The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 11, 1945 · Page 3
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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tOTTA. KANSAS TlgETOgTBEGISTElCTHURSto 11, 1945. {Octavia Stewart) Ml-, and Mrs. George Hoffmeier are spending today in ICansas City where Mrs. Hoffmeier is under a specialist's care. Wallpaper and Sewall PainU LEWIS PAINT STOKE Mrs. C. A. Peld ha.s regoived word that her son. Pvt. Gitn E. Feld, has ..arrived safely oversea.s unci is some where in Prance. T-S3t. Dell Chryst. who i§ stationed with the army in Los Angeles. California, is spending a 21- day furlough with his parents. Mr. f.nJ Mrs. M. E. Chryst. Mrs. Loyal Tubbs and her daugb- ter. Linda; returned to their iiome here last night after spendins the past week in Wichita visiting Mrs. E. A. TubBs and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smith. Card of Thanks. I wish to thank al} my friwids for their kindness in sending cards and letters while I was In the hospital.— Mrs. Howard Wade. The Last Picture Mrs. Allen Smith of Humboldt was admitted to St. John's hospital night where she will receive medical treatment. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-38.' PICTURES Keli£lous, Floral for any room of the home SLEKPIIR Ft'KNITUUE STORE Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Parker have received word from their son. Pvt. F. L. Parker, that he has been transferred from New Guinea to the Philippines. He is with the 49th General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clark of Cheyenne, Wyo., will arrive tomorrow to be guest.-; over the week-end of Mr. and Mrs. John Herter and Merry Lynne. John Collins, who has been a patient at St. John's hospital with pneumonia, was dismissed yesterday and taken to his home in Piqua! Henry Hull, who has been em- nloyed with the Hill Packing Co.. for the past 17 years, has resigned his position. He has not announced his future plans. , Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Menaie are { here spending a few days visiting I his parente, Mr. and, Mrs, Oecvge I Menale and other relatives and friends. Seaman First Class Jack McNally left this morhing for New Orleans, La., after spending a convalescent leave here with his parents, Mr. and | Mrs. John McNally. Seaman Me- Nally suffered a broken hand while on active duty. NOTICE Your Christmas Savings mast be started by January 15th. if you take advantage of our offer. . . . Ccme in and let us explain—no obligation. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. SLEEPER MORTUARY, PHO. 72. Mrs. Clark M. King who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chicken, west of lola. returned to her home in Claremore. Okla.. the first of the week. Mrs. Charles Gib.son has received word from her husband of his promotion from private to sergeant. Sgt. and Mrs. Gibson lived in lola previous to his induction. Mr.s. Gib.son now makes her home in Humboldt. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—36. Lt. and Mrs. Donald L. Chicken and Mrs. Clark King were guests the first of the week of Ut. and Mrs. C. R. Neel in Wichita, Kas. Dnvid Morgan has returned to Kansa.s City after .spending a few da.vs here visiting at the home of his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Allen. Mr. Morgan Ls formerly from Wake Forest. N. C. but is now employed in Kansas City. : Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing : : 24-Hour Service : : On passenger and truck tires : : —all work done in lola. : : (UY OLIVER : : Vulcanizing and Tread Service : Mrs. Ray Disinger and her dauehter. Dee Ann. will leave tonight for Gulf port. Miss., where they will join Cpl. Disinger. who is stationed there. Mrs. L. L. Mel- rase will accompany her daughter as far as St. Louis, Mo., where she plans to snend several days before returning home. BEDROOM SUITES 4-Piece Modernistic S99.50 CURTIS FIR.VITURE Christmas dinner in the •'Aleutian Islands lacked nothing except the atmosphere of home, according to S. 1-c Chester G. Young, who .sent a menu to his wife and four daughters, Betty, Glenna, Laura Mae and Carma Jean. Turkey, baked ham, fresh, cauliflower and a.sparagus tips were among the luxury dishes listed. Walter E. Shafer, SP 2-c is here on a 15-day leave visiting his wife and their daughter. Joyce Eileen, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Shafer and other relatives. Mrs. Shafer spent the past month In San Francisco, Calif., returning with him. Joyce has been here with her grandparents. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Guy M. Lamer, representative from this district, is in Topeka attending legislature this week. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer "extra" copies of each issue. Suo- scrlbers wtshlng 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. Lt. and Mrs. Donnld L. Chicken, have been spendinit a7-day leaive in lola visiting relatives and friends. Lt. Chicken left yesterday for Lincoln, Nebr.. to report to the air base there. Before his induction, Lt.i Chicken was employed as a chemist at the Pet Milk Co. Mrs. Chicken will remain in lola for several more weeks. Humboldt News A: tragic preview of his own fate is c&ntain^d. in the photo above, the last one taken bv the late Frank Prist, Jr., ace. war photographer of Acme Newspictures-NEA Service, who, 30 minutes later, wijs instantly killedat the wheel of his jeep-: by a Jap sniper on Leyte Island. The photo shows the bojly of an American infantryman lying l^eside his jeep alter being killed by Jap mortar fire. HUMBOLDT. Jan. 11.