Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 30, 1927 · Page 2
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PAGE two 1.1 ' I T 1 THE TOLA JPAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING, KOVEMBER 30, 1927. NO\TeMBKR. TJifl melaiicltbVy days draw- nish; Th« aiiiiimii liii^fTs luit to sigli: • Attd whilf niv ' loiioly lie.-nti will list . : . Tlie wiiKl : fTrivca boaiity like a IlliSti ' MisH 3iazel Irwiu and Misn Iva Ov«>rin<0"er wpro li'ostfsses to Iho iHi-mlx-'r.s ilioir liridRo flub last nJfiht in the home of tire former. jf2 Xortli' street. FavorM were received by Miss i IlftrleHf f':ui..-.sey lur lu'Kh srore j - aijiil '>y Miss Ireiii- C 'orr for : P.Pnuiy, your jSifiril Miall not RO onil lii>;li si-«:-c. A Uvn<-h was st-r- : Will) Icaws liiat wliirl and winds- veil. i that >t)ioi\'. ' Misn K/izalictli t>ni(lh and .Miss ; Jicauty. you Vliall not tiai.s depart,' raullne Zyskov.-ski were nuest.s - i'-or 1 Will li<'f|i you in iity heart! | ami ifi - imirrfii-rs atffniliriK wci<-: ;.Mi:^s t'arol Crovi-r. .Miss Rnth Anil all the firoFof aniiinin'^ cold . H "li«M -t-. Mi<- liaileiti- rauatsi-y Sliyll Jiiirii liM" UM when davs yrowjand .Mi;»s'Iri-iie Corr. • old. \ ' • ". * —Mahle Wllfoni; Hn-wer In i- o - 1 KiinMon liel|ili^tiii Mei-U The runslon i luipier nl lli.- lie! pliliiH-KoticIy y.'sli 'iday -.vtlii- " jiooii Willi Mr" I'.', tl. ((inni-i-. :>W<; i'.u»\ Ilroadway. ' Tilf ll'hKOII. "•('l lltlll.ldlll s .(till AilntirNlnKi'r-." was in iIiarK'' ul hUi>.\ (Mini U-VaiiM .T Mr. M Hlahrli)' Wolwl tnvi- ;i > uiniiiiii > .of I fie last IcH '"n. .ToplfH- of till' --liidV rti ii' L 'iV' II , ^ iiH follows; .Sntifs of Ml'' 'J"r<iiili ;i Wi •. fl,i.>,i),.' I„iii<; wtti ;III||IMMI<>II dora." .Mrs. K H rinnt.v. "Kri IM.iriraii' Il.-l.-n lltilUn;;^- inOllH Trmili.nliir.-'." 'Mis, i: Ixvi' )>.-, i/m- ,i a-' i iii', liiln r TronilxiJil: ".Xriiis aiul Atiiilf.'; *, '! ni 'inli 'i'- im-Mit wiii': 'I 'll" V 'lTi.!',' •n >.-lma \<'- Siiiitli., Il.'.'i; llol •iiiii- \''ri;.r 'l. Iiiil»'Ct :i • I i;il. ;iiiit I 1 M- lidsi . rilil) rieeN OftK-er-. j, i I'*.l<-< I tttii^ »ii (ilr.'iTs In-.s* rv*' six i nioiillis «:is lii-M last nitht al a I riir I (illf • (ll II'K - llHlllllci V of lln- iriH-P.i •lull ill U ',1' liiuui- of tin; Ul's. - I-' iy,,},••! I: IVmliJlr J .i 'd- Iricr. 11(1 \<)il!i I'ir-l IK It, •e'^nll- 1 IMi/.ili.l ii I.I II , |ii I 'sliNiit, >'l rtl'lli' 1 .1 'ii'l r i -hll Vi 'li;iiil, •• \|ivi !;i III I I'.'a-'llliT ll '.1 111 ii:i {i- a ihilt lil'r.iiy I )l !• JOI •'lll'lll •' lais'. and 'riir! wa < .•ml nil. vi -U ' .'.'.ll ,'.1. .<;!• !!aiM 1 . Miss Mary K<'ti'--lni c; ••KI.-HIK'HI a." \li Alj-s. M. HIaiiili.- W I: "Walihi^Lr von der A'ofK'hvci.l.-" Mrs l.l'iyd'j liij.; .[; Carfer; "Wiil,f ram vnii K i'icii-;'j, n^, liaeh," Mr^. .1. 11 .^.iHnl.v, —nn: : . • Carden of l;i>si's." M| (• r. Crj. i; •. j • .;. .;. .;. iitid "The y!'