Beckley Post-Herald The Raleigh Register from Beckley, West Virginia on May 26, 1956 · Page 5
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Beckley, West Virginia
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Saturday, May 26, 1956
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REGISTER And POST-HERALD. BECKLEY. W. VA, SATURDAY MORXI.VG. MAY 26. 1936 Swimming To Be Allowed At Park On Wednesday FIVE Stratton Has Turkey Dinner Members of the Stratton High | School faculty and their guest-? I were entertained Thursday eve- jcing with a turkey dinner in the j dining room of the commercial I foods department. The Stratton Parent-Teacher Assn. gave the dinner. Gu^st speaker for the evening was the Rev. LeRoy Rob;:io:j, who spoke on the industrial and vocation opportaniues for youn peop'.e. Swxnming at .Little Beaver Park will be allowed on May 30, Park Director Frank Bowman said yes- I has been moved upstairs next to thv dauci.* pavilion. The downstairs restaurant has been remodeled to be used for private parties. ] Four new aluminum boats have! been purchased, j New picnic tables will be placed a: the park. Last fail S2.CKH) was spent to clear cut tree stumps at 'the upper end of the lake. n carge o arrangements for ' the dinner wa- the PTA social committee composed of Mrs. Ella Rob- · Mildced Bovden. inscn. Mrs. Frances; Smith. Jennie Carter, Mrs. Bertha Adams. ! Maggie s, Mrs. Venable. Mrs. Hilda' Beatrice Hairston. Mrs. Douglas Siarkey, and Mrs. Canterbury Congratulated Beckley's happiest boy, Alfred 1 Beckley Air Force Recruiting Canterbury Jr., is congratulated j Station on his recent appointment by Cap:, Holiie White, of t h e j to the Air Force Academy. Cani lerbury received his appointment Stratton High School Grads Given Awards At the 30th commencement exer-sof ?5, the Dr. A. D. Belton science cises of Startton High School last i award of $10 and the Readers Di- nigm numerous awards were made I gest Scholastic Award. ABI Property Dedicated The property for Appalachian Bible Institute was dedicated yesterday nftomoon with about 125 Kuesis attending from the Fourth Annual Biblo Conforvwe in Whitcsville. The institution is being constructed at Bradley. The Rev. L. E. Pipkin, (center) president of t!v college, points out work already started on the first unit of the tnain school building. The Rev. Fred Morningstar, diroctor of the tri-stato bi\adcasti:ig Corp. of Matewan. w;us the guost speaker. He said such institutions are the answer to problems facing Americans during the "Hydrogen" world. Formal dedication of the build- in gr; will be in September. The buildings will IK" ready to oc- aijjy tilts fall. Work was started on the buildings about one month ago. to graduates of the class of 1956. Maggie Earl was awarded tha Ralph J, Bunche Gold Key Scholastic and Citizenship Award, the , Alpha Kappa Alpha scholarship in tne lorm or a telegram | award of § 100 ^ Phi De!la Kap *_ Wednesday night from Sen. William R. Laird. scholarship award of $25, Roy Dawson received the Ralph J. Bunch Gold Key Scholastic and! Citizenship Award, the Ritchie- Jchnson Funeral Parlor $10 science award, the M. E. English mathematics award of $10, and the Louise Monroe Terry music award Beckleyan Is Appointed To Air Force Academy Dr. N. L. Collins Spanish award j of $10. Air Force ___ You have just been given principal appoint- | C* T"» 1 T"% *n ment to Air "Force Academy -- j r}f*vf*n ovrd rrillf^rmari waiiamR Laird m- k^V^V^ll Uym 1 IHlOllIltU.1 Canterbury is the first Beckley! boy to go to the Air Academy. He } Students Given Awards Byrd. Later the late Sen. Har-' Seven students of Byrd Priller-; was given by Dr. N. L. Collins. ley M. Kilgore became interested i man High School were recipients of | airs. LeAvis, president of the! in" Canterbury and became his ' awards at their 26th Annual Com-j Parent-Teacher Association, pre-j champion. Sen. Laird carried Eil-i meacement exercise, Wednesday ] senied to the third ranking stu- j gore's request through securing j night. !