lOLA, KANSAS (Octavia Stewart) Mrs, Maggie Porter has returned from Yates Center, where she spent the past week visiting friends. Mrs. Russell Boyd of Bush City, under went surgery at St. John's hospital yesterday. SLBBPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Strack, parents of Orval E. Strack, C' M. 3-c, came from Yates Center yesterday to visit their son and his family. Treatment for Keeping Rugs and Carpets Clean POWDER-ENE Ls an ideal cleaner for your rugs and carpets, is recommended by the Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc. Sleeper Furniture Store Mrs. Bertha Walker returned Sunday from Springfield, Mo., where she was called by the serious illness of her mother-in-law, Mrs. D. E. Clark. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. Miss Jean Moore of Parsons, was a guest Sunday In the home of Mr; and Mrs. L. L. Melrose and their son, Dick. Wallpaper and Sewall Palntc LEWIS PAINT STORE Paul Moyer, who underwent an appendectomy at St. John's hospital about two weeks ago, was dismissed today and taken to his home in Yates Center. Walter Walton, who was with the infantry and wounded in France September 13, arrived home Sunday with a medical discharge. He has been in McCloskey General hospital. Temple, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Walton have a 3-year-old daughter, Myra Annette. : Tire Recapping and 'V^nlcanlzlng : 24-Honr Service On passenger and truck tlrea : —all work done In lola. : GUY OLIVER : Vulcanizing and Tread Service y Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conover and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherrill spent the day yesterday in Ottawa on business. Mrs. Whitney Smith, who has been a surgical patient at St. John's hospital, was dismissed today and taken to her home in Westphalia. NEW LO.\NS . . . totaling nearly $70,000.00 were made by us during 1944. . . . We helped 55 local families get started on the road to home ownership. ... If you are a renter, let us help you get the same start. . . . Come in and we'll explain our plan. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. Dr. and Mi-s. Herbert Randies, Mrs. Lee Randies and children. Beth and Timothy, were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Milton Wor- thlngton and family. Charles Regmon of Humboldt was admitted to St. John's hospital last night whexe he will undergo surgery. Dressmaking; ladles' tailored suits made from men's suits. Fur coats remodeled and repaired. Mrs. Pearson, 219 North Thii-d. Phone 781.— adv. Sgt. Lucky McKean arrived home Sunday on a 21-day delay enroute from Tampa, Fla., to Fi-esno, Calif. He is visiting his mother, Mrs. C. F. McKean and other relatives and friends. Bob Ketter, who underwent surgery at St. John's hospital about a week ago. was dismissed today and taken to his home here.' Mrs. A. M. Jackson of Long Beach, Calif., and Miss Myrtle Dennis of Bronson, Kas., arrived today to be house guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Grimm. Both Mrs. Jackson and Miss Dennis are sisters of Mrs. Grimm. THB lOLA BEGBTEE, TUESDA"^ EVynNG, JANUARY ^3,1945. It's a Snap WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-38. Word has been received here that Pfc. Vernon E. Barnes, son of Mrs. Nnndle Barnes, 20 Scntt street, has been awarded the Con)bat Infantryman Badge for exemplary conduct in action against the enemy In France. He is with the 319th Infantry division. Dick Melrose, who enlisted with the aviation csulet.';, November 2, 1943. received his call January 18, and will report to Port Leavenworth January 27. From there he will be sent to Bilojti, MLs.',. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melrose. Appropriately garlanded vvith photo flashlight bulbs, Rita ' Daigle, 18-year-old Gotham glamor gal, poses for her picture after winning, over 680 rivals, the title of Queen of the New York Press Photographers' BalL Mr. and Mrs. James Alumbaugh have returned 'to their home in Galena, Kas.. after visiting relatives in and near lola. Mr. Alumbaugh will leave January 24.for Induction Into the army. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-S6. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Moore of Walnut, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wilson of Gas City were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinman. Berlou Guaranteed Moth Spray Stops moth damage for five years. Protect your rugs and carpets against moth damage. Sleeper Furniture Store M. iSgt. and Mrs. Ernest Donovan announce the birth of a daughter January 17, at Temple, Tex. They have named the baby Shirley Ann. Sgt. Donovan is at the McCloskey General hospital at Temple, Tex., where he is in charge of the X-ray department. Since 1881 SEALY TUFTLESS MATTRESSES Pre-War Quality and Price $39.50 CURTIS FURNITURE Pfc. Leo W. Hicks, brother of Miss Ruby Hicks, assistant In Dr. Simmons' office, has completely recovered from his wounds he received July, 1944, while with the armored division near St. Lo, Prance. Pfc. Hicks was advancing on a hill to capture a German tank when a shell landed In frorit of him. First aid men took him to a clearing ho.'spital from which he was evacuated to England by plane. Hc\ls now assigned to headquarters of this organization In England, supplying troojjs ; preparing for combat duty with vital supplies. Orval E. Strack, C. M. 3-c of Boston. Mass.. is spending an 11-day leave with hLs wife and children, Robert, Gary, Mickey and Janice. If Yon Miss Your Register Phone 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one deUvery can be made and that is after 7 p. m. Seaman First Class Harlan R. Boycr, who has l)een here visiting his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Boyer, and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boyer in Kansas City, returned Monday to the coast. Seaman Boyer has been stationed on an island in the South Pacific and will return there following his leave. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer '•exifii'' copies of each issue. Subscribers 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. Mrs. Bertha Geery has returned home from a two-week vacation from her work at Ramsay's. She visited her daughter, Mrs. Casey Barkley and Mr. Barkley, her son, Paul Geery and Mrs. Geery, at Houston. Tex., her grandson, Eugene Geery at the hospital at Galveston, her cousin. Dr. W. E. Correll of Corpus Chrlstl, Tex., and her two other .sons, Roy and his family at Alamo, Tex., aiul Gilbert at Salina, Kas. Ananer io Prevlons Piuile'l U. S. Naval Leader 12 Merge 13 Give 14 His —- HORIZONTAL 52 Italian city 1,6 Pictured 53 Wintry U. 5. naval blanket' commander, • 54 Containing . Vice Adml. nitrogen. ^ Howard 56 Stage performer) ff• / 58 Rogues 59 Erects is VERTICAL 1 Younger 2 Vegetable, 3 Louse egg i 4 Near 5 SoothEay«;r \ 6 Roman date 7 Not any 8 Guinea (ab.) 9 Girl's name 10 Garj-ett 11 Repaired active in the Pacific 15 English statesman .17 SiciUan /; volcano 19 River (SpS 20 Ascends 22 Fish 23 Melodies 25 One who paces 27 Area measure 28 Upward 29 Paid notice 30 Accomplish 31 Yes (Sp.) .32 Universal language 33 Symbol for actinium 35 Transpose (ab.) 36 Krone (ab.) 37 Mother t9 His ships ' the Japs 41 Acid fruit 43 Li-iht brown 44 Bombard ; fiercely j 49 Goddess of I infatuation . iSOPoiitlon ;14B6ar 16 The gods , 18 Aircraft. 20 Seeks (o attain ^, 21 Glitter' 24 Blasts 26 Idolize' . 33 Performs\3 -.42 DemeSDe'l estate j 45 Joumeyl' . 46 Fabulous v - birds _^ f 4rPartof"be''' 48 Dread. 51 Greek letter, 34 Series of links 53 Station (ab.) (pi.) . 55 Ream (ab) 57 Engines' '' .57 Symbol for' 38 Afresh ' cerium Sgt. Ace Dalley has been missing in action in Luxembourg since December 25, iiccording to a wire received by his sister, Mrs, Clarence Jones, yesterday. Although he has been living in Salem, Ore., for many years. Sgt. Dalley was born in lola, attended school here and will be remembered by many friends. He was hauling ammunition to the front Imes when he was reported missing. Gas City Events GAS CITY, Jan. 22.—Evangelist Aichie Woodward of lola who is known to many in this community, will broadcast Monday, Wednesday and Friday of this week over Station KGGF. Coffeyville. at 1:15 to 1:30 p. m. Rev. Woodward is conducting a revival at the Central Nazarene church in Coffeyville. Mrs. A. M. Goodsell entertained her Sunday school class of intermediate girls of the lola Nazarene church in her home Sunday. Members present were Hazel Scantlin. Clarinc Butts, Betty Maxwell, Ar- lenc Conner, Joan Sprd^ Esther Butler, and Norma ScantUn. A dinner was served at noon followed by a .