Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 29, 1927 · Page 6
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 29, 1927
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PAGE SIX THE lOLA DAILY REGISTI't. TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 29.1927. HEWSHOTESOF NEOSHO FALLS Mrs. AVentlinir, ARCII Pioneer. Pass- ea Away. Post Edits Historical Edition Soon. Pprsowils. ' (Mrs. W. .P. Hca,th.) ; NEOSHO PALLS; Nov. 25.^TheJ- . ma Boots entertained a number of her friends at her home Wednesday evening. Invited guests were: XiDcille Underhiil, Dorothy Wilson »tid Rachel Heath; Messrs; Robert^ • Jackson. Jack I>ougIa.s. Clias. Wii- son and "Warren Wilson, jr. Mr. aud^Mrs. Staats made a "business trip W Yates Center Wedncs- <iay. - ! , The Post promises a special edi- • tlon soon in which the history of the town and business enterprises will be given. i , [The Live Wire gang entertained at chapel Thursday morning: Vis- ttors were: Mrs. Gary, Elizabeth Hefiemon, Gladys Anderson, Mrs. -tlTooIard and Dr. McCool. Seventeen members of the Congregational <;hurch . whose . birth- rfays occurred during Ociobor and November were "entertained by the church peoijle at the churcb 'Tuesday evtnin^. Refreshnieuts were aerved; - . j ' Thursday evening.tiie younglpeo- . pie of the. and Congregational churches met in the base" menf of Jhe. Mcthodl .st church- and enjojcjl the evening socially.. Oile •of these I several meetings aro to (be held each month. >lr«.! Art Williams visited with relatives «nd frieiids In Parfsona • last week.' i • Mr. and .Mrs. J. \V. H. Hyke- of Ynles 'Center were guests of .Mr. and Mirs. W. t: ilyke Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. KlvIn Lynn of Texas, are here visiting ul the home) j)f their parents, Mr'.v and Mrs. Geo. Lynn. . Mrrf.' Wontlfug. aged pioneer of Neoshi) Fallii, passed away at-flvo •o'clock Thursday. .N'ovembcr 24. ~ .Mr., and .Mrs. Orlo Sllinpson of Wichita, jvcdro guests of Walter Feazler ^unday. Mrs. Stirapson is a niece of Mr. Feazler. Dr. and Mrs. S. A. McCool entertained as guests last week their parentfi,-Mr. and Mrs: Jno. .\IcCooi of Cameron, Mo. Mr. and .Mrs. Ronald Finney entertained their parents, Mr. and Jlrs. Vf. W. Finney "find sister, Mary uf Fnuioria Siinday in honor of the first /birthday' of tiieir daughter, Mary/Virginias. Mr. and -Mrs. Riilph Lee, of lola. vi.slted .Mr. and .Mrs. Karl Lee'Sunday. ! li O. Briles. manager ot llie local feed grinding; and .sl^cJJing planfi has just.complficd tlio work of iustalUng a new and jlarger corn Khcller and changed the machinery, making the work | more convenient. M3o s Mlnsfr^s to Be at the Keiley Thes^ler Wtdaesday and Thorsday .lobn Cliriiinr. .Tohn Clopine w:is born >ri] • ina:iv Fehruaiy 11. \'<i'.i. nn<l |; assed way at his li'>ni<! in Io !a. Kinsas-, <^arlv Kriil-iv iiioniiiip. . VDVIU ! or 2T>, John riopinc cmisralcil t() .^mer- "ca when- Ju- wiis ten j-c;)r.4 old. 1»fhen the Civil war brolvo "jit ho ••nlisted iji-the service of l/is coun- iry in Company C. .'>;!nl_()hii(i Infantry. He Was wouiideil in the, liattle of Keiiesaw M<)iintuin.| sent to Iho general liospilal .'.hut' not luifriciontiy recdvcred fur. Mirther service he was given an liijnora'ble i^ifchar^e. haiini; si -rved •.iiiee full ycar.s. He came, to Kannaj; iii usi'i and HCltli -d near Chnnut.'. KnnVa:'. mov- lidR to lolu In 1890 whore he lived until lilB death. •. He wa:' ried. To the unioi lour children: John, M:| anil (!c (Jrge. .Mary hav away many years aso. I tWice mar- were jo'rn |r>'. CiK rles His second marriage was to Miss .Muffgie Angel, \ of, Chanuto. Kansas, and to thean iwere born KIX children- Mrs. ('.race .Potter, of Illinois; .Mrs.