Miami Daily News Record in Miami, Oklahoma 7 Oct 1945
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Miami Daily News Record (Newspaper) - October 7, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma
Pace twelve Stimson wont attend Parley former Cabinet official out of labor meeting due to health Miami daily news record a Miami okla. Sunday october 7, 1945 for amp am his lamp a of Miami a. I m. Coling confiscated Jap photo May show first bomb to fall on Pearl Harbor by Peter Edson Nea Washington correspondent the time hut the venerable statesman had a heart attack at the White House on his 78th birthday. This was the Day he left Washington. He recovered re Assembly wednesday stressing the slogan a equal Opportunity of education for All boys and girls in the United states a Fred Jimer son Ottawa county superintendent of schools spoke in Washinton oct. 7 former Observance of Rural education Day oct. 4, to Northeast secret Ary of w a Henry i. St in Ern f acuity members and student body in Assembly wed Eon will not he named presiding Sav also on the program wore Dorothy Baker who Road his health will not permit him to the charter for Rural schools and Ruth Broyles who spoke take Tho arduous Assi no it. No Oil the work hid purposes of the 4-11 clubs miss \ in Finis announcement was made of it at Lindsey student Council sponsor was in charge of the t program. Made that it is almost impossible Gamma pledges Sang a song and to keep up with them. That fact freshmen Beth Mccleery Jean led former Secretary of Treasury tally Freddy Scott James by Henry w. astray the Chanan and Hyrum Ipson Nuho Mark ably and was Able to leave other Day when he criticized the were not wearing their freshman on his own feet though the attack government because it had not Caps were obliged to sing the did delay his Takeoff from Wash mime Public its plan known As pc school song. In ton Airport by nearly an hour. 1067_ joint chiefs of staff memo no. 1067, Morgenthau made this Steak Fry the 5,00 1 Jap prisoners of War criticism of his former pals while a Steak Fry for residents of now held in the United states will putting in a plug for his own commons Hall and their guests be shipped Back where they came forthcoming Book a Germany is was held wednesday night at Hen from in the near future. General our problem Quot in which he finally Stanley Sabin on grand Lake. Macarthur has advised washing reveals a with president Roose singing led by Les Osburn Square ton the pos can be absorbed Veit s deathbed permission the a dancing called by miss Rodecker without difficulty and major Gen Mous Morgenthau plan of 1944 for and College yells led by Eleanor Oral Lerch the Provost marshal governing Germany. Heck Clarence Whithead general has flown to Japan to Morgenthau a criticism of the Complete arrangements for the Truman administration for not entertainment Transfer. Most of the Jap Pris making Public 1067 does no to add up because he had it in when he was Secretary of Treasury he was asked to make it Public and did t. Pointing up mistakes to be avoided in disposal of surplus War,., plants labor department repetition signed in blood ,. ,. �?.----., a a swearing that on return to Japan a a hers have just issued a report Davig Jorfi Herk Mary r0binson, on the 20-year record of Blunder Jame Buchanan Reth Mccleery in disposing of a world War Kyj g Hopkins Phyllis Freeman powder Plant at Nitro near Clarence Whitehead and Donnalea Charleston w. A. J Reho. The Plant was built in 1917 at a chaperone were president and plan for employees in his electrical co flt million dollars. Its junk mrs. Bruce Carter or. And mrs. Concerns in the Northwest. Brief vue was considered 17 million Joe Ables or. And mrs. Don Dyer by the plan called for setting aside of it was sold in 1919 at a con and miss Emma Lou Rodecker. 