The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 4, 1945 · Page 3
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 4, 1945
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lOLA, KANSAS THEJOLA REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1945. PAGE THREE (Octavia Stewart) Mrs. Claude. Rook was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday where she underwent surgery. Col. Frederlclc G. Apt has returned to the Army Air Forces Headquarters at St. Louis, Mo., after spending the holidays visiting his wife and I other relatives. j John Collln.s of Plqua, who Is a medical patient at St. Johns hospital is improviiig. Lt. H. M. Stephenson who is tta- j tioned at San Dlefjo. Cam.. Ls here spending his l^ave visliing his wifs. Gary Cooper. 4tyear-old son oi Mr. and Mrs. Wl|llnm D. Cooper, underwent an cmei-gcncy apij^ndec- tomy at St. John's of the week. hospital the first MACHINE QUILTING Maymc Kprthcutt 420 East ! Monroe Cadet Elizabeth Shnnahan hius returned tn Ttilsa. Okla.. after spena- InK several days here "^'ith her parents. Mr. and M.*?. T. K. Shnnahan and their familv. Cadet Shanahan is training at ilie School of Nurslns there. Wallpaper and SewaU Paints LEWIS PAINT STOKE Humboldt Ne\^s I SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. Miss Charlotte Chambers returned to Godfrey, III., last night after .spending the holidays with her parents, r>r. and Mrs. A. R. Chambers. Miss Chambers Is a student at the Monticello College. Mrs. Herbert Ihae has returned' Dal-^ N^wland returned homi to her home in St. Paul. Minn. I Tue.«dav nicht from Nevada. Mo., after spending the holidays here and Port .Scott. Kas.. where he had visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent several days auditing the B. D, Smith. Brady and Family Shoe Store books. Miss Shirley Hoyt. who has been here spending the holidays with her i parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hoyt. ; returned to Monticello College, God- | frey. 111., last night. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of All Types. Large and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE 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. Card of Tltanks. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness, ex, pressions of sympathy and beauti- ' f ul flowers diuing the sickness and at the death of our beloved mother I and grandmother. — Mr Chester I Grow, his brother, sister and nephew. i Lt. (jg) Robert Jones arrived ! home last night for a 15-day leave I with his wife and their family, and i other relatives. Lt. Jones has spent i the past eight months in the Carib- jbean Sea area. I SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. ; Miss Ruby Hick.s has returned to . lier work at Ur. Simmons" office lofier spending the past ten days in I Taylor. Mo., where she vi.'^iled her I parents, Mr. Mrs. William Hicks. Francis Bremer, who is in a hospi- [ tal in KarLsas City. Mo., is reported 1 to be in a. critical condition. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME— 36. MrS- W. E Limes h,is received — ; word thaf her hu.<bi>nd. Pvt. Limes, .Mr. and Mrs. AI Nash have re- now .stationed at Camp Fannin. •jiimed horrfe from Oklahoma Citv. i^cx. Pvt. Limes was inducted into • 4)kla., where they spent the hoUdays , the army December 18, at Ft. Leav- visiting friends. j j enworth. The Rev. Joseph and Mrs. Young and their children of Garden City spent a few days this week as gues;s in the home of the Rev. Arthiu- Benzinger and hLs family.. Mrs. Florence L. Grow -.vas born in Buffalo. N. Y.. (,n February -5.. 186C, and pa.ssfd awav ai iier himir i in lola. Kansas. Noveinljfr 1. Vj-i\ i at the age of 8% years 8 months and ' 28 days. She was married at ATc- , costa, Michigan. February 1.5. 