The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on November 10, 1944 · 18
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 18

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Friday, November 10, 1944
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THE DAILY QKLAHQMAN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 1944. Television Star Is in State For WKY Caravan Roberta Hollywood, 18-year-old star )f WKYs Sixth War Bond drive Television tour of 19 Oklahoma cities, m-ived here Thursday amid popping lashbulbs. While the many oil derricks here impressed her, it was Oklahoma's Indian summer weather in November that scored most with Miss Hollywood. Taking off her heavy fur coat, needed for New York's blasts, she said Oklahoma's weather is "simply perfect." This is Miss Hollywood's first trip into Soonerland. Montague on Program She and Sydney R. Montague, widely known former Royal Canadian Northwest Mounted policeman and one of the most sought after speakers, will be starred in the tour, the first of its kind for television anywhere. A professional performer only four vears. Miss Hollywood at 18 is one of television's outstanding personalities. She has had top billing at New York's swank Copa Cabana night spot, and was Jack Benny's featured girl singer in a tour of the nation's military establishments. Miss Hollywood also has sung on She is travelling with her friend and companion, Marjorie Corlies, New York City. Ponca City Gets Opening A spur to the coming war bond drive the tour will be inaugurated Saturday. Armistice day. at Ponca City. The television caravan will go to Enid for its second performance Monday night. Only war bond buyers will be permitted to see the show, which will offer thousands of Oklahomans their first opportunity of seeing television sent and received. At the same time, war bond buyers may see a scene televised and see that same scene as it is received in a television receiver at a strategic spot in the auditorium. At each of the 19 cities, local civic and war bond leaders will be televised. This includes a Television Queen, selected locally, who will be given a $25. locally purchased, war bond. While the Sixth war loan does not begin officially until November 20, all Legion Plans Parade Here months ago an ior and a voune army nurse a lieutenant-fell in love and were man led Not long ago the ueiucnani was transferred back to this country. Shortly she arranged to visit her husband's parents in Boston. They said they would identify themselves in Boston's teeming South S.atkm by currying nn open umbrella no matter what the weather. Thursday, Lieut. Louise E. Howe, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Howe, arrived as scheduled, promptly picked out her husband's family. bonds bought in November are accredited to the drive. Tickets of admission are being distributed by war bond officials in the 19 cities. The tour, which has official approval of the Oklahoma war finance committee, will offer an hour-long performance with featured spots for Wiley & Gene. WKY favorites, and "We are very happy the WKY television show can be offered as an exploitation feature of the Sixth War Loan drive," said George H. C. Green, manager of the western Oklahoma region of 40 counties. "It will not only furnish top-erade entertainment, but has the educational value of giving us a peep at what radio is going to offer in the world of tomorrow," he said. "Here in Oklahoma City some of us have seen some of the rehearsals and even after you see it. it's hard to believe." Technicians for 10 days have been adjusting the intricate television apparatus. The tour is being made possible by ... For mothers, daughters, wives and sweethearts loved one is overseas. Of gold-plated sterling silver . . . choice of. five insignias for the various branches of the services. A decorative pin you'll wear with pride. Tax Included Mail Orders Filled Check Choice of; ARMY MARINES AIR CORPS NAVY (enlisted men) NAVY (officers? 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November 15; Clinton, Novem-hr lfi! Elk citv. November 17: Ho- bart. November 18: Altus. November 20: Lawton. Novemoer 21 ; uuncan. November 22; Ardmore. November 23; Pauls Valley, November 24; Ada. November 25: Wewoka. November 27: Rhr.tt.-np November 28: Chandler. November 29: Stillwater. November 30: Guthrie. December 1. and Chlck- asna December 2. Members of the American legion arid other veteran organisations will parade" Saturday morning, in observ- rmlstice Day which marked the end of World war I. Many recently discharged men of the present World war are expected to participate in the parade along with veterans of the other war. according to Oranville Scanland. general chair- Units of service personnel from Will Rogers field, including WAC and soldiers, together with equipment will be In the formation which also will in clude several bands representing city organizations and schools. Scanland said Thursday Legion naires also hope to arrange for naval personnel, including WAVES, and mil itary rorces irom Tinker riem to participate in the parade which will form N Broadway at Park ana marcn south to Main, west to Walker, and north to the point of- dispersal in Civic center. Following the parade, members of both local Legion posts will continue in their efforts to complete their renewal membership campaign, Jerry Bauer, post commander of No. 35, said. Saturday's events will be climaxed with a dance at the American Legion hall. 10 and Robinson, to which all veterans and guests and service personnel in uniform are invited. Capitol Hill Lions Plan Circus Here The Capitol Hill Lion's club will present the Clyde Brothers Circus on December 7. 8, 9, and 10, it was announced Thursday. The indoor enow is thought to be one of few of such type in the country. Feature act of the show is the i George Hanneford riding act, com prised of six persons anu luur Humce. Proceeds of the show will go to the jmy be purchased from Lion's club Capitol Hill and downtown stores. Adult admission is $1 plUS tax; children's tickets sell for 50 cents plus tax. Defendant at Murder Trial Naps in Court LONDON. Nov. 9. fP) The court martial of 10 American Negro soldiers was interrupted Thursday while the Judge advocate arouscu defendants from a nap. .11 i..i.,in iht laH whn rfnzpd off are charged with murder, the TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD RUB ON WICKS v VapoRub Background Music FOR AN ENJOYABLE tlME Tune UP YOUR DRINKS with Canada Dry Water. Tin-Point Carbonation" keep them full of life ... sparkle lasts to tne Douom sip. Canada Dry Water-the world's moit popular finest bars, hotels and clubs. Its special formula points up the flavor of any tall drink. Serve Canada Dry Water in your home... it coats no more than ordinary mixers. CANAD faSDRY SfeW aftermath of a shooting whIrt brought death to two MPs and k wife of an innkeeper. d th( Mrs. Rooney on Coast HOLLYWOOD. Nov. 9 .-.n.. claiming any motion picture Ji tions, Pvt. Mickey Rooney's bride thi former Betty Jane Rase 0f Birnrtn? ham, Ala., arrived here Thursday JS the actor's mother, Mrs. Nell p,nS HICAGO and NEW YORK Swift air service is provided daily to St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo and New York. Also to Dallas, Fort Worth, Mexico City, H Paso, Tucson, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco. 7ickct Office: Skirvin Hotel. Please make reservations well in advance. Phone 6-3371 American Airlines ROUTE OF THE FJJIGSHIFS JQj GIVE NOW TO THE NATIONAL WAR FUNO jfr Babitmakers by Adler and Adler see you smartly through the active winter ... Adler and Adler effectively mates bright color and dark in two distinctive Habitmakers. destined to take you smartly through the holidays and all through the winter season. 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