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lOLAi RANSAB THE lOLAREGISTER, MONDAY EVENING; JANUARY 8.194S. PAGE THREE Fight Carrier Blaze J After Jap Bombing' {Octavia Stewart) Mrs. Lowell O. Tripp will arrive tomorrow fronji Foijt Riley to spend the duration with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C, O. Ooghlll. Wallpaper and Sewall Palnta LEWIS PAINT STORE . Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hubbard of Mugoton, iCansas, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hubbard. They were on their way to I'opeka where Mr. Hubbard who Is Miss Luella Varner spent week in Kansas City, where attended the Russian Ballet. the she SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. The Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Heatherington spent yesterday in Batesville, Kas., where they attended the reopening of the church there. a representative county will attend from Stevens legislature. NOTICE Your Christmas Savings must be started by January 15th, if you take advantage of [our offer. . . . Come In and let us explain—no obligation. SECUBITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. ATTENTION MASONS Special Communication Tuesday evening, January 9th. Work In the Third Degree. Limch. LESTER LEE, Master Harold Boyer, who suffered a head injury when kicked by a horse yesterday was taken to St. John's hospital for treatment. . Mrs. J. K. Milliyon of Denver, Colo., arrived Saturday to spend a few days here visiting her mother. Mrs. Eva Crowell |and Mr. Milliron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orval MUliron at Buffalo, i Kas. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. returned to after spending Miss Verla Jones * Lawrence yesterday , ..r- o . the week-end here v|sltlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and other relatives. Miss Jones Is a student at the University of Kansas. I NOTICE Due to the shortage; of news print The Register Is iJrintlng fewer "extra" copies of each Issue. Subscribers willing to [purchase several copies of any particular Issue are asked to place ^helr order In advance, If possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long as they last. i Elmer Kerschner | is here from Deaver, Wyo., visiting his brother, J. W. Kerschner and other relatives and friends. WAUGH FUNERAL HpME—36. Charles Schullenberger of Topeka, a former lolan and employee of Th^ Register, was inducted into the navy last week and has reported to the Great Lakes for his boot training. His wife and daughter will make their home in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. George Lane are the parents of a six pound daughter born January 4, at St. John's hospital. The baby has been named Martha Kay. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Francis Bremer, who Is critically 111 In a hospital In Kansas City, Is a little Improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper of Chanute are the parents of a seven pound and eleven ounce son born this morning at St. John's hospital. The baby has been named David Leroy. OCCASIONAL CHAlRS Of AU Types. Large and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FTJRNITCBE STORE (Frances Halbe) MATCHES Ijhave a box of matches and they go I To light a fire for warmth, a pipe for peace, A lamp for guidance, or the can't die's glow Fbr friendliness when daviight la' bors cease; Gr one may come to nothing-broke in two. Or in the ashes shed its scarlet ' crown. Or scorch your fingers, burn a car: pet through, dr lay a rick in ruins, or a town. So they are spent, and vanish one by one. Brief altar-flames to happiness cr : strife. What shkll I do when all of them ., are ^one? The matches arc my years, the box my life. —F. H. in London Obsei-ver. The cagy Nips, often underrated as filers,: