The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1945 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1945
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PAGE TWO THE IQLA REGISTER^ THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY ll,1945. (Frances Halbe) IN:THESE DATS We have lost our way— For a little time. We shall find it again, no doubt. When the clouds are gone 'And we see the sun. And the stars and the moon come out. Oh, just f<#=a while we have lost our way Gn the road .that we used to know. The paths will gleam. And the hills of dream Will be ours like a flowery rhyme. Yet today, today We- have lost our way— " Oh, just for a little time. —Charles Hanson Towne. "The Apostle" Reviewed At B. P. W. Dinner . "The Apostle'" by Scholom Asch was reviewed by Mrs. Wallace Anderson before the members of the Business and Professional Women's club Tuesday evening when they inet at the KeUey hotel for their regular dinner meeting. The musical pait of the program was given by Miss Flossie Nester, who sang "Coming Home," with Miss Dorothy Carey playing .huap-; companiment. Miss Berve legislative chairman, was.'ii^.p^it^e of the program. ••. During the business sesstau Sllss Nellie Thompson was elected Vice president to fill the vacancy made cy tne resignation of Mrs. Pearl L.i-i,^u;i. iviii. iiucille BueUer was iiPPoij4i ,ea by the president, ?!tiss Hattiebelle Christy, health chairman to take the piace oi Miss Annabelle Dickinson, who leaves January 27 to accept a new position in Rush county. Sunflowers carried out the Kansas Day theme in the table decorations and a school house and prstrte schooner centered the speakers' ta-; ble. Thirty-flve members and the following guests were present: Mrs. : Wallace Anderson, Mrs. Ruth Shine, •*(uss Dorothy Carey, Miss Dorothy Pilkington, Dennis, Kas., and Mrs. Ernest Thompson. Tallahassee, Pla. , • • • virs. Card Enterudiis ffitiioiU tii-cle 'iuc iiiiiioid Circle of the United ijiethren church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Harlan Uilid. The devotionals were led by Miss Thelma Roberts. Mrs. Morris McKean presented the lesson from the new study book, "West of the Date Line." •The following members were present: Mesdames Russell McHenry, Charles Hatton, Morria McKean, Ellis Hinson, Harold Shaffer, Don Nichols, Harlan Gard; Misses Florence Hiser, Bonnie Jefferies, Thelma Roberts and Wanda Hodges. • •> • Candle Club Celebrates Birthday of IV [ember The Candle club met at the home of Mr. and Mlrs. H. O. Hubbard last night to celebrate Mrs. Hubbard's birthday with a covered dish supper. The table Was festive with a cen- terpie^ of yellow chrysanthemems and lighted by blue candies. A gift was presented to Mrs. Hubbard from the group. Present wei'e Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hubbard, Mr and Mrs. Joe Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. [Bud Shlpp, Fort Scott, Mrs. Grace Shaffer, Mrs. Frank Np- gie, Mrs. Edith Moses, Mrs. J. W. Gavin, Mrs. {tva Odor, Billy Odor and Terry Pa terson. • • • Covered Dish Lnncheon At Yocnm Home Twentieth Century club had a o'clock covered dish luncheon. yesterday at the home of Mrs. R. E. Yocum. Mrs, Charles Logan was the assisting hostess. Members present were: Mesdames C, E. Pennington, J. H. Burger, Ralph Barkerj and J. B. B:hepp, of lola, and Mesdames J. A. McDonald, AUen DaVis, Frank Yancey, and E. W. Dunkerton of LaHarpe. Mrs. R. D. Stephenson of lola wa^ a guest. CALENDAR FOB THE WEEK THURSDAY •: Social Order of the Bes^leeant meets at 7:30 p. m. S9cii(Ttl ;iquc and refreshinents. , Rebekah Lodge will meet at 7:30 p. m. for initiation and program. ! FRIDAY The War Mothers will meet at the G. A. R. haU at 2:?0 p.,m. Past Noble Grand wiU have an all day me^hiS at the home of Mrs. Clara/Hillbrant. 5«5 l»arH street. M|inbers are asked to bing their iwlmblea. The Gas :Cny Home Demonstra- tloB club m»ets with Mrs. Itank Kogle at m. Mrs. W.