>=ocial time and a devotional period. Mrs. A. P. Holten, Miss Marian Goodsell and MLs.s Violet Holten were guests and also assisted in entertaining. Mrs. Lena Perkins spent the day Friday at the J. W. Woods home. Miss Rosemary Sproul who is employed at the Sunflower Ordnance Works, spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Sproul. ELM CREEK Mrs. Lawrence Hardesty who went to Emporia has returned home and is feeling fine. Her sister-in-law Mrs. Nannie Massey of Shirley, Ind., is now visiting with her. Mrs. Walter Cottrell and son of Ohio is visitmg at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. S. Overmeyer and Mr. Overmeyer. Vivian Tice spent the week-end at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hayes: A crew of men from lola Is repairing a low water bridge in our district. Tlie farmers would like for the fields to get dry enough to work soon as there will be much to do in the spring. Mrs. Duane Billbe and daughter arc visiting at the home of Mrs. Billbe's aunt Mrs. Everett Rose and her family. Tlie Hlnklc hammermlll was In our neighborhood doing feed grinding Friday. Miss Carol Campbell, oiir teacher, v/as a Friday evening caller at the Ralph Sherrill home. Joyfvil Occasion When Cigarettes Reach Front Men of a tank battalion of the 84th Division, In action'In Belgium, redelve their first cigarette ration in weeks. Loft io right are Pvt. Dick Chaney, Myrtle Creek, Ore., Corp. Mike Spteaks, Troy, Kas.; Pfc. Johnny C. Wilcox, Portland, Ore.; Corp. Earl Pitts, Coffeyville, Kas,; and Pfc. Stewart P. Jaeger, Chicago, lU.—(Signal Corps i Photp From NEA.) PAGE THREE Moran Happenings MORAN, Jan. 22—Mrs. W. D. Wrench of Superior, Nebr., came Thursday to be with her sister, Mrs. Curtis i! Strong, who is a patient at St. Joljn's hospital. Tola. Mrs.^ Hazel Davenport of Kansas City, >Io., came Saturday night and sgent until Monday morning with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Larson. Mrs. Larson Is now improving which Is good news to her many friends. MINER THEATRE MQran, Kansas' Wed., Thnrs., January 24-25 Joel McCrea, Betty Field, Harry Carey, In "THE GREAT MOMENT" Shorts News . Shows at 7:30-9:30 iJ. m. Mr. Arch Thomas of Illinois has bought; the building known as the Play Hbuse of George Hawkins and is now busy remodeling. Mr. \Valter Wood of 'Wichita, was a Mora.n visitor Saturday. Mi.-iion Mattocks has taken over the filling station that Lloyd Wright has been operating and expects to move to Moran February 1, hito 'the projierty he recently purchased, known 'as the Merrill property. Mr. :9nd Mrs. Roy Finley have returned from Kansas City, where they h.^ve spent several days while Mrs. Finley was going through the Research clinic. Miss Mabel Conderman had her tonsils removed at the Burke street hospital In Ft. Scott, Monday. Word trom St. John's hospital today i^i that Mrs. Curtis Strong is improv^g. Mrs. Q. E. Lacey was brought to her home Sunday from the Burke street hjospital. Ft. Scott, where she has been a patient for the last 16 days. S^e is quite sick today (Monday) «f Mr. John Kershner of lola and his brother. Mr. Ehner Kershner of Beayer, Wyoming, were In Moran Saturday at the homes of Mr. John Kershner's daughters, Mrs. Bill McCoy and Mrs. Kenneth Twlnehtim. '* Mrs. Ruth Bartlett spent Saturday night and Sunday In Elsmore at the .,home of her parents, Mr. and Mi;s. George Heckenliable. Staff, Sgt. and Mrs. Everette Myers >)f Muskogee, are spending his furlough here 'frith his sister. Miss B«ulah Myers and other relatives, i The "W. S. C. S. met in the home of Mrs. F. P. Sawyer Thursday afternoon , with 14 members present. The devotlonals were led by Mrs. Charles. Agner. The lesson, "The Open Ooor" was led by Miss Floy McOlas^an and discussed by several medibers. Some time w&s spent admiring: the lovely things sent by Lt. Rexr Broulllard to his mother, Mrs. Lillian Broulllard, as they were in keeping with the lesson. It was a very profitable and hiteresting The Leyte peninsula in the PhU- ippmes is about 1,000 square miles In area. Piles! Ow!! —Bui H« SMILES, Now Be wise ^ Jk« was. Use same fonnals used by doctort adjunctivelr at noted Thornton ft Minor .Clinic. Surprising QUICK e ailatlve relief of pain, itch," soreness, elps soften and tends to shrink swelling. Get.tubcThornton ft Hinof s Rectal Ointment—or Thornton ft Minor Rectal Supposif pries. I( not delighted with this 'XJrTOItS' wv. low coat Is rpf "niled. At all Kpod drug stores arerrirlHn —^in lola. at Qaoskejr's and Baroolds'. Revolutionary Hf^aring Aid No Battery, Case, Pick Wires FREE HEARING CLINIC 9 a .m, to 5 p. m., Thursday, Jan. 25th HOTEL KELLEY (Evening by appointment) See the new BELTONE MONO-PAC—A modern itiira- cle combines batteries and transmitter into one simple unit. Weiglis half as much as most aids. Liberal terms, trade-ins. KANSAS CITY HEARING SERVICE 506 Law BIdg. IZth and Grand ; Kansas City, Mo. Items LAHARPE, Jan. 23.