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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1945, Beckley, West Virginia Two Beckley Post Herald Beckley w. Va., Friday morning october 5, 1045 Fayette county news fifth car of paper loaded Albert Bennett injured in mine Oak Hill. Oct. Albert Bennett. Of Oak Hill is being treated at the Oak Hill Hospital for in a i i a a i lied Early Tori a ,.�? a re at the Summerlee uak -111 coach m Gay Back forestry and meet from overseas duty conducted in mount Hope Quot mount Hope a private forestry meeting o Mccoy former and Lions club Miller to head dramatic club reception planned Oak Hill oct first class Ernest teacher and assistant coach hop oct. 4 a a Beckley h. B. F farm folks q p Auldridge ,. Of i. Is bpm a Quot Lim Lilly Beckley w. C. Perval. Day. The Gold room in the Mountaineer he was at wor1 in High school is a aah. Reported to have been his a in on wbb Treel. Dan c r of fifth car of paper was loaded Gay injured when he was caught Beju a a a a Elf flu j culture department of West Vir-1 Lucille Hull Oak Hill oct. Kellis Miller was elected president of the j Thomas Beckley Oak Hill High school dramatic Surveyor Frank club at the noon meeting yester-1 mount Hope. Oct. 4 a the pending a thirty Day leave with a demonstrati0n tour a i. I other officers Ait Brent Hor hotel in mount Hope tonight after j Morgantown senator o d. Ha., vice president George Gar Angle and his wife and 13-year Beckley p l. Vest Princeton Cia Secretary and Bob Painter old son have arrived in Oak Hill Clifton Dodson Fayetteville mrs treasurer. To take up residence in the Par 2 divorce suits Fayetteville oct. 4 a two new divorce suits were filed in for new minister Sass and Viretta Janet Wiseman against Ovel Thomas Wiseman Oak Hill. Oct. 4 a the newly Kenneth h. Martin of Mont appointed pastor of the Oak hillz0mery is attorney in both actions. Methodist Church the Rev. A. A the local i ions club and boy scouts saturday. Ralph Bailey chairman of the paper Salvage committee that it would not table for a City the i Hope to save so my it not been for the c said cd vol at been pos ocl size of mount paper had operation of tween the top of a motor and the roof of the mine at the new River operation at 2 a. In. Torn our a not 6, 1944, and has served twelve Tahud was with Patton s until he received third a Heads mrs. Be son mrs. G t. Davis mrs. Minnie j initiation mrs. Albe Amick or months and one Day overseas. Hernia University discussed a tour army that was made to farms and strip a _ t Arm it 1 a a Frank Carter and mrs. R. L. Mullens All of Fayetteville and plans were made to service on hold an monday Relief at last for your cough mining areas and told what was Hou oar ves Aud business houses placing the paper in bundles on their front porches or other available places a Here it could be readily picked up. Bailey stated also that the pro Quot mount Hope have been j Orts in the i but that he $4,000 verdict against company Yanutolo Abd s. C. Cappellari Quot adding As Janutolo and company. Pie of mount nope Nave Uvea Fayetteville oct at lauded for their efforts in nil l5 . After deliberating for paper Salvage drives but that he an dour and fifteen minutes to wished to a Hank especially the Day the jury brought in a ver members of the boy scout troops fijut Jor $4,000 against c. G. And the following Volunteer divers o. Maxed a vie Stark Mallei Case involved the death of Summers. Fred , l. U. F Jarry Luther plumb a boy nearby Gerald c. E. Done g. years of age of Concho at hams r. W. Bailey and c. R. A str a Nii Nink operation of Janu Hermans. Tolo and company. The testimony. I brought out that the plumb boy was playing hide and seek with j his companions and had crawled j in under an Over hanging Rock in a test Hole not far from his i a we i a r n a a in t a i mated to it High Between four Anda five tons Felt in on him. Oak Hill. Oct. 4 a private a Mot on was made by Holstein re lense attorney Frank love to set is Aie a Aid to be shoulder injury september 26, seen. 1944, at Metz Fiance in the Battle of Maselle. He was later transferred to the f fifth medical division. Mccoy has served in England France Germany Austria and i been stripped. This is the largest wears the Good conduct medal tree seed planting program in West the american defense ribbon and i Virginia where Trees have been the european theater of