The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 26, 1945 · Page 3
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(Octavia Stewart) TrSgt. and Mrs. Charles Turner of Turlock, Calif., announce ihe birth of a daughter born January 19. They have named the baby Charllne Marie. Sgt. Turner i.s a former resident of Ida. Mrs. T. B. Shannon and Mrs. Fred Tweedy attended the gift show in Kansas City Thursday. At Baptist Temple Wallpaper and Sewall Palnto LEWIS PAINT STOKE OrviUe Hunter and hi.^. ii^nily returned to Wichita la.st night aftf -r R. A. Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hunter, was elected to the being here becau.'.c of the nlnf?.-, and J. scholastic society, and D. J. Wall, death of hLs father, Dan Hunter. ! .son of Mr. and Mrs. Stone Wall, Mrs. Dan Hunter accompitaied ihem | made the athletic club, at the Kem- home for a few day.s' vLsit. I per military school at Boonville, i Mo.. ilii.s week. Both boys were f!ue?t.s at the annual dinner held Jan. 22 in the me.ss hall for members Berlou Gtiaranlred Moth Spray Stops moth damage for fke year.<;. Protect your nigs and citri)ets again.sl moth dama.t;e. Sleeper Furnitnre Store of the honor societies. George Broughton and lii.-; uaugh- tei, Mildred, of Broruson. v.-ore guo.sts yesterday of .Mr. jnti Mr;;. R. H Stewart. , NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register Is printing fewer "ex.iV copies of each issue. SuD- scrlbers wishing to purchase several copies of any particular issue are asked to place their order in advance, if possible. Extra copies ca.n be .sold only as long as they last. Roscoe Richaroson leliu-ned fnni Kansas City and St. Wmis lodity after .spending the pa.st week tliere Tjuying merchandi.se U,v ii ;r Rih- ara .son Dry Goods .'•lure. Card of Thanks. I wish to expreM my appreciatio;., to my friends ;or llio many carti.-..! tettere and flowers received and for ' OtBES''; thoushlltU deeds durinc; my eiiti illne.'-s. Your kindness meant i -Mis;; Viola OBrien is leavini? to- nifh- for .'\tlanta. Ga., after a short vi-:;: wiiJi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gi :.iu (j H. OBiien. Mi.ss OBrien Ls e.T.;jloytri by the Eastern Air Lines ar.d is beii!tj tran.sferred to .'Vtlanta iron! Indianapoli.s, Ind. Up and At 'Eml The Rev. Victor H. Sword, who lias spent 20 years in India, will speak at 7:30 p. m. Sunday at the Baptist church. On Monday he will make two addresses at Humboldt first at the youth banquet at 6^30 p. m. and the Presbyterian church at 8 p. m. Bud Mealey, who underwent surgery MondaV at St. John's hospital is gaining strength rapidlv. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mealev. Humbcddt Items ; HUMBOLDT, Jan. 28.—Ijrle Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. WilUam Fields, of Humboldt, has completed his training at the Officers Training School, at New Orleans, La., and has PAGE THBES their official visit to the Alpha circle, which met at the home of Mrs. Melvln Lewis. Mrs. Leslie Lehman presided during the election of a chairman. Mrs. Edna Schoonover was elected chairman, Mrs. Uoyd Schoonover. secretary, and Mrs. Lehman, treasurer. The circle was WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. ,^ TOUCh.—Ella .M. JeiLseii. Mrs. S. R: .Maben will leave lu;- Kansas City toinonnw where .siie Will spend the weck-eiid visit;:"; her daughter. M ls.s V/andu .S.narkman. Loiii.s B. Walker returned to Kan..s City. Mu., today after a short i -iisit here with iii.i mother. Mrs. Ber•. !i.. Walker. .Mr. Walker is em- iilojed in an ajriilane factory in Kaii.sa.s Citv. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Mr.s. Margaret Jones will return to her home in Mar.vsville, Kas., tomorrow after spending a few days here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rickard. Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mrs. Rickard. NEW LOANS... totaling nearly $70,000.00 Wfre made by us during 1944. . . . We helped 55 local families- set started on the road to home ovaier- .sWp. ... If you are a renter, let us help yon get the same .start. . . . Come in and we 'll explain otu' nlan. SECIRITY BLDO. A I.