—Mrs. Alice Upshaw who has beein visiting her parents Mr. <ind Mrs. Stanley Harris, of the Diamond district, was the guest of iMf. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison) Monday and Tuesday. She will "return to her home in Madison, Kas.. soota. Miss Martha Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs^ E. B. Brown, entered St. John's hospital Sunday and had an appendix ^operation Monday. Mrs. Carl Nelson who had been in St. John's hospital was taken to the J. B. Nelson home last Thursday. , Mrs. Delia Boek^n, who has been seriously ill 4n the George Rose home south of LaHarpe, is reported as slightly I improved. Mrs. Geqrge Teague returned home Mondfiy evening from Kansas City. Mrs. Te^ague underwent sm-g- ery at the Bethdny hospital in Kansas City last ^eek. Her condition Is reported as good. Her many friends wish for her ^speedy recovery. Mr. and Mts. Arch Mbrrision, Mr. and Mrs. Hc»ward Wade and daughters, Mr. and'Mrs. Clarence Morrison and chU(31ren apd Mr. Howard Morrison all were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison Sunday. Mrs; Eddie CX>x entered the S. B. A. hospital at "Topeka last Tuesday and itnderweht surgery. Monday. Mr. Cox accojtnpanled her to Topeka and remained until Monday evening. Mrs.: W. S." Teague Is staying at the home of her son, George Telague, while Mrs. Teague is in Kansas City. Arthur Troxel:is caring for the farm work. The •following friends planned and carried out a birthday surprise dinner for Mrs. Phil Ensmihger at the parental Will.Ensmlnger home: Mr. meeting. The next meetbig will be in the. home pf Mrs.. Sarah TJmph- rey. The hostess, Mrs. Sawyer, served dainty refreshments at the close of the meeting. and Mrs. Freddie Ensminger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Sutherland, the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.. Will Ensminger. The happy event was Friday, January 19. . Mrs. Nola Gilbert, who has been attending high school in lola, enrolled in LaHarpe high school for the second semester. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Payne and Jlmmle last Sunday. Mr. Payne Is home on leave from the navy. Donald Lee and Carol Jean Robinson spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mote Robinson. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Robinson of lola, came Sunday to spend the day, the children returning Sunday evening to their home. Mrs. Johti. A. Gudde and baby daughter of, Moran are spending the week with Mrs. Gudde's grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green. Mrs. Ella; Stanley and daughters, Miss DoUehe Stanley, Mrs. Dewey Powell and^son Ernest, Mrs. Miles Knox and Mr. HUes Knox and children, and Mr. Knox's father, Sam Knox, left jpunday, January 14, for California to work at defense work. Mrs. Lucy Powell received word from her son. Pvt. 1-c Dewey Powell, who was woimded in action in the Philippines :that he is in a hospital in California and expects to be moved closer home in the near future. FAMILY MAN Atlanta, J^n. 23. (AP)—Oolm Henry Jones, 33. Atlanta baker, considered himself a "man without a family" imtil he sought a copy of his birth certificate. Information at the welfare department indicated that he, a brother and a sister, had been left at an orphanage i^ 1915. Anxious to.locate any relatives, he told his stoijy to the Atlanta Journal, which published it. A reader in Adel, OfL., gut him in touch with his mother,; three brothers, a sister, a half-brother, and two half- sisters. - > Canada's 1944 wheat crop Is estimated at 447,656,000 bashels. National Milkers This milker has proven it will do the job as quickly and eflScientlK as milkers selling for m&re than twice the amount ask for the National. ic... $159.50 Gasoline... $189.50 TWQ-UNIT, PORTABLE, DURABLE, EASILY CLEANED^NO PIPING ELECTRIC CREAM SEPARATOR LOOO-Lb. Size , ^II/*)!! HAND TURNED SEPARATOR ^OA Al« sod -Lb. Capacity 9oy«95 12-Qt. Milk Paib, Cream Cans, Strainer Pads, Strainers EVEREADY HOT SHOT BATTERIES— ||A Metal case, while they last, each ___4__.