score a bomb hit on iha ni ^^ht citck U, S . navy carrier, setllng Are to planes. Flre-flghtlng crews pour streams of water and clirinlcul to pr-vi^m !ii)ioad of the conflagration. The action took place during a recient carrier piano brittle in ilie PacllU —iNavy Photo from NEA -- Telophoto." Word has been received by Mrs. Ernest Falrweather that her husband, Cpl. Falrweather has arrived safely in the Marlannas. He Is a I gunner on a B-29. DRS. W. P. & LUCY M. HULL Gronnd Floor Offices 12 North Sycamore Genuine —O-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y— Reliable Diagnosticians Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Powell Smith were: H. J. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Powell and their BEDROOM SUITES 4 -Piece Modemistio $99.50 CURTIS FtTlNITUEE Carl Lee Webb son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb, enlisted in the tjavy last week and is now at the iiaval hospital at Olathe being treated for an attack of the mumps. • Hot, cold and machlneless perma- hents, Thurs. and Frl., Wolfs Beauty Shop. Pho. 905. Mable Henson.—adv. Mrs. H. E. George is in Houston,,^ „ , Texas, receiving treatment at the i daughter, Bertie Lee of CoffeyviUe, ' and Mr. and Mrs. James Powell of Milton H. Berry Schools. She plans to be gone three months. Gary Cooper, who underwent an emergency operation at St. John's lackgr and Miss DicV.iiiion. Tl I following niember.s vsvrc present: Sterling. [Mrs; C. E. White. Mr.*. H. J. Hui- lock, Mrs. Edith Wcast, Mr.s. E. H. Mrs. Chester Titel and her daugh- ]WillJam.s, Mr^. Joim Day. Mrs. Mel- Happenings Moran hn'i brin In England for .some time b'lure coming'baek to the States. Hclatives and friends are hoping liuit he can hove a furlough before long. FAIRLAWN MORAN. Jan. 8.—The Mnrun ! ^^r^- Malvin G. Johnson of Man- Home .Demonstralion unit met Jan- haitan, came Saturday night for a | iiar>i5 at 2 p. m. al theJionie of Mrs. ^i-'it at, the S._A- Johnson home for Job-.Trites. Tne ies.son on Reiria- i H-f week-end, returning by way of Knii .-^as. Cit.v -fuesday night. Harling-Kecnum Mrs. Clara Harling of Carlyle announces the marriage ol her daughter. Kathryn Jane, to James H. Keenum, .«on of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Keenum, of Suit. North Carolina, on Tuesday, December 10, In iBJue Rldge, Georgia. The service was read by the Rev. J. Walker Ctild.wy. The bride wore a street length dress of white wool Jersey v.'Uh black accessories. • <• •:• Carol Beth Taylor Has Surprise Party Miss Carol Beth Taylor was guest oi honor at a surprise party Friday evening, on her twelfth birthday, w)ien Mrs. W. W. Taylor and Mrs. Dprlene Roberts entertained a group of her friends at the Taylor home. The evening was spent with games and contests. Carol Beth received many lovely gifts. Birthday cake and sherbet were served by the hostesses to the following guests: Misse.s. Lucetria Mack, Martha Watson, Shirley Guenther. Sharon Stal- ter, Helen Ann, were dismissed hospital several days ago, was. dis- I from St. John's hospital yesterday missed today and taken to his home here. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dale Cooper. Tire Recapping and Vnlcanizinir 24-Hour Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Vulcanizing and Tread Service Miss Reglna Heatherington, who is employed in Lawrence, Kansas, spent the week-end with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Heathermgton. 'Word has been received here that Pvt. Richard E. Cleaver, husband of Mrs. Theodore M. Cleaver, 224 North Cottonwood, recently graduated from the Armored School Tank Department, at Fort Knox, Ky, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McGuire of I Colony and their daughter, Mrs. V. H. Nelson and her son, Donald Howard of lola, went to Kansas City to meet Pfc. Dale Wayne McGuire who was returning to New York after spending a furlough In Phoenix, Ariz. PICTURES Religious, Floral for any room of the home SLEEFEB FURNITURE STORE Gas Radiants And Gas Circulators Bring Ration Certificalc W. H. WOOD FURNITURE and taken to theh home in Yates Center. tion;Was postponed unul in.e March | ^ —^ ^ meeting. Mi.