opera-1 planted on raw soil tons ribbon with four Battle stars. I following that they visited the he of Erib Ltd a visit this afternoon to Kilsyth where farm folks and forestry representatives saw experimental seeding and planting to cover land where Coal has i mrs. C. Hope. If. Mccoy of mount Edward Bugin is Home on leave Whipple oct. 4 a coxswain Edward Bugin is spending a 30-Day leave with his parents or. Chronic bronchitis May develop if after his furlough he will re j. T. Bays farm near Summerlee i. I week end cues of his parents 4u a. I port to Camp Campbell Kentucky where they saw def restated Aad mrs Charles Bugin of ship Anuj mrs p Baldwin of be s week where he is eligible for a Dis farm lands used for Grazin pie. Charge november first and will i they next a touted Quot the j. C. In service for 30 months he has return to his duties at Oak Hill Shumate farm near Skelton and two years duty overseas to his High school. Son age. The minister and his wife will evening at 7 30 ., for the Fob be honoured with a reception Sun lowing new members Mary canniday from 2 30 until 5 ., at the Mcgrady Leta Lee Bumgardner Church and mrs. Sue Scott Gen your cough Chest cold. Or acute Bron Olivene Kincaid Mary l Scott enl chairman requests All Church chitin is not treated and you cannot Patsy Ferguson Denny Waters members friends of the Church afford to take a Chance with any medium Nutter and Bill Francow. And pastors to attend. Cine less potent than or emulsion Iti to. ,. Last sunday or Anele for which goes right to the seat of the miss Zeia Bishop English inf a it it Fork a Deb cred his trouble to help loosen and expel germ Struc tor is club sponsor. 7\ y Veiera rus Laden phlegm and Aid nature to cot Sermon at the Church. He is00he and heal raw tender inflamed h As i eave succeeds or. I. S. Tyler who re bronchial mucous membranes. Pirn Cap Reto. Tired earlier this fall. Or emulsion blends Beechwood Tus private be and mrs. Tyler Are now Liv creosote by special process with other Leon a i j Bdl win stationed at eng in their Home on pea Ridge time tested medicines for coughs lamp Lee Virginia was the after moving there from the Par it contains no narcotics. No matter How Many medicines you have tried Tell your druggist to. Sell you a bottle of or emulsion with aluminium was discovered Only the understanding you must like the 3,100 Hunting licenses sold Herbert Holstein to get discharge ass e Mair a a c a a a a a a a a in a a Tober 2 at Camp Atterbury Indi taken up at a later Day in the Ana. After two years and 25 Days term service with the infantry. Be?7,1943,cand7e�i Ved i miss Shackleford training at fort Bragg. No ii to i pc Carolina. He shipped out for Over t comes Bride it seas duty March 3. 1944. Holstein has served in Scotland England Wales France Luxom Burg Belgium. Germany and wears the Bronze Star Good con Thomas Mcnally Fayetteville oct. Lacy c Neely county clerk says thai 40 per cent of this amount during the month of september e suggested that land be re just past his office took in j forested to take the place of coat $6,237.50 for Hunting licenses. He j that is being worked out. A about feels this is some sort of record 50 per cent of the land is in for do As it Means that Over 3,100 per est a he said a and about 70 per n. Have purchased licenses Over cent should be in Forest in order floods to hold water month. He cites the following in the soil and to prevent figures to show the extent of the j increase since 1940 in september during the meeting he showed j of 1941, sales amounted to picture slides depicting what was $1639.50 1942, $1164, 1943, $2360 being done in West Virginia in and 1944, $2342.50. The Way of re fore Straton of spoil he also Points to a decided in j bands resulting from strip Alining crease in clerks fees for the re the committee in charge com wording of documents and other prised la. B. Thomas Raleigh items calling attention to $865.65 county agent Beckley Floyd j for the month of september just j Rothlisberge District conserva months and is stationed in the Pacific area at present. Both Are former Oak Hill High school athletes. Their sister Irma Hawks was recently discharged from the United states army nurse corps in which she served As a Lieuten i red Star. La. Walic Here he visited relatives a Little More than 50 years ago. Way Quot it quickly allays the cough per 5 a t a 5 a a a a most a go