The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 22, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 22, 1945
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(Octavia Stewart) Afchle Woodward, lola evangelist. Is oonduetlng a revival this week at Coffeyvllle and broadcasting over KOOF at 1:15 p. m. on Monday, Wednisday and Friday. Hot, cold and machlneless perma- nenis, Thurs. and Prl., Wolfs Beauty Shop. Pho. 905. Mable Henson.—adv. Mrs. Joe Herman of Westphalia, who has been a patient at St. John's hospital, was dismissed yesterday. We Use Only GRADE "A" TBVCK RUBBER On Fanenger Tire Recapping GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE Robert Mealey, who was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday, underwent an appendectomy today. Miss Betty Jo Sprague who Is a student at Baker university at Baldwin, is here spending her semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sprague.' Wallpaper and Sewall Paints LEWIS FAINT STORE Mrs. Burt X^awrence and her daughter Nancy spent Saturday in Kansas City. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mrs. Margaret Jones of Marys- viUe, Kas., is here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rickard. Mrs. Jones is the sister of Mr. Rickard. OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Of AD Types. Mrs. Velma Tidd underwent surgery at the Lakeside hospital in Kansas City.felo., Thursday and is getting along nicely at this time. Her room number is 203. DRS. W. P. & LUCY M. HULL Ground Floor Offices ,12 North Sycamore Genuine —O-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y— Reliable Diagnosticians Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Quinn returned last night from Wichita where they went to accompany their daughter, Mrs. L. C. Gould. Mrs. Gould is going on to Houston, Tex., to Join her husband. Large and Medium Rockers : SLEEPER FURNITURE STORE ' Miss Martha Colleen Brown of LaHarpe was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday where .she underwent an appendectomy today. WAUOH FUNERAL HOME— 56. •Mrs. Robert Rogers oi Sun Dlcgo, Calif i, spent Saturday here as the guest of Mrs. Lockwood Lacy and her son Bill. Mrs. Rogers Is visiting her parents in Chanute. Mrs. E. L. Kinikin is here from Liberal, Kas., visiting her mother. Mrs. B. F. Clayton and her sister, Miss Gary Clayton. NEW L0.4NS ... 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 are a renter, let us help you get the same start. . . . Come m and we'll explain our Dlan. SECURITY BLDG, & LOAN ASSN. General view of the White House Inauguration scene as Rt. Rev. Ai^us Dun, Bptscopal Bishop of Washington, offers the opening prayer. President Roosevelt is seated at the left of Durf in 'portico.—(NBA Telephoto.) Miss Verla Jones retimied to the University of Kansas at Lawrence last night after spending the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Jones. Dressmaking; ladies' tailored suits made from men's suits. Pur coats remodeled and repaired. Mrs. Pearson, 219 North Third. Phone 781.— adv. Mrs. Eula Mae Lewis received word today from her husBand, Sgt. elbert A. Lewis,. who has been In active service overseas, has arrived m California. Miss Eleanor Meek of Seattle. Wash., who has been here visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Meek, left ye.sterday for New York City, where she Will visit frleniLs. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72, NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The; Register is printing fewer 'mltted to St. John's hospital yes- ••Ofc^i"' copies of each Issue. Sub- terday where she will receive medl- Mrs. C. G. Tharp of the Rogers Hotel at Claremore, Okla.. was ad- scribers wistilng to purchase several-copies of any particular Issue are asked to place their order in adva,nce, if possible. Extra copies can be sold only aa long as they last. Lee Kemper, department commander of the American Legion, will be in lola Thursday to address a joint meeting of the Leslie Camp-, bell post and the Amefican. TX-. gion auxiliary. cal treatment. If Yon Miss Yonr Phone 8 between 6:00 p.- 'in,; 'ax^d 7:00 p. m. Only one dellvinyoan made and that is aft^-7 P- ^• Mrs. A. R. Murphey and' Mrsr A. S'. Case of Independence left yesterday for Chicago, 111., where Mrs. Murphey will purchase merchandise for the Aladdin Dress and Gift Shops. , _ Since 1881 SEALY TUFl^tSS MATTRESSES Pre»War Quality and Price $39.50 CURTIS FURr«%%RE Mrs. D. P. Northrup had as her guests over the week-end her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Lillian Harry and Marjorie. Miss Mar- Jorle Harry is employed as a niu-se In the Ordnance plant at Parsons. Mrs. Harry and her daughter aLso vlisted Mr. and Mrs. Louis Northrup. A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY AND MARKET Comer Second and Lincoln Phones 292-291 We Deliver Apple.s, 3 las 35c Oranges. Calif, juicy, doz 37c Radishes, 3 bunches '. lOc HGF Coffee, lb 33c Pillsbury Pancake Flour, pkg 14c Yellow Galons,',8 lbs 15c Liquid Smoke, bottle 23c Kirk's Coco Hardwater Castile, 'bar 5c Rice, 2 lbs 19c Pickwick Jelly Jell for making ielly, bottle 25c Mother's Cocoa, lb. pkg 15c Sailor Boy Sov Beans. 2 cans ...19c Orange Pekoe Tea, '4 lb 27c Swan Soap,-3 bars 32c Choice Cuts Beef, Pork and Veal Veal Stew, boneless 24c Kraut, fresh barrel. 2 lbs 15c Spare 1 Ribs, lb. /23c Frankfurters, lb ^..33c Smoked Sausage, lb 40c Cottage Cheese, lb 18c Lard, 2 lbs 35c Durkee's Shortening, 2 lbs 45c Ducks, Hens, Bakers We Buy Ponltr>- and Eggs Miss Rose-Marie Elliott who Is a student In Phillips university, Enid, Okla., came Friday morning for a fihort visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Cora EIUott.Mr.';. Piiney ElUott. who has made her home here with Mrs. Cora Elliott for the last three months, returned to Enid with her daughter, Sunday. Chaplain Plincy Elliott is stationed in England. Screen Actrefs HORIZONTAL VERIDICAL 1 Pictured • 1 Meadow movie actress. 2 Insect .-J 3 We n Abstract being 4 Great Lake 12 incursion ^So^^^ 6 Bismuth ; t (symbol) 7 Sums up 8 Measure of K area 9 Legal measure 13 Beam 14 Near ' ? 15 Palm lily 16 Aiccomplish 18 Us IS Electrical Aniivr«r <o Prevlonii Puxrle sidimnsaraG!! . r=^H wi^nn i .'i'ni'Jii Hanaa Hitgssisgniiiwyiasffiigg^ii n[sinEi^auuQUkir:3Ei[^ i!!i =!ii ^rj[3iarai*,:*HiaL^ raS@[IEirJEi@i 10 Lixivium engineer (ab.) 15 Golf device 26Staten Island 17 Lubricant (ab,) 21 Spain (ab.) 21: Extra - 22 Italian river 25 Pertaining to 23 Permit i law 24 International 30 Horseback language game 26 And (Latin) 31T6mporary dwiniing 3iO£ Moorish descent SSPiays on words 38 Chessmen 40 (Sets up 4iErbium' ^ (symbol) " 43 Company . (ab.) 44 Bushel (ab.) 46 Daybreak (comb, form) 47 Paid notice 48 Father 50 United States of America ,1 ' (8b.) . 52 intend > 55 Possesses 56Sbe is , 28 Any 29 Lieutenant (ab.) 32 Military police (ab.) 33 On account (ab.) 34 Registered nurse (ab.) 40 Staff 42 Italian capital 43 Slang 44 Tramp (slang) 45 United Service Organization (ab.) ^8 Dance step 35 Jumbled type 49 Donkey 36 Northeast 51 Average (ab.) (ab.) 37 Steamship (ab.) 39 Observe 53 Each (ab.) 54 Alternating current (ab.) 55 Him FICTUBES Rellgloas, Floral for any room of the home SLEEPER FVBNITUBE STORE Miss Phyllis Foust left today for New York City where she will spend the week visiting her brother, Lt. John Foust. From there she will go to Washington, D. C, to accept a