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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1945, Beckley, West Virginia Beckley Post Herald Beckley w. Va., Friday morning october 5, 1045 five Greenbrier county news Adkins jailed in default of Bond it. Eugene Boyd returns to Post Lewis guards will get $150 g. I. A votes to give $50 to fund for aged Hinton oct. 4 a Lester Eugene Adkins 25. Of Hinton was committed to the county jail to Day by Justice John w. Cook in default of Bond of $1,500 in connection with unlawful wounding charges growing out of the alleged Shotgun wounding of c. W. Kanev Munsey tuesday evening. He waived a preliminary hearing and was ordered held to the action of the grand jury Bond fix eat $1,500. Munsey suffered shot wounds in the leg and thigh but was Able to leave the Hospital wednesday after receiving treatment. George Gill of Hinter was acquitted on charges of being intoxicated following a Hon hearing before Justice Cook who also held that Gills family had failed to produce sufficient evidence to warrant placing him under a peace Bond. Lewisburg rotary hears two talks Lewisburg oct. 4 a the Lewisburg rotary club has enjoyed two Worth while talks. Last week or. Lloyd c. Courtney chairman of the rotary education committee introduced John Lile who gave one of the most instructive talks heard in Many months on the importance end meaning of the rotary organization. This week at a Busi i Ness meeting or. Clifton w. Mcclinton past District governor and members of the local club introduced his guest maj. Wentworth Warren jr., who served overseas with the 17th general Hospital in Italy and the major spoke of the medical service give i in to the wounded in the War. Other guests included e. C. Gwinn of Alderson. George , St. Blairsville Ohio and Chaplin Eli Pilchik of the Navy son in Law of rotarian Lewis Schuchat. Alderson. Oct. 4 a lieutenant Eugene Boyd returned sunday to fort Meade. Maryland after spending a Short leave in Alderson with his family and parents. It. Boyd recently returned to the states from overseas duty where he served for a time with the tank destroyers but later was transferred to another division. Record number licenses sold Lewisburg oct. 4 a it May seem almost incredible but during september Hunting and fishing licenses to the amount of $2293.50 were sold to applicants at the county clerk s office the demand for them increasing As the opening of the Squirrel season Drew near. _ most of these permits to Hunt and fish were resident licenses. The number of licenses so far issued in Greenbrier during 1945 will run Well Over 5000, and 500 extra licenses ordered last week for fear the number on hand would be exhausted by the Rush were greatly reduced by the extraordinary demand. Lewisburg. Oct. 4 at the session of the county court this week drafts were ordered drawn on the general fund of the county for $150 for Kirk Leach and for the same amount for James Harman who Are guards at the Ronceverte Hospital for Vergil alias Puzzle Lewis under indictment for the alleged murder of his wife at Cordova on nov. 20. 1936. Lewis was very much Emacita the Hospital several weeks ago Lor treatment for pneumonia and diabetes. Lewis was very much emancipated from diabetes when brought Back in july from san Francisco cal., and was taken to the Hospital for treatment because there were no facilities for treating him at the jail Here. The Bill for guard service the county court allowed was for september. At the september session the county court allowed Leach and Eugene Stone the latter a former guard $50 each for their service in August. No Hospital Bill for Lewis care has yet been received by the court. Hinton. Oct. 4�?at a a Harvest Day luncheon wednesday afternoon in the cooperative Hall members of the g. I. A. Division a to. ,1.24. A Uteri to present s5p to 265 feeder Galves 1 sell for ,265 Lewisburg oct. 4�?some 265 the aged dependent Sisters fund at the Virginia West Virginia state meeting to be held in Alexandria Virginia october 16, which a number of members of the local organization will attend. Tile g. I. A. Canteen committee reported