The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 30, 1944 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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TOLA, KANSAS TJE 10L& REGISTER. SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 30.1943. —^ ' ' 1 1 I PAGE THREE {Octavia Stewart) Mrs. W. P. McFadden is confined to her home, idue to illness. Ray Hale,' who is employed at the Sunflower Ordnance at Par- Kon.s, • is here visiting Mrs. Hale. .SLKEPER MORTUARY, PHONE 72. Sgr. Robert Daugherty has re- lurned from 23 months overseas in the Asiatic Pacific theater of operation and is liome on furlough visiting his "Wife and other relatives in Moran: EUwood Thisler returned to his home in Junction City yesterday after spending a few days here as the guest of his aunt. Miss Julia McClure. Mrs. John Costello left yesterday morning for her home in Junction city after visiting her mother, Mrs. Ella M. Grover. iWAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Mr', and Mr .s. Howard Lowman and :their children, Bob, Jaclc and , Gloria, w'ho have been guests of ! Mr. and Mrs. B. Lowman, north; of lola, returned to their home in , , Olclahoma City, Olcla.. yesterday. : No Lrjcion Meeting Monday Nieht, atiount of New Year's. Major and Mrs. Glen Remst>erg are here from Brady, Tex., visitmg hus mother, Mrs. Emily Remsberg, and other relatives and friends. ENJOY CHRISTMAS 1945 in a home of your own. . . . We'll help you realize that joy. . . . Come in and learn about our plan for home ownership which is simple, economical and safe. We'll be glad to explain. SECURITY BIDG. & LOAN ASSO. A. I). GORDON, "I'list Commander Mr. artd Mrs. Jess Mendel and their son! Orville, will arrive tonight from Mound City, Kas., to spend the week-end at the home of their daughter. Mm. Russell Morri.son and Mr. Morrison. Mrs. Grant Webb, who has spent the past week here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinman, returned to her home in Neo- sJio Palls, yesterday. Wallpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS PAINT STOKE t Mrs. Carl Cory, who has been confined to her home due to illness, l-; reported to be improving. it You Miss Your Register Plic-ne 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7 00 p. m. Only one delivery can inade and that is after 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Judah have received a cablegram from their son, Lt. Theodore W. Judah, that he has completed his missions in the air offensive against the enemy in the European theater, and will soon return to the states. Lt. Judah has also been awarded the Air Medal. T-:3 Willard Trojitwine left this - morning for jChicago to spend New Year's day wiith Mr. and Mrs. William: c. Carnes. Hi^ will return to • Jeffersoi^vllle, Ind.,. on Jan. 3. Mrs. Stanley Schell will leave this evening for Kansas City where she plans to get!employment and make her' home for the present. Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing 24-;Hour Sendee On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Vulcahlziug and Tread Service Mrs. 'Warren Waters and Mary Ann wlio have been spending the Jioliday.t in Port Scott ns tlio gue.sts of'Mrs. Waters' parents, Mr, and Mr.s. Wijlium Taylor returned home last night. |Mi.s.s Diane Worthington; who hiis been vLsItlng her i';;indparen*.s. Dr. and Mr.s. Herbert Ratidle.s, returned with them. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of AU Types. Large and Medium Kocbera SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE In a news bulletin received at The Register this morning, Pvt. Roy E. Townsend was among a group of soldiers mentioned Ijeing P!;ai.sed for their work with the Sixth army group in Prance. They are the soldiers that do the automotive maintenance work on the headquarters vehicles, furlilsh drivers, handle- the supply of many quartermaster items and , make /dozens of repairs on equipment, I and any of the dozens of "odd Joljs" j that are necessary. Pvt. Townsend , is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I Towasend, 410 West CampbelL "She's very snooty this cvoiiiii^, but i>t the |«arty hist nij^lil tlicv had fo rfslr'aiii !icr J'roiii doiii.i; :i lap daiicc on llif Tapper Tapped Diano! Screen actress Ann Miller, above, famed for her tap dancing, has been tapped by the Artists' and Sculptors' Institute of New York as one of the world's most glamorous women and "outstanding personality" Mrs. Gerald Pees and daughter, Barbara, who