().\N ASSN. Mast-r Sergeant and Mrs. Richarc! E. Walker and .son. Dickie, re- l-iirneri yesterday to Oklahoma City, I Okla.. after a short visit with Mrs. ! Bertha Walker and other relatives : and friends. .Master Sergeant Walk! er is .stationed at Firld. Humboldt News , • fSignal Corps Photo irom NEA) The spot hes in isn 't any too healthfuj, so thiS; infantryman of the 82nd Airborne Division keeps a weather-eye for Heinies as he dashes towyd a barbed-wire barricade some^vhere in Belgium Colony News Mrs. C. J. Stewart lia.s received j word that Mr.s. Lizzie Samuel, who j . formerly 'lived in lola a.id who now , .is in the Poiyclinic hosi)ita' at Okia- ' Ihoma City, OkJa., following a ma- j jor operation, is not .so well. When ! dismissed from the hospital. .sh3 will be at the home of her niece, Mr.;. Wlldman, in Oklahom.i Ci'.y. Treatment for Keeping Rags and Carpets Clean POWDER-ENE i an ideal cleaner for your rugs ar.ti carpet.s, is recommended by the Bigelov.'-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc. Sleeper Furniture Store . Word lia-, been receiveti hire tiiat Harold Henry, .son of G. B, Heni\, Chicago, 111., is rfc-( iviiv,.' hi', initial Navali'indoctrinalion at the U, .S. Naval training center. Grta: Lake-. III. Mr. Henry and his yon nvr lor- mer Jesldcnt .s (,f lola. Mrs. T. M. Shellenberger who has 'oct-a .--pending the past week in Withita visiting her parents, Mr. j and Mr.'-:. T. W. Bay, returned home la.- ni<;iit. Mi-s. Mary English returned home yi.ierriay from ,sevpral motith's vis- witii n-latives in Pinckneyville, .^LEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. SLEfePER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Xit Theodore Judah, wr.o h;'s be(-n on liictlve duty with the air force in' iJie European theater, arrived hon«"'last night on a 21-day Uavr for a visit with his parent.^. .Mr, anci Mrs. J. D. Judali. He wa.s iiceni- ly awarded the Air Med:.l for meritorious achievement while ii,ulici- pating in heavy bombardine:;; ini.-,- sfons ligainst the enemy. -Nfrs. George Taylor of. Grandview, .Mo., is visiting at the homes of Mrs. Bertha Taylor, Mrs. F^nny Tay;or and Mrs. C. J. Toedman this wee.-;. HUMBOLDT. Jan. 25.— "Pound- Day" was obser^'ed Monday Tinker Army Tir I nie'it by Chapter AM of P. E. O., jwhen the regular meeting was held •at the home of Mrs. W. J. Casper. The president, Mrs. C. S. Murdock, presided. The Pounder's Day program was presented by Mis.<! E\a O'Conner. Attending the meeting were: Mrs. Murdock. Mrs. Lewis Irwin, Mrs. C. H. Oman. Mrs. A. J. Trueblood, Mrs. C. S. Williams, Mrs. Charles R. Martin, Mrs. W. A. B>'- erley, Miss Ruth Wallen. Miss Lauretta Dimond. Miss Eva O'CkJimer, and the hostess, Mrs. Casper. Mrs. M. A. York entertaUied with a diimer Tuesday evening, honoring her husband who celebrated his birthday anniversary at that time. A large, decorated angelfood cake, baked by Mrs. York was served with the dessert course. Covers were laid for Mrs, Mary York, Altoona, Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Wylie, Joan and Bobby Roush. the honored guest, Mr. York, and Mrs. York. The Humboldt high school awarded scholarslilp letters for the first semester Tuesday afternoon, during the assembly hour. The letters are awarded to those who have received no grade below a B, and who hold grades of A in three of the four subjects required. Those receiving letters Tuesday were: Vera Bamett, Charles Hogan, Alta Spurrier, Peggy Pvt. Dene K. Brower arrived home '.•terday from Ft. Benning. Ga., for - 20-day furlough to visit at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Jo Townsend, Carl Zirjack, LeRoy Deimar Brower. After his furlough is up, he will go to Columbus, Ga.. lor advanced training with the paratroopers. Since 1881 .SEALV TUFTLESS MATTRESSES Pre-War Quality and Prire CURTIS Fl RMTLRE Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing 24-Honr Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done In lola. GUY OLIVER Vulcanizing and Tread Service Mrs. -Frank Rob:r:i.oii. iunv .'A- In- lan Who moved to Lo.s Angele;; abitr 20 years ago. died S'lrjday at r home there. She leaves two .