^5 nt He "H7 Carter. Jc. son of j the appointment. ° ! These students were given | Rosita Foy received the Strat- iton High School best all round |girl award of $10. the Josephine Divorces Finalizedj 108 Students Graduate By Circuit Court! * CL , c . u . , At bhady opting nigh Ten divorces were granted yesterday ir, Raleigh County Circuit Court". A divorce was uranU-ci t* Value Robert Alien received the Class of 1931 Scholastic Award of $15 and the Dr. N. L. Collins Spanish award of $5. Norman Booker received one of A total of IDS seniors of Shady han. Margaret Lusk. Ruth Mills. SpriuK Hij;h School were gradu-jClara Loar. Jackie Wallace. A. J. a ted last night at comniencemont | Wills. Richard Sncarf. Carl Reed. exorcises. j'Koy Lilly. Tennis Hash. Domary Highlighting the evont \v;is the; Warden. David Meadows. Wayne cus'ici'v o'f"o!v*" .H!d^ vrcscl ' va ^ n °^ awards l the foi-!Shcphard. Jackie Harrah. v l ' ' g seniors: | Ji«n B. Adkins, Doris Taylor. . Margaret Lusk; | Barbara -Bragg. Sarah Gunier, given custody of five children. ; Receiving and granted a divorce was Mary i Alliea Dunbar from Dcnmc Dun : ba Rachel Scarlas . S-! ^lutatonan. Ruth Mnb: scholar- jkathvnne Ward. Sue laywr. Patty Floyd Goff received one of the j jj wl ? rcrn g; 1!y NCH?! Stratton High School citizenship i* Ma * y ' awards c,f $25 and one of the Rev. [granted a divorce was Francos i award. Jacic Wallace; journalism!' j award, Ruth Mills; best boy and j man. Dennis Haoshnw. J. D. girl citteeo. George Smith and Jo I Hughe.-. Lou O'Neal. D-.-ona Carp- LeRoy Robinson initiative and industry awards of $25. vas gramc d a 5 oh-orce from Luthc'- Long and he'- ' A n n Epling; Balfour Key. Lakiejcr. Sue Yancey. Carol Hart, jEpUng. Jo Ann Epling. E r m a for comownctrneni ex- i Rod-den. Virginia Mitch-ell, Charles as Dr - William Scar- Redden. Mary c^ier was Griffith. Elkioi was granted! Speaker maiaen name. i restored. Aim a received the Cm-, a divorce from Jam^ Elkins andl-ercises w tan citizensmp awara and one of W as given custody of one child the Stratton High School Parent i rcnc Farr , V as given a divorce 1 Wcslevan. Stratton High Teacher Association awards of $10. Citizenship brough. president of West Virginia from James Farr and her maiden Irene Graham, was re-! night included: OLIVER HSU Carol McDowell, valedictorian, £n.-Tms awara was presented tO| lege he was a comme rce major, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie i^ ^J^' f^lj^ ^ Canterbury will enter the aca- McDoweU of Lego, received thej 2 ^:.^. Fr ^__^ S ? lesbu ^.,_ jciemy on the second week of July. Gold Key Award and the Son-ell j Memorial award given by_Ritchie! and Johnson Funeral Home. i and James Scott, son of Mr. and This award was given for 'the | MIS. James H.' Scott of Helen, first time in memory of the late j given by the Rev. Leroy Robinson, James Sorrell, former graduate of (minister and businessman of BeCk- Byrd Prillerman and was present-1 i ey . These awards were given for! ed by Ja-mes Johnson. j oiitsanding work in the industrial Dorothy Wylie. salutatorian, j Arts Department, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David j James Harrison Anderson, son Wylie of Tanas, was presentee the of Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson Gold Key award and a cash award of Tarns, received the Citizenship for attaining the highest scholastic j award which was given by Dr. Du- average in Spanish. This award! Pont Evans, druggist. . Cash awards were given to Rob-1 After