Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 9, 1926 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 9, 1926
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Xdephone 18 AIIHE?(IAN S05G. Wfaen iniy pareptB died, thqy left me Only a jmlr^t red shoe^and a aonc My ftrtJleiP'gaTe me .the shoei, Biit thie Bong lis from my motben I always see white pigeons circling W^n' t «ing the flon^; And ttiy mother sUindlng in the I |teids of mft1«ie^' Witii ^; sickle In her hind. She wears a hlne bodice with si>- rer'tnlttObi.]::" |':.'' And tbf song she sings< • > i3 of her own maJcing. j 1 ! think it-islthe Tol'ee.of her heart, crying to tee„ '; ' " , ' liMiugb the words a^e about tlie , pigeons. .-•..riietiiies my red shoes tempt me .All'I ufge my feet Inta strange , paths; iiui. ( never listen to them r.i'.uuse of the song— Th song which is my mother's , love. ' ':. — .'vijne Stoddard in. the Century Magazine. Boyal Nefghlors Ail-Day MeeUng ICIob i i- sindcnts in Becifal Mrs. P. E. Waugh ipresented her .' jiianoforte students in recital last .' night at the Baptist Temple which was filled. with an appreciative audience. Miss Amanda- Wulf. of Humboldt; soprano and Mrs. h. W. Simmons, organist assisted. ! The prog am xas as follows:, Prelude, B 5Jat :_Bach Pollchinellt Bachmaninoff Haiel Cllne if At Evening __}.__—..„ !\\Tielpley Harold Howard ' Fire S"lles Harris J Bess Griffin ' _ , iVenetian' Love Song (two pianos) v------- Nevins John Lyman Sleeper ,-. Song Without Words....—Thome Helen Hess Far Off I Hear a Lover's Flute— — L..-L— Cadman The Moon Drops Low..^ Cadman Araanda,/Wulf (These two. songs built upon tribal mpIodl«s of the Omaha IndinnH. cdlleclod by Alice Flctcbor.i Fiir KUi.e BMuthoven Mury E1I»'U Studler Komaiici* r: Harris . Marjorlu OHborn BiTcf -iiHo from .loci'lyn Cludard Cecil J'liUll i I.K>vc'a Greeting Elgar Roberta • Warner ' j F<'B(Ival .Marcn- Read .Moonlight Kinder Mrs. Simmons 1 i Soaring ' Schumann Helen Kohler Concerto C, first movement.. • _ r Beethoven Lucile Wagner • Autumn Chaminade ' Witches Dance . MacDowell. Gertrude Leitzbach Second Pianos-Mrs. Waugh vi • • -» , ' Easfem Star Hob Meets Mrs. S. A. Ellis, Mrs. Dr. Lncy Hull. Mrs. J. P. Kohler, Mrs. C. C. Thomas, Mrs. ' T; W . Waite. .Mrs. Mont .McKlnney, Mrs. C. H. Olson. Mrs. L. W- Bowker and Mrs. Grace Ai Deckifer were bostesses yester: day afternoon at a meeting of the -Order of the Eastern Star club In the Masonic Temple. • "The 'president, Mrs.. C. E. Lock, was in charge and announced the following ])rogram: Piahoi solo, Phyllis Foust; ,reading. "The .' Spoiled Child," Mary* Mbsber; piano solo, "Hungarian," tfacDowell, Miss Lucille Wagner; mUcSical reading, "We Hope You Brought Your Smiles Along." Kathryn Cox viith Mrs. Kenneth Foust' at the piano; vocal trios. "Langhin'" and "Aint Nothing" the Mioses Mary I Louise Marsh, Laura Benson, and Laura Sherman ; with accompaniment by Miss Bess Martin. 'Miss Maxine Wolf was a! guest. Refreshr ments were served. , „- The members present were:'Mrs. V W. Anderson, Mrs. Annie BearA M(-s. Saihuel Brown, Miss Lillian I ?wley. Mrs. X F. DeLapp, Mra. I W, Funkhouser, Mrs. Kenneth •cust. Mrs.- Wm. ifavektttte, .Mrs; ( E, Lock, Mrs. A. A. Mosher, Mrs. .1 A. TWilham, Mrs. Joe McKlnley, y.ts. O. T. Peterson, Mrs, H, H. .Sherman, Mrs. E. B. Sinlth, Mrs. w.' T. Thayer, Mri. Geo. Voise, \)r8. C; L. Whltaker, Mrs. Minnie ^7olf.