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Miami Daily News Record (Newspaper) - October 7, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma A accessories speak in new accents this autumn. Necklaces Are inches Shorter encircling your Throat. Handbags so soft and pouched take on intriguing shapes or underarm styles in Corde coif fabrics. Each of our costume complements has a fashion Story to Tell. Cord in Block or Brown from 15.00 other bags. All styles. From 6.00 exclusive but not expensive sunday october 7, 1945miami daily news record a Miami okla. Page eleven Rubinoff Here on wednesday i violin artist will Start program at 8 p. on Sale Rubinoff americans Best liked violin virtuoso who will appear at the Miami High school auditorium at 8 of clock wednesday night holds the unique distinction of having played to the largest Audi a ence Ever to witness a musical event in this country. As soloist and guest conductor for one performance with the Chicago symphony in Grant Park Rubinoff attracted a throng that caused the Chicago news to write �?o225,000 at Park cheer Rubinoff and his violin. 25,000 turned but Rubinoff is accustomed to tremendous audiences. At soldiers Field in Chicago in 1935 he played Ato 84,000, at another occasion at Grant Park he played to 125,000. Audiences of 10,000 and better in municipal auditoriums and armoires have been frequent in cities like Detroit Kansas City Springfield 111., Peoria and Houston. Since the outbreak of the War Rubinoff and his violin have appeared before countless soldiers at Camps throughout the country. As one of the most diligent of treas Rubinoff. Find his violin Calendar of coming events birthday feted 9vl a Yumal local news briefs one of the worlds Foremost violinists Rubinoff is certain to perform Here wednesday night before a Large crowd at the Miami High school auditorium. His program will begin at 8 p. In. Reservations May be made today at the Spencer drug store. Paauw child study club tile Paauw child study club will hold its regular meeting tuesday evening at 7 30 of clock in Tho Home of mrs. Russell younger 111 b Street Northeast. This meeting has been advanced from wednesday evening. A a Paauw information meeting the american association of University women will hold its a information meeting saturday afternoon oct. 13, at 2 30 of clock in the Home economics room of the High school. Records of the National convention workshop reports and committee chairman plans will constitute the program. Miss Mae Lohman As program Reta Ann Humphrey Friday afternoon r e t a Ann Marc Ford joins red Cross will leave City soon Marc h. Ford for nine and a half years a member of the Miami High school faculty before accepting pm Ury department aids rub Noff Hasit As a Naif nation Instate w played at hundreds of Bond rallies a dosages stage special event tribe tells world by drum that it s at peace with Axis vow auxiliary the regular v. F. W. Auxiliary meeting will be held monday at 7 30 p. In. There will be initiation and All members Are urged to attend. A a a Camp Hospital Council friends Here have been informed of the recent marriage of mrs. Cleo Jameson to or. R. Wayman Garretson of Neosho to. Mrs. Jameson has returned from Neosho but expects to rejoin her husband in the near future at which time they plan an extended trip to the West coast. Cooper funeral Home phone 12. Or. And mrs. A. D. Cromer 402 b Street Southwest have As their guest this week end their grandson a. I. Stutzman of Carthage to. He was discharged from serv ivc on sept. 23, after spending 22 months in the Eto with the 50th armoured infantry battalion. He was awarded the purple heart and Bronze Star medal and wears five Battle stars on his theatre ribbon. Mrs. W. Hedgecock returned to her Home in Plymouth 111 wednesday oct. 3, after visiting in the Home of her friends and old schoolmates or. And mrs. O. D. Balder 111 c Street Northeast. Or. And mrs. M. G. Spangler pm and sold millions of dollars Worth of Bonds. Claud Killion High school music director said saturday that persons living outside Miami May make reservations monday morning at the office of superintendent of schools r. Nichols. Miss Irene Schooley has charge of reservations. Approximately 