^. Jones and Mrs. Lloyd Car^ wlU be hostesses at the OoODtfi^ club luncheon at i p. m. ^MONDAY Unity cluKwiH observe its anniversary wlth% wjvered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. R. H. Carpenter, 422 East ^reet, at 1 p. m. Current Events club meets with Mrs. S. B. Flsk. 214, S. golbpn. at 2:30 p. m. iSorpsis club meets with Mlis. Alex Stroup, 814 East Street. Golden Link meets trt^ .Mrs. c. E. Williams, 323 S. Sycamore, at 2 :30 p. m. + + + The WAR TODAY + + + lOLA, KANSAS Ful^ Speed Ahead in Li^on Landing Don't Neglect ^pfring FALSE TEETH Do false te^ih dioii, slip or Nibble; when yoil tali^ eat, laij^ - or sneeze? Donlf be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicapR, PAS' TEfiTH, an | alkaline. .^RP' powiier lo sprinkle on your j . keeps false t^th more, ajpib .^sel. Glv^ confident feeling gl^^fwcvatty and: a4ded . obmJfbrt, ..Nq gW>MW> gooey, pasty tast§. or |iBeUp,.agt (By DEWITT MACKENZIE.) The capture of ^yarsaw is one of the most important victories of the entire World War. for this ancient cross roads of eastern Europe has been the anchor of Hitler's Vistula ; line—last powerful defensive position between the Russians and the Reich. Now the whole 2o0-mile Vistula front has collapsed and the Germans are reeling back. This means, barring miracles, that the Germans must run for their defenses on the Odor river inside their own frontier. Such a wholesale retreat is one of the most dangerous operations of war, and disaster hovers over it like ia vulture. That's the military aspect, but this triumph of Red armies also is momentous politically. It's as full . of high explosive a$ a block-buster, and as such will have to be handled by the big three—Messrs. Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill—at their forthcoming conference. Actually the eviction of the Hit- I lerites from. Warsaw may easily mean that the Polish boundary dis- to Adm. R. A. Spruance, he was I Pute, which long has had much of the world by the ears, has been settled automatically. It probably means that the exile Polish government in London has lost its fight, and that the Russian-sponsored Two Sentenced to Death provisional PoUsh govenmient of For Lord Moyne Slaying ; ^^^nm^t TJ'^^a "^S^l —TTZr. ~, , - . hi accordance with Moscow's wtsh- Cairo, Jan. 18. (AP)—EUahou Bet gg Souri and Ellahou Hakim were r^^j^. while America and Britain sentenced-to death today for the gtm recognize the Polish govern- assasshiatlon of Lord Moyne, Brit- jaeai in London they likely will be ^h resident mtalster in the Middle ^ presented with a fait accompli when ^ . , ^ . ^ I the big tliree meet. That will mean puring the trial here the defend-jt^at they adapt themselves to the ants., both young Jews from Pales-; situation gracefully, or raise one of i^"tJ ^,»*^^^,^'^..-^?^"^ithe most dangerous questions the planned the killing of the diplomat three allies have had to meet Dan- near his residence here last Novem-1 gerous questions are to be avoided ber. Lord Moyne's chauffeur also i if possible was killed. *^ ' _ .'^^I ^f^^""^!"^^ ^fi ^^'^ ^^^^ Vast reaches^! Poland are being killed Moyne for poUtical reasons freed rapidly by three Red armies because he symbolized the British comprising 2.000.000 men who. Mos- goyemment policy in Palatine, a eow announces, are bent on the ut- t»roudly vi^eanng his new Legion of Merit medal. Rear Admiral Arthur C, Davis. USN, is pictured at Pacific Fleet head-, quarters after receiving the| award from Fleet Admiral c' W Nimitz. Now chief of staff decorated for services as fleet avialibn officer from Dec. 7, W41. to June 1, 1942. " ' MORAN. Jan. 17—Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Finley left Sunday to spend a few days in Kansas City. The War Mothers club met yesterday with Mrs. Frank Harris. Fifteen members were present and the regular order-of business was transacted. Less than two hours after almost unopposed landli^ in Lingayen Gulf area, o fLuzon, a U. S. army amphibian speeds south over railway crossing. I^ilitary. policeman Martin C. Fu9ha. Danbury. Conn., directs traffic. This photo is a Signal Corps Radiotelephdto from New Guinea.