The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 9, 1945 · Page 3
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1 TOLA, KANSAS (Octavia Stewart) Lt. and Mrs. WlUiam L. Howard are spending a few days here visiting Mrs. Howard's mother, Mrs. Ruth Gard and other relatives. Lt. Howard is being transferred from Denlson, Tex., to Tallahassee, Fla. Wallpaper and SewaU Faints LEWIS PAINT STOEE Royal Cox spent the week-end here visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox and other relatives. NOTICE Your Christmas Savings must be started by January 15th. if you take. advantage of our offer. . . . Come in and let us explain—no obligation. SECUEITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. Mrs. Andrews Sebbert of Humboldt was admitted to St. John's hospital Saturday where she underwent surgery today. Miss Eleanor Stewart spent last night In Humboldt as the guest of Mrs. Gordon Larson. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. 1. Mrs. C. L. Washburn spent' yes.> terday in Kansas City on business. Miss Eleanor Stewart has resigned her position at the Schell Appliance store and has accepted a position at the REA. She will start her work tomorrow. Gas Radiants And Cias C 'irrulators Bring Ration Certificate W. H. WOOD Fl'R.NITl'RE Mrs. E. H. Finley, who has been spending the past nine months in Ban Bernardino. Calif., returned to her home in lola Friday. P.W.'s Pinup Pretty Nancy Reid, Evanston, 111., has the unique distinction of being selected as the most beautiful of the sweethearts of American prisoners - of - war interned at Of- lag 64 In Germany. Her photo was submitted by Lt, John E. Glendinning, right, York City, one of the thousands of officers being held at the camp. Mrs. Hazel Curtis returned home from Kansas Cily Sunday night after spending the past month visiting her son. Bob Curtis and his family, and her daughter, Mrs. Jack Shatto, and her family. If Yon Miss Your Register 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. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crawford of Kansas City, Kas., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Middleton in LaHarpe and other relatives and friends here. Mrs. Crawford is a sister of Mrs. Middleton. PICTURES Beliglons, Floral for any reom of the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE A. R. Murphey spent yesterday in Kansas City on business. Mrs. Dean Norman and daugliter, Diane, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Anderson, went to Chanute today to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Norman, parents of Mr. Norman. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Creason have received word that Irene Mills, Crea- .son has been promoted from second lieutenant to first lieutenant. She Is stationed somewhere in England and Ls the wife of First Sergeant C. B. Creason, who Is in Germany. Mrs. Staley C. Maple received v^ord today that her husband has been promoted from seaman first cla.ss to Radar's Mate third class. : Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing : : 24-Hour Service : : On passenger and truck tires : —all work done in lola. : ; GUY OLIVER : : Vulcanizing and Tread Service : Mrs. Laura Hough has received a telegram lellinsr of the death of lier sister, Mr.s. Grace Van Neman, in Bakersfield, Calif., Sunday. Mrs. Van Neman formerly lived in lola and was employed for many years in the Richardson Dry Goods store. Her brother, Pred Baker, also hves in Ida. Hot, cold and machineless permanents, Thurs. and Fri., 'Wolf's Beauty Shop. Pho. 905. Mable Henson.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Endsley announce the birth of a son born Saturday at Wichita. The baby weighed seven pounds and seven ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Endsley are former residents of lola and still own their home here. Mr. Endsley Ls at the present employed at the Boeing Aircraft. 9 't OCCASIONAL CHAIRS : Of AH Types. : Large and Medium Rockers : SLEEPER FURNITURE : STORE i Mrs. Anna McElwain received a letter from her grand.son, T. Sgt. Charles L. Sample yesterday, telling of the bountiful dinner which I he service men received at Red Cross headquarters "somewhere in England" on Christmas day. "It was just like home," Sgt. Sample insisted, "except for the fact that one missed his family." Finnish President -a Anxwer <a Prevloim Panic; . HOBIZONTAli 1 Pictured , Finnish president, Baron Carl Gustaf 9 Type of molding 10 Jar 11 Peel 13 God of love 16 Roster 19 Dined ITJ Public notices 22 Meadow 23 Universal language 24 Be quiet! 