Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 4, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 4, 1933
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TQLA; KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 4.1938 PAGE THREE . Miss-Wanda; Winters and Miss Irene Corr visited Sunday with Miss ^i^ters's parents, Mr. aind Mrs, WiUlam Winters, in Savonburg. ••t Mrs. T Klinginsmith is recovering from an attack of Influenza. Mrs^ Jess Benson left Satyrday 'evening for a visit with lier parents, Mr. arid Mrs. N. W. Bass, iri EI- JDorado. j : —See new Ijeauty—coal and wood , ^nge. Also real furniture bargains. •Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Wash. ^ Mr. and Mrs. H. L. W^ilson, who ^ave been viisiting Mrs. Wilson's [ earents, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Smith ^t LeRoy i and with relatives and , friends in ^^Harpe and loja the past •fen days, I will return btpmorrow to ! their home in Saliria.' :i Joe Crow of Walnut hap accepted position! as baker for the Otten jBakery, and began his work there fest week. I He will bring his wife «nd their son Bobbie Joel here in a ./ft!|v days. ; Miss Hazel Knoles returned to her j .»"brk at the Style shop Monday j morning after being confined to her 1 -bed by illness about, four days. j : Harness Repairing and Oiling: : Auto Tops and Glass | : Parnitnre and Antomobiie .^Upholstering , Mrs. Uoyd Maloney is ill with influenza. ; Dr. E. C. Cannon returned Monday from i a business trip to Kansas City.. HEIGELE'S Harness and Auto Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 ; Miss Helen Logan, who lias been . i guest-of her father, C. M. Logan, during the, holidays, returned Monday to Wiciilta where she is a physical training instructor in the Wichita North high school. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Parkjiurst and j their sons Robert and Dannie were /^-dinner guests Sunday evening, of Mr. and Mrs. William Manion at Humboldt. I ? Mr. and JMrs. C. S. Bishop: and their daughter Miss. Ruth silent 'Sunday at Chanute as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clj-de Bishop. Clvde Bishop is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.'Bishop. ^FQR SALE: Double barrell .20- Bjiuge shotgun. Would trade.for pigs o|- calves. 'Phone 962F2. ; ' Mr. and. Mrs. B. M. Gregoii- went to Lawrencb yesterday for ,a \Tsit With relatives. • They wiU^ return tonight or toinorrow. ' iMrs". Chesley McConnell and Mrs. Clyde Bishop of Chanute, visited tdday with , Mrs. McConnoU's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dugan. apd with Mr. and Mrs;,C. S. Bishop. Mrs. George Busley went to Kan- i sas City yesterday to spend the re- ! mainder of the week with relatives. —Appropriate service at price moderation. Waugh Funeral Home. Miss Dorothy Meliza, an instructor in the lola high school, returned Sunday from an over-Christmas visit with her sister Miss Fern Meliza and her brother Earl Meliza, ^ho live north of'LaHarpe. Mrs. C. B. Elder, who has been visiting her son W. D. Elder and- his family the past two weeks, will re- j ;turn this evening to her home in Maplewood, Mo. Wayne Archer and Cedrlc Willson made a business trip to Fort Scott yesterday. i WANJTED—200 NEW ACCOUNTS The iar)rest stock of living room, dining room and bedroom furniture in!Allen county. Entire furnishings for your home at tempting prices. Terms. Delivery. I W. H.I WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phon 190 M. A. Hart, who has been serious- I ly ill the past two weeks at the home i of his daughter Mrs. H. B. Kessing; er, is now able to be up. I Mr. and Mrs. Paiil Colson and their daughter Betty Lou returned Mcinday evening from McCook, Neb., where they have ijeen guests of Mrs. Colson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Moore the past week, Mns. J. c. Woodin returned Tuesday to her home in Wichita after an ovei-night visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cook., Her sister Mrs. Howard: Beardsley and her nephew Robert Beardsley of Long Beach. Calif., who liave been visiting in the Cook home, accompanied her to Wichita. —Hone.sty has always been and always will be the l?est 'policy. Sleeper Mortuary. { Miss Margaret Doyle 1 visiting her grandparcn JMi-s. L. M-. Bvington, wi of Tola. iirs.T. M. Slack Is quite lU with bronchial pDeumonia. Mrs. R. I. Mather went to Topeka today to be with her mother Mrs. M. R. Day, who is Ul. Miss Edna l)iomas of Tulsa visited her mother Mrs. J. M. Thomas over the week-end. Improve Your Cooking .Use. FAIRMONT'S . Pasteurized Milk. Cream. Cottage Cheese