The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 16, 1945 · Page 3
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lOLA, KANSAS TEE lOiai REGISTEH, YTESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16. 1945. PAGE THREE {Octavia Steioart) • Mrs. E. W. Thompson o£ Tallahassee. Fla., is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. W. Lcwman and her sister, Viola. Wallpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS PAINT STOKE MLss Harriet Living.ston a;idJMrs. Lutlc Livingston came from P*s»n.s Saturday to .spend the week-end at the home of Mrs.' W. L. Lewman and to visit William Livingston, grandfather of Harriet, who is very ill. Mrs. Ella Hack of Humboldt spent the week-end here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ballej and their daughter, Virginia. Mrs. Hack is. the mother of Mrs. Bailey. H You MISS Your Kegister 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. We I.'se Only ORADK "A" THICK RLBRI-U On Piissi-nser Tir<' Kcc^appint; (;rv oi.ivi-K Tiisi: SMtvici: Mrs. C. L. Washburn, Miss Inez McKibben and R. D. Rickard have returned home from Kansas City where they attended the Central .States Salesmen's association Jan- 1 ua:y M;i;kt.-t. which oijr-ned there ' yf.',tiTd:iy. Soldier Boy Mi^s Arlcnc /'ibic .Mjn .spent llic week-end in Manhattan as the Rui-:;t of Miss Jane Ri-ynuld.s at the K;ip- pa Delta sorority hnu.se. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. \i:W LOANS . . . toialiny nearly $70,000.00 were made by us during 194-i. ...We hclijpci h:> local families get .started on the road to home ownei - .sliip. ... If you arc a renter, let u., liflj) you 1 ,'ct the same .start. . . . Come in and well explain our i nl;.n. SICIKITV BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. Mr.s. Ruth Briiihani and Mrs. Iha Mae Hcigele will leave for t>Aattle, Wash., tomorrow mornm'„' ^ where they will join their hu.sband:-, AM 3-c B. P. Heigele Jr., and Ensign A. P. Brigham Jr. I M:-s. L. L. Melro.';e returned liome I from St. Louis yesterday morning where she had .'ijent the past /ew davs. Hot. Cold ,ind macliinele.ss perma- rienl;-, Thius., :uid Pri.. Wolf's Beauty .Sli(j|) Phi). 905. Mable Henson.--adv. PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room of llie home * y SLEEPER FURSrtTLRE -STORE ; •S,,:. WayiiC Jv Irwin, wlio has bi-i-ii .j'.iiiioned in th" southwest i P:i( i.'ii- till: iwsi IH niontlis. is visit- i.'j;; lii.i .'^^isti-;-. .Mi's. M;iy Gregory and he:- lamily in Colony, his brother, ,Ja :riis I:-win und liis family in LeRoy. und his aunts, Mrs. Helen Ma- lonev and Mrs..Eileen Cooper,' in lohi. Earl HiUen of Kansu< City, M.;., is here spending a few weeks with his sister. Ruth Hilleii,. whili' liav- ing dental work done. Penny Dinner at Trinity Fellow.-hip Hall Wed. Begin .•?i8tvlng at 5:1.-) p. m. Chicken and homemade ice cream.—adv. Mrs. Wendell Frazell is leaving thus evening for San Francisco, Calif., where she wiii join her hu'- band. Coxswain' Wendell Fra/.cll. who is stationed there. xMr.;. Fi-azall will al.so visit her brothtr, Si'.t. Donald R. Bluhni. w'no i:, st;ilio:ied ai Camp Cook, Calif. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The RegLiter is printhig fewer f extra" copies of eacii Issue. SuD- .scrlbers 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. 0( CASIONAL CHAIRS Of AH Types. Lari;e and Medium Kockera SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mrs. Harold Cooper and her son, Were dismi.s.sed from St. John's hospital today and laken to their home in Chanute. (Signal Corps photo from NEA) Chinese boys start their soldiering at an early age. This 10- year-old youngster, carrying a heavy pack and wearing regulation uniform, was photographed as he boarded a plane with a China-bound division at Airstrip in Mtitkyina, Burma. Mrs. Alice Bills has received word fi-om her son, Lt. Robert J. Bills, who is a chaplain in the armed forces in India, that he is now in a hospital suffering from malaria fever. Snow White Is the Tank Cpl. Theodore Herbert, Marquette, Mich., throiirs paint on bogie wheels of an M35 tank, camouflaged to blend with snow in Luxembourg with.United States Third Ar my.—(Signal Corps Photo from NEA.) Nedsho Falls News Items WAUGH FUNERAL HOME— 38. Mrs. R. H. Stewart will return home from Kansas City tonight after spending the past few days there on busine.ss. We Use Only GRADE "i" TRUCK RUBBER On Passenger Tire Recapping GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE Mrs. Merle Snavely and her daughter were dlsmi.s,sed from St. John's ho.'