500 Gen eral admission tickets not reserved seats will be available for out chairman will be assisted by mrs. Humphrey 3-year-old daughter of Marjorie Wagner As hostesses. Of an mrs. W. A. Humphrey 505 i Street Southeast was the recipient of a party in Honor of her birthday. The guests were served refreshments of ice Cream and cake from Small tables attractively decorated formerly of Pittsburg ka�?Ts., have in Pink and Blue. Favors Wert Small moved to Miami where they will nut cups. The Large birthday cake make their Home at 613 first ave was iced in Blue and topped with nue Southwest. Or. Spangler who the regular meeting of the red the three traditional Pink candles recently returned from four years Cross Camp and Hospital Council following the opening of her in the South Pacific will operate Here. A Guthrie okla., to. T 1q47 Pawhuska oct. 6�?ga5 a rum will he served in the officers club. Jimmy Fob Redpath and Frank aeronautics Heie in january 1.4., b my beats of a giant ceremonial reservations priced at 7o cents a Nieberding announced saturday that he has drum gent Olla word to the word each must be made monday. Res a up cent joined the american red Cross tonight that the usage tribe was relations made and not used must j p with the expectation of seeing of at place with the German japanese 1 he paid for. Reservations May be a a jux Coli of a Frank n e Amade with mrs. Torbert at the o. On Cindy teamster Frank Nie Alf a dozen braves seated on k. Plumbing company. Following herding John Trudgeon James re ulnar Bench around the huge the lunch the business meeting will u it word of the arrival of her husband pfc. Lewis Simpson u. S. Engi tor with the spartan school of will meet at Camp Crowder at 1 30 a Fig b the pma1 honoree Ames the John Deere Agency of clock on oct. La. The Buffet lunch Werg g hip won a r Hirschi of que will to Curvon in i he offi prs huh. I. Al. Bill Bob Erneas service in Europe. Ford said that he probably would leave Miami oct. 13 a in time to enrol at the National red Cross training school in Washington i. C., on oct. 15.�?� half a dozen braves seated on k. A circular Bench around the huge the. A a Tovino Hal drum produced rhythmic throbs be held in the auditorium of the Kelpa a a a a a nyx a t i a i it a it _ a a _1.1 j pod Urraca repro Otann uni mint. I win and Betty Schurtz. Is the guest in the Home of his sister mrs. Lawrence Zane and or. Zane 30 g Street Northwest. Or. Hirschi recently received his honorable discharge from the Navy. Mrs. Lewis Simpson has received he will receive a months train of town visitors at the Box office inf there before being classified As wednesday evening Killion said on assistant Field director. Duke of Windsor noted Tulsa Book reviewer to visit Miami on oct. 19 a teacher in the local school history department 1934-43, Ford does no to know High from just neers in Manila p. I. Pfc. Simpson spent the past six months in the Eto. A or t a or. J or. And mrs. D. T. Morton x Isi 8 h o me i cd fid South of Miami have returned from a two weeks vacation. London oct. 6 of Quot a i he first Lieut. William Jack Mann Duke of Windsor paid a Surprise arrived in Miami thursday to while traditionally feathered and red Cross recreation building costumed indians danced in the this is special guest Day and any ritual of peace and Friendship. One who wishes May attend. It was the highlight of a four a a a Day feast and dance and the tribe Willard class meeting brought out its brightly coloured the Willard class of the Metho beads Buckskin and head dresses dist Church will meet thursday Many of them handed Down from1 oct. La at 2 of clock in the Home when he will be sent overseas but past generations who knew Middle 0f mrs. Lulu Rentz to c Street late today to Buckingham spend a furlough with his wife at opined that by Early in dec Emler Western Hills and Plains when they Northwest. Assistant hostesses will la a Ace it where he was reported to the Home of her parents or. And he will be in Europe where he will were rugged Frontier. Be mrs. Henry Hoffman mrs. Mary have conferred for approximately mrs. R. Nichols 224 d Street be attached to army occupation a Parade that quit Lent Bonner mrs. Eva Bachmann and an hour his