- Maiy J. Marple, of Dayton. Ohio; Oavid, of Kansa.s City; Karl <if lola; Henry and ^ay having passed on. John Clopine Inherited manj of the .4treIlK cliaracterit<'t!(•.•* of the German people . Jle was in^us- •trious; not ashamed of honest toil and made a living by the .••v.-eat of his brow. He was i .onseien< lOiisly upright in his dealings with his fellpv.-l £jien. He w;'s ever a friend to th^ i^oor ind needy, and iiiany . liavf* rec'eived of his benefactions. Early in his .voung manhood he ; became a Christian und lived and died in the faith. ,, His funeral was held in the rait­ ed Brethren qhurch Sunday afternoon, the Rev. N. L. Vezie. an O'd friend ot forty year.?, conductlhg • the \ser\-lice.. Burial was made in ' Highland comelery. ' NILWOOD ;Nov. 2G.—Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Grit- fitts drove to Geneva last Sunday and .spent the day with Mr. and Jfrs. Jake Troutwine. Mr. Griffitta made hl.s home; rvilh them \ah whiter while (ea<,l)injr in the Geneva school. ! .Mr. and .Mrs. *Ved Smith, Mr. and .Mrs. Melvin Davis, Mr. ain^ .Mrs. Seth Archer ; nd .Mr. and .Mrs. Chet Dickinson ar<; the memborH oi a pliiochi'e club tl 'hich hiis been meeting at their vurloas honu'h. Last Sunday eveiiljig .Mr. and Mrs. Sm 'llh wort! Ihe hosts and Thanksgiving evening Ih-ty played at the Dickinson home. It IH with regret that friends of .Mr. and iMrs. Kd Gllmore learn .hey will leave this, neighborhood some time this whiter .for the iiew>lionie th"y have recently )iurchasAl in .Morau. Klghteen years of - their, lives liave been spent oa this one farm. Mrs. M. yi. Cubhisoii was washing a fiw days ago with her power machine and fomchow her hand became entangled in the clothes and started through the wringer. Al- thongh' she thought of .several things that could be done, there was time, to do nothing, so she jerked her hand loose and amputated her thumb at the first joint; as well, her doctor told her, as he could have done himsetf. The whole hand was badly bruised and one finger cut. She is recovering very nicely from its effects but of course is hampered a great deal in her work yet. It has been possible for o ;ie or the other of her nearby daughters to be with her^ every day except one since she was hurt, and they h-avc been a great help to her. .Mr. and-jMrs. Seth Arther x-iiter- (aincd (heir ,cliil<!r <ii, Jli'- and Mrs. Wo .s 'ey Miirton anil Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffitts and ?.Ji-. Arclier'.s mother, at dinner Thanksgiving da .v. In, the afternoon (he .v ,-il(end- rili^f foot.Kill game Miet ween Moran and Lailarpc at-l^allarpe and, reported p, v .ell -p'.ayi'd and inler- osling-gam'- with s .^ore of.-o -o. Miss run Lnkin of Pittsburg. :i friend of SU». Ralph Towiislcy since their school days at the state normal at Kmporia. has " been spending severai days .-it -th -r Towiisley home and -accompanied .Mr. and' ..Mrs. Townsley • to the .M. .M. Ciibb;.«dn home for a family dinitcr Tliaiiksglving day. ' .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. .Schali-k enjoyed; a family supper ^Thaiiks- givliig day at the liome of Mrs. Schalck's parents. Mr. and Mrs. .|ne .fackson, of Spring Valley neigh- horhood. .Mrs. .luckson's sister, Mrs. A\oi)dco (l;. of .Nijirth I 'lall. Neb, who arrived unexpectedly at noon, male the occaslorc still more enioyable. j Tile school children pi<l on a contest ui'\ul '.