-.i)ital today and taken to theii home, route 1, lola. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. ' Mrs. Harold Gish and sou, Ronny, of Kan.sas City, Mo., came Saturday to spend this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert John.son, of La- Harpe, and her brotlier. Pfc. Uelbert Johnson, who is home on furlou.yh from Port Mammoth, N. J We Use Only GRADE "A" TRUCK RUBBER On Passenijer Tire Recapping GUV OLIVER TIRE SEKVU'E Word has bee'u received here that T Floyd Slaley Ls now at the .•\jmy Air F<):ce redistribution station at Santa Ana, Calif., after .serving 20 months in the India theater of operations. T 5 Staley v.-ears the Asiatic Pacific and American Defense ri'obon. He entered the army October, 1941, and went overseas March, 194'2. Mi.ss Ruth Hillen had as her guest over the week-end, George Labuck, Of Philadelphia. " . SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. Pvt. James R. Nance has received a certificate personally sit;ned by his commandmg general. Maj. Gen. Charles H. Gerhardt, honorhig him for fighting with the 29th. infantry division from D-Day to St. Lo. The honor is a per.sdhal .salute to the officers and men who battered their way through flooded areas and the Normandy hedgerows and stormed the key city of St. Lo in a campaign where the taking of every .500 yards was a major battle. Pvt. Nance'.s home address is 203S. Jefferson. MEN WANTED Work on MKT RAILROAD Apply VIRGIL HERSIIEY ():J4 Noilh Chestnut Particia Ann Brainard, a .senior at Kansas State college, has been elected to Phi Kappa Phi, a national honorary scholastic fraternity. To be eligible for this organization, a student must be in the upper ten per cent of his cla.ss scholasticaliy and is the highest honor which the college bestows on a student. Miss Brainard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brainard of Carlyle. Bomber Commander HORIZONTAL 59 C?.nr 1 Pictured head 60 Companion of U. S. 20ih Bomber Command. Brifi.- Gen. A. 11 Fowl 12 Incline 13Nnti\-e metal 15 Cut ofT short 17 Bamboolike eras.s 18 Periods of ecological time 19 Dibble 21 Diminutive of Edward 22 Skill 23 Parent 25 Ironers 28 V/hirlwind 30 Sprigs 32 Characteristics • .^4Pee^ Gynl's mother 35 Midday 3G Negative word 37 Envoy 40ynit of electricity 43 Manuscript (ab.) 44 Toward 45 Early English (ab.) 46 Senior (ab.) 47 Soak up 48 Novel 50 Plant part ' .52 Pause 55 Individual 58 Station (ab.) VERTICAL 1.Cognizance 2 V/ife of Gcraint in Arthiirian legend 3 North Carolina (ab.) 4 Auricle 16 Father IB Gaelic 20 Peer 22Anival (ab.) 5 Woody plants -•'5 Sacred son? 39 Apex 41 His - G Pays attention, lb 7 Married « Onward 3 Pedal extremity 10 Sea eagle llHish school •(i'b.) 24 Church parts 26 Slave 27 Sicilian volcano 28 Smells 29 Compound ether 31 Regular (ab.) bombed Japnr 42 Equal 47 Observes 49 Direction riO Therefore 51 Powerful cx-' plosive (ab .'i 53 F^ale sain: (ab.) 54 Symbol for tantahun 14 Electrical unit 38 Particle 33 Compass point '^6 Either 57 Part of "bfe" 1 L 4 5 6 7 8 1 10 11 m 13 15 17 16 zo 21 23 'M 27 26 21 io :\ 3Z. 33 3H HM 35 m 36 37 - 38 • MO HI 43 HH i Hb 50 51 «? 52: 53 55 Pi Sb 51 58 51 bo Three names were omitted from the list of guests at Trudy Weaver's party Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jessie Patrick and her daughters, Patricia Ann and Elaine, also helped Tiudy celebrate her third birthday. NEOSHO FALLS, Jan. 15—Born to Mr. and Mi-s. Joe Thayer, living northwest of town, a .son, January 12, 1945. Oliver Dfiw who has been having a siege-of the flu is still quite ill. , 1 Mrs. Jack Mathis was in Yates I Center Wednesday on biisiness. Abe Drislcill who has been quite ill with pntumonia, is now able to sit up. ^ The boys basketball team went to Elsmore Tuesday evening for a game, the;. score wa.s in favor of ELsmore. , Clifford iWeiland who has been quite ill for the past week is now able to be down town. Ml-, and Mrs. Clayton Watts went to LaCygne Wednesday to care for the children of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hays while Glen is ill in the hospital. Mrs. Watts is Glen?s mother. Mrs. Ella Parkerson left Thursday for her home in Pomona, after a visit wi^h her sister, Mrs. Etta Heslop. Mrs. Etta He.slop went to lola Thursday lor a visit wltli Mr. und j Mrs. Waftor Miller and family. She will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Myron