Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 8, 1926 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1926
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PAGE TWO THE lOLAjJAILY REGISTER^TUESDAY EVENING. JtJNE 8, 1926. HXTmSE jKOOX, . Upon a skjr of pal^ tilne ^hade ' The-mounttiin trees ara etcbed like iade; ; On blglv ^tbe moon, the Maytime , ; moon/i I ( IB poised above the palisade. No iwind-harp qudTers anywhere In ill the broad and brooding] air Ohjy the moon, the.lMaytimq ^oon, ^ ' - i ' Ii lik^ a queen divinely fair. . Silent the river glides below Between'tall rushes, row on rCTw From it the moon, the Maytime •moon. Sends ba<>k a wavering golden glowi. The bosom of the irighl is weighed [ With magic one may not evadei With the round moon, the May time moon. : Hung high ai*ove the'paliiinde. i —CMIH|ton Si; ii: In the New York Siin; Aniiont/f^mtrtil Partgr i- Mrs: itilm biohr and Miss Fayc ': Ancrbai ii were hostesses Jasl night ; . in the libmc of the former, 514 South street, at .a ;mrty .to an -notinccthe approathing iiiarriage of their sister. Miss Khoda Auerbach, to.'Mr. I. P. Murray," of Springfield, Mo. A color scheme of yellow and whit^ was used' in the decorations jnd refreshments. The, tables were centered with daisies with yellow crepfe pajier • resenifailing a bag ijronpd them. AVhHe bats with yel- 'ow irlbbons around their neclcs apr ;)£ared at the top of the bag, tha ribbons extending 'to the plates: On the cats backs were, the an: npuncements of the wedding, which will; take place before the. fall season. Gamfs were played. \ Tlie guests'included: Mrs.-ftalph L. Ross, Mrs. - John Keyser, Mrs, Chas,' Ableson. Mra. Earle O. Fethi erlin, .Mrs. Wm. McKean. Mrc, leith Richardson, Miss Wilma Mc- ;ee.,;'Mis;3 Flo RichardsonJ Miss ;4es'sher, Abbott. Miss Virginirf e^mith. Miss Helen Ford, Miss Pearl Elliott; Miss.ElIa Olds, Miss Elizabeth RiggS, Jliss Vivian tRiggs, .Mrs. W. C.-Bryant, of Springfield, Mo., Miss Florence Wright, of Humboldt and Mrs. Wm. Auerbpcli, mother' of tlio' honor guest. i • • • /—The musical public is'cordially invited to a .recital Tuesday evening, June .Sfh, given by pupils of -Mrs. P. E. JVaugh. assisted l)y Mrs. Simmons, drganist, pupil of Florence. Hobart, and Amanda Wulf, soprano, pupil of Jeaiinctto Kalis. First Baptist! Temple. 8 o'clock, •i ' .. <..><.. : • • ^ Knicriain .<it. Timothy's E|ilKCopi\I Churrh. Service Leatroe Miss (iraco Acres and Mrs. E. F. . Jones entertained the meihbcrs of St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Senrlqej I-ieagup last nlRht in their hcmJO «t 24 Acres Park. The ivlcc-presldorit. Miss Bula Reimert. presided over! the meeting in Uie "absence! of' the president. Mrs. A. A. Schcll. Mrs. Lucy Simpson Jaiiilcson ai-ted as temporary secretary in the absence -Of Mrs. LcKan Ilunsakcr. 'The usual business was discussed and a flower; combittee, con'sisting of Mrs, Jamleson and Mrs. Huhsaker, was appointed. A free-will offering was given J After the business the evening was .spent socially. Miss Marjorie Jones, little daughter of the hostess and Mr. J. M. Lamer entertained with readings and the hostesses served refreshments. Elks. Social Chib Dance. —Last party for season. Dance 9:30 Thursday evening, June 10th. Seven piece orchestra. AH Elks invited.