The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 30, 1945 · Page 2
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 30, 1945
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(Frances Halbe) SAMANTHA LYNN Sonny Boy, wherie have you been? Up vlsitin' Sainantha Lynn? I can tell Just by that grin. That there's exactly where you've been. • Bet a penny that you got Aj <;iiiier cookie, piping hot, • Slab 'ai pie and hunk of cake, :v The kind your mom could never f make. j. You heard the story of the day t Her ij^rghdpap sailing far away, ! 'Jji ^ipAiecked on a foreign . strand ' And captured by a heathen band. I How:Jje .'wa5 soused into a pot When had gotten most red hot. And riow a mighty waterspout Came down and put the fire out. ' Yes, Sonny Boy, that's where you've " been, Up vifltin' Samantha Lynn. There's'no place else you could have To get,that happy heathen grin, y, —George Walter. r'h;iJ\l: Givo- Farewell For I'lielvin Hayes Members of the United Brethren Sunday school and church met last night at the church for a covered dkh cinncr and a farewell party for .\:r;v1n TT:".-pr^. Tiipnrintendent of the -.u.-.t:.::-- who leaves Januaiy 31 to enter the army. A gift was presented to the gue.^ of honor from the group. The evening was spent in singing and in a social ijcod time. There were seventy persons present. <!> •> Mrs. Lee Moore Hostess At Bridg:e Luncheon Mrs:-Lee L. Moore entertajned her bridge, club.,at, a .one, o'clock ; lunchBOf? J^sterday. Mrs. 'joe Taylor, whose birthdaytfftUs on.January 29, was the honor guest. Pavor8-of crocheted nut ciips were presented fobtlie guests. KHgh score prizes werei won by Mrs. Charles Toibey and MrS. L. O. Norths rup. Mrs. Clarence Cruse recil^ed the traveling prize and Mr». Charles Tobey the one given for honors. ; Members present were Hrs. Robert Voisinet, Mrs. Clarence Cruse, Mrs. Florence Copening, Mrs. Joe Chryst, Mrs. Joe Taylor, and Mrs. Charles Tobey. Mrs. L. O. Northrup was a guesc. •:• • « McKean Family Has Bennion Sunday A-reunion was held in the home of Mrs. T. P. McKean Sunday at which four generations of the McKean family were present. It was the first time in nearly three years that Mrs. McKean has had her family all tosether at one time. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McKean, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McKean and daughter Patty Lou, oi C'-ianute, Sgt. andi Mrs. M.' D. MpKean and daughter. Panlela Ruth. Pfc. E. M. McKeah. Sgt. L. O. McKean, Mrs. T. P. McKean and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long. • <• <• Mrs. Sisnev Speaker At Class Dinner "Crusade For Christ," was the subject of the inspiring talk given bv Mrs. C. E. Si.=ney before the m'-mhers of the Business Women's j cla-is of the First Methodist church i .';chooI, Monday evening at their covered dish dinner at the church, n^votionals were led by Mrs. Minnie Allen. V-". Julia HufTma.ster. Miss Maude McKinney and Miss Billle Hanna were hostesses at the dinner. Guests were Mrs. C. E. Sisney. Miss Margaret Hanna and Bobby Hanna. The following members were pres- WEDNESDAY Jefferson P. T. A. meets at 2:30 p: m. at the school building. There will be an executive meeting at 2 p. m. TfiUBSDAY South division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. PbU Itay, 215 South Oak. at l:dO p: m. North division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. A. R. Stroup. 314 East street, at 2 p. m. The Women's General Working .'flciefcy of the Presbyterian church meets at the church at 3:30 p. m., with the members of the Fourth division as hostesses. Lt. Col. T. P. Limboeker will speak on "Aus• trfllia." Regular stated beetin? of the Social Order of the Beauceant at 7:30 p. m. The Women's Missionary tmion meets at the Baptist Temple at , 2:30 p. m. