The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 19, 1945 · Page 3
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 19, 1945
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lOIIA. KANSAS OCALS (Octavia Stewart) Mr. and Mrs. J. C. PuUey are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at St. John's hospital. Gene Cook returned home last night from Omaha, Nebraska, where he and Mrs. Cook visited Floyd Barnes, who Ls seriously ill- Mrs. Cook will return tomorrow. WaUpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS PAINT STOKE Mr.s. Raymond Moore will leave Sunday for New York City, N. Y.. for an Indefinite visit with her hu.s- band, Raymond Moore 2-c Petty Officer in' the U. S. Coast Guards. STRAYED Brown and tan male toy terrier, white spot on back of neck. Answers to name of (WnKtr. Suitable reward. I'honc 29« or )0.")<, Mrs. H. G. Marshall of Hutchinson, Kansas, has been a guest since Christmas in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. RtLSsell. Mrs. Marshall Is the mother of Mrs. Russell. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-3«. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Warren Pereau and their daughter, Judy Michelle of Arlington, Calif., are here for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pereau. Sgt. Pereau is with the Camp Anza military band. Mrs. Whitney Smith of Westphalia was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday, where she underwent minor surgery. Mr.s. T. M. SheUenbfrgfi- went to Wichita yt-.stcrday to .spend u week-witli her p^nciit.-. -Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Buy. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mr. and Mr.;. J. H. Pagi; n.ctivcfl ,•1 Ic'iler ye.sli-rd^iy from tlicir :.<)u. .Jotui H. Ka^c Jr.. .itationcfl iii Knt;- land. that lie :has been promoted 10 MTgeaat. Sn'. Page l-s radio man on ii Libi-nitor in Uv Anriy Air f-'oi-p.';. - I , .t OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of AU Types. Larue and Medium Rockers SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mi:-;s Bonny Brown, daughter of the Rev. and Mr.s. Robert B. Brown i.s at home from Emporia Teachers CoU'Ke thi.s week-end spending the between .semester holiday. She has ;i.s litr niicst Mi.s.s Grace Thrasher, ;ilso of Emporia Teiiclier.s Collei?e. We r >ies .OnIy JiKADE A" TRUCK III BULK On Passcn-ier Tire Kecapplns <.rv oMVi It TiiiE SERVur: WAUGH FUNERAL HOME—30. Mrs. Claude Hook wbo underwent surgeiy at St. John's bositltal several weeks ago, was dismissed todajr. SLEEPER MORTUABT. PEO. 73. Mrs. Myrtle Bear, who has been here visitbig her mother, Mrs. L. M. StiUwell and her sister, Mrs. Frank DeLapp, will retum'to her home In Chicago, tomorrow. NEW LOANS . . . totaling nearly $70,000.00 were made by us during 1944. . , . We helped 55 local families get started on the road to home ownership. ... If you arc a renter, let us help you get the same start. . .. Come In and well explain our plan. SECURITF BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Bux of Kansas City are here visiting at the home of R. L. Pemberton. Sgt. Bux has just returned from 30 months pt overseas duty In England, France and Germany. We Use Only GRADE "A" TRUCK RUBBER On Passeneer Tire Recapping GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE Paul Moyer of Yates Center, who recently underwent an emergency appendectomy at St. Wohn's lios- pital Ls now improving. Mrs. Violet Eaton returned to Wichita Wednesday after a few days visit with her mother and brothers at the home of R. L. Pamberton. Mi-.s. Rudolph Katzer, who had b{ ( n a .surgical paClent at St. John's ho.s)jital. wa.s dLsmLs.sed today and tuki'n to her home In Greeley. Two naiii'-.s were <iiniltf(l ye.sler- day from the of (.'.ue.sts at the covc-rcd diili luncheon of tln' Twentieth Century club at the homo of ,Mr.s. R. E. YoL-um. Mr.s. Lowell Baumunk ^d Mr.s. Axel Petcr.stjn were pre.sent. Mis. Curti.s Strong of Moran, was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday where .she will receive medi- ml treatment. If You M«ss 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. C. E. Adams of Humboldt announce the birth of a riauphter, January 18, at St. .John's ho.spital. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer • ex-.r«'' 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. Miss Dorothy Pfaff, who Is a student at the University of Kansas at Lawrence, will arrive tonight to Ki)end the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pereau and other friends. Word has been received here that Ensign Harold Gish, who is on a destroyer in the West Pacific, has been promoted to Lieutenant (jg>. Lt. Gish Ls a former resident of lola. A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY & MARKET Comer Second and Lincoln Phones 292-291 We DeUver Oranees, SunkLst Navel.:. juicy, dozen S '37f Grapefruit, Texas .seedless, 4 for . : 25c Mince Meat, moLst, lb . . 2r.c Apples—Wine.saps, Roman Beauties, YorV: Imperials, 3 pounds , , 3.'JC Peanut Butter, 2 lb. jar 48c Dried Peaches, Fancy, lb 39c Corn Mea;i, 5 lbs 23c Pickwick Coffee, the drinking coffee, lb. 33c Navy Beans, Great Nortliein, 2 "ibsi . ... , IJc Golden iMi.v Pancake Floiii. ;.' poiind iJky , 34s Pi-unoB,'rich und .sweet, lb. . He Gi-apefruit Juice, 4G o/.. caii Tomato Juice. 4'j 07. c:in . 2(ii: Catsup, 14 oz, bottle . IHc Pickwick Red Sockeye .Sulnion, pan .. i .. Wc Orcnn Tin liiipi-:ial. lb. ... J.' JJ Cloji-Lf-'C Bleaili, (iw.ivl .. I'jc Full Line Pi-e-erve.v, Jellie.s ai;d Jjni:-. •Popcoi-n, 3 lbs 33c Buckwheat FlDui'. 3 lbs. . 2.=)C Tivrs. diced, No, 10 can $1.33 Your Choice Cuts of Beef, Pork or Veal. .Sausage, Count:-:*' Style, lb. . 30c Beef. Ground. lb 'Jr,i: Sauerkraut. 2 lbs l.^c Dill Pickle.-. U'vv-c 3 for ... Isc PYankfurtcr.s. lb. 33c Chili, lb 3.V' Brooklield .Sau.siU'.e. lb 3:-',c Blue Cave lb '>2c Bacon Scraijs. lb. 2.ic Perk Chops, end cm.s, lb 31c Chuck Steak, AA, points 3, lb. 30c Fresh Oysters Fancy Fries, Hens We Buy Poultr> and Eses Mr.s. J. P. Kohler returned from Colorado Springs, last night, where .she has been for the past week visiting her sister. Mrs. T. S. Williams, who ha.s been ill. Mrs. WH- Uam.s remain;; about the same. We Use Only GRADE "A" TRUCK RUBBER On Pa.ssen?er Tire Recapping OlY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE « Pfc. Delbert John.son. who has been here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert John-son at LaHarpe and other relatives and friends i here, left yesterday for Pt. Monmouth. N. J. His sister. Mrs. Harold Gish and her .son, Bonnie, j home Ls in Kansas City, ac- I ccjmpanied him that far. Since 1881 SEALV MATIRESSES Pre-War Quality and Price S39.50 CIRTIS FURNITURE lOJJK BEQISTgB. FBfl)AY EVENING. JANUARY 19; 1945. PAGE THREE .HORIZONTAL J Pictured orchestra lea'(fer, — -TT ! ~ ~' Orchestra Lefider 3 H.Vpothetiqil structural unit 4 Street (ab.) 5 Post 6 Metal 7 Tellurium (symbol) 8 Lieutenant (ab.) 9 Alaskan city 10 12 months 14 Father 17 New Mexico (ab.). 19 Absent 21 Plaything 23 Postscript (ab.) 24 Afternoon (ab.) lIHelfit 12 Ripi^ 13 Pedal digit 14 Fastener 15 Beh<>ld! 16Mal^ 18 Singing voice 20,Canvas shelter 21Pertod of 22 Upward 24 Italian river 25 RodAnts 27 Fabte 30 Me^ure of area; 31 On Account (ab.^ 32 Supplicate 35Sm^l particle •37 Musical note 38 Him- 39 First man 42N(Jt'fost 45 Too 49VasiJ 50 Iridfum (symbol) 51 Electrified particle .52Dinifed 54Ui%lfe of measure 56 For i 57 His Orchestra is nrade up of 1 s VERTICAL 1 Bucket 2 Sugj^estion (ab.) 25 Krtock 26 Arrival 28AliSo 29 Cured hog thigh 33 Provide wfth weapons • 34Y *3U (Bib-X 35 Exclamatidn 36 Beverage V 39 Symbol for gojd 40 Pull 41 Against 43 Place 44 Native metals 46 Italian money 47 Shortly 48 Upon 53 Erbium (symbol) 54 Frequency modulation (ab.) 55 Palm lily 56 Jumbled type Dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewman were: Pfc. Delbert B. Johason of Port Monmouth, N. J., Mrs. Harold Gish and her son. Ronnie of Kansas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson of LaHarpe, Mrs. W. L. Lewman spent yesterday in Chanute where she attended the funeral) of Mrs. George Fbrd. Mrs. Ford /passed away at Pratt, Kas., and was brought to Chanute for burial. • PICTURES Religions, Floral for any room of the home SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE Mr. artl MIS . J. V. Roberts have received sword from their son, M-Sgt. Borville "Bud" Roberts that he has >iTived safely somewhere overseas.