The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 24, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 24, 1945
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lOLA. KANSAS iOctavia Stewart) Ed Porter, pharmacist's mate, second class, feft today for Orange, Tex., after spending ills leave here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Porter. WftUpeper and SewaU Palnto LEWIS PAINT STOBfi Francis Bremer, who has been - seriously ill in the hospital in Kan, sas City, has returned home. His condition was reported this morning to be good. Treatment for Krepine Rngs and Carprts Clean POWDER-ENE is an ideal cleaner for yoxu- rugs and carpets, Is recommended by the Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc. Sleeper FnmUnre Store Mrs. B. F. Worthington of Ottawa, Kansas, Is a guest this week of her son, Milton Worthington, and his family. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mrs. W. L. Lewman spent yesterday in Neodesha where she visited with Mr. arid Mrs. H. F. Bates. NEW LOANS... totaling nearly $70,000.00 were \. made by us during 1944. . . . We i- 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 in and we'll explain our plan. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. Harold Gay, who has been a medical patient at St. John's hospital since Sunday, was dismissed today and taken to his home here. SLEEPER MORTUART. PHO. 72. Miss Ilene Gibbs of Kansas City, is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Ball and family. IJressmaking; ladies' tailored kuits made from men's suits. Pur coats remodeled and repaired. Mrs. Pearson, 219 North Third. Phone 781.— adv. Dinner guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bacon were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Price, Mrs. Feme Krokstrom and her son. Junior, and Mrs. Kendell Price and her son, Ronnie, all of Elsmore. 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 covered dish, sandwiches, and own table service. Clifford E. Smith, seaman second class, has been transferred from San Diego, CaUf., to the U. S. Armed Guard base at Treasure Island, near San Francisco, Calif. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Pat Smith. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-^, Mrs. Lutie Livingston returned to Parsons yesterday after spending a few days here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewman and with William Livingston. According to the bulletin received here from Congressman Errett P. Scrlvner, two of hLs visitors in Washington, D. C, during the past two weeks were Barbara Burns Harwi and Lt. Prank I. Harwi. Jr., of lola and AtchLson respectively. : Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing : : 24.Woor Service : ; On passetiger and truck tires : —ell work done In lola. GUY OLIVER : : Vnlfcanizlng and Tread Service : William LivinK.ston was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday where he will receive medical treatment. If Yon Miss Your Register Plione 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. Lawrence Crowell received a telegram this morning that her brother, Pfc. Orval W. Hibbs, has been missing in action since January 4. He was with the Seventh Army in France. Pfc. Hibbs is the son of Sam. W. Hibbs, formerly of lola but now living in Wichita. There Will Be a Special Joint Meeting of the American Legion Post and its Auxillarj- Members Tliursday evening, January 25th. 1945, at 7:00 p. m. Department Commander Lee Kemper will be here to attend this meeting. I urge all members to attend. Covered dish supper will be served. A. D. GORDON, Commander. Since 1881 SEALY TUFTLESS MATTRESSES Prc-War Quality and Price S39.50 CURTIS FURNITURE Mrs. R. I. Frederick, who has been a surgical patient at St. John's hospital, was dismissed today and taken to her home in Cha- nutc. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer '••(JXli'i'' 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. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Livingston returned to their home in Chicago, HI., yesterday after spending the past few days here visiting Mr. Livingston's brother, William Livingston, who is seriously ill, and with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewman. Word has Ijocn rrceivcd herr that Pfc. Roger F. Mollohan has been assigned to the 2nd AAF flying field, at Ardmore. Okla., where he Is completing final phase training as gunner of a heavy bombardment unit. Mollohan entered the service Feb. 14, 1944. He received army air force gunnery training at Las •Vegas Army Air Field Las Vegas, Nevada. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mollohan, .Rt. 2. lola, y -md his wife and three children, I reside at 817 East Jackson. A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY AND MARKET Comer Second and Lincoln Phones 292-291 We Deliver Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Oranges. Navel, juicy, doz 35c Nancv Hall Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs 25c Puffed Oats, pkg 15c S. G. Svrup (darki. 5 lb. jar 39c Gold Medal Flour. 25 lb. bag .$1.15 Lee Soap Granules, large pkg...23c Sardines, 2 tali cans 25c Salmon, tall can 49c Noodle Shack Dinner, each 12c Lee Noodles, pkg 12c Campbell Tomato Juice, 14 oz. 10c Meat for Boiling. 1 lb 25c Ground Beef for Hamburgers or Loaf, lb 25c Lee Hamburger Spread, jar 14c Dill Pickles, each 5c Cottage Cheese, lb 18c Kraut (bulk). 2 lbs 15c Hens, Ducks and Bakers We Buy Poultry and Eggs Raymond Jones was admitted to St. John's hospital today for medical treatment. Word has been received that Davfd Patton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Patton of Oamett is 111 with bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Patton will be remembered here as Miss Julia Ann Livingston. WAUOH FUNERAL .HOME-S8. Word has been received here that Joe S. Bnmdage Jr. has been promoted from corporal to marine sergeant. He is stationed at Cherry Point. N. C. and is with a unit of the Ninth Marine Aircraft Wing, which is in combat training at this air station. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brundage, Sr., Rt. 3, lola. Berloa Guaranteed Moth Spray Stops moth damage for five years. Protect yom- rugs and carpets against moth damage. Sleeper Fnmltare Store Word has been received in lola of the death of Vernon Olson, age 19, at Visiala, California, on January 22. He was the grandson of A. L. Oliver and S; E. Olson, Tola. Vernon was the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Olson who lived for a number of years at Bassett. Mr. Olson was employed at the Lehigh Portland cement company. The parents now live on the west coast. Vernon's brothes, Ralph Olsoii, Jr., is with the armed services overseas. Heart disease was the cause of the young man's death. DISCOURAGED Kansas Citv, Kas.. Jan. 24. (AP)— A Missouri resident has been disillusioned about the liberality of Kansas marriage laws. An elderly man told the Wyandotte county marriage license bureau: "I'd like to make arrangements for one of those trial marriages they allow over here. I'm afraid I might not be able to get along with the woman." The clerk explained to him that, although there was no wait in Kansas, the ceremony was just as permanent as elsewhere. The Missourian shook his head despondently and departed. TIRED OF BEING FUNNY PhUadelphla, Jan. 24. (AP)—Jack Benny says he's tired of being funny. After 34 years of it—he'll be 51 on Valentine's day—the radio and screen comedian thinks he has "had enough." Benny, who' was in town last night for a March of Dimes benefit show, told his audience that he hopes to try his hand at directing or producing motion pictures after the war. Until then, he says, hell continue to try for the laughs— especially from the servicemen he visits on his USO tours. Cryolite has been used in the manufacture of glass, enamel ware and some insecticides. TOE lOLA BEdlSim WEDJTODAY EVENING. JANUARY 2i 1946. PAGE THREE U. S. Army Doctor HOBIZONTAX. 1 Pictured Annjr >tir- ceos'genenl. » By lODevi^ for canying didtct 11 Atmosphere 13Fem«le abeep (pL) ISMUitiurjr poUcie (ab.) 16 Excellent 17 Vigilante group 18 Totalled 20HaU-^ 21 Behold! 22 Inquires 25 Beyond 27 Daybreak (comb, form) 28 Paid notice 29 Compensates 31 Shortly 34 Alun^inum (synfbol) 35 He is in cliiarge of medicaLcare for Ar^tcan 49Cogaomca 50 2000 poaad« SIKetwwk of aeyvea 53 Five and Ave MHenq^eivises ore for • VXKTICAX. ICurrent eveoti ZBUnertl rocki 3 Mount (sb.) 4Provide with weapon* 5 Short deep 0 Kentucky («b.) Tlnobnlon SGenUe (Mexican peannts 12Uv*l9r dano «t 38Bora 14Harden SSMu's name le Distant ' 36 Matched 17 Vegetable 37 Angry WPeriod 3«Maleofl«pTln| 23 Lode, opener 41 Amy food 24 Distress signal (slang) 25DanecstQ> 42Gambling 26Exdtement game 29 Kitchen 45 Scale of pay utensil ' 46 So be itl 30 Keenly 51 Registered 'watdtful '. nurse (ab.) 32F?eqijently J52 Editor (ab.) 39 Iron (symbol) 40 Parts of bodies . 