The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on February 1, 1945 · Page 3
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, February 1, 1945
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(Octavia Stewart) Mrs. D BII Hunter, who has been i G. A. Rilev, Who underwent a ma- spending the past few days in jor operation at Eureka, CaUfomia. Wichita visiting her son, Orvllle Friday is critically ill. Mr. RUey Hunter and family, has returned is the father of Mrs. Harold Baker. and is living at 508 North Wal- ; nut. i WAUGH FUNERAL HOMB-«i. WAUGH FUNERAL HOMB-36. Bud Mealey. who underwent an appendectomv at St. John's hospital about ten days ago, was dismissed yesterday and taken to his home. Joseph Steffens of Yates Center, who recently imderwent surgery at St. John's hospital, is slightly improved. Bcrlou Guaranteed Molh Spray Stops moth damage for five years. Protect .vour rues nnd carpel.s moth damage. Sleeper Farnitiirc Store rm fOLA REmSTOR. "feURSDAY EVENING. J^EBRUARY 1, 1945. 'Sfi^s' a He? Generals on the Spot Tire Reeappiiir and Vokanizins 24.Hoar Service On psssengnr and truck tlrea —all work done in I01&. ouy oLrVER Vulcanizing and Tread Berrice Pfc. Addison Bvais will return to WiiFhlnKton, D. C. tonight after Miss Eleanor Stewart returned to her work behm confined of Illness the few day.s, 8LEETER MORTUARY. PHO. 73. 1 MORTUARY. PHONE 72 VSI t„H„v ,,.„r spending hU furlou%-.i here with hl> inL' ^^A- 'rloLrl^Z >«o'her. Mrs. H. N. Bragg and hi Ined to her l-.)me because J^^^ B he past lew day.s, 1 Mrs. Erne.«i Thompson returned | Jane Perham, daughter of Majo: to her home In Tallahas.see. Pla.. and Mrs. Woody Perham. U con- yc.tterday after spending the past fined to her home with the mump3. three weeks here visiting her moth- ' er. Mrs. Ebb Lewman and her sister. Miss Viola Lewman. OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES COMPARE our home loan plan with all others. . . We are .sure youll choase our plan. . . We will be glad to g:ve you the details, with no obligation on vour part. Come in. SKCURITY BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. KKC^; All Fel{ Made for 53 Years W. H. WOOD FURNITURE Martha Colleen Brown was dis- mif'-ed from St. John's hospital yesterday and taken bo her home in LaHarpe. Word has been received here that Pvt. Albert Coblentz is now attending advance butcher's school at .^marillo, Tex. WaltpaiMr and Sewall Faints LEWIS PAINT STORE U 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. Ensign Robert Eusene Lind will leave tomorrow for Hollywood Beach. Fla.. after spending his leave here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Lind. Mrs. James J. McKernan. Sr.. of Parsons is a guest of her daughter- in-law. Mrs. J. J. McKernan Jr.. and her daughter. Cecila Irene, and other friends. Mrs. Anna Starkey. who has been a patient at St. Johns hospital, returned to her home in Humlpoldt yesterday. SPOT CASH For i:.sed Furniiurr Phone 190 W. M. WOOD FlRNITtRE Treatment for Keepinc Rugs and Carpets Clean POWDER-ENE is ;in ideal cleaner for your rui?s and carpets, is recommended, by the Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc. Sleeper Famitore Store An event of fir .'-r Import a r.:r in the University f .f Kiin.s;is fir" arts mu.<;icnl cnlcndyr of Ihr voar i-. tlir mid-winter ircital by .••flerti'd a'l- vanceri .studeiit.s in from Ih'' .school of finf arts. Appearing iii the • recital yesterday evening was an tola artist, Miss Ruth Dudley, daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. K, R. Dudley. MU .S Dudley sang "Cara Nome," from "Rlgoletto" by Vcrdl. Corp: David Nichols left last night ' fcr Fort Leonard Wood. Mo., after ! spending four days with Mrs. Nich- I oLs and the children, David Lee and Roberta. .Iiihn fliiffiiinst'i- lias yonf to Hereford. T PX ., where hr will I K* employed. He luc. I>rcn hero visif- uig l)i« wife and her father. J. H. WUllam-son. 