Bougton. and daughter in Nevada, Mi)., before returning home, Corp. M;ldron Hays left • Sunday for Ft. Knox, Ky„ after a week's visit here" with his family Mrs. Hays and 'Children, and Other relatives and Jriends. Lee DriskiU, Barnsdall, OWa., came Tln&'sday for an over-night visit with'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Drislcill. He returned to Barnsdall Friday. Word was received Sunday morning of the Aepith. of Mr. Charlie Parker, having suffered a heart attack Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Parker lived Jiere for a few months, ih the southeast part of town, but movey to their farm east of town last fall. Fimeral arrangements have not. been learned at tjiis time. -• i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Driskill were, happily surprised .Tuesday night when their daughter, Mrs. Melvin Guatney of Vlrghiia, called them by telephone. . Mrs, Guatney had learned o"f her father's illness and was anxibus to know of his condition. • . Pvt. Mgryl Chambers, Clovis, N. M.. Is having a few days furlough and is vl^iiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chambers and family and friends. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Havs and children Of LaCygne, spent Sunday at the home of Mr.; and Mrs.- Herbert Tidd, Donald and Thelma. Mrs. Eitrl Diilinsky went to Halstead Tuesday -returning home Saturday. Her 4aueh ?er, Mrs. John Coleman of 'Wichita, accompanied her hom^ for a visi|. Mr. and Mrs. States Scott and family, Topeke. spent Sunday at the homfe of isr. and Mrs. S. R. Scott. COLDS; VMS FIGHT MIS£RY where yo^ feel It^nib throat, chest; and back with time-nested BEDROOM SUITES 4-Piece ModemlsUo $99.50 CUBTia n .i "RNITCKE Mrs.- Bun Perham Is spending the week in Eureka, Kas., visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Kile. Tire Recapping and Vnlcaidziiig : 24-Honr Service : On passenger and truck tires : —all work done In Tola. : GUY OLIVER : Vulcanizing and Tread Service : Lt. John Poast has returned to New York City, after spending a few days here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foast and his sister, Phyllis. bititarti Sherman Grant Rogers bom to James and Margaret Rogers, January 23. 1868, in Adams County. Inoiana. Died at St. John's hospital, lola, Kansas. January 12, 1945. Ago 76 years, 11 month.s, 12 days. Moved to Allen County March, 1379, and attended Montevale school. Was a student in Fort Scott Norman College 1886-1887. Taught 10 yeaj-s ih grade schools In Allen and Cowley counties. lola has been his home ."•ince 1901 and for the last 25 years his home, which he loved very much, has been at 210 East street. He w-as employed for ten years in the Pancoast jewelrj- store. Three brothers and an adopted sister preceded him in death. Surviving him are eight lUeces and nephews, nineteen grand nieces and nephews and twenty grand nieces and nephews. He was reared in a pious home. His greatest objective was to search for truth and the path of duty. He was a great Bible student and Interested in showing others the way of Truth and Life Caesar, Charlemagne and Napoleon all used the Saar valley as a highway to conquest. Piles! Ow!! —But He SMILES, Now Be wise u »e was. Use same formula used by ilnrtor* adjunctlvely at noted Thornton & Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relief ol pain. Itch, soreness. Helps soften and tends to shrink swelling. Get tube Thornton Sc. Minor's Rectal Ointment—or T'nornton tt Minor Rectal Suppositories. If not delighted -with this ^rxOK.S' V1V. low cost-is Tefunded. At all eood druc itorw eTeiywbar*—in lola, It Cooiksy't and Bajnolda'. LABORERS WANTED URGENTLY NEEDED NOW TOHELPBUUD NAVAL ORDNANCE PLANT AT CAMDEN, ARKANSAS BY * WINSTON, HAGLIN, MISSOUfll VALLEY ANDSOLLITT (Prime Coiitract«r») GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB .Time and half for overtime. fooA and lodging: available on the job for workers: at $l.dO per day. Excellent working conditions . A . Help build this plant so vitally needed by our fighting forces. CONTRACTOR'S BEPRfeSENTATIVE WILL HIRE ON THESFO'T AND FURNISH FREE TRANSPORTATION AT UNITED STATES ENPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE CHANUTE, KANSAS January 18 Thru Jdnua^ 20 If yon are now engaged in an essential activity at your highest skill, do <not apply. Men n^der 21" nin§t have minor's release; form gigneil by parents .which can be.obt||ined at Em- ploymefat 