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lOLA. KANSAS ^THE lOLA REGISIJEB, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1945. ^LOCALS {Octavia Stewart) Miss Vivian Stout returned to the Kansas State college at Manhattan yesterday afteii spending the vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CecU Stout. i MACHINE QUILTING Mayme Ncnthcutt 420 East Monroe BlllSlawson, who Will be 18 a week from today, left this morning for Kansas City to join the navy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Slawson. PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room of the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mrs. Clarence Murphey and Mrs. Jessie Murphey will leave tonight for Hot Springs, Ark., where they plan to spend a few weeks. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Cadet Richard Hunter will return to Boonville, Mo., tomorrow after spending the hoUdays here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hunter. Cadet Hunter Is a student at the Kemper military school. Hot. cold and machineless permanents, Thurs. and Fri.. .Wolfs Beauty Shop. Pho. 905. Mable Henson.—adv. Mrs. Charles Lindley and her children, Don and Charlotte, have returned home from Crescent, and Oltlahoma City. Okla., where they have been spending the holidays visiting relatives and friends. Red Jap Fighter OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of All Types. Lar^e and Medium Rockers. SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE T. E. O'Flaherty and hLs daughter. Miss Julia, have returned to Oak Ridge, Tenn., after .spending the holidays here with Mrs. O'Flaherty and other relatives and friends. NOTICE Your Christmas SavinK.*; must be started by January 15th, If you take advantage of our offer. . . . Come in and let us explain—no obligation. SECURITY BLDG. A LOAN ASSO. Mrs. J. V. Hart has returned home Jrom McAlestcr, and Wllburlon, Okla., where she has been si>cndlni; the holidays with relatives. Dressmaking. Ladies' tailored suiLs made from men's suits. :^irs rp- styled and repaired. Mrs. Pear.son 219 North Third. Phone 781.—adv Mr. and Mrs. Robert OFlaherty returned to Santa Fe. N. M.. Monday after visiting over the holidays with Mr. O'FIahrrty's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. O'Flaherty ;UK1 other relatives. Cadet Douglas Wall, wlio i.s a student at Kemper military school, will return tomorrow morning to Boonville, Mo., after spending the holi- daj-s here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stone Wall and other relatives end friends. Miss Evelyn Kinney returned to her work at the University of South Dakota at Vermillion, yesterday, after spending the holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kinney. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Pvt. Grant E. .Miller Is here for a short furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Burnty Miller and hLs brother Larry. He will return to his work In the A. S. T. unit at Laramie, Wyo, Saturday. 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, if possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long as they last. The Kev. and Mr.':, pprry O. Han.•;on left today to be gone about two month.s-. speaking for the Methodist Board of Missions and Church Extension, in the states of Washington and Oregon. Wallpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS PAINT STORE Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith have received word that their son, S. 2-c Edward Smith, who has ju.st completed boot training at Farragut. Idaho, has been assigned to armed guard .school at the U. S. Naval Repair base at San Diego. Calif. BEDROOM SUITES 4-Plece Modemlstio $99.50 CURTIS Fl^MTURE Word has been received here that Roy .J. Henry received his commission as second lieutenant December 27. at the Engineers Officer Candidate school at Ft. Belvoir. Va. He will report for duty Jan. 6 at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo. Lt. and Mrs. Henry are visiting his parents. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Henry of Colony. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If Toil triBrr from rhfumatl". arthritis nr liMjrttll DalD. try thin almpln lnpxp**niil%p hnmf iTdpe that tbouaanrlti arn iMlnjE. o<-t u tiacic- Mtr of Ru-£x Compourif], u tKn-uc-k Kiij.ply, .Inilo'. Mix It with a nuart nt wattr. nlfl U R- ilul« of 4 IrinoM. If« i-siay. No troui.i" at nil and pleiui.iDt. Vou tiprri only :i titM '-wiw .r.ti. tult two tImM s Any. Oftrn within •Is l„M :r< — •omptlmr* ovrrnlKht — Fplcntjifi r'--int.t uri- ohiBlnril. If thr |mln« do ii '.i fjiii'-idv l <*.i\<? (Illlt If you llo tl't Irr] \,-t<rr„ r-t.irn lli/i «Dlp(y Wrjtagf* «nfl Ru .^.t win rout >'.ti n-.th- lii« to try M It In «nl<l hy yo 'ir rtniBBim imOor $n ab«olut<« moD»y-ti«rk Kuar,inr'-i- RIJ-K T CompoUDd la f«<r aaln And rPromnjrDdfvl by C (.okii#y 'i Prilfi KTnr*" an-l <ir\is «t"ro^ ptr r ,T «li ^r#. C .Tdct Chas. Apt. who has been hore visiting his mother, Mrs, Frederick .•\pt and other relatives over the holidays, will leave tomorrow morning for the Kemper military school at Boonville, Mo. If You M»ss Your Register Phone 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one delivery can be made and that is after 7 p. m. Gen. Chu Teh, above, is the leader of the Chinese Communist armies which, for seven years, have been harassing Japanese and their satellites in northeast China. His regular force .s, composed of the Eighth Route Army and the New- Fourth Army, are estimated at nearly 75.000 men, plus some 2.000.000 in the people's militia, trained as guerrilla fighters. Dick Mclro.se .spent New Year's day in Parsons visiting friends. Mrs. Dalton John.son of Ea.-.t Lawn, left yosterday for Kansius City where .she will undergo surgery at the Lakeside hospital. . Hoiv 79th Congress Lines Up Knj MwJ SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. | Major Ro.ss P. Jones left today for Phoenix, Ariz., after si>ending his leave here visit ins his wife and daughter, Eva Lou. and other relatives and friends. Card of Thanks. WP wish to thank the friends and neighbors, members of the O. E. S. Chapter and churches in the hour of our bereavement.—Mrs. J. K. Reade. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reade. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reade. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Houk and their families. News of the Farm Folks PAGE THREE FARM BUREAU CALENDAR Ith Mrs. 1945— j Home Demonstration Uni!t Lesson: i Ouclook by Home Ma^agemenL V Agent, f January 3— i Horville Unit meets w : Russell Scott. } Farm Bureau Goals fojr Community building. L. C. 'Williains,'' ' Assistant Director of Extemion. ,• January 4— ! ^ Carl Ellins. Sheep and| Swine t Meeting at Yates Center. 10. i Belfry Unit meets with Mrs. : Laurence Beal. rJanuary 5— District Guernsey Meeting. Parsons. 10. Moran Unit meets. January 8— Elsmore LiveT^ires 4-H Club meets. January 9— John Miller. Specialist, in plant pathology and Dr. E. G. Kelly. Specialist in Etomology will conduct a meeting on Gardens and for Leaders in Gardening. Riverside Park, Little Theater. Better Homes Unit meets with Mrs W. C. Caldwell at 1:45. Elsmore Unit meets with M.-s. Dave Ma.ssey. Sunflower 4-H Club meets. Januarv- 10— Prairie Hall Unit meets with Mrs. A. E. Nicholas. Big Creek 4-H Club meets. Dusk Patrol 4-K Club meets. at the home of Mrs. H. K. Thompson. Aj the noon hour a covered dish luncheon was enioyrd. followed by a Christmas gift exchange. The les .