>jv I'l I -;Mi,-in," .Mrs. Missl.inarv HhNiaii MeeN to hear a pnl.lie health talk ,af .he; I:,,,',",;'•...,^"[''• ; PEO iiieetinis^' to he p:ivi:! hy' Mi.ss .Jessie Pierco. ii.ulilii- h'-al!l; wjil: I 'iiilil r .ienilK 'rs jiursie of Kansas. •:• V •;• Ila/aar —at M. K. nmrth KriiUiy. Hi-.-. - Cilfoterja luneh^ i'> Clijcken dinner,^r,:",i> in'T:'i". > i:!oi •• ini'ii'iii. riaii-. wire .jiiailr in .-••lid a box ''•1' ^H 's 111 I 'lr Ilniiii- tor the .Vped • at .l ,-<-!:-iiav1'l •. I!;l. Thi- remaind- I IT, ci !iii' iliotiii was s |U 'nt soil i.illy auil I 111- Iiosii 'ss w:'s assisted by .Mrs .1. KlllotI lu srrvinK . ri'fiishlHeiils. "St.!.T«lin's .\Hjir S««ir(y PrejMires for Bazsuir A meeting of St. i.lohn' sociely was held y • noon "in the b«nie McCann, SO" South niK*. fo make final for. its iinnualbazaar which will bf { Iteld Sanirday in thi> biiildinp formerly oceupied by (he J'erfert 7?a- kery on the east .side of the square TUirty-three members attended the hieetinK and Mrs. 15. F. .Sicka. of I'iqna, was a'Riiesf. •:• •:• <- I Gives Blrthdaj- Varty Mrs. henry Daniels bave a p^ijrty ; niify < Inb at' ll«ijel Kelley t Mrs. Vlori'nei-. Is l'..'lilii!i: and ••^'""iMiss .Mi'-v lleniirieks' w re lios- tf.sses ai a 'iiectfiic of the t'nity club Mondwv allnrni'.ou in the itfl Keiloy ^;r !ll. iirranRcnients I i; ji Curiienter ilisrussi'd Uacial it'il'illicfV troiii the text levdav attrr- ( f Mr.s. ('. .Ii . .lefferson avo-' Hot I book on sfic'eloay: Mrs. Knierson " I Lynn's Kiii 'iii -c was on the .Vecro Iraci- and Mrs. *. Hanson talk!<-d abrfiit the Cliinese and .Janan- ese. Mrs. N. O. Dodge, pre.sident, presided over (he, meeting. The 'members at the moelinf? were: .Miss Klizabeth Apt. Mr.s. ...i:^. WW,.., ... F. <:. .\pt .iMrs. 1,. V. Rowlns, Mrs. Saturday afternoon lii'honor of Mi'> | ij. |(. Cnri.entir. .Mr.«. K. U^Pook. elKhth biribiTay anniversary "f lier ; <IJS J, W I|"SHT . .Mrs. Kmer.Wn claiicl'.ter, Helen Dnnjel.s. jj.vn!;, ?flrs. I'.iirney Miller, Mr.s. .(. 'There were Kames tind mUfvieijf c;„„eibv. Mrs. Cbarles F. Peott. for enti'i-lainnienl and Mrs. l>iin-jM,.,. j y I,,.„IOM and .Mrs. .V. O. ifls- .ilerved ieo cream and, cake. p,„i,,,, rta.sket.* filled with candy were fa- j ... ... ... \i)rs and lUl-n reeeivcut mauy | Himier Vnr Vlitttnn (;uow|« g)fl.<f, Tlie .ise were the EiicPts: Dorothy j;«rsIon, Carter .SmlHi. Mildred Pat- .1iir.son, Norene Inman. Doris Kan•k)n, .Marilyn Tucker, Hetty Uan- l;in, Dorothy Towiies. Woodley nordon. Marian I..ols and llebii JJUlllels.' .Mr,>. .1. \.. Stark, (if 211 South Kteond street, enterlalnt^d ^t six o'clock dinner Monrtiiv eveninc, Uer nieces, Mrs. Cora UnflfTierRer of .\iriis)a. Kansas end Mrs. I.auvn C.losson of I'eiu". Kansas, and Mr. liarry. Custer and son. of Texas. r.i»t Qniin Dinner 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. K. TI. Stewart • were jtiiesls at a (|uail dinner last nicht | [5n thi' home of Mr. aiel Mrs.. Tom i Vade !it Has City. '> STAR VALLEY (.'Itrs.^S. F. Uo.ss.1 'I'i'.e .'^ijir I'.ille.v t.-ratiKe is well ! i';.iisi .p;,.