The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 9, 1945 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 9, 1945
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PAGE TWO THg lOUi REGJSTERrTUESBAYtEVENING/JANUARY 9, 1945. lOLA, KANSAS {Frances Halhe) CLOTHESLINE SAGA ' A tale of ships upon an airy ocean— Her Monday saga this, and in this fleet That puts nowhere with colorful commotion : Her pride and love and expectations meet. As romoers. anrons, towels, and sheets go sailing Out 1" the blue sky, sped by gold • • sunfire, Although their ambit Is a back- fpiire railing. She sails with them to harbors of desire.- So vovanlng, she nets the windy beauty Of Nim and space, proffers the sMnlnif gift Of pp.lf, defaced by no dull mark I of duty, Avi In the net her Jaded senses lift New ovps to mprnlng, call for book and pen, And wTite the saga of the home again. —Myrtle Adams. iirs. p>.rh!>m Gives Review Before Unity CJub Unity club met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Carpenter yesterday aft- erronn. "The Rest of My Life" by T f o ChPTie was reviewed by Mrs. Woody Perham. Pre.sent were Mrs. E. A. Rosebush, Mrs. A. H. Bushey, Mrs. T. P. Lim- hn-vor. Mrs. George Talbert, Mrs. prpfi RoDPr. Mrs. Woody Perham, n H. Carnenter, Miss Alice Hendricks and Miss Luella Vamer. <b i^ A TT,-:,„„,;" Theme <3 -pqv entertained -—'-- ^V'b pt Vior hoTie -n, wif^ Mr?. • •Ko<i<i(^v^. prPFid- - thenje of -^-1 •»'!>:<; Arnv .ToT >p<;. • " ^"I 'p B pqnpr on • n ••.r-^\'^•n, TVfqrk Of ARIB," • _ -CTT, -poct, Allv." The ,. — <.„,i^^„f) y,^ p general . „ „f f.„^p„f^ events, •"nm^o-.; nre <:ent were: Mes- j-.„^r. Two "MTnrtyp CJhoy^Pfi JPWPtt. J xj -p-oi -pr K w TVTvler. W. J Opinhman, Walter TV/To..-"!!^ T5 »-nilr, TJqy, S. B. PlSk A .^ ^ 17,. Schmidt As a courtesy to Mrs. Philip Schmidt. Mrs. Rowland D. Kllnk entertained last evening with a .hT '-er in her honor. The held at the home of Mrs. , r '-e-^er. 702 East Madison, •^m of love songs played b" ATl^s Mar.1orle VP n fitting background - ^"tntlon of the gifts. • •'•'•'1 "iiosts were: Mrs. O. O. F 'llkpv .-on, Mrs. J. E. Hoke, Mrs. B. W, Zlnk. Mrs. Robert Stewart, Mrs. r nir TTnimcq of LaHarpe, Mrs. Ray FOi/^-nn nf Chnnute, Mrs, James Van Dnm of Baldwin, Mrs. Ida Mae u-il-k "Tv?. Myrtle Pone. Mrs. Mau- rlnp Hn^on. Mrs. Tom Johnson, i^^-"!. B!irbnra Nance, Mrs. Estella r "-r AiTr^. Maude Yo''um. Mrs. Richard Mankle, Mrs. Bill Kester, Mns. Louis Schmidt, Mrs. Evelyn Stitzel, Mrs. Octavia Stewart, Mrs. <, 1- I CALENDAB FOB THE WEEK I ,y . '—^ TUESDAY Country club bridge players will meet at 7 p. m. at the club house with Mrs. John McNaUy and Mrs. John Herter, hostesses. Junior high P. T. A. meets at 7:46 p. m. in the school auditorium. There wUl 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 Ulrich at the Wtood-Ulrlch apartments. WEDNESDAY The Missionary Society of the rhristl«n church meets with Mrs. M. E. Cbryst, 323 E. Chestnut, at 2:30 p, m. THURSDAY Division one of the First Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. Ivan N. Lewis, 412 N. First street, at 2:30 p. m. The Criterion. club, of the First Methodist church meets with Mrs. Jake Elliott, 806 N. Jefferson, at 2:30 p. m. Division two of the First Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. T. A. McClelland at 2:30 p. m. Division three of the First Presbyterian chin-ofi meets with Mrs. W. M. Veils, 622 S. Cottonwood at 2:30 p. m. Pidelis class of the Baptist chiu-ch will meet with Mrs. h. A. Gunther, 218 N. Sycamore at 2:30 p. m. South Division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. Phil Ray, 215 South Oak, at 1:30 p. m. North