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Oelwein Daily Register, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1952, Oelwein, Iowa Pvt Laverne R Gilson U S 55309002 Co C 34th Med Tk Bn 5th Armd Div Camp Chaffee Ark would like to hear from his friends Word has been received from Pvt Charles Eugene Sliter that he is suffering from a severe at tack of hepatitis and is confined to the Army hospital at Camp Polk La His address is Pvt Charles E Sliter U S U S Army Hospital Ward B3 Camp Polk La He xvould like to hear from friends His wife is the former Betty Jean Clenden en of Fayette FAIRBANK Special Pvt Richard E Leibe U S 37987242 Hq Bty 24th A A A Gun Bn APO 301 Postmaster San Francisco Calif would like to hear from friends Dick is in Korea working as a mechanic Mr and Mrs Leo Fink have re ceived word that their son Dar win is on duty in Korea Pvt Alfred Wierck is spending a 17day furlough with his par ents Mr and Mrs Wm Wierck Pfc James Curley has arrived in Japan where he will be sta tioned at Tokyo the petty annoyances of city life Morton Zucker 30 fed waves goodby at Chicagos Belmont harbor He is embark threeyear cruise around the world with Hawaii scheduled as following departure from U S International Soundphoto FAIKBANK nd Mrs Frank Durham lay evening for Portland r a few days visit with there m Bentley was in Fort n business Thursday Wendell Goeller entertain Tourist club at her home evening Peters accompanied to Winterset last week to Mrs James Peters and i who Were spending a th her parents F P McCunniff received Saturday of the death of arry Lyon at Monticello owing a long illness I Martin Klenzman return ne Friday after spending several days with her son Gene at De Kalb 111 Mrs Isadore Mersch and Mrs Kitty Curley returned Wednesday after several days visit inCedar Rapids Mrs Joe Peters was in Water loo on business Thursday MEMBERS OF THE SOUTH KOREAN armys only cavalry patrol ride down a road somewhere in Korea They are armed with American carbines The horses in Korea are either Europearfibred mounts introduced into the country by the Japanese or captured Mongolian ponies Photo by Internationa News Photos photographer Fujimura International j Advertisement PILES Hurt Like Sin But Mow I Grin Get speedy relief from misery of piles Amazing formula developed by famous 75 yearold Rectal Clinic brings fast palliatwa relief from naseine pain itchine sore Helps nature shrink swelling soften hard parts Make life worth litinft the medication proved by experience with 70000 clinic patients Get Thornton ointment or suppository from your druggist today Youll discover blessed relief at your money re funded Ask for it by at good drug stores everywhere TONJTE AT ITS OUR BIG PRETHANKSGIVING MIDNIGHT SHOW rU CAN SSSLEEP LATE TOMORROW SO CMON DOWN AND JOIN THE FUN eres Our ThrillingPreview Attraction he most exciting ACTION licture OWARD HUGHES ONE O I ANN BLYTH LUS COLOR CARTOON PI t f 1 I ALL SEATS opens at pm The Title Tells TODAY AND THURSDAY 230 REASONS illDETJllGIIT timl CALIFORNIA CONQUEST HERES A SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY A SINGLE FEATURE PLUS 5 COLOR CARTOONS And CHAPTER 3 GOVERNMENT AGENTS A SPECIAL MATINEE FOR YOU FRIDAY AFTERNOON LOOK Starting At P M KIDS do something different SEE OUR LINE OF Lancastria Wallpapers for Something Distinctively Different Imported From England Designed For American Homes Plenty of time to completely remodel your home into a house beautifulMoetween Thanksgiving These English Lan castria wallpapers blend the principles of superb decorative art into a unity of both quality and beauty And for so little more than ordinary papers We Lancastria line by special order only another reason why you can be sure of their originality Stop in soon look over ouTcomplete sampleTine and place your order AFTER THE BIG DINNER Why Not Step Out With the Whole Family and Enjoy a Movie Treat For Your Convenience Well Have CONTINUOUS SHOWS At Both Theatres From P M 1W PiJKFo mm THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY FRIDAY SATURDAY P00LC0 tl IH I i W5TANNE ENDS TONIGHT Geo Murphy in WALK EAST on BEACON STREET I AFTER THANKSGIVING TREMENDOUS SPECIAL PURCHASES PLUS REDUCTIONS ON OUR PRESENT STOCKS MAKE THIS THE VALUE EVENT OF THE YEAR COATS MADE TO SELL FOR 2495 TO 2995 24 CHOOSE FROM THESE NEWEST 1952 FABRICS Smoky Fleeces Ripple Checks Zebra Dimple Checks Honey Combs Paca Points High Shade Fleeces Storm Coats of Gabardint WINTER COATS FORMERLY 2995 TO 4495 28 33 FORMERLY CORDUROY JACKETS GIGANTIC REDUCTIONS FALL AND WINTER DRESSE SELECTED GROUP FORMERLY 595 4 88 SELECTED GROUP FORMERLY 895 To 1295 CORDUROYS CREPES WOOL JERSEYS ENTIRE STOCK 395 DRESSES LIMITED QUANTITY FANCY HEELS DARK SEAMS NYLONS USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN DEPOSIT RESERVES YOUR SELECTION LONG SLEEVE CREPE LOUSES FINE MULTFILAMENT CREPE SLIPS 88 t la Daily Register Wednesday November SO 1952
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