25 percent of the net profits after a t Price of eight million. The taxes for division among emn yers then removed the Best a record concerts ploys on the basis of their senior Whinery and walked out on the Deal. Record concert will be held the bomb explosion that May have meant the difference Between War and peace for the United states on dec. 7, 1941, is shown in the photo above. It pictures what is believed to have been the first bomb dropped by the japs on Pearl Harbor. A Jap plane circled can be seen pulling out of a dive above american warships. Photo was found torn to pieces by Martin j. Shemanski of Plymouth pa., photographers mate second class at Yokosuka naval base near Tokyo. He copied picture with japanese camera on Jap photographic plates turned original Over to naval intelligence. Picker news and will be read from the absent members. A quartet composed of Clayton Moore Norma Carrupt and Frances and Rex Gary will sing and the address will be Given by owners in the u. S. Were captured in earlier Pacific campaigns and remained obstinately irreconcilable up to the Day the emperor threw in the sponge Towel and works. A few Days before that one Small group at Camp Mccoy wis., did Send in a they would work for democracy. Erie a. Johnston new head of the motion picture producers and successor to a a Czar will Hays recently installed a profit sharing Baptist Sermon the Rev. W. H. Hawes announces Loyce Davis provided the evenings that his subject for the la of clock the Rev. C. V. Dunn of Commerce hour will be a the second coming the program will close with the to is and guests present of at the evening service prayer. His Han is were As follows Betty Woodrow his topic will be Eleanor Heck Bertie Catlin Les Osburn Jimmy Rodhouse Walter prayer meeting Mitchell Pauline Dareing Fred a prayer meeting will be held at first methodist Church met Friday baling Victor Jantz Bobby Kram 7 30 of clock monday night at the night for a business meeting with or Richard Auman William har Home of mrs. Ada Thompson on d mrs. Lance Duff in charge of the Ney Louise Tyler William Yoch Street near the Netta Street Bap meeting. Plans were made for a followed by the devotional led by mrs. W. C. Hale. The lesson was led by mrs. George Washburn. Others present were mrs. Jessie b. Kuhn mrs. John Woods of Baxter and mrs. Harold Mcclain mrs. Lyndon Scott mrs. Charles Williamson mrs. L. E. Grayson mrs. E. R. Claybaugh mrs. Harry Evans mrs. J. K. Cameron and mrs., Howard Wimberly of Richer. Or. And mrs. Earl Seigle and mrs. Mae Bruce Are spending the t week end in Joplin visiting the lat terms daughter mrs. June Andrews. Fire chief Asa Robinson of Miami spent thursday in Picher on business. The business and professional women a club met thursday at the clubhouse for a covered dish supper. Those enjoying games after a Short business meeting vere mrs. Alma Rogers Freda Hart d. W. Berry Mae h. Bray Algia Hail Mae Guthrey Andye Hocker Pauline Leffler Adda Hall Mildred Andrews Emma matter Nora Daugherty Lucille Bullock Genobia Douthitt Dorothy Bricken Lois Cooper Katie Mccall and misses Adelene Campbell Emaline Collins Flora Shryock 1 Bess Streeter Mary Berry Mae Pele Russell. Mrs. A. L. Be Gean Bell Georgia Jones Clare Malone of Baxter the president was in and hostesses Edna Mcreynolds charge. The group Sang a song and Zelda Triplett. Jims Dif Buna. Jot new shipment printed Jersett Young mothers club meets the Young mothers club of the am Jerry Keith Gene null Loyce list Mission with mrs. Mable Thomas leading the devotional. Golden anniversary or. And mrs. J. H. Mott will hold open House from 1 00 p. In. To 5 00 p. Rn., in Observance of their Golden anniversary sunday oct. 14. Halloween party and other activities for the year. Those present were mrs. Lyndon Scott mrs. Leon Teste Mian mrs. Howard Wimberly mrs. Harry Evans and mrs. Richard Russell. Each school Day afternoon 12 40 to i of clock in the from qty in service and salary Scales. Quot Bat Wab was resold at aug after the plan was put in effect a on in 1937 for Only $2.18,000. The group of the employees protested government Over the 20-year be Doorn with mrs. Marjorie c. Wag it Wasny to fair they said to the Rod collected a total of five million Nef speech an j journalism in sync stability of the company of the dollars but spent More than that stockholders. To Johnston a sur a foreclosures and lawsuits prise what they proposed was that Mora drawn from the Case is 6 percent net profits be set aside government would have for the stockholders first before been better off if St had Iven he any allocation was made for prof plan ree 1� someone