'S Rexall Almanats FREE A Few Calendars Left LCW PRICES $1.25 Peruna »8c 51.00 Peptobismol 89c 25c Carter's Pills 19c »0c BeWittv Kid. Pills 39e oOc Analtres-ic Baume -_'i9c Icc Vick-s VatwKiib .__29c leo Aspirin (Purepac) 29r 3-cz. F?nna i .'?aves 25c ?1.00 Adlerika S9c 1 lb. Mclh ( rvstals 19c iOc PhiHipV ^Iilk Majj. 39c Radio Advertised GREEN .MOUNTAIN CCUGH SYRUP 25c—50c Saturday's Fountain Special BUTTERSCOTCH PECAN SUNDAE 15c NOTICE Due to the shortage of news print ' The Register printing lewer ! 'BA ..-'* copies of each Issue. Suo- tcrlbcrfi wishing to purchase several coDle.^ of any partleular issue are usKed to p)»ce their order in advance, if possible. Extra copies can be sold only as long as they last. Nancy Lavle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Layle. is confined to her home of scarlet fever. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Green Jr.. and chilaren Frederick III, Lyndith and Gretclien, of AKa. Okla.. were guests last night and today of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gr£?n. Dr. and Mrs. Green and family a:-p on their way to Kansas City. Mo., where Dr. Green will attend an osteopathic surgical clinic. HE.VTEItS U\rgc As.'^rtmenl. Both New and V.x<i. CIRTIS FIRMTCRE Mi.5s Janis Mcintosh and Miss Martha Mcintosh, senior and sophomore students from LaHarpe, were elected to represent their respective clas-ses in the student council at an election held last week at the Southwestern College at 'Winfield. Janis is majoring in English, and ! Martha is majoring in sociology. Af'FiRST ' SIONOFA use I Cold Preparations as dirtfctft CAR of SOYBEANS On Track—Thursday and Friday F. 0. P. Liiymash— MLgk Print—20'; Protein Miii-a-Lak '. $U.25 Cobbler and Bliss Triumph #f |fc Seed Potatoes, Bag Moran Happenings ' MCRAN. Jan. 1.— Word from St. John's ho£:;itai. loip.. this monnng brou^'ht the ?ad news that Mrs. Curti; .Strong had ur.-sed away durine the r.i:;ht. The mar.v friencij of the ft'TTi'i"? are exprp-^^in^ their sincerest .--vmpathy to them in the double sorrow that they are passing through. For two years Jacqiies F. (full name withheld for security reasons), 17 -year -old Jewish boy, eluded Nazis in his French village by posing as a girl (top), after Germans had closed his father's tailor shop, sent his family to Germany. When Yanks liberated the town. Jacques resumed his true personality, as seen below. Mrs. George Romback returned to her Home yesterday after receiving meaical treatment at St. John's hospital. FAIRLAWN Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manning sold their farm last week to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Marnane of Enid. Okla. The Mannings have made their home here for 32 years and we are sorry to have them move away, but Mr. Manning's health prevents him from farming .'-•o the>' plan on holding a farm sale about Feb. 19th. Tlio new owners will move here about March 1st. They have three litilo daiighter.s. Mannings received a letter from their .son-in-law. Dee Doughty, who Is ,'crvlng in the navy, saying he was In.Seattle, Wa.slff' and would get a leave to come home .soon. Mr. and Mns.' Al|)ha En.smlngjr called on Mr. and Mrs. Swan John- .son Tue.sday evening. Mrs. Myron Price who ha.s been ill with hives and rheumatism for over two weeks, l.s .