The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 29, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 29, 1945
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r lOLA, KANSAS iOctavia Stewart) Jimmy James Sheldon has been ordered to report for a pre-lnduc- tlon physical examination on Feb- niary 2. , Hot, cold and machineless penna- nents, Thurs. and PrL, WoU's Beauty Shop. Pho. 905. Mable Henson—adv. Miss Leona Hill, who underwent an appendectomy at St. John's hospital a week ago, was dismissed yesterday and taken to the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Reynolds. Berlon Guaranteed Moth Spray Stops moth damage for five years. Protect your rugs and carpets against moth damag«. Sleepo- Famitnre Store Mrs. L. J. Benson arrived'Satur­ day from Los Angeles, Calif., to visit her mother, Mrs. Lena Brown, and her sister,-Mrs. Floyd Smith and family. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHONE 72. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rickard are in Chicago, 111., where Mr. Rickard is purchasing merchandise for Ramsay's store. Wanpaper and Sewall Palnta LEWIS PAINT STOKE Miss Violet Nordt, who has been here visiting friends and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nordt at Humboldt, returned last night to her home in Tulsa, Okla. ATTENTION MASONS Special Communication Tuesday evening. January 30th, 7:30 p. m. Work in the Third Degree. Lunch. LESTER LEE, Master. Miss Ellen Wing-was admitted to St. John's hospital yesterday for medical treatment. Miss Carolyn McKarnin returned to Tulsa, Okla., last night after spending the week-end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McKamin. SPOT CA^H For Used Furniture Phone 190 W. H. WOOD FIfBNITUEE Mrs. John Kipp of Plqua was admitted to St. John's hospital last night where she will receive medical treatment. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our thanks and appreciation for the flowers and messages, of sympathy we received from our friends.—Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nichols and fMnily. Mrs. A. W. Young taking a vacation from her work at Ramsay's this week. URS. W. P. & LUCY M. HULL Ground Floor Offices 12 North Sycamore Genuine —O-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y— Reliable Diagncoticians Mrs. George Hawk and her daughter was dismissed from St. Johns hospital yesterday and taken to their home in Carlyle. Card of Thanks. I wish to express my appreciation to my friends tor the many cards, letters and flowers I received during mj' recent illness.—Mrs. George Remsberg. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-36. Mrs. A. B. DoUard of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. A. W. Young will return tonight from Kansas City where they have been spending the past few days. Since 1881 SEALY TUFTLESS MATTRESSES Pre-war QuaUty and Price $39.50 CURTIS FURNITURE Word has been received here that Edward L. Sell is receiving his initial Naval indoctrination at the U. S. Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 111. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Sell, 423 North Elm. Treatment for Keeping Rugs and Carpets Clean POWDER-ENE is an ideal cleaner for your rugs and carpets. U recommended by the Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc. Sleeper Furniture Store Mrs. L. D. Larson of Moran Is a medical patient at St. John's hospital. Rdbert Coykendel of LoHarpe underwent surgery at St. John's hospital today. Card of Thmnks. I wish to extend my thanks and appreciation to all my friends for the beautiful flowers and cards sent me diuing my recent stay at the hospitaL—Mrs. Adam A. Brune. Fred Shapel received word of the sudden death of his brother, William "Dutch" Shapel, in Corona, Calif., yesterday. William Shapel was bom in lola and lived here many years previous to his moving to California. OSTERMOOB MATTRESSES 100% AU Felt Made for 53 Years W. H. WOOD FURNITURE Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness and messages of sympathy, for the beautiful floral offerings received from our kind friends and neighbors during oiu- recent bereavement.