—Mrs. W. A. Byerley was hostess to chapter AM of P. E. O. Monday night, when members met at her home for the regular meeting. Mrs. W. J. Casper presided over the meeting, in the absence of the president, Mrs., C. S. I Murdock. The program consisted of a forum on assigned topics, with all members taking part. Mrs. Walter Caslda of Garnett was a guest. Members present were Mrs. W. J. Casper, Mrs. Charles R. Martin, Mrs. C. H. Oman, Mrs. J. Fred Schmidt, Mrs. Lewis Irwin, Mrs. C. S. Williams, Miss Eva O'Conner, and the hostess, Mrs. Byerley. Master Sergeant Richard McGrew arrived In Humboldt Friday from New Guinea in the south Pacific, where he has been assigned to duty in the army for the past three years. He is visiting his mother. Mrs. Clara McGrew, his sister, Mrs, J. L, Johnson, and a brother, WiU- 'lam McGrew. He has been granted 24 days leave of absence. Mrs. Eulalia Bamett Is enjoying a visit from her son. Flight Officer James Bamett, who is here from Luke Field, Ariz. Mrs. Bamett accompanied him here and then continued on to Iowa to visit her mother, who is 111. Plight Officer Bamett Put In a shaked equal parts of ground allspice, cloves, mace and nutmeg and use to season baked ap- Ples, puddings, pies, coffee cake Cancel Credentials Of BBC Correspondent '[ Supreme Headquarters AUied Expeditionary Force, Paris. Jan. 11. I (AP)—.Supreme headquarters an- j nounc^d today that the accreditation of Cecil Ray. British Broad- I casting company corre.spondent with the Allied ^exeditonary forces, had been cancelled. The,- cancCillation was the result of an u^censqVed broadcast violating the r^vity^ release on the start of the U'. S. F^-st army's counterattack again.At the:Adennes salient. This was ^the first time since the invasibn th&t a correspondent's credentials tcL supreme headquarters i have been cancelled. In the only ' previous of violations the cor- I respondents were temporarily sus- I pended. The Westminster Dragoons, a London regiment, has led three invasions, having been the first tank force in France, Belgium and in Holland. Pfc. John Lightner of the United States Marine Corps, who has just returned from two years in service in the South Pacific, is spending a 30 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Cecil Lightner. If You Miss Your Reeister 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. Mrs. Edna Duncan Diver of Cof- feyviUe, wa.s a luncheon guest yesterday of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Garlinghouse. Mrs. Diver brought a car load of donors from Coffeyvllle to the blood bank. Lt. and Mrs. Warren A. Puckett, Jr.. arrived Saturday night from Carlsbad. New Mexico, to spend a sixteen day leave with Lt. Puckett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Puckett. Lt. Puckett is pilot on a training plane for bombardiers at the Carlsbad air base. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of AU Types. Large and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mrs. Bill Karr and small daughter. Tonjia. are proud of a letter of commendation received recertlv from Major General H.' H. Morris. Jr.. to the officers and men of the 10th Armored Division, of which S-Sgt. Bill Karr is a part. The letter was written early in December and praises the men for "seizing 64 towns, capturing 200 prisoners .Tnd renulsine 11 counter attacks in their first outstanding performance against the enemy." No word \ has been received from Sgt. Karr j «incp the 10th Division was trapped in Bastogne. expects to return to Luke Field in a few days. Sgt. Edward Kaufman ha* 'b^ep given a medical discharge from military service, and has come for a visit with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kaufman. Sgt. Kaufman was wounded in Prance in July. He was in the D-Day operations in France. Miss Betty Drake and Miss Virginia Brooke have returned to Columbia, Mo., where they are students at Stephens college. They have been enjoying a holiday vaca* tion, and were guests of home folks here. Miss Virginia Martin, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Martin, has returned to Nevada, Mo., to resume her studies at Cottey college. The Girl Reserves, sponsors and advisors, enjoyed a hamburger fry at the high school Monday evening. The W. C. T. U. meeting, which was to have been held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. M. A. York, was postponed, due to the cold weather. This meeting will be held, next Tuesday. Dr. and Mi^. J. A. Campbell spent Sunday in Osawatomie where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Campbell. USE< Cold Preparations as dizect»d Many Never Suspect Cause Off Backaches TIibOMTrMfaMatO<bBBrfat*Hw7R*iW When disorder of kidney (asetion penoit* poisonous matter to remain in your blood, (i- inay cause na«ginc backache, rheumatic paini, leE pains, loss of pop and enernr, ••ttint utr- nixhts, swellinc, puffineaa under the eyes, headaches and diiiincss. Frequent or scanty paaeajies with smarting and burning sometimes show's there is somethinc wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wuiti Ask your drugpstfor Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for orer 40 years. They live happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out pwsotf ous waste from your blood. Get Dosa't Pills. Lucky Dog The f;ve-year-o!d fox-terner, above, aptly named Jack, will get plenty of just that, barring legal difficulties. His former owner, the late Mrs. Margaret Myers, of Detroit, made him cole heir to a;i estate estimated at $20,000. Her handv/ritten v.