The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 2, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1945
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iOctavia Stewa7-t) ^•pvt. and lyirs. Charles Gibson of ftumboldt are the parents oi an el^ht pound and thirteen ^ ounce daughter born Sunday kt'Bt John's Itospitai. Pvt. Gibson is somewhere in: France. MACHINE QUILTING Mayme Northcutt 420 East Monroe i u Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tltel are the parents of a daughter born December 29 at St. John's hospital. They have named the baby Helen Ann. OCCASIONAL CIIAIRS Of All Type* liarge and Medium Bochers SLKEPER FTJUNITURE STORE Charles Peres, is confined to his home, due to illness. SLEEPER MORTyARY. PHONE 72. Friends of Mrs. Esther McKenna, who has been seriously ill in Lakeside hospital Kansas City, Mo., will be glad to hear that she is improving. They Don't tike Yonks-^Just Yank Chow NOTICE Your Christmas Savings must be started by January 15th. if you take advantage of our offer. . . . Ccme in and let us explain—no obligation. SECURITY BLDG. A LOAN ASSO. Mrs. Florence Reynolds was called to Kansas City, Kansas, Sunday night because of the death of her father, P. E. Evans. Mr. Evans was a foreman at the Cudahy Packing company until his retirement. ; These German For their first t - Pvt. Thomas ,E. Lane is home for . an indefinite stay waiting for in"'. duction into the army after com' pletlng six months military training at Howard University at Wash[ ingtbn, D. C. Dressmaking. Ladies' tailored suits made from men's suits. Purs re- stvled and repaired. Mrs. Pearson 219 North Third. Phone 781.—adv Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moses and their family and Mrs. Moses' father. "William Gibson, all of Coffeyville, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ira Moses and Mrs. L. F. McCracken. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Mrs. Ruth Morris and her son. Barton, have returned to Wellington,-Kas., after spending the holidays wltli Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodin. ' ENJOY CHRISTMAS 194.''. In a home of your own. . . . Well hi'lj) you realize that Joy. . . . Come In uiul learn about our plan lor home owneruhl)) wlilch Is HIUI- plc; ecoiionilciil and .safe. We'll be Klaci to explaUi. SECLRiry BLDG. * LOAN ASSO. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print Tl7e Register Is printing fewer "extra" copies of each issue. SuD- .scribers wishing to purchase several copies of any particular issue are asked to place their order In advance, If possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long as they laAt. Pvt. Robert Shelplinc has returned to Cami) Chaffee. Ark,, after .spcndltiK the hollduy.s with his par- L 'liUi, Mr. and Mrs. Otto, Shelpllne, Mrs. Wiindii Adam.s of Vjitcs Cen- trr,••.spent thr week-end vi.sitinc :U the 'home of her .sl.ster.- Mm. Fnye Allen. Wallpaper and grwall PaInU LEWIS PAINT STOKE Hot, rnld nnd miirhincle .s.'-. perma- nenis, Thur .s. and Pri.. Wolfs Beauty Shop. Pho. 905. Mable Henson.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lewis have received word from their son, Sgt. Amos Lewis Jr., that he has arrived safely somewhere in England. Rita Ball, who has t>een .spending the last ten days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Ball, and family has returned to St. Louis, Mo., where she Ls employed. prisoners have no love for G. I. Joe—but J«>e's chow is an entirely-different story, hot meal in days, they wolf down Army "C" ral-ons. . Captives were taken by 7th Army troops on Alsrice-German border. j Plenty of 'Weigh' to this Anc .Hnr DRS. ^\. p. & LUCY M. HILL Ground Floor Offices 12 North Sycamore Genuine ^ _0-S-T-E-0-P-^-T-H-Y— . . Reliable Diagnosticians Sdaman First Harold Mc- Brayor is here visiting his family after completing his bdot training at the Great Lakes. Seaman and Mrs: McBrayer will leave tomorrow for Wichita where they will visit other relatives and friends. BEDROOM SUITES 4-Plece Modernistic $99.50 CURTIS FURNITURE Ralph Perkins. F 1-^sTiere from New Orleans, La., viJwfcg.-'liis wife and their son. Pvt. Victdr C. Perkms from Fort Meade. MiT. and other relatives and friends.