—Social Committee! • r«> • -. Edwards-Smlth Weddlnff Friends of th^ bride will be interested in the following.story carried in yesterday's Ghanute Tribune. She was a graduate of .the JjaHarpe High School before: coming; to lola where she taught the second grade for t,wo years in the Lincoln school, afterwards removing to Chanute to teach. She is a ^inper and . organist' oT marked .tibUity. The item follows: Chanute Trityune. June 7:A very 'pretty w. (lihig- occured at th^ Tioon hour .Saturday at the home of , Mr. sn.J Airs. D. E. Edwards. 407 West Tliird street, when their daught r. Vesta Mario, wias nnited Set Alarms later, now Breakfast cooks in 3to5 minutes Q UICK QPAKER. hot and enticing, Is faster than/plain toMt. For score* of ibousands h ia tolving the breakfast,problem. . ; The. most d<didous of breakfastli, It provides an excellent food "balance" of prptefai .i carbohydrates and Yita- minesplus the "bi(1k" to make laxjrtK -es less often heeded—that au^ ' Ihorities have made the dietetic urge of the world. . Less nourishing foods, less.ddicious fgcds, simply to save time are aiolly. Start now every day with food: that "stands by" jyou through the morning. Gtt Quick Quaker at your grocer's. dluick Quaker in marriage with i Mr. Alfred iD.-| Smith of Emporia, Rev. W. M."MBrT tin of the First BapUst church-officiated. \ V ' : Just before the ceremony Mr. Carman ^ Mell: a cousin of the bride, sang "O Promise Me." The double ring ceremony was. used. The bride and the groom were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards. . The-brlde, has a wld< circle of friendff In Cbanute. She is a graduate of the Kansas State Teachers College at Pittsburg and during the past four years has been a successful teacher in the Chanute city schools, she Is also and valuable Ifmember of the Baptist church. The groom Is the son of Rev. and Mre. H. B. Smith. 112 South Oar- field. He waji formerly a tiachor rnd coach In the Junior! High School here and Is how cniploypd as director of physical training In I>owthor Junior High School, Emporia, having received the degree of Bachelor of Science from K. S. T. C. Eitiporla. last fall. • The newly-weds will spend a few days In Kansas City after'which they will spend the summer at the University ; of Wisconsiq at Madison where' Mr. SmiUi 'will • begin work on his'Mastera degree. Luncheon was served to' the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Edwards. Rev. andrMrs H. E. Smifh, Rev. Carmen' E. Mell of Wichita, Anna Keas,.Rev. Mr. and Rlrs. W. M. Martin, .Mr. and Mra. Ralph Edwards: and Ruth and May Smitb. '1 • • Entertains For >^cel Mrs.. Leon' Gelphman entertained Monday afternoon In'her home in honor of the birthday of .^er niece. Cbarlene Louise Peltzman, uf Kansas City, Mo. Favors at games were given to Ina GelphmBit, Isabel Gelphman iind Minnie C^clphman. The rc- freK )iment.i Inchidod a birthday cake rfioiintpd wirli lighted candles. Tl* honor guest' received many KlflH. «• • • Quppn EMhprti • ^llftt I)elpfnil«i ' Tlie. Queen' Esthers, the Junior ui»nibf *ni of th^ .Womnn'j« Home MlKslomi'ry society of tl)n First .Melhodlsl Episcopal chnr«|i. held a liuHlnesH meeting last night in the social room of the (•liuri;h to elect delegates to- the house party of the organization, which Is. .i state meeting to be hcUl June l4 to 20 ^f07 but Friends Jomcs II. McPherHon (left) and, Charles M. Carlton (right) arc partners In a, retail tiro tftare at Wlchlt.i. Kas. But McPhcrson Is a candidate for county .commissioner on the Itopuhllcan ticket, and Carlton seeks the same.onice OS u DvMiovrut. No multcp who wins, however, they'll continue as part- ^nora—and friends..' at the KansHK Clly ^I.itlnnjil Training" .School lor (IcaconosscH iAd missionaries. The ihiily programs will consist of study classes in the mornings and social and recreational work In the afternoons. Miss Beth Brinnon and Miss Rowena Woodard will be sent as delegates from the local circle, i . • '•fr-j'-'.' • Elks Gire Party The! last party of the social season of: the Elks wUlibe given next Thtirsday night in the club rooms. Dancing wUl begin at 9:30 o'c^lock. A seven-piece orchestra will furnish the music. • * • Order of Eastern Slar Jfeelu The regular meeting of the Order of E}aatern Star was held last night at the Masonic Temple. Initiation was conferred on three candidates: Mrs. 'J. D. Buchanan. Mrs.. Mary Hutton and Mr. Clyde Canatsey. At ' the next regular meeting there will be a picnic supper.after the business scssioji and a silver offering will bc-^-rakcn fur the Masonic Home. * • • Ewcrt-flrlfflth The marriage of Miss Bernlco Ewert of Parsons, Kansas and Mr. Floyd L. Grifnth, of Tulsa. OkVn.. took place at Independence Saturday June C.They wore atlendcd bv the bride's sister, Mrs. Wnyiie Spencer and Mr. Spencer- Mr. imd Mrs. Griff /th drove to Tulsa whore they will reside. - -^ic bride, formerfy of Wichita, was manager of tliR United Millinery Company here a year and left reeenlly to-take a similar posliion with the company store at Par­ sons. She was a young woman of excellent bnSintess-abllltr and was popalar'ln heir social set Celebrate FIrat WeddlBir Anniversary . Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gelphman of 702 East Jackson avenue gave, a family dinner Sunday, June S, in celebration of their first wedding anniversary. There were covers for the following, guests: Mr. and Mrs. L. Bernstein and st n, Herman Bernstein. Mr. Max E ernstein, Mr. and Mrs. L. Peltunai and daughter. CImrlene Louisa Peltzman and .Mr. M. Miller of Kan as City, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. B. Gel; bman. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gelphmaa knd sons; Mr. and Mrs. M. Gelphman. Mr. and .Mrs. Max Gelphman and daughter ahil Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Gelphman and children. Pushed-Out of the Rare. —Whon< Chas. McAllister of Kearney, .N. J., reached the point wln <ro ho had to. drag his Hred, luhlng. wi -«ry hmly from a woll- nlgli sloi 'jdcHH bed, he did a wise thing--linught a bottle of Foley Pills, anil then "After taking Foley Pills fcir n time. I :became all right jiiid my pain and weakness Is all gonci" Foley Pills, a diuretic stimulant for the kidneys, are a reliable, valuable medicine, guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. mdre I TS GONE! That anfrfnl agony! Bheomatism can't stand tha rlch.