Beckley Post-Herald from Beckley, West Virginia on June 25, 1947 · Page 12
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TWELVE MAN IS ARRESTED ON THREE COUNTS · Frederick W. Smallwood waf lodged in the Raleigh County jail yesterday on charfet of felonious assault, destruction of property and being drunk. He was arrested by Constable R. L- Child*. Richard Adkins was arrested by ,,, .Constable Howard Keatley on a in a local boapital, will be;charge of obtaining money under NUT SERVICES K KEG TODAY IN COAL CITY CHURCH FuiMrtl MTV** for Basil Hurt, ·4, of Coil City, who died Mon EIGHT COUPLES ASK BECCLET POST-HERALD, BICKLIY, W. VA. Eight mtrriaf* application! wert filed yesterday in th* County LOCAL COLORED NOUS WEDNESDAY MORXING, Jt'NE 25, 194T day afternoon. Dinner will At a mlucted at 1 p. * today at pretenses. Burial will be in the Hurt ceme- 1 ' nun, American L»fion Auxiliary Unit 70, delegat«t who attended tha recent district meeting at Hotel Hill Clerk's office and two licenses m Oak Hill announced to members that Mrs. C. D. Trent, presi were issued. . , . Those applying were: Eugene I **«* 9* I 0 ** 1 unit . WMd .yt ) f d Cornett, 19, Eccles, and Ada Belle j Jj^fj^ presidio/the* D£ Wilson, 19, Beckley; James O. par tment of West Virginia. Th« 1 I IIAV I Illlf AIIC Hicks ' 80 - Be * ver * nd Imo*« n « I Department meeting will convent li LUuT LINMJUo Ward - 18 Glen Morgan; Fields at Parkersburg in August at which l b V V I MllllVVV riaude Hutchens, 24, and Mary time Mrs. Trent will be voted on RICO IT CHI I |lll||! Trovato 20 - Beckley; Beryl Ran- i n opposition with other candidate! lUrA A I AIII i [· JIM jdolph Maynard, 25, Rhodell, andif or the same office. Delegates to O f! Mrs. Lucy Icie Linkous, 73, Sul-iJchn Henry Morgan, 20, Killarney, j Hobart Dandridge, Mrs. Frances jlivan, died at 1 a. m. yesterday at j and Dolphine D. O'Neal, 19, Glen j Taylor and Mrs. C. D. Trent. on* son, James t«r, Mrs. Tbelma ^Js.^Sihw Mrs Annie Hurt the" home" of her granddaughter, j White. of StanafordV thre^ sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Louise Kidwell, Sullivan, af- B illy B. Simmons, 22. Shady £die Thomas, of StAlbans, Mrs.jter-an extended U ness Spring, and Sarah Susan Bennett, At Welcome Ba»tkt Tnniffht Wrdne;dav niffht June 25, the Building Fund will pre- Sadie ThOmaS Of St. AlDanS, Mis. j « A ·»" *.«!.*.«%.%.« ". ·-- opiiiHj, ai.iu oaiaii ouaau wcuusi.-., ^o, me ouuuiiig ruuu WIM §«.».- Callie Smith 'of Baltimore, Md.,| Mrs. Linkous was born July 2,121, Beaver; James Vallandingham,)sent a unique program. The fol- smd Mrs Gladys Akers. of Sulli- 1873 in Pulaski County, Virginia!21, and Doris Walker, 19, Naoma; '-"--'«- -~i«:.*. ...jit.*;«« ,«i«.- MV* van-and'a grandson, Vernon Hurt, and moved to Raleigh County in ---' " J T *- »-i-u-- «, _ *_ _ _ * * * 1 1 AA4 of Mullens, also survive. Active pallbearers will 1922. Her husband, Charles Linkous, -- , J1Vi ,,,«,,,«,,,,,, ^,**^~, Bryan Burton, Lee Shelton, O. E. preceded her in death 22 years Martin, Milton Smith, Willis Mea-j ago . dows, Bill Mays, Charlie Drum-; She is survived by six sons: ________________ , _., ______________ heller, and J. M. Cannoy. ! Raymond Linkous, Welch; Sam j Charles Interdonato, 32, Beckley, and Raymond Joseph Belcher, 21, and Doris Steve, 17, East Beckley, colored. Licenses were issued to: Earlden Ray Davis, 21, Sprague, and Coral McMae Shuck, 18, East Beckley; Linfcous, Beckley; Dewey Linkous DEFENDANT WI?. S^ a nd William Linkous, Washington, A verdict in favor of the de-, D c Eugene Linkous, Maryland; fendant was awarded by a Circuit d Hatcher Releigh-Sullivan Court jury yesterday in the case af Buster D. Mitchell vs. R. E. Neeley. received when he was assaulted by Neeley in the Lewis Chevrolet Company last May 21. and Mary Mabscott. FINED fit Road. Billy