and Bnttennilk. Call .91 for House Delivery or ask yonr grocer Mrs. Charles Lane, who underwent a major deration two weeks ago at St. John's ^ hospital in Leavenworth, is much' improved and will be permitted to leave the hospital January 18. L. A. Tweedy, who Has been seriously Hi the past three months, is able to be out again. Miss Vivian Riggs returned Monday noon from Independence, Mo., where she has been a guest in the home of her sister Mrs. E. E. Epling during the hoUdays." While there .she visited her sister. Miss Elizabeth Riggsi a patient at the Bell Memorial hospital in Kansas City^nd reports her sliglitly improved. / GOOD USED TIRES We have a lot of good used tires in various sizes, traded in on new Generals. Priced right and with terms. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff. Phone 80 BRITAIN'S GOLD REACHES U. S. ^4 Millionaires, theoretically, for a minute are these workmen, for they are possessors of $15,000,000 in gold which came into New; York on the liner Majestic. But they soon got rid of the money. It w-as part of Great Britain's war debt payment to the United States. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Davis of Fredonia attended the funeral of Mr. Davis's aunt Mrs. Elias Bruner which was lield yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson returned Monday from Weeping Water, Neb., where they have been spending the holidays with Mrs. Anderson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole. They were met in Hiawatha by Mrs. C. A. Swiggett and her son Loraine, who brought them here. George Kettle, who underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix early this morning at St. Jolm's hospital, is in a critical condition, according to his physician. Mr. Kettle resides on a farm jiorth- east of lola. r I of Rose Is s Mr. and olive west IFi-ed Ni:^on has retunied from CoKan, Okla.. wliere lie spent a few , . d4y^^with jhls mother Mrs. J. H.; : RIcstabaugh,. who is HI. r>ELF SERVICE GROCERY Prunes, 3 pounds J5(: BS^sins, 4 pounds 29c Afeal, 24 pounds ..25c Poplar Flour, 48 pounds 69c Pptatoes, peck 19c BfTsns, G pounds 19c Mrs. R. G. Perry of Kansas City spent the week-end with Mr. Perrj', n.ssistant manager of the Great At- I lantic and Pacific Tea company. Mrs. F., A. Quintard, who has t>een quite ill with pleurisy for a week, is slowly improving, her daughter Mrs. P. A. Temple said today. Arc You One of Our Satisfied Customers? R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE 115 West St.—Phofle 389 CALL 404 For Mill Work : Doors. Windows, Sash and Glass lOLA PLANING MILL : "If a^ade of Wood. We Make It" : f 404 North Street iAv. and, Mrs. Roy Ashcr and their dajighter Hdlen, and Mr; arid Mrs. JoKn Hurd of Kansas City .were gu^^s Sunday and Monday of Mr. •Asiier's uncle and aunt Mr. and j Miti.'G. H. Chapriian. vMr. and Mrs.. Elsw-orth ; Walters and their children, who have been guests of their cousin Miss Carrie Walters the past week, returned today to their home in Plainville. Mrs. Colleen Call, Instructor in the Elm Creek sclvool, was able to resume her work Monday, after being confined to heri home by illness during the holidays. i W."F. E. krause proprietor ot the ; Mrs. O. H. Matney arid her daugh- i Kraoise hotel and cafe, who has i J;er Betty Jean Matney. who have bc-eri>ill since Pridav, is reported in | been quite HI with the flu, are now \ a critical condition todav. i "l^le to be out again. a critical condition today. Mr;-, and Mrs. J. i. Parkhlu^t. whqf live weSt of towi. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles i A;! Kohler and.their son Charles Jr., of Moran. and: Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Parkhurst „and;tiieir sons Robert and Dannie of tola, at dinner New Year's day. '—•Dr. W. Diagni P. Hull. Osteopath and | losticilan. Phone 120. ' M.'Ss Ne\ja McMarinus, Miss Clai- ; liomeC Maurice Hall, and Roland ' Friboth. eri route from their homes in Wichita to the Ottawa university, stopped in lola Sunday cvenins -for. a ibrief visit with Mr. Priboth's aunt Mrs. W. J. E\'ans. Mrs; Charles Kohler, who rciidi\s south |of Moran. was a guest Tuesday of her sister. Mrs. J. L. Parkhurst '^nd 'her family. MtiiS Hester Walters, who is' lu training at St. .Francis hosiiilal. Wtchi6i, sjwnt New Year's with her mothey Mrs. A. J; .Walters and her brothei-s John and Charles Walters. Mfss Walters, returned to Wichita Monday evening to continueho trainirig which slic wiU'l com|)letL' this spring.. OTTEN'S BREAD Pound Loaves, double, : sliced or plain- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McGinnis, who have been ill with the flu since Saturday, are reported better today. Sen'ices will be held at 7:30 this evening at the Church of God, First and . Neosho, according to Miss Frieda Neuenschwander. W. R. Murphy of Pratt will be the speaker. Tlie general public is invited to attend. Frederics Vita Tonic Permanent Wave Spiral on Croquignole Method —S5.00 Complete- Frederics Ultra Violet Ray Scalp Treatments—$1.00 i including Shanipoo and Finger Wave Catherine .4nn Beauty Shop 17'?