-s .\:inabi,-i! J. Dic-kin- ] Smrii.v dinner gue.sts of Mr. and -^^ker, Patty Rae Woodard, Carol son f.'ave a lesson on Ouilook lor the • Mr.;, .S.-A. Jqhn.s'on and Warren aeth Tavlor: Messrs. Eldon Car- Yeai,' 1945. that w.i:-; \(:iy much en- i were. Mr.s, Malvin Johnson. Mr. and joyeji by all. Saniiary coi'.ait'on.'; ol i Mrs, My;on Price and family and various places were disiju.<.'-ed. There ' ' " were, two guest:;, Mr.'^^ C. P. Hc'r- the r.-'lrtlivos of Mr. Joe Reade who pas.sed away fest week. Mr. arid Mrs. Chas. Ensminger .'Vive received vyord from their son. Jack, that he is! in an army hospital .>;omewhci'e in England receiving trratni?iit for trench foot trouble. Miss Myrtle Tharp of lola. Sir.cere .sympathy is extended to vin Davis, and the .hostess, Mrs. Tritijs. The next mefiing will be witlr Mrs. H. J. HurhK'k. THE REAL WAY TO EXCEL (By Tom Waugh) It is the natiu-e of man to want to excel—to desire leadership. Yet it seems that a man cannot yield to great ambition or impose his will on others or to corner wealth, without MINER TUEATKK Moran, K.inf-as Wed., Thurs., Jan. 10-U Pjoberl Lowery, Jcjn Parker, \ Roscoe Carn.'. In "THE NAVY WAY " Shorts News Shows at 7:30-9:30 • Bfeth Taylor; Messrs. Eldon Car penter, Johnny Williams. Don Sifers, Eddie Miller, Dick Middleton and John Benson. •:• •:• •:• Guest Soloist To Give Recital Tuesday |vlrs. Elvera Palmer, young soprano from Kansas City, Mo., will gi\-e a song recital for the lola Music club tomorrow afternoon at Mr. .^nd Mrs. Albert Manning en- I tHe Baptist Temple. The program Icrtair.v'd their three daughters and I will begin at 3:15 p. m., preceded I their inniilies for Christma.s and by a business meeting for active I New Year's. Mr.s. Dee Doughty and [members at 2:30 p. m. (inimhter.^'. of Bl Dorado; Mi', and Mr;;, Lonnip Wliipps and Dorothy Lee of- Vv'clda. and Mr. and Mrs, Howartl Findlay and Roger of Moran. • ; • Tvirs, Dee Doiiehty and daughters , ^..„^v... „»..O....BM^. and Mrs. Lvlo Charlet, Wvai- ' ^ Dorado, vl^ilted at the parental ! studied and coached with several ita, announce the birth of a little ' Dot;s;hty homo <and other relatives j pri)minent voice specialists, among daughter, Margaret Kay. Mr.s. and fritnrLs whi)e here for the holi- | them Floyd Tompkins and the late Chaj-let WPS formerly Miss Leota Mrs. Palmer, an active member of the Kansas City Musical club and chairman of the student department of that club, has had considerable experience in radio and church singing. She has , Harold Van Duzee. She has had Hamilton and operated a beauty I V.'uui.etii L<)\;e of Kansas City, i general successful seasons as so- shof; here in Moran. .u. ...... , M^-s. Q. E.. Lacey entered Bnrkt^ en me Ivjnie for the New Year weekend. Friends of Barbara En-sminger prano soloist at the Country Club Methodist and the Westminister Congregational churches. _ , , „^ • J i Since the soloist has participated morning. The report last nigh'i. was i'""f^'f Christma.s and has not been in; oratorio and in Kansas City bringing disaster to someone. Does i that; she was doins; as well as could i 'Tturn to school, but glad summer operas as well as radio pro- I Street hospital. Fort Scott, Friday ( Friends of Barbara En-sminger and^-underwent surgery Saturday •^^'^'^ ^'-^^ ^'•^'^ ,Mrs. Milton Worthington left yesterday afternoon for Oklahoma city, Oklahoma, where she will be was graduated "recently from the Word has been received here that James W. Potter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Potter, Rt. 1, Tola, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cranston Lintecum and family. Mrs. Llnte- cum is the sister of Mrs. Worth- irigton. Naval Air Technical Training Center located at Norman, Okla. He Is now awaiting further duty orders either to sea or to a naval base. Publishier AnHvrrr <o Prrvlonn Pnisir HORIZONTAL was a leading ^ 1 Pictured pub• lisher, Gordon. 