-(Signal CJorps Radiotelephoto from NEA.) invaders, ?he country will have been thoroughly organized under the Lublin government, which is composed of leftists who have Moscow's blessings. , There will be no further grounds tor argument about boundaries or i^olitical complexion. Under these circumstances it will be strange ij^a plebiscite doesn't support the government in power. The Lublin government, seeking friendships ,is^xpected shortly to remove ohe of the sore spots of east- em Eurojpe by promising to return the rich £oal district of Teschen to Uttle Cze^ehoslovakia. Polish troops occupied Teschen just after Munich in • 18 (38, when Czechoslovakia was trembling under the brutality of Hitler, ."rhe Poles gave Praha a 24-hour - ultimatum to surrender Teschen, ;"and the Czechoslbv^ianS had no a:|ternatlve but to submit. policy which unjust. they beUeved to be ter destruction of the German forces. As this is written the on- rushhig Muscovites are close to the Silesian frontier of Germany. Fear reigns hi the Fatherland. I think we may assume that as NIW INDUSTRY The mountain village of Mars; Hill, N. C, has taken to the manu-! .._ ^ , „ facture of hand-made rugs and 100' fast as the invaders are pushed back, skilled mountaineer-weavers have-the Lublin provisional government r —J ' ' will take over the liberated territoi-y and make it part of the new Poland. The signs are that by the time the Russians have cleared Poland of the found permanent employment. Seventy per cent of the daylight hours in Los Angeles are sunny. You Can Usually Find It At sensational landscape design wardrobe $9.98 n 128 « 21 om «JI (GENEVA Mrs. L- D. Shockey of Chicago spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. t), Medcalf. Ens. (j'^^l^ Medcalf left last week for-^Green Cove Springs, Fla., after a i»onth's v'slt with his par- enU Mr.' and Mrs. J. D. Medcalf. Normaij Lee Leibold is visiting relatives tn Kansas City and Eudora this weel^. Howar<V Cloud went to Leavenworth Monday for his pre-lnduction into the ,irmy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Besco and David Smelser visited Mrs. Fred Dickersoifi and children in Tola Saturday affemoon. •Harve ^arman was a dinner guest at Leibold's Sunday. The G' G. club met with Mrs. Elva Spi?er in lola Thursday witii 18 members present. The Lstdies'. Aid met Friday with Mrs. Ani^ Dlckerson in lola. Charlie Parker of near Carlyle died suddenly of a heart attack Saturday evening at the Jack Medcalf bon^. W^v. Parker was driving to Neosho .%alls and when near the Medcalf home, he became very ill. \He stepped aptl Mr. Medcalf helped him Ihto the house and he died in just a-few riiinutes. Wayne Irwin-who has been in the South Pacific the past year or more is visiting his wlster Mrs. Joe Gregory near Coloiiy. EARLY REAPfiR Cyn6 McCt>rmick invented the moderh reapeii but, in the ancient province of G.aul, a reaper drawn by oeasts was used as early as 70 A. D. • " I REPLACEMENT ' ' pklahoma City, Jan. 18. (AP)— ' tVayland McCarty, blind justice of the peace, feared it would be a I loilg time before he could get another seeing-eye dog after his died, : but friends contributed $362.50 so i that Mccarty could get another dog. * McCarty has appointed his dog court bailiff. MINER THEATRE Moran, Kansas FrL, Sat. Janoary 19-20 Walt Disney's 'Suow White and the Seven Dwarfs' Shorts News Serial Shows at 7:30 and 9:30 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stitzel Sunday Were Mrs. J. M. Stltzel, Erie, Mrs. Evelyn Stitzel and Mr.s' Leota Cook, lola. Morion Chapter 167, O. E. S., met ' in stated • meettog Tuesday night. MLss Arolyn Bacon, worthy matron, presiding. After the regular order of business the march to be used for the ensuing year was practiced. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin, Par- .Toris, spent Simday- with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin. Mi-s. Bethel Miner and Mrs. Elizabeth Wood' were Ft. Scott business visitors Tuesday. Mr. Deines was in lola on busl- ne.'s Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fundls were ' in Ft. Scott Tuesday and while i there called at Burke Street hos­ pital to see Mrs. Lacey and found her doing nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trites andv'son from Erie, were here a short time Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Trites accompanied them home and visited till Tuesday dt their home! Mrs. Randall Day and son left Tuesday for San Diego, California, to visit Randall Day, who is now stationed there. ^ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Wat-son, Wichita, were in Moran Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Donoho have sold the Cherry Blossom Cafe to Mr. Sam Baylard. Mrs. Keith called on Mrs. Laura Knapp and Mrs. Lizzie Larson Monday afternoon. Mrs. Larson has been quite sick for a week, but was a little improved that day. Mrs. Laura Knapp is at the home of her son. Mr. Scott Knapp and wife. The American public paid Uncle Sam $4,212,000,000 in sales tax last yejar. Don't Let "Gums?^ Become "Repulsive" Are your "GUMS" uns^tly? Do they itch? Do they burn?—Drtig- gists return money if first, bottle of "LETO'S" fails to satisfy.—Reynolds Drug Store. PREPAREDNESS Oklahoma City. Jan. 18. (AP>— State Safety Commissioner J. M. Gentry was scratching his head over this unusual request: A letter bearing 50 cents from Lt. Col. Ross H. Routh. fighting with the infantry in Italy, asking that his Oklahoma drivers license be renewed and sent to him as soon as possible. QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoim oi Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DucTo €XCESS ACID FreafiMklSellulHeineTrastaeiittliat Must or it WIU Cost You Notliing Over trvrn million bottles of the WI LI. A R D rREATMEMThavchcen solil forrxliefor lynipwms ordLstress arislnK from Stomach uid OuodMul Ulctn due to E>c«m Add— PMfT OicKtlan. Sour or Uptat Stomach. GasthiMt, Haartburn, Slaopleuness. etc.. iuo to^woM Acid. Sold on 15 days' trial I ^Ic for'••Wmiacd'k Mesiag*" nbich rally exi)UUu4 ((lis (reatlnont—free—at Cobksey's Drug Store Cook's Rexall Drug Store THE COMPLETE WARDROBE FOR DISCRIMINATING BUYEftS This new creation is the last word in fibre- board closets. It has everything, BEAUTY, STRENGTH. UTILITY! The charming colorful landscape design will harmonize with any interior. It's washable- can be kept permanently clean. It's sunfast —won't fade. Big and roomy—holds 10 to 20 garmehfjs. It has 2 mirrors— 2 tie-racb, a shelf at iop for hats and two shelves at bovtom for shirts, shoes, etc. ^ EtPMISTON \WW JO TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY Lad|es' Well Made Kiiitted Gauge Vests, All Si^es Special Each S QUALITY YOU CAN COUNT ON... T*» HAND SriTCHIO THIS IS THE SAME FINE FOOTWEAR The PRAOO- KNOWN AS RED CROSS SHOES FOR OVER 50 YEARS OUT Om WAY WHOOM." DID VOU SEE HOW OUICJc: 1HAT V./->\ rlTURWED:? • , • ByLILWlLUAMS I'M AFRAID "TH/CT'S \ TH' WORM "fupNlS \ Vy/HUT MAY HAPPEM ) AM' SUCCESS.lOf^S, \ "TD VOU —-iOUtZ • , \ BUT >OU CAN.'T -TAKE PURSUIT OF. SUCCESS ) A LESSON) FROK OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . .MAJOR HOOPLE IM SUCH A HUftBV MIGHT EMP UP" IN 'ABOlir LVKE' ' THESE- FER OFTEN TH' MOUSE THAT'S JUST LOAFlN'>BU)MP.5 ItOTO A CARTQM OF CHEESE.' . i E6A0.3^KE \ VO'J VJoqtDN^T BOlWSUARD MUST £MPM?VMQfi;& PAUy BUNiV/VW COSTUN\E IS PL5RELN PSVCtA0LOGICy\L-**~- usi. PI i-^e vJiLL IVJICS 6EF0Re TSVtbi^ TP HARM HIM.? SErt. ME'LL LOOKTvOlCET AO" PtK& AbSf.HiS 0AvG >&V 30kES ,^ (SOTT/^ 66 SCRACrCHEO OUT t ^TMi* RftCE IS PLEI^TV IT ;. :y:i

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