Division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. J. I.. Maffitt, 708 North street at 1:30 p. m. Fourth Divl.sion of the First Presbyterian church meets with tonwood, with Mrs. Fred Soper and Mrs. U. Snyder assisting hostesses. FRIDAY U. B. Special class will have a covered dish dinner at 6:30 o m. at the home of Mrs. Harley Warren, Wheeler Heights. The American Legion Auxiliary meets at 2:30 p. m. In the Le- eion rooms to sew for the- Veterans' hospital. R. P. Artzberger, Miss Jessie M. Pry, Miss Nadine Johnson, Miss Jane Breiner, Miss Louellen Schmidt, Miss Eleanor Stewart, Miss Norma Lee Meredith, Miss Elaine Kerr, Miss Marjorie Crevls- ton and the guest of honor, Mrs. Philip Schmidt. •> • * Mrs. Lusk WH1 Lead Golden Link Club The Golden Link club met Monday afternoon in the home of MTs. A. C. Hillbrant with Mrs. Gene Smith hostess. Mrs. M. E. Chryst presided at the business session for the election of the following ofBcers: President, I Mrs. Myrtle Lusk; vice president, Mrs. Fred Menzle; secretary, Mrs. Viola Montgomery; treasurer, Mrs. Joe Wolf. "The Biography of Helen Keller," was reviewed by Mrs. Myrtle Lusk. The topic for round table discussion was "Noted Women." Mrs. A. O. Hillbrant gave a short musical program during the social hour. The hostess served refresh- Moran Happenings MORAN, Jan. 8—Mrs. DoUle Reynolds spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Myrtle Mattocks Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lizzie Ford called on Mrs. Frank Rees Friday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Agner .spent Sunday afternoon at the Rees home.. - (Navy photo pom NEA) Loaded tightlywith men and materials teamed for death, LST No.'1025 pounded through the surf toward Jap-held Mindoro Island.; Overhead, too. Death was hekrd, in tbe scream of spiralling bombs, la the rumble ot sbells, the whoosh of cocketa. But deep to LST No. 1025, a new life sparked, and as the ship fulfilled its mission and Withdrew from Mindora's beach, It had a new passenger—tiny, squawling Juanita, just-bom daughter ot Maria Demilin, a Mindoran Filipino woman. Above, in the siiip 's sick;bay, the mother looks on as Navy medical men chaperone Jua- i nita's first few minutes of life. MINER THEATRE . .Mor^n. Kansas FrL, Sat., Jan. 12-13 Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Bonlta Granville, W. C. Fields, In "SONG OP THE OPEN ROAD" Short Serial News Shows at 7:30-9:30 Mrs. Slaughter returned home last night from Edna where she had been caring- for Mr. Slaughter's sister, for the last ten du.vs. Mrs. .Octavia Stewart. lola, spent the week-end with her mother. Mis. Ada Weast. Mrs. Lloyd Clary wa.s also a dltmer guest Sunday of Mr .^i. Weast. Mrs. Mont Miller of near Mildred, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. A. C. Best. Word from the Burke Street hos­ pital. Ft. Scott, is that Mrs. Lacey is quite sick, following a very serious operation Satiu-day. Her son Delbert Lacey, Topeka, stayed with her last night. Mr. Lacey and Mrs. Dwlght Barnes of Topeka, are with her today. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Ketchum, Chanute, spent Sunday with Mr. Ketchum's sister, Mrs. Clark Perkins and Mr. Perkins. Friends of Mrs. Blanche Cory are so glad to hear that she is improving. Mrs. Cory was employed In a drug store here for some time and has many friends here that are always interested to know how she Is. Friends are congratulating Francis Fowler and Delores Ennis who were recently married and wishing for them a long and happy life. Francis is employed at Durant, Oklahoma. Mrs. Evelyn Stltzel, lola, spent the week-end at the W. J. Stltzel liome. Mr. P. E. Knapp has sold his farm south