>K )n lilven by Bernlce Wilson and Blanchft Thompson on Bread Bnkr ing w.fs very Interesting and Instructive. Thert^ were eight members present with two guests Mrs. E. O. Andrews and Miss Annabell Dickin­ son, H. D. A. Roll call was answered by "What I have accomplished this year." The next meeting will be January 26 with Ila Beery as hostess,—Lucille Rhoton, Reporter. The blood donated to the Red Cross In a years time, at present rates, would fill a 50-car train of large railway tank cars. ^ - ^ , . I , ,—-......^ -----, ,. . —I HB Democrat CIlRepublicoiis fUD'Others • Pvt. Robert E. Osburn has returned to Fort Ord. Calif., after spending an eleven day furlough here vlsitine his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hull. .Mr. and Mrs. Hull who accompanied Pvt. Osburn as far as Newton. Kas.. returned home Mondav. i lirrc's !\ow Uemorr.-iis :ir.cl R( pubUr;i P . - imi up DUiucr -cariV in the n(W TOtli Copgrcss. witii D( i::. .rr.i'..- i.u'r.iiir.'ocri;-',' iicptibiicans in, b<ilh hciu.sf.s. CeiiMr inrtinc .sl ;i ;-.v.'; l'.im;-r chamlxr. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Mrs. William Yct/.bacher received word from her hasband. yesterday, that he has been promoted from sergeant to staff .sergeant. Sgt. Yetzbacher is stationed somewhere in the Southwest Pacific. Tire Recapping and 'Vulcanizing 24-Hour Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Vulranlzitig and Tread Service Word ha.s t>een received here that Robert Berry was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army of the United States December 28. at the Infantry school nt Fort BenninK. OH. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bf^riv of Brrwiklyn. N. Y. 1,1. Berry Htlemied lola Junior college and was ;i pn.imineiil biusket- ball player. I Far East Leader HORIZONTAL f,2 Koat ^ I Pictured U. S. 63 He is of Army leader, U. S. troops in F'PicgTTi ID E A; • pioiT Mr?. 'V'ircil An.~cll ha.- received word from l;er husband. Pvt. Ansoll that he is now sialioned at Camp Fannin. Tex. Pvt. Ansel! was inducted into the army December 18. at Fort Leavenworth. Mrs. B. A. Sutton returned home List night from Wichita where she spent the holidays visiting her daughter. Mi-s. Gerald Curtis and her family. Lt.-Gen. A. C. R God of war 12 Erbiimi . (symbol) 13 Merry 14 International language 15 Short jacket 16 Finish 18 AlDpioachcs 20 Aleutian island 21 East Indies (ab.) 22 Donkey 23 Dine 25 Shrew 27 Dance rlep 29 Ocean (ah.) 31-Music;il note 32 Long i'wi.i 33 Absolute 35 Performed 37 Winglike part 38 Tran.'pose (ab.) 39 Therefore 40 Provide with weapons 42 Drag 44 Strike lightly 4G Greek letter 4? Edward (ab.) 50 Bristle 53 Pale 55 Tangle 57 Title of nobility 58 Behold! 59 Route (nb.) 61 Sodium (symbol) China . VERTICAL 1 Tiny 2 Sea eagle 3 Exempli gratia (ab.) 4 Supervisor 5 Organs of sight C Make a mistake 7 p'lowcr 8 Flesh food 9 Coin 10 Decay 11 Rebuffs 17 Noi.sc 19 Like 24 Any 26 Space 27 Domesticated animal 28 Beverages 29 Bone .''.0 Scorch .^2 Unbleached ^4 Tree 3.5 Southern city .T6 Accomplish 40 Item of properly 41 Egyptian sun sod 43 Jc^«el 44 Tropical tre? 4 .0 Soft mineral 46 Exclamation 47 Length cf Irnurc 43 Native of DerimHrl: Jil Auricle 52 Til ice (prefix.) .')4 Fiimou.- canal 56 Paving mnteri;*' eo Half-em mm ^9 10 I5r t-i Pi Joseph Edward Reade was born at Haegerstown. Fredric county, Mar>'land, on March 1. 1856. and departed this life in lola. Kaasas, on December 29. 1944. at the age of 88 years, & months. 29 days. In 1864 he moved with his parents to Delphi. Wain count.v, Indiana, and a few years later, in 1871), they moved to Norborne. Carroll county. Mi.s.souri. He was married to Emma Jane Booth on Mirrh 11. 