The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 29, 1944 · Page 3
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lOlA. KANSAS (detavia, Stewart) -James ;LeValley, who Is a patient fit St. John's hospital, is reported to be improving. . Dale Newland and his son. Junior,, fpent Tuesday in Fort Scott and Nevada, Uc., on business for the I Brady Shde store. I ' 3LEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. • O. B. BuiTis of Tulsa, who has" heeii visiting his mother, Mrs. Alta Burns, wUl' return home tonight, l^iss'Helen Marie Burns also spent Christmas with her mother and •With her aunt, Miss Jessie Fry. PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room .of the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bacon and their family returned to their home in Dallas, Tex., Wednesday after spending a few days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bacon and other relatives in Moran. Wallpaper and SewaU Paints LEWIS PAINT STORE Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Baker and their family of Wichita were guests over the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bacon. Mr. Hilton returned to Wichita Wednesday and Mrs. Hilton and children remained here for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Polk of Ssaem, 111., have received word from their son, Pfc. Leo Folk that he has arrived safely somewhere In England. ^HE lOLA REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBEfe 29, 1944. Pickets Out Bright and Early U Ton Mtas ¥onr Besister 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. Miss Fern Miller is here from Kansas City spending the hoUdays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Miller and other relatives and friends. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PRO. 72. Mrs. Winona Ammons has returned to Lawrence, after spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Ingroum. Mrs. Ammons is employed at the Sunflower Ordnance plant. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer "extra" copies of each issue. SuD- scribers 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. Mr. Chris Troutwinc returned yesterday from Evanston, 111., where he spent Christmas with his daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. William Carnes and Karen. j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bacon and j their family have returned to Augusta. Kas.. after spending the past few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Elliott and dsjughter, Carolyn Rose, of Leaven- wrprth, who: have been spending the Itolldays with Mr. Elliott'.s mother, . Mrs. Cora Elliott, returned home vi yesterday. " : Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing : : ;!U-Honr Service : On pissenger and truck tires : : —all work done In lola. GUY OLIVER : Vnlcanizing and Tread Service : Cpl. James Rocers is here from Scott Field. III., sjjending a ten day furlough with his wife and .son. Jimmy, and other relatives and friend.s. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the acts of kindness, cards of sympathy and floral offerings received during the illness and death of our wife, daughter and sister.—Glen Heath and .son, Mrs. Jes-sie Rowdon, Mrs. Geraldine Elarton. Miss Rose Marie Elliott has returned to Phillips University. Enid, Gkla., after spending Christmas Tfflth her mother, Mrs. Cora Elliott. ' Mrs. John Dial returned to her | home in Caldwell, Kas., today after \ si >ending .:the holidays here visiting I her nieces, Mrs. Dale Newland, Mrs. I James Rogers, and her nephews, j Kenneth iAbell and Charles Frantz. 1 Miss Lissa Armaco.st of Kansas City is here spending the holidays at the home of her brother, Bruce Armacost and Mrs. Armacost. Other guests at the Armacost home the fir.st of the week were Mrs. Pearl Menzie. Alice Menzie. Miss Amy Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf of Neosho Palls. ENJOY CHRISTMAS 1945 in a home of- your own. . . . We'll help yoii realize that joy. . . . Come ih' and learn about our plan for home ownership which is simple, economical and safe. We'll be -glad to ;explain. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gould arrived Thursday from Den »E ,~X!olo., for a visit with Mrs. Gould's- parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. ^3uinn. Mr. Gould has been transferred from Denver j U) Houston, Texas, as field engineer j for Sealed Power Corporation and i Mrs. Gotild will remain here for a ' nionth. "He takes his bath wrillingly since I started calling it amphibious training!" May You Have a Full Year of Happiness in 1945 A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY AND MARKET Corner Second and Lincoln Phones 292-291 We DeUver —Park and Shop— Oranges. Texas juicy, dozen 35c Grapefruit. Seedless. 