—Mrs. J. B. Overmyer, J. S. Overmyer and family. First Sgt. and Mrs?E. A. Bovo, Mr. and Mrs. George Menzie and family. Mrs. Ann Redeker of Olpe, Kas., underwent an appendectomy at St. John's hospital today. WAUGH FUNERAL HOME-S6. NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print The Register is printing fewer '=ex^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. SLEEPER MORTUARY. PHO. 72. W. T. Thayer arrived Saturday from Dallas, Tex., to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson for several days. He will go from here to Wichita. COMPARE our home loan plan with all others. . . . We are sure you'll choose our plan. . . We will be glad to give you the details, with no obligation on your part. Come in. SECURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver spent a few days last week in Kansas City, Mo., on business. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the neighbors and friends of our grandfather. William A. Livingston who helped in his care in his last sickness, and for the beautiful floral offerings.— His Grandchildren. Mrs. Charles P. Scott Jr., of Garden City, N. Y., arrived Saturday night for a few days visit in the homes of Mr. and I^Irs. Angelo Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Lynn. If Yon BOas Yonr Be(ister Phone 8 betveen 6:00 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. Only one delivery can be made and that Is after 7 p. m. Sgt. Clare Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Elliott, has been in lola the past few days visiting his parents and friends. He is leaving tonight for his home in Lbs Angeles where he will visit his wife for the remainder of his furlough. Sgt. Dawson, who was leader of a dance band in Honolulu between 1939 and 1941, ;has continued in music since his Induction 17 months ago. He is now a member of the army band at Ft. Douglas, Utah. i Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Singleton have received word that their son W. T. Singleton Jr., was promoted to the rank of captain on Januarj- 1. Asa W. Daily, .son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Asa C. Dailey, was re- jjorted missing in action in Luxem- Tiourg on Christmas day, according to word received from his wife, who now lives at 1050 N. 18th street, Salem, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Daily and their two children lived in or near lola until the family moved to Oregon a few years ago. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness and messages of sympathy, also for the beautiful floral offerings received from om- kind friends and neighbors during our recent Ijereavement in the loss of our husband and father.—Mrs. Fred Vogel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Brown of Humboldt were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith Sunday. Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing 24-Hour Service On passenger and truck tires —all work done in lola. GUY OLIVER Vulcanizing and Tread Service Architect HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured U. S. Capitol architect 8 Writing tool 9 Musical sound llOvet (contr.) 13 Finish 14 British school 15 24 hours VERTICAL 1 Bend 16 Skill 17 Centimeter (ab.) 18 Like 20 Beverage 22 Sodium (symbol) 23 Tellurium (symbol) 25 Type of ship 28 Tropical palm 31 Against 32 Press down 33 Sugary • 34 Customary 36 Therefore 37 Electrical engineer (db.) 38 Donkey . ,41 Behold! •43 Bone 44 Strike lightly 46 Likely 48 Turn 51 Every 52 Also 53 Sea eagle 54 Pedal digit 55 Double 2 Too 3 News notice 4 Period 5 Girl's name 6 Slight bow 7 Tidy 8 By 10 Negative 12 Grain 16 Paid notices 17 He is in charge of statuary in the U. S. 19 He arranges for to be shown 21 Winglike part 35 22 Short letters 39 24 Eradicate '^^ 26 Legality 27 Individual 29 Australian bird 30 Certified pub-49 lie accountant (ab.) 50 33 Ocean 51 Permit Was seated Speck Stove part City in Russia Scheme Beverage Pull Erbium (symbol) Abstract being Dined 13 |7 I mmmiw—immm REMEMBER WHEN? (By Tom Waugh) —it was Sunday on the farm? Father hitched a couple of his best steppers to the surrey and drove the family to church. However, In our family the high .steppers belonged to mother. At least she drove them in competition at the county fair when they won the blue ribbon for the snappiest driving team in the county. A pretty woman driving a pretty team/l don't remember the judges but have since wondered if they concentrated on the team. In any event we got the blue ribbon and those little bay mares did deserve a lot of recognition as roadsters. Then after church we sometimes asked the preacher to Sunday dinner. Somebody always did. X expect those home cooked meals were a substantial part of his pay. But they were a .