The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 17, 1945 · Page 3
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TOLA, KANSAS {Octavia Stewart) Mr. and Mrs. Prank Arnold spent Monday in Wichita on business. Carload of Henryeita Lump Coal. S8.75 per ton, delivered. lola Milling Co. Coal Yard.s.—adv. Lt. and Mr.s. Earl Monnin^fr and thidr .son Joe. will ri-turii lo Pueblo. Colo., today after .speiidinB the past two week.s here vi.silin^ his parcnl.s. Mr. and Mrs. Charlfts Monninger and her parents. Mr. and Mr;. O F. Miller and other relatives. Wc Use Only CRAIiF. "A" TRl( K KLBIiKR On PassciijjtT Tire KecapiHnj; C.IV OI.IVI.R ilKi: .SKRVKK Quarterma.slcr Wiliian; K. Tic-rre of the U. S. Maritime service and -Mrs. Pierce of K;insa.- City, are .•-I'lending a ic\<: ci;i;..-, V)si;ii;L' ;.t tlie home of Mr. am! Mi.-. F:vi.;: Hi-:.:-y. near Colony Wallpaper and Scwall Paints LEWIS PAINT STOKE J., V. Roberts returned home last night from Topeka. where he has spent the past few days visiting his sister. Mrs. Harry Fritz. Card of Thanks I wi.sh to extend my thanks and apijrcciation for the acts, of klndne.ss during my illnes-s.—Mrs. Ida Buni-s. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cuppy Sr. have returned from Hickman Mills, Mo. .after spending the week-end there on business. WAUGH FUNERAL HOMB-36. Miss Ruby Porter, who has been teaching the third grade at Jefferson school, will become the kindergarten teacher next Monday when Mrs. Pearl Erickson resigns to be married to George M. Miller of Kansas City, January 23. The third grade will be taught by Mrs. Elva Lee. Capt. Robert R. Rem.sberg, arrived home last night for a short leave with hi.s wife and son.s, Robert Jr., and Johnny. Capt.' Remsberg i^ a .ship's surgeon on a ship going to and from comljat. zone;;. W. Is.- Only (,I£AI)K "A" TRICK KI'BBKR On Passenger Tire Retapping C.VY OLIVER TIKK SKRVICE MIS . James Grimi'.; r; turned liome ni^lr. from a M weel-Ls visit v.i'.l; licr hu..b,i:!d, Lt. Cirimes. a: Camp Cotjk'.'. Ca'.if. V/hile lliere. sill- also visited otljci- ii-l;r.iv>-.s and Lieiids in Californi.i. PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room of the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mrs. W. W. Humea, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Humes for the past week, will return to her home in Topeka tonight. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. V^IOTA REGISTER, WEPNgSI^Y EVENING. JANUARY 17, 1945. Mrs. p. V. Gibson, who has been confined to |ier home the past month because of illness, is reported to improviiig. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-36. Pvt. 3"ed G. Meyer left-last night for FoCt George Meade, Md., after spending? the past few days here visiting: his patents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rickard. NOTICE Due to' the shortage of news print The Itegister is prlntiDg fewer 'CA ^W' copies of each issue. Sut>- scribei^ Wishing to purchasie several ccpies of any particular issue are aa.^ted to place their' order In advanee, if possible. Extra copies can )}esold only as long as they last. Moran Happenings .Mrs. B. -M. Ander.son who suffered a stroke about two weeks ago, is reported to be improving at this time. Mr. and Mrs. ^. M. Cortner returned to liieir home in Neod-sh.i '.'jday aft'-r sjieiuiinK the past week in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Clia.s. .Siitlierland. Hear liEV. ROB'T. MeCLAY Returned .Missionary From India Thursday Ni-hf, Assembly of God Church -Monroe and Colborn .Mr. and Mrs. Cliurles S'utiierland leiurned from Kan.sas City last night, where Mrs. Su,therland has been unriersoin? medical treatment ' at St. Luke's hospital since last Fri- dav. NEW LOANS . . . tolalin;; nearly S70.000.00 were made by us duriiiy 194-i. . . . Vie hi Ijjed .1.1 local families fret started on tlie road to home ownei- i ship. ... If you an a renter, let ! a.^ help you an tlie same start. ... Come in and we'll expl;iin our ;)laii. SltrRITV BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. II 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. Pfc. Emory Mi;Kea!i. who has been here from Cur.ada. for the past three weeks visiting his m.'jther. Mrs. T. F. McKean. has left for San Antonio, Te.x.. where he will be stationed at tlie pre:ent. j; OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of All Types. Large and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FLR.MTURE STORE The B-17 l'''lyiiw Fortrc.s M)Uad- j.in of whieh St.'l. Fern W Hall, son of Mr. and Ml.v. Cliarlli' Hall, is a mi.-ml><-r has bii-n riled by tlie [•orn- niandini/ L;eneral ol it.-: eombat unit for iiiainten.mi-" and opi.-rational r'.xrellcnre. DuriiU', .'i recent inonlli the ^f|Ua(lron had llic lowi.-l number of mi-eha.'ijr a: l.iiiwii'., n-stilt- jntf i:i Fortress t:n)ib.:.-ks sliort of the target o! any .squadron in tlif- -Eighth Air Force. H^t. Hall is a battery m;iintenan':e niechnnir:. His wife, the f,-)rmer .