43 Measure of area 44 Make: a ^ speech 47 American ostrich 48 Tantalum (symbol) Humboldt Items HUMBOLDT, Jan. 24.—Mrs. James Arthur Smith received meml)ers of the Royal Neighbors lodge in her home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Clara McGrew presided over the bustoess session., During the formalities of the meeting Installation of officers was held, .with Mrs. Jenny Brothers presiding. Mrs. Smith served refreshments during the social hour which followed the business meeting. Members attending were: Mrs. Clara McOrew, Mrs. Jenny Brothers, Mrs. J. A. Powell. Mrs. J-. M. Spence. Mrs. J. E. Wakefield, and the hostess, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. J. B. Rentz has arrived from Miami, Okla., for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Clara McOrew, and other relatives. She made this special trip to visit her nephew, M-Sgt. Richard McOrew, who is here from the South Pacific. Mrs. Susan Steenbock has received word that her brother, J. R. Biles passed away at Falls City. Neb.. Saturday, morning at 9:30. Burial will be in Oklahoma. Mrs. J. W. ShIke and Miss Marian went to Baldwin today to Join Rev. Shike/ and to attend the last Lieut. Theodore W. Judah, bom hardier on a B-17 Flying Fortress and a memljer of the 3rd Bombardment Division which was cited by the president for Its historic England-African shuttle bombing of the Messerschmitt airplane factories at Reginsburg, Germany. Is back in the United States and will^be home Saturday for a furlough, according to word received yesterday by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Judah. NEW for SPRING LADIES* BAGS The newest styles of alligator and smooth leathers, in colors 3f brown, black, gray, red and jheny patent. $2.95.. $7.95 (Not inclu(iing tax) BETTY'S 14 Sojuth Washington Phone 358 alued at mora fhan a million dollars'. A precious .replica, cost in solid 24-IC gold, of th* fomout Gold Crots "lifiiit" lat>... sacrct of th* youth-giving fit of b«autiful Cold Croii Shoot. rites tot, Mrs., Emilia W. Shike. mother ol: Rcr. Shlke. Mrs. H> F. McKenney entertained Monday rnlght with two tables of bridge. She had as a guest Mrs. Henry Colbum. Members attending were: Mrts. C. E. Vestle, Mrs. Milton Amos, Mrs. Robert Finney, Mrs. Lewis Dijake, Mrs. Robert Leimenstoll. Ml?. Fred Hiller, and Mrs. McKenni^. Delicious refreshments were served after cards. S-Sgt. ^omer Bauer left Monday evening for a new assigiunent. after a two we*ks" visit here with his parents, Mr.<and Mrs. L. K. Bauer. He was statipned in New Britain In the South Pacific, when he was granted a furlougfi. He has served more than two yeai^ in this theater of war. The Uidies" Aid of the Lutheran church w^l hold the regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Saving Jr. Mothers of men in the Service will meet tomorrow afternoon at the honui of Mrs. Carl Olson to sew carpet regs which will be sent to Wadsworth Vet«^' hospitaL Mr. add Mrs. Ray Card had as their guests Sunday, her father, C. E. I^hman, and her brother, Paul Lehinan of lola. Thirty-seven per cent of Prance's land is arable, ar,d about 38 per cent of her prewar population was directly engaged in agrictUture. Moran Happenings many friends goes to Mrs. Linley Hill in her great loss, and they are hoping that Mrs. Hill may regain her own health. Mrs. Elmer Colgin spent Saturday in Paola. Word from the hospital today is MORAN, iJan. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, north of Bronson, helped Mr. Sennle Duzan celebrate his birthday Ttieaday by eating dinner with him. Mrs. Smith also called to see how Mrji. Lacey was. Mrs. Helen Burnett and Mrs. Hope Smith were lola visitors Monday evening. • Mrs. Vlrgmla Oudde and Karen Ruth went to LaHarpe Sunday for a visit with-their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. To|n Oreen. Mr. Lou Mattocks was an lola business visitor Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Earl brooks and son Robert have retumt^ from a visit in Buffalo, Mo. Het daughter Mrs. Earline Van Houtan aad little son returned with her and will remain here