-Ws!'Perkms will return to New Orleans with him the lii-st of next week fflr an indefinite stay. ANOTHER GOOD RESOLUTION ; (By Tom Waugh) I read, recently the statement of a divorce judge, that, in his opinion, much of the friction that leads to , his court comes from a disregard of ;the ordinary rules of politeness be- itween a husband and wife. He says ithat marriage, like a tree, is very ; seldom' split asunder by a great lightning bolt of a crisis. But that hundreds of marriages, like thousands pf trees are destroyed "by : small, nasty crawling and chewing I annoyances. j There might be more than a grain |uf truth in what he says. : majiy a man or woman who is re' puted to be delightfully courteous at ] bu.smess. oi' social contacts and events i outside the home, is habitually rude j to other members of the family within the home. And one wonders if much of the friction' that causes disagreeable squeaks and creakings in the horaq mat-hinery. couldn't be avoided by a little more of the oil of common I—by showing, to members I of the family the .same degree of itact and courtesy that one would Ishow to strangers. Another 1945 resolution is probably in order for mosc of us. I Next Monday Mr. Waugh of the Waugh Funeral Home will eommtnt on "Tlie Real Way To Excel."—adv. ^Navy photo from NEA) When a huge aircraft carrier drops her mudhook there's one whale of a splash—and the comparative ^size of the sailors ;;r,'! the anchor in this photo tells you why. They're cleanins'riis'. barnacles and othei^ marine growths oft anchor of flag-ri'p oi Navy carrier force in port after long ^trefch in the Paciiic. CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK | •:• — •> MONDAY Salem Chaptfrr No. 4 O. E. S. will meet in th« Masonic Temple at 8 p. m. for a stated meeting. TUESDAY Chapter L of P. E. O. meets^ with Mrs. Florence ijelding, 31.5 South Elm, at 3 p. m.' The Cammie-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 3 p. m. THURSDAY Statetl meetlnu of the Social Order of the Keauceanl at the Ma.sonlc Temple! at 7:30 p. m. Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist Temple meeu at 2:30 1), m, at the Teoiple. The North Olvlslon of the ChrLsliiin church meets .with Mrs. O. C, Taylor; Jj41 North street at 2 p. m. W. S. C, S. of the First Methodist church WjU meet at 2:30 p. m. In the. church sanctuary. The new officers, will have charge of the meeting and tea. FRIDAY Past Presidents Parley of the American Legior, Auxiliary meets with Mrs. C. E.-Newman. 513 N. Walnut at 2:30 p. m. War Mothers .meet- with Mrs. Walter Maudlin.. 510 North street at 2:30 p. m. Mothers, wives and sisters of service men are welcome. WHICH AM I? "I watched thert tearing a building down A gang of men in a busy town. With a ho-heave-ho and a lusty yell They swung a beam and a side wall fell. I asked the foreman, "Are these men skilled? And. then men you'd hire if you had to; build?' He gave a laugh and said, "No in- aded!" Just common labor is all I need. I can easily wreck in a day or two. What builders have taken a year to do." And I thought to myself as I went my way. Which' of these roles have I tried to play? Am I a builder who works with care, Measuring life by the rule and square? Am I shaping my deeds to a well- made plan, Patiently doing the best I can? Or am I a wrecker, who walks the . town, Content with the labor of tearing down?" —Anon. Pfc. McKean Is Honor Gnest at Dinner Pfc. Emory McKean, who has Just returned from service overseas, was guest of honor Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long entertained with a dinner at their home. Other guests were Mr, and Mrs. William McKean, Mr. and Mrs. Billy McKean and daughter. Patricia Louise, Chanute, Sgt. and Mrs. Mo'fris McKean and daughter Pamela ^Ruth. and Mrs. Eva McKean. , •> •:• .^ New Year's Party At Watep Home New Ynar's eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Waters at their home, 4 g. Buchanan, were Mr. and Mrs. J. :C. Littrell, Mr. and Mrs. John Hefter, Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Lacy, Mii, and Mrs. Emerson Lynn, Mr. and^Mrs. Milton Worthlngton, Mr., and Mrs. Floyd C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs' Stanley. E. Toland, and Mrs. Geoifge A. Halbe. • • •> Mary Majioney Hostess At Buttet Sapper; Miss Mary Mahoney entertained her friends at a buffet supper at her home, 204 South Oak, Satiwday night. Mter the supper the girls were herfguests to the lola Theatre. Present, were Misses Martha Copening, 4Jancy Lawrence, Betty Hoffmeiei:, Mary Lineback, Francine YeltVn, iShirley Halbe. Lucre- tla Maclir, Ollene Steele, Patricia Rabon, and Marlene Lenski. : •> • •> Salem CKapier O. E. S. Holds Me^'ting Salem (yhapter No., 4, O. E. S. met in the MkOsonic Temple last night for the 0rst meeting of the new year with' new Worthy Matron Helen Renner, ^nd Worthy Patron G. B. Parks, presiding. Standlrijg committees for the year were appointed and the usual business was.ftransacttd. By a vote of the chapter It .wa.s decided to divide the Eastern