\Ti-is PriseilL'i H Andrews, lives at. Forest Gate. L<jndon. Enaland. WHEN THE WHISTLE BLOWS WORKSHOES Your feet will be as Rested at Quitting as They Were at Starting! f Peters Work Siioes are expertly crafted over comfort lasts to assure day-long foot ease ... and they're made of finest'quality materials obtainable to uphold their tradition for extra long, hard wear. Trained Sfio« Mon fit Yoo Correctly ECONOMY SHOE STORE Tire Recapping and Vnlcanizine 24-Honr Service On passenger and truck tlrea —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Vulcanizing and Tread Service SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Lt. Alice Pettit. who returned some months ago from 17 months in the Aleutians, has a'^ain arrived overseas in a new theater of war, according to word received here by her brother, Ralph Pettit. Lt. Pet- lit is a member of the Army Nurse's Corps of the evacuation hospital unit. Since 1881 SEALY .>L\TTRESSES Pre-War Quality and Price S39.50 CtRTIS FIRMTLRE The army service forces has a critical shortage of typists and -stenographers says Miss Dalla-s Ne- gu-s, recruiting representative, who will be at the U. S. E, office at Ciianute the balance of this week. Wom''n are especially needed by the casualty department. Those who believe ihey can qualify may secure full details concerning available positions at the Chanute office. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Thomas Prase of Wichita, and Miss Ella Gilkeson of Tonkawa, Okla., who were here to attend the funeral of Dave P. Gilkeson. returned to their homes last night. FREE CORN COBS lOLA MILLI.N'G COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Baxley have received the news that their son, Robert O. Baxley, has been promoted to sergeant. Sgt. Baxley was drafted November 11, 1942, and 26 days later was taking his basic training in the Hawaiian islands. As a part of the Second Battalion Headquarters company, 105th Infantry, he took part in the Gilbert islands invasion and saw active service on Saipan. He is still on duty in the Southwest Pacific. Wf irsc Only GRADE "A" TRUCK RUBBER On Passenger Tire Recapping GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE LABORERS WANTED URGENTLY NEEDED NOW I TO HELP BUILD NAVAL ORDNANCE PLANT AT CAMDEN, ARKANSAS BY WINSTON, HAGLIN, MISSOURI VALLEY AND SOLLITT (Prime Contractors) GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB Time and half for overtime. Food and lodg^ing: available on the job for workers at Sl.OO per day. K.vcellenl workinR condition.s .., Help build this plant so vitally needed by our flighting forces. CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTATIVE WILL HIRE ON THE SPOT AND FURNISH FREE TRANSPORTATION AT UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE CHANUTE, KANSAS January 18 Thru January 20 MORAN, Jan. 1&-Miss Rozella Deines^ left Monday for Kansas City, where she attends the Kansas City secretarial school. > Mr. imd Mrs. Arzy Sprague and Mrs. ^ssie Hall of Lone 31m, were Moran, business visitors Monday. Dr. i^nd Mrs. Heard were In Blue Mound Monday. Priei^ds are very sorry to learn that Mrs. Martha Strohg of lola is quite ill at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strong and Miss Floy Mc- Glasha.n called to see her Sunday afternoon. Pvt., Orville Knapp Twho was called-•here by the dea\h of his father,. Mr. P. E. Knapp, rettirned to Pt^ Smith, Arkan.sa.% Tuesday mornirjg. .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hestei' of near Lone Elm, were in Moran Monday. Mrs. Rtith Bartlett is in Karusas City buying merchandise for the Gibbs > store. • . Mrs. Ada .Wea.st spent Sunday in lola with her daughters, Mrs. Walter Crick and family and Mrs. Oclavia gtewart. Thei interior of the MethodLst churcfi Ls being redecorated. Mr. :and Mrs. Everett Epling of Independence, Mo., left, for their home Sunday. Mr. Epling is a brother of Mrs. P. E. Knapp and came Jiere to attend Mi-. Knapp's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Helms were very-happy yesterday over the ar- rivaltof thair ton, Corp. Rex Helms, who was wounded while across wis in a hospital c^verseas and has be^n in the Baxter General Hospital, SpokAne, Was^gton, where he will return at the T;lose of his furlough. His *ife and' Uttle daughter who are making tl^elr home in Chanute for the duration, accompanied him here.' ' : Friends are very grieved to learn that THrs. Layra Edwards is very ill at her home., in Leavenworth. She had lived he^e among us for a good imany ye ^Is and so many he^^e are Very anxious about her. 'Mrs. Linley HUl \ifho Uves here is a daughter of Mrs. Edwards. Mr.; and Mrs'. Frank Rees had the misfortune of "their house catchliig fire around the flue last Saturday afternoon/ Mt;. and Mrs. Rees aire very grateful * that the quick re- spon.se of the fire company aijd the help of maViy others saved theh- home for then. The damage has not been estiniated at this time., STRETCIIER-fflPPER Miami, Pla., Vlan. 17. (AP)—Aaron B. Rossman. 