|] },! the I'omoiia, which nil - 's IV. ry sicntid Saturday <if the , -.- . . luoaih. All foanli decree members} Piitwfiiin with Radio'l'aH.v ,; re aecrinlintiy iiniicd. Mr. and Mrs., W. W. Hanks, of! Th. I. c. im-' wit'; .Airs. Ku.s-j fin.iSoulh Chestnut street, enter-I t'll .MiHeiuy Wcilii.sday after-j lained with 'a ra<iii>. piirt y las! j iiimn of las; w< cij. " I Jiicht. , i Sunday dimii r pie.sjs at the Dale j ,.;vir. and Mrs. .T. .\. Tompkin • and ; .Xichols, iinine were .Mr. and .Mrs. i and Mrs. Q. .\. Stewai*' H 're • Fdwia 'Meader of I^aFlariie. .Mis.s i l\ie snest^. - ; l'">U N'ieUo'.s. * i I "'r aj..i .Mrs. JViiJ'y Kay ;,).d • yiilerliiin Hridte t liib . ilMr. ii vvei • .Sunday dnne|-.uuesis ; . jli.sij Catherine C;.';ii;"i! and a!-;;ie j>;ireiii;i) Ke.ii,-i- Unmi. Jrenej Dority I 'lteriaiiieil iliiirj liridge club liome of lb liuckeye str. ei,' .SlTss niaiu lie ^'.aiiiii.tit -.v .i »:n the bisit . i-eiMi- Ul ize. lMr> herine Caniaui and a! Jjie jiareiua! Kester home. ; rity I 'lteriaii'.eil llnirj K;'t;e ;:;id l.ilith Hremer ' ll .\hind;r.i u'l-hj in tli"!ypi'iil Sa;nri'.a.v :i .tr ;-v:inn with he tiuiner. lU! >';)Ui li' j .M;ss, (;v:'•. l;-;s •. .: Mis.; I Pauline ZyslanVski and,.Miss vidle Clark wci- i;ii<;-s|s. I.uil.ll was serVed .after cirds; , The nieuibeis piiseiii Wcv. Mrs.. Kobeti Tiiiinbold. Mrs. ter Ke.-siM-e;. ,\i:s. I.Muis riiiikeii- vitlse. .Mrs ."v.'rry ."^herniaii. ."Miss Cladys ' M.-inniim. .Miss ltl;ii;clie •Marnioiil. .Miss.' Kaitileeii l.any,.ii. Miss Vivian lia Irwin. ••Nil' Mil Ila-rJiolib a- ihe W. Afc^ ami \Vii!:.;r C::irk of] - >i :•• .-^Jiulay iViuiiiK I '. .MiKire • ll iltle. Mi-^. l>aV<' Nieho 'S. Mr. and' .M:-^.: l-"ii« in .\Iv. ;f.Ir~. i .i liav :ir :r ;i.. .Mi-.-: (••(.(•y! kVilsnii .^fi' i;aiiiii v .i;!i .Mi-.:. .'.Iiader. i alied 'Ul itie Simmons Snti- tiulld (i! tile Pi.r--! ••• •'' ' r' . ' . ' l,.iy!!iiia Siii!-.s l 'hrii "iailn.aii | .Mr •'l-,-;Mi\ liMLviu ; .'ti;:-' iii.;ii,l in i;lie I ui' e; iicrii. loia. ..i-iii.ii> v.'i;:; .IS assist iJii; I'liiloiiiiinii.in .-V.'JUeeliuv; ipUiid of ' le cliuich '• home,or .,;/s. Mis.s IC.sllier .hostess. MiHs Itiiby Slit!'-, was the devotional leader and .Miss Slillicent Yoorhees was in cbariieoi tlie lesson. UeTreshnKlits wen' served ilnrjng a social hour. Others present were; ".'^liss Christine Troutwinc. Miss I'.ora Smith. Miss Garnet cjise. ."Miss Irene I)or, it.v. .Miss I'.cairiue .Mc.Murray. Miss .lufla Irwin. .Mis.v Franee.s Kaymon, Mrs. Arlliur Shannon", .Mrs. Horace 'Francis ami! .Mrs. Flori-nee Held- iriK.. • • • ' r.jiti>rtains Willi; i.arjre Uinner -Mr.s. .If. If. rtiiRers nf Colony cu- iertaiiied with p cafeteria dinner . on Thanksgiving day with tweiity- ei>!hl per.sons. indndinp twelve KrandchiJdren and four Kreat Krand'children. present. Afl«»r dingier Rroii)) jiietures were taken for youvenirs of the hai'P.v oc'asion. The following puests w-t-re present: Mrs. llaitru .l.,ineback and daughter of <'ol^ny;' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lineliack and family of r.urueif. Mr. ami Mrs. C. E. Fnl- to^ and family. .Mr. and Mris. Estel AVhitaker and, family: Mr. ; and Mrs. Burton Poweis and ' family and Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. Fnlton of lola: Mr. awf Mr.s. AViley HoRer.