The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 10, 1945 · Page 3
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r (Ociai^ia Stewart) Mrs. Rudolph Katzer of Greeley who Is a patient at St. Johns lios- pltal. is improving. Wallpaper and Sewall Palnta LEWIS PAINT STOKE Dr. L. W. Simmons has returned from Lon-.< Beach, Calif., where he wii.; called several weeks ago due to the illness of his father, Dr. C. L. Simmons, who is slowly improving. Mrs. W. \V. Holmes arrived last night from Topeka to f.pend a few days here vLslting friends. It Yon Miss Your Beclstcr Phone 8 between 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one delivery can be made and that is after 7 p. BL PICTURES Religious, Floral for any room uf the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE • Major Joe Limes, who is with the coast artillery, stationed near New ' Orleans. La., is here on a 15-day I leave visiting his wife and their j.sons. Joe Jr., and Jim. They live at the Kimberley Apartments at 302 Ea.st street. Mrs. R. I. Frederick of Chanute was admitted to St. John's hospital this morning where she underwent an appendectomy. Pvt. Bill Dasbach is here spending his fui:lough visiting his mother, Mrs. Tell Dasbach. Pvt. Dasbach is being transferred from Texas to Lincoln. Neb. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PKO. 72. Miss Theresa Clark and h <.T .'lis­ ter, Mrs. Orin Tnlmun of Huinboki: were guests ye.sterday of Mj-:i. D. A. Long. 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. I SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. Gas Radiants . And Gas Circulaturs Brin^' Ration ('(•rtifi<'al<» w. 11. U 'oou ii'Kxni ur: : Mrs. I. B. Ingroum, who under- I wont a major operation last week at 1 Lakeside hospital in Kansas City, : M')., i.s (jelling along a.s well as can I bo expected. Her room number Is : m. I SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. i iii.ixrl Duiihip. wlu) underwent an riu-r.c.'.' 'ip;>raUon at St. John's i::iii;lal .'•ei.fr.il days ago. Is now 1 iiniirovin;/. TSEIOHR \ ^WEPNESaay EVENING. JANUARY Ig. 1945. Mrs. W. O. Smith of Hamilton, Kas., who has been h»e visittag at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lowman, left today for Bronson, where she will visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner announce the birth of an 8-pound and 11-ounce boy at the Mercy hospital in Port Scott, January 8. The baby has been named Richard Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are formerly from lola. WAUOH FUNERAL HOME—3«. Lt. Thomas Monninger is here visiting his family and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monninger and other relatives. Lt. Monninger is stationed at San Antonio. Tex. Stage Stetf 'I Micmrr «* Frerlow Psas)« HORIZONTAL 59 She is a 1,7 .Pictured Brdadway actress 'U Arrival (ab.) 12Une! 13 4t»a distance 14 Kalf-em If Native metal 16 Pig pen Mr. and Mr.s. KmLr:;u:i I .ynn have received word frnin th'ir :;oii. hni- crson Lynn Jr., t!iul hi' lias bcin promoted ironi corporal to srrf/i'iiiii. Sgt. Lynn l.s .si;i; innril Charleston Army Ah- U:i .i' Charleston, S. C. Mi.;. Ru.ssell Hageman and her h!i:'s. Dwavnc Leroy and Ga:-y Di-iii' Kturiied Sunday night from Saliii:! v .lM -rc they have Ijeen visic- i.'r; Cpl. Rjvsell Hageman. who is stationed at the Smoky Hill air base Could Cleopatra Drink A Pearl With Stomach Ulcer Pain.s? An intriguing stoiy of Cleopatra is the one where tin tiUiiiirer pi-aised the beauty of two of her pearls, whereupon .<;he di-opped one int;) a glass of wine and diank it. She would hardly have done this had she suffered after-iating pains. Those who are distressed with .•Momach or ulcer jjai:..^. i;idJgcnnon. gas pains, heartburn, burning sensation, bloat and otlier co.nditions caused by excess acid .should try Udga. Get a 25c bo:< <if udi2n tablet-s from your druggist. First dose must convince or return box to us and get DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK At COOKSEY'S DRUG and drug stores everywhere. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of AU Types. Large and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Word has been received here that A S Warren Schmidt, brother of LouLs Schmidt, is now- stationed at ' Cttrisi;:id. N. M., army air field \ v.-here he will receive a twenty-fom- week advance flight training course On graduation he will be awarded silver iximbardiers wings and will I be ready for active duty as an offi- I cer in the army air forces. • ic ^ ic • • • • BUY _ FLORSHEiM SHOES AND YOU'LL NEED FEWER PAIRS We know by experience that Florsheim Shoes will last a little longer than the next best... a lot longer than the average. Therefore Florsheim wearers have the double satisfaction of saving leather for the nation's military needs, and saving money for themselves every e.tra step they take. ^^jjj^j^j , pUALITY rOQTWEA» * • • • • BEDROOM SUITES 4 -Piece Modemlstio $99.50 CUBTU Fl>%MTCBE Mrs. Adam Brune, who underwent major surgery at St. John's hospital Saturday, is improving slowly and will soon be able to have visitors. Friends of Dave F. Gilkeson will be sorry to hear that he is confined to his home because of illness. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register Is printing fewer "extra" copies of each issue. Subscribers wishing to purchase several copies of any particular issue are asked to place their order In advance, if possible. Extra copies can be feold only as long as they last. Mrs. Ina Jackson left Sunday for Tulsa, Okla., where she plans to make her home. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Edward Sell, son of Mr. and Mr .5. Dee Sell, has enlLsted in the navy. He was swom in ye.'^terday, two days before his eighteenth birthday. Mrs. George Renisberg, a medical patient at St. Johns hosiiital, is improving. Tire Recappln? and Vulcanizine 24-Hoar Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Valcanizitig and Tread Service Mrs. Lutie Livingston of Garnett has been spending the past few- days visiting her sister, Mrs. "W. L. Lewman, and her father-in-law, William A. Livingston, who is ill. Mrs. Livingston left today for Par- .sons where .she will be the guest of her daughters, Mrs. W. D. Patton and Miss Harriet Livingston. 17 Iblct 19 I^gistered nurse (ab.) 20 Was seated 21 Stitch 24 I^easure of a$ea 25 Therefore 26 Tellurium (^rmbol) 27 Fliesh food is Pijrspiration 32 L^gal measure 34 Eifist 35 Sl^e is a st&r 37 TQ the inside 40 Electrical engineer (ab,) 41 Near 42 Upon 43 Five and five 45 Beverage 47 S^bol for , tin 48 EJscountered 49 Dined 51 Rodent 53 Hawaiian lava 54 Atistralian bi;ds 55 Frozen water 56 For 58 Amount owed VEBTICAL 1 Father 2 Space 3 Vase 4M6ial 5 Neither 6 Female sheep 7 Final soften (poetic) 9 Beams of light 30 10 Doctor (ab.) 31 17 Male sheep 33 18 Anger 35 19 International 36 language 38 " 5" IdDlilU 'S.liiHM Wlcl?;?HWTTrr7i Gieel^ letter Moist Male deer Winglike part Sdlith Amjer- ic« (ab.) Scdpture Even (cohtr,) Us Harden Golf device Pedal digit (ab.^ 39 Ontario 41 Any 44 Cognomen 45 Examination 46 Operatic solo: 47 Let it stand 48 God of war • 50 Vat 52 Account (ab,; 53 Mimic ' 54 Editor (ab.) 57 Bone - Mrs.-Blng Crosby Is Improved Today Hollywood, Jan. 10.. (AP)—Mrs. Bing Crosby. 33-year-old wife of the crooner and mother of. his <our young sons,, was reported an an improved condition early today at St. Vincent's hospital where she was taken yesterday after collapsing at her home with a respiratory infection. ^ Bing's brotlier, Larry, who reported the improvement, said she was placed in an oxygen tent for a while last night because of a threat of pncunjonia. At the hospital Bing told reporters last night: "She's going to be all right." Mrs, Crosby is the former Dixie Lee of the films. DEMOCRACY AT WORK BoLs?, Idaho, Jan. 10. (AP):—"I v/ould like to know," raid Rep. Howard Hechtncr, newly-arrived state representative, "where you can buy a package of cigarettes in Boise." Speaker Willis C. Moffatt promised: '•Thf! chair will