^Mls8 Helen Kohler, .Miss Bes^ Martin, Mrs. J, W; Hessef, Mrs. C. B: Stevens', Mr*. H. U . Burtnett and Mrs. O. Q. Marsll. ^ <> * ^ • .UtenA Openlnfr of : Op«H<Air I)nw» PsTiilon A'large nnmber of Ida young : people . attended .the ^opening last night of the dance pavilion at :;CarlyIe. Tlie-Harmony. Aces furnished the music. Boyal >elg6lM»ff8 Uold Initlatiodt Initiation ceremonies wer^ field last night b>- jlhe Royal N^gnbors lodge In quarters at the M. W. A. hall. The degree was conferred on Mrs. Jura "Fields. About twen^ ty members of thf^'^ctor Camp Ho. 2302. of "V'atea. Q^ferjWme gnests of the locals Qrflpia!]^^ ^fter fbc-initiation fh?;:time.T&8 spent informally and refreshments were Herjred. ; Sixty-five people Were present i Entertains BrMire dab .Mrs, E. J. Jfiller entertained at bridge last night, in her home at' 3«1 East Street, in honor of her •laifthter, Mrs. Harold Holmes. • Favors were received by the honor gnest aind Miss Vera Thompson. Aftier cards refreshments were serred; Members of Mtt. Holmes's bridge citab were tte -cuestK, Tirttli; Miss iDorcas Jtyiler 4ind. Mr«. Horace.Miller as sii&tftBt^st.- The clttb membirs present were:: Miss BJtocbe B^annont. Miss. OlBdys MahnoBt, Mtss Teni Tbomjwoti. aUte^ JWiK ilnrfn, Wlii^fi^ dffifibnf "Miss KataSn^xHiybii, }|Aiss Mary Overmeyer, MissThelma Maddux, and .Miss Jean ]^ne. Alk all-(tty meeting of the mem- bets of tM Royal Neighbors club •wis heW yesterday In the homd of Mrs." Clarence Smith, 416 Sobth Walnnt, street. A cafeteria lunch! was served at lioon and a;;program was given in the afternoon. Mrs! J. A. Morrison' and Mrs. Osolla Oavhi gave readings And .there was victrbia mitslc. A rou'Ud^robln letter was written by the members to Mrs. C. H. Ar- bnckle, who is 111 in tl)e Lakeside Hosbftil, Chicago. It T^as planned to make the July meeting a picnic at Riverside Park. The members present were: Mrs. J. A. Toinpklns, Mrs. W..« A( Woodruff, Mrs.•Osolla'Divls, Mrs. Mhmie Ketterman. Mrs. J. M. Thomai, Mrs, A. D. Young. Mrs. D, A. Defe- baugb. Mrs. Frank Marks, Mrs. May E. Berry and Mra. Clint Ball. Eight children were present. • - . i <» • • JCeeinnls-AUen j MissiLaR^na McGlnnis, who was visiting friends here and Mr. Albert E. .Allen, both of .Mulvane, Kansas, were married Monday .evening, Jane 7, in LaHarpe. the Rev. A..R. Sherman,'pastor of the Chris- .tian church, officiating. ^ - . • After a brief honeymoon, Mr. and MrSv Allen wjir return to Mulvane to reside. ; • i •'-<. <. •> Off for Camp Wise H^rry Marshall Lamer ^nd.broth­ er,' |ewell Lamer, 'who left this morning in th& Lamer'car for-To!k^ to attend the young people's uonyratlon of the Episcopal church whicti begins toda^ at Camp Wise and lasts until Sunday noon, were joiriejl here by Willard Bollinger and ;the .Misses Bernlce Hutchinson and Helen Isbell. of Ft. Scott, who came yesterday. Mr.- Bollinger ^as I the gii.est last night of Mr. a!nd 'Mrs. J. M. Lamer and the .Misses Hutchinson and Isbell were oyer-night guests of Mrs.'j. S. turner and Mrs. Lucy Simpson Jamieson, 411 South Washington avenue. ^ • • <> • : Elk* Sodal ClubiDnnce. —Ijast jmrty for season, pnnce 9:30 Thursday evening, June 10th. Seven piece orcbostrni. Air Elks Invited.—Spc-lnl Comniltleo. 