6 for 29c •Summer Girl Corn, cream' style, can He Sardines. Oil, 3 for 25c Welch Grape or Orange Marmalade, 1 lb. jar 25c Soya Gold Egg Noodles, pkg 15c Gold Medal Flour, 25 lb. sack. $1.15 Lee Cat.sup, bottle 23c Hemo, jar 59c Porto Rican Ynm Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs 15c Turnips. 3 lb.s 10c New Beets, bunch 9c BroccoUi. lb 19c Tomato Juice. 46 oz. can 28c U. S. Cocktail Juice. 46 oz. can..34c Macaroni 2 lb. pkg 19c Morton's Sugar Cure 69c Lamb Patties, each ; 5c Veal Stew, lb 19c Veal Shoulder Steak, lb ....29c Pranks, pure meat, lb 33c Spare Ribs, lb 23c Sauer Kraut, 2 lbs 15c Dried Beef, pkg.- 22c Biscuits, carton 10c Velveetft Chee.se, 2 lb. box 75c Norwegian Spice Cheese, lb 55c Sausage, country style, lb 35c Smoked Sausage, lb 40c Pure Bulk Lard, 2 lbs 35c Hens, Guineas and Bakers Mr. and Mrs. Otis WUhite of Humboldt were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Ingroum over the holidays. Mrs. Wilhite is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ingroimi. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends for their deeds of kindness and expressions of sympathy at the time of our dear father's death.—The family of N. L. Ard. Miss Maureen Abts, who has been spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Abts. wUl return to Lawrence Sunday to continue her work at the University of Kansas. BEDROOM SUITES 4-Piece ModemlsUo $99.50 CURTIS Fli^NITURE Sgt. and Mrs. Willard Charles Hopper and children .Margaret, Patricia, and Willard Jr., of Trinidad. Colo., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hopper, parents of Sgt Hopper. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Mrs. Dan PajTie has received word of the death of her'sister, Mrs. Ella BLsscl of Lakln, Kas., on December, 26. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of All Types. Large and Medinm Rockers SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE PAGE THREE .' MORAN, Dec. 29— Mrs. Bethena Baker has receded word that her ^husband. Staff Sergeant rBUl" 'iSaker has arrived safely in France. ; Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Watson from Wichita, were here Wednesday looking after thehr farm just edst of Out bright and early despit> temperature hovering around zero mark union w'orkers of Montgomery Ward and company properties in Chicago form picket line as they parade in front? of company buil(jing on Chica:go Avenue. Strike started because company listused to obey WLB directives.—(NEA Telcphoto.) JjBwn. Miss Rozella Deines is assisting in jihe Slaughter agency. ^ Mrs. Roy Ra\jflings and children •who have been ^t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milt iHawlings retiumed \o their home ih the east pirt of town yesterday. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ecklar, were vTuesday afternoon callers of Mrs. Gertrude Baker, < Mr. and Mrs^ Roy Hurley and ,Miss Eva Hurley returned from "Pratt Tuesday ejvening after a visit ,with Mr. and IMrs. John Hurley. ^ Their little granddaughter, Linda ! Lee, accompanieid them home; That ievening they were all supper guests [ of Mrs. Elizia Hessson and Miss Mag- Tgie McGtdre. t Miss Irma Winthrop from- Kan- tsas City, who has been a guest of I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurley: since Mrs. Esther McKenna, principal of Jefferson school, was taken to Lakeside hospital .Kansas City, Mo., last night for an emergency operation. She is seriously ill. family spent'Wednesd.iy cvrxiir.g at the Ralph Sherrill hon^o Sclinol Notes , Our school p .-ivo a Cl -'r.'si m is ' proqram Friday eveninc. Tli.'? mu.sic . ^ . was furnish?.! by the Fdwa«i .s sis- ^rs- Eloise E. Hhoads was born on ters and Mrs. R. B. Cantiil, all of a farm near Moiiok, IllinoLs, Augu.st lola. The program was enjoyed by lo, 1869. She can»e with her parents, all. wit|i a Christnias tree ai:d ex- j^^^ ^^Ibin Ramsey, to change; of gift.s. Befrpshi7if>nt.s of ,, . , ' . , pie, sandwiches, cookies and coff..o -^""^ county when six years of age,; were served. where the rest of her life was .spent. Cur .sch.iol will .-J.iri :ii ;;iiu .J:inii- She was united in in.-irringc to ary 2. ; . , .lohii Rliiiad:; in March, 1897. To tliLs ijnif )ii a dauchtei' and .son were born. Hazel who iia-ssed away at the age of ^ix years, and: Cecil who died at the ace of three: In r:irly fife lilio was confirmed into the Dutch'Reformed church MLss'Martha K.itlirvn Rowden :ind was a fpithlul member <is long was born on September lOI'i. in ;is the cluin .li w',i .s active in lola. lola. Kansas. .She- cracaMt' d from On February 12. 