres in he d part of Glade Creek development. What have it of address e. L. I. It Beckley newspapers corp. To or. L. G Houser conducted a a a enology at a meeting of the romans Council of the first Christian Church thursday night in the Church. The group of songs included a Joy to the world a a holy hold. Hold a a to Little town of Bethlehem a a to come All be faithful a and a the old rugged he was assisted by a male quartet composed of g. C. Hurt j. A. Sharp Jackson Smith and Douglas Meaken. The musical background for the program was provided by mrs. Earl Snead pianist. The meeting was opened with a hymn and mrs. George Parker led a devotional program using As her subject. A the meaning of mrs. L. E Shrewsbury Sang a Star of the fast by Kennedy accompanied by mrs. Snead. Following or. Houser a presentation mrs. Frank Clement resident conducted a business session plans for the local Observance of world wide woman s Day on sunday evening december 5, were made by the group player by the Rev. A h Wils n closed the meeting mrs Roy Elkins group served refreshments to the 95 members present. Teel 4-h club has regular meet m is Marjorie Rombeau. Daughter of or. And mrs. Caramel Rombeau of Johnstown Road. Has been pledged to Kappa Beta Phi sorority at Bowling Green business College. Bowling Green Kentucky. Where she is a freshman. A Morton Alexander Johnson of Beckley has been commissioned lieutenant i. A in the United states naval Reserve. He a been ordered to report to the naval training school at fort Schuyler the Bronx new York. A a a private Jeannette Williams of the United states Marine corps woman s Reserve is spending a 72-hour leave with her parents. Or. And mrs j. R. Williams of Beckley. She will report to her station at Camp Legeune. New River North Carolina on monday. A mrs. Rossie Carroll of Beckley will leave sunday for Richwood to accompany her Mother mrs m f. Wilson to by k by. Ill sergeant Curtis Johnson who recently returned to the state from North Africa is visiting his father George a Johnson of Terry. Sergeant Johnson a been recuperating in the Holoran general Hospital Staten Island. New York from wounds received in action. A a a mrs John Peters returned Here thursday from Richmond Virginia. Where she spent several Days visiting her sister mrs. Kenneth Cunningham and or. Cunning Ham. A a a word has been received Here of the death of staff sergeant Norm in i Vee of Cincinnati. Ohio sergeant Mcafee is the Stepson of the former miss Ennis Crouse of Beckley. A or. And mrs. Rey Funk and mrs. Emily Wigent of Charleston. Will arrive Here today to visit mrs. Bessie Carroll. A a a Petty officer third class p. J. Catlett in. United state Navy who recently completed training in the gunnery school at Jack Onsville Flordia. Left yesterday for his new Post at Norfolk Virginia after spending a leave with his parents or. And mrs. P. J. Catlett of South Kanawha Street. A i Justin and m is Jaye Johnson who have been visiting mrs. Bibb of Dexter Avenue left thursday for los Angeles California where they plan to make their Home. There has been about a four per cent decline in the school population of the District of Columbia despite the swollen population of wartime Washington and environs. Ctr buy aspirin that can do More for you than St. Joseph aspirin. Why pay More world largest at 10c. Demand St. Joseph aspirin Tim Teel 4-h club held a meeting thursday afternoon at the school horse. With Ruth Sisk president opening the meeting. The group Sang the 4-h song. A West Virginia boys and girls followed by the 4-h pledge the Secretary Delores Taylor then read the minutes of the last meeting and the club Sang a silent night holy the financial report was give by Patricia Ann Morrison after which the president spoke on the meaning of the four h a head heart hand and health. Mary Elizabeth Wolfe. 4-h club agent spoke on the clubs work and answered questions projects. The meeting was adjourned after a Short period of games. Members of 750 Baptist Church dec in West Virginia will gather Abo Iii radio receiving sets at to a. Rn., sunday either in their churches or in their Homes to Lear a special half hour broadcast emanating from Charleston and Huntington to launch a Days Effort to raise $50,000 in the state. It was announced today. Judge Clarence w Meadows will open the program with an address from Charleston radio station explaining the general purposes of the fund raising program. And will introduce other speakers or. Paul h Conrad of new York Field representative of the Northern Baptist convention and or Edward b. Willingham of Huntington president of the West Virginia Baptist convention. Or Conrad and or. Willingham will speak from a Huntington radio station Hugh d. Picket. Parkesburg executive Secretary of the West Virginia Baptist convention. Will speak from