1 ••^ * • *' Fourth IHTlitlnn ' .The meniberK of Iho Fourth Dlvl- H<6n of the Gcnnnil Working society of the First Preshylcrlun church yesterday afternoon In (he country home of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reinsberg, South Kthilucky road. Mrs. Travis .Morse Was the assisting Hostess;' The chairman, Mrs. J. C. Glass, tireslded over the meeting. Mrs. Travis, Morse conducted the devotional hour, reviewing Jlhe Sunday tphopl lessons ! of the' past year, trs. C. E. Pennington read the les- on for next Sunday which was The Life of Joseph." Mrs. E. C. emsberg offered' prayer. • The remainder; of the time was spent in making tissue paper flowers to be used in decorating the church for Children's Day next Sunday. Miss Cbra Smith was tt guest and fifteen members were in attendance. Re-, freshments ..were served.. , piE,EASASfl^ALl,ET. (C. E. Berkihteer.) June 8.—These sbbWera are Just the thing, to put the'| mark smile on the farmers fai^e. ' Oats heading'fine;: timtjfhyj fnS clover'l$Ok good; and one-of thtf best, starts of corn and kafir cortt We ever saw. . Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Maddfax and son. Dale, of south of Moran Wei^ callers at the Berklhlser home Sunday. , 1 Mr. Will Crocker of S^Ichlta, vis ited Sunday at the home ^ of his brother. EU Crocker. Their mother. Mrs. Molly Crocker,' returned to Wichita with! Will for a week's visit. 'i I ! Mr., and IMrs. .Meader were SBfl- day[ evening callers at the Berkl­ hlser homcj. ' Leroy Thompson, who helps with the work on the Will Grieves farm, visited Saturday; and Sunday w|th his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lo&Is Thopipson on north Chestnut street In 'lola. , • Dickens brothers have put 130 Head of fine steers in the pasture they recently purchased of Will Wood. This land is a part of the Anderson ranch. The Dickens brothers have had tli^se cattle o: their pasture east of their ranch' home. , Mr. and Mrs. Tom Starks visited Sunday with relatives in tola. Mr. and Mra. Baker and children were Sunday visitors at the Jas Davis home. ! Mr. and Mr.<t. Lester Gilmore and son of Topeka, who have been visiting! at the Ed Crocker home and with relatives -In lola, have returned to their home in Topeka. Floyd Green of lola. one of the candidates- for clerk of the Court, was calling on the voters inlDeer Creek township last 'week. ; The township board held Its regular meeting at the Berklhlser home Monday. May 31. Mrs. Lee McVey was called to Oklahoma on account of the serious illness of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Meader were south of lola Monday visiting with his parent?. Mr. and Mrs. Adamson. ' Pearl Southard Is hwre . from south of lola, helping with the alfalfa on the .Meader farm; Tills writer visited last week •with his mother, Mrs. H. P. Fowler and .Mr. Fowler at Moran. We also visited with our sister. Urn. A. J. Bales of .Springfield., Mo., Who la visiting In Moran. New fiinndlnn (J^vernor. <Hy tliK AxHiK-liitril i'Ti-n*) London, .linw ,S..- Viscount WII Hngildii of liutton, linH-ftcccpted nj)- liolnliii'i'ht ns .governor gf-nnrul of Cunadu fo Hucci-cd Huron Byng. of VImy. whose tiTui expires next nidntli. Chicago promotorsf.ate planning to slag^ a big boxlbg show next month during the pntlonal convention of the Elks. ELM CREEK BIST; 13. (Mrs. Ben Friedlund.) June l.^Mr. Tissue; of Kansas City," was a visitor in the John Sherrlll home. i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pettit w^ere week end visitors at the home of John Shenlil. Mr. Ralph Sherrlll and Miss Bertha Cbnover were united in marriage li^it week. This couple is widely known.<and we .ai^e sure their frienQs Wish them much bap- pines^ add prOsperhy. . ! Mr. a^d Mrs. RoberUon'of lola visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy and family Sunday... , Mrs. 