•HDurce of inspiration. Then sister's beau always came along and usually .stayed for supper too. We gathered at the dinner table and helped ourselves to mothers delicious cooking. Everybody took a second helping, sometimes a third. Food was something to enjoy rather than to worry about. Nobody was on a diet and nobody cared, j Next mmd^ay Mr. Waugh of The Wavigh^^neral Home will comment on "Suggested Improvement.'—adv. Lt. (jg) E. Frank Horn Jr., who is on a 30-day leave after being overseas the past 21 months, arrived in lola Friday, but was called to Mollne, Kas., Sattu-day due to the death of his brother, Cpl. Joe P. Horn. Cpl. Horn was killed In a plane crash near Fort Riley JVlday night./ The 4-englne bomber from the Grand Island army airfield, was on a combat training flight. An account of the accident appeared on the front page of the Kansas City Star Saturday. Mrs. Horn, who before her marriage was Dorothy Fee, accompanied Lt. Horn to Mollne. She is the second grade teacher at Jefferson school. STEALING TROUBLE New York. Jan. 29. (AP)—A thief smashed a savings society windowj and took $312 in bills from a "know- yoiu'-money" display. Half the bills were stamped "counterfeit." The others were engraved on one side only, a treasury department precaution. Society President William J. Dwyer commented: "Tbfire is no easy road to thrift. ief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because irgoes 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 druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. « CREOMULSION for Coushi, ChMt Coldi, Bronchiris THB lOlA REGISTIBS, MCa ^AY EVENINg^ 1946. Truciks Roll % thte! Burma Road Mrs. Harold Phillips has received word that Mrs. Grace Bradley is seriously ill with appendicitis at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nora Ohlfest in Hugo, Okia.. Mis. Bradley is from LaHarpe and his been at the home of her daughter since December. PAGE THREE TO THE WOMAN I lIlABRIEO you We cannot say. "We^e never had a word," For we are pretty human, and I. Some arguments of yours I thought absurd. And, manlike, told you; and it made you cry. We've disagreed along some minor things, And I stlU think I'm right in not a few. I must confess we've neither sprouted wings— But we have Faith, t Which I will take in lieu. And we have loyalty, th&t made the years A path to Arcady for lovers' feet. And oh, what laughter followed all our tears! And we have shared—and sharhig was so sweert! For the ^rSl time in more tban t«b years, supplies |r<Mn India rolled overland |o China when a cataa^ot nearly 100 U. S. trucks started out from My^Ucyiha toward the old Burma }ibad. "nie convoy took the short-cut^on the map, above, between Myitkyina and Tengcbung, btOlt by U. S. i»nd Chinese engineers ;wlien it appeared that a Jap stand at Wanting ^d Namhkam miglit delay openiag of the Ledp-Buxma route. HoiraTer.vQUi^ 38th Division troops have now cleared, tbe Btuubor Wantlng-^Namhkam triangle of Japs, except for snipers isolated in" the r hills. William rA. Livingston, son of Mr. and Mrs. I^vid Livingston, was bom October ID, 1868. at Jacksonville, Illinois, ar^ passed away Thursday, January 2ti, 1045, at St. John's hospital, lola^- Kansas. He cam? to Weir, Kansas, April 17, 1885. pn October 13, 1888. be was marri^ to Flora Ida Whitmore. To this union were bom two sons, Bennett r>avid and Mora Edward. Mrs. Livingston; preceded him In death .and,, one son, Beimett, passed away January 19, 1942. Mr. and.Mrs. Livkigston and family came ^/0 Oas^ Kansas, on April 17, 1902, wliere he worked at the Lanyon Zinc smelters. Later after his wife's deattv he moved to lola where he*was associated with the Sta-Patch Company here. During the past ft^w years he has been employed by'the Weaver Oarage. He Uved at 1«E% East Jackson with Mr. Walter Weaver. Mr. Livingston Is survived by one son, Mora'E. Livingston; two brothers, Ed J. Livingston, Jacksonville, HL , and Harry