The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 5, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 5, 1945
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lOIiA, KANSAS OCALS (Octavia Stewart) Fireman 2-c Bi.ll Mcn/.ie has re- I Lt. and Mrs. Earl Monnlnger and turned to the Great Lakes Naval ! their son. Joe, are here from Pueblo, base after spending his holiday leave - Coin., spending a IJ-day leave visit- Mrs. Margaret E. Lane has returned to her home In Wichita after spending the past week here visiting Mrs. L. E. Trowbridge and family. Miss Marguerite Huff U here from Kansas City spending a few day.s vLsitlng friends. THE lOLA REGISTEB. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY-5, 1945. PAGE THREE If They Haven't Got 'Em, Who Hos? with hU mother Mrs, Helen Menzle. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Mrs. M. C. Wheeler of Moran l.s u i; of her daughter. Mrs. H. W, lii-dden and Mr. Il<-dden this week. iii^' their parents, Mr, and Mrs, Charles Moniiinser, and Mr, and Mrs, O, F. Miller, and other relatives and fi-iends. Wallpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS PAINT STOKE BEDROOM SUITES 4-Piece Modembtio $99.50 CtRTIS FTBNITURE PICTL'EES Religious, Floral for any room of the home SLEEPER FURNITt'RE STORE Mrs. Harold Phillips received word ^ .January 4 that her mother. Mrs, E:ta Heitz pa.ssed away at her home ' in Fort Scott. Kas^ ATliENTION BUDDIES I Dale Newland spent Wednesday in Chanute where he auciueri iii-j books for the Brady and Family Shoe Stores. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. Word has been received here that Mrs. Ralph McBee underwent a major operation Friday. December 29 at St, Marys hospital at De Kalb, 111., and is improving. Mrs. McBee •wa.s formerly Miss Wilma Yokum. Regular meeting of the LesUe J. Campbell Post Monday evening, Januarv 8,' 1945. at 8:00 p. m. = A. D. GORDON. Post Commander. Mrs. Golda Smith has received word from her sister, Ann Schell, that she has been promoted from seaman .second class to seaman first class. Seaman Schell is stationed at Corpus Christi. Tex. SLEEtER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. NOTICE < Your; Christmas Savings must be • Btarted by January 15th. If you .lake advantage of our offer, . . . Come in and let us explain—no 'obligation. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. Mrs. G. B. Parki is teachiJig the kindergarten room of Lincoln school this Week while Miss Bonnie JetTeri is iL-covtring Ironi a lonsiUecloiny. U You Miss Your Register Phone 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p/ m. Only one delivery can hi: made and that is after 7 p. m. Coxswain Wendell Prazell is here spending a 15-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pra­ zell. He has been in the South Pacific for the past 14 months. E. D. Shields, who suffered a broken hip when he fell on the ice last week and is a patient at St. John's hospital. Is reported to be slightly improved today. Pvt. and Mrs. Lloyd Webber have w.turned to Muskogee, Okla., after Hjcndnvi; a 17-day furlough here visiting their auni and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gccr, their grandparents, • Mr. and Mrs, L. S. Savage, and Mrs, Webber's mother. Mrs, Kelley at Humtxikit. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print Tlie Register is printing fewer "extra" copies of each issue. Suo- scribers wishing to purchase several copies of any particular issue are asked to place their order in ' advance, if possible. Extra copies j can be sold only as long as they last. I Word has been received here ! that Howard W, Baker, RM 2 -c, who ha-s been stationed in the Marshalls the past several months, Is now stationed on Guam in the i .Mariana Islands, Howard is a former lolan. • Tire Remapping and Vulcanizing : 24-Hour service ; On passenger andiruck tires —all work done in lola. : GUY OLIVER : : Vulcaniiiug and. Tread Service : • < WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. ; : Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Judah have received •word from their son, Theodore W. Judah. that he has been IM 'G .