1933, .she united the lolii high .sch «ol. Early in iUe \\[ih the Trinity Metliodist church, she joined the First Baptist churcli. lola. Kansa .s. where her membership She ':was united la miirriage to remained to deaiii. Mr. Glenroy Hceth oh Peb-uary 7. siie passed away at Port Scott. 1937, and made lola her residence Kansas, on Decemoer 20. at the age until she passed • away I>;cember of 75 years, 4 months and 10 days. 14. 1944. i She made her liome in and around She leaves her hu .sbanri. Mr. Glen- lola ever since the death of her hus- roy Heath, and .sc.Sn Williaui Glen, band 17 years a :go. age 3; her mother. Mrs. Jessie Row- She is survived^by one brother and den: 'one sister.^ Mrs. Geraldinr. j two si.sters, Joe Ramsey of Santa Elartoh; and ma )iy relatives and Cru/,. Cahf., Mr."--, Emm.i Runyon of friends.' Manhattan, Kansas, and Mrs. Ma'^' Kie Porter of loh;. Kansas. Also .sev- Ailstralia-Thrre was no Vest for ^'-''l nieces and nephews. Red Cro.ss workers at- ai^ Army rest home recently when 10 soklier.; in a row reported fa Hint; from thf Tuesday night, accompanied Miss Eva Hurley to Kansas City today, (Thursday). . Ir Mrs. Ernest Helms was very hap^ ~ ' ^ " ' ipy today to receive a call from her Cottontail rabbits are hares, ana i son, Cpl. Rex Helms~Twho has been Beigian hares are rabbits. (.overseas, wounded in action and has been In a hospital there for some time) that he had landM safely in the States, 'was In Mftssa* chusetts, and expected to be home next week. His wife and baby from Chahute, will return home today after spending ChrUtmas here. Dinner guests of Mrs. Gertrude Baker Monday •were Mrs. Myrtle Mattocks, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Baker and famlly, - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bowen, Mrs. Katherine Cahalen and Miss Edith Lantz, lola. Sgt. Marvin Baker and O. R. Baker. Afternoon callers were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Orlffitts and daughter. Virginia, Pt. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mattocks and son, Jackie, Kansas City and Mrs. Clarence Cook and children. The many friends of one of our pioneers, Mr. Joe Reade. were very much grieved to learn that he had suffered a stroke and was In a very critical condition at this time. His daughter, Mrs. Clarence Houk Is assisting In caring for him. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jackson were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reynolds and daughter Judy, Mrs. Dollle Reynolds their daughters. Miss Bemice Jackson, of Chicago, and Mrs. Mary Bardwell of the home. Miss Bemice Jackson's school friend, Mrs. Robert Patterson and son Marvin, from LaCygne, are here for a visit before Bemice leaves for Chicago, where she Is employed. The Junior Red Cross, Egyptian equivalent of the American Jimlor Red Cross, was organized on the birthday of Princess Ferial, oldest daughter of King Farouk. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Guests over the Christmas holidays of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laver of Elsmore were: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Folk and their children of Salem, 111.: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Folk and their family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Folk and son, all of lola: Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meadows and daughter of Centralia, 111.: Mr. and Mrs. Buzz Folk of Coffeyvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Leford Folk and children of Tyro, Kas.: Mrs. Mary Boyer of Gas City, and Mrs. Leo Folk and children of Salem, 111. TANGY TIDBIT So rare and pi,-ized was pepper at the saddle holdinfj the rein.-, in .my mouth :and shooting this ^^ jy' with both Iwnds. my .darn i-one must have gone over a bnmp." REE TO THE FIRST BABY BORN IN ALLEN COUNTY IN 1945 Prize of $5.00 in Infant's Wear • Plt'a .sL' report time of arrival to our Kiddie Kute Klothes Shop. • III ca.so of a tie ar the birth of twins duplicate prize will be awarded. Kiddie Kute Klothes Shop RICHARDSON'S Miss Duron Ingroum of Topeka, is here spending the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Ingroum. MLss Ingroum has resigned lirr po.silion in the State Board of Health laboratories and accepted a lx)sition as .stenographer and book- j keeper for the Hawthorne Supply company. U. S. Army Leader AiiKwrr fn I 'revioiiM I 'uxxlc JFT HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured U. S. Army leader, , Jr. tlie Sixth Corps of • 13 Dined 14 TulTels 15 Sorrow 16 Marriefl 17 Sorrel 18 Born 19 Priht measure 8 Vase 21 Senior (ab.) n Steamship VERTICAL 1 Legislation 2 Indian .1 Gianted 4 And (Latui) f) Neither 6 Pairs 7 Erect 22 Him 23 Paradise 25 Ripped 27 Measure of area 28 Toward 2D Note in • Guido's scale - 30 Like 32 Measure of clofh 34 Tantalum (symbol) 36 Italian river . 