-anllness this lust month. • , .r SUCH A POLITICIAN! William Hoverter, Socialist/ <;ity treasurer-elect of Reiuling,- Pa., has antronnced (hat he'll aceept only '$6,000 a year compensation while he's in office. Although the job's worth almiil $20,000 in fees, he's to return the other '$M .00l» to the tred-^ ' sury. Points were coinilcij on t'ectlil necks, ears, hands, facc:s, toweJ.s and drinking cups. Ada McBee Uil the Hippo Vine and Marvelle Nor^ man, the l^apin^. Lizards, Th-i Leaping Lizfirils won and the llii'r pns enleriafiiied tb'.-m with a short proarani apd cont ^'SlS. I'rixes .:?iv- cn were (/o'fkle ^'iMirr.'i .-iiiil rabbi' feet. am", t'opconi wa:-. MTVI-II . This month Wild Fires are against' the Jacks-He-.Vimble. Nilwoiyl pupils niai!<' :.nd 1>ut tip tluir own Thanksgiving deiora- iioiiv. i Tlio llartzog f.-iniily of Hum- boldl. in pi-'cordaiice with tamily custom, held till' ThaiiksBiviug dinner at their home this year. Mrs. Kd <;ilmi>re. 11 sister ;i >l .Mr. Hart- •/iig. and fanuly droive do»M and took lier fatlii-r who lives In L;i- Harpo. wit'i them. When they re- tnrneil her father home, tlieyato siit'Per there. .Icsse nigelov.- h.ns been sinickitig' It ha.s been left to Jugoslavia tV .furnish one erf the most magnificent War memorials that have been erected In the whole ot Etiroi>e, This is in honor of the mothers •who -sacrificed their sons to the war.. The memorial .is the w-ork of Jugoslavia's greatest woman sculptor,- Iva Desplc. ' 1 tuo* Matinee 25c-3.5c NiRht 25c-50c TODAiY AND ALL WEEK (Except Saturday) ''TJ^E BIG starring John Gilbert with Rence Adoree and Karl Dan^ FALL IN—Full packs and tin hats. They're moving- up to the,.^ront line. See the Vitittle of Bellcau; Wpotl, reprodufcd down to the graphic detail. Follow your boys .'over the top in this battle. I^vc, Romance and War, all mixed up into one of the picture.s. ev^r .shown in Tola. . Aesop's Fables and Topics of the Day: lorn siaci- the Mlldri-d cemeni i)'an; cjosed ('.own. but siirained hli wrist so byilly the df.itor thought it doubtful jf llf could do any morn of that this wlntei. Now he has (•lut;loynirnt :it Li-I{o> o :i thi- ''UUg that i>i; !!ra:Iiii!.' tiu- raillo:id bed wbli-h \v:is waslied «>u* in thi- r.'ceiit high wfitcrs. His wife ha.s been •!piMli !iiig the I;;H '' two wei .'vs at heme v.ilh l-.ei- lav^Uts, .Mr, and .Ml-.s. M. Cubbison. but vWII go to l .i -Koy with him Stimluy. Mr. and Mrs. fto.-d 11(11 <.r Fort Sccit Kpi 'iit Thank:.|,:iviiig 'i:iy w-illi Mr. anil .Mr.s. Melvin Mavis. .Mrs. Hill and .Mrs. Davis eie sisters. The Will Zorncs faniSI) has beeii sli-k with •')ad colds and sore throats, Mrs. JCornes has also been troubl-ed with an abaces-s. Mrs, Itov Gud'.T sM-nt Mednes- ilay aften:oo;i v.ith Mrs, .Yl. .M. Cubbison. Several of the people >f this nejj:hhorhood went togcthrr a.-id -.'nlp^ied a load ot cattle i; .'le Kavi­ sas City mar'kot last .Monday. Why dftl two local bu.\ers offer prac- lij-ally the same price here, that wias received in Kansas City? iThls nei.chborhood wa.s pleased to note tile niarru'w of .MIs^; Florence Rilsh and Mr. Harvey Aliimbaiigh •Tii Fort Scntt November 7. NEWS NOUS OF CAS CITY .Hanr Pamiljr TlunksRhrlni; DIR- nen*. Ladlen' Aid Mrds at fhofrh Wrdnesday afternoon. Personal items. •^Mrsi A. F. Holten.) .Mr. and Mrs. Milt Buzzart spent Sunday .with Mr. and Mrs. Turner o: west of LidHarpc. I..adles' Aid will meet at the chiirch Wednesday afternoon and would; like* to have all members present. ! Miss Fern Holten returned to Pittsburg Sunday afterhotm after ."pending Thanksgivingi vacation with home .folks. Victor: Perkins and Ray Perkins motored to Garhett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Perkins.and son, Victor Carl; Mrs. John Dodd and Eon Cecil, and Miss Merle Gif- fln and Mii{s Krma Harris were Sunday visitors at the home ot Mrs. Lena Perkins! Mrs. Maud Giffin and