four years in the academy *t \\ngnt, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. jj^g un^ h e graduated with a bache- lorton Wright of East Gulf, } or o f science degree in engineer- lor of science ing. He plans to make a 30-year career of the Air Force. On Brainwashing A first-hand account of brain- I washing techniques used by the ! Communists in China is t- be given Youth for Christ It Happened Last Night-'Como's Coffee Klatch' By EARL WILSON NEW YORK -- "Comos Coffee Klatch" is what we call it. New York hasn't many French sidewalk cafes or Greek coffee houses -- but then Paris a n d Athens don't have anything like this Saturday afternoon meeting place of Broadway characters. Perry Como himself w i l l wrap an a r m around you -- if he sees you -and thank youj for coming to] his rehearsal. i It's around 2 o'clock Satur day that t h e characters be gin streaming in the stage door of bet overstrcog on Como. i£ We bet like a guy trying to win a pot of about SH!" one said. An NBC vice president may be around, too. One of them, asked what he thought of Jackie Glea- M.M. Leonard Taken By Death Marshall McDowell Leonard, 64, of Daniels died at 1:20 p.m. yesterday at the home of his sister, Mrs. R. L. Lucas of Daniels. He was born July 5, 1891. at Crozier, the son of the late Henry and Isabella Folden Leonard. Leonard is Kong. the Salvation Army Citadel, 312 S. Fayette St. at 7; 30 p. m. Sat. May 26. Slated to speak is the Rev. Oliver Hsu of Nanking, who was working as an evangelist among university students in Shanghai when ' the Communists came to power. During the two years he lived Alrna J. Lilly, Freda Fergusoji, name, received the j .stored. «m TO« u » a w «f d o f | Rosa Cooper was given a di-i "Minnie Hopkins.' Erdine McCJana- $10. James Barrett received theivorce from William Cooper andi -- · -Stratton High School best all round given custody of six children ' award of $10; Donald Baxter re-i George Arthur was granted a di- cenved the American Legion Postjvorce from Jocie Arthur The de- lumber 70 Americanism Award t fendant was granted custody of the of $10; Clifford Peyton. Crawford i two children" McGill, and Thomas Evans each received one of the Reverend LeRoy Robinson initiative and in- Edvvin Masscy. George Smith, Sherman Shumate. Larry Grif- Seniors who were graduated la-Hi fith. James Crews, Bruce Green, dustry awards of $25. Beatrice j Burks received one part of the! class of 1931 scholarshio award of! 510. under Communist rule, Hsu among the tinued his work a retired miner. Survivors include dents and was arrested six times. Finally Hsu escaped from the mainland of China and became a teacher in a Bible institute in Hong SERVICES SCHEDULED AT CREWS CEMETERY Memorial sendees will be held at the Crews Cemetery at Nimitz from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. ^ Elder Arvil Neely will speak at con-1 2 P-m. Special music also will be furnished. The public is invited to bring a lunch and attend the service. stu- Later he went to England where one brother, he studied in Emmanuel College. I Lemuel of Santa Cruz. Calif., and i Liverpool. At the same time he returning to his one-hour year, replied: Perry -- unlike seme performers -- enjoys having all the characters around. As he begins his dress rehearsal, he says to the audience. "Thanks for coining to our dress" rehearsal. It helps us time . the show - and find'where the ^ * ev - H : ^ ; Davos one sister, Mrs. Lucas. The body will remain at the Calfee Funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements. Program Slated For Charity Club | preached regularly among Chinese students throughout the British Isles. Coming to the United States in 1954, Hsu became the pastor of a Chinese' church in New York while studying at Biblical Seminary. Now associated tional Students, Inc jtion that seeks to with Interna- . an organrza- introduce to Christianity the 50,000 overseas jsudents and foreign visitors who laughs are. ! choir of the Mi. Vemon Church of »* h *igr to ft ·"·o^o'w aj.