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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Aiken, South Carolina Mi4nwmk i . I Mike a iffy Kim Flatt Yannie m. Kins i Dimity la Mil $ time to mail packages to men and women overseas postmaster t. Ii. Hallmann yesterday urged All per sons who expect to Send Christmas packages overseas to clo so Early. Saturday marked the first Day of the one month period in which packages May he mailed overseas without the necessity of presenting a request he pointed out. Many thousands of troops will be overseas this Christmas even though Many More who had not expected to be Home for the Yule season will be Here by that time it the postmaster said. Those overseas will be looking Forward to Remen Berance from Home and Early mailing is one Way to assure that they May share in the Christmas Celebration. Men stationed in the China India Burma theatre May not get their parcels in time for Christmas unless such packages Are mailed by october i. It has been suggested the postmaster said that gifts be selected which cannot be bought in tile area where the recipient is stationed. Regulations governing the mailing of gift packages remain the same As last year. Only one package a week May be sent to any one address from the same sender. The maximum weight of Christmas parcels is five pounds and the package May not be More than 15 inches Long or More than 36 inches in length and Girth combined. The mailing period will continue through october 15, tile postmaster said and added that much time can be saved i the Post office Patron who remembers to mail overseas gifts Early. Or. And mrs. Harrold Quattlebaum have received word that their daughter. Anne who is a first lieutenant with the 42nd general Hospital is in Tokyo where her outfit has gone to minister to our men who were held by the japanese government As prisoners of War. Anne wrote her parents that As she was going to Tokyo die slap she was on sailed passed the Missouri just As the surrender papers were being signed. Anne was stationed at Manila and her outfit was selected to go to Tokyo. In route they spent several Days on Okinawa. Maxine Brodie daughter of or. J. In Brodie. Wagener has arrived in the european theater of operations to serve the armed forces As an american red Cross staff assistant. Miss Brodie is one of Many Young w Omen helping to fill red Cross needs overseas. Until her red Cross appointment she was employed by the South Carolina Public service authority Columbia. S. She is a graduate of Wagener High school and Columbia College. Two Cires from Aiken have been chosen by Coker College freshmen to head the first year class until permanent officers Are elected later in the year. The temporary governing Council includes Patricia Courtney and Adele Durban of Aiken. J / comings and goings. Just received shipment 600x16 passenger tires Western Auto associate store phone 127, Aiken s. When the boys they la want Telephone service together with other modern conveniences. War has taught them and their families to rely on Telephone service. Plans Are under Way for the greatest Rural Telephone expansion Ever undertaken to meet postwar needs of Southern Farmers. This program which was interrupted by the War will be resumed As rapidly As conditions permit. Southern Kell Telephone and Telegraph company it incorporated miss Kathleen jumper who teaches in the Bennettsville City schools spent the weekend with her Mother mrs. L. B. Jumper. Miss Mary Virginia Blackman of Vaucluse left wednesday for Rock Hill to begin her Junior year at Winthrop College. A a or. And mrs. Sol Pas sink and daughters Nancy and Phyllis of Savannah ga., spent the weekend with mrs. Passink smother mrs. Ida Efron. A a a Bussey Albea leaves tomorrow for Memphis tenn., where he will enter the Southern College of optometry. A a mrs. Eula Quarles has returned from new York where she was called on account of the serious illness of her son Lamar Quarles u. S. Army. Mrs. William Slaughter and baby daughter Patricia Elizabeth Are at Home from the Aiken county Hospital. A a a Bill Quarles has gone to California where he has accepted a position in a ship building Plant. A a mrs. J. B. George will return this week from Daytona Beach Fla., where she has been for several weeks visiting relatives. She will be accompanied by miss pet Burckhalter. A a the Rev. And mrs. Charles Shealey spent saturday in Columbia. A a a mrs. Elmore Henderson mrs. Philip Mcnair and son capt. Craig Mcnair u. Amp army left yesterday for new York and West Point. A a a or. And mrs. Allen Coward have taken an the Bishop apartments on South Boundary. A a a major Ani mrs. Leland Slade have returner to Aiken after spending a vacation in the mountains of North Carolina. A a a