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View a full description of this newspaper. The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this using optical character recognition software:. Quiaite,and wife the first of the week. Yeom,a,n Quaite returned re- cently from 16 months service in the Aleutian Islands. Tommy Lee Simmons spent last weekend with his par- ents, Mr and Mrs.
Noah Sim- mons. Edwin Arnett has written from Leyete to his parents, Mr. He has been in the Army two Kerens married ladies and participated in the Deyete invasion.
His letter stated that the natives were proving very helpful to the Allied Armies. Louise Ray. Prior to entering the service in April, 19 43 he was employed at Replacement Depot No. Ra,y entered training at Kelly Field but ws stationed at Stinson Field before leaving for overseas duty. His parents, Mr and Mrs. Charley L. Ray, reside ,a. Funeral services for the infant daughter 0f S]Sgt. Bobbet were held Sunday after- noon at the Kerens cemetery, with Rev.
Maggart B. HoAvell in charge of the services. The baby was born Saturday afternoon at the home Kerens married ladies Mrs. Biobbet'g mother, Mis. Bobet, is stationed at Gamp Hood, Texas. Curtis E. Cook, husband of Mi s. Cook has been in the service for 8 months. John N. Henson has been graduated from the Kerens married ladies Air Forces Flex- ible uiin-or y. Upon his graduation, the soldier received a pair of silver wings ifying that now he is ready to take his pliace as a member of the combat crew of an AAF bomb- er.
At the gunnery school, he was trained in the operation of. As an aerial guinner he will thousands of bis "teammates of the sky', carrying the attack to the enemy in all parts of the world las guardians of America's heavy and medium bombers.
J'«e is the son of Mrs. Hen- son who resides at Kerens, Texas. Coy W. Phillips, who has been in England for the past 22 months, has recently been trans- ferred from England to central Italy, according to word received by his mother, Mrs. Mossie Smith Sgt.
Phillips is with the 8th Air Force. Lindon C. Bob Proffer of Denton, sponsor of the Houge legislation, declared ''hundreds of rural teach- ers" have been leaving their jobs because of low salaries. C, Morris of Kerens married ladies will press for early action in the Senate, since the bill as it is now writte must be pagsed by Feb. Gov Coke Stevenson submitted as emergency matter the proposal to amend the state equalization law so as to increase rural teach- ers' sauries.
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James A. Stanford and Rep. D, Pruett, both of Austin, are sponsoring legislation to increase state work- ers' pay to meet increased living costs. The groom is the son of Mr. He recently return- ed from three years service in the Aleutian Islands. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Charles L Yallayek of Fort Worth.
He was married July 31. Velma Holman of Rural Shade, Mrs. Leitha Honeycutt of Dallas, Mrs. Birdie Mas Ellis of Rice, Mrs. Nellie Grizzle of Lubbock and Mrs. Linnie Nabors of Charlstoin; and seventeen grandchildren. Stockton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Inter- ment was in Dawson cemetery. So win- ters and losers, we'll meet you t- the Kerens married ladies "roundup', Thursday ight at It was heade 'Room Mates! Morris Floy and Lt. Van Simmons of Texa were room mates at the Univei sity of Texas.
Kerens married ladies ed th Army Air Force together, woi wings as navigators together am finally they were separated, on,' to be reunited again as roon mates in a German, prison camp Lt. Simmons of Kerens. J, W, Ous- ley brought a beautiful message in song preceding Dr.
Atwood's message. Tax Collector,! A, Jack Reed and E; H. Gray ts in Dallas on business Mondaj.
He expects t0 his wife iat their home in Bretnham Sunday. Lt has many friends in Kerens, who knew him as la boy, and who look forward to his visit in Kerens. Cctatney writes that he is getting along fine somewhere in the Pacific. He has been overseas since AjPril 15 of last year. His parents are Mr. R D Coatney of Ker- ens, Route 2.
Hollo way, Jr. Minutes of the la,st meeting were read by Mrs. N, Stockton, We also had a report from the Treasurer. Renta,l Shelf Committee and the book committee. The Rental Shelf Committee reported the following books- added during Nov. After the meeting adjourned the following women were served re- freshments at the Coffee Shop: Mrs P. Finis McCluney, Mrs. Weyman Price, Mrs. John Ander- son, Mrs. Howell will be in the pulpit at the Methodist Church at both hours Sunday, us- ing as his subject for the morn ing sermon, "The Religion of the Good Samaritan".
This sermon will take knowledge of the Cru- sade for Christ, the Crusade which is being waged by the Methodists of America in an ef- Kerens married ladies to revitalize the spiritual life of the Church, to win the lost to Christ, to win the Peace after the war, and to relieve and re- Kerens married ladies the suffering peoples of the earth.
The Methodist Church, which is the largest Church in America, is throwing Kerens married ladies the weight of her prayers, devotion, consecration and love for Christ and humanity, into this mighty Crusade. Visitors are wel- come, The evening worship will start at p.
Fine crowds attend the Methodist Church on Sunday night. There is a place for old and young. You are invited to the march. The Adult De- votions are arranged by Mrs, J. Coates, The Childern's department is under the direction of Ethel Inmon. The Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet Suinday.
The MYF will then return to the Methodist Church for the evening worship after which a Fellowship period will be held at an undis- closed iplace. All youth invited. The ipublic is received with a cor- dial welcome at the Methodist Church, which exalts Jesus Christ as the Hope of Mian. The story, with a picture of the convoy, appeared in paper at Bay City, Mich. Jimmy has been at Bay City but was at home last week on leave. He will re his ship at New Orleans, where it will be commissioned. The convoy was expected to reach open water in Lake Michi- gan sometime late today. After meeting about 2 p.
Wednesday with' the Kerens married ladies and the Coast Guard Cutter Arrowhead, which broke a channel through the river and bay ice out approxi- mately six miles in the ship chan- nel, the huge ice breaker headed back up the bay and into Lake Huron. The convoy ran out of the solid ice field which covers all of Sagi- naw bay off Tjawas Point late in the afternoon, and during the night it experienced little diffi- culty with floating ice fields along the route northward up Lake Huron.
The 'Mackinaw is expected to convoy the navy APD through some 60 or more miles of ice in the Straits to. Services for the week are as follows: Sunday School— ,a, m. Sun- day Bible Study or preaching— p. Sunday Ladies' Bible Class— p. Tuesday Everyone is invited to attend any or all of these services.
First Lt. Billy H. White, son c Mr, and Mrs, C. W, A, Pattishall of Park Ave. White of. Kerens, Texas. The couple are planning to be married Feb. Miss Pattishall. She, graduated from Rollins College last August.Kerens married ladies
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