introduce a bill to establish a cigarette monopoly in the mj.ddle of the house chamber." WRONG BILt Walla Walla, Wash., Jan. 10. lAP) A Walla Walla family thought it wa.s nice of their landlord to. do all that unsolicited repair work oil their house. ' The owner thought so, too. Tlie hill wrts paid'by another landlord. His . cbntractcr had repaired the wrong house, r ' News COLONY. Jan. 8—Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Liaughman have returned to their home in Kansas City after a visit with Mrs. Laughman's sister, Mrs. Ivan Oox and Mr, Cox. Mrs. I Ralph Bunnel and Alice Jane rettu-ned Satiuday after a visit at the parental Neuenswander home at. Spring Hill. Mrs. Lula Crammer left Wednesday for San Diego, Calig.. for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Singleton. Mrs. Grayce Henderson is in charge of Lula's Shoppe while Mrs. Crammer Is gone. Mrs. R. D. Jones and children of Wichita, are also visiting at the parental Wells home. Mrs. Jones and children expect to move to Independence soon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yoho and children called on Mrs. Yoho in lola Sunday afternoon and found her slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Taylor of Yates Center, were Simday guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Taylor. Chief Petty Officer Bill Wells and Mrs. Wells left Sunday evening for Gowfikws! FOR FOIKS WITH SNIFFIV H&idCoMs Quick relief from distress of head colds is what you want. So use Va-tro-nol. A few drops up each nostril soothe liTltatlon, relieve congestion. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used in time. Just try it! PoUow directions in folder. ¥ICKSVil -nOilOL SPECIAL Doubl«-Outy Nas8 Drops Works Fast Right Wherg Troubla 1st Wichita, after several days' visit at the parental Henry Wells home. Officer Wells is on leave from his duties in the navy medical corps. He has been in the service three years and at Pearl Harbor the past 32 months. He was married to Miss Jean Hlckle December 26, In the Presbyterian chapel at Wichita. He will report back for reassignment at Seattle, Washington. Pfc. Russell Henderson of Topeka, spent the week-end here with his mother. A family dinner was held at the Joe Endsley home Sunday in honor of Gordon Endsley who will leave Tuesday for the service. YEARS TAKE TOLL, AS GARS RATTLE PWARtWINTER! Mom and Pop and the Car PLATFORMED Comfortable litde casuals with wedge heels and smart pIatf,orm 4oles. la Slack or ferovm gabardine or Black or Brown Imitation Alligator. $2.95 —AND— $3.95 s Shoe Store CePYMlOMT IMS, CTAMOMD Olb GOHMNT Many a car owner finds himself bedeviled with car troubles this winter . . . because ordinary care-isn't enough for older cars in this 4th War-Winter Rationed driving,-* with its short trips and necessary slow speeds, drains battery life and power. It also builds up sticky sludge}—which tends to clog oil lines and screens, and may lead to bfimed-out bearings, to stuck rings and scored cylinders. The older the car, the greater the danger. "Nurse" and "coddle" your car for Jhe "balance of the winter. It will pay you handsome dividends in smoother, more economical operation and longer car life. See your Standard Oil Dealer frequently, j Buy more Wai- Bonds TODAY SEE YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER for Better Cor Care Fight Infantile-Paralysis January 14-31 YOUR LOCAL DEALER EARL MOORE 201 WEST ST. PHONE 399 CHILDREN'S SNOW SUITS Warm and ^rviceable Attractively Styled Colorful Car Owners Who Do Not Heed This O P A Warning Run the Risk of Not Gettmg New Tires! 6.00x16 YOU GET ALLTHESE:£XtllA'\[ALtiESi r 1. Guaranteed Materials 4. Grade A Quality and Workmanship Camelback 2. Prompt Service 5 P^^^^^y Methods Used 3. Famous Firestone Gear- Grip Tread on Any 6. Extra Tread Depth for Make Tire Longer Mileage We Loan You Tires While We Recap Yours lola Home & Auto Supply IRVL\G TURLEY, Mgr. Phone 43 lola, Kansas

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