brother King Southwest. The lieutenant pm units doing personnel work. Color earlier in the Day and the mrs. Sam Hoffman. The devotional George \ i in the Kings private barked for overseas duty last feb his wife the former Virginia estimated two and a half mile line win be Given by mrs. De Meredith. Study. Mary and has served with the Omohundro will remain in Miami of mounted indians and cowboys a a a the Duke who flew to London at in the South Pacific where floats bands and organizations w. T. U. Meeting yesterday from Paris spent last he was stationed on Biak. He was was witnessed by one of the larg the w. T. U. Will hold a night and tonight at Marlborough it none of the 54 Crews who flew est Street crowds the town has meeting wednesday at 2 30 of clock i House of his Mother dowager troops into Japan. He will report Ever seen. In the Bethal classroom in the Queen Mary. Tor further duty on nov. 22. In my after covering its line of first Christian Church. An inter he visited Windsor Castle for. A and mrs. Scott Zimmerman March horsemen and floats con Esting program has been promised the first time since his abdication Mansfield Ohio former Resi tinted to move about the streets for the afternoon. Broadcast which originated there dents of Miami announce the birth a a a in december 1936. The British of a baby girl Merdith Louise at new Martaa Washer legion auxiliary i press association said the Duke Mansfield sept. 29. Of mrs Joy , 24 f Street would remain in England for about / o to get on Ivi a feet Southwest will entertain the a week. Addition of an automatic Type american legion auxiliary Mem Washer an automatic drier hers on tuesday at a covered dish luncheon. Co hostesses will be mrs. E. R. Chappell mrs. Mary Perry and mrs. Ralph Horn. A a a Eastern Star meeting and continue her work As Cominer rial instructor in the local High school. Johnny Finley is aboard Yorktown Levis Meyer the Wilson school . On the uss Yorktown off Japan Johnny l. Finley jr., aviation electricians mate 2-c. User son of or. And mrs. Lee Finley Miami okla., is serving on this aircraft Carrier which is assigned to the japanese occupation forces. The Yorktown climaxed a War career of 36 major Pacific operations by standing off Japan and sending her planes Over the uss Missouri As the surrender terms were being signed. Pilots based on this ship shot will Down 457 Jap planes and 76 prob both Gas and electric a Gas Range and an electric Frozen food locker to the Maytag line of household appliances was revealed to Bill Gilbreath manager of the Scoggins j furniture and appliance co., Maytag dealer located at 12-18 West Central Avenue in a letter received from president Fred Maytag ii. The announcement followed a series of conferences of Maytag shot prs and Irones produced by the members Are cordially urged to at sponsor Lewis Meyer noted Tulsa destroyed 69r> and damaged Branch managers and distributors Book reviewer in a program at the Ain. Ground and Sank or bed Home office in Newton entertained by mrs. George Stein High school Friday night oct. 19. Helped sink a an it a warships in at which to new products Vivere mrs. L. M. Torbert and mrs. A. Meyer who was bom in Sapulpa Riding the battleship a i Amato and previewed they will be added to Wallace at a i of clock luncheon at prefers to promote Book Reading in a heavy Cruiser Nagano. The june conventional Type Wash the hotel Miami wednesday. All Oklahoma and has refused higher paying jobs in such cities As Chicago a its Angeles and new York. In his program Here he will review Louise bakery so party tickets to be sold by Wilson school children will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. Silk from cabbage although most artificial silk fabric is made of Wood pulp it can also be made from cabbages bananas or any other vegetable matter from which cellulose is of Miami chapter no. 107 order of trained. Eastern Star will hold its stated meeting on thursday evening at 7 30 of clock. A a a sew and sew club the sew and sew club will be notice piano owners r. Bishop now at the Lahoma hotel con restore your piano regardless of its age or condition. A Stoat is the base of 85 percent of All War plastics. S antiaircraft batteries Down 14 aircraft. Courthouse news briefly chronicled they re coming Home Pearl Harbor oct. 6 a All recovered american military prisoners under naval cognizance have been evacuated from japanese the Globe american corporation of prison Camps and started Home Kokomo Indiana which will pro the Navy announced today the Duce dutch oven Gas ranges sex major areas from which evacuation Elu sively for Maytag. 