25 From 26 Rv /Ugh lava 28 New Mexico (ab.) 29 Church part 31 Transaction 33 Interpret 35 Substitutes 36 Be unsuccessful 38 Existence 39 Former Rus-j sian ruler *42 Either 43 Therefore 45 Myself 46 Palm lily 47 Steal 49 *Wand 50 Pitcher ; 52 Cijpola :53 Lamprey [55 Narrow inlet 56 Health resort 5? Addend VERTICAL 1 Greater quantity 2 Era 3 Compass point 4 Require 5 Multitude 6 Cloth measure 7 Ailing 8 Letters 11 Brazilian state 12 On top of 14 Horsemen 15 Seas 17 Dispatch 18 Domesticated 20 Exclamation 21 Symbol for samarium T 24 Vends 41 Be carried^ 27 Mountain .44 He is presi^ crest dent ' 30 Monkey Finland 31 English river'45 Belongs to mo 32 New Guinea 48 Honey makers port 49 Highway 34 Essence (ab.) 51 Corded fabric 36 Golf term 52 Accomplished 37 In a row 54 Music note; 40 Small particle 55 Sun god Time Off? Huh! Coal miner Victor Pegoris, above, of Smithtown, Pa., hasn 't had a day off during this century—and what's more, has a letter from, his boss, president •of the Pittsburgh Coal Co., to prove it. Pegoris, three times a grandfather, has worked steadily since Jan. 1, 1900, has never lost time through illness or accident, and says: "Work? I love it!" Mrs. Prank Robinson is here from Springfield, Mo., spending a few days visiting at the home of Mrs. Blanche Carter. WAUGH FUNERAL HOMB-S8. Mrs. H. H. Howard and her daughter, Mrs. Louie Holler and grandson, Michael Haller, have returned to Kansas City after spending the week-end here as guests of Mrs. D. P. Northrup. Mrs. G. B. Parks left today for Kansas City, Mo., to be with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Williams, who is seriously ill. BEDROOM SUITES 4-Piece Modemlstio $99.50 CURTIS FlfRNITUEE Mrs. Dwane Billbe and her daughter, Patricia, are spending this week in Chanute as guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCain Jr., and their daughter, Patricia. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME -36. Mrs. W. F. McAninch and her children are here from Wichita visiting at the home of Mrs. Wade Mosing and her family. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register Is printing fewer "extra" copies of each Issue. Subscribers 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. Raymond Moore, Mo. M. 2-c, W. S. C. G., arrived home Christmas day from England to spend his 20 days furlough with his wife and 2-year-old daughter, Rae Ann, who make their home with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haen in lola, and his mother, Mrs. Caroline Smith and Mr. Smith of Neosho Falls. Raymond had been overseas seven months and was in the invasion of Prance on D-Day. He returns to New York January 13, for new a,«ignment. No Poison in Body Of Sailor's Wife Sabetha, Kas., Jan. 9. (AP)— Chemical analysis failed to show poison in the body of Mrs. Dorothy Hollinger Smith, 34, Coroner W. R. Popkess of Nemaha county, said today. The viscera had been sent to a Topeka laboratory for analysis after Mrs. Smith's husband. Roscoe George Smith, Sr., 37, an apprentice seaman, had stated. Sheriff Pete Bieri said, that his wife had taken poison in their Sabetha home. Pop­ kess had stated Mrs. Smith's death last Thursday was caused by Injuries from blows on the head. Smith is held here on a charge of first degree murder in her death. County Attorney Harry Lannlng at Seneca said the navy at Great Lakes. 111., had released Smith to Nemaha county authorities. FREE WATERMELONS Watermelon seeds are relished as tidbits in China and many growers raL^e the melon just for the seeds. Just to get the seeds, growers in many localities offer the meat of the melons free to all who will eat it. thus harvesting their crop with a minimum of expense and effort. Costa Rica passed a social security law in 1943. Piles! Ow!! —But He SMILES, Now Be wise as hr-was. TTse same formula used by d 'l-i'irt adjunctively at noted Thornton & Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relief of pain, itch, sorcne.su. Hrlpa .-joften and tend.i to ahripk swelling. C-t t\!bc Thornton & Minor's Rectal Ointment—or Thornton & Minor Rectal Supp'j.aiion. If not delighted with this DOCTORS' way. low cost Is refuoded. At all rood drag itons eTezr»heT»—in lola, >t Cooskey'i and R «]iiold«'. THE lOLA HEGISfEfe^^TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY: 9. 1945, PAGE THREE Hxmiboldt News Bdse Builder As their aircraft carrier steams into a Pacific combat zone, Yank crewmen rolUng" as they trundle 900-pound bombs toward a group of dive-t In a grim on deck.' Greenland? No, Just Chicago The scene above might have been snapped somewhere m the icy wastes of Greenland—but it was actually taken m Chicago, at the Jackson Pai^ Coast Guard station,.during recent told snap. Keeping chilly vigil is Coast Guardsman Robert Sovefville.. You Can Vsmlly Find It At « i ..wifh quoint on shoulder ond sleeve ing for pixie prettiness! bow>ties in front.. .mokes Africona Rayon Crepe Sky Blue, Oreen Frost, quilted flowers ... and soft shjrr- .The self-fabric belt your waist a wisp! In Ice Pink, Summer lilac. Sizes 9 to 15. 