daughter. Merle,'spent Thursday at Osawato- mlo and ' Kansas City, returning home Saturday. J. K. Giftln ot Osawatomle, spent the week-end with home folks. Mr. and .Mrs. Hart and children, Karnest and I^ola .May. of Chanute; Mr. atfd Mrs. O. S. Smith and son. Orval. of Colony; .Mr. and .Mrs. S. W. Ilarri.s and ihildren. .Mr. a<C .Mrs. H. R. .Maley. Raymond and Verda I'clle or Broiison, spent Thiiiikvglvhig day .with .Mr. and Mrs, M. S. S^een and daug'.itjr, .Miss Krnia Harris. .Mrs. Lucy Cornell and <!rand- ma Hdlten spent Sunday at thoj home of Mr. and .Mrs. Mcrryman of 'west of tola. .Mr. and Mrs. John Bayer and Mrs. Fannio Allen fnolored to Girard. Sunday and visited at (ho home-of Mrs. Boyer's sister and husband, .Mr. aiid Mrs. W. H. Dclmont and .Mary Jado Adams spent Saturday night with their aunt.'--. Mi.sses Dollji, and Lutie Adams. There wiis a fine attendance at Sund-ay school Suntlay at the M. F3. church with Si present. . _x——. •> •:• •:• •> * •:• •:• •> •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• • •:• • lOLA I»AI1,Y AllSTRACT • Issued ;Irom ovtke loiu •> Abstract Compaiiv <' • ' • •:• <• • •:• •:• • •:• • • •> •> • •:• •:• •:• •:• .Vovcmber 2.S, 19-'7. J. W. Wilgns and wife Adenia. to William .11. Palmer and wife, lot 10, block .-m. lola. $l,mi. Sheriff of Allen Couhty^to The Railroad Building, Loan & Savings Assn.. lots 5 and C, bloek Z'J. Humboldt. $2,48i5S. J. B. Kirk and wife K.steila M:. to Stanley J. Kirk and wife, part of lot 4 in SE. '4 of XW. -4. 26-2418. ?l .no. , Not content with being the first miiniripalh.v in the uorJd io levy a tax on boblieil hi;-!!!!*:, the town of Neiistadt Thiiriii'tia, has decided to Impose taxes on silk stockings, pafenf lejt.'icr. .vhm» atid on rti',- carrying of cane.s by women. The world may admire -,)romiK- iiig .voimg -men. ftiit most of UH prefer those who pay c:i.>=h. I<. E. HORVILLE, Presldenf F. 0. BKNSO.N/Cashier A. W. BKt'K, VIce-I 'rPRlilplit' K. I». LAND, Asst. Cashier IIARUV SHIVELY, Asst. Cashier lOLA STATE BANK WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS Capital Stock .$50,000.00 Surpliis .$43,000.00 I -I THE PE0ONAL-6IFT There ai-e probably hundreds of 1 Jiirig.'^ that you eottld' give for Christma .'i t!ut wciild make acceptable gifts. But then.' i:<nothing in the world that make :i quite so personal an appptil as a Photograph. In voi -y many cases, it i.s the ideal Chri.stma:; .^;!i<rgcstion. If you arc too hw^y in the duylifne come in the Bve.- ning. Open until 9 p. m. ' V Unifcrm Ri'«u.?ls Regardless of Weather. ' VII^NEMEIER: DAY AND NIGHT STUDIO OVER BRIGHA.'^I'S- '•iM" North Jefferson OPEN ALL NIGHT • NIGHT MECHANIC—SERVICE ANY CAR PLENTY OF STORAGE PHONE 720 NASH MOTOR SiLES CO. 1 TJIOS. JI. BOIYLUS, President {••. 11. IIOWLUS, Cashier Allen County State Bank lOLA, KANSA.S -J EHtiibllshcd a Quarter of a Centnry I Capii;al Stock $. .30,000.00 Surplus 1OO,%O:0O Deiidsits 1,000,00^1)0 I.VTERl ST PAID ox TS.1IE DEPOSITS SAFETl' DEPOSIT P.OXE.S FOR REKT A FINE SELECTION BRIDGE I.AMPS pi $498 FLOOR LAMPS $5.75 BOUDOIR LAMPS $2.98 NOVELTY LAMPS • We have the latest in Floor Lamp.s. The new Chint?. and Cook - Cloth Shades. Bridge and Floor Lamps, Wire Frames. ]Make your own shades. Get your lamps here. ATWATERKENT At 20 Per Cent Less MODEL. 33. .sixrtube, one diat -receiver. CiTstalline liiiKshed .cabinet ?|H.flO. Formerly $65. MtinKJ. 3S. .six-tuh«» one dial receiver with antenna adjiisdneiu. solid mahogany cabinet $75J^ Formerly M:W .MODELS OX DISPLAY / Vn« jprn; buy an Atmter Kent Insthiment loday-^any model vwftli tnll nsxiranre tliat It will be »ail.«>far(»ry for jmrs. 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