position with the government. Tire Recapping and Vnleanlsing 24-Hoiir Service On passenger and truck Urea —all work done In lola. GUY OLIVER Vnlcanizlng and Tread Servlee Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hancock of Humboldt are the parents of a son born this morning at St. John's hospital. NOTICE The Ladies of the Auxiliary will meet with the American Legion for a covered dish supper at 7 p. m., Thursday, January 25, in the Legion Rooms. Bring jcovered dish, sandwiches, and own table service. CALENDAR FOB THE WEEk (USMC photo front NEA) It's just 16 months old, and pretty cute, so imagine what it will be when it grows up. The musthche, we mean, hot its proud owner who is Marine Pfc. William B. Messinger,; 22, of Denve^r, Colo., pictured on his vetuirt to the U. S. after 27 rrj^ntVin p-i"ifif> STV'fP. The condition of Miss Alyce Mae Shepherd, who has been seriously ill with bronchial pneumonia. Is much Improved and she Is able,to be up this Week. She is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shepherd. 1 WAUOH FUNERAL HOME-88. A. R. Murphey will return home from Kansas City tonight after spending today there on business. Mrs. Allen Smith was dismissed from St. John's hospital today and taken to her home in Humboldt. She has been a medical patient. A TREATY KEPT (By Tom Waugh) Recently there was paid by the Government to the members of the Six Nations Indian tribes,* in New- York State, the annual issue of $3300 worth of calico. This in accordance with an old Treaty dating back into the 18th century. Tlic payment is made to insm-e the peaceful behavior of those Indians, which isn't much of a problem now. because they are all busy and successful citizens. But it is one of the very few Indian treaties which the Government has lived up to—possibly because in this case, the cost of virtue was so small. And it is interesting to reflect that the only colonists ever to settle here who never had any Indian trouble at all, were the Quakers who, under the guidance of the good William Penn and their own consciences, tried the experiment of treating the Indians according to the Golden Rule. And it worked so well that while other colonists went to their church, of a Sunday, heavily armed and looking fearfully over theh- shoulders, the Quakers confidently turned their kids over to the nearest Indian squaw to care for, and went peacefully on their way. Remarkable principle—that Golden Rule! Next Monday Mr. Waugh of the Waugh Funeral Home will ' comment on "Remember When?" —adv. Mrs. Ross F. Jones and her daughter, Eva Lou, spent the week-end in Kansas City, visiting Mrs. Jones' mother^, Mrs. Eva Freese.Mrfi. Freese returned home with them, whero she wUl remain until the middle of the we$k. We Use Only GRADE "A" TRUCK RUBBER On Passenger Tire Recapping GUY OLIVER TIRE SERVICE Mrs. Adam Bnme, who' has been a surgical patient at St. John's hospital, was dismissed today and taken to her home. Mrs. O. B. Pkrks spent the weekend In Burlington, Kas., visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Williams. « leinrCoiiCfM ue to colds.«d. withdofidoiHiv Rubl APPROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS CdLON TROUBLES FREE BOOK—Expteins Facts Coloti troubles and Piles rate with -Ip&d teeth and tonslU as a fruitful taus^- of other ailments. Learn facts. 