to operate. Tor in charge. A a a Eta Upsilon Gamma Gamma actives sue Marsh Loyce Davis and Marjorie Wil Naomi Circle meets the Naomi Circle of the first Baptist Church met thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. E. R. In Lumb. Those present were mrs. T. A. Carlin mrs. Rufus Smith mrs. Claude Norris mrs. De Jones mrs. Earl Bowman mrs. A. Big Ley and the hostess mrs. Plumb. It sharing among the employees. A a so Many drafts of plans for the government of Germany have been Tab ii. Well Quot weather Quot your Winter Wash problem Church services the methodist Church will observe the worship services for bams met with mrs. Etta r. Bru a world wide communion sunday on it sponsor monday night to for at 10 00 of clock. Special music will the wily authentic portrait of mul the or Oriter the a. Face b choir Columbus belongs to the de Orem Kiester. J family of Como Italy. Loyce Davis was appointed Baptist meeting pledge Captain to enforce rules for the Baptist people held their pledges. Marjorie Williams was a northeastern associational meet pointed program Captain to assist ing at Grove thursday. Those atu.5.5 0r Piet. Orland Why tolerate the discomfort of icy or Drippy Wash Days Why sacrifice the time you could give to other things it Why take a Chance on Winter colds unpleasant chapped skin Why not Send us your family laundry Well give it the same careful attention you would and return to you a Wash you d be proud to say you had turned Del mar laundry 302 e. Central. In planning projects and entertainment for the sorority. Pledges Phyllis Freeman Marilyn Watt Eleanor Heck Betty Jean Allen Bettyjo Terry Ella Ruth Mcferron Mary y Irginia White j Field i Irene Simpson Betty Mac f Hill Sara Britt and Nadine Stan tending from Picher were the Rev. W. H. Hawes the Rev. Frank Woods mrs. De Wilson mrs. Warren Dye mrs. A. Conn mrs. Dorothy Farley and mrs. Bill Woolsey. Business girls meet business girls met thursday at Borough will receive their pledge the new club House for their regu pins and paddles at an informal tar meeting. Refreshments were pledge service monday oct. 8 at served at the close of the meeting the Home of mrs. Joseph s. Thomp to 28 members. Son 433 Bay Street. A a a Chicken dinner new students the adult department of the three new students have entered first Baptist Church held a Chick College this week. They Are Ray in dinner Friday at the Church for Mitchell Billy Gene whited and a members and prospects. Clar Walter c. Jeffrey All of Picher. Ence Plannett of Miami was the they have been out for football i speaker practice and expect to play with methodist women meet the women a society of Christian service of the methodist Church met at the Home of mrs. M Asp Iii Sosby. Replace it with pennvern0n window Glass a he res Why Pennler non is unusually free from distorting defects for a Sheet Glass. Offers Good Clear vision. Pen Vernon is Brilliant of surface on both sides of the Sheet. And although it is of Superior Quality it costs you no More than or Dinar Glass. Ask us for Penn Vernon. And look for the pen Vernon Label 69c printed Rayon crepe Jersett Type print the patterns you Hove been waiting for. It time for ladies Hose 4s gouge pair 92c foil shoes. All sizes 81 to to i. 42 gauge75c women Whit uniforms $1.90 you la wont several at Price. Sizes 12 to 44. This 75 pair women non rationed dress shoes to Clear $2.44 gabardine toe in Ond toe out. Some Alligator trimmed. 50 pair of women galoshes to Cua pair choir practice the methodist Church held their choir practice thursday night at Howard Brake Dokter for passenger cars and trucks l in v vhf in i Stop and listen to the so re dec a of those brakes there a a Brake Dokter in town for your car or truck. The Miami motor company hos installed new modern broke equipment to give you too percent brokes. We now specialize on brakes front end Ond knee action alignment for Coster Comber Ond toe in wheel Ond tire balancing statically Ond dynamically Ond wheel straightening so drive in and Hove your Cor checked before your brokes foil and your tires Wear out due to misalignment Ond unbalanced condition. We con replace the worn parts and align the front end suspension of your Cor to factory specifications