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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Chillicothe, Missouri
Landing with t in the Washington merry go round society for wants More recognition of Small nations in Allied councils by Drew Pearson in order that society items will give the Best news value the constr Sutlon Tribune requests the reporters of items to Call them in not later than the Day after they occur. Your help will be appreciated. 532.000 passenger vehicles when Nei cars were brought under rat Ion in in february 1942. Monthly new car release quotas trimmed to 15,500 units for Decem Berk will continue to be slashed by joining husband in Tenn. Mrs. Don Burns and daughter Judy Dawn will leave today from Belwood penn., to join their husband and father Cpl. Burns in Tullahoma Tenn. Cpl. Burns is stationed at Camp Forrest with medical division. For the past several months mrs. Burns and daughter have been with his parents or. And mrs. W. E. Burns. Mrs. Burns is remembered Here As Ann Lindsey daughter of or. And mrs. V. P. Lindsey. Mrs. Lindsey and granddaughter Cynthia Harvey will go to Tullahoma Christmas Day for a weeks visit with her daughter and family. Buying merchandise in k. C. Miss Stella Selby mrs. Ray Copple mrs. Marvin Templeman and Jack Beckley will go to Kansas City sunday morning to spend the Day with friends. Miss Selby and mrs. Templeman will remain for a few Days buying merchandise for the Stella Rene style shop. Navy Man Here Billy Johnson Seaman 1/c, is Here for a Twenty one Day leave with ins Mother mrs. Bertha Johnson at Farmersville. Seaman Johnson has been overseas four times and recently returned from a several months Mission. Upon expiration of his leave he will return to new York where he will receive a new assignment. He enlisted in the urn s. Navy a year ago in november. Will come monday pvt. George Cook who is stationed at Salt Lake City is to come monday to be Here two Days with his Mother mrs. Frank Cook. Together they will go to Kansas City for a visit with other relatives during the remainder of private Cooke a furlough. Leaves for Arizona Cpl. Barry Paris left Friday to report at Camp Hyder ariz., where he recently was transferred. He had been Here on a fifteen Day furlough with his Mother mrs. Mary Paris and friends and in Trenton where he formerly lived. Before entering service Cpl. Paris was employed for several years at the Walker Boot shop in Chillicothe. Tonsils removed miss Lela Thieme underwent a Tonsillectomy at the office of a local physician Friday afternoon. Miss Thieme is a daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Thieme of Chula. Emily you said a he a mad about her local news notes t seem Emily a Type a Ted slowly a not that he guv and All appreciation to All our new friends we made while managers of the strand hotel we wish to express our appreciation for the Courtesy extended us during our Short stay in Chillicothe. To labor hoarding the popular Bell s May have be Frank and Mary Ruth y years ago the products it littered Superior to those of a min of Columbia urn vers
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