in in t and selective cutting. J Asiatic Pacific ribbon with three Dean Orton said further that j Battle stars. In went Virginia agriculture ranks j lie reports to san Pedro Cali second to Coal mining. He also i forma for further assignment at stated that the income from land the end of his leave was $170.000,000 in 1944, Anc for i \ brother pharmacists mate products accounted for about third class Walter Bugin has also been in the Navy for the past 30 strictly fresh a Grade a eggs Doz. 49c in Cartons �,,.r&Quot"0 m nip re past he mentions that in the zionist Beckley f. H. Halstead. Hurt Quot medal european theater of me Dou Blidge. Oct. 4 Sarc month of 1940, Lees for that forester of the new River com Utiss Georgia Shackleford Haugh work amounted to $604.32 1941, Pany mount Hope and a. Hayes $955.80 1942, $659.30 1943, j Miller Favette county agent $551.25 and 1944, $634.55. I Fayetteville. This does not take into consid those going on the tour were Charles Al n. There is no charge. As an sex j Winston Fayette county r. H. Ample of this approximately 250 Massey Ansted j. N. Hammond discharges were recorded during Ansted Frank Halstead mount september and an untold number i Hope w. B. Sayers Charleston of certified copies were Given to George Fry Beckley j. Harries discharged veterans without Cost. Miller Fayetteville w. H. Trump j Beckley Floyd Rothlisberge 4 marriage License Beckley g o. Martin Mont i c a i j Gomery d. B. Bonebrake Blue App cations riled a st0wn. Fayetteville oct. 4 a Shaler Giller Fayetteville g records in the office of Lacy h. Overholt Charleston John r. B. C. Holstein of Oak Hill. Roby b. Mcgraw Margolin Morgan operations ribbon with three Bat ter of or and mrs. W. C. Shack tie stars combat infantryman Leforc of Meadow Bridge became badge the presidential unit Cita Bride of Thomas Francis motion and the purple heart Lor a a f. Air or and mrs la la wounds received january 14> b f my Vav of West Orange c,utl0n he tremendous amount of h. G. Farmer Bolt i qts at t nip Bourc m c in a 11 y of Range work for servicemen for which f k. Peck Morgantown 1945, at luxe Moodig. New Jersey in a single ring Cere n he plans to a p a a t Mon performed september 15, at uate course at the local j the Christ methodist Church in school this year and will enter Charleston by or. J. Claire Hoff College next fall. I he is the son of or. And mrs. Bride o War for the occasion a Gray Wool suit with Gray and Black accessories and a j shoulder Corsage of american gets discharge Beauty roses. Her Only ornament was a Pearl Lavalier worn by her _ ,. I Mother at her wedding. Meadow Bridge. Oct. 4 i mrs. Estrue Harrah of Mead staff sergeant Roby b. Mcgraw i son Graw of Meadow Bridge in Ziack and White Wool w Ith Black Cei Ved his discharge from the accessories. Her Corsage was of separation Center at Chanute i White roses. Field Illinois september 29. L h. Gress of Charleston serv a member of the eighth aired As Best Man. Force he has been in the service the Bride a graduate of Mead for five years. He served As alow Bridge High school is employ gunner in the european theater of cd As a teacher by the Fayette operations. J county Board of education. His decorations include the air1 or. Mcnally is a graduate of a a a a oun1 and Luther a medal with three clusters the West Orange High school and at orc Smith 47, and Nellie Olive distinguished flying Cross and the tended schools of engineering in Moye 31, both of Oak Hill. Eto ribbon with two Battle stars new York. He is now employed when he received his discharge by the Carbide and Carbon chem 1 be Coconut Palm Trees fring the sergeant had 80 serve Points j Leal corporation in South Chalies Iny a ilm Beach and from which to his credit. Ton. The resort Island derives its name mrs. Mcnally is now residing Iare the result of the wrecking of a her parents unfit the in of Quot of Lanish cargo of coconuts off the actin pc it i i r n the a boy a term when she will Atlantic coast in 18.9. Al i Lino r i l l a join her husband in Charleston. Sergeant ropy a. Mcgraw Owbridge who was the Bride s l 1 u1. A Bernoit Charleston John r. Of or. And mrs. E. R. My on y attendant wore a suit of Lee it of Only dark disclose that Smith Daniels Basil h. Stinnett u of Meadow a ride. Re i us. A u,._ijthe following applications for or real prompt Relief from marriage licenses have been filed with him recently will in