122-pa6:e FREE BOOK explains causes, effects and latest treatfnent. Write today. The Mc- Cleafy Clinic,«HE104 Elms Blvd., Exceteior Springs, Mo. (Franeea Halbe) MONDAY F. W.' Auxiliary will meet hi Memorial hall at 8 p. m. Please bring gifts for the sunshine basket. : 'iUESDAY Sorasis club meets with Mrs. Alex StroQp, 814 East street, at 2:30 p. m." anie Royal Neighbors will meet arthe Odd PeUow haU for initiation at 7:30 p. in. ' The country club bridge group ;wiH play at 8 p..m. Mrs. N. ^. ' Bi^ham and , Mrs. Alfred Nash , ' are, hostesses. , WEDNESDAY , Llncohi P^ T. A. study\ group meets with 'Mrs. Maynard Mor- gai^, 821 N. Chestnut, at 2:30 p. m. Annual Parish meeting of St. Tlitaothy's >^Epl8Copal church will be,held In the JMin Theatre of th< Commuhjty bMil'ding with a j covered disb dinner at 6:30 p. m. preceding the business meeting. , "njURSDAY ' "Hie Second division of the Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. Ernest Yocum, 312 West Madison^ at 3:30, p. m. TJie Fourth division of the Presbyterian c^wch meets with Mrs. G. A. Dunw^dy, 419 South Sycamore, at 3:30 p. m. Mrs. Charles Wafener and'Mrs. Mary E. Crawford are assisting hostesses. 171^ Woman's Auxiliary of St. Timothy's church meets with Mrs. Leigh Bowlus, 408 East Jackson, at 3:30 p. m. Dorcas class of the Baptist chuj'ch meats with Mrs. Ebb Lewman, 402 south Jefferson, at 2:30, p. m- ,; Ftrst Division of the Presbyter- Ian chiu-ch -meets with Mrs. Grant Lawrence, 305 South Second, at 2:30 p. m. • . (•.cTht- swieral, dlviston of the Christian <^urch meets with Mrs. J. A. Oriffttb, 216 N. Cottonwood at i p. m. The American Legion Auxiliary mee^ with the post members at 7 p.; m. toi a covered dish snp- super. BrUig covered dish, sand- wi«Jes, and own table service. ' FRIDAY Ldyal Leaders of the Christian chtuch will meet at 2:15 p. m. with Mrs. Dave Long, 209 S. Syca- morfe. i Tlie regular meeting of the Amrt-ican Legion Auxiliary has beed postponed one week. Initiation of iVew members will be held Friday, February 2, at 7:30 p. na. A VpiXVK FOB EVEBY DAY Make aie too brave to lie or be im: klftd. Makel :D^ too understandhig, too, to m&id Tjie IjjktU hurts companions give, axa friends. The careless hurts that no one quite . intends. l£ake :m|^ too thoughtful to hurt o(heri so. . ^ilp me to. kniow The tnn^ hearts of those for wbom I care, Th^ir'^ secret wishes, all the loads th«y bear. That r may add my courage to their owb.: May { make lonely folks feel less aldne. And happier ones a little happier •i yet. May I:forget What ought to be forgotten; and recall. Unfailing, all Ttiat ought to be recalled, each ^ kindly thtog, Forgetting what might sting. Tb all upon my way. Day after, day, Let me be joy, be hope! Let my life ; stag! —Mary Carolyn Davles. Braden-Okon Flight Officer Earl LaVeme Ol- sbh, of Erie, Kansas, pilot with Sixth Ferrying Group at Long Beach Army Air Field, was united in'marriage with Miss Kama Lee Braden of Elsmore, Kansas, at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon in the Post Chapel at the Air Transport Command-Ferrying Division base. Miss Oaitherine Merworth of Long Beach, was bridesmaid, while Lt. Frank R. Henderson of Sixth Ferrying Group acted as best man. explain C. M. Bates performed the ceremony. " Mrs.: Olson is th edaughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles R. Braden of Elsihore, Kansas. F /O Olson, son of Mr..and Mrs. David W. Olson of R. .p. 2. Erie, Kansas, is a graduate of Elsmore high school and attended Kapsfis State College, where he majored in chemistry and engineer-/ ing. Rrior to his enlistment In Oct. 1042, lu! was an aircraft mechanic and flight instructor. = • -> • Trinity. Gnild SEeets With M^s. Taylor The ;Wesleyan Service Guild of the 'Trinity Methodist church met in the •home of Mrs. Roberta Taylor Friday, evening. Aftef the devotional period led by Mrs. Ethel Hamilton, Mrs. R. B. Brown'; Installed the new officers of the Guild In an impressive service. Mrs. dazel Moore and Mrs. Ethel Hanillton sang a duet and the lesson wis presented by Mrs. Faye Conover, who took as her