spent Christmas with Mrs. Pees 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Duncan, in Lane. Kas., returned home Thursday. WAUGH FUNERAL HOMEJ—36. Miss Ellen Wing and Mrs. Will H. King returned yesterday from Columbus, Kas., where they spent Cliristmas with their sisters, Mrs. August Sieg and Mrs. Nathan W. Houston. PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room of tlie Iiome SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kirk had as their guests over Christmas their two sons and their families: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kirk, Emelie, Jacqueline and Patricia, of Topeka, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kirk, Evelyn, Beth and Laureen of Wichita. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. Miss Wilda Johnson, who teaches in Little River, and Miss Wanda John.son, a registered nurse, in Kansas City, Mo., are .spending the holidays with their sister-in-liiw, Mrs, WiUiani T. Johnson and family. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer "extra" copies of each Issue. Subscribers wishing to purchase several copies of any particular issue are asked to place their order In advance, it possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long as they last. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Powers are the. parents of a daughter twrn December 28 at their home 920 North Buckeye. The baby has been named Judy Kathryn. BEDROOM SUITES 4-Piece Modemlstio $99.50 CURTIS Fli"RJVITURE The Cover Girl, Miss Betty Metcalf, who appeared on the. Ladies' Home Journal of March, June, and Novemljer, is the daughter of a former lolan, Mrs. E. W. Metcalf, who spent her childhood here. Before her marriage, she was Miss Clara Woodin. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Metcalf now live in Webster Grove, Mo. Miss Metcalf is one of the John Powers Cover Girls of New York. Ultra-violet ray photography is said to record chemically obliterated writing. , OLD YEAR I want to close the old year, Lord- All finished Uke a book; , Turn eyes from smudged lind dog­ eared page. Bar any backward look. There are.'some scores I marked to pay- Some large—and some are small: The grief they caused—I'm sorry, now, , Forgive m£ for them all. Then place a new h>ook in my hand. New pages I can read; And give ine from it deeds to do. And thoughts of other's lieed. And whei^' its pages I mrtst close. Pray let there be no griei;; But let my hands turn htippily The new book's last clean. leaf. ' —Clara Hood Kugpl. ! CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK | ; <• MQNDAY Salem Chapter No. 4 O. E. S. will meet' in the Masonic Temple at 8 p. m. for a stated meeting. TUESDAY Chapter L of P. E. O. meets with Mrs. Florence Belding, 315 South Elm, at- 3 p. ni. The Oimmie. Gray Guild will meet with Mrs. Gladys Lacy, 845 N. Jefferson, at 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Ladies of the G. A. R. will meet at Memorial hall at 2 p. m. Chrysi-Dt^ke Mr. an* Mrs'. Milo Ern(.'.st Chryst announce the marriage of their daughter,; MarctjUa Evelyn, to Lt. (jg) Roy Francis-Drake, It.^S. N. R. Tlie ma;rriage took plaie "Thursday, Dece'jnber 28, at the chapel of the Naval-Air Siation, Olathe, Kas. The vows:, were' read by, Chaplain W. D. ^podman before a; candle- lighted 'alter of flowers and ferns. Organ music wa.s played softly during the ceremony. The bride wore a pink 'X'bol dress with brown acc'es.sories. .Her corsage was .of cataylea orchids. The matron of honor was M'ra. A. P. Brigham, Jr. She wore a blue wool dress with navy accessories. Her corsage vvas of graderias. The bridegrooiTJ was; attendees by En- .sign A. P, Brigham. Jr. Guests at the .wedding Were Mr .s. L. M. Hines and Miss Claradell Curtis of ilola. kas. •> •:• Virginia Brooke Has Christmas, Dance Humboldt, Dec. 29—Miss Virginia Brooke entertained with a Christmas dance at her home Wednesday night honoring J her house guest. Miss Barajjara Paul. The hou^e was beautifillly decorated witli holiday festooning of green Ijoyghs, a beautiful Ughted Christmas' tree and Christmas t)ells. A yule log burtied merr^.ly in the grate, adding a touch cf warmth and cordiality to the occa.sion. Miss Brboke's guest list included Miss Barbara Paul of; : Parsons, Misses Eleanor Bradford"^. Virginia Martin, Ettllie Joan Kent; Elizabeth Drake, Betty Rose Wulf, Eileen Wulf; Messrs.; Herbert; ! Garvie, Richard Golburn, Harold- Lassman, Dale Wlniberley, Don H^efcr, Bob Redding, ;8ob