The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 30, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 30, 1945
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TOLA. KANSAS LOCALS {Octavia Steicart) < Mrs. George Romback is a medical patient at St. John's hospital. Miss Elizabeth Slfers, Miss Jeanne Chambers, Miss Nancy Powell and Miss Ruth Ann Thompson went to Lawrence last week-end to attend parties of the University hill. WAUOH FUNERAL HOME—36. John Hoyt was in Lawrence over the week-end vi.siting frit-nds at the Univensity of Kan.yis. Mr. and Mrs.' H. P. Winkelman and son Arnold, are leaving Thiirs- day for Hiawatha, Kansas, -where they plan to make their home. Mrs. J. P. Bradbury of Uniontown, underwent a tonsillectomy at St John's hospital today. Wallpaper and Sewall Palnte LEWIS PAIM STORE Mrs. H. N. Braag ha.s ber -n seriously ill at her home for ihe pasr week. Her condition \va.<; reported imin-oved ye.sterday eveninir. Tola relatives have received word 1 of tlie death of Mi-.s. E. H. Gunther i at her iionie north of Toronto, Kas., I .Monday, aftpr a ions illness., L. A. ! Gunther and L. D. Gunther of Tola arc brothers of E. H. Gunther. Berloa Guaranteed Motli Spray • Stops moth damane for five years. Protect your iiic's and carpets against moth damape. Sleeper Farniture .Sturc Glen Searcy of Humboldt under- J went an appendectomy at St. John's hospital today. Leona Dreyer v.-ho wr.s a gue?i at the home of Or. ant: Mrs. A. P.. Chambers .several d?.y.-.: l^^t we>->'r: retiuned to her home in K;in.<-:.~ City, Ka.-.., Saturday. Martha CoUfon Brov.-n (^,f La- Harpe, who underwent an -appendectomy at St. .John's lio.s|)ital s'-v- eral day.s ns". is iinpi-ovin;;. COMPARE our home loan plan with all oth- ir.s. . . . -We are sure you'll choose oiu- plan. . . We will be glad to inve you the details, witli no obli- uaiion on your i'jari. Come in. ! SrXURITY BLIJG. & LO.'VX ASSO. ! The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Schdlen- bergcr have received word from their son, Charles Scbtilenbej^, that he will be among the thousand voice Naval Choir that will broadcast on' the President's birthday program tonight. They will sing "God of Our Fathers." If Yon MiM Yonr Beglster Phone 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one delivery can be made and that is after 7 p. m. Mi:s. Joseph Stefens of "Vfates Center imderwent an appendectomy at St. John's hospital today. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Shannon and twin daughters are attending the Midwest Hardware Convention in Kansas City. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer "tsxoti" copies of each issue. Subscribers wishing to purchase several coDies of any particular issue are asfcad to place their order in advance, if possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long as they last. Mi-s. Donald Klause and her daughter were dismissed from St. John's hospital today and taken to their home. Her sister. Mrs. Lyle HoUoman and her son who have been patients there, were also dismissed. i Mr. and Mr.s. Kenneth Lil'iie, for: ir.trly ot loia. anmunce the birth i I of a dauEhler. Friday. January 2G. ' They have given her the name of | Alice JeaP:. Mr. and Mrs. Lillie • Kov.- live in Wichita. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. I Kennel h Daniel.