1^ " Opposition to National Service Act Weakens WtUhington, Jan. 9; (AP)—Congressional opposition to the enactment of drastic measures to meet war worker shortages showed new signs of weakening today. Senator Johnson (D.-Colo.), long a foe of national service, told reporters he now Is ready to support sucri a bill in view of President Rooisevelt's request for it in hLs message Saturday. "T^is Is war and congress can not afford to deny the administration anything it says is necessary to win it." Johnson declared. "The president has asked for such a bill. His request last year was surrounded by so many 'Ifs" that it wasn't convincing." HUMBOLDT, Jan. 9—Members of the Lucky Circle club, and the M. B. S. club gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ronsick Sunday with well filled baskets, the occasion being the birthday anniversary for Mr. Flonsick. The afternoon was spent informally, and In the evening a Ijeautifully decorated birthday .cake was cut and enjoyed with hot coffee. Those enjoying the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilhite, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and Irma Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Cress, Maynard and Gayla Jo, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wright, Leah Mae, LeRoy and Farley, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ronsick, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Pahner, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colllson, and Ardeth Lee, Mrs. Gordon Larson, Miss Billy Jean Gibson and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Ronsick. Mrs. E. H. Myers was hostess to the M. B. S. club Thursday afternoon, when members gathered at her home for the regular meeting. Election of officers was held, resulting in the return to office those serving the past year. They are: Mrs. Millard Cress, president; Mrs. .Toe Potts, vice-president, and Mrs. V. L. Palmer, secretary-treasvuer. •The flower committee for the new j»ear is composed of these mem- ti3rs, Mrs. E. J. Ronsick, Mrs. P. L. Si*earengen, and Mrs. 'William Rtonsick. Letters were read- from tl:e ijoys overseas who received C.hiristmas boxes from the club. Mrs. J. L. Black will be hostess at the next meeting of the club on Jar.iuary 18. Mlrs. Walter King is a patient at the SBA hospital at Topeka, and she expected to imdergo major surgery there yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Roetz, who suffered the lo.ss of household furnishings in a farm fire recently, were honored with a miscellaneous shower Sundtay, when members of the Catholic church presented them with articles of household fimilsh- ings fji a special relief program of the church, which was held in the basement of the church. The Center Glove community will honor them with another .shower tonight, with a meeting at the Center Grove school. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brenner have returned to their home at Waterville, Kansas, and Mrs. George Bunn has returned to Bartlesville (VSAAF Photo from NEA) Lt.-Col. Edward A. Flanders, above, 27-year-old aviation engineer from Oshkosh, Wis., is the man responsible for completing B-29 Superfortress' bases on Saipan. since U. S. invasion, in June. A graduate of United States Military Academy, Flanders has been directing Air Force base building in the Pacific for three yea is. after being called here by the death of Pred Eastham, brother of Mrs. Brenner and Mrs. Bunn. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walton were received into membership in the Presbyterian church at the morning worship hour Sunday. This was, also the quarterly Communion service. Due to Illness and unfavorable weather, this was one of the smallest attended services of Its kind for a long time. home remedy for relieving miseries of children's colds. VAPORUB GLENCLIFF ANOTHER NEW SANITARY FEATURE FOR YOUR PROTECTION! COVERITE CAPS Our New Caps cover the top of tlie bottle completely. From the time the milk leaves the dairy until it is received in your home, the top of the botde (the Pouring lip), is protected by the Coverite cap from any form of contamination. Dirt, dust, or germs never touch the part of the bottle that comes in contact with the milk. You will appreciate the convenience of this new service, because Coverites can be used as oftett as is desired to re-seial the bottle anci provide a (complete covering for the botde when partially empty, until all of the milk is used. We are pleased to atmoimce that the added protection of this ''perfect closure" u to be included as a part of our r^ular service without additional charge to you. Insist that the milk that comes into YQUR home has Coverites' ejrtra pro- tectionl Glencliff Creamery 214 WEST ST. JOE KEARNES, Mgr. PHONE 739

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