« Tire I^capplng and Vulcanizing ;24-Boar Service On passenger and truck tirea r-ajl work done In lola. ^ GUY OLIVER Vulcanizing and Tread Service Mr. and Mrs. George Hawk of Carlyle a^e the parents of a daughter born'January 18,'at St. John's haspital.,*- In Holland, roasted ttUip bulbs have ijeen grotmd up as a coffee substitute. ; Mrs, Schoeppel Undergoes Successful Operation Topeka, Jan,; 19. (AP)—Mrs. Andrew P. SchoeRpel, wife of the Kansas governor, :.underwent a major surgical operatfon at Stromont hospital today and Dr. W. W. MUls later termed the. operation a success. He .Said her condition was satisfactory and although it was too early to tell definitely, she proliably would have to; stay in the hospital about two weeks. She entered for a physical checkup earlier this week. Rangers in Yellowstone National park have short wave radios in their regular equipment, to aid in Are protection work. ' ^HUIiPOLDT, Jan. 19.—The annual liincheon meeting of the Marys a^nd Marthas class pf the Methodist fijiurch^was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. W. Hume, teacher of the'class. This aimual affair is ^ honor to the retiring officers pf tlie class. The retirhig of- ^ctrs and the incomtog officers jsfere s^ted at the table in the dining room. Other members of the class were seated at quartet tables. Mrs. Eulalia Bamett, in a few well chosen'words paid tribute to the retiring ^Cacers in a toast at the table. Mrs. A. C. Sterling presided over tl^e meeting following the luncheon. Captains were chosen for thfr year. These captains are Mrs. Ward Barricklow and Mrs. C. O. Strl^by. Pl^ns were made for life year's work. A food sale-bazaar was pitted for .Saturday preceding Easter, as a speBial activity for the c^ss to begin the year's^ work. Upwards of 30 meml)ers were, in attendance at this meeting. : ..The iPresbyterian Service Guild met Wednesday afternoon at the church,; with Mrs. C. S. Williams piresidli^g. Mrs. W. L. Drake was pirogram leader for the occasion and a very interesting program was presented on "What the Church Is Doing the'the War Emergency." She was assisted by Mrs. Henry Colburn, iirs. William Manlon, and Mrs. Carol Morgan. Mrs. J. L. Park- HUrst presented in two vocal solos, "The White Washed Army," and "Steal Away." Mrs. Charles U. Martin played the piano accompaniment. Reports of the school of instruction for church group leaders, which was held in lola on Tuesday were given by Mrs. Martin, Mrs. W. C. Caldwell, and Mrs. William Manlon. Mrs. W. A. Byerley gave the aimual call for subscriptions to Women and Missions, and other supplies. At roll call of divisions, division 3 was first with 12 members present, division 1 was second with 8 members present, divisions 2 and 4 were represented by 6 and 3 respectively. The devotions for the day were conducted by Mrs. Carol Morgan. She as her subject. "The World Is the Field," and quoted from Henry Emerson Fosdlck's latest book. "A Great Time to be Alive." A social hour followed the program, with members of the third division serving as hostesses. Refreshments were sen.'ed from a lace covered table in the dining room. A very attractive centerpiece was formed with a flat earthenware bowl of vines of the southern yam. The bowl was flanked by two miniature geese of pastel china. Thirty members of the organization were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Childers received menjberSi/Of the Wednesday night bridge club In their home. Mrs. W. J. Casper was a guest. Members pre.sent were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kent, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Sterling. Mr. and Mi-s. R. E. Thomas, Mr.s. C. W. Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Childers. Light refreshments were .served following cards. Some elephant.s are clever enough fo break off tree branches and them to ,scratch parts of the anatomy otherwise out of reach. Colony News COLONY. Jan. 16.