-^ and Harley Dean ; ' i->f tlu- Curtis F'.irnilure Store, an: Mtfiidint; the Hardware conven- I •](.,•. in Citv that is being ! Jiflu today and tomorrow. OSTERMOOR MATTRESSE.S lOO^r All Fell Made for 53 Yca^s W. H. WOOD FlRNltlRE THE IQLA SEGIgro. TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30.1945. Poznan, Where Poles Honored Woodrow Witson PAGE THREE MORAN, Jan. 29— Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hoover from Joplln. Mo., came Sunday for a visit with Mr. Hoovers mother, Mrs. Slaughter and Mr. Slaughter. It was with deep sorrow the many Moran friends of Mrs. Martha Strong learned of her death at her home HI lola Sunday. She lived amoHK u.i .so many years the life she lived of thout;htfulness, doing so mucli lor olliors. her chiurcli work, the fzood neighbor she wa."; to U.S all made her .so dearly loved by us all. The sympathy of tliLs community g-oes (;ut to her four daughters and relatives in this tlieir hour of .sorrow. Word has been rrcrivc/d liere tha' Elmer W. Wcit-/^!. son nt Mr. and .Mrs. Willam W. WeU/.-l. ELsinore. has been promoti-d Kjthe crade of .ser(;eani. He i.s stationed at Tpno- pnh. Nevada. worSiing as the non- commissionf-d officer in chari^e of medical supply. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. ML-.s Riit!i Feeback of Wichita, Ka.s.. spent the week-end with her ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Feeback. Mrs. Otto J. Lind of Yates Center Is icceiving medical treatment ] at St. John's hospital. .SPOT CASH For Used Furniture Phone lt )0 w. II. WOOD rrifMTriiK Chai-Ieen McraiiP.. a .'-tudent at tlio Univer.'-.ity oi and .Mi.'s Mary Jo;in MrCann of Kansa.s City fpent the v.-cek-end vLsi-Jng at the home of their parent.?, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCann. I Treatment for Keeping Rngs and Carpets Clean POWDER-ENE is an ideal cleaner for your rugs a!id carpets, is recommended by tlie Eigelow-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc. Sleeper Furniture Store I Mr, and Mrs. John Glntz were I called to Kansas City Monday by I the serious illness of Mr. Ghitz's I mother. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-36. M'in;arit .Sliannon of New Ycrh: City is visiting thi.s week at the home of her parer:t.s, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shannon. ?.fis,s Shannon is , vacationing from her duties a.s ."^"cretary of the Presbyterian Foreign MLs.siMn Board in Ne-*- York City. Mis. IJ. E. Crowell received a tele- trram yesterday that her brother, Pfc. Oval Hibbs, was killed in action in France. He was previously reported mis.?ing in action since January •!. Pfc. Hibbs was the son of Mr. and Mr.s. Sam Hibbs, formerly of lola. Mrs. ; G. A. Dunwoody went to Kansa,s Citv Sunday to meet her husband. Captain Dunwoody. and to go on with him to Omaha, Ne'or.. for a short visit. She will return home the of the week. Miss Diane Dunwoody is a Kuest of Mls.s Diane Wort hint; ton this weei:. Since 1881 SEALY TUFTLESS MATTRESSES Prc-War Quality and Price S30.50 CURTIS FURNITURE Tire RpcTpnin? and Vnleanlzing : ?i.Tintir Service : On passenger and truck tires —ah work done In Tola. : GUY OLIVER : Vulcanizing and Tread Service : Word has been received here that Mrs. Hemy W. Eyler underwent a maior operation for goiter at Halstead Saturday mo>-ning. Her condition is satisfactory at this time. The number ol her room Ls 322. Ralph Kibbe who has been a medical patient at St. John's hospital, was di>=missed today and taken to his home in Yates Center. Card of Thanks. We -wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, flowers and messages of -sympathy received from : our friends and neighbors during! our recent bereavement in the loss of our husband and father.—Mrs. Chas. Kivett and family. In reporting the death of Vernon V. Olson, grandson of A. L.lOli­ ver and S. E. OLson, last week, j The Register stated that it was thought that his death was caused by heart disease. Later information received by Mr. Oliver in the form of a clipping from the newspaper in^'Visalia, Calif., where the youth died. Is that death was caused from]carbon monoxide as the result of sleeping In a tightly closed room with an unvented gas heater. : I Out of town reiali-.