Charleston studio. Baptist churches throughout the state will install radio receivers for the program according to the announcement. The Day has been set aside As the a sunday of sacrifice by the Church. The program will interrupt the usual broadcast from the first Baptist Church of Beckley at by a. M., Over Wols. As this station is to carry the special radio program from Charleston and Huntington however the usual la a in Sermon broadcast will be made As usual it was explained today. The $50,000 fund the Church will seek in West Virginia sunday is the states part of a $1,500,000 fund which the Northern Baptist convention Hopes to raise for Uve in the Relief and rehabilitation of n Mission and missionaries suffering from the effects of the world War. Judge Meadows said. The announcement of the special radio program said that Many Baptist churches would a observe the lords supper following the broadcast. It Tabu by Bobby Witt t last easter and during the sum this is the Day Mer. This morning at 9�?Tclock Tommy a a a Rice and Howard Fillmer will Stop antique off at the Daniel building on among All the new office equip Prince Street to see that the ment in the county clerk s office youngsters get off to a goo i Start there is a Well worn Box which on cleaning the rooms for the1 attracts attention. The Box used youth recreational Center. Now for a Check Box. Was Pur mrs. Ross p. Daniel will be j chased and used originally by there too and mrs. B. F. Bur Jackson Smith then circuit clerk Leigh mrs. W. A. Burke Harold in 1908-09 for storing indictments Riffe. Or. And others will be pres he explains. Ent during the Day to keep one bucket and Droom brigade on Nej what s this March. Who knows there might even Bankers have trouble be a Christmas party in the off a keeping up w Ith new legislation ing if the youth of the town turn when the first Check for a Farmers Lorene Trump is honoured at party Christmas party Church of Christ is held by group to have services ver Hyl out today a a a outstanding two women who featured in last year s a a. A. Progi am is corporation an Agency of outstanding Community commit Amjed states government Dairy feed payment was presented at a local Bank the Teller was careful to investigate it despite the fact that it was a sight draft drawn on the commodity credit the tee women Are mrs. L. E. Lilly of Sullivan and m s Elsie r a mfr ship of Grandview and they in on the Raleigh county farm by Job again. Pau a careful to let its member s so tar. They Are the Only 7� i know what they receive for farm women reporting for a membership dues. On the Mem Vork this year. Mrs Check Hilt Ard there Are printed the de approximately 125 farms and flip to Ings the Bureau saves the mrs. Rogers lao while the . Farmer to items for which the Mitten in checked an average Oft Bureau is working and seven Adon farms. And the two women Kitiona advantages of member did their own housework too. Re cords show an average of 150 to s a a 190 farms to each of the 25 comp a off unities in the program. Yesterday during the recess _ x period of his new aircraft Sheet today a quotation Pat Cal Grover Mcpeek of a to every Soldier Sailor and the Raleigh county vocational Marine who is fighting for my school called in Joe Rodriquez. Secretary at the school and pre Lorene Trump was honoured with a party recently at the Home of mrs. Virginia verdure at Sprague. Games were played and dancing was enjoyed by the guests. Refreshments were served to following Ritchie Thompson. Shirley bar aur Bobbie Andrews Kenneth Shaffer. Charles Goodman. Tony Pilares Avanell Mcclellan. James Brownlee. Vito Bizzi. Marie Tate. Cathine Duce. Madeline Vass Betty ton. Jean Mal Lancas. Johnny verdure. Ted Perkins Louis Trepina Rose Bizzi. Rookie Ann Bizzi. Charles Spencer Bibby Civet James Silman. Roy Mcclellan Bud Trump Mary Louise Withrow j Lawrence Comer Leigh Comer. Tony verdure Connie Bolen Naomi a Weidensall Margaret Mal Lancas. Betty lows Patsy Verduce Howard Vass Jimmy Elkins. Frank Honaker and Lewis Shaler. The honoree and the hostess. Those assisting the hostess include Evelyn Arnold Goldie Vass and be it Sie Comer. Conner services to be held today Circle number twelve of the first Baptist Church mrs. Clyde Law Leader held a meeting thursday at the Church. Hostesses Weie mrs. G. A. Bur Kette mrs. Thelma Porter and mrs. H t Stovall. A Christmas party was present i lesson an Ltd a Reading entitled a How de which included the scripture he came a by mrs. Bessie Carroll songs a silent night holy and a shark the Herald Angels sing a accompanied a the piano by mrs. W. L. Carter a poem by Mary Lou Law a Solo a when i come to the end the Way a by mrs. Finances Cuthriell and accompanied by mrs. Thelma Porter and a Christmas Story by mrs. Dennis Leary. During the business session it a decided that