C. Lfvingston, Chicago, HI.;' two sisters, Mrs. Julia Ury, Pasadena, Calif., and Mrs. Anna German, iJLos Angeles, Calif.; five grandchildren, Mrs. Julia Anna Patton, Parsons, Kas.; Sgt. William B. Livingston. Maxwell Field, Ala.; Dwight E^Llvingston, Parsons, Kasl; Harriett Livingson. Parsons, Kas., and Jack:David Livingston. Ph. M 3/c who i^on Ouadalctmal, and four great gratidctiildren. Funeratservices were held at'the Waugh Funeral Home with Rev. E. W. Har^n in charge. Miss Tlossie Nester sang "Near to the H^srt of God" and "Abide With Wfe." Mrs. Walter Maudlin jdayed the ac- companti^^ent. The body WBA taken to Weir, to be laid beside }ils wife and son. SPECIAL-ORDER NEEDED The Qongresslonal library at Washingte)n, D. C, contains the original zDeclaration of Independence, hermetically sealed in a frame and the .signed copy of the Constitution in a steel cabinet. Both are shoagi only on special order of the secretary of state. King Gteorge V's sable-lined overcoat was ,one of the-flnest sables in the world and was valued at $75,000. A singlo cattail head was found to contain 147,265 seeds, each with a fiuS parachute. C&LBStDAX, FpK THE WEEK i. WEDNESDAY Jefferson P. T; A. meets at 2:30 p. m. ut the school building. There will. be an executive meeting at 2 p. m. • - THXniSDAy Regular stated beeting of the Social Order of the Beauceant at 7:30 p. m. ' The; Women's Missionary Union meets at the Baptist Temple at 2:30 p. m. Th^ Women's Society of Christian Service of-the First Mfeth- odist church utill meet at 2:30 p. m.:;at the church. A special program is being planned. r FiUDAY Thf; meeting of the American Legion AuxiUia7 has hem post- pobed and tnltlatlon of new members tviu be held February 23. . Recapture Last of Nazis Who Fled Prison Camp PhoeiiU, Ariz., Jan. 29. (AP)—An alert ^ty street department em­ ploye j^e^erday trapped intemation- aUy-kiiown Jurgen Wattenberg, 44, Germaii naval captehi fugitive from Papagc* Park wkr prisoner camp near h*re. The former m^irigation officer of the infamous Nazi warship Admiral Graf 8pee was the last to be retaken of 25 U-boat officers and men who estaiped Christmas eve through 6 4dO-foot tunnelthey had tedio\i^ bored. ' Alaslga has a population of 72,524 in an xrea of 586,400 square miles. Piles May Cause Serioi^ Ailments FREE BOOK — Explains Causes, EfTe^ and Proper Treatment Do you suffer from Piles, Fistula, Colon Or Stomach, conditions? WMte today for IZSrPage FREE BOOK. Learn facts. Tli^ McCIeary CUhlc, E2604 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Erieson-MiBer »&s. Pearl C. Ericspn of lola and Mr. George M. Miller of Kansas City, Mo., were united in marriage at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday. January 23, at the home of Mr. and tSis, Wesley Haney in Kansas City; Mo. Dr. Harold F. Branch, pastor of the Grace Presbyterian church read the double ring ceremon/' before a background of whit£ chrysanthemums, pink camatioiis <!nd pink tapers in crystal holders- •ITie bride wore a two piece street length dress of rose beige silk crepe with a gold sequin hat and sequin studded circular veil. Her accessories were dark brown find her corsage was of yellow rose buds, ^e was attended by Mrs. Haney, wbo wore a black crepe"dress, studded with blue sapphiresL and a corsage of gardenias. Mr. Haney acted as best man for the briilegroom. After the wedding':a-*dinner was held at the Green Parrot Inn. Mrs. Idler was th? ttndergarten teacher of Jefferson-s^ool before her marriage. Mr. Mi-'ler Is employed at the Pratt-Whltney Aircraft Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are at home at 3307^ East 20th St., K&ns&s (^ty. Mo. « « • Presents Students In BeciUI Mis. L. W. Simmons presented her grade school students in a studio recital at her home in Sterling Heights Saturday afternoon at 3:30. The following students participated: Jane Twadell, Judy Twadell, Diane Worthington, Sandra Burger, Kathryn WHlcoxon. Dick Middleton, Don Sifers and John Benson. Charles Frantz also gave a group of piano solos. - Following the program Mrs. Simmons served tea to the guests. Miss Kathryn Wilcoxon presided at the tea table, which was centered with daffodils. Guests present were: Mrs. Bayard Twadell, Mrs. Milton Worthlnsrton, Mrs. Leo Biu-ger. Mrs. Wilma Wilcoxon, Mrs. Carl