The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 8, 1945 · Page 2
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 8, 1945
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lOLA, KANSAS Actoas the woild the sound of shells has ceajed , f: And quiet shrouds the battle-rubbled West... JTie enemy has laid away his arms, and Death and Pain are done in France.; But I go on . for I must fight and Idll. And work and sweat 1,11 and hide and run ,.; For here the enemy is yery much alive ..; ^ His bullets still are made of lead .. * Their angiy whispers still foretell of sudden death/t - For me and others crouched in slime and mud . ^l, : The end for '^{^j^^ *° come ., And so we pray to God to ^ve tis sfsength ,To fight and win .. . without the waste of Time . . • And with His Will... to see our homes again. 6 more reasons for buying at least an extra $100 War Bond in the 6th! 1. War Bonds are the best, the safest investment in the worldl 2. War Bonds return you $4 for every $3 at maturity. 3. War Bonds are as convenient as cash—and increase in value to boot! 4. War Bonds mean education for your children, security for you, a nest egg to fall back on, come what may. 5. War Bonds help Iceep down the co*t pf living. 6. War Bonds will help win the Peace by increasing purchasing power after the war. M. H. Abts, South Street Auto Allen County Implement Co. Allen County State Bank American Service Co. A. W. Anderson Grocery Ross Arbuckle Garage Brady Shoe Store C and F Mercantile Co. R. F. Campbell. M. D. "Bud" Campbell Top Hat Club M.P.Colt&M.C.Colt N. H. Conine Sales Co. Cook's Drug Store Cooksey's Drug Store Copening Jewelry Store B. W.Curtis L. R. Cyrus Motor Co. Dr; Kent R. Dudley Dunlop Tire & Rubber Co. Elliott Motor Company ThU Advertisement Contributed Parts Edmiston's Dr. Wayne E. Frantz Fryer Bros. Grocery & Market The Gamble Store A. A. Gillet, Shamrock Jnn Globe Clothing Co. ' Harf s Lunch Gene Harrison Henderson Realty Company H. R. If ess Feed Store Geo. Hiser Imp. Qo. . lola City Utilities Dept lola Laundry & Dry Cleiiners The lola Register ^ lola State Bank lola and Uptown Theatres lola Wholfealos Grocery? Kelley Hotel & Coffee Shop Kerr-McFall Garment fco. By the lola War Informatio7t S. H. Kress & Co. Krupp Iron & Metal Co. Dr. F; X. Lenski Lincoln Food Mart Efr. Hi L. Lacy JohnK. Layie John McNally, vSinclair Gas ' GroverMenzie& W. P. McFadden Model & Cut Rate Grocery M<idern Cafe Gpy Oliver Complete Tire Service Ben Pennington J. M. Powell W. C. Perham, U. a N. R. J. C. Penney Co. Ramsay's Logan H. Reynolds Mtr. Co. Ted Robinson and Velma Sievers Roscoe Richardson Committee Keith Richardson Self Service Grocery Shannon & Shannon Hdw. S. & H. Bakery A. R. Sleeper Dr. H. M. Stephenson, Lieut. U. S. N. R. South Street Cafe , Stanley E. Toland—Attorney Irving Turley, Firestone Store R. C.Walton Foundry Dr.,Rebecca Von Wald Dr.P.W.Waugh Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weaver, Pic Theatre TomWaugh Western Auto (Associate) Store Williams Monument Works Alma Wise Music Studio Bud White Motor Co. W.H.Wood

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