Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 2, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 2, 1933
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TOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVEl^NG, JANUARY 2. 1938. PAOE TFTIER Jack Braun, who has been a :guest i ofi.his uncle and aunt, Mr. and M^. J. J. Heldebrant and of Gerald -iPeep during' the hoUdajs, retume<i i Friday to his home in Col- JinsvlUe, Okla. • Mrs. B^nrj: Daniels, who has been 111 with; an ear" infection resulting from ari^"Influenza attack, Is:reported slowEy Improving. , Mr. apd Mrs. Charles Ableson and their daughters Arlene and Madelyn spent Sunday at Chanulc. the guests of Mi", and Mrs. A. Bi Chaun- "ccy. : Mr. and Mrs. i Charles Fry .and their son. Charles, who have been guests of Mrs. Fry's parents Mr. and Mrs. R..L. Thompson, and of Mr. Pry's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Frj-, left Saturday morning for their home in Marshall, Texas;. Stan ley Cummings returned- to this morning to resume stuldics at the Upivei^ity of Kan- spending the holidays mother, Mrs—J^-A. Spangler family. Lawrehce hU sas with and after I-: 5 Regular Meeting I •' American Legion Monday Nigh^, 8 p. m. EAIIL HUNTER, P. C. \-. Miss Pearl Elliott, vwho i has been "spendirig the- holidays with her parents Mr; and Mrs. Jl E. Elliott and with friends in lola.i returned Sun- iday to ftosebud. S. D... where'she is • a reservation home demonstration agent. Miss Adelainc Reid.will return to Manhattan Wednesday to resume her studied at Kansas State college, after ^peMing the holidays with her parents Mr. and'Mrs. C. A. Reid. ' Mr. arid Mrs. Leo Abbott and their children have returned to their -home in Oswego after spending the ' holidays' with Mrs. Abbotts parents. Mr. and:Mrs. J. Q. Blodgett.. L.-... 9. ~.| .SHERIFrslsALE : Of all Grain and 'Feed on tlu- ': farm, Tuesday, Januarj' 3. at :: 2 p. m.. at the Ellis farm. 5 K miles.west and 2'^ miles south : of loli 'one-half rhile north of ; Pleas&ni Valley school house'. - Keith Worthington. youn? soit- xif Mr. and Mi-s. R. M. "Worllnngion, is ill with the flu. , MisseS7,AImarie knd Nerlnc Kinsoi- returned^' evening from Neode- $ha whef; 'they were guests of Misses Ruth arid^Manelva Stono over the week-end.' • Mr. ai)d Mrs. Prcd Rejiiolds and their son' Willis, who reside cast of Bronsdnj'were guests Sunday of Mr. Rcj-nolds's mother Mrs. A. E. Roy-! nolds and of his sister Mrs. Ini Mc- Glnnis and her family. ; .\)-k Vour Grorrr ' or Phone 91 for jFAIRMOVT'S Pusicuriied ^kllk. Cream. Cottage Cheese and Buttei-mflk. DeUveries madQ any place in the city. Miss Irene Gard, who has ix?en spending-the holidays with her par: ents Mr"; and Mrs. Roy Gard. returned today to St.' Joseph. Mo., ; where she is employed. - Delaine Duggan of: Port Scott was - a guest last night of her cousin Carolj-n Edwards. Mr. anid Mrs. Kerihetli Rundali and their children Owen and Patricia of Marengo, Iowa, are visiting- Mr. Rundall's parents Mr, and ; Mrs.rFrank Rimdall. i A. B. C. 3 *id FAULTLESS ELECTRIC WASHERS Now \i' the time td install one of these gva^anteed machines. Try Oae Ont Today! Terms—Wc Deliver ; U'. II. WOOD FIXE FURNITLRE 20? S. Jeff.—Phone 190 -Mr. Phil Stover and his daughter Peegy were in lola a short time Saturday aftbmoon. driving home from ' Lawrence and Kansas City and were • pleasant callers at the Register bf- Mr. a,nd Mrs. E. W. Lewman are entertj.ining Mr. and Mrs., Aubrey \ Fox a|id their daughter Lois Mae i of KatKas City, who arrived Fri- Iday; Mrs. Lewman is a sister of i.Mr. Fo.v. Typewriter Ribbons Carbon Paper • Stencils Ink The right qaality—the right price WILLIAMS TYPEWRITER CO. 113 West >Iadison Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson and their children Victor and Helen spent Sunday in Mildred as guests of- Mrs. Nelson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Allison. Mr. and Jwlrs. E. L. Newton'ar­ rived Satimlay from Warrensburg, Mo., to be guests of Mrs. Ne ^-ton's mother Mrs. Belle Young, and of' her brother George V, Young, and Mrs. Young. Gecrge Hoffmeier of the Self Service market, who has been ill with the flu the past few days, is improved, his mother-in-law Mrs. lO. D. Larson said today. —See new beauty—coal and wood Range. Also real furniture bargains, i Curtis Furniture. 