-noted from second lieutenant to first lieutenant. Lt. Judah is stationed in England with the Eighth Air Force and has been awarded the Air Medal. M1 .SS Duron Ingroum who spent the holidays here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Ingroum, has returned to her home in Topeka. C. Stin.scn of Carlyle returned last night from Kansas City, Mo., where he had been with his aaugii- ter, Mrs, Esther McKenna, who is seriously ill in Lakeside hospital, Mr, Stinson reports that Mrs, McKenna is improving slowly. (Resulting From Colds) Bueklcyi Famous "CANiADIOL" Miiture Acts LJke a Flash .,,( f IV • • nls to.lay .it \ J.-'l:.- s:..:.- f'l- a boltl.' of .:.k\v\ f • •.•.\S.\\>1<>\. .Mjvturo 1 kv .'L rpupM' of In-.;:: 1 1.1 II II."; o .-it. lUlj.-". It >''••! I \\v in- ;:il)rii:i- ; <-:;><l.;r. I', tl it* llK -iiant , ti'. •• a. I ill:; . spread t;. ;t.l mill bVoiiv 'htal is at •: to lOV" k:nK- pill'-'.,';!!, sootlis , .s an.l inakK LroatW- !a tliosK p(>r ,sl »tent. • .H-.iv Irritat.r,'-- eo <i;,'li.'-- or bronrhlal riiatl.'.:;.s ilu- linil Buck,^ ;* brin--." •iiii'k an .l •/f.-ctive re- fiuii t wait —t r.nWilf -y 's Canl.^l-iy. Y'.;i fft rolii't Instantly. Coolisey's Drug Store 'Reynolds Drug Store I > OCCASIONAL CHAIRS : Of AU TypeflL : Large and Medium Bocbera : SLEEPER FUR.MTUBE : STORE ; Mrs. W. L. Nichols received word today that her husband. Pvt. Nichols and two .sons. Pvt. Earl 8. Lear, and S.-Sgt. Ira Lear, are all three now in Germany. Sgt. Ira Lear was wounded last August in Prance but has returned to the front. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Redden, their daughter, Mrs. Norine Brannum, and granddaughter. Mrs. John A. Pergu.son. have jast returned from a trip to Allegan. Mich., where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Houghton and Rosemary. Mrs. Boughton is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Redden. NIL4V00D Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bacon and family attended'a reception at the Will Larmor hc«ne in Bronson last Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Bacon's nephew? who has recent!;/ returned from the South Pacific. Mrs. Eldon L. iWhite and children. Dickie. Janice find Terry Neil, re- I turned to their home in Olathc Fii- I day after spendftig a week with her parents. Mr. an-i .Mrs. Fred Smith. ' Mr. White can^ down with them . but returned earlier in the week, ' Mrs, Floyd Jpbe of Erie spent from Saturday morning until Monday evening wiih her sister, Mrs, Ralph Rotierts and her family, Htr I sons. Gary and^ Donald Jobe, who ' have been at th(; Roberts home several weeks, rem&ined for a couple of weeks longer. • Mrs. Harold Pratt received the sad news that h^r nephew. Pfc. Ir! vin Starkel had Seen killed in action in Prance December 1. Irvin had spent several summers visiting liis aunt and was quite well known lici'j and friends extend sincere .sympathy to his relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bacon and Margaret spent Thursday evening ^t the Smith home. Mrs. L. D. Smith returned home Saturday evening after spending sev-- ,eral days in Tulsa with her brother. I Mr. Robert Adair and his family. Her brother and his family and thei- father, Mr. Sam Adair, brought he" home and were Saturday night and Sunday euests at the .Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bacon and Margaret spent Sunday afternoon at the Roberts home. Members of the Sunflower club and their families had a basket supper at the school house Monday evening and a program was ai.s' given. It was suggested that a community club be organized and hint these meetings regularly. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Pratt spent Sunday afternoon with their "^on Harold and his family near the Katy lake. ODENSE Chief Petty Officer Harvey Becker of U. S. Navy arrived in the United States from the South Pacific. He came to Kansas City for his wife and son Rodney and all arrived Christmas eve to spend part of his 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Becker. Bobby and Mary Ann. Chief Petty Officer Becker has been in the navy six years and was at Pearl Harlxjr when his brothers, Marvin and Wesley lost their lives on the battleship Arizona. He had shore leave and was not on the ship. This is his first visit to Kansas since then, having tt^n stationed in the South Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becker