indefinitely wivh her parents. Friends are hoping =ihat Mrs. Van Houton may receive word from her husband who was reported last week to be missing in aijtlon. Friends art ejctending their deepest sympathy to Mrs. Carl Snodgrass and father, Mr. Oscar Mills (who is here with his daughter Mrs. Snodgrass a^ Mr. Snodgrass for awhile) in the loss of their son and brother, Thomas E. Mills who was killed in action in Germany November 27. He was buried in Belgiiun and given a^military funeral. Mrs. Snodgrass hai received a letter from his commandtog officer. Mr. Otis Mills from Greeley and Mr. Lester Mills from PitUburg spent Simday- here with their sister, Mrs. Sne^grass, and father Mr. Mills. . Mrs. Slaughter received word from her son OUbert Hoover that he would be Inciucted Into the army February 7 aHd expected to t>e here with his family Sunday for a short visit. • Mr. and MPs. Orvllle Rlggs spent Monday withvMrs. Riggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Boyd. Mrs. Linlejr Hill received word today that h^ mother Mrs. Laure Edwards had, passed away at hei home in Leitvenworth. Mrs. Edwards was a t^sldent of Moran for many years and had so many friends here. Tf she had lived until March she ^ould have been 91 years old. The.funeral arrangements have not been made at this time. The sincerest; sympathy of all her Bewara Coughs from eonfflon colds^ That Hang On Creomulslotirelleves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell yoUr dn^gist to sell you a bottle of Credmulsion with the understanding yoM must like the wav it quickly allays the cougn or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION forCouehs, Ch#st Colds. Bronchitis TO THE lOVEir STIE OF YOUTH So pretty. So feminine. So perfect fitting. For they're Gold Cross , Shoes, nude over the exclusive "Limit" lasts — valued at over a ^y'- miliion dollars because they bring the smart step of youth to millions of women. Come, choose yours from our exciting new arrivals. TW AMTOINSm CROSS &HQES Famous for ovor 50 y^on ei Rod ^MLQH Crou Shoos... UndmDaf^ vohio at A* adv»rt]<«<f in UFE Reyolotionary Hearidg Aid No Battery, Case, Pack Wires FREE HEARING CLINIC 9 a .m. to 5 p. m., Thursday, J^an. 25th HOTEL KELLEY: (Evening by appointment): See the nev/ BELTONE MONO-PAC—A, modern miracle combinea batteries and transmitter into one simple unit. Weighs half as much as most aids. "^Liberal terms, trade-ins.; KANSAS CITY HEARING SERVICE SeSLawBUg. 12th and Grand Biansas City, Mo. You Can Usually Fiftd It At Salef MEN'S 100% WOOL SUITS Sizes 36 to 46 filANY PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM • $29.85 and $34.85 Values From Regrular Stock -SC. EPMISTON WA^ lO TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY that Mrs. Howard Barnes vras getting along nicely after her recent operation. Mrs. Dwight Barnes has received word that her husband who is In. Camp Pine Dale. Calif., has been promoted to corporal. JANUARY^ HURRY . .LAST 4 DAYS! HUGE PRICE CUT! P I I. E JACKET Vo °95 5.49 ITp-to-the-minute styling for warmth and comfort. Fine quality gabardine. Slash pockets. Wool-pile collar. I.EATHER JACKET Was $12.95 Now $10.95 style! Comfort! Warmth! The right combination for a grand value! Rich cordovan brown leather, and fully lined. Aviation style. PRICBS CUTf ^ o .d to V Slighrly Shopwrorn Every One A Money-Saver! Reg. Now Record Album Cabinet $13.95 $6.95 Travel Kits ?1.95 98c Place Mat Sets 89c 49c Semi Dress Pants $3.98 $1.98 Socks 25c 15c Dry Cleaner On« fiOo Tor clothes, furniture and car upholstery. Harmless to the finest fabrics. BUY NOW AND SAVE ! R««.1.19 LONG-HANDLED SHOVEL Made of high- carbon, polished steel with a fonr- fo«t wood handle. Winterlront Protects the motor in cold weather, saves gas, Im- Tiroves beater perfonaaoca. R«9.1.8V REAR VIEW Door Mirror 1.49 Four-inch, beyeled glass, Don-glare mirror. Adjnstabla to any position. OPA WARNS MOTORISTS TO RECAP SMOOTH TIRES . . . NOWf • Oir OwMfs W/>e Do Hot H4*4 Uli OPA Warning Rm thm Risk ef Not Oitfing Now Tiroil Don ^t Delay . . . Gef FACTORY-METHOD RECAPPING 7.00 Why take chances? Drive in today—get the famous FtrestoM Oear-Orlp tread design on your smooth tires. Prompt servies. NO RATION CERTIFICATE NEEDED lola Home & Auto Supply IRVING TURLEY, Mgr. Phone 43 lola, Kansas

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