«ome better now. Callers at the Price home lately were Mr. and Mrs. Worley and baby. Mrs. Dunkerton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Love and Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Ensmlnger and daughters,' Mrs. Amo Smith and Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mr .s. S. John.'-jn and Rev. and Mrs. Woods took Sunday dinner with Mr. atid Mrs. Price and family. Mr. and Mr.s. Lonnie Whipps and Dorothy of Welda. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard F^ndlay of Moran. were .supper gue.sts at the parental .Vlanninghome Monday night. Mrs. Alpha Ensminger and Mr .s. WHEN TUPilflfSTlE BLOWS WCmiC SHOES r««r feef mil be as Hested at Starting! \ Peters Work Shoes are expertly crafted pyer comfort ' j •' lasts to assure day-long foot ease... and they're made of fittest quality materials obtainable to uphold their tradjtion for extra long, hard wear. $4.98 ^ Trained Shoe W Men fit You CorrecfJ/ ECONOMY SHOE STORE :\nNEIl THFATRE Karsa.'F.'i., Sat.. F-hniarv 2-3 n ^v Ro'iors. Dale Ev.^ni, Marv Lc. Bob Nolan r.iid Thi Spas of the Pioiieers, In "NEVADA" Shorts Serial News Shov.-s at 7:30-9:30 Mr. Cliff L;n!-!;li:,. n. K. Lacfv. 1 W. K: N'.jr'i:. .Sea:' „.)l-.n.ion. .'vlbert | Mi.njiin;', anrl Fr:ml; McAcJuins, all; [•lii ^i- fii ';;fli .f lamlly, were i :'lll :T !ve;-s for the funeiiil of Mrs, \r :i:-?ha Struntr tha* was held in Toll vcf'rrfltv Rev. Drnrnn Wood, lifr !),T ,tor fr^;m thr Presbyterian chin-ch. Mor:in had charge of the .'crvlres. Mr. and Mis. Arthr.r MondcU c:"i!:;o Mn :KiTV iiiah* from Kansas Citv. called here b-- the death of Mr. Merdall's aunt. Mrs. Martha Fairiawn .•school pupils and their Year 's Day. A B-n from an Eighth stoui. While hire thev were guests teacher Miss Whitlow brou-jht a Arlny Ai- Force Bomber Station of .Mrr. Menclrlls br.ither and wife, covered dish dinner to school Fridav sotiiewhet'e in England delivered the M , . and Mrs. Frank McAdams. and h|d quite a celebration we un- S'^s °- "^he officers and men of the nclaiivc-. here have received an derstatid. No guests were invited 384th Bombardment Group to the rir .nouncement -,f xh<' birth of a 7 however. children. • pound. 9 ounce babv daughter. Cnro- Ralph Ensminger who is in the . . • navy called his folks. Mr. and Mrs. Will ^'n-sminger saying he was in the States and would soon be able tj ccifje home on leave from the navy. -' .• IjTi Jean, January 25 to Mr. and iMrs. WendeU J. Weatherbie. | Mrs. Slaughter's granddaughter, Montella Hoover from Jopliu, Mo.,' enrolled in the Moran school this morning. ! Kay RawUngs and Howard Find, lay left today for induction into the j ! We are verv glad to report Mrs. | Lizzie Larson who is a patient in St. John's hospital. Ida. Is i.m- proving. Mrs. Marian Hunsaker and Larry cpme home yesterday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Hunsaker | near Mildred. Mrs. Judy Shraeden and son Jerry accompanied her home. ' .Staff S?t. Melvln Crouch has been tiansferred to Chanute Field, 111. Mrs. Be.ssle Sknggs left last night for California called there by the serious illnes.s of her grandson Jf'kic Harris. Mrs, George Crouch is quite 111 at her home in the east part of town. RAILROADS DOUBLE UP The railroad.<; of the United, States are hauling almost t\vice as many ton-miles of freight as they handled in World War L althougli they have only two-thirds as many locomotives and freight cars. SMALL SCREWS Some watch screws made are only one thirty-four-thousandth of ah inch in length, the diameter of the head being one twelve-thousandth of an inch* Such a screw has 360 threads to an inch. Domestic birds are infested with 40 different kinds of lice. in inodcn) war hit the bcBch* wi'lh their men and keep iiLjhi up wilh the lioiit lincsr-as wilt^cssMtjj.