Obit for William Guy May

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Obit for William Guy May - Not Registered for No. 1 Are Urged Rationing...
Not Registered for No. 1 Are Urged Rationing Board earl-test at some future date for audit. (Those who use sugar stamps for persons under fifteen years of age for the purpose of purchasing coffee, when It is rationed, will be violating Rationing Order No. 1 ) According to the Information at hand at present, institutional users, such as hotels, restaurant cafes, and boarding houses, will hare a 39 percent cut from their past usage of coffee. The date of registration has not been set. The War Price and Rationing Board urges that the parents or guardians of all children born since the original registration, register with their Local War Price and Rationing Boards and receive War Ration Book No. One. The Board also states that the responsibility is on the custodian of War- Ration Book No. One of people who have Joined the Armed Forces and people who have died. The custodian of these . books should Immediately turn them in to their local Board for cancellation. pre-4 restrte-tiona. GUY MAY DIES AT Tn Succumbs To Illness Of One Week Early This Morning William Ouy May died at the Greenwood Hospital this morning at 3:49 o'clock after a period of declining health and av. serious illness of only one week. " Mr. Msy was the son of Lonnle Oreen Msy and Mrs. Margie Strlbr ling May', former residents of Madison county. Oeorgla, and would have been 34 years of age next Jan. 37th. He moved to Ninety But with his parents 31 years ago and was a faithful employe of Jthe Ninety 8U cctton mill. Mr. May had many relatives and friends In this county and his native county who will learn with porfound sorrow of his untimely deatn. he was held in high esteem by all who knew him. He was a member oi Duke street Baptist church of Ninety But. . Besides his parents he is survived by his wife, the former Miss Laurie Scott, of Oeorgla; one sister, Mrs. Ines Reeder. Ninety Six and two brothers, Clarence Lane May, 8outh Greenwood and Roy Wilton May, Ninety Six. . . ' Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock trom Duke street Baptist church conducted by his pastor, the Rev. W. a Cromer and the Rev. W. H. Clark. Interment will follow In Hmwood cemetery. ' :' The following friends have been asked to serve as active pallbearers: Oene Betue. Fred Dowis. Fred Ross, Buna Wells, Bill Oortey and J. f. ChasUin. Honorary, Graay Hlghtower, Ouy Grant, Clarence Allen, John Morrtv Claudd VoUelle. Jim Attaway. Robert Barbery and Otis Porter. Until the funeral hour tlie body will be at his home on Spring street. Ninety 8ix. Ellis Funeial Home. The National Bureau of Standards. Department of Commerce, suggests saving fuel by setting dowrr the thermostat when the house is unoccupied. r I THAT for A

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  1. The Index-Journal,
  2. 04 Nov 1942, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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