•^•jn Cpl. Max Ri.'binson in the army air .corps, and Floyd Robin .-^oTi, Los .-\n- 'geles. Mr. and Mr.s. Robinso:i Uv; c; in lola for many years. L' I >j:i tiie death of her hii.sb.i :Ki Mr.-. Robinson moved to tlie we>; (•(,,[.-•. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Stewart have j "7 'Tdavs'' rec'.-ived from their son, Sgt. Charles \^^)^'^^ -S. Stewart, a battle flag given him by t!re French where his outfit oc- rup'.frd a French town they had lib- .L -iated during the drive through .Normandy. Tlie flag had been , liastiiy fashioned from whatever red, jWiiite .ina blue scraps they "had. It ; mea.-^'.a.-s abjut 19 by 22 inche.s. Sgt. S'.'w.jrt s-aie.s the value m price of the.tiaK is nothing, but to him it 'nolr \-i se:r.anental value to make it iirieeli.-.-..-. Alcox, Beverley Breedlove, Mary Lou Kimmerling, Mildred Reed, Jean Bamett, Betty Orcutt, Virginia Snodgrass, Helen Young, and Leonard Wood. Mrs. Allen B. Smitli, who has been receiving treatment at St. John's hospital at Tola, has been brought to her home here, where she is convalescing. Mrs. Mar}' York of Altoona came Tuesday to visit her son, M. A. York, and Mrs. York, and to be a guest at the birthday diimer Tuesday night. She expects to be here '(.•m Novelist Anxwer lo rrt'vloux Puzxir HOEIZONTAL 59 Italian money '.IP ^Jturcd' CI She is the 'irjvelist, author of several 1- ''operatic solo "14 Singing voice 15 Barren ;i6 Editor (ab.) ^17 Near ;lf Negative u i\icas 20 Jumbled type cloth 21 Laughter' 7 Size of fhot - VERTICAL 1 Mother 2 Space 3 Disencumber 4 Georgia (ab.) 5 Scale of pay C Mcas'uro of i .^Boimd 22 Anger ,23 Age . 25 Erbium ' (symbol) 27 High card 28 Hake a ".mistake Sff Domesticated ,32 Story i84Hiin 85Accc»nplish 96 Kitchen' ;• 'Utensils 88 Tropical • •fruits 42 Also 43 CoQceming 45«qist ^ 4TH«ftey 'maker 48P ^^t (ab.) mtlad (ab.) iS^£Iectrical en- I -Kiaeer (ab.) [53 Egyptian sun , god , ^- jMVend' u6 Scared 8 Sharpen 9 Pound (.-ii).) 10 Tree fluid 11 Great Lake 12 Biblical pronouh 17 Exist 22 Frozen 24 Skill 26 Fish eggs 27 Change 29 Wireless 31 Exclamation of laughter 33 Timber 26 For 37 Stitch 38 Enemy 39 Was seated 41 Seine E. E. Hendrix of Chanute visited his sister, Mrs. Allen B. Smith at St. John's hospital at lola Simflay afternoon, and he also stopped in Humboldt for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Vem Smith and family. Mrs. E. C. Adams and small daughter were brought to their homo here vesterday from St. John's hospital at iola. Mrs. Ben Collison was hostess to the Merry-Go-Round club Tuesday afternoon, when members gathered at her home. Pinochle formed the entertainment for the occasion, with Mrs. Frank Lindsey playing high score, Mrs. William Ronsick received second highest score. Mrs. Collison had as her guests. Mrs. Vem Wing, and Mrs. Lewis Haskin. Members attending were: Mrs. W. C. Adams, Mrs. LawTchce Berry, Mrs. Ben Collison. Mrs. William Fields, Mrs. William Feeney, Mrs. Ernest Gardner. Mrs. Frank Lindsey. Mrs. John Lindsey. and Mrs. William Ronsick. COLONY, Jan: 23— Joseph Chuich and Miss Doris Oarver of Lone Elm were honor guests at a waffle supper the first of the week at the home of Mr. ancj Mrs. Lyle Barron. Mrs. George Widner of Topeka spent the week-«'nd here with home folks. Mr. ana Mrs. jBill Threlkeld entertained at dinijer in honor of Bob Talley, who will leave soon for military training. Covers were laid for the honor guest,. Bob Talley, Mr. and Mrs. Clause Talley, Millard Talley and Mis^ Helen Dennis, all of lola, Norman'and Doris Luedke, Twila Kelley, LUJa and John Threlkeld and Mr, aad Mrs. Threlkeld and Billy. Pvt. and Mrs: Albert Christenberry who have been visiting at the parental J. H. dhristenberry home, left Sunday. Albert went to California and hLs wife to Wichita where she is employed. Mrs. Tom Foster was an overnight guest at ^ the FlorLs Bain home Tuesday, ^fore leaving on Wednesday for Wichita to visit her son-in-law a.nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Hurlock