18£J. to. Martin L. CJrowwho died in in 1934. To this union were born six children. Surviving' i'.er are twjfj sons, one dauthter. onf -rr.'inrl; on.j and two brotners—one oi Tb.e broiii-j ers followed hf'r in death tv.-.j days; later. j She lived in LaHnrp" ;''iy)u: J.51 j'ears before comin; ro loin in 19??. She belonged to the Chri,-t:.;n fhurrh but was unable to attend in hpv Ja-t .vears. She always h.^.d. ':vy.vvvr. realization the spiritun! was more important tlian Ir.p j^hyiical. ;JESUS Follow, children, in mv .-\p;i--. In the pathway, I liave iv-n. Up the winding, sjjivnl ro.iriv. .iv. To the Glori' we cail G'.ri . There Is nothi.'^g tii'.t c;!:i i'.;>:ii! y.u. If your faith in God is w:-.:ile. His Divinity enfolds ym;. Mind and" Brrdy. Sp::il. HUMBOLDT. Jan. 4.—.Mrs. Bessie C:unpbe!l. con;.m;V.nder of the Bob Prrry Post; United Suites .^rmy Mothers club. jjiresUied over the meeting of the f!u_b whlrh was held at tlip L'tjinn lu-f on Tuesday nit;ht. P;a::s were m;(de for a visit of Mrs. Piier-iDii. na'ifina! adjutant, cn n.-'Xt Tluirsday evening. Following- the nv-.-ting Mrs. Campbell served coffee and wafers to, Mrs. Cora Magill. Mrs. Ray Cgrd. M.-s. Ferd Palstring. Mrs. M:if Btrty. Mrs. F.lwood My^^f. Mr. Ennris Tillman, and Mrs. PYank Lind'^cy. ?.'r-. .I(ie Sterling of Ida spent Tijesday evening here with her hus- br.r.d's paror.'s, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. ^^'"rlina and with his sister Miss J.Tarvfranklin Sterling. ?.'is=; Marilyf: McGrew of Shor»- '.vncfj HilW. Ari:. js the house gue^t <.f >.!r. .ilid Mrs. .]. 1.. Johnson, bav­ in-.: :if-ompanifd shem home from a '. i-.i' th>-re. • , Mrs. E. N. Hi!!- went to Kan.^as Ci-v yp.^tfnJay to take her grand- r'.ar.'jh'fr. Crircl .^nn. who had been a •-•]'••,<. in thf(r hnmf over the holi- jTwo More Germ ;in iWar Prisoners Escape Dressmaking. Ladies made from mens styled and repaired . 219 North Third. Mrs. W. P. McPadden, who was taken to St. John's tailored suits suits. Furs re. Mrs. Pearson IPhone 781.—adv If Yon Mws Your Register Phone R between 6:00 p. m., and 7.00 p tn. Only one delivery can be made and that Ls after 7 p. m. PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room of the liome .SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE hospital Sunday for medical treatment. rem .ains about, the same. Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing 24-Hour Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Vtilcanlzing and fTread Service Mr. and .Mrs. Lvnn Runer will return to their home in Los Angeles. Calif, .tomon-ow. Mrs. Runer has -•ppnt the past .several months here vi<;iting with h^r father. Dr. A. B. Twadpll. Mr. Runf-r came for the holidays to vLslt his parents. Mr. .iiid Airs. Mark Runer and other relatives. i Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hadley from i Ontario. Calif., are visiting Mr. Had: ley's mother. Mrs. Charles Hadley I his sLster and brother, Mrs. Henry Shuster and James Hadley. and their families this week. Phoenix. Jarf. 4. '.AP' — German" prL<oi-ers of Papago Park n-ris^in f,-in;p are at Iihr-:y. br:r..;:r.g total missiii,- \-i'-,(f- -i-.. cape iif 2.T wlif*. f;;!r.. 1 (lUt of flic c,(i^;("i C!i:i '.'i: The late.-^t 'n t --c.\'>-- brothers. Hor.'t a:yi R': who walked o_,it f.f a c where thcv we^e work.n.c: Eii'iit <.f fhr^ orui:; 2. capcd have b'M-n ic.:i;)''U Oerm.'ii; ph : [/,•:• over London J';' .^l:< wi -cl-:. : ' concentrated ,Tir bli'.'; or. .'':ore rbc Mr. .ir.'i Mr;-. W. T Garvie havt I--', irifnrmfd that their .son. Sg:. C m -r'.-o fVarvi.^- wa~ slightly wounded I m .:(ti-]:i in Oerma.nv on December llT. .Si-r c;;irvi,- furnished a beauti- t':! p. i:'5<--i-i:'. for the altar of the r :r->l-v:,:! c!;ur;ii f;>r the , w liii) ^rr\i':r or, Chri.stmas 1'.'