September 1942

Postmaster T. N. Lawson reported an increase in requests for V-mail letter sheets. Only three sheets a day were allowed per person to write letters to soldiers overseas. … Sid Latham, who lived northeast of town, reported excellent rains in his area. … A truckload of furniture arrived for pre-glider school students housed at the Vorenberg Hotel. … Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Warner returned from a trip to Estes Park, Colo. … John W. Wisner, Elk Drug Store pharmacist, enlisted in the U.S. Navy. …Carl Nowlin became a supervisor for the Farm Security Administration. … Mrs. J. W. Woodard arrived from Houston, Texas, to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Floeck, Sr. Mr. Woodard was engaged in defense work in Houston.