Star membership into committer for social night« so that atl members who Uve In lola wiU have an opportunity to do their part once during the year. It ws announced that there wlU be a covered dish canteen supper at 6:15 p jn. on the next regular meeting night, with Mrs. Clara Wllllam.s acting as chairman. Others on the committee will be Mrs. Alice Sherman, 'Mrs.. Ila Delp, Mrs. Iva Bell Jewett, J. B. Kirk and D. O. Mine- slngei'. * <• Announces Eng^agement Of Her Daughter Mrs. Peter Johnson of Los Angeles, California, annoimces the approaching\ marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Pearl C. Erlcson, to George M. Miller, of City, Missouri. The marriage will take place January 23. Mrs. Ericson is the kindergarten teacher at Jefferson school. She is resigning her school job on January 19. Although France is smaller Texas, its pre-war population (41,907,056) was more than six tiines a.s great The ladybird beetle is one of the most effetcive natural enemies of aphids. QaiekReM FROM SNIFRY, STUFFY DISTRESS OF HeaJCotdsl Instantly, relief from .sniffly, sneezy distress of head colds starts to come when you put a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Also helps prevent many colds from developlnf if u.^td In tUnt'. Just try Itl Follow directions In loldcr. VICKS VA-f ROHOL Mrs. W. R. Smith, who has been ill with the flu. Ls now able to be up. Mrs. Myron Funk and her children returned to their home in St. Joseph, Mo., Sunday after spending the holidays here with Mrs. Charles M. Funk. Chailcs Funk returned last night f :oin Amity, Ore^. where ho spent the holidays, visiting his sons, the Rev. Charles E. Punk and hLs fam- ilv. and Richard'Funk of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sahford who were gu&ts of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. | Smith d«ring the holidays, returned \ to theU- Iwme jn Arkansa.s City Suji- day. • WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. .72. If You Mtes Your Register Plione 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one delivery can be made and that is after 7 p. m. Pvt. Victor Perkins, who spent a four-dav leave here visiting hLs parents, F 1-c and Mrs. Ralph Perkins and friends, left Sunday for Port Meade, Md. P 1-c and Mrs. Perkins and Miss Maxine Kramer accompanied him as far as Kansas City and returned home yesterday. Miss Shirley Pulton returned to Tulsa, 0|1U., last night after .^pend- • ing the/holidays here' with her mother. ^Irs. A. J. Fulton and oilier relati.yes. She Ls a .student at Brauplioji Business collese. Col. Albert H. Dickerson arrived hi' lola this noon for a leave of approximately a wijek which he expects to spend at the home of his brother. Glen Dicker.son. Col. Dickerson is Executive Officer of the Parachute school at Ft. Benning, Ga. He was in the Philippines from 1939 until October. 1941, but has been in'thLs country since that time conducting; parachute school training aetivitie.'^. Cold Preparations ak directed The onlv New Year's baby reported to The Register was a daUKhter born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Michael New Year's day at St. John's hospital. The baby weighed nine pounds and five ounces and hasn't be^n named as yet. Burma-India Leader HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured V. .S. Army man. . Lt.-Gen. 11 Mineral rock 12 Equal 13 Lyric poem 14 Before 15 Notion It) Kitchen utensil 17 Ocean (;ib.) 1 .4 Behold! 20 Operatic .swo 23 Iriformatiun p Metal ^8 • island .10 Railroad (ab.) ;h Bone 32 Ages 35 Mu.s:cal • qualify 37 Part of speech oQSkin opening 40 Hypotlietical ' •• force 42-Caleium (symbol) 43 Tennessee • Valley • /\utliorify • (ab.) 46 Measure of ' . land ^9 Part of body ;)2 Raced 53 Amphibi;ii) rc- Ecmbling fror. 54 High card 05 Ho leads ' Americans i:i the Burnia and s (if opevations VERTICAL Female doer Arrival (ab.) Born Heroic Conducted Observe Russian mountain Uppcrmo.'-t part E\« temcnt Seine On account Upon Pointed .•-haft : Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing : 24-Hour Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. : GUY OLIVER : : Vulcanizing and Tread Service : ATTENTION ELKS Eiks ai'e reriuested to meet at club rcxims at 2 p. m. tomorrow to proceed from there to funeral bervice of Howard Scarborough in a body. - HOWARD JONES-, E. R. California's population increased Irom 6.907.387 in the 1940 census to an estimated non-military figure in 1943 ot 7.397,546. Mr. aijd Mrs. G. Malcolm Mullenix and their family left: today for Kansas i^ity where they plan to ! make thiMr home. Dean A. Norman returned to Needles, Calif., today after spending the holidays visiting In lola.and Chanute. Mrs. Norman and their daughter. Deanna will be gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Anderson until Jan. 14. 