of town to Mr. Paul >Taylor. Kansas City. The Welcome class of the Methodist Sunday school was very glad to have Floyd M. Bleler from the Topeka Army Air Field. Topeka, Kans., ns of the class Sunday. After 0 visit here with friends he returned to his station Saturday night. Richard Garrison, Sergeant 3-c, of the 13th naval district, came Sunday to spend a short leave with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Garrison and other relatives. "How many times must 1 loll you not to camouflage the well!" At one time bacliplor was ascd mean a novice or u pi 'rsou of iii!< r lor degree. V.666 Cold Preparations as directed Biuiic aiiua- aiiuiivxis. aiiu-uuiuicii were vu) meu uiui/iici miu Bituiu- .1 M. E. Chr>.-:r Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and mothers Mrs. O. A. Walker, Sunday.f imore, Wiiiiam hiis'. Roy Stevenson. Mrs. Bamett Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beard recelved| and Miss Roberts left for their word their son Gene was missing; home in Capron Monday momin^-i-sbmewhere in Germany on Decern-f John Carter, a former student ot be' 17- LaHkrpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Car-i Earl Roush 4nd family and Jun- ter iiorth of Gas City, is in boot ior Wade and ffamily were visitors traiaing at the naval air station, at the' John 'Ekstrom home last Great Lakes. - , Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beard and The paHarpe Panthers and the daughter Willa, Erie, Kas., and second team play basketball with Mr.and Mrs. Walker Beard and! the Kincaid teams tonight. "' "'y 'iff /S! Army Needs More Nurses LaHarpe Items LAHARPE. Jan. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rogers, south of LaHarpe, have received word, through the Bed Cross that their son Chester who was reported missing about two months ago in the European theatre of war, is a prisoner In a German prison camp. H. B. Fisher of Wichita came Friday night to visit at the Elmer Glover home. Miss Grace Ryan spent the weekend at her home In Fort Scott, returning to LaHarpe Sunday evening. Mrs. Bob Bamett and sister Miss Peggy Ann Roberts oif Capron, Okla., spent a few days last week with their cousin. Mrs. Cwence Morrison and family. Tliey and Mr. and A HEARING AID Uncle Sam has issued an urgent SOS to American women to r rd .to the Army's critical need of lO.WM more nurses. Com- v . ;tics are mounting at an unprecedented rate on battle . u (is.i toe ratio of nurses needed lags far behind. In 1941, . ! d 120 nui-ses to each 500 men in 1000-bed military !..I'ny the ratio averages 83 nurses and their assistants :,. ; I- ,-:.;!; ttd ir.on. Eleven Army hospital units had to be sent '..i '.iiout nurses, an unprecedented Condition in this war. io answer Uncle Sam's SOS, see yout Red Cross chapter chairman. NOT Efl mi You Can Usually Find It At LADIES! ' TRY EDMISTON'S flBBH ' BEST-FORM FOUNDAl'ION GARMESNTS $^.98 to $6.98 —SATIN . —LACE TO^S —ZIPPER CLOSINGS —PERFECT FITTING Sizes 34 to 44 PANTIE GIRDLES $2.98 IO TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY ments to the following members Mrs. Morrison and children and Mr. • daughter Patty of Parsons, Kas., J] present: Mesdames Bruce Anna- and .Mrs. Ed Cox and-children were visited their mother and granu-i ros;. p. H. Coblantz, J. W. File, G. W. Peiiimor Gillow, J. A. Grifnth, Myrtle Lusk, Fred Menzie, Viola Montgomery, Mark Runer. C. E. Williams, and W. A. Woodruff. • * • • Mrs. I J . R . Thompson to Be President of Beaearch Mrs. T. M. Shellenberger was hostess to the members of the Research club Monday afternoon. Mrs. L. R. Thompson was elected president for tb6 new year, with Mi -s. jjavia Shannon, vice