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church Will, meet at-2:30 p. m. at the church. A special program Is being planned. FRIDAY Mrs. C. L. Hoyt and Mrs. N. J. Brisham will be hostesses at the bridge luncheon at the Coimtry club at 1 p. m. Judge Anderson's Sunday school class meets at 2:30 p. m. in the basement of the Methodist church. Hostesses 1 to Y. The War Mothers' club will have a covered dish supper at the Methodist church at 6:30 p. m. Thn public is invited to come. There wUl be an out of town speaker. Bring covered dish and sandwiches. "the American Legion Auxiliary Past President's Parley meets with Mrs. O L. Cox, 424 South Walnilt, at 2:30 p. m. The meeting of the American Legkm Auxiliary has been postponed and Initiation of new members will be held February 23. ent: Mesdames Minnie Allen, Lillian Brewster, Clara Cox, Ruth Card, Flossie Poster, Julia Huftmaster, Carrie Tholen, Lucy M. Hull; Misses Amy; Jones,.Maude McKinney, Elma Ring. Alice Hendricks, and Billy Hanna. *"ii^t Army G. l.'g-'ijtock up ting ready for ttie big ce^luiter-offer^ve on Neosho Falls News Items ^(^^ 's(|i0l^, get- .GecmaiUi' '.'Belgian bulge." To Get Army? Possible activation of a new U. S. army on the Western Front is seen in General Eisenhower's recommendation that Maj.-Gen. Leonard T. Gerow, above, commander of the 5th Corps, be elevated to the rank of lieutenant general. The promotion, now before Congress, would rank General Gerow with commanders of U. S. field armies. NEOSHO PALLS, Jan. 29.—Mr. r.nd Mrs. Loy Stilwell who have bien here for the past week visitbig relatives left Saturday for their home In Henryetta, Okla. Jay Diitton celebrated his eigit- eenth birthday Thursday and was in Yates Center that day to register for army service. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Watts left Sunday for LaCygne. Birs. Watts will care for her grandchildren as their, mother Mrs. Lorin Scott it a patient hi the hospital. Mrs. Ernest Cox and Jerry Sue of lola are here for a visit with Mrs. Coxs mother, Mrs. Neva McCuQotigb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Simmoos, Mrs. Dora Byfield and Mrs. Gordon Dulinsky Jr., and baby were In lola Tuesday. Lorin Hays went to LaCygne Thursday to spend a few days on business. Calvin Saferlte left Friday for Leavenworth for the physical army examination. Mr. Lawrence Gibbs is having his hvestock trucked to his farm near Nevada, Mo., this week. Mr. Gibb^ is rui;al mail carrier on,route 2, amd has a 30 days leave of absence. He and Ids two sons, Allen and Marion, will spend the time at the faim. Lloyd Herdman is substitute on the mall route. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Stovall a,hd son of Washington have been hfie for a few days visiting his parents ! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stovall. Dwieht has been working at defense work In Washtagton but will npw locate in Arkansas In the same line of work. I Some of the employes of the Eajst- ' em Kansas Utilities have been here this week installing new poles. I The roll brick siding is being Applied to the J. G. Wilson limiber yard building which greatly ifai- ; proves its appearance. Ernest Lay- at Emporia Monday and Tuesday attencQng the -Kansas Veterinarian Medteta association. I Prieiiids of Mr. Ed Campbell will be soi^ to !eam of his illness. His daughiier, Mrs. Nettie dampbell Rel« ton otTexas writes that her father is In £ hospital with i^eumohia. The t senior class kave a farewell party ^nday evening at the school buildi^ for one of j their members, Norman Lelbold. Games were played and refreshments {of sandwiches, cookie^ and Coca-Cola were served. mon fMd Wessie Byfield are doin^|l*?»t; Josephine Scott, treasurer; the w#rk. . wbel Sulliyan, Ruth; Audry Gomp- Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams wex^tS ^J?'**^ **iSf ^»ariium. ;ha; Oene M:ahh, Electra; Jes- Puhk, wanlisr; S. R, Scott. sen- He presented With a gift from the class. Norman left Tuesday for induction. The I new officers of the Eastern Star were installed Monday afternoon -as follows: Worthy matron, Jap Subs Claim Sinking Of Shipg Qtf y. S; Coast (Bjr tiM AMoetawl Pnu) An unconfirmed. Tokyo radio brxmdcast said today that Japan- ec^ submarine sank three transports and an oil tanker off the Pa- cnic coast of the United States. 'The broadcast, recorded by the Federal Coiaununicatlons Commission. atti:tbtited its information to a Japanese Domei Agency wireless dkpatch from "a certain base on the Central Pacific front" It did Maudef Dulinksy; worthy patron. Dr.: n6t say when the aUeged sinkings Williams; associate matron, Lydia o<icurred. ReynoWs; associate patron. Mr.j Jto an English language wireless JS^i.,^^" secretary; dUpatch to the United States, also Sc"^*®^ «=°n«l«c*«ss. recorded by the FCC, the Domei Dora Qhewell; associate conductress. Agency declared thait the four ships Nina ;Dullnsky; niarshal, Minnie cJMmed as sunk were hit "recent- Schriey; chaplain, Mrs. MarahaU ly" tm Cold Time-Tested