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' the hospital. You’ve all seen Miss
Minor around Portland and know
RICHARD WINSLOW, Editor
her to be a very prominent and
social member of the younger set
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
you all the luck in the world, Art. in Portland, then you can imagine
Wednesday 25 will long linger in
how she must feel being couped up
the minds of quite a few of the
This week we would like to pay in a hospital room, so let’s all say
local chicks and kats, I’m sure. a salute to two of our local golf a prayer for her and pray that she
(Are you hep?) Every-one had a experts. At the tournament in Se might have a speedy recovery, shall
swell time beginning early in the attle Portland was well represented we? I AM.
morning and continuing to the wee by a second and fourth place ac
hours. There was swimming, tennis, quired by Stephen Wright and
A few days ago as a few of the
baseball and everything to eat and Chick Rawlins respectively. Con boys and girls were standing in
DRINK in order to have a fine gratulations !!! Congratulations!
front of Bethel A. M. E. Church,
time. All of these wonderful things
NEW NIGH!' SPOT
a sound was heard. It sounded
happened at Peninsula Park where
The “ Casablanca” is the latest much like that of a speeding car
the water is just like ice. After the thing in nighteries, so I’m told, but turning a corner, but still no car
picnic several of the kids went over your reporter will make his own re was seen. Then all of a sudden out
to Miss Bettie Rutherford’s house port when he sees it.
of the darkness came a dark form,
for a quite little jump which was
a thump, a small cry in the dark
A. M. E. CONFERENCE
only fine. All in all the Sunday
then the car speeded up the
School picnic was quite a success.
what the somewhat intoxi
African Methodist Episcopal (A.
M. E.), is holding conferences at cated driver thought was his safe
KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR
Bethel A. M. E. church. The con ty. What really happened, ladies
This week our guinea pig is none
ference began August 15, and will and gentlemen, was that a drunken
other than Arthur James Winslow,
driver had turned a comer where
continue until August 20, 1944.
S/2C. Arthur Winslow, bom No
Many interesting subjects will be these young kids were gathered
vember 4, 1925 in little town called
discussed, and the conference will around church, without light the
Kennelworth, West Virginia along
be well attended. The public is cor first and had struck one of the
the banks of the Ohio. Arthur has
fellows, namely Richard Parker.
dially invited to participate.
had vaulting ambitions for the
The driver then thought he might
COLORFUL GARDEN PARTY
greater part of his eighteen years.
reach safety by the process of
Dr. and Mrs. DeNormal Unthank “ Hit and Run,” but some of Rich
At the age of four he along with
Mr. and Mrs. Winslow and their gave a very gay and colorful gar ard’s buddies saw to it that he
other son Richard (smile) left W. den party Sunday, August 6, 1944 didn’t. The truth o f the matter is
Va. for the big city, namely Chica for Mrs. Robert N. Joyner, Sr., that they caught the driver in his
go. While there Art, in his later Mrs. Cadence Hines, Mrs. Mary G. car, while they ran on foot. (How
years, sold papers and worked in a Savage, Mrs. Eleanor Boswell, Mrs. about that?)
After they caught
store. When the Winslows moved to Adamson, Mrs. Hines, Sr., Mrs. him the driver didn’t want to wait
the ‘City of Roses” Art had many June Runnell« and Miss Hattie Lil
until the police arrived, but due to
different jobs. He cut lawns, work ly. It was a very lovely affair
ed in a glove factory, worked as a which lasted from 2:30 p. m. to 6. the talkative persuasion on the
part of William Graves, Roy Wil
mechanic in a garage and a redcap
down at the Union Depot. After
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jackson liams and a few of the others, he
of Seattle are vacationing in Port- stayed. The officers came and took
attle to enlist in the Naval Reserve lang. They are the house guests him into custody but frankly your
where after a couple of months he of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gaskin,
reporter wants to know what type
went into the Navy. They sent him two prominent members ot society.
of justice is going to be issued out.
to Farragut, Idaho, one of the lar We welcome you to our “ City of
gest training stations in the world. Roses” and hope that you enjoy Although Richard isn’t badly in
Upon finishing his boat training he your vacation in the finest possi jured, that isn’t the question. The
was given a fourteen day leave ble style.
question is what is to happen to
which was up the 3rd of August.
the driver? Yes, your reporter is
OUR BEST WISHES FOR A
Art said that he didn’t know for
anxious to find the answer to this
sure they would send him but he
As most of you know, Miss Ruby question and it had better be the
thought that it might be either
Great Lakes or Seattle. We wish Minor has been taken ill and is at right answeri
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