____ ^Ac^FO TIRES—TUBES—BATTE|UES GAMBLE STORE Phone 556 ASSOCIATE DEALER Phone 556 Neosho Falls News Items NEOSHO FALLS, Jan. 22—Mrs. Leonard Francis returned to Topeka Monday after spending the past week here with her mother, Mrs. Abner Cox and family. Mrs. Earl Dullnsky left Saturday for Los Angeles, Calif., where she will visit her daughters, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lannen ahd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnston. Mrs. Fern Newman and Mrs. Olive Marrow, Los Angeles, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Babcock, Parsons, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Zink and Mrs. Pearl Babcock. Mrs. Minnie Schrier and Mrs. Esther Williams were hostess to a 1 o'clock bridge luncheon at the home of Mrs. Schrier Wednesday afternoon. Guests were: Mesdames Maude Dullnsky, Jessie Dickson, Josephine Scott, Esther Herdman, Nina Dullnsky, Marvel Coleman, Miss Mildred Thrall and the hostess. Mesdames Miimie Schrier, Esther WUliams. Mrs. Nina Dulinsky received high score and Mrs. Dickson low score. The W. S. C. S. met at the home of Mrs. Ruth Tidd Thursday. Plans were made for an Easter bazaar to be held in March. Those attending were: Mesdames Esther Williams, Florence Faidley, Frank Cranen, Will Dutton, Geo. Ballard, Ernest Lawrence and two children, Miss Mildred Thrall, Mrs. S. R. Scott, Mrs. Frank Wolfe and hostess, Mrs. Ruth Tidd. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. S. R. Scott. Billie Ogle and Abe Cox returned home from Topeka Wednesday, where they have been employed. Tom Myers started a fire to the heating stove at his home Tuesday morning. He placed some cobs in the stove that had been soaking in what he thought was kerosene, also poured some of the liquid on the fire, but it proved to be gasoline when it exploded. Mrs. Bessie Jones, living across the street saw the fire, went to her telephone and sent In the fire alarm.;but the fire was extinguished by the time the fh-e truck arrived. Tom received two slightly burned fingers and the linoleum was badly burned, but lucky It was no worse. Mrs. Wilbert Staats and Mrs. Fannie Scott, of LeRoy, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mathls. Mrs. Gordon Dulinsky Jr., and infant son was brought home Wednesday from the St. John's hospital in Tola. Dtaner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dennis Sunday of last week was in honor of Corp. Mlldon Hays and Carl Cooper of the TT. S. navy. Other guests were: Mrs. Charlie HeruY. Floyd Yoho, Glay, Tom Myers, Rachel Mooney, Mr. and Mrs. Dee WilUams. Mrs. Mildon Hays and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dennis and Austin. Lieut. Herbert Lane, whose death was mentioned in Monday's issue of The lola Jlegister, was a nephew of Mrs. Herbert "ndd. Mrs. Lafa Lane and Mrs. Tidd are sisters. Tom Myers and Rachel Mooney Keeps on Edge Ben Rocklin, Chicago's one- man commando Icnife' factory, proudly displays one of his eight-inch, double-edged "Jap stickers." He estimates that he has turned out 6000 of them, from salvaged steel, since the war began. were married in lola Thursday, Jan. 18. The bride is well known here having visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smaching many times. The groom is well knowh, having been, born and raised in this community. They will live in their home on Main street which the groom had prepared for them. Mrs. Dorothea Shewell was hostess to the Past Matrons of the O. E. S. Monday afternoon. Miss Mildred Thrall had charge of the diversion. Those present were: Mesdames Josephine Scott, Minnie Schrier, Esther Williams, Audry Compton, Jessie Funk, Nina Du- Unsky, Miss MUdred Thrall and hostess Dorothea Shewell. The Colony basketball teams both boys and girls played here Tuesday evening. The Neosho high school girls defeated Colony in their fh-st home game of the season. The Neosho Falls boys team were defeated by the Colony first team. Cathrine Williams scored 24 points for the girls team and Austin Dennis 13 points for the boys. Pvt. Wayne Laymon, who was wounded in battle in France, has received the Purple Heart citation. He was hit in the shoulder by a piece of shrapnel. He Is still in a hospital in Prance. Hot Coffee is a town in Mississippi. ION OF A ..666 Cold Preparations as directed LABORERS WANTED Urgently Needed Now* TO HELP BUILD NAVAL ORDNANCE PLANT AT CAMDEN, ARKANSAS - • BYi WINSTON, HAGON, MXSSOURI VAUjns AND SOLUTT " (Prlnw Centnicter«X GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB Time and half for overtime. Food and lodging available on the job for workers at $1.00 per day. Excellent working conditions ... Help build this plant so vitally needed by our fighting forces. Hiring on the Spot and Free Transportation Furnished at Every UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE . OFFICE IN KANSAS If you are now engaged in an es- Men under 21 must have minor's «.ntial activity at your highest clrbe^SllLr a^^! skill, do not apply. ployment Office.
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