10 N. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. LawTence and I their daughter Nancy Lee retunjed ; last night from St. Louis where they ' ha'.e been guescs of Mr. LawTence's father. C. Y. Lawrence: and his sis- I tcr Miss Mary Edith LawTcnce, during tjie Christmas hoTidays. Miss Lola Belle Jewel t is visiting :Miss;Regina Stcime!. who lives ' northeast of lola. • — • j' Mr.s. Betty Stephenson, a stenbg- rapher for the Oyler & Gard firm, jis ill with influenza. CHECK VOIR ; BATTERY \ And you'U nvoid bcmg .stalled out in-."no man's land " because of a dead batterv'. Batteries tested , free of charge Lotv prices on neir plates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 ' Attorney Stanley TOland returned lit-si night from a week 's visit with his parents in Wichita. ill-, and. Mrs, Beatty Ray and their sons Howard and Harold, Mrs.; Elsie Kester. and James Ray, .who; live southwest of towTi, were guests; Stmday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Reed. Mrs: D. D. Long, who has been ill with the flu the past eight days. Is able to be out again,! AI; WhiKfatsU Is Dead. Al WlightsU, 64, a former lolan died December 21 at his home in Gamett,-after an illness of several months. Funeral sendees were held at 2:30 p; m., December 22, the Rev. L. B, Pruitt officiating, and interment was in the Gamett cemetery, according to word received here today. ; • • Mr. Wbightsil left iola about 20 years ago. Survivors of Mr. 'Whlght- sU are his wile, a daughter Mrs. Jerry Nicholson!, a son Phillip Whightsil of Gamett, and three grandchildren. He was a brother- in-law of Mrs. Floyd EaUott, Mrs. Frank Murray, and W. E. Van Camp of lola.. Mr. and Mrs, Joe F. Eastwood, who live north of Gas Citiy, were guests Stmday of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shannon. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McGinnls spent Stmday .with friends at Pleasanton. —Remember Phone 72 Ambulance service. Sleeper Mortuarj'. Thomas Milne, who has been the guest of his parents. Mr. aind Mrs. T. A. Milne since Saturday evening, will return this evening to Ponca I City, Okla. B. P. Heigele arid his Ichildren Margaret and Ballou Jr., visited Sunday with Mr. Heigele's brother, A. C. Heigele and his familj, in Ottawa. • • j Mr. and Mrs.^K. D. Hamer returned Sunday to their h<j>me in Ellsworth after spending the holi- dayis with Mrs. Hamer's parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. E. McDonald. ! Miss Hazel- Bowlus. a patient in j the Bell Memorial hospital in Kansas City the past four weeks,' is showing considerable imprtjvement the last few daj-s, according to her brother T. H. Bowlus. I —Funeral costs should ne\;er be a i burden. Waugh Fimeral Home. Mrs. Stanley D, Kinchelcie and her daughter Naomi Jeanne of Arkansas City and Mrs. Harriet Jones of Kansas City are guests of Mrs. Kincheloe's parents. Mr. anjd Mrs. M. H. Fleisher. Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mrs. Fleisher. j William Weaver and his sons Walter and Rufus went to Sedan yesterday to attend the funeral of Mr. Weaver's niece Miss Opal Grey. They will return this evening. "PRINCE MIKE" IN TOILS AGAIN Back "home" again to. Ellis Island goes "Prince Mike" (center), the nation's mose debonair imposter. His name really Ls Harry Gerguson and he was a pants presser at Hillsdale, 111., imtil he suddenly lauriched himself as Prince Michael Romanoff. Since then he has flitted in society and jails of two continents, and twice has escaped Ellis Island, where he had been held for deportation although no one ever established:he ever had a home other than America. Deportations always are because Prince Mike refuses the customary routine of paying ships passage. Lately!he stowed away int* this countr>- from Prance, landed safely but got arrested in New York when he could not resist the impulse to purchase a favorite blend from a Fifth .'Vvenue tobacconist. Detectives are shown leading him from iail to Ellis Island. ' i NEWS OF MORAN Fire Damages Bedroom in Lee WU- son Home, bat Firemen Extia- Koistx. Flames with Chemicals. ! : AUTOMOBILE PAINTING I : Pender,and Body Work. I • Axles and Wheels Straight- : ened «'ithout heating, 1 Plow Work. c. c. MCCARTY & SON" : 301, South St.