Miami News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma on January 4, 1942 · Page 5
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f SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 1942 MIAMI DAILY NEWS-RECORD — MIAMI, OKLA. COLLEGES GET BIG WAR ROLE 50,000 Men Annually for Naval Reserve Sought; McNutt Points Way By EDWAKD O. ETHELL BALTIMORE, Jan. 3— (IP)— The nation's colleges, called upon for a minimum 50,000 men nanually for naval reserve officer training:, were told today they would have to play a major role in keeping the road to Singapore, vital to American victory open "at all costs." Federal Security Administrator Paul V. McNutl told grey-haired college .presidents and deans: " 'You are in the army now'— that or a Na-/,i straight-jacket later. Kvcry resource of the nation must he geared to victroy." Stating that if the Philippines were saved it would ho hy the "skill and ingenuity of Douglas MaoArlhur and by the grace of God—not by any wisdom and foresight of American policy in the years following the Insl great war," McNutt continued: "The fall of Manila stands as an indictment of fhe international thinking of educated Americans. We built for peace. . . . Promised them fr'eedoiTi—as though we were omniscience itself. But at no time did vye look at the total situation realistically enough to create tho conditions upon which real independence and freedom—real security and opportunity—must depend. We built for peace in an ivory tower." McNutt, former governor-general of the Philippinsc, warned educators to abandon that tower and "puerile pacifism"—to realize that "Singapore is a road to American victory" that must be kept open "at all costs." "You, universities and colleges, with all your resources, will help to keep the road through Singapore o p o, n," McNutt declared. "With their lives in many cases your students and mine will defend it." Joseph W. Barker, special assistant to the assistant secretary of tfie navy, stated that in recruiting personnel for a two-ocean navy "some interference with normal college programs is inevitable." He declared the following men were needed as junior officers each year: 30,000 for V-5 flight training who have completed .sophomore studies; 7,000 seniors and 7,000 juniors for lino and engineer- Condensed Statement of the Security Bank & Trust Co. Miami, Okla. . •'% Statement at the Close of Business Dec. 31, 1941 RESOURCES: Loan* & Discounts $297,880.05 Overdrafts Furn. & Fixtures ... Real Estate Other Assets Ilonds & AVarrants .. Cash & Exchange ... 481.14 , 7,595.83 , L001.5G 100.00 $120,401.05 582,307.27 702,798.32 Total $l,(/09,8fi2.!)0 Capital Surplus Undivided Profits DKPOSITK Tot al LIABILITIES: $ 50.000.00 50,000.00 23,908.44 885,9H4.4(i $1,009,8(i2.90 The above statement is correct, N. \V. Wyatt, Cashier ''GROWING BY SERVICE'' Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 0. L. Sauiiders Residence Sold to Tulsan PAGE FIVE Defense Training Will Begin Jan, 9 At Junior College Defense Signup This Week at Commerce COMMERCE, Jan. 3—(Special) —Registration of citizens wishing to participate in Commerce's civilian defense program will bo slart- ed here Monday, Police Chief Aubert Sidwell said today. The registration will be conducted at tho waterworks, between the hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p. m. "We will keep registering persons from day to day. according re- This seven-room brick house, owned by 0. L. Saunders and located at 20 G street northwest, bas been sold to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jones of Tulsa, it was announced Saturday. Frank Fergus of the Fergus Insurance & Realty company handled the transaction, for which no purchase price was disclosed Mr. Jones, an oil man, and Mr.s. Jones will occupy their new home about Feb. L Mrs. Jones and Mrs. II A. Andrews, 208 H street northwesl, wife of the Quapaw Indian agency superintended '"' e aistnns - Photo by Orrick Sparlin PICKER Arrives From Pearl Harbor Mr. and Mr.s. John M cs.se r left Saturday afternoon for Kansas City, where they met, their daugh- tre, Mrs. I!. 1,. Parkinson, who is returning to Picher for the duration of thn war. Mrs. Parkinson's husband, Lieutenant Parkinson of the air force, returned to Pichcr several months ago to marry Miss Messer. First Ilaptist Church At 1.1. o'clock the ordinance of the Lord's supper will be observed. At 7:.'