'Vl7ii9\ir Moore and little daughter. Wilberta. [visited' in the Guy home' Monday, i Mr. Robert English's mother h».s been in their home several weeks. She has heart trouble and is iil a serious Condition. The Epmrtb League of the Trinity Methodist church s'e.-enad- ed Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sitrrill Monday, evening. PERHAM'S FOR ..VALUE I 'NEW v*jr i^tat them 'fUMT vqr day, *«r ''R#'€mies al»ori>eiit a»oxi& akj ^tiSttiMiiaiSa. . . . ? Pf^^^irU^^ iirn* ^^wtw»g /|T T WtU s ^nDtendi ris eisftr ^eoe of _ andde^itrt- latmess to yoorsd^ by it. MX No; l (aaiA7--dbcaid Ifte OsMC Your weight is your size in a Jantzen! C ROWNING aH the Jant-; ten improvemenCB that changed bathing to suHmming, came aoodKr Jantten iimova' Soiuperior is thia netbod to old f time guetsih^, that evtty Jantzen'algtktfdttteol to fit. All we aslc is your true we^t, i vi^en buying.! Jantaen^titdi and jantaen long, •trong yirgih !wool, re' suits in ehjtfcft]^—the secret offit'by^veigbi success; Yoor Tantzen'.isnY tig^t hei^ and^ loose there; but neat and trim all over. 8ca our moi'tibefiK of Jsntaeo . colbcs and Sttipiofi fot axot wuuxu andcfafidten, 478oac of 517 kadtog pivilesil in- structon nid tfac tak ongiaaccd by JantsQ] IS ideal (or swuiHuing. Cocae in and get a fiee diving ^1 ftickgf . ~ ^en*s JaniicDR MM to ViM Womev'd inntttmi :.i9&75 CbndrtD's Jantiens 9IM to 9*M Other Makes t« 9146 Affiliated Clotklen for / Offers Real OppoHUnities to Save Again Do We Offer forThis Grwt June Sale ECHO IBRIDGE RUFFLED CURTAINS, $1.00 . These curtains are made of beautiful cross bar grenadine with deep inch ruffle with ty-backs and are exceptional values at j^his low price. ; Grouped in Two Big Groups for RiqHd Selling ': ! : is this Great Collection of ; , BEAUTIFUL SILK FROCKS at $27.50 and $39.75 Beautiful creations, several Irene Castle models among them, and actually worth opt to $69.50. Dresses of flat, crepies, canton crepes, georgette combinations, etc. Radical JuneReductionson Lovely Summer Frocks Right now, practically at the opening of the season, we offer 22 Beautiful ^-f A QK Silk Frocks at *1U'*'«' ' .New summer styles and colors, at a prico' that is fp below theiii; actual'valtje. \\ Shown in plain pastel colorings, neW coin dots and other nea^ designs... : The Perky Peggy Wash Fjrocks Specially Priced at $4.50 Dainty summery Dresses of vplieB, beautifully trimmed in contrasting miterials and pearl buttons. They solve the problem of the vacation dress at a small cost. Fast Colored Blouses for Little Ta^«, Boys from 2 to 7 years— MMiV specially priced, each ___ts j[-t _:vOv Men's PaMn^as, $2.00 Siiit Snnimer Weight , ' Two piece styles of sktin finish Soiaetts and English Broadclofh—coo) and oonifnrta'' ble and cut very fuUl Pbin colort, jirhlte and figure. Men's Summer Union Suits 69c 11.00 VahR Athletic styles, mflfle^jrf" 70x80 ttewd check nainsook. • > , .^X^.;r Men's Madras Shirts $J.OO With collars attached and without—a big selection of neat patterns. Chiffon weight in colons to match the costume. New Wash Fabrics at special June t)rices. New Rayon.s in coin dots in all shades and co)oring.s, new .stripe.s, block designs, plald.s, etc., at 09c, 89c and |1 per yard. '^SlJO yards of new Silk Mi.wI;Cropes in neat floral patterns, c6in dots, etc'. QC/» Per yard L_. L_._._,«/OL ; Japanese Parasols 98c All sizes, oil finish, suitable for the season. Another shipment of beautiful Cable Net Curtains with silk fringe ends—a special value,.per paii-' _V-_ S4.95.' Our June Special Sales Offer Two Big Bag Values ?3.50 to $3.95 value Pouch Gate Top and Under"The Arm Bags, $2 95 .