in Argabright 21, of Hilltop. And i Ola Mckinney 19, of red Star Troy Green 21, and Louise minor 17, both of Lansing Dorse Lee Lilly 34, of Eccles and Marie Elizabeth Kenney 23, aching stiff sore Muscles Oue to colds rub on Muster Ole of you suffer from muscular aches and pains Myett Eville Ort. 4-Ncw Les in Fox appointed suits filed with mrs. L. S. Tully _. Circuit clerk include the follow Constable for Layette ing divorce actions Josephine vigilante is. Toney vigilante Fayetteville oct. 4 a the William g. Thompson attorney j county court met yesterday in Ruth b. Peters is. Dennis Peters their regular monthly meeting. Mahan and White attorneys re Only routine business was trails Taro Ann Hollins Worth is. Carl acted except the of Hollingsworth i a Myles at Leslie Fox As Constable in Quin in referred to is rheumatic pains and Torney Ray Reed is. Ann Reed Neimont District to fill a vacancy a Quot from ugh pain Hay. To 7ni found prompt Clit of fro in d my. A. Myle amp attorney zeil Opal existing there. Compound no. 4<>. They Praise it High m left is. Leon Melton Mullen William g. Thompson attorney the invention of Felt is some and Anna Louise Thorne is. Rob a a pm ascribed to Oriental Shep Ert Thorne t. A. Myles attorney herds. Ivo. I Ltd. Evv Aine by. Get a Pac Kaine and try it today. Caution Usa Vonjj a directed. I i ii w a i m a a it if Iii in by a pm be i p Siti. Beckley. W. A m i l orders killed tonight a the night to tune in on Bordi tvs or fat in w Ginny Simms show its Ginny a second Friday of fun music and excitement on her Jefferies appeals trespassing charge Fayetteville oct. 4 a transcripts filed by Justice of the face w. H. Level of Oak Hill show than an Appeal was taken by Lawrence Jefferies on a charge of trespassing and destroying property of Dewey Jones Albert Payne it mount Hope and Howard Craddock of Oak kill Are being eld to the a id jury on charges of theft of automobile wheels and tires Sargema a Perez Martinez of Kay Moor s being held under $590 Bond for the grand jury on charges of manufacturing liquor without a License and Conrad Coleman is charged with embezzlement Ann Sale of a Juke Box and is under $500 Bond. Case against Hunter to beg in on Friday Fayetteville oct. 4 a beginning tomorrow morning the Case of the state of West Virginia which sues at die Lively Admond William a. L. Hunte company wit Tomey Frank plaintiff and Chas. E. Maha pears for the defendants. This has to do with the a1 a booting of Williams in a game by or. A l. Hunter months ago. The reial on of bid mini Strator for Ray is Cie eased against r and his bonding get underway love re preset at the it is estimated that i nine of every ten Chil one or More decayed tee time they reach the age Ore the Hof be of hits now showing today to if tuesday the answers in Warners sensation of suspense and Man woman madness Mai a cigarettes popular brands a Carton $1.25 pig and hog feed too la. $3.69 24t Dairy feed too la. $3.10 Low prices every Day my my Virgin Early june peas n12c j amp g. Special Coffee a. 29c puffed wheal Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 t. 17c Black eyed peas no 17c Sunshine crackers 2 Al 36c fruitcakes 2 l$179 for overseas mailing Higrade Peanut butter 2 % 43c Pennick starch 3 123c Light globes 40 Watt and 50 Watt 9c a potatoes to. S. No. I a to the. 33c White grapes a 229c Carolina new program with Ber guest Star Jack arson. You la want to be there. Gather round very in qty and listen in wils�?7 30 . A int a 7?0n/e/ij Sweet potatoes 3 21c tomatoes red Ripe slicing. 14c oranges California. Doz. 38c pears 16c Choice the biggest show in town Starks delicious apples by. Sus All beef skinless weiners 41c la. Buy a Box the Durante Moore show a Leone with the nose 5 Jimmy a the one with the hair l carry the one in the Middle is i Mari ago. The music you hear is Roy Rangy a a of Riestra. Jeu Sullivan is the Gill with the voice. It s on the air tonight you Usu Siim a miss it the whole thing is colossus tender fresh pork liver it. 22c pork chops and smoked pork shoulder while they last Bologna no Points. La buy by the Roll 29c t Eyers fresh presid. La. 4sc Oleo Margarine. La i. 26c 10 00 . Wils crab Orchard Road on your dial Columbia network of v. A Feather your nest with a Little Down Nixon furniture co. 515 Neville Street Quality furniture 313 Prince Street

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