-ill also provided that "v,'hoever lakes care of him at py home shall hcve irec rcn:." Men, Womoi! Old at '40,50,60! WMPep? Want to Feel Years Younger? Do you blame exhausted, worn-out fecllnc on ace? Tbousands (rnwietf al what a little pepplnj up with Ostrsx has done. Contaloa toole many need at 40, 60. M,' tor body old solely because low In U-on: also propHylaotlc doses vliamin Bi. calcium. Low coetl Intradnctory al<e onlti 3Sc! Try Ostrez TonJo Tabieu (or new pep. yuuDjerJeellnc. tbls refy day. Xor sale'at .ill dn\g stores everywhere- in lots, St Cuoksey's Vrug Store. COOK'S Rcxall Calendars and Almanacs SP.\RKOI.ITE Fresh Each Week $1.00 Old Fashioned . HOREHOUND CANDY Limited Supplv 23c Lb. VALENTINE GREETING CARDS 5c and up GREEN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP^ Radic Advertised 25c and 50c MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS $1.25 Caroid & Bile 98c 25c Carter's Pills 19c SI.25 Peruna 98c 50c DeWitt's Pills 39c 75c Doan's Pills 59c 35c Vickk Salve ..29c 5 Lbs. Epsom Salts 25c HOT WATER BOTTLES 69c to $2.00 SATURDAY'S FOUNTAIN SPECIAL Chocolate Nut Sundae I5C I lOLA'S REXALli STORE Tires You Tire Dealers can buy ho more Grade "A" Camel Back for the purpose of re-cap- pmgr passenger car tires. Grade "A" can only be purchased for the purpose of re-cappingr truck tires. . : " m rtRi immeiSMarAUKE "A"CARDHOLDERSlWILLNOTGETNEW TlKBS IN 1945—The "A" card driver's hopes of attaining new tires during 1945 are now as thin as',the casings he has been riding on since Pearl Harbor. The War Production Board recently slashed the scheduled outpiU of passenger car tires for the first quarter of 1945 by 3,000,000 tires in a move to release facilities and manpower to make critically needed Army tires. • WPB said that the "AV card holder as the result of reduced output, must ride on his present tires for "a good part of next year" and that recapping was his only hope of remaining on the road. The declarations by the tire manufacturers eame after General Somervell had disclosed that, on the basis of present allocations, the Army will be 472,000 tires short of its requirements for the first quarter of 1945. • Efforts to reduce this deficit have been made by '^tripping all spare tires from military vehicles in this country—by recalling tire reserves from the less active theatres overseas—by using captured German tires, and by pressing into service French and Belgian tire plants. ' ; ^ At the present time th^re are 500,000 wheeled vehicles in operation on the Western 'Front, which means 3,000,000 tires in daily use. General Eisenhower warned last week that the tire shortage in his theatre has become so serious that it threatens to tie up a large number of vehicles by early Februaijy.- THE GOVERNMENT CALLS ON THE PEOPLE TO HELP. TIRES MUST BE REPAIRED AND RECAPPED : As a tire doctof for this community we have a different kind of pktient to deal with now. War tires can't t^ke the abuse that crude rubber tires couldtake. If suffering from a minor cut—a sr\iall crack or split, they will^grow steadily Worse. Such injuries should be grooved out with a tire regroovihg irpn. The injury'must be so treated as to leave a completely smooth surface. De^p cracks or cuts should undergo a vulcanized repair. Have your tires repaired here as soon as the injury appears. AU repairing: and recapping done to conform to tl\e National Bureau of Standards TO THE ROiXINC RADIUS" When yenr aemally reund Vneuoialk Vn b placed under lead . . . M MttiM dcvn end lliHem eut. a> ihewa en Win. traHeni It riffct. Tkb t*ttUa« de»n and fiattaala« eat l:«hof til. Lead.d ltdnn" •( rt>. ti«.. ar. nirad t* i.«aln.d appreaimaf .ly In KM MM «••> tMtli Flat J4awkinion Cjrinf Riaf with SltoM Ht.linf Oil We were protected on Grade "A" Camel Back and have an unlimited supply on hand for both passenger and truck tires. We use the Hawkinson System of recapping, using steam, the factory way of curing tires. The tire remains cool in the molds, no heat is applied to the side walls. Con.sequently we do more recapping for Allen County Truckers in large sizes, than all others put together. We are using the Grade "A" rubber on passenger tires a.s well as truck tires. Our tread depth is 4-32-inch deeper than any other tread design. All work done here in Ida. May we serve you? Our Repair Equipment is of the Most Modern Made And Adapted to Synthetic Tires. We Use Only Grade "A" Rubber NEW PENNSYLVANIA TIRES Sizes Carried ^ Stock for Both Passenger Cars and Trucks (Passenger Tires 6-Ply Only) TIRE SERVICE Phone 331—1 Block East of Square on Madison Ave lola, Kansas—Phone 331

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