11 Beverage 12 SpacetiL. 13 Femal^eer 14 Tangle; 15 Howl 16 Tavern ,! 17 Erbium (symbol) . 19 Doctor of Science (ab.) 20 Near 21 Therefore 23 Egjrptian sun god 24 Accomplish 25 Print measure 27 Give credit 29 Make speech 31 Kitten's calls 35 Guide 39 Biblical pronoun 40 Indian army , (ab.) 41 Symbol for gold 42 Behold! 43 Notary public (ab.) ; 44 Pair (ab.) 46 Doctor (ab.) 47 Seed container 49. Fuel 51 Bom 54Upwrard ',• (comb, form) 55 Nevada city 56 Anger 57His Journal. VERHCAL 'l Jelly 2 Winglikc part 3 UnHs of ' length 4 State 5 Brought up 6 Lampreys 7 Short sleep 8 He was a famous 92000 pounds 10 Five and five 18 Rodent 20 Excitement 21 Street (ab.) 22 Either 25And (Latin) 26 Myself cloth 28 United Sei-vice 38 International Organization language (ab.)-- 44 Equal 30 Dined 45 Position 31 Mine 47 Kitchen 32 Electrical en- utensil gineer (ab.) 48 Individual 33 Aperture 34 Tree fluid 35 Sorry 36 Vegetable 37 Measure of 49 For 50 Uppermost part 52 Before 53 Ever (conlr.) this mean that man's urge to excel must always mean damage to others? Wise philosophers say no. They point out that a man can be immeasurably wealthy in wisdom, In consciousness of beauty, without taking a thing away from any other human being. His ambition to master men cap be sublimated to mas- terj' of himself—which Is enough of a chore for anyone. He can accumulate vast stores of truth and knowledge without depriving anyone else of anything. He can excel all the rest of the world in honesty and In dealing fairly with his fellow men and no one will suffer loss. All of which may seem to you, if you pride yourself on being the realist type, as setting the sights pretty high. But you will have to admit the truth of the Ideal, anyway. -And it Is merely an Ideal of all good business. Next Monday Mr. Waugh of the Waugh Funeral Home will comment on "Honesty."—adv. be «;xpected al thi.s time. Iv^rs. Dwisht Barnes and Ucl- bert Lsicey from Topeka came earlv Salyrday morning to be wiih thfir bother, Mrs. Lacey. Mrs. Barnir.s has;to go back in.a fe.wday.s, M:-. Laci'y expects to spend the week herp. she is some better at this time, grams, she has a varied and In- H<r nK-.th;->r. Mrs, Alpha Ensminger. teresting background in singing and h.ns al.«o .been 'sirk. Friends wish srfould bring to the club members variety and Miem ;f .'•Deedy • recovery. V.MK HOME Jrflerson Citv. Mo.. Jan. 8. <.\P) Phil M. Donnelly, a Democrat, will a -program- full of cl'iiirm. Mrs. Spencer A. Gard will I pl.'ty Mrs, Palmer'.s accompaniments. , , Baked elephant's foot is one of the Mrs. Earl Smith and son Gary, »r;/'«'^i-n in as Uie 41sL governor of greatest food delicacies of the Afrl- left;for their home in Wichita Sun- ca^ Bushman, day after a visit here with Mrs. ', """^^^ f>ve-dny nap between Sm^},h•s mother, Mrs. Will McCoy ""^ Donnelly'st .iob as a state and Mr. McCoy. ; senator ended rnd his new one as Mrs. Ruth Bartlett is spi ndin',' a few-Jdays in Wichita and in Hutch- one as rovernor becan.'And those five days' are the. only tirne he has been out f pnbUc office '^ince he w.as elected InsQh where she wiUl be the Kuest , of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bartlett and ? Mi .>!.souri house of representa- famUy. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Helms received word yesterday that their son Cpl: Rex Helms had "been transferred to the Baxter General hjs- pit^l, Spokane, Wash. Cpl. Helms was.