of Nekoma came Saturday night to spend New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Will Becker and family. Buena Pugh, who has scarlet fever, is getting along all right. Mrs. Kenneth Swanson was taken to Chanute hospital for treatment for a severe attack of asthma. She was brought home Friday and js much improved, Harold Butts Jr.. was taken lo Chanute hospital Thursday morning for treatment for throat trouble. He is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Butts. Miss Prances Hawkin.son .spent her two weeks vacation at the Charles Hawklnson home. The Christmas program was well attended at the Mission church Christmas night. The Friends Home Lutheran church gave a Christmas pageant to a good audience Tuesday night. Mr. Given John-son of Florida sent a box of oranges to be distributed to those present. Bobby Becker and Frank Hawkln­ son were at)sent from hieh school at Savonburg New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawklnson. Prances. Marie and Frank. Mrs. Albert DeMeritt. Darlene and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Will Becker. Mary! Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Becker, i Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Harvey Becker and Rodney attended the Luther League watch night party New Year's eve at the Lutheran church. Marie Hawklnson of Parsons came I Sunday to spend New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawklnson and family. It's getting G. I. Joe, too. Soldiers, who Ance'could stroll m and buy a couple of cartons of cig- arets now line up in hope of getting one pack before the meager supply runs out. Photo above shows typical scene at the FL McClellan "Post Exchange after word got around that a shipment of ciggie? had arrived. • _ -r- ^^"^ ' Tl T V C--, u S ^f-' 'ff ••'I li'- 4 .nlv :i I'; li;:s -l.fttii is tlitil ijiioul llii.s lime I \ci> -viar lit w s|i:ijjt;rs niiisl liavc ;i j^iit.; ;iljt )ul^in tr irfcd i\ti iijivf 'litlali:.-; Hi M.liiiitiHUis ,st ,frtit;ir}- in ;i ti'opi- ; f:!i sr'.lin..; all <l tills is it '" L. J. Wilson. Sp. 1-c USNR from the Navy recrtuting station, Joplin. Mo., will be in lola on Wednesday, January lo: at the postofttce between the hours of 1:30 p. m. and 4 p. m. seeking enlistment of 17-year- old boys and to point out the advantages of general service and technical training to boys and their parents ."=0 that those who wish to may arrange to volunteer while they can still choose their branch of .service. Anxirrr lo rrevfouN Fuisle s Novelist HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured author, —J— 13 Age 14 Architectural units 15 Be indebted IG Biblical pronoun 17 Individual 18 Australian bird :;0 North D.akota (r;b,) 21 Higli card 22 Iloalth re.-orl 24 By :!0 Vegct-ibl.' 29 Partners .?2 Equals .•?4 Negative 35 Aluminum (symbol) 36 Transmits 39 South Pacific island 43 Exclartiation of laughter 44 Lyric poem 45 Barricade 48 Head covering 50 Rhode Island (ab,) .'•)2 Female deer .'•,4 Vat 55 Father 57 Vase 59 Sharpshooter 62 Possesses 63 S;he has written one of the (symbol) 4 Path 5 Before 6 East Central (ab.) 7 New Hamp. shire (ab.) 8 Tiny 9 Ideologies 10 Therefore 11 Have 12 Bright color 17 Ocean (ab.) 19 Upward 21 Skill 23 Mimic 24 .A.fternoon (ab.) 25 Each (ab.) 27 Erbium (symbol) 23 Like 30 Finish 31 Distress signal 49 BacheVjr of 32 Strike lightly Arts (ab.) 33 Yale 50 Go swiftly 36 South America (ab.) 37 Exclamation 38 Grab 40 Cleaning device 41 Hypothetical force •>2 Musical note 46 Paid notice 47 Flower 48 Wavy hair T 51 Anger 53 Abstract being 54 Golf device 55 Standard of value 56 Donkey 58 Northwest (ab.) 60 That one 61 Postscript (ab.) 62 Him VERTICAL \ 1 Loick opener 2 Exist 3 Tantalum; PRAIRIE CHAPEL Since our last items several have had guests for the holiday season and some were entertained away from home. Mrs. Clara Thompson and Dewey and Gus TTiompson entertained the following on Christmas day: Mr. and Mrs. Will MUIer. Mrs. Lusti- field and Mrs. Lynn of lola. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Lynn and son of Kansas City, Mrs. Gladys Brandt of Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson and children and Miss Nina Lee Thompson. Harley Robb and family. Mrs. R. L. Robb and Mrs. J. T. Harclerode spent Christmas day at the Harley Robb home in Salem district. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Starliper and Doris of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Starliper of Burlington vUited with their brother Fred Starliper - and family Simday. Mr. Starliper is some better at this time. Newton Bacon left Saturday for Oceanside. Calif., after tieing called home for the funeral of his grandfather Newton L. Ard. Mrs. R. L. Robb was on the sicA list last week but is improved now. Our school resumed work Monday after a week's vacation. Mrs. Erma Trammell and children of lola and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dalton and children visited their mother and grandmother Mrs. R. L. Robb Friday. Everett, who is in service, was home on a furlough. Mrs. Adoph Pink and Irene visited with Mrs. Ben Bacon and Arolyn Tuesday afternoon while the men folks butchered. We are sorry to hear that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knapp are both sick. Tropical fireflies go the American firefly one lietter—they not only produce bright lights but go in for colored ones as well. Tender Aohing Perspiring Feel Amazing Relief in 5 Minutes Grt a bottle of Mnnnc'.s Emerald ril! witti the understanding that If it does not eaJe the pain and soreness and do away with all offensive odors .vour money will be promptly returiu-<l. l >.jn t worry about liowr lone yf.'j'\e be*-n troubled, or how iiiany other preparaiiuns you have tried. This powerful peneratinB o(! is on.- prejaratton that will help to make your painful aching feet so comfortable and ."Often up corn and callous troubles that yowl! I..- abl" t.i go anywhere and d^ most anything in abjrolute foot comfort, So marve?f«u?lv p(»werful Is Moone's Emerald Oil that t!:ousands of bottles are sold annually to sufferer* from sore, tender, indamPd feet. PruKglsts we selling lots of it Beynolds Drar 8 (on Ef,TERPRISE Mrs. GTad.vs Kaufman of HU.TI- bolat. .spoilt C :;n.-ima .s day ai t:ie- Ed Osborn home. Mr. anti Mrs. Steve Dol.ecek and Duane spTJnt M .^ncny eveniiiL: ,it Sumner Holc-omb hu .Tae in loia. Rev. Neden. Mr.-. Neden and .so:: Wayne, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hume:' Teats anc^ family Sunday afternoor.. Mr. an^ Mrs. M. F. Preston anci Mrs. J. M. Predion spent Chrlstma.- eve with: Mrs. Mildred Lytie anc her family in Humboldt, wher" they enjoyed a Christma.s tree. Dinner' guests on Sunday at th.;- Cllne-Estabrook home were. Mr. and Mrs." Pete E.stabrook and Mr:-. Brown of St. Joe, Mr. and Mr."^. M. L: Sa'jlee and children of Lawrence. -.On Monday the alx )v.'named per-sons in company with Mr. andj Mrs. Eldon Cline and Ardith .'Vnn and Mr.s. Estubroor: were g\ie ,7t .s at a Chrbtmas' day dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Don McDonald. Rorihie. Denny and Karen Sue McDonald. Mr. arid Mrs. Clarence Lutz spent Tuesday evening at the Steve Dolecek honve. Mr. aijd Mrs. Lloyd Baxley visited Monday at the W. £. Weaver home in lola.' On Tuesday Mr, and Mrs, Loren Beatty c-f Wichita, and Miss Marjory Beatty visited at the home of their;uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Free Preston and Mrs. J, M, Preston. Mrs, .. Lenore Osborn visited Thursday at the Charles Osborn home ln< Gas City. Staff Sergeant Frank Tremain of Ft Leonard Wood. Mo., and Mrs. Ttemain visited. C3hristma.s day wltH his mother. Mrs. Geo. Al- umbaugl). Mr. Alumbaugh, George Jr . and-' Mary Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Turney and daughter Karen, of Tulsa. Okla. visited Mrs. Tumey'.s uncle and aimt, Mr. and Mrs, Free Preston and grandrhother. Mrs. J. M. Preston -on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs; Max Barnhart and .'aniily and Marjorie Barnhart of Law-rence, spent Sunday and Monday a: the'E L. Barnhart home. . Mr. and' Mrs. Ray Peck, Harold Lee arid Liirry; Mrs. Zelma Hayes, Mi-.s. Ella pramley. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hayes ii;id family, Mr. and -Mr.s. Melvin Haves and girLs, Mr. and Mr.s. Roy; Hayes. Jean and Jerry, spent 'Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hayes, Lorene and Bobby, at Chanute. Mr. and Mrs. Will Preston. Mrs. Dena Golden and son Webster .