1877. and in 1883 Ihev mnvfd tii Moran. Allen rniinty Kansa.s. In tli(» 61 years of their rrsldence in tliis rommunity they made m.iny friends, and at the time of his death, he and his wife were the oldest .settlers left in LP- Grande neighborhood. Last March they celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. At the age of 17 years he was converted and became a member of the Baptist church, remaining faithful to his Lord through all the years of his life. He was active in the work of Wesley Chapel, located on the same section where he lived. His customarv- health was excellent, and he had never known much illness. He was always cheerfuL taking life as it came. He became ill on Christmas eve, and passed away five i days later. I He was the father of five children, itwo of whom, Charles and Emmett, I preceded him in death. It was ju.st a week aeo today that his brother .Jacob, of Grandvicw. Mo., 16 months .vounger. was buried. He leaves to mourn his pa.ssing besides his widow: two sons, Everett of lola. and Glenn of Lawrence: a daughter, Mary Houk. of Moran: a brother. Mell, of Mexlcb, Mo.; 13 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. One grandson. Clarence Allen Houk, is serving overseas in (Germany with the First army. He also leaves other relatives, and a great number of dear friends SchocRpel Says Live Cattle Ceiiinff Price, Mistake Topeka. Jan. 3. Cio-.. Aw- drew Sciipeppel h .i.- v. .S' A.:Ibur Capper iR-K.i.-' rl;;,; prf.- pased OPA rrilinu jirire .s '>n live, cattle wojild ii:ive nr. ;it;\'•:•', i'::.--r, on feede'r cattle market.^ uhii ir- sult in c;5:ci eu .s. (i Ijccf louiiaie. "With abundance oi t'ei aei^ ;;n'- can be marketed in nu uihei v .,i... except in the hoof. .'-•oc 'Kmeii should he permitted to feed mr and marl|et fat rattle fjr ina;-!iiii';ni t>eef production." he v.'ired. "T'r.f bane of fthc live.-; ick ir.du.ni-y i .s uncertainly occa. icr.ed by' .S'H a proposals; a .s th:;; OP.-\ whicl: 61--. rupts lor.g-e.stabilshcd i5r »cticr.= ar.d- long range plans that the beef ir.- du.stry miust operate under." He said it would be "niai:il'e.=t;v unfair to ^arbitrarily, .-^ei fieurf.s th^^t make it ipipsssible fur producers \i complete' present fecding.s' at .i IJrofit." r FKIEM) OR FOE? Chic-ico, Jan. 2. i Pi— Friendly l".:-.rids aided Dai win A. Palmer when lie .'••lip.ocd a;id fell on an icy street hi;; ^ !!..<me. The unideiitilied ::ian no ' ofily assisted Palmer to iri.^ feet on: insisti'd on walking l;im iiome. . Li 'er.'Pal-^ner reported to police- he discuvereU that the stranger who cave him a ^-lelping hand apparently had: relipHeci him bf his wallet containing f20. a cigarette lighte.- and case and other articles lie valued at .SI-:.'). New Unit Orgaiiized Mrs. A. W. Kelley was riected pre.sident of a newly organized Home Demonstration Unit when a group of Geneva w^men met at Mrs. Kelley';; home December 28. Other officer.', elected were Mrs. .J. C. M.-ibie, vice president: Mrs. Rj-)ber; L. Barnet t. .vecretarv-trea.surer. and Mr.s E. H. Brown, repfjrter. This unit will meet on the fourth Tluirsday of! each month. i Mls.s Annabelle Dickinson, Home! Demonstratioii agent, w;ts present to rir?ani7e the unit .nnd to nre.sen* a le.wjn on lannderinc of fine fab- i rics It was demonstrated how to make forms for blocking knitted garments. A new .solution for finishing fine cottons and rayons wa.s | .shown. . Mrs. Kelley .<^en-ed refreshment.= in the foUowllic guests: Mrs. Leslie Barnelt. Mrs. R. L. Barnett, Mrs. J. C. Mabie. Mrs. E. W. Beebt. Mrs. L. M. Curtis. Mr.s. Allen F. Curtis. Mrs. T. R. Curtis. Mrs. E. H. Bro -ATi. j Mrs. Louise Wright and MLSS Anna- , belle Dickin.son. Tlie County Line Farm Bareuu Unit met with an all day meetin.^ f Do Ybu Suffer Distress From WEAKNESS Hitler Refuses to Declare Mienna Open City lyindon.. .Ian. n. 