^wounded in action.overseas nad lives 22 years ago. Mrs. Luella H. Vamer came from CoffeyviUe Friday evening to visit until this evening with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Vamer. She also visited with her father, B. W. Warner and grandmother, Mrs. Ed Beavers at Humboldt yesterday. LOVELY-ALLURING • LOW-COST Jl Nalural -Iookinff curls and wavi'; n(nv jrauft-,. easily, ctx.l-lv. st home. Do it youn^lf. The amazin CiamlU PERMANENT WAVE KIT Lt. (jg) W. F. Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cowan, has been in lola the past few days visiting his parents. He was accompanied by his wife. Lt. Cowan is back In the United States after spending three years m the Middle East as a Naval Intelligence officer. His last station was Basra, Iraq, the southern end of the supply Une from the Mediterranean to Russia over which .American lend-lease goods have been traveling. From here he will be sent to Chicago for a tour of duty in this coimtry. I t i 4 5 r 8 1 10 II 12. i> IS lb IT 'a ii^ 20 u 30 ii 1 yt. 33 35 3b 37 3d 1 r HO tl •H. % i . i «3 54 55 5T Colony News cont.-iins ever>-thini! you n(•c^. pcrmnncnt w^ve BOlutjton, curltrs. !!h:imp<x) ami •«uv.-.s<r. Safe for eyery type of hair. I'raisH by lldllvw.wl moviiB stars. Over .'"> milhon sold, (.it ? Chatfm-Kurl Kit today. At Coukscy's Drvis 'i^'i -I'l 'iriis i^tnrc.';. NURSE LO$ES FAT SAFELY AYDS WAY .Gef sUmmer witkoat exenisa Eat Marches, potatoes. Do You Suffer TERIOOIC FEMALE PAIN With its Weak, Nervous "Dragged Out" Feelings? cisc. No druK3. No laxatives. meal dulls the a rr.incr.-.ls, (?«s<' F.^t Marches, potatoes, gravy. jusi <.iit down. AYDS plan is ' If^ »<, Fti-n tlmfs—yOti liie so many R .ife, 'fiensible. easierl No exci- | f:k!s nnd v-'omen sutler from, cramps, hrndarhp, back.^cl-.r'. feci tired, restlesn. a 1 )11 r.'.oody—all due to luccilonal pcrl- ocilc dlstur'OHTiccs— .Start at once—try Lydla E. Plnk- hiim's Vegetable Compound to rellevB sUcii symptoms. It's famoits not only . to help relieve monthly pain but also „ ,• - . ,rT><- , I a ^companvliig tired, v.-e.-ik, nervous feel- Ddicous _AYDS before each ! ^^^^ ^j^j^ ,^ ^^^^^^^ It^ soothing effect on ONE or WOMAN'S Mvi.'T IMPOBTA:JT ORGANS . TaSen regularly — pmkham'a Compound helps bvlld up reslstniio; RRaln-'t such symp- tojns. Follow label directions. Nurse wai oneof more than lOtt perions loalnit 14 to 15 lbs. aTerafie In a few weeks in dfnical testa with Ayds Plan contluctcd by medical doctoim. :e appetite. Yet you get vitamins, :-nlial nutrients m Ayds. Si . Start the cry f Scarborough Bros., Phone 181 LVDIA E. PINKHAM'S KISI CALENDAR FOtt THE WEEK MONDAY V. F. W. Auxiliary will meet at 8 p. m. at Memorial Hall. Members are urged to bring gifts for the sunshine basket. The S. P, W. executive committee meets at 7:30' p. m. In the rest rooms. TUESDAY Country club bridge players will meet at 7 p. m. at the club house with Mrs. John Mc'Nally and Mrs. John Herter, hostesses. Royal Neighbors will have a covered dish supper at the Odd Fellows Hall at 6 p. m. Junior high P. T. A. meets at 7:45 p. m. in the school auditorium. There will be an executive meeting at 7 p. m. Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist church meets at 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. Leland Ul- rlch at the Wood-XTlrlch apartments. The lola Music club meets at the Baptist Temple. There will be a business meetlhg at 2:15, followed by the program at 3:15 p. m. Mrs. Karl Palmer of Kansas City, Mo., will be the guest ao- loUt. WEDNESDAY The Missionary Society of the Christian church nieets with MTB. M. E. Chryst, 323 E. Chestnut, at 2:30 p. m. THURSDAY Division three of the First Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. W. M. Wells, 622 8. Cottonwood