the group would Send Chroma cards to service . And a collection was to Purchase gifts Foi patients at Pinecrest. A Lovely Christmas tree entered the class pm and members exchanged gifts delicious refreshments Wert served to Twenty six members and guests Bible study will began at 10.00 o clock sunday morning for All Ages at the Church of Christ on West Neville Street. The morning warship will by at 11 00 of clock with evangelist Reid Robinson of Shrewsbury delivering the Sermon. Young Peoples Fellowship will be held at 6 30 of clock followed by the evening warship at 7 45 of clock. The Public is cordially invited to attend All services. Count rvs a for you there can be no rest funeral services for mrs. Mary Virginia Conner 53. Who died at her Home at Coal City wednesday will be conducted today at 2. Pm. At the Coal City Communia i Church. Elder Lowell Lilly will i be in charge. Burial will follow in the farm by cemetery at Coal City. In world War i the germans maintained a special Hospital at Jena to care for dogs wounded a War service. Birth announcement or and mrs. Charles a. Lynch of bluejay announce today the Hirth of a son Paul James at the Raleigh general Hospital on november 21. The baby weighed seven pounds and ten ounces. Names and myths associated w Ith stars were originated by the Early inhabitants of Mesopotamia. Don t miss Brian Aherne on Armstrong s theatre today a 12 noon Wols 1240 he. V saturday rented her a gift wrapped in four Baptist Circle seven has meeting Circle number seven of the first baptism Church mrs. L w Adkins Leader held a Christmas pagent at their regular meeting thursday night in the Home of mis. O. W. God Bey on Queen Street with mrs. H. K. Mcculty Aseo to Tess. Mrs. cult mrs. D w Bey. Sen and mrs god Bey participated in the program. The Story of a the other Wiseman a w As Given by mrs Mcculty followed by a candlelight sri vice for in the armed forces mrs. Adkins presided Over the business Seton at which time it a voted to give gifts to patients at Pinecrest. In keeping with the Christmas spirit a lighted Christmas tree decorated the room and gifts w Ere exchanged by the members. Mrs. J. Q. Hutchinson closed the meeting with a prayer. Refreshments were served to eight members present. Church members organize Guild an organization of world wide Guild girls of the memorial Baptist chinch was formed at a meeting thursday night in the Home of the Rev. And mrs. C. E. Walker of South Kanawha Street. Blevins was elected president of the group and other officer named were sue Simms vice president Bernice Cox. Secretary and Joyce Unk nits treasurer. Refreshments were served to nine members at a meeting this week of the Mission Circle of the Church mrs. Claude Linkous led the devotional program and a Stork Shower was Zirn for mrs. Edward Hatcher. Refreshments were served to 4 1 members and guests. J. It v. Of lieu in a Civ i it up. Is ii a for me there should be no Vaca i different Christmas boxes with Tion from the part i can play to the words a Here lie the remains help win the War. I. Therefore of a faithful Gambler written on solemnly Promise to continue to card. Buy United states War savings gift was a theatre ticket Stamps and Bonds to the limit of he promised her if the school in my ability throughout my sum rolled a new class. Two classes Mer vacation and until Victory is en0lled, one of which has 15 of Raleigh county members All of w Hom Are to school children last summer. Men except two. Judge Grants two divorce decrees it s a Maix Captain Ted Mcdowell stationed at fort Knox is an aide to colonel Moose who recently Camel there from Camp Pickett. After. Herbert Norman Mckenzie and All the officers had been Intro duo put Cleo Mckenzie were re they gave their addresses and divorced by an order by judge when Ted gave his address As Clarence w. Meadows yesterday. Beckley the colonel immediately the Mother was Given custody of asked. A Beck Lewhy. Haugh their one child. Dolphin Belk meter has visited there twice in the Kenzie. They formerly resided at Home of a Young lady named Mary Macarthur. Belle Hobert Jarrell was granted a How Well did Ted remember divorce from mrs. Bertha Jarrell. Mary Belle who always was one but she was Given custody of their of his a a aides in the annual toy two children Patricia Jean la. Fund drive. Fran Moose the and Charles Scottie three. Colonels daughter is a student1 with Mary Belle at West Virginia no portion of the Earth a surface University and visited her Here is wholly without earthquakes. Extra special a climbed number Waey a 2 for i of our beat reme wave Pink lady a e now 5.<h 12.5b now 6.25 other it aves machine a machine cold wave each wave wrapped and timed of Marguerite our guarantee Means something Marguerite phone 6931 main St Childs Coos relieve misery direct r it without �?odosing.1�?