- W. Mad.—Phone 494 Dr. H. G. Mathis.; formerly pastbr of the First Presbyterian^ church of lola but now at Great Bend, passed tlirough lola this afternoon on his way home frorh Chanute where he had been called to conduct the funeral services of one of his former parishoners, Mrs. J. M. Massey; which was held at ten o'clock this morning. Dr. Mathis was accompanied by Harold E. Allison, one ot his Great Bend friends. Dr. and Mrs. George Lambeth and their daughter. Mary Bell returned last evening from Shelbyville, Ky., where they liave been guests of Mrs. Lambeth's father, sisters and other relatives during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Byron Hendrickson went to Chanute Sunday for a few da>-5' visit with relatives. Mrs. Lydia Da\'is and her grand- 1 son Bill. Buttram, Mrs. Florence' Longshore, and the Rev. N. L. Vezic drove to LaCygne this morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vezie. Tom Vezie is a brother of Mrs. Davis and of the Rev. Mr. Vezie. Hal Jones returned last evening to his home in Billings, Okla., after attending the funeral of his aunt Mrs. Elias Bruner. His mother. Mrs. Etta Jones, who accompanied him here, remained for a visit with relatives. A record breaking crowd of not only Mickey Mouse club members but adults as well was on hand to witness the second of a series of bicycle races held in "front of the Tola theater last Saturday afternoon. The winners of the four races were Mickey Mouse members ErneSt Morris, Walter Cox. RoUand Caler, and Olin Allen. Four more races held next Saturday at 1p.m. The first of the three bicycles being given away by ' Fryer brothers grocery. City oil company, and the lola milling company was won by Dewey Allen Peck who had a total of 120,800 votes. The next bicycle will be given away January 21. New .Mickey Mouse club membership cards were given out at last Saturday's meeting. Have you got yours yet? If not be sure to get them next Saturday and do not lose them as there will be a 5-cent fine if you lose yours and have to get it replaced. Nominations for new officers will be in order at our next meeting. All niembers wishing to be an officer should get busy and arrange for someone to place their names on the list of nonilnations. The election will be held the following week. Look at what we are going to show you next Saturday. Jack Holt in the Sporting Age, a picture full of polo games and fast riding Jack Holt as the great polo player. Krazy Kat in all his glory in a nfew picture entitled: Hollywood Goes Krazy. Chapter 5 of Jungle Mystery, the thrilling serial and a sports feature entitled Desert Regatta, and all of this for the amazing price of 5 cents to Mickey Mouse members who have their new Mickey Mouse club membership cards and can present th'em at the box office. Girard—W. S.-^Pate of Walriut, Kas., says the number "13." does not bother him, and just .to prove it purchased a motor car tag bearing the-; number yesterday after Charles Evc*itt. treasurer, had made several unsuccessful attempts to sell it. A woman purchased the tag, but noticing the figure after she had left the;building, returned and demanded another number. NEWSOFLAMRPE Mr. and Mrs. Hartzog Entertained By Mr. and Mn. George Roe on Eishty-Fonitb Birthday. (Beverlj^ Mallory)" LAHARPE, Jan. 4—Friends from here attended the funeral of George Malcolm ^Tuesday afterhoon at the Sleeper chapel in lola. Mr. Malcolm had many friends in this community and will be sadly missed. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wicks and daughter. Butlei'v Mo., are here at the home of Mrs. Wicks's parents, Mr. and Mrs. CVias. Denton, to attend the funeral of Ricl^ard Denton. Mrs. Ri L. Grfeer is confined to her b^ with sinus trouble. Mr. ind Mrs. R. W. Armstrong, Ralph and Fred, Moran, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swisher, Independence. Kas., and Mrs. P.'H. McCoy, Moran. were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. bougherty. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald and family drove to Parsons New Year'.s day to visit Mrs. McDonald's brother and fanrily. Mr. Hutchinson,. Tola, was in town demonstrating the new Plymouth Tuesday afternoon. Mr; arid Mrs. Henry Denton and family. Garland. Kas.. ' who have been visiting here at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Denton and Mr. and Mrs, McDonald will renialn until after the funeral of their nephew, Richard Denton. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Martin drove to LeRoy New Year's day to visit Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Cooksey and family. . Mrs. Dick Shorter has returned from Bronson where she was caring for her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Mefford. who was ill with influenza: Mr. and Mrs. George Roe and family had as their guests Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hartzog, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Inman. in honor of Mr. Hartzog's and Mr. Inman's 84th, birthdays and the twelfth birthday of Billy Roe. A large cake'centered the t&ble. All received corigratulations and the liest wishes for many more happy birthdays, Mr. Cummings, Concordia. Kas.. was in town on business Tuesday afternoon. Miss Catherine O'Shaughnessy left Sunday to resume her studies at Friends university, Wichita, after spending the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. O'Shaughnessy and other relatives and friends. Cecil P^ttit returned Sunday :to' his work in Oklahoma City. Okla., after a week's visit with his mother. Mrs. Effie Pettit and other relativea* NSWERS R ICHAKD the LION-HEART- EP was a PLANTAGENET. VIENNA. AUSTRIA, operates 64,000 apartment houses for over 200,000 workers. The map sUovi-n is ECUADOR. STONY POINT Jan. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. Snider and daughter Emma and Jlmmle tiOW- ary all spent Sunday at Earl Snider's. Tom Ireland has been quite sici: the last week. A doctor from Bronson was called to see him. Dale Thomas is also quite sick at the Tom Ireland home. They both have the flu. Au.stln McParland lind family took dinner Sunday at J. O. Lemon's. Myler Harclerodo and family and Park Caldwell and family and Mrs. Grace Stewart and two girls are all having a. siege of the flu. Otis Ireland Is home off the road ths week helping care for l\is father who is quite sick. Mrs. Cora Hamilton and daugh­ ter j^erthle, Mfs.' Myrtle. Marrs a^d daughttir, arid Miss Myrtle Denfili and llehe Heckenllable all spent Thursday at George Broughtori's;; : E^^ijean Harclerode and Uttlo hepl^ew Harland Harclerode. vlslCcd part t of last week In Parsons. V I Mfi and Mrs. Fred Broughtoh .tof Kansas City, M6., Lloyd Broughtoi^. and ;famfly all spent Monday at. George Broughton's. ! Clarence Hamilton and family spent Sunday at John Broughtorfs. •, Auston McFarland sawed " Wo6d (or Mr. Davis Wednesday on the Dunkerton farm: - > : Corinne Berry visited her auut, Mrs. Carl Heckenllable part of last week; (k. C. Journal-Post, Jan. 3.) >. VIEWS and PREVIEWS BY; LOWELL LAWRENCE Olathe—Applicants from 24 states in the union obtained, marriage licenses here during 1932, records In the office of Vernon K. Campbell^ probate judge, show^ Judge Campbell issued a, total of 1.224 licenses, only 103 less than in 1931 the record year for the office. New Crepes Big .shipment of New Silk Mixed Crepes Just Received • Guaranteed Fast to Wa.shing. Beautiful new; figured and flowered designs in small and large patterns. .Theoretically speaking, the^ , new year Is getting off to an^ - auiplclous start. The m6st?; i heartening sign is the remark-; ! able business at the Midland ] theater. Contrary to the ex— j pectatlons of movie critics and: i riiahyshouTnen, "Strange Inter-.. ; lude" is drawing nothing less', i than phenomenal attendance.- j It'will establish a record lor the^ j theatei- both in attendance arid* : receipts before the close of its^ ; exclusive first-run Thursday. '• '. Friday, its opening day here,. ! 11,700 persons saw "Strange In-; terlude." The theater was pack-; ; ed^at ievery performance Satur-' day. It was necessary to call- , pohce to help handle the crowd.\ , In one hour, between 8 Mid 9 i o'clock; Satimiay night, the' l>ox; .office sold 2,700, tickets. Sun-; day arid Monday there was-not ; one vacant seat at any perform-" anee and hundreds of persons packedj the lobby and waited in"! ; line at| the box office. That's, \ business the like- of which is: rarely Iseen. •- \ There is a virtual stampede to' see it. • The star appeal of Nor-; ma: Shearer and Clark Gable,: the public's curiosity in the. i widely discussed Eugene O'NelU* | play and the sex ariglei of the • production probably hold the; ; explanation. ' ' -SEE"Strange Interlude'^ THE ATI NOW PLAYING 2:15—7:15—9:20 T neToDacco thisYf may be s hort but that can't affect Chesterfield — why? sing'lc. "STRANGE INTERLUDE" Opens a 3-Day Engagement Today : - For sale at your G|rocer or at the Bakery, 211 N. Jeff.