^IK-nt Chrlitmas at the Mae Pres, ton home. On Sunday. Dec. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson's children gathered at ; their home for a Christmas dinner and tree. " :Those present were: Mr. and Mrs: Ray Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ballah of Pulton. Mr. and J^rs. Nate Wilson and ' family', Mr. and Mrs. John Mike ; Collins and I'amily of Piqua and Mrs. Hershel .Wilson of lola. Mr. and Mrs. Alto Ling. Kenneth. . Wanda, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Peck, David. Betty and Lester, ate Christmas dinner at the Butterfield honie, and a tree and gift exchange in the afternoon. Mr and Mr^. Harold Gay and Clarence Caldwell were afternoon callers. (Christmas day being the wedding anniversary of the following persons, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Townsend, Mr: and Mrs. A. O. Hillbrant. and Mr^ and Mrs. Marion Faster, Mr. and;. Mrs. Ray Townsend entertained gt supper in their home in honor pf the occasion. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson. The G. E. C. met with Mrs. H. O. Hajes on December 21. with eight mefcbers present. The work was quilting. There wa.s a gift exchange. After the basiness meeting refreshments were served to the foUiiwing memt>ers: Mesdames Barnhart. Baxley. Butterfield. McDonald. Smith. Gertrude Preston, Tom.son and guests. Mrs. Geo. Alumbaugh. Mrs. Lenore Osborn and Karen Sue McDonald and Mrs. Ella Gramley. Mr.s Alumbaugh joined the. club at this meeting. Next meeting will be with Mrs. McDonald. January IB. On Sunday. Dec. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Peterson and Gary had Chr«lstmas with Mrs. Peterson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wood and other relatives near Humboldt. Then Monday they had Christmas at the home of Mr. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter.son and sister. Mrs. Clair Kinchelo. Mr. Kinchelo and their family, east of lola. The Christmas program at Enterprise was enjoyed by a goodly number of persons. 'The.Ladies Aid of Salem church had its regular monthly meeting December 20. at the oarsonage with Mrs. Scott and family. The Christmas program at the Sal*m U. B. church drew a large attendance Sunday night and was very well rendered, especially Santa Claases part of it. which the little folks really enjoyed. SALVAGE dollege Park. Ga.. Jan. 4. fAP) — When a lake at the College Park golf club was dained. about 5.000 golf balls—mostly pre-war—were recovered. The balls have been cleaned up and put on sale Teletypes — typewriters designed to send messages by wire—have been transported on soldiers' backs In the army. JANUARY CLEARANCE PRESSES 3 GROUPS Priced for Quick Clearance $W.95 NOW $6.66 $8.95-: NO. $5.55 No»$4.44 Were Were Were SLACK SUITS Were$9#95 Now $7*77 Were $7.95 NO $4.44 ; SLACKS Were $5{.95 — Now $ J33 Wee $1.95^ $4.95 NOW $2,22 y ^ SWEATERS ' One (Group Slightly Soiled Weie $1*959 $5*95 Now $2*22 One Group PURSES Were $2.95, $4.95 o w77c BETTY'S I Bewar^ Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion ifelieves promptly be, cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help »loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature : to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous mem- i br%nes. Tell yf)L:r druggist to sell you i a bottle of Creojnulsion with the un- I derstanding ybu must like the way it j quickly allays the cougn or you are ' to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couehs. Chest' Colds. Bronchitis ''Looking for $ nice place to lunch?'' Visit our comfortable, quiet and pleasant restaurant; Ttie food is delicious and is served in an appetizing manner. Quick Service and Splendid Food. NORTH SIDE SQUARE You Can Usually Find It At Sale! y MEN'S AND BOYS' JACKETS, MACKINAWS and SHEEPUNED COATS ENTIRE STOCK / REDUCED Boys' Sizes 4 to 20- 55.85 VALUES FOR . $7.85 VALUES FOR . $9.85 VALUES FOR . $12.85 VALUES FOR $14.85 VALUES FOR $17.85 VALUES FOR $19.85 VALUES FOR $21.85 VALUES FOR; $24.85 VALUES FOR Men's Sizes 36 to 50.- ...$4.38 , .$5.88 . .$7.38 . .$9.63 $10.13 $13.38 .$14.88 .$16.38 $18.63 Sale! MEN'S OVERCOATS FINGER TIP COATS $24.85 Values for $17.88 J $29.85 Values for ..... $22.38 $34.85 Values for $26.13

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