^ red btood that S. S. S. Iielp4 Nature Imlld. r, But rheumatism will l>ring.:'pafai and mia«y to your joints and muscles ^st as long as you are wlth- ont plenty ot rich, red Uood in your system. ^ . It's the red-Ubod-cells that S. S. 3. helps Nature build that drive out of your system the imptirities t&at- canse rheumatism. lAnd until jioa do build np your blciod to where' it is.pure and rich and red. yon Bfaur ply can't get rid'ot rheumatism. And S. S. S. Is tho thing. Red! blood conquera riteumatiam. Bvery- bodyiknows that; i S. S. S. means millions ot red- blobd-cells—means health all orer. No more rheiimatlsin. _ Nighta gC rest — daya of Joy,' niled with the Ijap-^ pTness of accomplish-/ mont—made possible \ by a body brimful of red blooded life, energy xuid vitality. That's what the end of rbeimia. tism means—that's what 8. S. S.^ brtegsi'to you. Get S. S. S. from' your druggist The larger bottle is more economicaL i . The News Is Out. We Announce this Sale of Extraordinary Magnrtude We Want More Action Just to Start Things } Moving: Opening June 9th at 9 oXlock Each year RicevStix Dry Goods Company of St Louis stages this important Dry Goods Sale. Our b'uyers were on hand early and obtained the finest values we have seen in years. These gooSds are in tranisit and will be ready for you at the day announced above. We Wdnt You to Share in These Bargains The values are very; extraordinary. We fully-expect, this to be 'the most in our history. We want you to be one of those who profit by these economies. Iniaddition to our purchases at Rice-^tix, we shall also include praclically all of .our entire stock of Spring and Summer merchandise, all at tremendous savings. Here We Are Showing Many New Dresses at Enormous, Reductions So new Tiib Stik and Crepe de Chine, mines np to" (J»/» rrr $12.60, choice . d)U. I • ADotir new Georgettes and Crepe up to $16.75, (gQ fjr eboloe , tDU. I O Beaitifnl new j^hbirln^ Crepes and Georgettes with, slips in all the nc vf pastel shades. Values You Must See These New Rain Coatfe Slickers, AlUgatortt and fancy Checks, Tolnes up to <gr />Q $7.50; choice fDO ,\3U / — While Xiiey LUKI! 35 Under Arm Illags Valpes up to HJMi (fi-t QQ choice, ^ach iSl^,OU MILIJINERY! ^ All Trimmed HHN- rulups up to $8,76, .cholroc $4.39j WOOL Goor^ $3«( all irool &«-lnch Flannels. special „_-•— '^$2.69 $6JiO all wool 56-Inch Charmcen, special . ;$3.99 $1.25 Wool Goods, yard-_j—89c $1.69 Siport Flaimels, yard..89c ISILKGLOVJES Talnes nf^to $2.50, ffljl An choleej pair _„„.._ wJL.ft 4 Demonstration Bargain! 300 neir Scarfs In fancy (h«pe de Chine and Georgettes, Tal­ nes up to $3.50; choice $1.69 Demonstration , Barj!^iif! EUfpI Hose, all the new shades, every pair guurantped, ut .special, pair 95c Dcmonijtration Bargain!' - All 25c talcum I'oivders, special 14c Can Demonstration Bargain! $1-39 Dr'essetts in classy s^les, choice 89c Each We have planned this event for weeks and know that everyone will be delighted with the marvel-. . ous Values. BE ON HAND EARLY THE MORNING OF WEDNESDAY, June 9th. This is yoiif sale and your opportunity. Come expecting big values. You will not be disappointed. BATHING SUITS Values np to $8.75, choice $1.98 Talues np to $5.00, choice ^.98 Children's Suits, all wool._$li9 Bath'g Caps, spechU 29c, 39c, 49c Demonstration Bargain! $1J}5 Silk 12.M. Pongee, special, ; 73c Yard Demonstration Bargain! $lJ'i0 Pep perell Sheets, 81.\90, hand lorfa, siieclal, $1.19 . Each Demonstration Bargain! Bnfned Curtains— Tcry new, white and bine borders, spec^ 78c Pair CCRTAIX GOODS and PKAPERIES $1.75 Curtain Dtaperles (Kaynn), yard $1.19 20c Scrim, yard . . —9J4c O.'ic MarnuLsettes, yard . 