� Mvi amp in Holiday specials Machina wave $2 50 us machine a wave $5 Oolf 3old wave. $10.oo it t fluff a c Beauty la o Sai on scrip accepted phone Soi main St. Over Foster hardware so Iolite starter set Geisha i ionic Chinai the prunes Blossom Symbol of Spring Ond of Joy is he Motif of this Pottern. Lightly embossed Ond painted in soft Blue it is appealing in its simplicity. You May use it correctly for All occasions. 20 piece service por 4 people 4 dinner plates 4 b Eod Ond Ruder plot 4 salad place 4 Tea run Ond Saucer $56.84 additions Ava 11a111 Hou on Stock White Ross pharmacy a Beckley # leading drug store Corner e. Main and North Kanawha Street Quot pin Worms cant harm my child i better learn the truth Mother you May think that pin worm Are iut a Barmie Nim Ance. Or you May think that Thi tormenting embarrassing infection at Ripkee nil it certain Type of people. Don t you Lelieve it Rich or poor Young or old anybody anywhere can have pinworm. And three crawling pest living a and growing inside the human body. Can cause real distress. So watch out for the warning Sirn that May mean this Nasty infection a the aggravating rectal itch also uneasy stomach bed wetting nervous fidgeting and uneven appetite. Of you suspect pin worm. Get a package of pm Tablet right away. And he sure to follow the direction. Pm is the new pm worm treatment developed by the laboratories of or. D. Jayne son. Amer jct s leading specialists in worm medicines. Important scientific discovery the Small easy to Tae pm Tablet Eon Tain a remarkable drug Gentian Violet i that is being hailed by High medical authorities As the most effective Means Ever discovered for Healing with pin worm. Thanks to Thi important new scientific discovery. To work in a special gentle Way to destroy stubborn pin worm. A a your druggist pm for pin worm free amazing Meta polishing cloth. Works like magic polishes Silver by just rubbing. Or Good will gift your for the a Kirg this month Only. Clip this and and end it with name and address to dept a a or. D. Jayne a Sun. Z Vine St., 1�?~hilap. Week end specials Oriental spice cake with delicious spice creamy icing featuring danish pastry Ca. 5c Coffee Akes Ca. Hic Jelly filled doughnuts. I for hic specials Walnut pies50c pumpkin pies .50c Graham Cracker pies50c Large assortment . 24c fruit cakes la. $1.25 the Quality pastry shop Neville St. Opposite Baptist Church Beckley Beckley biggest basement values ladies Coats Igo untrimmed Coats sieges Browns reds and Blacks special $14.50 and $10.50 girls Coats plaids and solid heavy interlinked. Size 7-14 special sh.98 and ss.98 ladies budget dresses just arrived prints and solids size 9-44 special $2.98 and s3.98 ladies Hoise Coats very hard to get Beautiful patterns special $2.98 and $3.98 children a dresses very hard to get just arrived. Sizes 7-14 special $1.39 ladies i Oik Quot Wool sweaters Nice colors Pullover and Button fronts $1.98 Yery hard to get items this merchandise is very scarce almost unobtainable boys Mac Kin has and Finger tip Coats some Hhd Wool solids and plaids. Sues 8-18. Special $7.98 up s and boys leather jackets a sizes. Special $12.50 boys Ori l Roy slits Long pants All colors sizes 2-6 $5.98 boys Sailor slits in All Wool sizes 3-8 special to urdu hard to get just arrived Beautiful towels assorted on colors and fancies �3cup a Hineline bed a spreads. up boys shirts plaid flannel Small medium and Large Jet in assorted colors. D l blankets Sheet. Plaids to extra size special. Joc Indian blankets part Wool i to special. Lar re sizes. To i other blankets 25% do no do no Wool to House slippers a menus women a and children s. Hard to get. We were fortunate in obtaining this Large selection. C Hildren and a i to women i i a to <5 i 1/0 menus 79c to 82.98 Heber St. Quot Hub Beckley w. A. Exceptional for these times 10% off on every Vogue fur trimmed and sport coat All Wool Coats trimmed smartly with precious hard to get furs # no exceptions a no replacements seeing i brie no its hard to believe that such gorgeous Long wearing Vogue Coats Are reduced 10% so Early in season. B j Rome and see. And save Here Are Only a few of the Many Coats in the vast group $30 value feeds us Ter shag c9c sports Coats on Sale. $30 to $35 value Black Brown and red c97 c Hester Fields on Sale. It i 39.95 value too diag no Lama c7c mannish Type coat on Sale. Djo $49.95 value Trostmann a a Devarra a too Cut Wool sports Coats on Sale. $59.95 value Juillard. Vii Wool. Wolf Collar. Fico hand i i lore d coat on ale $89.95 value too Wool needlepoint Squirrel trim dress coat on Sale. Viz $79.95 value a a f Blue too Wool Blue fur Collar i r trimmed coat on Sale $89.95 value Tro it Mann Veleska. Lynx Fox eur trimmed coat on Sale. $ i of Quality first a Quality lasts

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