- X.rr n ^hprx Costello and her ria-.:-j:'.tf:- Ijiv.j^p have returned Ui ;r h ine at Chicka-ha. Okla.. alter Isit h.ere v-'ith her parents. ?.Ir. and Mrs. William Fields. She was joined here by Mrs. E. H. Fields of Coffeyvyie. AH have returned lo their homes. Miss Terry Booth has returned U: Wichita aft «r a visit here with her • grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Bert I Clark. Mrs. Clara McGrew was thrilled on !*ew Year's day to receive word ' I from her son. M-Sgt. Richard Mr-' ' Grew, in San Francisco, .saying ho' would be home in a few days. S;-'t. | McGrew has spent the past 3;-i ^ .months i:i tlie South Pacific. H-; j wa.': Inducted Into military serv'ce on | October 1. 1941. anrl was sent shortly i to the .South Pi'.cific. where he has 1 remained for nearly three years. Mrs. Harlan Taylor of Tola was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. ' J. L Johnson on Tuerday. She came : to visit her granddaughter. Miss | M-arihn McGrew of Shorewood Hilk;. j •Ark. \ Mr. and Mrs. Eny Myers of To- ! pej^a. formerly of Humboldt, were: _ t hnlleo to have received a New 1 ' Year's gift of a dozen roses frum ] to relieve stuffiness, invite Sleep - if nose fills up Ibniqht their son. T-4 Joseph Myers, who is -serving in the Armed Forces in Germany. "Straight-Talk" Session On Foreigh Pplicy Wa^nrngton, Jan. 4. (AP)—Amid sigrts that wants more information on loreign policy, Secretary of State (Stettinius and Senator Connally .(D.-Tex.), arranged today a straight-talk session on International problems. Connally, wl>o is chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, expected to learn at the meeting where the administration stands on some current International questions. In return, he planned to give Stettinius a summary of what he considers is the senate majority's attitude on such problems as European boundary decisions and steps to be taken to organize for future peace. Their session may be followed later by a conference between President Roosevelt. Connally and possibly other legislative leaders. It's wonderful how a httle 'Va-tro-nol up each nostnl relieves stufiy transient congestion. Also relieves distress of head colds! Follow directions in folder. ¥SCICS VAf RO-NOI. JilST ARRIVED! • BOYS' LONG SLEEVE KNIT POLO SHIRTS TOM SAWYER MAKE Sizes 2 years to 12 years $1.00 GLOBE CLOTHING CO. Lsh capital in. J940. Dennis Ewing of Bush City was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday where "--he is receiving nieol- cal treatment. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME— 36. Pvt. Walter E. Smith is here from Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Md.. on an 18-day furlough [visiting his par- | ents, Mr. and' Mrs. JB. D. Smith. Rudolph Kat/er of Greeley under. went surgery at St: John's hospital Tuesday. NOTFCK ; Your Ctiristmas Savings must be .* start «d by Januaijy 15th; if you Itake advantage of; our offer. . . . Come In and let jus explain—no obligation. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. 'Frank Flack has accepted a position with the Perham Clothing dompany and began his work Tuesday. • Miss Elizabeth Lee .^pt. wiio is aj student at the Monticello College. I retiu-ned to Godfrey, III., last night i after spending the hoUdays here' with her parents.: Col. and Mrs. | Frederick Apt. and other relatives BEDROOM I SUITES 4-Piece ModemI<rtio $99.30 CURTIS Fm .MTURE Mrs. Sumner Geiphman returned last night from Kansas City, Mo, where she has been! visithig her par- ehU, Mr. and Mrs. jA. Wcisberg. Her mother, who is in General hospital With a broken hip,; is getting along as well as can be exi>ect<>d, according to Mrs. Geiphman. Now Manv Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort . FA8TEETH, a pleasant alkaline (lion'-acld) powder, hold.s false teeth ; more firmly. To eat and talk In \ aiorw • comfort, just, sprinkle a little • FASTEETH on your plates. No gum/my, gooey, pa.sty. taste or feeling Checks "plate odor" ' denture breath). Get J^ASTEETH at any drug store. "Leto" Relieves "Gum" Discomfort You can not look, nor expect to feel your best \ with irritated "GUMS."