Trattsporiatioii (or £sses&iial Travelers Empty bus seats are "skckers" in vital wartime transportatioa Perhaps today, tomorrow or next day, the very Santa Fe Trailways bus that was crowded last week-end will have room to spare for service men and women, war workers and other essential travelers. Your local Santa Fc Trail ways Agent will keep you posted on up- to-the-minute travel information to any jpoint V You Can Usuatiy Find It At PEN AND PENCIL SETS Th^ set that is so handy and eter ready . . . convenient ^ pocket size for gents' pocket or ltfd,ies' purse. • EVER READY PENCIL Regular $1.00 Values SPECIAL 49c DEPENDABLE FOUNTAIN PENS $1,50 Choice of Color !0 TO ZO WEEKS TO PAY News of ^Mdred Ml£DtasD, Jan. 3d.—Correction: The Mildred grade scdiool won the basketball game played last week with the LaHarpe grades 26-6. I reported the LaHarpe grades as win- nets. The game between the town team from Mildred composed of Snooks Frame, Lee Ed Spillman, Bob Walker, Curtis Call and Clifford COlgln afl^ RUS3611 Lewis were winners! from LaHarpe Priday night. Several j folks besides the team were in La­ Harpe fbr the game. Mr. and Mrs. Games who recently moved to the Walker farm are the parents of a d pound, 9 ounce baby boy bom last Sunday evening? Mrs. Carrie Phillips, Pauline Ens- mlnger and Walt Ehsmlnger of La­ Harpe visited Henry Ensmlnger's, and also at thie Pyles farm and at Vemoh Phillips' Sunday afternoon. Miss 3hirley Ray and Maxine Mann visited Mrs. Vemon Phillips and Maxine Priday afternoon. Shirley Ray spent Thursday and' Priday visiting Maxine Mann. 'Thurs- \ day afternoon Shirley and Maxine went to lola with Mrs. Clifford I Colgin to shop. J&s. Lewis papered -for jVan Meters/recently. SLEEPING BAGS A new light sluf pin? ba? ha« befn developed and Is being issued to American fighting men in European countries where they need protection from the cold. Bag weighs only four and one-half pounds and Is easily carried by men without hampering movement as did the blankets formerly Issued them. BABY NEEDS FOR COLD WEATHER Baby Blankets 39c to $3.39 207c INscOuAt On All Snow Suits AU Coats Vi Price $2 .9.5 Drapes, Gauze or Birdseye, Special $2 .39 Per Dozen 10% Discount On AU Children's Dresses Outing Pajamas witli and without feet, sizes to 6 GIFT SUGGESTIONS Infants Felt Shoes Infant's White Shoes All Sizes Satin Comforts Satin Carriage Robes Babykins Formula Feeding Sets Fancy Soap Baby Books Nice Selection Tykie Toys Sanforized CoveraUs Special $2.98 $1.95 Jimmyalls, Special $1.59 i Rain Capes, Special $2.98 3 EXTRA SPECIALS Long White Baby Hose Special 33c Pair Nazareth Baby Shirts Special 33c Knit Panties With Elastic 33c KIDDIE KUTE KLOTHES SHOP RICHARDSON'S MONTHEND CHILDREN'S SNOW SUITS $5.00 Drastically Reduced. Sizes 1 to 12 LADIES' WHITE UNIFORMS Sizes 12 to 46 UNDER BED STORAGE CHEST $1.69 Heavy Fiber, Wood Frame COLORFUL RAG RUGS $1.98 Size 24x48 PRICED FORA SPECIAL CHEESECLOTH 5C YA^D LADIES' PURSES $1.98 Plus Tax Reduced from our Better Grades. WOMEN'S DRESSES ... $3 Good selection of smart, seasonable Dresses Reduced from our Better Grades. BOYS' Loud Colored CORDUROY HATS 98c All sizes. UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 13c Yard TOMAMFWAY FOR THE NEW! GIRLS' CORDUROY AND FLEECE JACKETS $2.98 Sizes 7 to 10 Smart Styles BOYS' MATCHED SHIRT & PANT- SET MEN'S AU Wool TOPCOATS $15 A real bargain! BOYS' JIMMIES (9c One group. San­ forized. $2.59 Practical. San­ forized. CHILDREN'S UNIONSUITS 66c Sizes 4 to 12 MEN'S WINTER UNIONSLIT $1.10 Good Quality 12-Lb. Weight OUTjOURWAY ^ |i . i / OH. you MEEDN'T PQ THATr-I HAVE SOM£ OLD OUILTS.' WHX TH^5E CCWS 'vViLl.- FREEZE -lOL) ID DEATH By J. R.~WILI1AMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . MAJOR HOOPI..E ASK YOUR AGENT! —In can Kit yoiTwMclk &k- partures or. len Hlnly le b« crowded. TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT KELLEY H lola, Kas. E6AD,TvJ (Se>6.' SOU' MUST H^vJE TMO, \T \MAS AS eA ,«=>V AS A BIT OP BiRO "DOS IMVOU.'— / DETECrmS PeANiOT6 AT A MO\M DID VOL) FIKJD GOT LEANJOER) BALL 6A (V^ LEANiDER. WAS THE CULPR .lT VJR .\T »Nie 7 KiCWS VVJEBSTER'S SPELLIM6 \Z THOSE THREATENilNiS r:^f AROUND, KKJO O^E OP HIS FAVORITE BAD GUESSES IS UETTERSTOPlKe?' RED-MANiDeo, t. "M-o-L-D-e-V -HE: USED THE \MOf?b TO DESCRIBE PIKE'S 30KE&/-.- MISSPELLED, BUT ACCORATe/ TK^TARSet^ u If I r ' iBI'i

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