The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1945 · Page 3
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1945
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Mr. and Mrs! today for New ness trip, several weeks. THJ5 lOLA REtllSTER, THURSDAY; E\yJENING, JAKUARY 18,1945. PAGE TmW- {Octavia Stewart) Tliey . Logan Reynolds left Miss Evelyn Wayman Is here from York City on a busi- El Paso, Teic., visiting at the home plan to be gone of her molhe^-, Mrs. George Way• man, and also' friends. Carload of Henryetta Lump Coal, $8.75 per ton. delivered. lola MiUing Co. Coal Yards.—adv. \ SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mrs. Claude Underwood and her children, Peggy, Claude Jr., and Ed'cUc, were Here from Fort Scott yesterday visiting Miss Ruth Gilkeson. Miss Ellen Wing and Mrs. W. H. King. ! Mrs. A. R. Murphey has returned liom Kansas City where she has been buying merchandise for the , Aladdin Dress and Gift Shops. I NEW LOANS... totaling nearly $70,000.00 were m^de by us during 1944. . . . We helped 55 locdl families get started on the road to home ownership. . .,. If you arc a renter, let U5 help you get the same start. ... Come in dnd we'll explain our plan. SFCtmiTV BtUG. & LOAN ASSO. nt}6, Kas., his pamcts. Barber. ' Bensojn L. Barber of Win- speht the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS PAINT S^OBE MI.S.S Edith Conley. wiio has Ijcen JfcUklng her home hero In lola with •i-^r father. C. A. Conley foi' the past iiuinbcr of months. left Tuesday for MijhkoRcc, Okltt.. wticrc she plans to ms(fec her honie, ^ ^/f, We:i:sc Only GRADE "A"| TRUCK UUBBEK tOn Pasxeneier Tire Recapping CUV OLIVKR TIHE SERVICK Hear REV. ROBT. McCLAY Returned' Missionary From India Thursday Night, 7:45 Assembly of God Church Monrur and Colborn Seuman Charles A. Smith is home on leave from 16 months in the South Pacific, visiting his mother. Mrs. Cary Smith of Chanute, and his sister. Mrs. Walter Williams and friends in lola. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our teacher and schoolmates, also relatives and I friends who .sent, cards, letters, fruit i and ;;ifts during our recent illness.— j Viininla Lee and Willis Lnvci ni; I rcuit. Mrs. Harold were dismissed pullnskv and her son j Irom St. John's hos- pltfll yesterdajj and taken to their home In Neosho Falls. Donald KvUir was admitted lu .SI. John's hospital yesterday where lie underwent surgery today. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME -36. News of Mildred MILDRED. Jan. 18.—Mr. Henry Ensmiiiger has been very ill th- past f6w weeks. Mrs. Pauline Ens- mingcr and Mr. Walt Ensminser were Sunday evening visitors at his j home. ^ Mr. and Mr.s. Lewi.s Carncs have moved', to the ^Grandma Walker place recently with their family. | O. Van Meter tiireshcd kaffir forj Russeli l^wis last week. ' Several Mildred boy.-, are being rc- classifsed lor tlie ar-oiy. Mi-s; Lena Pvlcs and Lillian wtTC Saturdiiy visitors r.t Moran. Mrs; Judy. Schropdfr returned to Moran. after a short visit with hei pii!fnt.s. M;-. and Mr.";. Hnyse Hun- salver.* ' MisC'. Shirley Ray and Mrs. CliX- lord Colgin visited school in Moran Friday afternocn. R. M. Cunninshiini ol LaCrosso vi-;lted' his d;ni'jhter l;isl week and returri<'(i to K:ui.s:is City wifli Mr Ducile.V and Mr. Mulitoy. to service. Mr. Dudley owns and has operated two of the school buses which have transported children from this district and districts .south, east and west of Humboldt into the city schools of Humboldt. The can­ celling of this bus service will prove a hardship to many of the students. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Palmer attended a birthday party at the Ben Collison home Sunday evening. The party was given by the Lucky Circle club in honor of Mr. CoUison's birthday. Among the men called for pre- induction examinations today were two sons of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Karr of this community, Roy Clifford Karr and Roy Alfred Karr. Several from this community donated blood at the Red Cross Blood Bank in lola last week. Miss Norma Jo Wilkerson was a week-end guest at the E. J. Ronslck home. A Cattle Grub demonstration was held at the E. J. Ronslck farm on Thursday afternoon by Alan Goodbary, Allen County Farm Bureau Agent. The marriage rate in Germany during the war has been less than in any of the English-speaking allied countries. Capt. and Mrs, Hal La.s.sman and their son, Hal Jr., spent last night here visiting Capt. Las-sman's sister, Mrs. J. W. Reed and her children who are guests in the home of [ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-36. Mr.s. Carl Nelson, who has been a' patient at St.j .John's hospital the past several days, was dismissed today and taken! to her home in La- Harpe. ! Tire Recapping and Vntcanlzing 24-Honr Service ' On passenger and truck tires —all work donefai lola. GUY OXiVER Vulcanizing and Tread Service Since 1881 SEALY MATTRESSES Pre-War Quality and Price S39.50- While the Western Front drama snares the big headhncs, %he war still goes'on in 5 ;Urma. where Allied forces, including American-trained and led Chinese;troops, are gradually forcinj^ the Japs out of the country Photos above, taken near recently recaptured Bhamo, show, top a unique jeep tandem, serving as a "locomotive" to haul ireighi cars filled ^with supplies, left, below knowing that Japs often feign death only to heave a grenade when they gel the chance, a comba; cameraman rolls over the body ol a Nip killed on the-banks of the Irrawaddy River, below, right Fr,ank Cancellare, NEA-Acme New.spjctures' war corresponc ^ent. who took the photos, sits atop a tanlr manned by a Chinese and an American Cancellere's car --a has! covered the Chins-Burma« India Uieaier ;for 22 months. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Richardson ictiirned home last night frorn Kansas City where they have spent the past few days buying sprini^ merchandise for the Leader Mercantile store. Mercy for the Fallen Fc2 CRESCENT VALLEY Tiii.-; community was satidfucd to learn of the death of Mr. H. A. Harwood :Ut the University - uf Kansas hospital in Kai .sa.s City on Tuesday of last week. The H!irv,ood family had been residents ol thi;; community for many years and only recently .<;old their farm and moved into Humbiikit bccuasc of the serious ill- nr/.ss of .Mr. Hiirwood. He hud been il[ foi'iiK'iiy months .Sinf-crc -.yni- l ):ilh',- i., (.•:<ti 'rifl'''-l \n My.. Hiu -woofl, l'.lfiiii')r UIK ! Vivian. Mr;, Eloan()r Mcnotiiiki.-.i.ii li.ifl l -.i'fii ii! Hiiinbolcit for .M )jnr lime as -iiiin;; in the cave of licr/.f ,nlirp and Miv'. Vivian Hast- iiv-!.^ aiul hir l ;ii ,baiKl. M/l. Wm. HasliiH'.s canu' fioin 0:iklancl, California, for till .'••rvir'cs. Mr, iijKi .'.'in,. C 'a |J Lowry and Na- deaii i'l .silid at I he V. L. i'almt 'i' horn'.' .-Sunday aflcriiooii. • Mr. and Mr:;. iMillartl Cress and child;i.-ii attended a birthday jiarty at th'-'' Uo.s:; Cre:..i home Sunday f-'iven in honor of Lai'ry Wayne Ci-c"-'s. :In thf afternoon they helped another luphew. Gerald .Strack cck-braie his birthday. Mr,';,-Goldif Black will entertain ihc MB.S elub at her home in Cherry CiiCfve comnmnity on TRursday aftpinoon. January 18. Dale, Dudley, who resides on the Lee Miller farm, has been called in- CURTIS FURNITURE Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mabes of Toronto are the parents of a daughter bom this morning at St. John's hospital. The baby weighed six wi^ds and thirteen ounces. PLEK>ER MQRTUARY. PHO. 72. Word has been received here that Cpl. James H. Page Jr., recently completed an orientation course de­ signed'to bri(^ge the gap between training in the States and combat soldiering agalinst the enemy in Germany. He lis stationed in England and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Page. I PICTURES Reiigioufi, Fiorai for any room of ihe home SLCEPEIt FURNITURE STORE With tiic United States Army FU'CK; on New Caledonia, Pvt. Eugene E. Hobcrt. lii'..>:band of Mrs. Jape Marie Hobcrt, ol LaHarpe, has been promoted to the grade of pri­ vate.first Pfc. Hobert Is working In the UJility Department of the hosjjital .IS welder and plumber. Hq is commencing his second year of overseas '3er \'lce. Pfc. and Mrs. Charley Cleaver are here from Port Sumner, N. M., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cleaver and other relatives and friends. U Yon Miss Your Register Phone 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one delivery can be made and that is after 7 n. m. We Use Only GRADE "A" TRUCK RUBBER On Passenger Tire Recapping GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE Miss Edith Lanl?, has aceepicd a j position at the lola State Bank and smarted her work yesterday. She formerly worked at Scott's store. Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Eail Maudlin will leave today for Mlll- ington, Tenn., after spending a few days here visiting their children, George Earl Jr., and Beverly and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maudlin. George Earl Jr., will accompany nls parents to Mllllngton for an indefinite .stay Wc Only (>IIAI>E "A" TRUCK RUBBER On PuKMnscr Tire Recapping (;UY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ayling received a letter written January -i \ Iroin their .