!0 o'clock in the evening baptismal services will be held and at the evening worship service the Rev. W. A. [-'.vans will speak "David's Spoils." torislics of Member." the Early Church Union Church The, Rev. Wesley Posl will preach al the morning service arid Holy communion will be observed. In the evening the Rev. J. JL Mott will occupy the pulpit. Cardin Revival Evangelist A. 7,. Matthews will begin a revival meeting at the Cardin Christian church Monday night, which is to feature inspirational song service and soul-stirring sermons, according to announcement. Methodist Church At the II o'clock services Holy communion will be observed. AI 0:'!0 o'clock in the evening a school of missions will be started with Mrs. Joe Haslet I as leader. The lesson will be on "The Methodist Meeting Mouse." The Rev. Erie J., Heaves will speak on "The Charac-1 wlli ' ! 'i were presented to Hi I t. r U f. .»,•,». T*K ,. M. Pre-Nuptial Shower Mrs. W. C. Hale, Mrs. Inns: Moon i KCr ' Mrs. Oscar Phillips, Mrs. Hale ' Irwin, Mrs. Charles Cronk and .Miss Thelma Forshee entertained with a beautiful miscellaneous shower at the American Legion hut Friday night, honoring Miss Helen Louise C'arrithp.rs, who bo married today to Arch Fisher of Miami, Okla. (James were play- P( '- Kn-lbryn Montgomery and Imo- Kene Irwin were awarded prizes honor. Then the were displayed gifts which lace covered ing duties; ;i.noo seniors, 2.000 jun-1 ,„,„• tal)I ' „„,,„ ., jnk ft|||| ,,,„, lors and .,00 sophomores for gen-1 par;isoli u . nrn presented. After in- eral duty. Students be allowed of tlieir c being enlisted probably would to complete all or part. college education before led to active dutv. Sale of DRESSES One Big Group New Styles for FALL Fine quality dresses you can wear righl now . . . Popular ityles, materials and colors— priced less than a third of their original cost. They're special for DOLLAR DAY! FORMALS Priced for Clearance In Two Biff Groups GROUP NO. \ GROUP NO. 2 1 HIG GROUT OF FALL HATS YOUR CHOICE 50c One Big Rack of Lounging Robes and• Formals Your , Chioce One Big Group of BELTS All Colors — Regular $1.00 to $2.98 Values Your Choice 69* One Big Group of Kid and Stiede Gloves Regular $1.98 to $3.98 Values Your Choice One Big Group of PURSES Regular $2.98 Values Your Choice One Big Group of PARKA HOODS Regular $1.00 to $1.98 Values Choice Bradley Knit Suits Regular Values, $12.98 to $24.98 Your Choice $298 fpcction of the gifts, refreshments were served to the following guests: Mesdames Everetl Jones, John Hicks, John Messer, II. W. Field, Charles Mall, Orville Kemp)), Opal McClanaban, Bertha Hicks, Tmogenc Irwin, Helen Murphy, Lfona Pen rod, Ruth Williamson, Kalhryn Montgomery, Pauline Hall, Sybil Keithley, Edna Mendor, .lirn Modlin, Charles Nichols, Sr., Charles Nichols, Jr., Henry Mott, Roy Neal. Al Maness, Dorothy Shaylor, Ruth Willey, Melinda Anderson, l-;ra I!est, George UoiiL'h- ton, Fred Carrithers, and Miss Velum Adams, all of Picher, and Mrs. Edith Itead of near St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Arch Fisher and daughter, Caroll Sue; Freda Hart. Miss Vivian Adams, Miss Sharon Rose Willey, all of Miami, and Mrs. John Herring of Weir, Kas. Those sending irifts were Mesdames Gerald Combs. Dan Hal lock, Arch Os- Commandeeriiig of Autos 'Possibility', But Not Probable WASHINGTON, Jan. S—(/P)— The prospect thai the government in time to come, mignt find it necessary to commandeer .private automobiles for war service was placed today in the realm of "the possible" rather than "the probable." This interpretation eased somewhat the fears expressed by some automobile owners throughout the country that they might as well count on ultimate sei/.ure of their machines. Price Administrator Leon Henderson yesterday described such commar.deering as a "gloomy prospect," but he went on to say that Britain and Germany, at war for more than two years and with much fewer automobiles than bas the Uniled States, had not, yet re- wMl S01 ' tci ' t" commandeering. 