50-year old company which manufactured and sold More than 4,-000,000 washers before converting to War production in 1942. The Maytag company recently purchased a minority interest in tend. The United states employment service recruited More than 500,-000 persons for War jobs away from their Home towns in 1944. Although Pierre Curie is Best known with his wife for the Dis Fred May covery of Radium his discovery of has been completed by search and tag ii and Maytag vice presidents the piezoelectric properties of a Rescue missions from Fleet units George Umbreit arid Roy a. Bradt few types of crystals Laid the foun include Japan China Manchuria have been elected to the Globe Dation for the development of Korea and Formosa. American Board of directors. I hearing aids. Marriage licenses Matt h. Goss 23, Canadian okla., and Jewell Hollis 29, Miami. Ernest l. Shipp 22, and Mary m. Sears 20, both of Miami. A common constituent of Sun Tan lotion incorporated in transparent plastic materials used for windows in military planes reduces deterioration from Ultra Violet rays and protects Crews against sunburn. A match produced in 1882 was known As the a a drunkard a match because the holding end of the splint was treated with a fire proofing chemical which prevented burning beyond mid Point thus saving scorched fingers if the Useir a attention was distracted. Book review sponsored by the Wilson school . A. Friday october 19 it the High school auditorium 8 p. In. Lewis Meyer with Brown Dunkin Tulsa will review Quot party line Quot by Louise Baker the Public is invited admission adults 50c students 25c tickets on Sale of Wilson so fool or phone 952-j hear or. Meyer Over Koo daily 11 15 a. In. The ohly face powder. For of because that How a distinctive woman feels about face powder. It has to be a a a perfect tone. It must a look rights a on her. And ifs so easy to control the Shade when you Are Here where our consultant works. Right before your eyes she blends Beautiful powder colors into the one foce powder that belongs to you because it is Mode to order. At $2, $3, $5. Introductory Box j 1.00. Flu Commerce Christian Church a. A a. Dunn minister Bible school 9 45, superintendent Charles Reese assistant Bradie pipes. Lesson a the Christian Way of the attendance last sunday was unusually Good for a bad Day. It was promotion Day. Next sunday will he rally Day. Also the Pontiac Plymouth contest will begin. A Large attendance is expected. Morning worship and preaching at 10 45. Sermon a tile word made there will he a Basket dinner at the Church. Members and friends will he Welcome. Junior c. E. At 6 30. Evening worship and preaching 7 30. Sermon a the Woas of Man and the Fortes of god a the revival will begin nov. 6. The minister is asking All who Are interested in the revival to come to the Church next wednesday evening at 7 30 of clock. Or. And mrs. Donald Tharp 200 South Vine Street Commerce announce the birth of a six Pound and five ounce baby daughter Horn sept. 28 at the Miami Baptist Hospital. The first local society of the red Cross in America was organized at a lutheran Church in Danville n. Y., in 1881. To your hostess Helena Rubinstein because she san Angel gracious and Sweet because you re eager to say an eloquent a thank you for a heavenly weekend heaven sent perfume. Because its the divine scent of an enchanted Garden delicate hut provocative compelling yet Subtle. Because Shell appreciate your appreciation of her special Charm just As Shell associate the Charm of heaven sent with you Long after your delightful visit. 7.50, 6.00, 3.75, Loo plus Federal Tom Spencer drug cosmetic department tick a Cvrk slam ski a Jbv accueil., Junu of rvs c junk a. Woff y Yuan ice a. Wood of any thaw. Aot<xu/,cebox.,uni own. Ounla sv\c4>-1 to \515.95

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