^. , , - , . _ , , ; He stops and repeats "Laughs | Stanaford will present a program . . ." _" 6 hrugs and chuckles as! for the cnairty cluo of tne j;irst -K,,,,,VU T,- i-n«,,,^ ^V,^T-^ -,^^«'f -nTrlBaotist Church of North Becklev though he knows there aren't laughs . . . and goes on. The ex-jat 7 p. en. Also appearing on the perts think the Como Coffee I program will be : the : AMS Gcspel ___ ______ .-..._,,.,,._,,,,,,,. Klatch is greatly responsible for! Chorus of Lillybrook. The · puolic j jf Christians would work as hard U.S. is working with the 3.000 ! Chinese students still in America. He preaches in Chinese several times each week on broadcasts beamed to China from powerful transmitters in the Far East. Says Hsu, "I am convinced that the Century Theater'at 58ih 7th.| perry ,, relaxaiio ^ ^ he 5 £l V|is invited. ' Frccn six to 20 young girls, many with cameras, salute you, as you swing frcm the sidewalk into an alley to the stage door. Jane Russell, Jeanne G r a i n , Rhonda Flemming, Patti Page, Peggy Lee, Julius La Rosa, Johnnie Hay and many other stars have hurried through here to rehearsal -- so it's good for the autograph fans. "Hey, when you gonna write a ready done the show for a small but extremely critical audience. to rnas WEBB CRITICAL Paul Webb, 31. Arnett, was in "critical" condition at the Beckley Hospital where he was admitted at 7:10 a.m. yesterday for treatment cf severe burns to his body. A hospital spokesman said Webb suffered first and third degree burns to from 59 to 61 per cent of his body. He reportedly was burned when his bed caught fire while he was smoking. STANAFORD CHURCH TO MEET sh !P- The advisory council of the Era| Graduated From Woodrow Edward Plumley, Lakic Griffith. Edith Martin. D(nnn Matliis. Mary Amos, Phyllis Cnnady. Patty Mea- Ford, Sarn Lilly, Douglas dows. Dorfl Whitoly. Melvin Soxith, Leroy Muilins, Arnold Mascy. Charle? Plumley. Bobby Vass, James Bos-ham, Carol Rhodes, Shirley Shrewsbury, G-eneive Wliorlcy. Barbara Jett, Faye Lester. Susie Moye. Mary Reed. Lorclta Rhodes, T o m m Hunter. Larry Phillips. Eugene Lilly, Buford Stump, A total of 329 Woodrow Wilson High School , seniors received their diplomas last night at com- _, _ . , _ mencement exercises in the j Byrge, Dana Cr,,chran, school auditorium. Also gradu- Letter, Tommy Donscy, ated last night was Bobby Me Coy Blake, a" Charles George Norm a Phvllis Lester. Tjmrny u »,, ^uv ^ Shaker, Ruth" Burnett. _.._._._ home bound stu- Carter. Anna Brogran. Judy Bare, Alice Ballard. Barbara Kendrick. Margaret Elliott, J. C. Mendor. SINGING CONVENTION SET j J *? Akers. Carl Griffith. Wayne A sinking convention will be held McClurc, Jennings Martin, Orlie Lilly. James Lilly, Betty Clark. at 7 p. m. today at th? Rhodell Church of God. Some of the featured groups will be The dowers Family. Lambert Quartet. Murphy Trio. Barker Sister.", Rov. Louis Beard is pastor of the church. Patty Applegatc, Barbara L i l l Shirley Darlington. Dorothy Lester, Margaret Rngland. Patty D a y, Shelby Ganahan, Lois Bennett, Bonnie Reed, Shirley Lilly. ELLA MARTIN MISS MARTIN WINS RAHALL SCHOLARSHIP Ella Mae Martin. Woodrow Wil-j son High School senior, has been; awarded the Deem Rahall Scholar- _^ _ A ^ ^ n , scholarship is for $2oO and Military Men In The News At Home And Overseas By PEGGY KESSINGER Baptist Church of Stanaford will applies to any college. The award meet with members at 7 p. m. to- was SlSt U P a:fter Rahall died in an ' I airplane accident near Charleston The meeting will be held at the' 6everal vears a S° and ^ ava]I ' Raleigh Grade School at Stanaford ! a ' ble £o a ^WHS graduate. Each member ie requested to be! Ml55 Martin 15 the 17-year-old present. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenna Martin of Crab Orchard. ! plans to attend Concord College the Atlantic Fleet was Ronald R. Treadiway. son of Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Treadway, Artie. Graduating frcrn the Army's Anti-Aircraft Artillery and Guided Missile School at Fort Bliss. Tex., was 2nd Lt. James B. Parrish, 22. whose wife, Elizabeth, lives i n j GRADUATING from a signal Fsyetteville. j communications school at Fort The son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.j Richardson . Alaska, wae Sgt. Her- Parrish. 366 Richard St., Oak Hill.!TMan L. Bennett. 28-year-old son of he ie a Announcements The Emmanuel Tabernacle j W orld. y himself often leaves for a [ Church » f Harper Park will holdj The public is invited, half hour. [services at 7:30 p. m. Sunday: The| "Where's he going" I asked asj^- J o hn Grant wil1 Pleach. El- he and a priest got into a car.|der Evelyn Cabell is. pastor. SERWCES SLATED The Rev. Elmer Day and his'September. , converts as the Commu- j people will hold services at 2:30 i In'high school Miss Martin was| uary do, we could change the p. m. Sunday at the First Baptist!secretary of the student council.! Church in.Mabscott, according to j vice president and president of the Rev. C. H. Edwards, pastcc. ' : Don"t you know"' somebody said. To confession.' THE WEEKEND WINDUP. . . Birthday Surprise The pupils and primary teacher. jMrs. Irene Cross of the Stanaford hunting You Can't Print That!: Carol| T «P Schoo] surprised Mrs. Cassae Swartz, the gal who did the nude-! Anderson with a gift and cake for _ ^ _ ! · » · * _ T ii_ _j rrn ^ _ .. in-the-buibble-ibath pose at whole" column about Perry -- and j Coliseum, claimed later she didj his fans" they ask you, if you're too have something on: _"I had the the j her birthday Thursday. Personals a columnist. Jjnside. you turn through a doorway toward the stage -- and in the eemi-darkness you see .Perry Como sipping something from a mug. It's boiulion. "He's even got me drinking it," faucet on!" she maintained. star's husband' who lived with her only a year wanted merely a $100,000 settlement, and she's holler- Recent visitor? in che home of Mrs. Sarah Braxton were Eider and Mrs. Paul Jones of Detroit,} Elder and Mrs. J. H. Dunlap of! Mabsoott, Mrs. Virginia Carter of. ing "Shakedown 1" . . . A Met star Patch St. Mrs. Evelyn Morris and is famous for pinching the bal-! Evelyn Scott of Lanark, and Mr. or any other girls -- land Mrs. V. Mahan of McAlpin. Mprrin Aavs thp bal- Mrs. Braxton spoke on "The ierinas but Robert Merrill £ays the bal spoke Work of Educaticn", during the graduation exercises of the McAI- _ V* Elementary School. She was say« Comedian Buddy Hackett, | Ierinas never objected: " T h e y who's been on the show 6 times, i did some of the highest leaps on at $4,000 to $5,000 a crack. . | record!" Perry doesn't begin "the dress" i Frank Sinatra's gal, Peggy Con- dw guest of her daughter and son- until 5 - but until then he re-] nelly, told on her return from m-law Mr. and_Mrs.A J. Evans hearses songs and sketches for an Madrid thaUArtie Shaw is also i n j during her stay in fricAipm. audience of Broadway agents, law-i Spain, cracked: "That's all that yers, prese agents, comedy writers and, frequently, "Roselle," or Mrs. Como. There's a stand in the bade where you cao^buy coffee and sandwiches. Sipping their oof- fee, the characters sit there in two or three rows of orchestra chairs . . . and gossip. "The joint is packed with people who tell Tccn Rockwell how to run his business," says