Ond put it in Safe driving condition. I will Chick your car Fri estimate Miami motor co. Frank Zojic owner and manager 128 South main St. Phone 1008 the norsemen. A a a conference opposition this year northeastern will com j the Church with mrs. Pete with the Oklahoma military Winberly in charge. Academy and Bacone Junior Collegen the Eastern Oklahoma Junior Naomi Circle meets collegiate conference. At least six the Naomi Circle of the first of the scheduled games for the Baptist Church met thursday at norsemen will be for the Cham the Home of mrs. E. R. Plumb on in a Syi or a ubies Safi Atwol or Quot sift. Shop $1.00 14 i. Central phone 1707 21 South main phone 449 Pion ship of this conference. A a a night Art class enrolment in the night Art class conducted by Charles b. Wilson was increased monday night when Isabelle Cowgill Mildred Fichter Lois Shipley and Betty Wakefield enrolled. The class is learning the Basic lines to use when sketching from life. A a a paltry palaver wonder where his new desk ?. North Gladys Street. Attend football game or. And mrs. Dick Edwards spent saturday in Sapulpa okls., where they attended the Fairland Keifer football game saturday night. Union Homecoming the Union Church will have a Homecoming and rally Day sunday beginning at 9 45 of clock. Class or. Carter got no. 7 will sing a song at 11 00. We hear that o clock and a Reading will be Given Norma Thiessen has an out of by Betty Forrester town boy Friend. The fresh duet by Coleen Johnson and iceman had better be on guard next Roy Harper Reading by Juanita week As the initiations Start Mon Betz and duet by the Rev. Henry Day. Jim Rodhouse has added Ford and Shade Cooper Reading i Grace Heck to his list. New by Jane Williams and Marlene Lef combination seen at the Steak Fry filor will be included in the morn include Bill Yocham Jerry Keith ing program. At noon a Basket Din m. E. Hopkins Phyllis Freeman Ner will be served. At 2 30 songs and James Buchanan Beth my will be Sung after which letters celery. Les Osburn a i am a a a going Stag. What a the use of Tak voc and lesson ing a girl when i always have to a variety is the spice of life Medile cording to Jim Rodhouse. Eleanor Heck seems to have Yocham three Down and difficulty in keeping up with her two a 8��?� a to the Stea i Fry. Opp by City news amp Book shop Cox what books Are doing this week Quot the Black Rose a in eerily ahead of any Hook on the Market. Thomas Costain has also riven us a ride with me another Al historical novel. Both these books Are on our rental and sales shelves. Quot the Gauntlet Quot by James Street. On Sale out. 18. Story of a Baptist minister and his wife. Kathie in a a Mal Missouri town May Well be held i As a modern classic so competently is it written. In fact All the religion involved Wingo referred to As the metre tic preacher might a Well have been a teacher or a doctor. A Good books you la like it. Third on the list without question is Quot Cass Timber Lane a a by Sinclair Lewis. A novel of husbands and wives. Plenty of rather raucous humor for which Lewis is famous. Golden books�?28 colourful glossies. Ages 1-6 priced each 25c 23 North main Street Miami Oklahoma Smrdl Steak Taat a made in Miami buy Miami made All rubber two snaps mostly medium heels. Sizes 3 i to 6 women better suits to Clear $17 All Wool fall suits. Buy o suit for the Price of a sport locket. Colors rust Brown Green. Chack this Otic clothes hampers to Clear $4.00 they Ore the kind any woman would wont in her Home. Boys Wash suits $240 Long pants. Most suits Button i on Model. Sizes 2 to 6. Five piece Oak breakfast sets Mode from the finest ook available. Cut and assembled by skilled Miami craftsmen to on Ultra Short design. Finished in a durable lacquer polished to a High gloss Thot is easily kept clean and Bright. Chairs Are comfortably padded and covered with the finest Quality Leatherette knit smart alls $1.90 fitted Waistline and suspenders. Just what Mother has been waiting for. Sizes i to 3. 42.50 note the slanted rounds Thot give Odded strength to the choirs. Furniture floor Man heavy Union suits $1.79 Long sleeve and legs Cotton in Union suits. Others. $1.10
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