Parkhurst, Max Erwin. Jerry. Wlllenburg, and Marion Manlon. Delicious refreshments were served at midnlcht. Blohm-Frazell . Mr. and Mrsj D. R. Blohm announce the maiTiage of their daughter, Georgia Lee to Coxswain Wendell Prazell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frozen. tThe wedding took place December 28 at the Trinity Methodist parsonage with the Rev. Robort B. Brown reading the ceremony. The bride wa? attended by Miss Geraldine. Stroup. Clyde Prazell acted as best man for his brother. I Mi-s. Prazell was graduated from the Tola high school with the class of 1944. Coxswain Praz'ell finished a year earlier' and has just returned from fourteen months with the navy in the So'ath Pacific. • « « Younger Set Dances At Copcning Hoiae The sub deb crowd got together last night for a'^ party at the home of Miss MUrtha Copening. 209 South State. The .evening was spent dancing. Present were:,Misses Nancy Lawrence. Marlene l^enski. Patricia Rabon, MarV Mahoney, Betty Hoff- I meier, Ollfene Steele, Francine Yel- ' ton, Barbara Coutant, Shirley Halbe. Martha Copenlng; Messrs. Bob Lacey. Walter ,,. Cross, Norman Gelphman, • Keith Worthington< Larry Sclimidt, William Taylor and John Elliott. ' fighter planes may eventually elimip&.te dive bomljers and torpeflo twrnbtsrs. Pacific operations have shown that the Navy's new fight&rs can be used at mast- heat and glide tiombers, and take up their fighter ,role after dropping tlieir twmb loads. The United'.States expends $60,000.000 annually for health services. lllGNOFA CV^666 Cold Pieparations as directed WHERE TO GO on NEWYEiV^'S Day- in the morning for HOT CAKES KELLEY COFFEE SHOP At Noon for Dinner KELLEY COFFEE SHOP in the Evening for a Bite KELLEY COFFEE SHOP OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS ^/ LGOk: AT THOSE { -/ MEM.' THEY LOOK. \ LIKE GEMTLEMENJ, ' SS^I ANJD VOU LOOK • LI'KE A BUM.' WHY DDM'T VOU HAVE f-IORE SELF RE-SPECT AMP DRESS UP, TOO.? OKAY, V I WILL.' I'LL GET SOME KIEW CLOTHES I SEE MOW WHY HE WAS SO AMKIOUS PER. US TO STOP ASJ' PICK HIM LJS" HE DIDNJ'T PAht START DRESSIN' UP HIMSELF, BUT WAJsJTEP HE(2. TO MAKE I DID MIME C3EADUALLV SlMCE. C5IRLS STARTED WOEK IMG INJ TH'SHOP "MY WIFE WEV- . , ER. MOTICEP / IT, ER ELSE THE SLICKERS ; T. M. RCO. U. ft. PAT. Off. IZ -2T OUR BOARDING HOUSE ff EGAD, 5^KE / MOy ARg. TMS S ^f ^E CRUDE LQUT-^SCOFFlNiG AT MV ABILITVAS 600V6UAR .D, AMD OFPERlNiS MR, RKE V&UR OVMM UMC0L3Tl-\ PERSO?i FOR THE 506/ —AMDTMAT COAR .SIS GOFFASKl OF VOUR-^i V ^JME ^:l X TOLD l-\liv\ X pl^CE: PROTECTED THE PERSON OFTME BEV OF'eOOPWAvR., with MAJOR HOOPLE LOOK,STUPE.' VOL) CAlsi^T PECTECKC VOUR OWN 6L0\MED-UP TORSO .GOlM^ THCOUGH A REV/OLVIM' DOOR.' PERSONJ^LITV, MUSCLES, SOOD LOOKS • X GOT VOL) SKlNiMiED iM ESJERV DEPARTAAENyr Ey.CHP' yoirOD MELOCITV/ , 1945 New Year's Greetings The Register, its employees and correspondents join in sending New Year's Greetings to you all. May 1945 find us nearing the end of the trail which leads to Victory and Peace. NEWS Ruth Scott Lynn Octavia Stewart Prances Halbe CIRCULATION Emerson Lynn Helen C. Scott ANGELO SCOTT ; Editor and Publisher MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT H. E. 'Whltaker Ricliard Tobey '. '' 'Walter Maudlin Charles Toljey Alvin Alexander COMMERCL\L PRINTING L. R. 'Vamer H. T. Ashford Pearl McClay BOOKKEEiPER Feme Chapman . c" ADVERTItSINQ Floyd L. Green ' MAILING Ci^RKS Bud Anderson Richard Lee WITH THE ARMED FORCES Everett Harlan Howard James Bud Roberts Harold Menzle PORTER Lewis Walls CARRIER SALESMEN Calvin Pearmau John Taylor Richard Lee James Edwards John Shanahan John Williams Arnold Winkelman Murlyn Conover PaAil J. Smith Earl Merriman EdmonKldd Paul Omdoff Bob Shanahan Alan Lynn William Taylor LaRue Bnmdage Max Lewis ' GAS Mr.s Prancei Wllwn SADYTOWN Robert Mollohuu MORAN Charles Soman LAHARPE Thelma Brown Larry Mcintosh ELSMORE Russell Reeves Mrs. J. A. Van Nice Mrs. Lawrence Martin Mrs. A. P. Holten Mrs. Anna Simpson Mrs. Emma Keith Mrs. W. R. MitcheU Mrs. Ruth Phillips Mrs. Floyd McCormack COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS Mrs. Clara Harling Mrs. E. J. Ronsick Mrs. J. A. Cress Mrs. John Sherrill Mrs. Earl E. Ericson Mrs. O. G. Butterfleld Mrs. S. A. Johnson Mrs. Ida Perklna Mrs. Wm. Shigley Mrs. Fred Smith Mrs. Albert DeMerltt Ben H. Bacon Mrs. B. F. Sicka Mr. C. E. Berkehiser Mrs. L. V. Stout Mrs. Henry W. Eyler Miss Jean Marple THE lOLA REGISTER \

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