••on, Wm. M. Aylmg, ! S. 3-c, '..elllng of his arrival ".some I place in the Philippines" and of his first experience of war in the form of an aerial attack. He .says that he't harmed but that the ex • perience was a thrilling one. Sgt. William R. .Ayling, their grandson, has been .stationed In the Hawaiian ' Islands for the last 32 months. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of Ali Types. Large and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Word has been received he;e by Mr, and Mrs, Walter that Sgt. Tommy Jennlson has arrived overseas, and is In the Netherlands East Indies. Sgt. Jennlson worked at Ramsay's store before entering the army. His parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Jennlson live at Independence, NOTICE Due to the .ihortage of news print Tlie Register Is printing fewer •eA.«»'' copies of each i.ssue. Subscribers wishing to purchase several copies of any particular ls.sue arc asked to place their order in advance, if possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long a.s they last. Patent Leathers Smooth Leathers Carnival-time sandals, clicking a feminine staccato across the flooor, poised gracefully before attempting a flight of steps! (Black Patent Leather.) Streamlined aling-back step-in, wisely built on a. low heel for quick maneuvering. Properly appreciated by'slick chicks.' (Army Russet.) Staunch, supporter of busy feet,'this flexible shank oxford is comfort and joy! (Army^Russet and Black.) I U. S. Army Leader •HORIZONTAL 41 Moths 1 Pictured 42 Learn militarist. 43 Daybreak < Maj .-Gcn. (comb, form) George E. 45 Cases (ab.) 46 Paymasters on boats .\n ««<T m I'revlau* Puiric 10 He com, mander of the air forces;in China, India an^ Burma 12 Surgical saw 13 Number 14 Peer Gynt's tnother 15 Magic 16 God ,<»f love 1^ Scheme 3,9 Amount' (ab.) 2(0 Mythical . kin« of Britain 21 Coverlet 22 Parcel post . (ab.) 23 Clothes 24 Indian province 25 Depend ie Mine VERTICAL 14 Put into line 1 Leather thong 17 Short-napi>jd 2 Highest suit in cards 3 Lease 4 Mimic 5 Symbol for tantalum 6 Vigor 7 Short jacket 8 Affirmative 9 Half-em 10 Sequester 11 Colonize fabric 18 Nephrite 20 Daring 21 Quod est (r.b.) 23 Renters 24 Per 25 Tapes again 26 Mother 28 Altar screen 29 High school (ab.) 30 Painful 31 Containing soda 32 Symbol for tellurium 33 Lag 35 Grazing homestead (ab.) 36 Blood money 38 Divisions of geological time 40 Pinnacle 42 Cubic (ab.) 44 Bone American medics treat a nasty v.ound iir:thc arm'of a Gcrnian paratrooper, who was; wounded in the fighting at: Bastognc. Heavy smokers arc six times as i The North .'Mnoricnn P-bl Mu.s- likeiy to ^ave bronchial complica-; tang is the only sirKlc-scaier pho!.o ; fions following abdonlmal operations ' reconnaisiianee airuhuie that STORY Montgomery. Ala,. Jan. 18, lAPi A new ase for carrier pigeons is described by State Rep. G, C. Walker of Chilton county. Walker, addressing a legislative^ U..MU..,...„. .v. ........... committee, said a flying instructor ^V^'T ""STf'"."'^"''^ accordmg to ......rry a full complement of n,,.ch..u at the Clanton, Ala., airport fre-.^"t'sh medical report. Uuns and, ix.mb-. quently puts a pigeon in a trainer plane with a student. Then if the pilot can't find his way back to the airport, he re- I leases the pigeon and follows the bird in. That's what the legislator said. <{ 4JE Snug—artd Happy 28 Cleave 2jfcLaughter .sound ao Pochard tSCaterpiUar -tf^j-halr 32Taa(o !splo .i,<ab.) it Clamorous 34 t-ruit 36 Heart 3j| Abyss 31 Great Lake 3SI Soft drinks - 4fl Blow a horn 1 Z 3 H 5 7 6 «1 i 10 II 11 14 15 $> lb 17 \e> 11 |l 20 M • 23 24 \ 'a \ P 31 k |l JH 3i 37 36 31 40 4t >t3 45 , . A little top-Uaiavy in his grown- ' ups' dothes. this Bastogne. youngster is warm enough to <rin happily at the cameraman. Bastognese, recently relieved of Nazi siege by CJfai. Patten's men. are up against it for warm win- .... ter_clotb «BS.^ I.ADIES' Medium and Low Heels, Sizes 4 U 9 . ' CHILDREN'S Sizes 6U to 3; BOYS' 3-Buckle Overshoes, Sizes 12';^. to 6. MEN'S . Sizes 7 to 11.: Brady's Shoe Store AJIThe Time in 45 . . DEPEND ON PENNEY'S ! SfllHTS Full cut, neatly tailored shirts. Two button-through pockets. Pants cut over Penney Precision Patterns for satisfactory fit in all sizes. Sanfor- iied^ for continued good fit after ihany washings! Mercerized cotton Army Twill in Tan or Post Blue. Wear it for neatness on the jbb! t Fabric shrinluge will not exceed 17c.

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