and family. Mrs. Clem*McGhee and Simdra Diane spent Thursday at the parental Floris Bain home. Mts^ Mildred Bamett returned to Kansas City .'the first of the week after Iseing it home 'for several weeks rest f6lk )w1ng mtijor surgery. TSgt. Wa^e S. Harris, Colony, took part in Ihe construction of an air base in thfe Marianas from which B-29's are now bombing Tokyo. His unit has recehred a, special commendation from Brig. Gen. H. S. Hansell Pr., commander of the 21st Ijomber command. "You carri^ on yoiu- official work with efficiency above the usual under rugged conditions," Gen. Hansell said. "IS addition, with hard labor, ingenurty, and a kind of stub- bom will that typifies the spirit of American pioneering, you made with your own hands, a place to live and a place to work, overcoming obstacles which were not foreseen." Sgt. Harris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. SUnley W. Harris, Colony. His wife and son are living at Lincoln, Nebraska. received his commis^n as second lieutenant, in the 'transportation corps, V. 8. army. Mrs. Wanda Fields went to New Orleans to attend the graduation eicerclses. Lieut, and Mrs. Fields arrived in Humboldt Wednesday night for a visit with his parents. Before entering military service, Lieut. Fields -was employed in the train service on: the Missouri Pacific. : The Women's Socie^ of Christian Service has recently prganized the circles of the church;- These circles met Wednesday to elect officers and hold the first meeting imder the new organization. The Naomi circle met at the church, wijh Miss Nellie Drolllnger in charge: Mrs. J. C. Beckwith led the gro\ip in a period of devotions. Officers were electe<l for the year. Mrs. Frank Rhodes was elected chairmrfti, Mrs. Era Myer was elected secretary, and Mrs. C. W. Hume, tfeasurer. The lesson for the afteraAon was presented by Miss Nellie Drolllnger. Mrs. J. B. Rentz, of Miami, Okla., was a guest. Seven inembers and one child were in attendance. Mrs. EJora Lacy was.hostess to the Esther circle, with eight members in attendance. -Mrs. Eulalia Bamett was elected chairman; Mrs. James Arthm- Smith, secretary; and Mrs. H. M. Webb, treasurer. Mrs. Lacy served delicious "refreshments during the social hoiu-,,-following the business meeting. Members of the Ruth circle gathered at the home of- Mrs. W. C. Adams. Mrs. J. J. Shelc^n was elected chairman for the new year. Other officers were: Mrs. Lolk Morgan, secretary; Mrs. Mazie Morris, treasurer, and Miss Inez ColC; devotions leader. Eight members'were in attendance. Mrs. Adami served refreshments following *he business session. Lydia circle met at the home of Mrs. Charles Wllkersoft. The time was spent in organizing for the year's work. Mrs. Wilkerson was chosen chairman for tlie year, with Mrs. W. J. Casper, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Wilkerson served refreshments to eight members;. Mrs. Robert Hamm, .Kirs. George Moore, and Mrs. 0. P. Knight paid ENGLAND'S'PULP USE England spends nearly $75,000,000 annually on :a]l kinds of pulp for psper-making, paper, and paper products, in normal times. led In a period of devotion by Mrs. LehmaiL Mrs. Lewis served refreshments following the business session. Ten women "and three children were in attendance. The Wednesday night bridge club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kent. Mrs. Grace Barrackman was a guest. All members, with the exception of Mrs. VV. C. Adams were in attendance. Light refreshments were served. Captain Hal A. Las.sman left Wednesday for Lincoln, Nebr., for a new- assignment. Mrs. Lassman and small son, Hal Allen Jr., remained here for a longer visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lehman. Captain Lassman was formerly stationed at Las Vegas. Nev. THEY CAUGHT THE BUS Miami, Fla.. Jan. 26, 'APi—Tlwe navy fliers who siu-vived uninjured the crash of their jjlane into the sea were rescued—by a bus. The driver of a bus plying between Key West and Miami saw the plane hit the water near Oonch Key, one of the land-links of the overseais highway, and stopped, the coast