—Mr. and Mr .s- Prank Booth of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Decker and family of Lone Elm, and Merchant Marine Herman Booth, just back from a trip to England, visited at the home of Mr. Shd Mrs. Jess Booth the first of the week. Cpl. Paul Henderson is here for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Grayce Henderson and other relatives and friends. Honor roll for Colony grade and high school for the third six weeks is as follows: Seniors, Kathleen Melvln; Juniors. Naomi Brlggs. Rachel Lewis, Frances Murphy, Alice Grace Myers; Sophomores, Earline Chatterton; Freshmen, Marjorie Hoff- meler; Eighth Grade. Maleta Xxick- hart, Joyce Plpplnger: .Seventh grade, Joan Powell; Sixth grade. Shirley Spangler: Fifth grade, Mer- rlui Kelley; Fourth grade, Marilyn Lay; Third grade, Shirley Shreck, Melba McGhee; Second grade, Lela Wolcott, Dale Llndeau; First grade. Rome Mitchell, Claire Nulan, &;Hy Turner. tJ, COLDS Relieve misery direct without "dojln^ CKS APORue Mrs. William McKean and her daughter, Patty Lou, of Chanute are here spending a lew days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Perkins and their daughter. "Betty, while Mr. McKean is in Oklahoma City, Okla., on business. Do "Plate-Sores" Bother You? If your "GUMS" itch, bum, or cause you discomfort, druggists will return money If the first bottle of "LETO'S" fails to satisfy.—Reynolds Drug Store. Willis Pereau. who has been in Nebraska the past few weeks traveling for a grain firm ouf of Kansas City, which he is employed ;-rrived home last night for a few day.s visit with his wife and other relative.s and fricnd-s. Try This Hew Amazing xture MEN'S OVERSHOES 4-Buckle, Sizes 7 to 11 $3.89 Gamble Store New Sheer Blouse^ An Outstanding Success-in Canada - Tvlade in U.S.A Crsit for Broncliiii CoMghs or Throat Irritations Due to Colds } r..r •» >iu:i» ?•suiif." •;tlr ;',.t 1 in.•. I" jhK Hi. l:!-r^' 1 iiH a liil 1 a I. I ,1,. H ~i |. .11 .• •,f i.i (,.: ; : . I .• ..l.'t:..^ \v "vk iir^~ t ••ip\- .acl- .•• ;'I;!'-K',t .'i'!t'., '1 ll'. tli«^ r I...: .^nu. ^ ^,...,11. t IIM —I |. .11 .; .-ur [...: .^rm, .-• -,| .s Jen.. U";.st. I ''U;;JHI1C I-J' I.- IK '-.'IS-'S. y'.tl t ivsiills r :li<t V..U fi—l ll\f .M' ct ••f r :;u, - .'• y .S liinlniKly. (•..n,|.,.]!i'if 'i iroin luiij <'.m.T.ilaii I'iii'.- mill filler vnot-iinj; i.fUlin*; iiiui, ili. ril.s I: tl'-k I-'v;: *,'.\N- AtJlot. MiMur. I« .lirrcr.V.t from .•Uiytl.iriK J-.i'l IV r llKi;—ri:! Iiii--Jl' .itloj;—1|£^ rup. ii lujitle to• ly .-it a ^v i-'o,>il ilriiK r.Mr". .'-•.Tti^i- laCllO" , .|-- •• ' • r •T.,.i,..y liiick. Reynolds Drug Store Cooksey 's Drug Store —"Looking for a nice place to lunch?" Visit our comfortable, quiet and pleasant restaurant. The food is delicious and is served in an appetizing manner. Quick Service and Splendid Food Modern Cafe WHITE ONLY SHORT SLEEVES SIZES 32 to 38 $1.98 $2.95. $3.95 FASCINATORS They'll fascinate you! ,' Rayon and Wool' $149 t° $1.95 BETTY'S You Can Usually Find It At Bright Little SOFT SUITS From 19.85 Up The, bright little .suit that sets off your dickies and bloivses. to perfection! Dressmaker detailed with tucks, pockets, different-looking buttons, these are THfi suits for this busier-than-ever Spring. Find youi;s here . . . from our star collection of cardigan, Vopper, casual revere .styles styled and priced as you like them! ALSO MANY 3-PIECE STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM O TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WUiUAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE M/\-50R.TO BODV- 6UARO ME.T\M>G&6, €.0 WE'LL DOTKE VJORRVlNi" FOR. 60Trt OP US-.-TUB WEEK'S SALARY IS ms FIRST \MORR.V INDEED,PIKE,VOUR . VJORRIES ARE OMEfZ.'. '-^-ttA ARMED LIKE TME BATTLESHIP MISSOURI-~6UT E6Ap,MANi/\MOlsi^T SOU EASE /v^N TA'SK BV RET^RAlNilNiS —^ FR0M.T ^AOSe . I MPLDV 30KESf IF I HAD VOUR 30B, AtAOS,THeM GA&SV300LD MAKE AAE TR\G6ER-UAPPV X'D UAFTA6PRA,V/ THE GOV VOITK ACK-ACK/ 30B IS DOUBLE: TROUBLE=

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