The Salem Post and The Democrat-Bulletin from Salem, Missouri on April 27, 1944 · 5
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The Salem Post and The Democrat-Bulletin from Salem, Missouri · 5

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THE SALEM POST, SALEM, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 19i4 PAGES FTVB A V 1 . & 1! Service Col umn Pvt John L. Mauzy, son of Mrs. Bertha Mauzy, has written that lie has been transferred to Corsica, and that he is in the best of health. He had been in Italy, having been stationed there with an anti-aircraft unit of the Coast Artillery. He has been overseas for eighteen months and is hoping to be sent back home. S.-Sgt Myron H. Holloman, of Al i 1 J I ... . t TA T am vvuuu, uuu ilia wllc, uio ivnuci Leona Pyatt, of Boss, visited Monday morning wih Mr. and Mrs. liarion Plank, with whom she stayed while attending high school here. Mrs. Holloman Is acting superintendent of schools of Iron county. Pvt. William F. Hutchison, who is stationed at the Western Signal Coma Unit Trainine Center at Camp Kohler, Calif., has qualified as a sharpshooter with the .30 calibre rifle, according to an announcement by Lt Col. Arthur J. Wehr. Commandinff Officer. His score was 160 out of 195. Pvt. Hutchison, a resident of Salem, Is the husband of Opal Amelia Hutchison, 10227 St Arthur Lane, Overland, Gunners Mate 3-C Ira Lee Bur-Tis, of New York, arrived Monday for a visit with relatives here, while en route to West Plains to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burris. He has been in the navy for two years and has served in England and Africa for the past nine months. Mrs. Maxine Armfield has received word that her husband, Pvt. Grant Armfield, has arrived somewhere in Northern Ireland. Sgt and Mrs. Leo McCallun, : who have been visiting ' relatives here, left Tuesday for their home in Alexandria, La. Sgt Oland D. Wofford, connected to an ordnance unit in Italy, is on the front line but is well, he stated in a letter to his wife, Mrs. Opal Wofford, of St Louis.' Sgt Wofford . has gone through the African, Sicilian and Italian campaigns. X Sgt Thurman M, Asher, son of J Mrs. Zenia Asher. now is station ed on a harbor ship at Seattle, Wash. He is with the Army Transport service. Lt Stanley Sanders has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sanders, that he has been transferred from Camp Barkley' to Camp Bowie, Tex. : Pfc. Mildred Rlsner, who 'is a member of the Marines, stationed in California, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gleghom last week, while en route to visit her mother, Mrs. Ray Rlsner, of Myrtle. Pfc. Merlin Summers has returned to duty after spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Summers, of Jack. He is in anU-tlrcraft battalion at Camp Livingston, La. Mr. and Mrs. Summers have another son in - ha oorvirA Pvt Curl D. Summers. ctottnnert at Camn Fannin. I .pur, . Tex. I Do You Sell Your Farm? There i8 a demand for fairly well improved farms on all-weather roada with a reasonable amount of acreage in cultivation. If your farm is 40 acres or more, -and you are ready to sell, you can get quick action 'by listing with us. Sales have been so fast that we are in need of new farm listings. This is the time to get highest prices if you are ready to turn loose. No Obligation if You Talk it Over With Us Missouri Farm Agency C. S. ALGIRE, Mgr. Opposite Methodist Church .'FIRST DOG'S' BIRTHDAY PARTY, .11?. ARCHING HIS NECK muscles before tearing into his birthday cake at the White House is Fala, President Roosevelt's Scottie. He celebrated the termination of hli "first term" (his 4th birthday) with due ceremony. Hii caks had lavender trimmings, and yellow roses. (International) Mrs. Louama Bingham has received word from her husband, Pfc. Esco Bingham, that he had arrived safely in England. Pfc. Bingham is with an infantry division. Pvt Robert J. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moore, has been graduated from the radio school of the Army Air Force at Scott Field, 111. Pvt. Moore is a graduate of Salem high school, class of '40. . Pvt. Arvel Berry left Friday for St Louis, after spending part of his furlough with his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Berry, of Jack. After a few days in St. Louis, he will return to his base at Alexandria, La., where he is stationed with the Air Corps. This was his first furlough since he went into the army. . " I Mr. and Mrs. Berry have twoj other sons in the service, Pvt. Arlie Berry, stationed in New York, after having trained in Oregon,! and Leslie, who is at the Naval Training School at Great Lakes, 111. 1st Lt Leroy P. Woodside, son of Mr. and Mrs .R. E. Woodside, former Salem residents now living in St. Louis, has arrived safely in England, his parents have learned. As a fighter pilot he served for some time in Central America, and wrote of jungle flying. ?He has been In the Air Corps for about twoyears. - - v. Pfc. Carl Smith, here last week on furlough visiting Mrs. Smith's father, W. F. Rhodes, was taken in an army ambulance to the hospital at Ft Leonard Wood for an emergency appendicitis operation. He was accompanied from New London, Conn., by Mrs. Smith, and became 111 while en route to Salem. He is a son of W. E. Smith, also of Salem. OA. Harrv Hoean left Thursday after snendine his furlough here with his father, Matt Hogan. Cpl. Hogan Is stationed on Long isiana.. Set Kellv Stites. who has been servine with the Army in the Mar shall Islands, and had taken part in eight major battles in the past year, has been sent to a rest camp. Sgt Stites is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stites, of Lenox. Want to Infill "I ! 1 M S , ? " ' i'- Pfc. Billy Key was home this week on a three-day pass from Camp Chaffee, Ark. While here he visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Key. Paul Deatherage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Deatherage, now is in training at the Naval Air Technical Center at Corpus Christ!, Tex., and has attained the rank of 3rd class petty officer. Mr. and Mrs. Deatherage were residents of Salem until about a year ago. Mrs. Mary Watson has received word from her grandson, Cordell Watson, MOMM 3-C, that he has been transferred from Utah to New York. Sgt. Vernon D .Hogan has left for foreign duty, it was learned this week by his father, Matt Hogan, who received the news in a letter from his son's wife., Cpl. Elson Wood, who is stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark., is home on furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods. . ' . M-Sgt Lloyd Blackwell, who is stationed with the Army Air Corps at Davis Field, Tuscon, Ariz., has returned to camp after visiting relatives here. , ' , THE WEEK'S WEATHER , Following are the , high and low temperatures and rainfall as recorded by E E. Martin, local weather observer for the past seven days! Date High Low Rain Low 43 65 58 42 43 56 47 April 21 . April 22 71 .77 April 23 68 April 24 .C 71 April 25 April 26 April 27 59 76 68 .38 DENTS HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dent are the parents of a 7 -pound baby boy, born Monday morning in the Deaconess hospital Mrs. Dent and son are doing fine. , Mr. Dent returned home Wednesday. ' Pretty Prints BIsck crepe print with white und red flowers. By VERA WINSTON THE PRINT frock was nevei prettier than now, for both fabric designs and handling are pen fectly beautiful Consequently, the print finds itself at the best Places. The apron effect Is an important detail of this pretty dress which Is of black crepe etched with while and red flowers. The apron is ruffle edged as are the sleeves. The V neckline also has a ruffled outline. SI I Is I BABY CRAFT li what the . jft if I l ff well resse. k.by wean. VV t '"A J Th. ,wc.i little piggy iT ZZfr ( ' . j ! wsrmert ever! Juil three - ff IVV Jli h Bplei of toft whin ft Riz$Jr ''I J r'T ll I let'her. You lc them C V3t - a ' f I It I together la a Jiffy with' ' , 'Vl f I i ) pink ribbon for Suile, jV- ' . . , ' i? I "hlt.forSuil.or Johpte. 