Middleton, Mrs. E. I. Sifers. Mrs. Jess Benson, Mrs. R. H. Kennedy and John. * <• <• Dinner Guests Friday At Geer Home Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Geer and daughter, Amaryllis, entertained with a dtaner Friday night. Their guests were Bill Hixon of Redfield, Kansas, Don Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Babb and daughters, Thyra Jo and Elaine, of Fort Scott, Kans. 6£T BORA RED POINIS FOR AN EXTRA CHOPi Extra red points can help ao much. Get 2 red points for each pound of used fata you turn in. Keep Saving Used Fnta For the Fighting Front! Singleion-DaTis Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shigleton, 809 E. Jackson, announce the tnarrlage of their daughter, Frances of Denver, Oolo., to Staff Sgt. Gordon L. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vem Davis of Marshfield, VHsconsin. The wedding took place in Denver Friday, January 12, 1945. Staff Sgt. Davis is a member of a group of specialist instructors who circulate among the B-24 bases of the air corps. Mrs. Davis has been employed in an ordnance plant In Denver. • • • Friends Give Shower For Mrs. Alderson Mrs. A. V. Cyrus entertained Friday evening with a stork shower for Mrs. C. D. Alderson. The evening was spent with bingo and cards. At a late hour refreshments were served at a table centered by a blue and pink decorated doll buggy and gaily vn-apped gifts for the honor guest. Invited guests were Mesdames Rilla Logan, L. R. Cyrus, Luther Klnman, Ervin Beshore, Floyd Carmain, George Cyrus, Russell Morrison. Oolda Smith, Frank Arnold, G. L. Ford, Henry Schuster, Lewis Pieston, Madge Elarton. C. L. McBride and the guest of honor, Mrs. C. D. Alderson. • •> • Past Matron's Club Hears Review "Cluny Brown" by Margery Sharp was reviewed by Mrs. C. A. Wagner Friday evening before the members of the Past Matron's club at the home of Miss Viola Dalgamo. During the social hotu- a gift was presented by Mrs. Mildred Wtokel- man, who is leaving soon to make her home in Hiawatha, Kansas. Mrs. Nell Meek of YaUms, Washington, Mrs. C. A. Wlagner, Mrs. WUma Knepp and Mrs. Pauline Harrison were guests. Miss Dalgamo was assisted by Mrs. Alice Edwards and Mrs. Lois Phillips in serving refreshments. The following members were present: Mesdames Mildred Wlnkel- man, Mary Major, Edith Burrell, Beulah Meek, Florence Olson, Ruth Littrell, Clara Smith, Frances Merchant, Katherlne Lane, Caroline Lust, Pearl Whittaker, Mary Crawford, Catherine Busley, Mae McNally, Jean Mann, Alice Sherman, Dora Newman, Helen Hale. FIRST SKI TROOPS Ski troops first were used In the Swedish-Norwegian war more than 135 years ago, when the Norwegian army had 2,000 ski runners. Not until World War I was the idea used agahi, and.then by the Australians, Swiss and Italians on the Alpine frontiers. ; Wonderfully quick I a little VJa-&o-nol up each ooetril helps open nasal pas- B8ges -iiu ^:ft& breathing easler-wben your head fills up with stuCy transient congestion! Va-tro-nol gives grand relief, too, from snilBy, sneezy distress of head colds. Follow directions in folder. VICKS VA-f RO-NM to a promising season Break into print in this foliage-fresh frock by ^ Jane Evans. So practical and easy on the budget in J/Flanalain", a spun rayon blend •^-» s. _. by COHAMA. So bright and becoming that you'll want to wear it out of the storeIn spring y . t» - • - - - pastek. Sizes 12 to 20. RICHARDSON'S OUT dUR WAT By J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE , I WISH THIS BLAMEb \ THIISJO'S MOTHEJ2. WOUUb CALL rr Ofe SOMeTHIM<p, BEPORC MVAEO.A OIVCS OUT/ \WELL, IF THEV KEEP OW eENTLIN'THESE CAnTUE„ ROPIIvJ' OME BV TH' HEELS WILL BE LIKE PUTTIN' A CARP^ UWbER, A STOVE—VUH LIFT IT WITH OME HAND AM' SLIP TH' CARPET UWDER. WITH THE OTHER.' .Th&'VJOOSe STEP saasssu JJ7.WI1.11AMC, mBiSmtmKSmSmm 6AID STARTLE:) I^E AS TMOLieUTHE INSCRUTABLE ePUlNi-iC euDOEMLV erARTED CROONihiS/-*^- HOW COULD TH^IS 6^0OTl^i(5 SCRAPE OF MlNiE SE VODR. f^ULT ? —ELUCIDATE, '^A.l^/ TO SE61M WK. MAhJlACTrtZEWr- -^iTWOusMrr tUWUPTO <5ET\bUA FEW V>M& BODVSU/^R.D/ THOSE KJASTV NJOTES' ' VJER&VORITTEM Oti MOURTVPEWRITEC -^ATVPEVORITER MAS PECULIARITIES 3UST Lll ^E PlKiSEe- THE- MOTES \NERE THAT FAWOOS AUTHOR, ^ LEAfsiDEB. /

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