—Pho. .216 : ' Miss Grace Bixlcr returned Fri, day to her homo in Topeka after I spending the holidays with her sis- 'tor Mrs. D. B! McCarty and her I family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dreyer .visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slfers, who live near Gas City. picasani caiiei-s at i,ni.- n.t-n.oit. u.- , Mrs. Lulu B. Willis, who has been ncc, Mr., Stover 'is living in Tulsa a guest of Miss Inez McKibbcn the where he is the: representative of past week, returned Saturday to her the American Wire Rope, company, home in Kansas City. . Misses^Jean and .Billie CoghiU, • who have been siJcnding the-Clirist- ma.S vacation with '-'their parcnt,s Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Coghi!!. returned yesterday to Lawrence where tliey are students at:the University of Tlieir sister. Miss Es; iljpr Cogbill took them to Lawrence 5 in the CpgliiU car, remaining for a , .short vikl. Mrs. Floyd Elliott returned yesterday from a four-day visit with her sister Mrs. Al Whightsil, in Garaett. . Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morrison and f their daughter Priscilla Deane of ! St.- Joseph. Mo., are spending the [holidays with Mr. Morrison's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrison ,and other relatives. Miss Ruth Gard and Miss Wilma Ensminger spent yesterday in Caney. - . j: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flitlcy had as their guests for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gllck Fockelc and their children Frances andl Louis of licRoy. Harrj- Boyd, who has beeq visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Atzbach the past month, returned this afternoon to his home in St.!Louis. Mr. Boyd is a brother of Mrs. -Atzbach. - ; j Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mcriiriand left this morning for their home in Omaha, after spending the XDhrist- mas holidays with. Mrs. McFarland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Thompson. ' , \ '' Mrs. Hazel Luckey, who»has been ill with the flu the past weekjat the home of Mr.-and Mrs. FrankI Rim­ dall,. was able to return yesterday to Independence, Mo., where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wagner and | their son Raymond' Wagner, and Mr, I and Mrs. Harry Wagner and their \ children Marjorie and Mahlori spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. jL. M. Parrish in Yates Center. Mri Parrish is a brother of Mrs. F. A.! Wagner, j Mr. and Mrs. Waher Eakin an- i nounce trie birth of a 9 '''i -pound son j this morning at St. John's hospital. | Mrs. Max Brinnon and her daugh-! ter Mrs. Albert Herbst, and Mr. Herbst, will arrive this evening from Wichita to be guests of Mrs. |Brinnon's sister, Mrs. M. H. Fleisher and • her family. I f Miss Betty Howard, who ha.l been a guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Harrj- during the holidays, returned Sunday .to her I home in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Harrj' and their daughter Mtrjorie took her to Topeka in their c'i[r, a- turning in th? evening. Lewis Har­ rj'. who has been visiting lj:i the | home of his uncle and aunt Mr. and 1 Mrs. H. H.. Howard the past week,' returned here with them. i GLENDALE Dec. 27.-^Ruth Hosley.'lola. James Hosley. Pittsburg, and Miss Annie Montee, Mulberry, took Christmas dinner at E. M. Hosley's. V. W. Heath and family ate Christmas dinner at Lloyd Heath's. Johnnie Greeves. Wichita, spent Sunday night with his Grandmother Greeves. Carney Barr went to Osawatomie Tuesday to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Marion Williams. John VanPelt took Christmas dinner at the Albert Ro^ home. Messrs. Heath, Hosley, Van Pelt and Russell Darr are butchering for Mrs. Tucker. Wilma Ross Is helping Mrs. Van Sant with her housework. • On account of the bad weather Miss Hickson gave her program F^day afternoon instead of night as planned. Several patrons attended and listened to a good program. Santa Claus was there with treats for the little folks. , Grandmother Whittington and Prank Ross spent Christmas day at Jess Ross's. Grandmother remained for a longer visit. Several families are having the flu. Kenneth Ross and Marvin Siders are cutting hedge for Mr. Davis. Carney Barr and family spent Christmas day with Mr. Barr's father and mother near Kincald. Glada remained for a longer -visit. Have you a hoiLse for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anytlilng? Use the Classified columnsi MORAN, Dec. 30.