7 I "sJvCaA O.E.S. School of Instruction Held Members of Local Chapter Attend School at Licking Last Week. The school of instruction and official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron of the 39th district of the Eastern Star of Missouri was held in Licking last Thursday afternoon and evening under the supervision of Mrs. Ella Mae Henderson, Grand Matron, of Kansas City, and Mrs. Elsie Rogers, District Deputy, Grand Matron, of Licking. Mrs. Henderson is Past Grand Matron, Present Grand Lecturer of the Order of the Eastern Star of Missouri, and Worthy Grand Esther of the General Grand Chapter over the Eastern Star of the world. Mrs. Johanna Schirmer, of St Joseph, served as Worthy Grand Matron. Mrs. Agnes Woolfarth, of St. Louis, was associate Grand Matron. Miss Illma Meredith, of St Louis, was Grand Ruth. Mrs. Edith Accoia, of St Louis, wtfl Grand Marshal; Mrs. Elsie Rogers, of Licking, was Deputy Grand Matron of the 39th District; Mrs. Bud Thrower and Mrs. Kath leen Beeler, both of the Salem Chapter, filed offices in the afternoon session. Twenty-five member of the Salem chapter attended the meeting. Joseph Henry White Died Monday Joseph Henry White was born In Wilson County, Ky., Aug. 7, 1864, and passed away April 24, 1944, at the age of 79 years, 8 months and 17 days. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin White. He came to Dent county with his parents at the age of 20, and later married Miss Sarah Ada Harmon. To this union eleven children were born, three daughters, Dollie, Bertha and an infant preceding him in death. Those surviving are: his wife; three daughters Mrs. Lizzie Wor-ley, of Colorado; Mrs. Alta Dunham and Mrs. Irene Shaefer, both of St. Louis;, five sons Clifford, of Granite City, 111.; Earl, of California; Will, of Gladden; Raymond and Paul, of St Loui3; thirty-eight grandchildren and thirty - three great-grandchildren. Three of the six grandsons who are In service are overseas. ; Uncle Joe, as he,was often, called by his many friends, was one of thirteen chijdreni. but only three sisters i and twd .brothers axe living. He was coriwrted at the age of 28 years, and spited with the Methodist .church' at New Hope. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. J. Arthur Brown at 11 o'clock this morning at the New Hope church, with burial in the adjoining cemetery,, under the direction of the Spencer Funeral Home. ...... f.:, JOBS OPEN. TO TEACHERS The War Manpower Commission urges teachers to accept employment in war jobs during the summer vacations. The wore will be pleasant clean and will terminate in time for the teachers to return to their schools iri the fan. AH teachers who are Jnterested may contact the United States Employment Service office In Rolla, May 1 to May 8, Inclusive. . CARi.' OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to everyone who was so kind and helpful to us during the Illness and death of our dear wife and mother, Mrs. E. G. McGibney. We also want to ihank those who tarX the beautiful Cowers, the R Paul Mooney ?r.r his sermon a.vl Hob-son & Giantham for their service. Such kind acta will not be forgotten by us. E. G McGibney and Chiluren 1. lac. A to . 2. Clip off nmalnlng ribbon. 9. lac. gppwi to tolf ond trim ndt of ribbom. 4. InMrt th. Iact ond tact at yov do your own thoM. ' , New, .wecl tnd prtctlcal , , . cembled la minute.! M 1 A Come, in .mill, medium tod Urge p.i, 9 S "i ii i Top Scorer f V 1 If A COMMUNIQUE from Gen. Mac-Arthur's headquarters discloses that Capt Richard I. Bong, Poplar, Wis, has shot down his 26th and 27th planes In combat This passes the record of 23 attained by Capt Eddie Rickenbacker in World War I and places him three planes behind Capt Don Gentile who was recently credited with !0 nemy craft Bong's kills were all scored in the air while seven of the planes in Gentile's record were destroyed on the ground. (International)' V