—Phone 805 = •-1--"-i'---i Misses Gladys and Binlali Um- plircy and Mrs. Oakley Conard returned: Monday night to ftheir home in Kansas City after a [short visit with their grandfather.! W. F. E. -Krause. who is critically ill. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Umphrey ^and their brotheir Clarence Uniphrey who accompaiied them here, remained for a lodger stay. Tlirofigh a . tjTJograplllcal error, i two items appeared in thb: local col- i umns o^ The Register yesterday telling of trie plans of W. RJ McGinnis. proprie?or of the Kozy Kpve cafe, to nioVe it to a location in the building under tiie Palace Hotel February 1. one of* the items said the cafe would ^e moved to 117 West street, and the other to 119 Weststre'dl. a location occupied now by the Wil- liamsorf tire:'shop. The former is correct.^ Eugene CNeiU's PuUtzer Prize play comes to the lola theater as a Metro-Goldwyri-Mayer production, starring Norma Shearer and Clarke GablBi LIBERTY (Florcnt J. Heiman.i Jan. 2.—Mr. arid Mrs. John Harris visited Monday at the George Wilson home. ' ; Visitors at the Gene Flsk home Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Dahl and children of Bartles- \-ille, Okla., Mrs. Lee White of Parsons. Mrs. Peter I>ahl. MT; arid Mrs. Harold Lucas and children and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl: of Savonburg. Mr. and; Mrs. Art Townsend and baby. Shirley Thyeon, of LeRoy, sjjent New I Year's day at the parental Georfije jWilson home. l\Tr. and Mrs. .Thomas Lynch of south of iPiqua, visited Thursday evening at! the W. V. Wilson home. Homer Cox has been 1.11 of the flu the past week, but Is Improved at present. Miss" Agatha Hclman of Piqua. visited at the Wm. Helnum homt Sunday. An item misplaced from those oi last week—Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Sicka and baby, former residents of this neighborhood, visited at the W. C. Johnson home Christmas,day. Frankie Sicka, who has Ijcen suffering with the flu the past two weeks, is Improved so that he is able to attend to the regular farm duties while his father, Prank Sicka, who is seriously ill of the flu at i)resent, is taking his tUrn at the fireside. Those who called on Mi-s. W. C. Johnson, who is still confined to her bed most of the time, the past week were: Mrs. Bob Reynolds. Mrs. Chas. West and daughter, Marj-. Mrs. Chris Jensen, Mrs. Arlie Kiimey, Mrs. H.'H. Benton. Mrs. P. S. Heath. Mrs. Conger, and Mrs. Bill McClanahan of lola. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McDanicl and baby also called Thursday evening.; Lloyd McDaniel sawed wood for H. H. Benton and W. J. Johnson Saturday. Ray Wilson has equipped his truck with a dump bed and has been hauling gi-avel for the towrtship east of the river the past few days. Mrs. Ray Wilson and sons. Who arc ill of the flu. are staying at; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Townsend, this week, i f I Production of tobacco$ usable for cigarettes or " roll your oven."U. S. crop (average, 5 years, 1927^1) . 1,0914265,750 lbs. U. S. crop (Govt, estimate, 1932) ... 75^1,601,000 B>g. Estimated siiortage, 1932 crop . . 339,664,750 lbs. rhildren's Colds •yield quicker; to double action:of STAINLESS r.ovj ;f yc-j p .-rfer The manufacturer of good cigarettes does not depend on any one year's crop. He knows that to keep up the quality of his brand, he bas to carry on hand at all times a large stock of the right kinds of tobacco frpm several years' crops. - The domestic tobaccos are kept in large hogsheads, each containing about 1000 pounds, and are allowed to age for two full years —in other words, nature's method of curing the tobaccos. Something like ageing wine. Lijigetl & Myers has about four and a half miles of warehouses u.«cd for storing leaf tobacco, to make sure that its products are uniform and are as good as can be made. To do this requires a great deal of money—for example, there is invested in the domestic and Turkish tobaccos for Chesterfield Cigarettes over $75,000,000. Smokers can be assured, regardless of the crop conditions, that Chesterfield mil be absolutely uniform—the same yesterday, today, at all times. The cigarette that's milder—the cigarette that ustes better! ' 1 people know it © 1933. LiGCBTT & Mvm TOBACCO CO,

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