3^, had to grow a half inch to become a policeman. First ex^min^, he was foimd to be 5 feet, S 'jx inches. Hfc needed to be 5 feet, nine. "1 gave him,> serits of stretching cxcrciises," said, Executive Secretary B. H. Hadley'of the civil serv-ice board, "and to^d him to come Back early in the rooming. Everyone taller at that \ime. "I measured him myself and foui^d him to be 5 fe^t, 9'-* inches." Board members looked skeptical but approved the apfwintment. A gopher wo^ks its paws 200 times a minute whe|i chewing. Did John I. Sullivan Fight With Stomach Ulcer Pains? The famous heavyweight champion was noted, as a voracious eater. Could he have eaten and fought as he did if he 'suffered after-eating pains? Don't .-neglect stomach or ulcer painSj. iiidigestion, gas paii}s, heartburn, bt^ning sensation, bloat and other conditions caused by excess acid. Get a i25c box of Udga Tablets from your druggist. First dose must cprivince or return box to us and get DOXJBLE YOT3R MONEY BACK. At COOKSEyS DRUG and drug stores everywhere. SMITH Bettie Whitney, daughter of Seldon Cook .and Isabel Walgamot Whitney, was born at Chatham. JlUnois, April 9, «62. They moved to Centropolis. Kas., ,^hen she was nine years old. She united with the Advent Christian church at an early aee. She was imited in marriage with Frederick Joseph Smith of wamun, Kas., September 9, 1880, wlio passed away April 24, 1904. This imion was blessed with one son, Frederick J. Smith II of Pueblo, Colo., and four [daughters, Mrs. Laura M. Maudlin, .Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Lulu Landis, Gresham, Oregon, Mrs. Katie H. ^ilforig, Fresno, Calif., and Mrs. 3lattie A. McCrate, LaHarpe, Kas. Two sisters. Mrs. Kate Pieratt. Altadena, Calif., and Mrs. Mary S. Jones of Ottumwa, Kas., also survive her. She also leaves nineteen grandchildren and thirty great grandchildren. In 1913 she moved from Hamlin, Kas., to lola, Kas., living in this city until 1929 when she went to Pueblo, Colo., to visit her son and from there to the Pacific coa.st. .staying the rest of her time with her three daughters who live there. She lia.s always been active in church work in her own community. , She passed away very suddenly at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wilfong, in Fresno on December 28, 1944, at the age of 82 years, 8 months f.nU 22 days, and was laid to rest January 2, 1945, in Belmont Memorial Park, Fresno, Calif. Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the •Touble to help loosen and expel •germ laden phlegm, and aid nature •to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the im- derstanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. t CREOMULSION ior Couzhs, Chest Colds. Bronchitis Our Congratu lations To Allen County Truckers When tire rationing stai'ted more than three years ago, there were 50 Allen county lirms using 152 "Cl&ss A" trucks. Tciday EVERY ONE of thOHe trucks is .still in operation; not one has been forced out Business for lack of tires orga.so- line.' " . ' This means that there ha.*; been wonderful, cooperation with the tire con.servation program on the part of "I Allen county truckers. There could be n.) "better guarantee that Allen county truckers will continue to have all the tires they need for necessary driving. There is rubber available for all repais and recapping, and wo have the proper facilitiea^ for taking care of your repairs .and recapping problems. Wt; will we glad at any time to give youvreliable information regarding the tire .situation. SEE US FOR NEW DUNLOP TIRfeS A COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE Dunlop Tire 6? Rubber Co. 105 East St. FRANK MILNE Phone 156 If you are now engaged in an essential activity at your highest skill, do not apply. Men under 21 most have minor's release form signed by parents which can be obtained at Employment Office. You Can Usmlly Find It At REDUCED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE LARGEGROUP MEN'S SUITS MANY $34.85 VALUES O TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY GOURMET I thought thp nictur'j" looked familiar. Los Angeles, Jan. 17. (APj—Max | Sure enough. It belsnged to a fellow Harrlng, employe at a rendering' "nploye, Carl Medker. company, found a Studebaker PH - i M,edsker said he lost the badgs cific Corp. identificatiory badge in' 'ast March, while attenciing an auc- the stomach of a beef he was carv-ition at the stockyards, ing. ) His brother-in-law, Roy Peterson. I A group of pheasa.T.s i.s Known as who works at .Studebaker said he!a nide. 0 PA WHSi :jviiiaiiii. mmmm m Car Owners Who Do Not Heed This O P A Warning Run the Risk of Not Getting New Tires! FACTOR METHOD 6.00x16 YOU GET ALL THEie EXTRA yA ^finEjJ: 1. Guaranteed Materials 4. Grade A Quality and Workmanshtp Camelback 2. Prompt Service • 5 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 IRVING TURLEY, Mgr. Phone 43 lola, Kansas

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