subject "Women in Service." Mrs. Eileen Gardner presided at the business sessibn.. Miss Grace "nirasher, Emporia, Miss Noima Jean Snell and Mrs. Mildred Cleaver were guests, and Do Yss Suffer'PERIODIC KMALE PAIN WKh Ks WMk, Nervous "DncfM Out" FMllngs? If at tueb tImM—vou like so many glrU tbi women suffer from cramps, neadAch*, backache, feel tired, restless, a bit mbodr—all due to functional perl- odto' disturbance^- Stari at once—try Lydia E. Plnk- hsm's Vecetable Compound to reUeve •ueta^ s^ptoms. It's famoua not only to help, relieve monthlr pain but also •ccompanTlns tired, weak, nervous feelings of. tbla nature. Ttals la because of Its •dottalng effect on ONE or WOMAN'S MOR XKroRANT OKOANS. Taken regu- Unr — Plnkbam's Compound helps build'up reslaunce osalnst such symptoms. Vollow label directions. LYDIA L PINKHAM'S Rack of Ages Beaultj NOW and FOREVER WILLIAMS MONUME»' WORKS >^-AattioffaM Dealer— , S5 Tews in lela Mrs. Jjianlta O'Connor became a new member. Other members present were Mesdames Harold McBrayer, R. B. Brown, Lucille Martin, Eva Ammon, Helen Dlehl, Hazel Moore, Ethel Hamilton, Orpha Baker, Faye Conover, Mae Brown, Clarice Pettlt, Alleen Gardner, J. V. Hart; Misses Nellie Thdmpson, and Bonny Brown. Refreshments were served by the hostess. * * •> NancT Lon Belknap Has Party Mrs. Elmer Belknap, entertained a group of children at her home Saturday afternoon In honor of the seventh birthday of Nancy Lou, her daughter. The afternoon was spent with games and contests. Refreshments of Ice cream and birthday cake were served by Mrs. Belknap and each child received a favor. Present were Nancy Lou's Sunday school teacher, Mrs. Madge OUlman, and the following children: Darlene Fet- iiiay Ann Ibompion. 8«ndr» Svd- ing. Mary Ann Watets, 01«o Moftfi, Donna Field. Ramoni MeOowan. Marilyn Dreyer, Janice Miller and Linda Glllman. DOUBLE OB NOTBING Denver, Jan. 22. (AP)—Walter Schoonover of Walden. Colo., and A. M. Tennaht of Denver couldnt agree on the price for O. I. Joe, Palomino stallion owned by Tennant. Tennant wanted $3,000. Schoonover offered $2,500. Finally they agreed to flip a coin—double or nothing. Schoonover lost and paid .$6,000 for the stallion. NURSE LOSES FAT SAFELY AYDS WAY MsBmmtrwlAmritxmdu Eat starches, potatoes. smYt Juat cut down. AYDS jiUa la safe, •ensible. easier. Mo exer. cue. No drags. No laxatives. NufMwuoacori Its pM-Miai losloa lb*, aiants In •.I* iacUnlcal toU with Ayd* coud acted by medical doc Oeliclota AYDS befcae each meal ddla the appetite. Yet you (et vitamiiA mioEnli. essential nutiienu bi Ayds. Start th^ Ards War to lose might now. 30 day supply w ~ " ou're not dtlighted with results : with the very fint box. Phoas Scarborough Bros., Phone 181 We present Nelly Daa's PAIK WSATIintSIHT (• appear seasaaally la differeat deslgas* hmt always Ihe saiae ijaallty* styllatf, aad at. IVete the tallerlag . . . the eallarless aeckUae ... the lagealaas detail aerass the Ugh jrafce. Rnsslaa Cord Saafarlxed Cottea. Bine, Flag Red, BrawB. 10^0. $10.95 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS Howard E. MiUer, former circulation manager of The Register, is visiting old friends to lola. He started with The Register about 1898 and ran the circulation department for a number of years. He moved from here to Oklahoma and eventually to Seattle, Wash., where he engaged In the .lumber and contracting business. He Is now retired. He brought with him greetings from Claude Culbertson, former lolan, who Is In the clothing business In the Vance building, Seattle. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . MAJOR HOOPJLE THE DOUBLE DEALER '. cow. mUT im MHVICI. MC -

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