—Fire of unknown origin did considerable damage to an upper bedroom at the Lee WUsoQ home about midnight .Thurs- da'y. "Hie fire company responded to the call quickly and with the use of their chemical engine the blaze -was soo^n extingulsried. The damage was confined prlncipallj- to the furnishings ot the room. It is tmderstood insurance carried will cover the loss. Mrs. Wilson was not at home at the time having gone to Tulsa for a visit with relatives. Mrs. L. D. MItCheU. Mrs. John Hurley and daughter. Miss Eva Hurley, and Miss Maggie McOulre visited Thursday In lola, guests of Sheriff and Mrs. Bud Hurley. Miss Bdaxlne Knight was a guest Christmas day ot her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. B*udge, lola. Mr. and Mrs. George Vamer, Topeka, who came here for a visit over the week-end with Mr. Vamer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Vamer, and his brptiier Ed Vamer and wife, were accompanied to Chanute by Mrs. H, M. Vamer on Monday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. William Breimen and children. Miss Ruth Manning has been in Kansas City since Christmas day visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Warren lajTnen and children, Neosho Falls, spent' the week-end here guests of Mrs. Laymen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Agner. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wells and daughter Miss Emily were guests of relatives Saturday and Sunday at Appleton City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John Koppers spent Christmas day with' Mrs. Koppers's mother, Mrs. J. P. Flynn and other relatives in Humboldt and on Tuesday they entertained at dinner the following group of relatives here: Mrs. Edna Henrichs, New 'York: Miss. Bertha Plynn, Ann Arbor. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. L: T. Cannon and son. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hess, Mrs. -J. F. Flynn, and Miss Pauline Flynn. . Mr. and Mrs. D. "Whitlow and Floyd 'Whitlow, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and children. Martha Ann and' Virgil, were Christmas dinner guests of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Whitlow. ,Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Strong and little daughter Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strong were Christmas day dinner guests of their aunt, S£rs. Mary McOlashan and daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Barton and Miss Floy McGlashan. Mrs. M. C. Wheeler visited Siin- day with her daughter, Mrs, Hajrry Redden and family, lola. and on Monday they visited at Webb City. Mo., at the home of another daugh- tesi Mrp. A, B. McGrew and Mr. McGrew. . Mrs. A. J. Best entertained on Christinas day the following group of relatives: Mr. and Mrs. A.: L. Danon and soft Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Land and son Jlmmle. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bowers, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Miller and chUdren. Eugene and Pauline, MUdred; Mr. and Mrs, Roy Cook and family, Bronson, and Mr, and Mrs. J.; A. Cook. Mr. ,and Mrs. O. A, 'Young spent Christmas day and Monday' with relatives and friends in Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Chsimblin had as" their guests Chj-istmas day Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jones.. Mrs. J. M. Wells. Mr. Cornelius. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Myler Harclerode and children, Bronsonj'arid Miss Evadeen Harclerode, lola. Mr. Jones and Mrs. Wells are brother and -sister of Mrs. Chamblin. Mrs. Mae Cobb, Herington, visited here a few days following Christmas day with her slster^> Mrs. Charles Mendell and family and another sister. Mrs.