-Gen,' William H. Gill, lefK above, t-ointnander of the 32nd JDivision and 'Maj.-Gen, Verne D •Miidge. head ol the 1st Cavalry pivision. 'They're pictured in ; the tieiri on Lcvic, planning opbratiorig against the Japs. Dale Eflfn and Laura Beth vi-sitsd A plan ^S load of toys, candy aiui iFairlawn school Wednesday after- wium ck'ithing was dc.ivf:ed :noon. .: b:)tnfc?d o'ut Frenc-h chilcren on Mux SYNTHETIC TIKES The use of rayon cord in sytithet- le tires for trucks has been found to more than triple the performanse of the tire, while nylon cord used In airplane tires doubles strength without increasing size. WMffmUU(M$ mi AFCWNOK (WcMylWin Distnnat NCAOCOINI prompt,effectnre Klltf from dls- treis of hetul colds with 'Va-tro-tiolt VlmTu right where trouble Is to reduce congestion - soothe irritation - mmke breathing easier. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if tised In time. Tryltl Follow directions in foldv. ••.Mti.?hrQoms found growing near serpent holes or rusty nails are sure ^ to be poisonous." wrote an ancient , inCtf C VJI"VBA*MAL Roman naturalist. wmwwtm W« • IMP RVB Nina: Clair Coleman, daughter of -Anna and Charles Coleman, was born April 8, isn.=5. near Seward. Nebraska, and passed away at lola, Kansas, January 31, 1945, at the age of 49 years, 9 months and 23 days. In tjie spring of 1906 the family movect to kvr. Neb iqin. .she and her fnthcr moved to a farm near MorarV. Kas.. where she re:;ided until the death of her father. She was united in marriage to Curt!^ Strong Mav.IS. 1929. To this union«one daughter. Patricia, wi.s born.• Besides her husband and daugh- tci. she leaves to mourn her loss, one sister. Mrs. W. D. Wrench of SuiJerior. Nebraska, "nd one brother. S. -L. Coleman, of Ayr. Nebraska, bt'sifles other relatives and friends. She- nrknowbdited her faith in Ood iu.'iny van; :>!:r) and was a ir.imb'^r ol the Methodist church. Althf.u?h not havin? Rood !iealih for re^'eral vcar:-. she never com- plainefi. nnd who knew her best, pmmente-.l on her cheerful disposition. Lob.srcrs are more closely related to spWers than to fish. USE FRESH .MIXED ioo:i:i:::t ^ 4_ IMCO LAY MASH ' 18% • $3.10 Cvt D FCSS Print Sacks —at— Ycui%s Grocery & Produce Grange Produce lola Feed & Produce lola Mining Co. You Can Usually Find It At LARGE GROUP MEN'S • REDUCED Taken Fi-oi;i .ii.:.cri>!ai' ^•'•w sew: -AX!) —Aii W'oul Fl ,:..i -ics —Ail Sizes ^—Xeatly Tailored —--^O.S^ ;;; K 1 S:] 1.85 va PRICED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE EOMIStON WAY mm lt"s no coincidence that "Fashion" rhymes with "Ration". For the new simpler hnes in clothes ... in your new Gold Cross Shoes ... bring a fresher, younger, more vital loveliness to you. Gold Cross Shoe designers have fashioned this new feeling into duty, double-duty and after-duty styles that belong in every wartime w.irHrobe. VACAIOND N*. s Ftimeui for ev*r SO yaort os M Creii ShoM . , . Unchvlitng*^ valv* OUT OUR WAT By J. R. WILLIAMS OIR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPI^ VE.H, A _ / JAP SMiP'tR V HIDIM' IKJ A .=r .=::=p^ COCOKQT —< \ ' We-LL, I <30T OML"/ ONi£ CRITICIGM-- I DOW'T TI-UhJK EVE'-.: ^ \ A JXP '.VOULD SE ^ . DUMB E ^-!OiJc3,^ TO H I OE IN) A TREE TH- A T SE.'^rG SO MUCH.FER FEA^ SOMEBODY rVilCbHl 3EE TH' BEWn? AM' C3IT SUSPICIOUS "THAT SUMPlM WAS UP ^ THERE.' EGAD, /V .EKi/ mS MOT A^TT^CH A L^NSD ^A\^iETO m T^PENMRiTER. TO BLPs6T LEf\tviDER. IP HE £TAR .Tb lO VViRlTE AfsiOTHER USLN LETTER.? LlM.KlO-' X'.«A SO POMO OP tw\£ UiTTLE 6Cf\MP to LO/\TK& GPArvjV<lNiG HIIvA, SUT I MUST GET EVC."^/ •<aayn>»,i»e.:^>»>,*«-«T.OT. 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