—Druggists refund money If "LETO'S" fails to satisfy.— Reynolds Drug Stdre. What To See In Kansas City More fun in '45: Hotel Continental '5 Omar' Room. Skeets Light at piano; Penguin Room. J supper - dancing. : Chlqulta and Girl j Band: Saturday, night dancing. Sky-Hy Roof, Dee Coiullney's orchestra . . . Russian Ballet, Fritschy | Concert series, Tuesday evening. January 9. Music Hall . . . Don Cossaicks chorus. Town . Hall attraction. Monday evening, /•January 15. Musiq Hall . . . Alex- Vsnder Murray, violinist. Philharmonic guest artis^, Tuesday-Wed- needay evenings. Music HaU radio dramatist. January 16-17, Rex Stout, author- iCenter Cultural «erle^, Monday evejnlng, Januarj 22, ' Music Hall . . . EJxhibitlon Kansas City Camera cliibj photography as art. Nelson GaUery, beginning Sunday, January 7.—Betty B. CITRUS JUICES STILL POINT FREEI Grapefruit Country Club 0 Sweetened 46-oz Can 33c Grapefruit Unsweetened • Tasty 46-oz. Can 30c Citrus • •. • Blended Orange ^and Gr?pefruit . 46 -OZ. Can 45c Orange. • • Sunfilled Good for You 46-oz. Can 47c Syrup • • • • Karo ,Dark P Lb. > Jar 3Sc Cocoa•••• ^ Hershcy's /2 Cait. 10c Eaisins . • • Market Day ^Sprriiil Lb it Bas 27c Beans•..• Great NoiH.hrrn ( Large Navy 4 Bag 39c Spaghetti • Dinner ^ Country Club Pu -K Pkg. 25c Hice • • • • • Water- Maid »^ Lb. ik Box 20c Oatmeal • • Quaker Quick or Reg. « Lb. J Box 27c Ealston • •. .'-^luedded Pkg. 11c SPOTLIGHT HOT D.\TED Coffee 59c 3 Lb. Bag COUNTRY CLUB F.\.\CY Tomato Juice Can lie CMEJESE • • • • CHEESE BEEF•• • • • FISH NO POINTS Rosefish 29c Whiting 28c Shrimp ... lb. 37c Whiting 14c OYSTERS Daisy Cream Longhor.i Ground Lb 39c Lb 33c Lb 23c Chuck Grade A ROAST lb. 25c Pork ROAST lb. 30c ..')()-l.h. ijair $2.05 SAVE 2Sc{o60con 25 lbs. DOUBLE YOUR MONEY Bf.CK GUARA.NTEED! r.MB.A.S.SV FRESH GFvOl Nl) eanut Butter 2 % 43c DEL MONTE TOM.VTO CATSUP i4-Ouncp Bot-!e M%» (30 P"in-j;' SWIFTS BL.\M) LARD 3 ry ;::,5Sc' Ft .ORin.A WUV ORANGES 8 '-^l:r "67c MAR .Sft .SF.KDLK.^S Grapef rilit 10 ^^-g 45c REI» TRUMPIl' POTATOES 10 "'Br :-^"43c I". S. Nl"). 1 KI SSKT POTATOES For Baking - 10 ^^g^'^ 50c RADISftES Imch. «c CARROTS --2 bnch. 17c TO.MATOES lb. cart. 20c CELERY'Pascal Jb. l-k Emperor GRAPHS lb. 2oc Red-i-Ripc PEARS - lb. 1.1C Iceberg Head LETTUCE lib. Kk GoldPn Orlicy APPLES I 2 lbs. 21c RKI) EEAHS IhChiM \ 27c 'eariat Matter . .Jar •37s GREEN BEANS Scpiare Meal No. 2 fan DRIED Peaehes Standard.s ^flt^^ 1 Pound 1 Pound FROM FENMNGTON AND CUT-RATE MARKETS End Cuts Pork Chops Pork Roast I Steak ... See£ • • • Meafy^ . _ i.h. 34c lb 30c Grade A Loin ROGER MaJU...;— — ..I Lb 38c Lh 20c 28c Mince Meat p.uik Beef Roast; <.rad. A . Lb. 30c Lard • • • • Luik.. 2 Lb.<. 35c CelOry, Lettuce, Mangoes, Grapes, Toma- toe^, Carrots, Cabbage, Apples, Sweet Po- tat(|es. Cauliflower, Spinach, Radishes, Onions. Pears • • • Dried 1 Lb. 31c Pudding . Royal -.2 For 15c Corn . . . • Style _ - 2 Cans 25c Apple Butter • ?ar"°_" 85c Bran Flakes . •OK. -3 For 20c Honey . . • r 69c B^rk-Beans 2 ^ans' 29c Potted Meat • • sfze... 2 For 25c Beans • • o ^^pfnt^^'.^. 3 ^bs. 27c catsup .. Btur._...... 20c Syrup . . . Ga ^:i;"A.... 46c Syrup . « Dark, 2, I'/a-lb. jans 35c Marmalade . . • Citrus 2 20c SWITCH TO White Goose LOUR I And Your Baking Troubles Will Be Over. You'I! ]ik2 the light, fine flavored Bread this Flour make.s —a 'l .so Cake.s, Pastries and anything where a Top Quality Flour i.~ Tieeded. .50-Lb. Sack S2.19 25-*Lb. Sack SLIO Ask Y6ur Neighbor What She Thinks of White Goose JERSEY CREAM ;50-Lb. Bag 25-Lb. Bag 9Sc Dressing Salad Or SANDWICH SPREAD Holsum, Pint 24c BAKED BEANS Van Camp's No. 2 Can 2 For 33c Model & lola Cut-Rate

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