39c 15"^ Reductiou on all other Curtain Materials. $6.75 Crepe Bed Spreads, special-4 $2.69 $.V»0 Rayon Spreads, special i $l-{» -T • ——1 =^ I'MIERWEAR ' 10',' Reduction on all Silk l ?ndcnvPiir. $1.00 Voile Step-ins 89c «5c .Slep-Ins i .Wc $2.00 Ballsip Teddies -.$I.«!» WJJ5 Voile Teddies . . '.JSc «i.«0 VoRe Gown«t .... Crepe Gowns ^ $U0 $1.76 Voile Gowns - ..UUt!) it- A MOST REMARKABLE SHOWING OF WASH GOODS AND STAPLES <. And^ at Th^se Prices They Will Last Only a Few Days. STAPLES, yard -1 7» 15'.' Reduction on all Knit Underwearrrall, th© new slyles. •"" Silk hud Cotton Crepe and Rayons up to $1.60, spec-: lal. yard ... 89c $I.IH) and $1.25 Rayons, fast colors, 36 Inches wide,' sprchil, yard h 87c 75c new Sllh and Broadcloth, special yard^ 69c lO -iiiPh ?1.()0 Voiles, yard— . 8.1c lO-ineh Voiles up to 65r, choice..^.. .-.L 52c tO-Inrh Voiles up fo 69P, yhrd— . 39c .•I5c Voll«'s, 40 Inches wide, yard .. 25c N.'K ' ItayiniN, extra speeial .. 47c 50c fine Plain Voiles, yard- J 8Sc -10c Cheese Cloth, 3.^c EnRlIsh Prints, y^rd.^..i S»c 50c fast color Indhia Head, yard 44c «5c GiuKhams, yard 27c 25c tJIn^hams. yard ... 19c 20c Cherlols, ynrd . —L— ...lUMe 60c Gllhray fast color Ginghams, spcchil 29c 25c Linen ('rash, yard 15c 20c Linen Crash, yard .....-..-12Mc 25c yard wide Oullnfts, y:irdt 18c 20c Percales, yard 17c 25c Percnics, yard -.- 19c 40c ACA leather TIcklnjr, special, yard— 29c 20c Conilort Challles yard MHc Don't Miss This! $1.25 SILK VESTS at 95c Bliie, Vellow, Orchid, iTlik. 'All slr -esi Don't Miss This! 35c FA.yCV LMGE){IE CUEPE Very HpM-lal, yard 23c Don't Miss This! i RED .STAR DIAPER CLOTH 27 Inches wide. 10 yards $AfiO,, speejal, pk^. Don't Miss This! 89c Big Heary TURKISH TOWELS 4 for $L00 Don't Miss This! $2.75 BLACK UMBRELLAS SpeelaU REGULAR 113.50 BLAXKKTS at Thes« .are jrood henry double Blankets. SIxe 60x80. REGULAR $2.00 Hover Aprojis ttliecJal— • 1)1.69 Made, of nicel soft In- <|Iart Head, REGULAR' 25c TnrliUh Towels special 2 for 25c i REGULAR 20c BUCK TOWEli He Each REGULAR 86c PILLOW SLira 42x36, special 27c Eacli REGULAR 15c MEN'S WORK tJLOVES 9cPair 3 Pr. (w Customer' REGULAR $1.26 iAVWEHE UHBBELLA Special, Chll c 'g 59c EXTRA TOMORROW 1,C00 yards Amoskeag 20c Gingham— per yard 7c DEPARTMENT STOl^ SOUTH SIDE SQUARE EXTRA SATURDAY 1^000 yards Normandy Dotted Voile—all colors, 40 in. wide. Regrnlar 66c yd. At 29c Big Straw Hat Special 89c Each Printed Crepes, ... ..-.$1.95 A Real Surprise Awaits You in Our Silk Dept. $Si»0 Fiat Crepes, 40-tnch, $2.39 $2.75 Fancy special, yai-d $2^5 40.1n Georgettes $1^79 $2.00 lieajy 40.ln. Crepe de Chines, ynrd ^$1.69 $2.25 Radium Silk, yard.-.$l.49 $3U>0 fancy GCori^tes, yd. $2.49 $1.00 fast color ShauKtal Silk, yard —..J—..—.. 89c 10'/. Reduction on Henderson' (Morsels, Curseleltes and 4>ossard ItruNMleres. i eoc • 9-4 Pcppei-ell Sheeting, Jhleached, yard ....... 44c 60c 9-4 Pullman Sheeting, In brown, yard w^i.44c 60c 9.4 Granite Half Bleached, yard — ———_ 87c 9.4 Rlee-Stlx Special Bleached, yard —J—-. 39c 20c Bleached Mnslin ioc 17c Bleached ^taslln. 14e 15c Bleached MiasIIn __12%c 18c • Unbleached, yard JtiHe 15c UnbleacJied, yard. ISHc, ISc I[nbleaclie^ yard. L.lOc S9c PeppWell tubing, (4itS8) yard J_._^— , l.i. SSc

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