^ and family. -Mrs..Alice Moriran' dnd Messrs. Floyd and I..tiyal Fulton,>of Jfortlicott, Kansas. s;'.-nt Siuulay j F.lfl • I\ren:-r. ;>;!-. I". Ill !:i;mi.. ;• ii; Wedius- I i:..-.- V. i'l- M, lyij'i- .Virbo!-:. • Mr-, i" s !;•••. Hid-!': and eailflren ei" 1 ' °. H'' li-.u -d:n- afler- ':ei-.', will V--. Uii.'-'ili M'.lleiiry. S. '.: I'v:!' •>;•• I lu-: M Taur- il;iy a:v! i-"v!d:iy if t.'iis week: ~, C. Vi'-. lUdM- a-ir. S. •an -lid, .i :;•„. \V. ('. V. .(-. I'ri lay inoruiu- at lliie • I'!' .Mr- C. (). U'lHiasrer in KC BAKING POWDER Same overdSymm USE LESS THAN OP HTCHrat PRICED BRANDS Wat PHee$? THE'GOVERNMENT USED MUXIONS OFsPOimOSi ••-ll FIRST WITH PROGRESSIVE \ SERVICE ' * The Register Announces the Purcli-se iDf Exclusive Rights in this City From the ' ( hiviffo THbuiie of THE ADVERTISING SERVICE l^;*^^^ T% aiinotmcesftheTgreafest forward step in advertising service^ever taken by a publication^in tfcds city, i Tke World's Greatest Newspaper Ajdver^aig Service is now; yours. You can use tbe-same tigh^ade of artwork, illustrations and cuts, the eame fine copy and layouts wkick advertisers use in tke Chicago Tribune; but in a form specially adapted to yotir particular needs in this particular town! Think of having your ch6ice o£ style and fashion illustrations that are up to ihe latest split-second smartijiess, borders and headings-o£ force and punch; campciigns on any and ev^ry i business, that have first been proven and tebted for pulling jwwer. _ where else can you ofcteiin this service;" nowhere else has anything 2Q5jroael^ixgAitieen dcvi^ to We have secured the exclusive" lOLA ngritBrro tnw new and better advertising service aft^ an investigation covering every axtgl« o£ newspaper advertising. An<f we selected^ tkis service because it is tlke .prodtxct ofike country's foremost artists-and advertising men. In contact witk-feiailadvezTtisieirs and tacked ty the resoxxeceS 'of tiiie CKicago Tribune, these starsiof-the retail advertising field are producing a ikcw kind of advertising, i >ased *on 80tuid -«princtpie» of .ztdvertising, empioyingvtlie-fondamientals of success- hA sditing»arboted in -tbe psycWogy of mal^^tieaiders-^spond. , Adverfisin^ znatier ^eo^fically prepoge^tjtKtKtOTriaTm er, much, of wbidi.ifl proven and teate^heiote it is offered ; to9K»Xrii»:nattitadly better ativertiigittg ited the mm n hint "n^hn ririi n This '^aper it secures better results. Thus, we insure for you each time you advertise, the maximum amount of pulling power obtainable from our columns. The time is not far distant when all; newspapers vt^ill realize that mercha;nts want to be sold results i«o.stead of white space. 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