guard reported today. The three crewmen paddled their rubber life raft to the key, and found the bus waiting—and hitched a ride to Miami. WITH INTEREST Columbus, Ga., Jan. 26. (AP)— A ticket for a meter ordinance violation foUowed Pvt. R. O. De Cesare, formerly of Ft. Benning, some four thousand miles before it reached him in October. The recorder's court clerk got It back with a 50-franc note to cover the fine and the following note: "When I received the ticket, I could not attend to it, as I was due back in camp on orders and I have been unable to remit since as I have been on the go." Our armed forces are getting all the penny-box matches produced and 35 per cent of the paper-book matches. LOCAL WOMEN GET THOUSANDS OF EXTRA RED POINTS Every day, precious red points ar« being paid to housewives who turn in used fats to their butchers. Because this country is faced with a possible fat shortage; these used kitchen fats are even more urgently needed to make medicines, synthetic rubber, gunpowder, soaps, paints and a hundred other essentials on the battlefield and home front. Every woman can help towards final 'Victory by saving every drop of used fats each time she cooks. Even a spoonful Is worth salvaging. Won 't you keep saving until final Victory over both Germany and Japan? SORETHROJII dMtoae«M...letalittte time-tested VapoRub mdlt ^ ^ M in in your mouth • %m Wnk B ... works finel W 9ttpSn UB 19 Native ' metal 42 Golf device 21 Torrid 44 At liberty water 46 Swerve 47 Has existed 48 Recreation area 50 Sick 53 River (Sp.) 54 Compass point 55 Lord Lieutenant (ab.) 57 Account of (ab.) 58 Right Worthy (ab.) 59 Behold! 60 Like - I WINS MERITORIOUS SURVICE PLAQUE Cpl. Oren L. Mewhinney of lola is now entitled to wear a Meritorious Service WTCath on his right sleeve. HLs depot repair squadron, part of the loth air force in Italy, has been awarded the Meritorious Service imit plaque. The commendation reads in part as follows: "This unit deserves much credit for the efficisnt manner in which they assisted in the installation of the engineering shops with a minimum of materials and building facilities, and for their persistent efforts in the construction of housing for all personnel from bombed- out buildings." You Can Usually Find It At PART WOOL MELTON CLOTH JACKETS -SIZES 36 to 46 60^r RE-USED WOOL ZIPPER FRONT .WELL MADE O TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY LABORERS WANTED Urgently Needed Now TO HELP BUILD NAVAL ORDNANCE PLANT AT CAMDEN, ARKANSAS - BY WINSTON, HAGLIN, MISSOURI VAIJyBX AND SOLLITT (Prime Contractor*) j. GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB Time and half for overtime. Food and lodgring: 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 Transpor^tion > ' Furnished at Every . . UNITED STATES ^ EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE IN KANSAS If you are now engaged in an essential activity at yonr highest skill, do not 'apply. Men under 21 ranst have mlnor'fl release form signed by parenta which can be obtained at Employment OtBce. OUT OUR WAY How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to sootlie and heal raw. tender, inflamed broncliial mucous membranes. Tell yoiff druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Constis, Chest Colds, Bronchitis NO BOOK? YOU ALLUS BOOK. WITH VOtiOM THESE By J. R. WILLIAMS IM CUTTIMG DOWM'^ OW READIMG SO MUCH" AVOUMG MAW WAS TELLHOG A FAMOUS NAAK) OF ALU THE eREAT BOOklS HE HAP READ AND THE OLD BO/ SAID. •WHEMDO^OU TAKE TIME TO THIMkC FOE . ^OUtiSELF; rr I^AV SOUMD BAD, BUT WE'RE A KIATIOM OF OUITTEKS.' WE SPEWD FROM OhOE NEAR OF A<5E TO FORTV, eiTTirsl' BAD HABITS AM' FROM THERE OW TR.yiM';TD QUIT 'EM.' OVERDOSED I-2S OUR BOARDING HOUSE k{ IT'6 TME MA30R RN\ OOVOSi AT BALL AND CKMM Jl^STrrOTfe AMD rt= vMcm^TS OS HE PICKED A PERT^ecT Tl^Ae > To GET ^useED -'-ro HfVO& TO POOL m PILE VMlThV TVWO OTtAEt^ GUNS TO ESiCORE: A 30Ke with . .. MAJOR HOQPIB TELL Mi NATO LEARNi THE PRISONER'S SOr>iC5 — m POCKETS ARE AS A C10ARET THP>cr PUTS T H AE BOV SCOUT 0ADG& ONiAAE/

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