-f.:, .':nd Irkncs who -were liere to a'.lciu! the funeral ! of William Living.ston held Sunday ' were: Mrs. Lutie Livina.ston. ?.Ir.';. j William Livingston, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fralirr, al! oi Garr.itt: So.'. William B, Uviniiston of .Maxwell Field. Ala.. I','. W. D Fallon | of Sidney, Nebr.; Mix. W, U. P.,'-! ton and daUL;i -it.r. .Si-.:jr-jii L '.-r. j Dwiqht Livinaston and Hniriei Livin '_'Rton, all of P.-ir.'-oiis; Miss Lnr.i I Whitmore. Pittsburg: Mr', O P, Arbuckle, Mr,-.. Warrf-:: MrG;.v,-, .Mr, and .Mrs. .Joe -VVl-iii nioi i- a;! >.'. Chaiiule: .md M: . H.}t .)oi)ii.-on of Lallarpn. In recognition of Young People's Week the Humboldt Ministerial Alliance sponsored a union meeting at the Humboid: Presbyterian church last nieht preceded hv a rally and banquet. Dr. Victor Sword of Chi- caTO, III., a returned missionary from India, was the guest speaker. Several delegations from the lola churche.s attended. Pesey Chamber.-;. Carol Cole. Donna Jean V'aur;hn, Shirley Halbe, Barbara Cnut.Tn;. Be-.ty Joan Hoffmeier, Charlotte Crawford. Alvin Knepp. Ma.x .Shellen'oeraer. Jack Schmaus a:id tiie Rev, T, M. Shellenberger w^rit from i;ip Presbyterian church. From ti;e Baptist cliurch the follow- ir.'i people attended: Maxine Lud!um, Elaine .•\':liwell. Dorothy Bunton. Jean Co!li.son. Saliy Ann Co- pe!iin-j. Bill Guniher. Roy Ballard. | Mr.-, .A,i;oi] End.-ley, Mr. and Mrs. i John B!a(ls)ia-,v ,ind the Rev. and Ml-;-, St,a;''" 'l -c .^lMr, norf)ihv Mar- ! ini. F-:T- Tiki:. Mr. .md Mr.s, Earl .•Xiuiiion aiv: th" H',v a;id Mrs. Rob- i rr- 13: r.'.A wer.^ from th.e Trinity i Me:h idi,-:. Bill East, Ronald; Zo !T,-.^ and tlie Rr-v, anrl Mr.s. F, D. ! c;.:!;!!' rf|j:-f-,= ii:i icl i;.i> A^^embly ')!' G 'ld ('niTr;; ailfi Junioi- Wilsim w,',', fi -jir. -i)'' I'niii-d Breihrcti tit I'r;'vliius I'U7.zie BURIED Denver, Jan; 30. A?)—John Rupp, 60-year-old coal yard worker,! underwent a two-hour blackout! beneath 20 tons of coal. Rupper fell Into a loading pit| unnoticed by other workmen. When time came to load, th^ called for him but thought he might have left the yard. Poznan, Poland, called Posen by the Germans, ho Ids, especial interest lor Americans because, m a city square renamed Wilson Park; the 20-foatt high statue seen at right, above, was dedicated to ^tlie memory of Woodrow Wilson: for his leadership in re-establishing Polish independence after World War I.. One of Poland's oldest cities, Poznan is noted for its fine examples of ancient and ultra-modem architecture. At lef,t, above, is the Ratusz, or town hall, rebuilt in 1552, as an exceptionally fine specimen of the Romanesque Ayle'. Militarily, Poznan is a strategic prize for the Red Army, as it is the center of a rail network:connecting Warsaw, Berlin, Breslau and Torun. Ya7ikAiiti -Aircraft Unit Mmhes In Supplies With Its Own Ox Teams BY HAL BOYLE With the Ninth Infantry Division, lilan takes the pot along with him. "We have >io use for the money Jan. 30. ^Delayed),!, (AP).—-'When j hefc, but the guy going home—boy, one' anti-aircralt unit was cut off ! he siu-e can'. use it," explained 8- by j:ieuvy snows and ran out of .sup- I Sgt. Lewis L." Ortlcarri of Bethel, plies it didn't call on the air force | Vermont, to drop fresh supplies by parachute —it: mushed tlifm in with Its owrj ox teams. • , , the "provisional .supply train" of j^.'^.