38 Upward 39 News paragraph 41 Huiries 43 Laughter, sound 44 Manuscript (ab.) 46 Tellurium (syinbol) 47 Exist 49 Roster 51 Tub 54 Spoil 55 Lose 'weight 57 Make a mistake 5a He commands fab.) 10 One who pos .'icsscs 11 Pedal dicit 12 Golf device 20 Encountered 22 Torrid 23 ICrbium f symbol) ? 11 21 IT FIT 5 .r 15- 24 Negntivo 2.'S Tuncsfcii (ab.) 2r, .Sodiiiri-i fsymhnl) '.•7 Hiah cird .'tl Drink slowly :v.i lyong lsl;ind (ab.) .^4 Bcvcrncc .-In Exist :if) Pair (ab.) :i7 Not in .-58 Wo •10 At that place 42 At no time 4} Style 4.5 Daze 47 Amount (ab.) 48 Cheer •19 Reverend (ab.) 50 Perform b2 Provide with u-capons Attempt 55 Musical note 56 Exclamation 1 55 it M m W5 50 i ft 31 4b 18 1. i5T io 31 More than 80 Ainerirnn R-d fro.--:; clubmobilP .s and, 294 rlubnrjhil- workers from t'hr Britisli Is^cs have been ii-ssiirned to • serve Atnerican troops :on the European continent. Si ELM CREEK The writer of these items wishes all a prosperous New Year. Christmas day guests at the Elmer Chriestensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crawford, Roy Crawford and family, Victor Chriestensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Beckman. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beckman and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Knole and Mr. and Mrs. Starkbaum. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. 'Wemmer of Va.ssa. Kas.. were Saturday night guests at the home of Mrs. 'Wemmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl •Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherrill, Bob and David were Sunday visitors at the Elmer Conover home in lola. With the pond frozen the boys are enjoying the pleastu-e of skating. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright and family were Christmas day dinner guests at the Roy Wright home in lola. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rose and family were Sunday visitors at the George Rose home south of La- Harpe and Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greathouse who live .southwest of lola. Mrs. Ora Hutton, south of Ga.s City, was a last Sunday caller at the home of her brother, August Schiefelblne, and sister Mrs. Minnie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Snavely who were recently manled were given a charivari Thursday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chriestensen. Christmas ^dinner guests at the John Sherrill home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherrill and sons and their grandson Max Sherrill of Wichita. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Lavisa Sherrill, Wichita, Mrs. Fannie Taylor and grandchildren, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Allen. Miss Leona Chriestensen is on the sick list. Vivian Tice and her brother Martin had a birthday celebration Friday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hayes, Mrs. Ella Gramley and Mrs. Zelma Hayes. • Christmas day dinner guests at the Homer Tice home were: Mr. and Mrs. H. 6. Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tice. Christmas callers at the J. S. Overmeyer home were Fannie Coltrane and grandson, Mrs. Kelsey Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hel- derbrant. Christmas dinner guests at the August Schiefelblne home and his sister Mrs. Minnie Edwards were: Mr. and Mrs. Charley Monninger and Mary Lou Puller and Fred Schiefelblne. Mr. and Mrs. EOmer Conover and mEfnoRieis ililTH PERSOilRLITIJ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING enrfria Marble Wc pride f )urs(,lvc5 on fiiinishing our customers with nicinorsalswirh personality —approprt .iic designs, i of dignity and-grace, with due rc- ; gard to the pl .icc c.ich is to occupy, i and the name r :uli hears.. I The various'(iiotifs used in me- morifjl design —the Cross, rirn, Shaf?,_ Column, Suiu'i.ii, etc., ;ill have their jyw &«//V nicanings, .-mrl ^ our Experienced dcsigncr..s know- how to use th^csc symbols in ihc : creation of a filing design. Call by our studio and sec the i manj' beautiful memorials, of all sizesand types, we have oa^display. WILLIAMS Monument Works Have you anything around the house you would like to trade or sell? Try ei Classified Ad. The cost is only a few cents and there are probably a lot of folks looking for just whatever it is you no longer have use for! Telephone 18 Classified Ads Get Results AUTHORlZEDf OF ' DEALER.

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