0PM officials explained today that this country, in its tremendous war effort, must be prepared to face any contingency. But, they continued, there, was no reason that the future possibility of the government's taking over .private ' n \ machines should affect purchase or sale of used ears now. Some cities reported that citizens had declined to buy used cars in fear that the government soon would take them over. Henderson explained that only fiiiO/HIO new cars would be available for sale to private consumers after automobile production i.; shut down next month for the duration of the war, n number insufficient for the needs of physicians and surgeons, police, fire departments and similar public necessity activities. Numerous inquiries have been received, President Satin C. Perec- full announced Saturday, about special courses, intended to equip enrol lees for national defense jobs, thut will be offered at Northeastern Junior college, beginning Jan. 9. Mr. Pereefull said the only re-jto the. numbers of volunteers quircment for entrance is thul Ihe sponding," Sidwell said, sludenl be a high school graduate, instruction will be given mostly al night, although some day classes may be scheduled. A representative of the University of Oklahoma and possibly one from the DuPont powder firm will attend the first meeting of students. The program, granted to the local college because of its qualifications as'a "training area," was! obtained through co-operation of! the United States Office of Educa-i lion and Ihe Unive.rsily of Oklahoma. Applicants for admission in such courses as engineering drawing, elementary engineering mathematics, industrial safety engineering and elements of structural do- sign may apply at President Per- Eaeh person will be fingerprint- edi He may join the auxiltoy<:po- lice or any branch he so desires under the civilian setup, the police chief explained. NA/IS FINE NOKSE VILLAGE LONDON, Jan. «.—(/T)— Reuters quoted a report in the Stockholm newspaper Sagens Nyheter today that Norwegians in the little village where British Commandos landed on Vaagso Island, off the coast of Nazi-held Norway, were fined 10,000 kroner — $2,000—because the German military cables were cut in 35 places. instruction is planned. instructors have, been conduct the classes. Competent i assured to i Courthouse News Briefly Chronicled ALLOTMENT DICED Cherokee Nation to Phillip Witt; X'i! SWVt SW'/i Sec. '2 and K'/i SE U :!-25-2::. IIOMICSTEAD DEED Cherokee Nation to Phillip Wilt; Sli SW'/i SW'.i '2-'2~i-2'.}. WARRANTY DEEDS Masonic Lodge to Masonic Chat- ity Foundation of Okla., $1.00- S ''• NWVi 10-27-2,'i. John G Austin, etux to Hattie A Brown. ?I.OO; East r.O ft. of Lo^s 13-M-lfi JRIk. 18 Miami. Walter M. Painter, etux to Wood row W. Painter; $1.00- LOT r!2, lilk. 10.1 Miami. (Compiled |>y Pbolo-.Abslract Co.) ONE GROUP COSTUME SUITS & FUR TRIMMED COATS REDUCED TO PRICE ALL OTHER COATS. OFF — ONE GROUP — DRESSES Values To — ONE GROUP — DRESSES Values To $25.00 SJOO ONE BARGAIN TABLE Hats — Purses — Blouses, etc. HALF-PRICE OilII 111 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL home of Mr.s. Eva North Ella street. Anderson on A meeting of the Picher W. C. T. U. was held al Wesley Hall Friday afternoon. Mr.s. Eric J. Keaves led the devotional service and Mrs. J. H. Molt was in charge of the program. The next meet ing will be held at the home of Mrs. | born, Callie Trentbam, Beiilahl.J. 11. Mott, HIK South Alta street, j Diirnil, Martha Mc.Comiell. Clyde I Harry Carrey of Treecc, Kas.. | Dawson. Edna McUcynolds, Lee: was taken in a Durnil ambulance | Payton, Mary Huddleslon, Charles! to a Galena doctor's office and re Nichols, Sr., W. C. Hale, 11. ('.j