Women's Council Mrs. H. K. Entrikin and Mrs. William Ellison entertained the Women's Council at the home of Mrs. Entrikin, Wednesday. Rev. L. O. Huitt explained the need of a Vacation Bible School, and it was voted for the Council to sponsor the school, beginning May 29th. The Council also voted to hold a rumamge sale May 27. Mrs. L. R, Stanley, president who expects to leave as soon as school is out, resigned her office. Mrs. John Bryson was program leader, and her topic was "Gardens." Mrs. J. W. Hunt read the Scripture and a prayer was given by Miss Mollie Smith. Mrs. Bryson told of gardens, from the time of the Garden of Eden down to the present time. Mrs. Irene Mooney and Mrs. Bryson sang "The Beautiful Garden of Prayer." Mrs. Huitt read a story of "Roses In the Garden." At the close of the meeting re-freshmenta were served by the hostesses. Lydia Circle Met The Lydia Circle met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Tom Young. The- Misses Ralphs and Alleen Peck were hostesses. The program, "Palestine," was given by Mrs. Earl Moser. Mrs. Otto Schafer was an Invited guest At the close of the program, refreshments were served to the sixteen members present. The Success of Your Sale Depends Greatly On Your Auctioneer V. E. CRAIG AUCTIONEER Livestock - Farm Sale Anything at Auction Phone through Cook Station or Make Sales Arrangements at the SALEM POST I ' Social Jtems m m A . itdf .-,.".' '.V-. 9 w ;Mrs. E. G. McGibney Buried at Houston Mrs. Phoebe E. McGibney, born near Houston, Mo., Oct. 13, 1915, passed away April 18, 1933, In the Park Lane hospital, St Louis, at the age of 28 years, 6 months and 5 days. She was married to Ernest G. McGibney May 14, 1932, and to this union two children were born, Floy Ernest 10, and Betty Jean, 5. Her father and mother and one sister preceded her in death sev eral years ago. She leaves to mourn her going, her husband; son and daughter; one sister, Mrs. Elmer Thompson, of Houston; one brother, Roy Mc-Comber, who is now serving over seas with the armed forces; besides many other relatives and friends. She was converted In 1930, and united with the Baptist church in Houston, and lived a faithful life, Funeral services were held Sat urday at the Baptist church in Salem, by the Rev. Paul Mooney. Burial was in the Emery cemetery at Houston, under direction of Hobson & Grantham Funeral Home. Scottish Rite Draws Many from Salem A number of Salem men this week are attending Scottish Rite in St Louis, among them being; Dr. J. D. McLeod, Bob Allen, C. M. Douglass, J. C. Brlce, Clyde St Johns, Chas. Sanders, Sidney Brown and W. J. Jones. Owing to the nature of the work presented, the time each man spent in St Louis varied according to the degrees he expected to take or witness. MRS. QUICK DIES Mrs. Ed Quick passed awav ves terday morning at the McFarland hospital in Rolla. She is survived by her husband and seven chil dren. iimerai services will be con ducted tomorrow at the Methodist church, in Bunker, under the direction of the Spencer Funeral Home. lirsmimpiiaupm mm now is mint mioHosmniwovT or tmr mu ooujul' War Ration Stamp No. Expires April 30tn to "I- W 5.95 U JL riotlet ths Irend to pavtm.nl. VI b hugging htetsl PATENTSI GAB 1 AR0INESI CALFSKINS! Bacfc, l f Navy Blue, Town Brown, f 1 LI Turf Ton f Corns set 'em! ii 1 1 iii i i m Mr. and Mrs. Robert Good left this morning for Excelsior Springa, where Mrs. Good will recelva. treatment. Mr. Good will remain with her for about ten days, when he will go to the Democratic state, convention before returning home. VANDIVORT'S Veterinary Department To this department we have added quite a few new remedies. When you have any stock troubles, come in and see if we have the remedy you need. FRESH SERUMS and VACCINES for Cattle and Hogs Always in stock, kept at the right temperature to insure full potency. VandivortV Drugstore Where Most People Trad A IB f teen In Voyus onJ Madtmoitefs

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