Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 3, 1933 · Page 3
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Mrs. George; Hull of Mbran spent I Mrs. Glen Edwards oif Penney's is the weeki-end with her brother J. M.! rll witli influenza. '• >• -Rowden, who Is seriously ill.' i T i i — " j .Vernon Duggan b-eturnedi to Kan- Warren Tucker left today for sas City today after spehiding the 'Oakland. Calif., where he will spend holidays with Mrs. Duggan. 'Miss Bessie Litwin, jpred Lltwln. and Gepe Bagnall spjent Sunday with friends in Kansas City. —A. R. Chambeb. M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 803. Res. 377. two months with his family. : Mr. and-Mrs. W. A. Riley and Fay '..Smith of Bartlesville .were, week- -end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lehman. Mrs. Lehman is a sister I'of Mr. Riley. —Phone 410, Cory's Ta.\l. Day or Night, for prompt delivery or taxi . service. Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Pfendarvis had as their guest for the wtek-end Miss Pearl McDonald of Chianute. Miss McDonald is a sister olf Mrs. Pendarvis. , Fred Litwin, who has been spending the Christmas vacation with his . parents Mr; and Mrs. David Litwin. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mitchell arid ' returned to = Independence today their children halve ^retumed to : where he attends junior college. : their home, in Wicl^ta after an over Christmas \-isit with Mr. Mitchell's Miss Naomi Wi-se. en route from Wichita to ICansas City, sloiiped in , lola' la.st eWning for an over-night, • vi.siti with her brother Walter U. Wise and his family. Elmer Williams, colored, who^as - been: quite ill with influenza the ^. past i two weeks, was able to return J to his work at the Reinfeld barber . ' shop, Monday morning. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kaufman; Max Gilbert and Charles Wilson returned to their work 'at the Texaco station Monday morning after being confined to their homes by illness the past week. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1933. Russelli Long is recovering from an attack of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Chase Broibi and their son Larry Milton left ^unday COLOMBIA AND PERU MASS TROOPS ON 375-MILE FRONT for their home in Tulsa alter a four day visit with Mrs. Brown's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kaufman. Mrs. Margaret E. Kelly aLid her I daughter Miss Edith, who have, been guests of Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hair and otier reV- atives the past week, returned Monday to their home in Bartlesyille. : TRANK SEZ": Welding is the best methlod of : repairing broken parts. It loften : .saves the cost of expenslvte re; placements. J . Fiaink Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmlthlng. Welding. Machine and Woodwork : 12 N. Walnut Phonte U9 Mrs. George Dugan returned to her work at Richardson's Monday morning after being confined; to her Thousands of" soldiers, fighting planes and battleships are reported to be converging on the t€|rritory shown in the map as the prospects of war between Colombia and Peru increase. In Sfjptember, the little town of Leticia.' \flth a population of only 50, was seized by a band of Peruvians and Colombia is determined to retake the town: Colombia is landing forces along the Putumayo river from Port Arthur to Caucaya. Peru has forces from Iquitos to Leticia with an airplane concentration at Iquitos. The shaded ^a is territory contested by Peru and Ecuador. A large amphibian military ses- qui-plane. recently completed in tlie United States for the Colombian government, is shown below just bei fore it took off from New York the other day. home by illness the past ten! days. —See new beauty—coal and wood • Range. Also real furniture bargains. ; Curtis Furniture,'19 N. Wash. - WANTED— 200 NEW ACCOUNTS The largest stock of living room, / dining room and bedroom fur- X niture in Allen connty. Entire furnishings for your home at , tempting prices. Terms. Delivery. . W. H. WOOD JFlNE FURNITURE 202 .S. Jeff.—Phon 190: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kaufman are : entertaining their sons WilUam i Mitchell of Lead, S. D.. and Phillip i Mitchell, who lives near Gate, Okla. j Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stout and their ; children Vivian and I Victor were ; guests last evening of Kir. artd Mrs. ; . I _ • : E, L. Kelsey, in Gas City. Mrs. A. A. Mosher and her daugh- '; ^_ „ „ p-ndlrvLs who hns hpen , ,, T ^ ^ Miss Wanda Wilson returned to ; Mr and NHs. J. P. GniTitUs ^nd ^^^^^^^^ jj^^^^ over-night Iheirj daughter Joan rolurned yes- ^.