Drumheller, Biuefield, was Two brothers, Doc Graham, j fined $10 and court costs when Tennessee; and Rush Graham, Il-jaraigned before Magistrate George -'"- '"" |O. Mills yesterday on a charge of at the operating a motor vehicle without license plates. He was arrested lowing soloists will sing solos: Mrs. Addie Toney, Mesdames Elsie Steward, Jennie Jo Thompson, Amanda Hargrove of Stanaford, Lucy Bagley, Mary Berger, Lelia Neighbors, Chester Thompson, Margaret Belcher, Flora Grasty, Virginia Jackson, Jean Saunders, The survive, body will remain Calfee Funeral Home until fun* eral arrangements are completed. by state police. GRANT'S AUlMal Porch Chairs Rtd, free*, Mm tad wfcite. $3-88 $3.88 W.T. NT 328 Neville St - Becklej, W. Va. Harmony Four of East, Park, and Harps of Zion Jr. of Cunard. Papers will be read by Virginia Ward, Mary Baldwin, Elain Anderson, Bernice Thompson and Eugene Ward. The Nbf th Beckley Youths and other groups will also serve. Mrs. C. D. Trent will be main speaker. Helen Bartley, mistress of ceremonies, Rev. J. A. Divers, pastor. Charlotte Sinter* Here The Seventh Trumpets Quartet of Charlotte, North Carolina, have the following engagements in singing contests with the Pilgrim Travelers: tonight, June 25, # Hinton; Thursday night, Rhodell; Friday night, Winona, and Saturday night at Cal's Creek. Annual Contest More than 10 singing groups and more than six soloists will appear in the annual quartet and solo contest which will be held at 7 p. m. Sunday, June 29 in the Memorial Building, eBckley. All are invited to be present. Jones Rites John Robert Jones died in the home of the Rev. W. J. Carter at Sullivan Sunday morning. For five years he served as deacon of Killarney Temple Baptist Church of Killarney. Funeral services will be conducted at Killarney Temple Thursday at 1:30 p. m. with the Rev. J. A. Divers officiating. Bur* ial will be made in Killarney. There were no relatives. Social Club Meet. All members of the Young Men's Social Club, all interested in becoming members, and all wishing to renew their membership are asked to attend the meeting tonight at Bruce's Diner. Girls who have received cards asking their interest in the forthcoming queen contest are asked to send in their photos soon. The chosen queen will be crowned at the anniversary ball to be given July 9. Personals Mrs. M. Askew will be hostess for the missionary society of Bakers Chapel Wednesday at 6 p. m. Mrs. Zora Henderson of East Park has returned from a 10-day visit with her sister, Mrs. Watts IM C. B. Penn who is ill in her home in Johnstown, Pa. Mrs. Katherine Allen, Mrs. Victoria Smith, and Sam Harbin of East Beckley have returnec^from a visit with friends in Cincinanti, Ohio. Nathan C. Ross of Biuefield, student in the department of Auto Mechanics of Hampton Institute, Virginia, is taking up his internship in John Moss' garage here. Ridge Chapel Notes The Building Fund Rally of the Ridge Chapel Baptist Church will be conducted Wednesday, June 25th by the Rev. Whitfield, his church and congregation of Lester, Thursday by the Rev. S. A. Abram and his people, and Friday by the Rev. W. M. Freeman and congregation. Several ministers and congregations will serve Sun- scrvtd at the church. The Junior Choir of the Ridge Chapel Baptift Church of Harper vfill have a wiener roast Saturday in Barker's Grove. ~ Circle Number 2 wil have a supper Monday, June 30th at the Mission Home. Brooklyn It*** The next regular meeting of the Willing Worker's Club will be held with Mrs. Carrie Coleman. , Mr. and Mrs. James Mosley! ' . . _ ur .. ivwl hv his spent the week-end with relatives!