$&»95-value Under the Arm and Pouch styles in the newest leathers CO and .colorings at *^0'*'^ of WASH 19c 49c Ginghams, Printed Zephyrs, Ljngeile Crepes, Suitings^ | 32 'ifi. Anoskeag and LaFranc 1 fast colors Ginghain^« yard—. X «/C 3a>iB. 35c ralne Kalbumie Ghighams, y^rd _ 38-indt Printed Zephyrs, . per yard —36-in. Check and Plaid Rayons, per yard — 1— 36-ini< 59c value Mercerized R^ah Suitings, yard- —_ 32 -in. .plain .highly'mercerized . OC|J» Lingerie Crepe, yard .!_ ^«/v, 36-ift. Mercerized Check Lin- "I Q/»' gerie Fafaaric X«/i/ 36-ip. fin« >quaHty mercerized Lingerie FabrioB, lace checks, shadow stripes, ete. _Yard.._ — ^»/t, 82-in. Silk Stripe Shh-ting, QK^ per yard —- OOL .3640. best quality Cambric Fftifsh Percales, yard. aa -in. Madras Shirtifig, in plain bine, ^y iai4 heat stripes. Per yard ^^_.i^_— - 36-lnffil Comfort Challies, Per yard $2.50 JUNE SPECUL SELLING OF BEAUTIFU:L SILKS Roger Thompson well known Rajah Pongees in shades of coral, honeydew, .white, lariat, Brittany, blue, etc. Per yard Figured Pongees, washable and fast coU ors. Specially priced, (£"1 QK per yard $20 Beautiful Renni.s.sance Silk Pattern.^— June Special Sale price,: ^-f O 7'^ per pattern J-._... ^IZ'P BeaiKirul C4-inrh poUerns. pinlii .with docp hor- liers. tjiiibroldered in jjold tliri-aU. One and onC'h.'iif yarifH iiiak« the frock. 12- Mommie Pongee,on«ale at . 69c This l8 the beat quality Northern Japan Pongee. Comes In natural only, and ih the genuine 12-mom- mie Silk. Other Pongees formless money. June Special Sale of Genuine - Honan Pongee at . Washable and tery desirable • for summer frocks. Shades of pheasant, white, lariat and the.popular Brittany blue. ' •*" $2.98 value 40-inch Printed Crepe de Chines at __ __ $1.49 S1.95 25 beautiful saminer patterns to select from. Two Big Handkerchief Specials! Neat embroidered corners and scalloped «dges, narrow hems, etc. Regular •fA>» 19c values, each XlIC 10 dozen dainty colored Plaid 1 R/» Voile Handkerchiefs,. each______ X9C This Is Bath Towel Weather Special this mpnthfor as long as pre.^e;nt stock lasts :*18x36 plain white tWo thread BATH TOWELS—.fi each _-L.:____ Otii/, Extra large 20x40 Bath Towels, white With" piipk, blue or v yellow borders, OKd* each Extra large 2^x45 Jumbo Two Thfead Bath Towels, plaih white only, each 54-inch Quilted Table or' Bed Padding, special, yard. 50c $1.59 NEW 40-Incli VOILES • in all of thie new pastel shades for. lingfc-ie • .'i . gownsr etc. J: 25c, 39c, 50c Maize Peach ? Rose White , Green ^ . Orchid^j Blue Etc. ! JimeSaleof Di^pei^dable Qualities in Muslin Sheetingjs, Sheets, Etc. 36-in. fine softi finish Bleached Muslin_^10c 36-in. good staple quality Unbleached Muslin^ per yard • . I L IO C * 36-inch fine Bleached Muslin, suitable: for undermuslins, gowjis.etc, yd.__15c,i 19c =9-4 Bleached Pewaerel j.Shefeting __L48c 81x90 fine quality Bleached Sheet3_^__$1.00 ^1x90 Peppefell Sheets _^———^L__$1.39 . JUNESPECLAL Hot or Cold Hiermos Jugs Regular $1.5a values, as long as the Oj-f -j Q; present stock holds out, at_— "'J L*^*' An This MontK ^A Sale Extraoi^ary! $1<25 Value ^issors, 69c Pair Guaranteed Scissors—sejf sharpeners with .24K goId.pIated handle:?. ' . -i

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