president, Mrs. John Brazee, secretary, and Mrs. G. W. Gates, treasurer. "Young "Un" by Herbert Best was reviewed by Mrs. David Shannon during the program. «» • • New Officers Elected For So roils dab Members of Sorosls met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. dwlggett with Dr. Lucy Hull, as- sistmg hostess. Inuring the business session the following officers for the new year were elected: president, Mrs. A. R. ijooker; vice president. Mrs. J. O. Alien; secretary, Mrs. J. A. Watson; treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Bwlggett. "Am I My Brother 's Keeper?" was the theme for the program. Mrs. B. E. Thompson gave "News From the Medical Front." "Racial Problems In the U. S.—Political and Social" was discussed by Mrs. Roy Sanden. Present were Mesdames J. O. Allen, Wallace Anderson, B. M. Coutant, Lucy Hull, N. C. Kerr, Guy Lamer, D. B. McCarty, O. E. Mahoney, D. P. Northrup, Guy Pees, Roy Sanden, C. A. Swiggett, A. R. Stroup, B. E. Thompson, Clyde Thompson, J. A. Watson and O. L. Garllnghouse. RICHARDSON CLEARANCE SAL AFTER INVENTORY SCARCE ITEMS Red and White RICK RACK Limit 6 yards ELASTIC Limit 3 yards CURTAIN MATERIAL BROWN MUSLIN Limit 5 yards TURKISH TOWELS Limit 1 PERCALE SHEETS Umit 2 PILLOW CASES Limit 1 Pair LIGHT OUTING Limit 3</2 yards WHITE DIMITY Limit 2 yards OIL CLOTH" Limit 11/2 yards SILK AND COTTON Dresses 3 BIG RACKS FOR CLEARANCE No. 1—Silk Dresses, valiie.s up to S10.75. Choice No. 2—Silk Dresses,.values up to $16.7.5. Choice _ No. S —Cotton up 5l« to $2.39. Choice 9*0/ These "are real values at unhelicvabii- prices. Come early. Not all .sizes. COATS ONLY 22 LEFT—NOT EVERY SIZI' Choice SSVs of] GALOSHES Slaes Up To 6 H Choice 98c Pair Reg. Price $1.95 10% OFF ON ALL LADIES' PURSES NEW Spring Blouses $2.98 $3.98 $4.98 CHOICE OF ANY WINTER HAT 49c $4.98 Bed Spreads, Special $4.59 Silk and Wool Fascinators $1.49 lOfc Off on All Raincoats and Umbrellas Heavy Flour Sacks, Special each ___13c Clearance On All CHILDREN'S COATS & SNOW SUITS $10.75 Snow Suits, Choice S8.S8 $6.75 Snow Suits, Choice S4.88 Coats up to $10.75, Choice $6.75 Coat Special $4.9S 1-Piece Fleece Suits, Special $4.95 120 PAIR BENMONT DRAPES 4 Colors, Special Pair 89c 50 PAIR DOTTED SWISS TIE HACK CURTAINS—Special Pair $3.98 One Lot AH Wool Button SWEATERS Special $2.98 BLUE DENIM FEATHER TICKING ALL SKIRTS ONE-HALF PRICE OUT OUB WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE A hearing aid.alone wilJ not correct impaired hearing. It U important . . but of little value witbput the knowl edge, (kill, periodic audiumetnc mts, and tervice of a qualified Consultant. Also, Sonotooe intiau that icientilic, peraonalixed fittins i* juit aa important oi the bearinc aid iti^. Let u< make jnoor Audiogram (wittiout charge) and ibom you why individualized fitting it vital to better hearing. SONOTONE lOLA, KANSAS Thurs., Jan. 11th KELLEY HOTEL BERT R. MILLER Certified Consultant Sonotone-of-JopUn, Mo. /OH.VOUWAMT TDSPEAJC10TH' . BULL OF THE V WOOPS.' WELL, ^ SOU'LL HAVE TO ASK. MISTER. . V DUALWRIWKLE'SA •• PERMlSSOha- HE'S AVERV Busy MAW.' LISTEN-IF! HAFTA<51Tf>ER- MISSlOM OFF HALF A D02EM S IMPLE SIMOJS TO SEE A MAM I'VE WORKED WITH AN-^^Uiy- DER FER THyTTY VEARS, 1 DOWT CARE TO SEE HIM.' IT'S ^ST LIKE A JUDGE- \ IF HE JUST A EXDES WHUT IT SAYS IW TH' BOOI.CS HE AlW'T MO JUDGE.' VEH, BUT VOU GOTTA FI6GER THAT COM- DiTiowe PUSH A MAW PAST HIS FEEL- IW'S-THIS ISTH'' AGE OF PUSH.' OLD PALS --^^s^r^4r?g»ri.' TUlSLE.TTeR.SA>WS, "TrtW 6^& ABOUT UNJCLfcEV\lL6EIKiG.A DUOBTlLLHE^SOT MARRieO.TMENi VS/ASSLiB-OUOE, MAKBS ME /\ . LlPMOUR\0iLL,VOU DiKW OOG.VOU

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