21 International langua.^o 22 Within 24 Each (nb.) •iSWeieht (ab.', 26 Roc.'". 20 Employ 33 Nejrative ,. 34 Senior (ab.)' 35 Toward 36 Either 38 Accomplish 39 Father llFKCts 42 Grant 43 Three (prefix) 44 Moving truck 4 .T Also 47 Folding bed 48 Cheer 49 Head covcrinc 50 Frozen water 51 By PICTURES Religious, Floral for any room of the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE WOMEN IH "Jack Livingston Ph. M. 3-c. .son of Mrs. fiUtie Livingston,' according I to an article in last week's Garnett I Review, ;'was recently cijmmended jby the i^iedical officer in command for his ^«ulstanding performance o£ adminlsti-ative duties in tlie efficient care anti comfort of the wounded patients. On many occasions he voluntarily worked continuously for periods of 36 hours or more In care of patients received, returned to duty, anc' evacuated to the rear area and to the United States.'' Livingston went to grade school in La-iK;; Harpe bfifore moving to Gameyt,'*-' and he ^nd his family are well Ige- membered here. He is a nephew;:&t Mrs. W. IJ . Lewman and a grandsffh of Wm. A. Livingston. Are You Embarrassed By HOT FLASHES? If you, like so manjr women, between the ages of 38 nnd 62— suffer from hot flashes, nervous tension. Irritability, are a bit bjue at times— all due to the functional middle age period peculiar to women—try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. • For almost a .'century thousands upon thoijsands oi women—rich and poor alike — have reported remarkable benefits. Mar.y wise women take Plnkham's Compound regularly to 'Sielp build up resistqncc against such i|innoying distress/ : t? Lydia Plnkhamls'Compound helps ••.fiatuTe. It also has what Doctors call )» stomachic tonio effect. Follow label ^(jirectioi^.. Wiorth trying! LYDIA E. PINKHARI'S H^"^^^ Here Are the Cold Facts About the Recapped Tire \ Situation Effective January 5^ 1945 Tire Dealers can buy no more Grade "A" Camel Back for the purpose of re-capping passenger car tires. Gi'ade "A" can only be purchased for t^he purpose of re-capping truck tires. I WHY YOU SHOULD BRING YOUR PASSENGER CAR TIRES HERE AT ONCE: • •.We have a 3-month's supply of Grade "A" on hand. • We expect to continue to use Grade "A" on passenger tires as long as our supply lasts, provided the government dpse not change its regulations. ^ • We do the work right here in lols^. • You are welcome to come in and ^ee our equipment. • You can come in and actually .see'the Grade "A" as it come from the shipping con. tainer. • When tires are shipped out of I0I4 for re-capping it is absolutely impossible for a car owner to recognize the grade! of rubber used. • Have your pas.senger tires recapped at home. • We do the work right here at— lis EAST MADISON O.K.RUBBER WELDERS JACK WINTHOR Prop. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS 15? he 10 XT w V I.' Word has been received here that AC IDonald E. Leavitt has been graduated from the Army Air Forces Flexible Gunnery school at Tj-ndall Field, Panama City. Fla. Upon his graduation, he received a pair of silver wings signifying that he Ls ready to take his place as a member of a combat crew of an AAF bomber. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Leavitt. "Pyorrhea" May Follow Neglect Did you ever see an attractive person with irritated "GUMS?" Druggists reftmd money if first, bottle of "LETO'S" fails to help.—Reynolds Drug Store. I Piles! Ow!! —But He SMILES, Now Be vise as lif was. Vse same formula used by iliM -tort adjunctively at noted Thornton & Minor CUnlc. SurprlsinR QUICK palliative relief of pain. Itch, forcnef^. Helps soften and tends to shrink fwell- ing. Get lube Thornton & Minor's Recial Oinlnunt—or Thornton & Minor Rectiil Siippodnoiif.'. If not delighted with tlii.i DOCTORS' way. low cost Is refunded. At all icood drag stores ereryvbere—in lola, at CooOay'i asd StnoW. fl-30 OUR BOARDING H^JUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE 16 (T TRUE TKPCT 3^VCE ^ND THE- Ksiwes A .KiD ^er; DOIWG. RECONiNAlSSAi^CE OM ^NIW OThAER-VS ADAfA^S APPUE ? IIMIillilh VEAK.TME OLD CHuMK. OP UT:LITV BEEP WAS TRVlNiSTO 'S.ELL Ml^A- SELP TO PlKe AS 60DV6UARD — 3ASVLE: 6OUNOED A HORN^ OM THE PLAV ANiD OFPERED MlSOVONi SC0\^3L FOR THE IT'S BEENi MOSTLY DiNiir-iG' AsiD BATHTUe GUERRILLA ACTlvJlTV SO FAR. BUT WATCH JAWCE POR A PULL- SCALE: OPPBhiSlME:.' BRAVOL \<b STILL IMTHE 6H0L1TIMG STASe, THOUGH=

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