^;" ^^""^ One of the things that burns up ack-ack oullits most Ls to shoot the^76th anli-alrcral,c battalion consisted of two ox-drawn carts. The ranking man on the "ox team special express" was S-Sgt. Albert Rleil of Brooklyn, who had to endure a lot of kidding, from the sideline^ while making his deUveries. "Some of the guys; howl and jeer wh^n oiu- frontier dfiys convoy goes by,'- he said, "but wc get the chow and the mail out—and look at the gaJ: and tires we save." •When Pvt. Henry liartlrig woke up in ^ hospital after a jeep accident he Jiad to talk fast t-o convince the doctors he was not a prisoner or a Geiipian soldier in disguise. He has a marked German accent and his tag was "IPW." Hartwlg finally convinced the hospital authorities that he was strictly GI,i came from New York City and that his dogtag meant "interrogator of prisoners of war," not "one' prisonej: of war." "I tried to yell," Rupp said later. K "going home" pool has been "but my mouth got full of coal dust, started by the 26th> field artlUery So I just waited." battalion's service battery. Each man Finally the big power stovel puts, in 50 cents a .week and the scooped up a load and exposed luc^y soldier selected'to go home for Rupp's head. Rupp said that from then on, it was easy. a 3p-day rest under the new European theater of operations furlough other unit claim credit for a share in the kill. , ' But one ^rhief of section, Sgt. Hadwlck Cepclnik of Albert. W. Va., foiind a good way to keep anyone els^ from muscling in on the credit. Recently axi ME-109 came in low over his 40mm ack-ack gim, was hit just in front Of the cockpit and crashed about half a mile away. The enemy flier 'parachuted mto the woods only i couple of hundred yards from • the gun which had brtiught liim dbwn'. Dispatching two members of his crew to the scene of the crash, Sgt. Cepelnik took off like a bloodhotmd to iind the enemy pilot. A few minutes later his platoon officer. First Lt. Sidney Kessler of Brooklyn, N. Y.. reached the woods and found the' sergeant bending over the in- Af 'FIRST SIGN OF A 666 Cold Preparations as directed USE < U. S. Navol Leader j {uSplHiplb riORJZONTAL 1 i'icnire.I 1,-, S. iia -,-al leader. Admir::! I :::.•:,,:•!'! of i::c Ali.,;:i ;c XAi;^'i:D • i;; Either 14 Recovc;r-l l.T Whirl'.viiid IG Lubricant 15 From 19 Hypothetical structurnl unit 20 Narrow inlet 21 Czar :;3 0ne v.ho mimics 26 Wagers 27 Fountain drinks 29 Upon 30 Military student 31 Birds' homes 33 Digger for coal 34 Fondle 35 Siamese coin 36 Willow twig 38 Equals 41 Stigma 42 Fear 44 Pealed 45 Rescue 46 Individual 49 Dibble 50 Inner Guard (ab.) 51 Chaldean city 52 Symbol for iron 54 Proceed 55 Jumps V.VrvTICAL ! i'!a:n „.:,r;.: 2 Prayer .'\vea'.re 4 Conducted amount Notion 17 Lo.'.d f7 Compass point 20 interpret 7 Symbol for 22 Scr;iping germanium P, Pri:-,co 9 Crin^son You Can Usually Find It At 36 Fruit 37 Rational 39 Peruse 40 Uncivilized 24 Italian river 41 Cook by 2."i Kalf-em direct heat il^i Ridicules 43 Station 10 Ssiuth Dakota 2!) Charger 47 Bitter vetch (ab.) 30ijuoted 48 Removed 11 Lag 22 Steamer (ab.) 51 Upward 12S.rnallest 33 Cartograph 53 Cloth measure 1 2 3 5 b 7 8 10 11 \l 13 m 'A IS ib 13 m Si 20 21 It 23 2S it n lb Pi l'\ 30 32 m iH r 37 31 41 41. '•7 Ha 50 5^ - ' -r •it t35 1 30 FINAL CLEARANCE MEN'S AND BOYS' COATS ^and— JACKETS Look Over These "Super" Values MEN'S S19.85 SHEEPLINE6 COATS $13«99 MEN'S $10.85 MACKlkAWS NOW ONLY .$7.99 BOYS' $10.85 MACKINAWS NOW $7.99 SMALL GROUP MEN'S WOOL PILE LINED, $13.85 VALUES _ JACKETS.. $7 MEN'S TWILL ' PILE LINED COATS WITH ZIPPER $19.85 VALUES $12.99 BOYS' HOODED PILE LINED JACKETS $5.99 $9.85 VALUES ; ALL LEATHER JACKETS . 