serving 454 service men and women at the american legion canteen october 2. Estates appraised Lewisburg oct 4 a according to tile report of the appraisers of the estate of John l. Laing tiled in the county clerks office tile value of the estate is placed by them at $6.650. The estate of attend convention Charleston to attend the state Lewisburg. Oct. 4 a state american legion convention. Of trooper Shirley Clinton has been ter the convention he and mrs. Granted a ten Day vacation and Clinton will visit relative in the today left with mrs. Clinton for state. Ask repairs on school building Good eggs Lewisburg. Oct. 4 a George Gardner coloured resident while working for the company which has installed lockers for food preservation Here was Given six Hen s eggs by a fort Springs woman and on taking them Home they were each found to have a double Yolk when being prepared for consumption. Mrs. Shirley Clinton on breaking six eggs while making a cake found each with a double Yolk and mrs. Harry Cooper broke an egg for use and found it had three Yolks. Larie Thompson at army Hospital Daytona b e a c h. Florida oct. 4 a but. Lakie j. Thompson formerly of Meadow Creek West Virginia has recently arrived at Welch convalescent Hospital the army a reconditioning Center in Daytona Beach Florida. The reconditioning program of this installation will Aid in the rapid recovery to health of this overseas Man. Pvt. Thompson entered the service in May of 1942 and has since served for 29 months with the famous 34th red Bull division. This was the first division to Cross the Atlantic in this War and the Welch Soldier was with it in Africa. Before his Entrance into the armed forces pvt. Thompson was employed by the Stover Coal co., Piney View West Virginia. He is the son of mrs. Sadie p. Bennett of Meadow Creek his wife Geraldine also resides in Meadow Creek. Mrs. Plumley found with her relatives Alderson. Ort. 4 a a committee appointed by the Alderson i woman a club and the Parent teachers association visited the Greenbrier county Board of education while in session monday and asked to have some repairing done on the fire escape and school building. Members of the Board returned with the committee and investigated the complaints of the committee and As a result work was started wednesday. Members of the two committees who made the complaints were mrs. E. R. Fletcher mrs. H. Ii. Brown mrs. J. E. Craig mrs. J j. Fleshman a. W. Mcthenia c. H. Bivens Rev. R. F. Johnson and j. N. Alderson. Visits Virginia Alderson oct. 4�?mrs. A. A Pugh has As recent guests mrs. O. R. Pugh and mrs. Wade Bryant of Roanoke Virginia. Mrs. By rant is the wife of Rev. James Bryant pastor of the first Baptist Church of Roanoke. Girls women attend conference Alderson. Oct. 4 a the following members of the woman a club attended the Southern District conference of women s clubs at Princeton on tuesday mrs. C. A. Dixon mrs. Carl Copeland. Mrs. Joe Craig mrs. J. N. Arnold mrs. H. Rodgers Mcvey miss Pauline Johnson mrs. J. J. Fleshman mrs. Frank Ogle and mrs. R. C. Cofer. Are you % 32 pass tests Lewisburg oct. 4 a there were 37 examined by the state police Here yesterday for License to operate autos. Of the number examined 32 passed. None better at any Price Hinton oct. 4 a mrs. Dewey Plumley 45, of near Sandstone who has been missing from her Home since september 2, was found this morning living with Distant relatives who reside beyond Lawn and an impending search of Woodlands by about 24 boy scouts and a group of men from the Sandstone Community led by state and county officers was called off just before the search was to begin. A son of the missing woman o. T. Honaker at whose request the search was organized was asked by Corporal s. C. Ballard of the Hinton state police whether he had communicated with All relatives replied that he had just thought of one family of Distant relatives not contacted. Corporal Ballard and Constable r. H. Honaker drove to their Home beyond Lawn and found mrs. Plumley. The son left his work in Indiana and returned Here when he was informed that his Mother was missing. It is never too late to get trained. You can get any position if you Are trained for it. We have helped tens of thousands men and women to build successful careers. We have trained More executives than any University College or other institution in the land. La Salle Extension University offers to every ambitious Man and woman an Opportunity t o Success a vocational advisor from la Salle will be at your service at the president hotel saturday evening and sunday october 6 and 7. 