^Martha Strong and other relatives: lola. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fowler and daughters. Bethena, and Mrs. Bert Bro«-n arid family visited Monday at Parker at the home of Mr. Fowler's father. I. G. Fowler. C. G. Hessori is caring for the farm interests of J'. C. Norton during his illness. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Young had as their guests Stmday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young and daughters, LaHarpe. and I. A. Young of northwest of town, , Mrs. Ann (Vamer) Blakley spent Christmas day with her great grandson. John Meader and family of Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oliphant of lola were Monday evening guests of Mr. Oliphant's parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oliphant. Mrs. John Rawlings and children left Wednesday to join Mr. Rawlings who has recently obtained employment at McBaine, Mo. , NSWERS iv >.iUiii «»-n T HE COL0SSEU,M at.I*>oiiio wa.s liuilt In one year. The itilaii4 of CL'BAl .i knowi) as "The. Pea?! of the Antilles." Male's of vollnsJ •ise In Argentina must viite or pay I fine. . : Com Fritters.' cups fanned corn IVi cups 'flake soda crackers; crimiWed 2 eggs, sU^'htly beaten 1 teaspoon sugar % teaspoon salt Mix all Izfgredlents together and drop by spobnsful on a hpt grease^ griddle and 5 cook over a moderate flame. When brown on one side, turn and brown the other. Indianapolis—Prom' his home W the Bro-wn .county hills, Atoe Martiii 81, who bei^rs the same, name as the rustic character created by ths late Kin Hubbard, cartoonist, has written tolstate police, complaining of theft of his shotgun, so.tne chicken? and othier articles. An officer was assigned, to-investigate. PISS^ONRIKGS DEEP CUT PRICpS 4 cyl. 12-ring Compr^ion set .....$1.20 4 cyi. 12-riMg Oil Gombi- na^n set $1.56 6 cyL IS-ring Compression set ;....$1.80 'For Any Car ANDllEWS & SON ! 14; South Washlnkton. . STAINLESS S»me formuU . . Jiune price. In original form.:too, if youjptefet gb/coLD^ViSlCS USEPyEAKLY A-Very Happy and a More Prosperous New Year to Everyone We invite you to corhe in and see us injaur new location. ' Southwest Corner of Square. . WALLAR'S PALACE DRUG STOilE >:W;WS:5::>K^?>;::: ^^^^^^ ti. -.U f-/ 'Z" Baseball? It's So Boresbme Lorain, O.—Scorning an occasional piece of ice and a lot ofi cold ; wind, John Serbu, 275-pound iLorain athlete, yesterday opened (fori him: self only) the 1933 swimming ijcason 1 on Lake Eric, He was, nibbling an I ice cream cone and was cladj in a j regulation bathing' suit when, he j plunged in the water. After staying : in three minutes, "just to .cosivlnce | his friends" who were witnesses, j Serbu emerged, declaring he - felt i none the worse. White horseliides \'EJtlL pretty seams hold no mterest for tUe ro.- ceiit offspring of the Mel Ott family. Daddy Ott, New "i ork Giants' outfielder, and Mama Ott. are trying to interest Margaret Caroline Ott in a baseball, but tha child indifferently closes her eyes and takes a little snooze. Tho family group-was photographed *t the Ott Kev Orleans borne. FKidneys trouble you? Heed Promptly Kdaqr and BladUer Irr^olarities Are you bothered with bladder irregularities, getting up at night and nagging backache? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn of some disordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhere rely on Doan's Pills. Praised for 50 jrears the country over. Sold ail druggists. ADiurvtic .£Br :th« Kidoeys L:-i:-:-r-x-«»Mfc*:--*'«' THEY'RE MILDER THEY TASTE BETTER —and i like CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes. To me, ihey are mild—that is, they don't eeem to be gtrong; and there is certainly no bite, so far as I can teU. To me, they taste better and they have a pleasing aroma. Every CHESTERFIELD that I get ia well-filled, and I feel like I am getting my money's •worth—that there is no short measure about it«. I like CH£ST£RFI£U)S. They eat^ isfy tne.

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