01B«e. OLD BELIEFS The disappearance of birds in winter was a great mystery not so many centuries ago. Some said they spent the winter in mud at the bottom of ponds, and other that they flew to the moon. LaHarpe Items ....LAHARPE, Jan. 16—Mrs. Delia Boeken, mother of Mrs. Geo. Rose, is reported seriously ill at the Geo. Rose home. Mr. Geo. W. Beeman left for Fort Worth, Tex., Sunday evenhig to visit his son Vern, \yho is in the hospital there. Vern has spent three years in the South Pacific wai- area. Harlan Turley of Moran, wa.s in LaHarpe Sunday evening. He reports his brother, Witzei. will be able to come home soon. Witzel is in the hospital recovering from wounds inflicted by a hand grenade on the island of Guam. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Heathman, former residents of LaHarpe, but who are living in Ottawa. Kas., were calling on LaHarpe friends Sunday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Eugene Heathman, who was returning to Ottawa with them. Their son Eugene, is overseas in the European area. The entire community wish for both a .safe return. The LaHarpe Panthers tangle with the Savonburg ba.sketball team tonight. Miss Betty Han-Lson of lola spent Sunday with Miss Betty Lou Zink, a.s.sistant telephone operator. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison and son Howard were Sunday dinner guests of their son Clarence Morrison and family. Miss Doris Clark of Kansas City, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her father. Mayor J. N. Clark. Mr. Clurk and Doris were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Manson of Humboldt. Doris returned to Kansas City Sunday evening. Miss Pearl Marie Bartlett spent Monday with her father, Mr. Ray Bartlett and her brother Elmer. Rev. and Mrs. Glass and baby daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gregory were Sunday dinner I guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke. Rev. and Mrs. Nicholson of lola, who preached at the evening services nt the Christian church commenced a series of evangelistic meetings Monday evening at the Christian church in Moran. UNCLE SAM TO HAND OUT 32,000,000 EXTRA RED POINTS The greatest windfall of extra red points ever is going this month, and each month following, to American housev/lvos throughout the country. 32 mUUon extra red pohits, approximately, will be handed out by meat dealers to customers who turn In used fats in a great Victory drive for this essentia! of medlctoes, gunpowder, synthetic rubber, soaps, paints -and a hundred other necessities on the battlefield and home front. For each pound of fats turned in. every housewife is erttitled to 2 red points. The need for used fats is still urgent. Women are urged to save every drop, every spoonful of grease possible and keep saving until final Victory over trath Germany and Japan. TRUCK TIRE SHORTAGE PREDiaED FOR 1945! Forget Optimism->-Look at the FACTS! Too many automobile owners have lived in the land of dreams as regards to new tires which may be available in 1915. Don't be deluded as to what you might expect. Be guided by the major thought that the tires you now have must last through 1945. They must be carefully nursed during the emergency—receive more careful attention than ever before—by tire exprets who will tell you the plain fact.s—and know how to make your tires last. Only Grade "A" Truck Rubber Used On Both Passenger And Truck Tires SMALL TRUCK TIRES- Will be the scarcest, especially size 7.50 and under. Take care of the ones you have, keep them repaired in our new adjustable molds that fit each tire. REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED— If any repair we make does not hold for the life of the tread wear left in the repaired tire, we will either repair the repaired tire free of charge or refund the difference in service not received. FARMERS, DON'T WAIT UNTIL SPRING— To have your tractor tires repaired and recapped. Stop those small cut-s now, they will become worse as time goes on. For recapping we have the latest equipment and molds of all sizes. Only Grade "A" rubber used. Repairing and Recapping According to United States GOVERNMENT STANDARDS ALL WORK DOME IN lOLA NEW PENNSTLVANIA TIRES ALL SIZES CARRIED IN STOCK OPA INSPECTOR AUTHORIZED HAWKINSON TREAD SERVICE GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE 1 Block East of Square on Madison Ave.—lola, Kansas

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