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Pinkham a tablets new Point ruling 4 Points instead of 2 for each Pound of used fats Gap Mills girl named Secretary state group Lewisburg Ort. 4�?the West Virginia association of future Home makers of America has been organized with miss Virginia Follansbee As first president miss Elizabeth shit let of Gap Mills Monroe county is Secretary. The organization is composed of Home economic students at 52 state schools. Lichten skin takes 3 minutes jut apply fast new Nix liquid. Lightens at once. No grease for clothes of pillows. Use any time. Nix liquid evenly smoothly Lightens skin in 3 minutes Witt Active ingredient works from beneath. Also acts As greaseless powder base. Helps dry up surface pimples loosen blackheads fade freckles to lighten skin. No waiting. You la to amazed. Druggists guarantee in. Kays Cut rate baking Poi Der improved flavor to everything you bake 9 George Rector gives you a Quick easy Way to make head of feeder calves were sold e. A Hanna is appraised at $12, Lor $17,431 at the third in a series 831.07.___ of state sales yesterday at the i i a a ,. Quot j _ and 117 heifers for $7,003 or an Lewisburg fan grounds thevcra6e o a 9g agriculture department said to other feeder calf sales Seh cd Day. Tiled include Petersburg Friday the sales included 148 steels Lumberton october 8 and Jack for $10,428 or an ave age of $70.46 songs Mill october la. Court directs Sale of Bonds Lewisburg. Oct. 4 a included in the personal property of the estate of Mary Bettie Haynes deceased Are file Treasury Bonds of $1000 denomination each. Charles n. Mcwhorter administrator of the estate having informed the county court that to make final settlement of the estate it is necessary to convert these Bonds into Cash. The court at its session this week directed him to sell the Bonds at the Market Price the Money from the Sale to be used in the final settlement. Disinfects. Deodorizes bleaches. 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And remember you save Money at our meat department just As you do at every department in our Complete Market. V f it a a v we via Al or. Round Steak Grade a 42c fresh ground be Bologna sliced. Frying chickens Grade a la. 4b. 23c la. Grade a City dressed. American i Ai i Cio us liver cheese sued. In. 43c Pickle amp Pimento loaf 35c spiced lunch loaf 57c in. 48c beef Short ribs 22c Shefford cheese 22c veal rib chops39c Keyko oleo23c veal a Grade a smoked shoulder roast29c link sausage 45c Lamb rib chops a. 47c butter cozz"49c Square Cut Trade a sliced shoulder roast 37c american Cheeser 39c fruits i vegetables grocery department grapes while or red. 2 in. 29c peaches Fri Yllo get 2 a. 33c oranges ah1 s&Quot.&Quot.1 a. 13c Honey Dew melons la 12c Lemons Sunkist. Do. 37c cucumbers dry 2 la 29c Green Beans 2 la 29c spinach to Quot do Quot. 2 lbs a 27c peppers we. In. 15c delicious apples red or Golden 2 in. 25c Green Lima Beans 2 la it. 35c carrots. 2 but sch. 23c cauliflower , 39c celery 19c collards or kale 2 la. 29c Mustard greens or turnip greens 2 head lettuce 2 baking potatoes 5 la head in. 29c 29c 33c i a yams Sweet potatoes 2 in. 18c milk Moon Rose Coliee c. S. Brand 6 53c w cant 3 59c Gold medal flour 25 a is 29 peaches a Quot syrup a a a n 32c in syrup can Fame apricots r, pickles whole Dill i picnics Krock cured it. Assorted flavors m. Amp s. Jelly i swifts preen. I 2-ox. Lass 12-ox. Can 51 Elk to Brand pork and Beans no. 2. Can 32c 29c 35c 17c 37c 14c in Ahkii Knib in a inc Fiona South Oakwood ave. Beckley a 1210 South Kanawha Stackley Oak Mill,. Self serve a All store Sample parking space. General

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