turned Friday. Mi-Williams, Waller Guthrey, Pete! The Ladies' Auxiliary of KusKoll, George Rantds. Walter! American Legion will meet at Ki^ r gs, Genevieve Stovall, Toriyj hut Tuesday night. Gustin, Frank Hills. Martin Baird.j Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Best visited Clyde Hocker, Lucille Breedlove, j relatives in Xeosho, Mo., Tuesday C. M. Siever, Kount/, E. R. Cla- j :l nd also visited a niece, Mrs. Chris- haugh, George Washlmrn. Ferroli Blaine, Mae Bruce, June Andrews, Eli/abeth Morris, Mr. W. W. .SchulU. and Misses Lois Martin, Pearl Nolan and Katie AlcCall, Mrs. Dan Foley, Denver, Colo.; .Mrs. W. E. Hendricks, Washington, D. ('.; Mrs. Ed Carrithers, Fort Scott, Kas.; Mrs. Harry Duni can, Hutchinson, Kas., Mrs. Henry hihinton. A ft on, Okla.: Mrs. Ivan Fisher, Miami, Okla.: Otto Hodgen.j ] ovnrs tine Muslain nl Anderson, who is recovering from a major surgical operation. Mr.s. Carroll Best: attended the; White Shrine at Miami Thursday night. A community singing convention will be held at the Douthal .Baptist church today, beginning at 1 :-t,"i, County President, Tommy Goodwin, announced Saturdav. All , . Miami. Mrs. Si Kenney, Miami, and Mrs. Eli/aheth P.ristow of Picher. of music invited to True Companion Class The True Companion class the Union lend. .Mr. and Mr.s. F. P. Gilbert returned to their home in St. Louis, Mo., Saturday after a two week's if I visit here with relatives and watch i friend. 0 . Mrs. Gilbert will be n party al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones New Year's eve. A surprise handkerchief shower was given for Mrs. Jones in honor of her birthday anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mr.s. Ira Hulvey, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Venue, Mr. and; ed. Mrs. J. II. Moll, Tom Swango, Miss j Lieut. George Russell and fam- Goldu Swango nf Kansas City, W.j ily left the first of the week for j W. Si-hull/, Darrell Coehrnn, Dan I Camp Barkelcy, Abilene., Tex., aft-j membered as the former Miss Ann Kerlcy. The Pythian Sisters' Thimble club will meet Tuesday with Mrs Maude Wolsey, 101 West D street. A covered-dish dinner will be serv- llanchew, ld Jones. id Mr. and Mrs. Har- l-'amily Reunion Mr. and Mrs. George Hall, MO South Picher street, bad as their guests at- u New Year's family reunion and turkey dinner Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morris and daughter, all of Coffeyville, Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. Hob Tici; of Miami, and .Mr. and Mrs. I'M Easlon and son, Roy Lee, of Joplin. The day was spent socially and in making resolutions for the coming year. Church Auxiliary The Ladies' Auxiliury of the Free Will Baptist church met at the. home of Mrs. Ella Capron, fi'JO North Emily street, Thursday. Present, were Mesdamos Ella Taylor, Eva Anderson and daughter, Pricilla Eastep and son, Kay; A.sa Shuck and daughter, Lorclla; Effie Groom, Yiolel Dirkcrson, and the hostess, Mrs. Capron. The next meeting will be held al UK ' er spending a Christmas furlough with relatives here. Miss Clydene Dawson, who has been .visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. C. O. Dawson, 41,0 South Francis, relumed to Washington, i D. ('. Friday night. J The Sunshine Circle will meet Thursday at, the hon.e of .Mr.s. Henry King, -01 South Vantage street, with Mrs. John Gibson and Airs. Henry Molt as joint hostesses. Plans for the year are to bo made. The Wednesday afternoon bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs. H, W. Field al 1 o'clock Wednes- dav afternoon. BREAKFAST SMALL PAYMENT — TERMS 'FEATHER' TWO FLIEKS KILLED MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. .'•!. '.'!'( Two men were killed late yesterday when their army plane crushed about 17 miles southwcsl of here. They were listed by the field public relations office jis Lieut. George C. Rodge nf Fords, N". J., an instructor, and Private .lamps V. Dougherty of Norfolk, Va., Jii.s pas 13-15-17 EAST CENTRAL

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