Harry Sotool, perry's press agent. Tom is Perry's manager -- he also represents Julius La Rosa, the Mills Brothers and others. The Mills Brothers claim that after Tom "discovered" t h e m around 1930 in Cincinnati and tcld everybody '.how great they were-selling them to both radio and record companies -- he said to them: "Listen, you guys have sung for everybody else. How about letting me hear you sing once Perry's waters, headed by Goodman Ace, are always at the Coffee Klatch, putting $1 in a pool, along with their guess as to what their rating'll be against Jackie Gleason that week. But they don't Ava Gardner needs." A famous singing star's younger-looking husband and his younger-looking girl-friend were digging t h e jive in a hidwaway spot and, naturally wanted no publicity. . . Billy Daniels made $50,000 in Australia and even his best friends don't know what he did \tfith it . . Toney Farrell had $30,000 in the Follies. . . Showgal Siri, w h o changed her name because there are strippers named Siri, changed it back to Siri. Wish I'd Said That: "A boa? is a man who's early when you're late and late'when you're early," -- Florian Zabach. Today's Best Laugh: Taffy Tuttle told Claire Mann she won't visit the ball- park on Ladies' Day: she'd rather see .men play. Earl's Pearls .Nowadays many . young married couples start housekeeping with just the bare essentials -- a.TV set. Nicky Blair is acquainted with to do with all the money he's not making. . . That's earl, brother. Funeral Monday For Mrs. Byrd Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia Byrd of Charleston and formerly of Beckley will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Wright Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Henry Dubois assisted by the Rev. A. W. Wood. Burial will be in Wright cemetery in Beckley. PATTERSON RITES SCHEDULED SUNDAY Funeral services for Bedford D. Patterson- of Harper Heights will be conducted at 2 p. m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church at Harper by the Rev. W. M. Jones assisted by Elder J. C. Richardson. Burial wdll be in the Harper Cemetery. Guinea pigs are not pigs, they are rodents. Beckley Farmers Day Exhibit Entry Blank In order that ample space may be provided for the Beckley Farmers Day exhibits on June 6, persons having handicraft and hobby articles, antiques, old guns, and Indian relics they would like to exhibit are asked to fill in this blank and mail it to Rural Development Council, Beckley, W. Va. I would like to place on exhibit: 1. Old guns 2. Indian relics .· _ 3. Antiques a. Old glass and china b. Old irons and pots .- c. Fireplace pieces ; d. Candle moulds , e. Lamps and lanterns f. Small farm implements and tools g. Other 4. Crafts and hobbies a. Leathercraft articles b. Textile paintings ^ c. Shell jewelry --.d. Enamel jewelry e. Flower jewelry f. Costume jewelry g. Copper tooling h. Hand-carved trays i. Basketry j. Lamps - -. k. Fly tying L Archery - m. Other 5. Strawberry exhibit a. Commercial producer b. 4-H and F.F.A. producer the Girls Athletic Assn.. delegate to Rhododendron Girls State.: "Miss Woodrow Wilson" -in thei Civitan Bowl, an attendant to the | Prom Queen, and a. member of} i the junior and senior class plays. |Active in 4-H Club work for: i eight years. Miss Martin . i s a j j member of the Crab Orchard Bap-j tist Church. Concert Slated For Tomorrow 1955 graduate of Virginia j Mr- and Mrs. Omer Bennett. Route nic Institute. Blacksburg.i 1 - Fayettevillc. · Army last Jan-i ^ communications chief with the i 502nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Bat- jtalion's Headquarters Battery at COMPLETING i Eielson Air Force Base, he com- his b a s i c Airir {eiecJ t-he school's signal equip- F o r e e military j '"ranr maintenance course, training course! ** entered the Army in March, at Lackland Airj 3 S 4 6 - an _ d arrived in Alaska in Jan- F o r c e Base,! uai ;- v Tex., was Chester Gail Britton, 22-year-o 1 d son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester F. Britton, Brenton. C. O. Britton R E C E IVING b a s i c combat training with the Eighth Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colo, are two area men. They are: f t , j Pvt. James L. Pennington, son * L of Mrs. Flossie Pennington, Cass. r, ... , ~ . .,, i In Company C, 28th Regiment, he .