'AP'--The Par; radio sait; today that Adolf Hl'le has refused a:i .-'ppeal by 'Vienr. officials to declare Vienna an_ ope; city to spare it t!ie fa;e of Burin pest and -ha.s ordered the e.y.-icu.'i tion of thp rivilian iKipuIat ion. The brohdra.st also said '.he pr-. visional Kungarifn covrn-.ii;i/p.i i Ru.ssian-Ofcupied Debreren ha.s np pealed to -inilitary and eivi;;.-,n »tj thorities in Budapest to rea.se fiiht ine to.preserve what is !ef' ;,,f th ancient Hungarian capital. WHh Its NtrvoDS Tire) Fs*^ings? ,1: Atnich flme.sc-lf v-iu . :.-:''rr.. rin;n -.'-:ir-p'-. brir:-;;.'-h;'. I'l'M Ilfrl, ii<r.uas, r'F^'fi';^. :i iT.t ni '"Kly ~-l;lL 1" Innrtion..;': p'-.> cJic db.'.'.irt^rifis— P'!\rt \t r,;--^—rr.- Lydln E. Plnk- I '.rtrT^s ^'"*•':•.•';;•}^.' <'"'.-r-jpcioul to relieve Furh r •,-•"!].'fjr^,:: TJ.;],L ;ii.iir's Conipoiind !• • (ii .ir .r.ii- to reltfvtj ::r), :. i- . i-.'ri;--*.r,^s \y'--.wl^o <•< ITS : "'111.::,-- .n o- r. T V.-O-.H-.-'.S ^:-.sT r\,-;T rr;:A;;s. T.ii:r-n r'-i'ilTiv—I'.l.s trr^.-it nT-fH-Ino h'-lps hv.11,-1 up r''; l.>:t.,incr acaln.si sa'-h ; yi-i-,|)U.r,'..^. A! -.'.i iir:,i;d s'oniachlc tniilc. LYDIflf. PINKHAM'S ISSkl m EXTRA SERVICE IN VOIR SORROW The helpful a.sslstance of the funeral director saves the bereaved family from confusion . . . WP handle all details. PHONE SLEEPER MORTUARY Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seal of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly alla.vs the cough or ycu are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis . The traii.-^lVr oT (li<' Belknap Dairy to the (iloncIifT .("reamery i.-^ now • compIctG and operation under tltc new management began January 1. > We ofTcr our New Year greetinj^rs to the people of tlii.s community and pledge our mo.st con.scienliou,'^ etjorts to the end of providing a com' pleto dairy .service of the highc.<^ pn .-<.Kil)!(; quality not-only during ini.'i luit. for m;iny yrar.< tr) follow; ^ \\c manufacture a full line of pa.steurizcd (iairy product.s including Fnilk, cream, cheese, chocolate milk, butter, and orange drink. Vou will find the.<e available in all lola grocery stores and market.'^. We hope you will try them and become ac(iuainted with GLENCLIFF QUALm'. •We \h \y cream at the plant, 211 We.st St., paying vhe jirevailing price and giving a .scientifically accurate test. : The name GLENCLIFF is ypur guarantee of quality.and purity. "It's • safe because it's Pa.-teurized." GLENCLIFF CREAMERY 2U West St. JOE KEARNES, Mgr. Phone 739 WE LOAN YOU TIRES WHILE WE RECAP YOURS Otlitr Sil«» Proportionally Low READ HOW FIRESTONE FACTORY-METHOD RECAPPING GIVES NEW LIFE TO YOUR TIRES: 1. priginal Inspection Actual experience has dictated onr iuspectlon standards. They are (S^esigned to select only tboB^ tires that justify additional labor and matoriaL 2. Buffing Firestone's Dyna-Balance buff-. ing equipment assures finished treaded tires which conform to the highest balance requirements. ^ 3. Repairing Rayon repair patches, together with )pacial repair methods, combine to produce the highest qualit'/ repair work for broken or weakened areas. 4. Cameiback Firestone Grade A quality OES Cameiback compounded 'with Firestone's exclusive ingredient, "Mutac," gives prewar mileage to passenger tires. ^ 5. Curing Firestone's treading ctires are governed by strict specifications developed by Firestone Laboratories and controlled with urecislon equipment. 6. Final Inspection Only those tires which conform to Hrestone's high standards of quality are permitted to pasa the strict final inspection. SAME HIGH QUALITY METHODS FOR TRUCK AND TRACTOR TIRES UiUm So tb« Voice of Fktstont tvtry Monday ti/tnmg, ovtr N. B, C lolfi Home & Auto Supply IRVING TURLEY, Mgr. Phone 43 lola, Kansas

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