- Kellv _. is survived by his c. Lillybrook, Dies In Local Hospital Toney Columbus Kelly, 5«, of Princewick, died Monday night in a local hospital. He was an employee of the Lillybrook Coal Company at Killar- in Philadelphia. and Mrs. Robert Paige are 'Rose Kelly, Princewick; three sons: Gayle Kelly, Beckley; John d °Th g e S chorus of this place' Hospital, San Francisco, Cal- will render a musical at Price Hill Two building permits were issued Tuesday bj. the city recorders office Dewey Slaughter was granted a permit for the construction of a garage apartment on Westwood drive. Building costs were estimated at $6,000. A permit was granted to the Warren Construction Company for the building of a five-room house on Sixth Street. Building costs were estimated at $2,500. Thursday. Miss Spradlin of Beckley is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paige. Garten Happenings The Junior Choir will be in charge of the wiener roast Monday, June 30th. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Kelly, Princewick, also survive as Swell as three brothers: Frank i Kelly, Mullens; Emmett Kelly, {Princewick; R. F. Kelly, Midway; and thr- - sisters: Mrs. Emaline Bidwell, Princewick; Mrs. Vir- me 30th. ginia Simons. Marion, Va., and This organization will _ be rep-1 M Lu]a AdamS( R u ffin, N. C., resented at the 2nd District Sing- Jand three j c hildren. y I Funeral * ervices wil1 be held Mrs Mvrtle Witt and daughter^ 1 2:3 ° P- m - Thursday at the Coal s£ vSted friends 3^Ansted | Citv Community Church with the sie visnea iriena a\ /insieu. -- ,-, TT Junious Wood, Earl Claytor a n d | _ C. H. Misses Jean and Marguerite Clay-j tor of Downingtown, Pa. spent sev- j eral days visiting friends and relatives, i Sam Calloway has returned to his home from the Laird Memorial Hospital in Montgomery. Mrs. Lizzie Wood was called to Manaca, Pennsylvania by the seri-, ous illness of her daughter Mrs.j Susie Slaughter. She was accom-j panied by her son, Sidney, Claude; Smith, and Oswald Ritchie. j Misses Shirley and Sharon i Minims and Edmonia arMtin left; for Washington, D. C. where they; will visit their aunt, M ! .ss Nancy! Pinkard. \ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bibb at-1 tended the wedding of Mrs. Bibb's i sister. Miss Mildred Mosley and! John Hairston of Philadelphia. j WELL-BABY CONFERENCE A Well-Baby Conference will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at the Sophia Boy Scout Cabin, Mrs. Mabel Lewis, county health nurse, announced yesterday. The conference is sponsored by the Women of the Moose and Dr. E. B. Wray will be clinician. conducting, and burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. ""The body will be removed from the Calfee Funeral Home to the residence at Princewick at 4:30 p. m. today. Fellowship Meeting At the Assembly of God Church, eif Valley Drive St., where Rev. John Rasnake is Pastor. Speaker will be Wallace T. Odum of Dante, Virginia. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 7:30 P.N. Public Invited DODGE DEPENDABILITY Add up its qualities and features and then compare. Nowhere else do you get All- Fluid-Drive as Dodge supplies it. Nowhere else its full list of performance features. Nowhere else the smoothness of its power. Your turn is coming with this new world of driving experience. TH« LOWtST PHtCtD CA* WITH DONUM · CATBOM MOTOR CO., IMC 111 Prince St Bceklcy, W. Va. 25 % Reduction SALE! WOMEN'S WOVEN CANVAS LUGGAGE 21.1-. i* ^ft Regularly 16.95. A smart looking, striped tweed pat- cafe *··'· tern overnight case! Has cowhide leather bindings, roomy pockets in lid, body and tough leather carrying handle · Matching 26-inch pullman case, reg. 22.95....now 16.98. All prices subject to Fed. tax. 10" Matched Luggage Reg, 14.95 Women's 21-in. o v e r n i g h t ! Leather hound fabric · P u 11 m a n Regular price $21.50. Sale $15.98. Matching Luggage T*x Reg. 14.95. Leather bound o'nite case, canvas covered. · Pullman Regular Price $21.30. Sale $15.98 f * ,

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