*nencan Guild of Organists wall | ^^^ ftc in ' Ap ^i ; appear in a concert in the Raleigh · County Memorial Building p. m. Sunday. Read was the regional winner of the Young Organists Competition in Southern Ohio Chapter Regina, is with him in COMPLETING h i s basic A i F o r c e military training course at Lackland Air F o r c e B a Tex., was Robert Bryant Patrick, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris E. Patrick, Route 1, Fayetteville. R. B. Patrick 4 1 I '3! Pvt. Gail E. Madison, son of SERV]NG the Seventh Infantry Division in 1951. 1 In recent years he has dane ex-j^' He at * nded Hil!sboro i tensive recital and cemonstra-' Mrs. Virginia*!. Lovell, Hillsboro.j Korea ^ p fc . Marion E. Foster, Assigned to the Third Battalion ^9^ son o f Mr. and Mrs. Van C. Headquarters Company, 28th Reg:- j Foster, Bloomingrose. he entered the Army i n j ^ ammunition bearer in Company D, 32nd Regiment, he entered the Army in January, 1955. and Itkn work on the Baldwin organ T TM Ei § hth Division is preparing Mast was stationed at Fort Rucker, I The 27-year-oki musician is ai *) ^° ve lo Eu ^ next fall as part| Ala..^ where he completed basic ! graduate of the College of Music j 0 * Operation Gyroscope. | training. Jin Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a native jof Washington, Ind. ; The program includes ccmposi- jtions by Handel, Bach, Couperm- jClokey, Fletcher. Bonnet and Wid- lor. Name Address Phone . ' Mafl to Rural Development Council, Beckley, W. Va. MEMORIAL BAPTISTS SET SPECIAL SERVICE A special service in memory of I deceased members and friends of the church will be held at the Beck-, ley Memorial Baptist Church on F w - r - Biank'nship Street at 11 a. m. Sunday. GRADUATING 1 TWO AREA men ace assigned frcm Bahibridge. to the Second Armored Division in Md.. N a v a l Germany. Training Station,! They are: Md., was William' Pfc. Jimmy D. Muilins, 20, whose D. Blankenship, j wife, Martha, lives at Davy; and ion of Mr. and: Pfc. Stanlev. R. Jaynes, 19, son of Mrs. J o h n H.JMr. and Mrs. Robert R. Workman B 1 a n k e n ship, j Jr., Madison. Oceana. The division now is undergoing H e w'a s ad- training as part of the Seventh Special music will be given by choirs. Charles E. Walker, pastor, will deliver a special message "In Memorium", There also will be worship and a sermon at 7:45 p. m. Similar services will be held at the Glen Morgan Union Church at 6 p. m. Sunday. vanced in rating j Army. to seaman ap-j Pfc. Muilins is assigned to Com- prentice and fol-jpany B, 29th Tank Battalion. He lowing a 14-day j entered the Army in December, leave was ordered to report to 11954. and completed basic training Norfolk, Va,, for further instruc-jat Fort JCnox, Ky.'He arrived in tion in seamanship. He is a graduate of Oceana High School and entered the Navy Jan. 18, 1956. PROMOTED to yeoman third Europe in June, 1955. Pfc. Jaynes is a truck driver in- Headquarters and Service Company, 29th .Tank Battalion. He entered the Army in November, 1954, and completed basic training at class while serving aboard the de-,Fort Ord, Calif., arriving in Eu- stroyer USS John W. Weeks with! rope in May, 1955.

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