at 2:30 p. m. Fldelis class of the Baptist church will meet .with Mrs. L. A. Gunther, 218 N. Sycamore at 2:30 p. m. South Division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. Phil Bay, 215 South Oal^ at 1:30 p. m. North Division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. J. L. Maffitt, 708 North street at 1:30 p. m. Fourth Division of the First Pi-esbyterlan church meets with Mrs. E. I. Sifers, 109 North Cottonwood, with Mrs. Fred Soper and Mrs. U. Snyder assisting hostesses. FRIDAY U. B. Special class will have a covered dish dinner at 6:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Harley Warren, Wheeler Heights. The American Legion Auxiliary meets at 2:30 p. m. in the Legion rooms to sew for the Veterans' hospital. P-T A. Notes "Junior High School in the Postwar Era," will be the subject of the program at the meeting of the Parent-Teacher association to be held at the junior high school building tomorrow evening. H. E. George, principal of the school, will discuss the needs for post-war planning, and there will also be discussions by the parents and teachers. This program should be of Interest to all parents as well as the gen- .eral public. It Is hoped that a large attendance will be at this meeting which will begin at 7:45 p. m. An executive meeting will be held at 7 o'clock. Kansas U. Alumni Will Observe Founders' Day Lawrence, Kas., Jan. 8. (AP)— At home or In the far comers of the earth. University of Kansas alumni will observe Kansas Day, January 29, as K. U. Founder's Day, Fred Ellsworth, alumni secretary, said. Ernest C. Quigley, K. U. director of athletics, will address the Chicago Alumni Club's dinner meeting. Other dinner programs are planned In Boston, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Honolulu and other cities. CRIME WAVELET Seattle, Jan. 8, (AP)—"Bandits," observed Policeman W. 8. MlUett when three boys about 10 years old returned his missing pistol, "are getting younger and younger." But Mlllett only knew the half of It. The kids said, sure, they'd tell where they got the pistol. A couple of five-year-olds gave It to them. How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulfilon relieves promptly because 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 membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the im- derstanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis GET EXTRA RED POINTS! •1 • • Save used fats for your country! Keep saving alt vaed kitchen fats. Yotir country urgently needs them 1 .. to help ma^e medicines, parachutes, synthetic rubber, munitions, paints and soaps for military and civilian uses. So keep up your good work. Save every possible drop of used fats. Remember, for each pound you turn in, you get 2 red ration points! Save Used Fats- For the Fighting Front 'Approved by OP'A and WFA. Paid for by Industry OW OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE Myra Chapter, Order of the East- em Star, met Tuesday evening, January 2, with the following officers elected to serve the year of 1945: Worthy Matron, Ida Howard: ^ Worthy Patron, W. I. Thompson: As- • soclate Matron, Leona Goodell: Associate Patron, Albert Stout; Secretary. Alma Goodell; Treasurer, Madge Garrison; Conductress, Ella Stout; Associate Conductress, Alma Brannlng: Ctu^>lain, Belle StilweU: Marshal, Margaret Barron; Organist, Merle Boone; Ada, Yvonne Boone; Ruth, Mary Smith; Esther, Dora Harris; Martha, Ruth Tbomp^- son; Electa, Ellen KnoSppel; Warder, Id Cox; Sentinel, Orrel Goodell. wmmmmm DOM'T TRV ROPlM' 'EM. WES-- J UST GIVE 'EM A PUSH WITH >ORE RDOTA.M' ROLL 'EM DOWM TOL' THEYRE FAT __^ EMOUGM TO r> ROLL.' y ^ » i T.M. HECU -SMTTofi- ^ttPR. 1945 BY NEJt SEBVICC WC. THE MOUMTAIM ROUMPUP WKN TO DECIDE >MlAO SVANLL. 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