miss Mary Hilton left tuesday to enter Furman University. A a miss Martha Converse left tuesday to enter the freshman class of Furman University. Mrs Thomas Husk Southeastern Secretary to the organized work among the lepers of America spent the weekend with or. L. Ii. Juniper and spoke at the sunday school hour of the first Baptist Church. The longest Railroad curve in the United states is believed to be the Pontchartrain curve on the Illinois Central Between Bud Dock and Unity la. It extends to ici5 mile. Miss june South to wed capt. Herbert Johnson sirs. Eunice South Vilas n. I mrs. Herbert l. Johnson of Aiken announces the engagement of her was graduated from St. Angela daughter june to Captain Herbert Alfred Johnson army of the United states. Miss South the daughter of mrs. South and the late Luther South is a graduate of blowing Rock High school blowing Rock n. C., the University of Georgia school of nursing and the Mary Black memorial Hospital Spartanburg. She was for a Short period engaged in the practice of nursing at Morrell Hospital and is for the present employed by drs. Clark and Clark at Lakeland Fla. Captain Johnson son of or. And Academy thereafter attending Clemson agricultural College of South Carolina receiving his Bachelor of science degree i Dairying in 1940. He joined the faculty As a member of the Dairy department staff where he was engaged in research Extension and teaching before being ordered to Active duty in february 1942. Captain Johnson is assigned to Headquarters 6th u. S. Army and it at Home on leave. Plans for the wedding ceremony Are incomplete no Date having been announced. Miss Jewell Baynham weds or. Leo Augustine Boehmer miss Jewell Mae Baynham daughter of or. And mrs. A. Baynham of North Augusta became the Bride of or. Leo Augustine Boehmer August 25 at nine of clock in the evening at the sacred heart Church. The Rev. Father Raymond j. Revell performed the ceremony. Miss Alice Doyle rendered the nuptial music. M iss Lucille Cashin was the maid of Honor and Only attendant of the Bride. She was dressed in White net fashioned with a fitted bodice lace trimmed peplum High neckline Butterfly sleeves and a full skirt. She wore Long gloves of fuchsia with a hat of the same Shade. She carried an Arm bouquet of red Rose buds tied with red Satin ribbons. The Best Man was or. Michael Cotter. The groomsmen were or. Ramon Baynham and or Moody Roberts. The Bride chose for a wedding dress a White Satin gown fashioned with a deep lace Yoke leg of Mutton sleeves fitted from the Elbow and extending in Points Over the announce birth of daughter or. And mrs. Odell weeks announce the birth of a daughter on Friday september 14, at the Aiken county Hospital. The a Little girl has been named Dora Jane. Announce birth of daughter or. And mrs. Brooks Quattlebaum announce the birth of a daughter Vera Sharon on september 5th at the Aiken county Hospital. Mrs. Quattlebaum is the former miss Vera Mae Davis. Hers Coffee bananas cattle hides and chicle. At san Pedro. Calif., a total of 550,000,000 pounds of fish Wert landed in 1914. Patricia theatre . Randolf Scott Ruth Warwick a in a Quot China skies of bridal illusion was held in place by a Coronet of seed pearls her Only ornament was a Diamond Lavaliere. She carried a White prayer Book showered with orchids. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Home of the brides parents 1325 Georgia Avenue North Augusta. Late in the evening or. And mrs. Boehmer left for a wedding trip. For travel the Bride chose a Rose gabardine with which she wore a White Blouse Black hat with a Rose plume and veil and Black accessories. Mrs. Boehmert a grandparents Are the late or. And mrs. Mark Baynham and the late or. And mrs. F. M. Crawford. The Bride received her education at the North Augusta High school. For the past three years she has been associated with Belk Luke and company in Augusta. The bridegroom attended school in Cleveland. Or. And mrs. Boehmer will make their Home at 3456 West 136 or. Henry j. Godin optometrist specialist in correcting errors of sight Eye headaches and crossed eyes. Eyes thoroughly examined the modern Way without dangerous a Pupil dilating drops. Reference ask your friends about by reputation. Offices 956-956% Broad Street Augusta Georgia today so c0mi-graph b y Peters hands and a Long train. Her veil Street Cleveland Ohio. Manager Lou Boudreau of the american league in doubles twice Cleveland indians has led the �?1944 and 1941�?getting 45 two baggers each time. The National association of basketball coaches has asked the press to refrain a from quoting on the Odds Minnesota a new fishing regulations cover the entire state eliminating the Northern and Southern zones. 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