^j^ j^^.^ 3^^^^^ ^.^^^ lerday to thoir home in Oklahoma :^„„ Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Fletcher had as their guests for New Year's night Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clemens and their son Donald of Chanute. Edward Courier, small son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Courter. is ill with the flu. Dr. John.Zyskowskij who has been a guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lottie Zyskowski during ihe holidays, returned Monday to his home in Tulsa. —^Any day and any hour. Waugh Funeral Service. Cecil DoUison returned Monday morning from a week-end visit with his brother L. R. DoUison and his family, in Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. DoUison and their daughter Anita brought him to lola in their car; returning home the same day. L. R. DoUison is manager of the Rltz theater in Parsons. COLO MB I A onorene/a \LE7ICIA- S£IZ£DBy PERU City after spending the holidays; with Mrs. Griffitts's mother Mrs. J.; H. Round, her grandmother Mrs. A. j. Anderson, and Mr. Griffltts's par- ' ents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffitts of Morin. Mr. and Mrs. Horace ' Miller announce llie birlli this morning of a • Ti -pound son whom they have named Edward Jame.s. son. Complete Winter Super Service for Yonr Car Anti-Freeze. Battery Fluid, Brake Service, Radiator Ser\-ice. Crankcase Service. Body Wijrk, Oil, Washing. Gas. Tire Service. Ignition. SHELLY MOTOR CO. i 214 N. Jeff.—Phone .30 — . John Sleeper returned" to Law—The Polly Aim Cafe, invites Mr.. rence Sunday to resume hU studies and Mrs hows Burger to be their the. University of Kansas after ^uesus .11 dinner wmorroN^. ^.spending the holidays vMtH his par; „ , .: c. . 1 r 1 cnts, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sleeper. Harry Moore Icil Saturday for liis , ^ \ • 'home: ij? Robinson alter spending and Mrs. Elmer and their! ; - the hblidays with his mollier, Mrs. children of Tulsa, the Rev. and • H. M, Mooi-c. find other :icuUives. ; j^^^, Douglas V. Magers of Joplln. ,. , , and Mrs. Sidney Norman and her Mrs, W. S. Cam;>bell :vn<J licr .son ; g^j^ p^ii of Pittsburg, who have been Gary Gene rclunu'd Sunday night ^^^^^^^ of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Law- irom ChilUcoth... Mo \Wirro they, j.^^ during the holidays, have re. have been guests of Mrs. Campbell .s , ^„,.nrd to their homes. 7 sister; Mis& Mcirjorie. Uolnies. • and \ . : Jier brother Denzil Holmes, accomp- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Duggan re- anicd lur home'tor iin indofimto : turned last night from a two-day •Kt ^s'V- : .visit with Mr. i and Mrs, Francis — , . Potts in Independence. —Quality rests not on words, but Miss Pauline Zyskowski, who has !been visiting her parents Mr. and I Mrs. Lottie Zyskow:ski the past iweek, returned Friday to her home I in Tulsa. Marsh Spawr, who was caUed here by the death of his mother Mrs. Emily Spawr a few days ago, returned Simday night to his home in Palestine, Texfls. NEWS OF LAHARPE Bells Tntermpt Iiitermission Nnm- bcF Presented at High School During Alumni Play, i NEWS OF MILDRED Mr. and lUrs. WilUam Lacey. Former Residents of IVOldred, Celebrate Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary. on value put into mcrchandi.se. Wc display quality. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Karyl V. Diigan. who has been visiting her parents Mr. and The Ko2v- Kcve cafe will move ^^^s. George Dugan the past two February 1: from its present location '< ^''^l return this evening to at 109 West street to the buildtng . formerly occupied by Ll:e Williamson tire shop, 119 West street, which is being remodeled and redecorated, -W. R; McGinnis, ijroprietor. announced today. ! Chanute where she is employed at the Southwestern Bell telephone company. ' \ WATCH THIS SPACE , For Opening Day at our New Location RELIABLE OIL COMPANY Ira McGinnis & Son lola, Kas. Mr. and Mrs, Myron Leedy and their daughter Mary Lou of. Independence, Mp., formerly of lola, and Miss Bemiece Leedy of Walker, Mo., visited yesterday alternoon with friends here. They were on their way home from Savonburg. where they have been guests of Ray Mc- Danlels. Mr. Leedy is a salesman for the H, J. Heinz company. Ask for FAIRMONT ICE CRE .4M It's purie. delicious, tasty Individual Mblds for ^very occasion. :>Iade in lola from Allen ••ounty products - Patricia Millington. young daughter "of |W. H. Millington. recorder of Mirza: temple in Pittsburg, was buried in Pittsburg this afternoon following funeral services there today., lola Shriners will note her death i — with expressions of sympatliy for'! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tobey had her parents. ,Mr. Millington being . as their guests for the Week-end Mr. well known tp all.of Ihcm. Patricia \ and Mrs. O. D. Wilson of St. Joseph, died Sunday of complications result- i Missouri, ing from influenza. — \ • i Miss La Vina Waugh, who has been i spending the Christmas vacation \ with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. C. ; Waugh, left Sunday for. Tulsa where I she is a music instructor in the Uni• versity. E. S. Courter, proprietor of the Courter Fixit shop, was able to return to his work this morning after being confined to his home by illness the past ten days. Are You One of Our Satisfied Customers? R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE 115. West St;—Phone 389 Miss Viola Waugh, who has been a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Waugh during the Christmas holidays. retiuTied Simday night to Atchison where she is an instructor in the high school. I Mrs. Russell Msljor returned Suii- day night from a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crotchett, in Pittsburg. Mr. Major drove to Pittsbiu^ Saturday evening to bring her home. MILDRED, Kas., Jan. 2.—We wish to aU pur readers a bright and happy New Year. Miss Mildred Lambeth of Ft. Scott was a Christmas guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Lambeth. School wUl commence Monday after a week's vacation. Mrs. MUlard Heath has not been so well the past few days. A number of the farmers around town have been reUeved of hauling water since the rain, Ray Shively is iU with the flu. Marvin,Siders is cutting hedge at Jess Ross's during vacation. Friends here of Rev. and Mrs. G. G. Garretsoh of LeonardvUle, Kas., were sorry to learn she has fallen • 'and oroke her wrist, but are glad : i to know she is getting along al- :j right. • I Mrs. A. A. Kelley and Bob who : j have been visiting their daughter j and sister, Mrs. Charles Phillips and Mr. Phillips, left Thursday for their home, in Tampa. Pla.' Many of our readers wiio are friends of Mr. and Mrs. William Lacey of Pasadena, ' Calif., will be Interested in the following extracts taken from an article that appeared in the Pasadena Star-News last week, telling of the Celebration of the anniversary of ' sixty happy years of wedded life, "Mr. and Mrs. Lacev were married December 18. 1872 and the happy couple settled | ^lih MlssMUdred Ater. on a farm near Oneida and in a i i, ^ , „ few years moved 'out west' to the !, ^}'^- ^"'^ Carol Bargman of vicinity of lola. Kas., where thev | Jn ^ependence. cal ed on Mr. ^and farmed for nearl>' forty years. They SAIL FOR ECONOMIC PARLEY As these two American preparatory experts for the. world monetary and economic conference, J. H. WiUiams(left) and E. E. Day (right), sailed for Gbneva. observers sawihope of rapiJroachment between President Hoover and President-elect Roosevelt on the war debt question. It formerly had been reported that WllUams and Day might not attend ;the Geneva conference because of Governor Roosevelt's Insistance that details of the parley be left to his administration. LAHARPE, KAS., Jan. 3.^ack Hanson, Iqla, was in LaHarpe on business Monday evening. A lai-ge number from out of town attended the,Alumni play presented last week. The ' interludes consisted of accordian music by CecU Pettit, interrupted for several minutes by the ringing of all the bells in the schooUiouse caused by a short In the wiring and. necessitating the disconnecting of many of the wires. Rev. and Mrs. G. T. Andrews. Burlington Junction, and niece and daughter, Martha, who had been vLsitlng in Peru, Kas.. visited last week with Mr. Westlake and Mrs. Clark and other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Grant ,WlUlams and Kennelli Paddock visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. •. Chas. SomerviUe. and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Paddock, Mrs; Hattie Lineback entertained at the home of her sisters in La­ Harpe Dec; 31. in honor of her.hus­ band's birthday the following guests: O. L.Spengler and family, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lineback, the Misses Peak, Mr. and Mrs. Sardin Lineback and the honor guest. I. E. Lineback. Mr. and Mrs. Crumrine. ElDorado. Kas., were in town over the weekend on business. Leo Birkes is recovering rapidly and is able to sit up; Harry Lacey Jr.. has been ill the past few days nith influenza. MissThelma Litteer, lola, and Miss Beverly Mallory were all night guests Friday of Miss MjTtle Campbell. . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Birkes returned last .week from, his work in Arlington, S. D., for a fe\i days visit with his mother, Mr.s. Dilsy Birkes and family. Miss Eva DePoinler has recovered ; from several days illness with influenza. Mrs. Leo Oxender was called last I week to .Cherrj-vale to care for her'; sisler-in-law who is ill. Miss Hilda Shelby and'Miss Alice' Nell Lewman. lola. visited Saturday ; with Miss Julia Livingston who. ac-! companied them home to spend the i week-end. j . O. L. Spengler and daughters.: Kansas Cit.v, who have been visiting ! the Misses Peak. Mr. and Mrs. C. W., Gregory and. other relatives, re- \ turned to their home Sunday. Roy Brock accompanied Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Brock,: who spent the holidays here, to their home in Elk City'Sunday afternoon. Richard Denton was operated on • Sunday at the St. John's hospital i for appendicitis. Richard has many friends and cla.ssmates who wish him' a rapid rccovpry, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald, lq\&, \ PAGE THREE NSWERS eiGMUND RUUD holds. th« world record .ski jump of 2J5 FEET 9 INCHESi The CANADIAN CONFEDERATION w^s formed in 18C7. MICHIOAN has had' a PURE FOOD LAW siivea ISO'S. . J visitjed Sunday with Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Stansbury. Mrs. McDonald Ver malned to care for her father vfho is 'iu. . ; i ; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Waters spent Monday eveniiig with Mr. dind Mr^. Ed Danforth iind George on their way from Fort Scott to their horiie in I>awrence, Ras. Mr. and Mrs. Bally Hocker and family spent New '5?^ear's day n|lth Mr; Hooker's father' and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R.^W. Hocker shd farjiUy. - ; ' Sir. and Mrs. Rdy Smith ftnd faijiUy and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Diizan, Moran, spent Monday with Mr. and Mre. Ace Diizan. Have you a house for rent? Or foy sale? Want to i buy anythlhg? Use the Classified cdlumnsi I ! ESCAPES CLAD IN NIGHT ROBE j Kansas City—As jails go, it's go- j ing to be difficult to beat the Jack' son county bastile this winter. Thomas Bash, hew sheriff, said he would serve prisoners three meals a day Instead of the customary two. "There's been no complaints about just two, as far as I know," said be, "but I beUeve three a day wlU produce a higher morale." i Costume meant little to Alfred' Davis 1 above» who suddenly decided he disliked the industrial Home school at Wa.shington. D. 'Cf Clad only in night garments he skipped about for a cbuple of miles —through woods, and creeks-run- til finally he was caught and. re- uimed Ijy a policeman. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Brown and I their children Clifton and Betty , Jane .of Colony, visited Sunday evening with Mr. Brown's mother Mrs. Lena Brown, and his sister Mrs. Floyd Smith and her family. . Mrs, Mildred Rice and her daughter Mrs. Walter Lewis, and Mr. Lewis, arrived Monday from Manhattan called by the illness of Mrs. Rice's mother Mrs. Viola Lowe. AUTO GLASS Now. from a standpoint of .safety, as well as comfort and appearance, you should have your automobile glass replaced while vou wait by BRIGILAM HDW. CO. The Kozy Kove cafe will move : February 1 from its present location ; at 109 West street to • the By.ler i building, 117 West street, which is ' being remodeled and redecorated.: W. R. McGinnis. proprietor, an- 1 j nounced.today. The cafe will be op- | ' erated in donnection with the Pal- i ace hotel now occupjing the upper • part of the building. The. following out of towTi reis.- tives and friends atended the fim- eral rites Sunday afternoon of Mrs. : Emily SpawT: Mrs. Jane Willhoite, 'Miss Nona WiUhoite. Miss Opal Willhoite, and Drexel Fawcett of Wichita; Mrs. Lou Weber, and Mrs. Mary Leach of Parsons; Mr. and Mrs. William Broughton. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Clemings, Mrs. Ila Berry, Mrs. Iva McLaughlin, Mrs. Alice Shank, and Mrs. Emily Duggan of Bronson; and Marsh Spawr of Palestine, Texas. came to Pasadena to retire in 1920. Many friends gathered at their j home at 2599 Nina street. Pasadena, to wish them many' more happy years. Mr. Lacey said they were given a "^send-off that will last for the next sixty years. They have four: children, Walter, of Mildred, Kas.: Carson, of Pomona. Calif.: Wesley, of WaUa WaUa. Wash.; and itiss Irma Lacey of the home." The paper also contained a large picture | Mrs. R. R. Nevitt Jr.. Monday. They were en route home from Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crabtree spent Christmas with his parents in Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haberbosch and Audrey Jean, of lola. w,-ere Christmas guests at the John Hab- erixKch home. Mrs. Frank Ctirley is ill with the iflu. Charles Garrison and family spent HfljCkett spent Thursday afternoon !Le Roy Thursday and visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis. Misses Ruth and Helen Brown and CecU Brown called on Miss Meribeth Ater Friday.- Christmas greetings from Mrs. Z. B. Ermey brings the good news that Rev. Ermey ha^ recovered from his Ulness and is very busy in his work at GrantviUe, Kansas. Mrs. Hank McAdams. Mrs. John Barley and Miss Bird Patterson drove to lola Tuesday afternoon and left the donation that was given by Mildred and vicinity to the St. John's hospital. The Sisters were very appreciative. of Mr. and Mrs. Lacey. Their many i Christmas with his parents, Mr. and AUen county friends join m wishing Mrs, WiU Garrison, them many more happy years' oi" i Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Ruxton went wedded life! Miss Ariine Sinclair returned to to lola Wednesday. Mrs. Elmer Phil- Ups accompanied them to LaHairpe Tola Saturday after spending a few | and spent the day at George Ens- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I mingers. Eugene Sinclair. Mrs; G.R. Ruxton, Mrs. D.,G. Mrs. Jerry Hackett and Miss Veta I Ruxton and Harlan Ruxton drove to Give Up To 2 FOR AN OLD, PEN of any make _ toward a Brand New 'Birker Pen WVZ7 giv9 up to $1.00 for an old mechanical pencil "toward the purchase of a brand new PARKER DVOFOLD PEtiClL Ingredients of Viclcs VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form ViCKS COUGH DROP They've Stood the Test of Time Established 1906 WiUiams Monument Works 301 So. Wash. lola, Kas. DRY GOODS CO. { lOLA'S POPULAR STORE ' LOOK! Late ^inter HATS Entire Stot-k of I^te Winter Hats, values up' to S-1.95, now divided into two Rroujis, choicet 49c -9Sc COATS $7.50 $12.5ti $18.50 Values to $15.00 Sale Price Values to $20.00 Sale Price .. Values to.$39.75 Sa;ie Price SHOP AND SAVE AT SENEKER'S WELLjW^ COULD TRY—THOSE VyANT'APS LOOK PRETTY OOpo TO ME. I DON'T THINK VbU CAN GET ANYTUlNQ WE'D MARY Look at these Uheralallowances: $5 Duofolcl or La4y DuofoU P«n. onljr and «n oW p«n $3.75 Pencil to match, only an old panel] $3.25 Udy Duofolil PkricU, only — and an old pencil ' $7 Parkar Duofold.Sr. Pen, only r- and an old pan $4.25 Pencil to match, only ai id an old pencil $10 Duofold De Luxe Pen, only 'T? and anold pen $5 De (.uze Pencil to match, only — and an-bid pencil Only nich « leader as Parker could put through BO gigantic a clearance of the nation's retail pen stocks, mmkinE way for late fall and early Christmaa shipments. Look at these amazing features: Ist—^The old pens and pencils that you trade in do not have to b« Parkers. We merely require that the pen shall have a 14k gold point. 2nd—The Duofold Pens and Pencils offered, are NOT discontinued models—they are Parker's finest quality, latest streamlined designs and jewel-like colors—have Parker's exclusive non-breakable Perrrianite barrels, extra ink capacity, quick-starting, non-clogging feed, and "special-order" Duofold pressure-relieving point —gold or platinum plated. 3rd—Those who want both a Duofold Pen and Pencil ^the finest of sets—can obtain them through this Trade-in for almost as little as the regular price of the pen alone. Parker's National Trade-in Sale is being held in every dty and town in the Unitpd States. If you find one dealer all sold out of Parker Duofolds. try another. SUtioners, Jewelers, Druggists, and Department Stores everywhere can supply you at present. The Parker Pen Company, Janesville, Wisconsin. THEY GOT THE CAR THEY WANTED ... THE MAN WHO OWNED IT GOT THE PRICE HE WANTED ... 21S SHARKER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DISCONTINUE TOISS^ AT,A^^^ JINffi^ DON'I DEIAY A TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF THE REULTS YOU CAN EXPECT FROM REGISTER WANT-ADS —Phone 1^4-

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