1/4 OFF !0 TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY jured Gernian pilot. -What are you doing" he a.sked. '•We've shot aown .so many plan&s which other outfits have got credit for, lieutenant, tliat I am making damn certain we don't lose this one," Cepelnik replied. "I am getting this guy to sign a statement. MINER THEATRE Monin, Kansa-s Wed., Thurs., Jan. 31-Feb. 1 Sydney Greenstreet, Emerson Faye, Peter Lorre, In "TIIE MASK OF DEMITBIOS" Shorts News Show.s at 7:30-9:30 Friend-s regret to learn that Mr- H. B. Smith wa.s taken to the S. B. A. hospital, Topeka. Saturday, and that he now Ls in a .serious condition with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vale took Mrs. Smith to lola to the Topeka bus, to be with her husband. We are hoping that .she will find him better. Mrs. Frank Harris, Lucile and Ida Lou spent Sunday at the Bob Harris home, south of town. Mrs. Ciutls Kent and daughter Nina, of Gamett, spent awhile here Friday with Mrs. Walter Lam. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bartlett and daughter Katherine, of lola. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Grumpier. Friends are very glad to know that Mrs. Howard Barnes, who was operated on the second time at the On the paper that Cepelnik had ' "Yf.i i^^^^^ handed the enemy pilot was written Research hospital, Kansas City, a tills: "I swear that the ME-109 I was pUotlng was shot down by the 40mm '^^f*?* week ago, was able to leave the hospital but will not return home for a gun belonging to Section No. 6, Battery D, 376th AAA AW Battalion American Bombers Raid Hachijo .lima 'By the Atiorlsted Prsu) American bombers raided' Hach­ ijo Jlma today In their first attack on the Izu islands 200 miles south of Tokya, Japanese broadcasts reported. Single B-29s made incendlarj' attacks also on Tokyo Sunday night and early this morning, continuing the harassing raids that followed Satiu-day's heavy strike at the Nipponese capital's war industries. Eight sorties were reported Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hurlock gave a dinner Sunday in honor of their .son, B-M 2-c. Ben Hurlock. who Is .spending part of his fiu-lough here. Their guests were MLss Alice Hurlock of Dallas, Texas, Miss Dixie Hurlock of El Dorado, Mrs. George Piles! Ow!! —But He SMILES, Now Be -triae as he waa. Use same formula used by doctora adjunctively at noted Thornton & Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relief of pain, itch, sorene .is. Helps soften and tends to shrink R -welling. Get tube Thoinlon & Minor 's Rectal Ointment—or Thornton & Minor Rectal Suppositories. If not delighted -with this •^dr-TOP.P' -T-'v. lov coat is re'-nded.. At all Kood drug stores everywhere—in Tola, at Cnnakny's and Reynolds' "Pilot to gunner—teacher com- Jng in fast at 3 o'clock!" Bellinger and daughters, Mrs. Ben Hurlock, of Racine, Wis., and the honor guest, B. M. 2-c Ben Hiu-lock. Miss Alice Hurlock of Dallas, Texas, and Miss Dixie Hurlock of El Dorado, have returned to Dallas and El Dorado after a short visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hurlock. Misses Ruth and Mae Wood who are employed in Kansas City, spent the -week-end here with their mother, Mrs. Hattie Wood. The Moran Demon-stration unit will meet February 2. at 2 p. m. with Mrs. H. J. Hurlock. Roll call will be some new vegetable or flower I'm going to plant next year. A lesson will be given on House Management by Mrs. Melvin,Davis and Mrs. E. H. Williams. Later—We are verv sorry to report that Mr. H. B. Qmlth had passed away thLs morning at the S. B. A. hospital, Topeka. Funeral arrangement will be announced later. QUILT PATCHES Another Shipment Just Received, Special 25c RoU RICHARDSON'S Everything for Baby! r QUALITY—PLUS—VALUE Catering to the carriage trade for years—we have the best of 3verything. for baby! Everything fi-om nur.sery needs to complete layette.s — everything budget priced! 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