Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 6, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 6, 1933
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TOLA. KANSAS H; R . Porter returned today from n two-day business trip to Copeland. Mrs. Glen Edwards returned to ' her i work | at Penney's Tlnirsday morning after being confined to her homfe by ill^iess since; Saturday. ' —Ask your grrocer for the 5c loaf of IJellcIous Bread, or the 10c loaf of Enner-Jee 'Bread, made by the lola IBakerjf. - Miss Manion Enfield and John Ulses Jr. of Kansas City visited over New Year's with Mr. Ulses's parents, • Mr. rind Mrs. John Ulses. FAIRMONT ICE CREAM j In^antanebusly your tongue detects the richness of flavor and smoothness of texture that have m aid e Fairmont's' Ice Creani outstanding among desserts. - IndiTidnal Molds for ; Holiday Parties Harold Weber, who resides north of town, is ill with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herbst returned Wednesday to their home in Wichita after a two-day visit with Mrs. Herbst^s uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Flelsher. Miss Katherine Kerr accompanied them home for a few days' stay. Fresh Line of Cakes for Your Sunday Dinner Cocoanut Macaroons. Chop Suey Rings. Cream Puffs, Coffee Cakes, Ent Hearties. Pecan Rolls, Butter Rolls. Doughnuts, Cookies, etc. iOLA BAKERY 120 E. Jackson—Phone 502 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith returned Wednesday evening from Everton. Mo., where they have spent the past two weeks with Mr. Smith's , i mother. Mrs. Martha Smith, and I with other relatives and friends. Miss Dorothy Humes and Miss •Riith Thormann went to Garnett Thursday afternoon to be 'week-end guests ipf friends. '1" —U;idivided attention to Funeral Service. Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. R. W.. Harry and her daugh- THE IOLA DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6. 1933. ;Mrsi Jesse Chase is her home by illness. confined to —January Sfore-Wlde Clearance j Sale offering nnusnal values in every \ department. Ramsays. j Mr. and Mrs. Avery Sherman and; their son Jerry, who have been: the i guests of Mrs. Sherman's mother. Mrs. J. T. Long and her family, and of Mr. Sherman's parents, Mr. and iter Marjorie will spend Saturday in!"' f^; „" =1 u , 'Kansas City ;Mrs. H. H. Sherman, during the hol- .SPECIAL Week-end Special on Cut Ptoses 98c Dozen Cash Only IOLA GREE !«niOU .SE Phone 104 . C. C. Kile, manager of t'he' local j Fairmont Creamery company, returned today from a trip to Tulsa-: idays, returned Tuesday to their home in Grand Palls, Texas. The: condition of W. P. E. Krause, proprietor of the Krause hotel and cafe, iwho has been quite ill the past week, is grave today. —Clbse-6ut Prices! Circulators, wood : and combination heaters. Trgde in old. Curtis', 10 N. Wash. Carolyn Edwards has returned from Moran where she visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Edwards during the holidays. Miss Amy .Jones of the Williams Typewriter company was in Yates Center yesterday on business. -^CORY'S TAXI. Phone 410. Day and Nl^ht Service. Miss Ruth/O'Neal is recovering from a bad, attack of the flu at St. John's hospital. J. M. Olberding and his son Leonard of ElDorado visited over New Year'p with Mr. Olberdihg's brothers. J. D. Olberdtag and his family, and H. B. Olberding, and Mrs. Olberding. FILING SUPPLIES Transfer Storage Files Card Indexes and 'ncklers Manila Tab Index. Guides Board Clip Files Manila Folders Letter Flies Williams Typewriter^ Co. 113 W. Madison Herbert Brown went to Virgil today on business. He will return tonight, f PAGE THREE HONEYMOO^RS* HAVEN iLoST IN $1,000,000 HOTEL FIRE CALL 404 For Mill Work Doors. Windows, Sash and Glass IOLA PLANING MILL "If Made of Wood, We Make It" 404 North Street . —Choice of 50 Hats; velvet: felt, metallic, and softies, 49c each, Edwards Millinerv, Mrs. H. B. Olberding, who has been quite ill with influenza th^ past week, is now able to be out "of bed and about the a while each day. The lola Land company moved today from its location at 9^4 East i Madison to the building formerly occupied by the lola Abstract company. 106 South Jefferson, which has been remodeled and redecorated, C. M. Funk, proprietor, announced today. FAI'LTLESS ELECTRIC WASHERfc, ; New Shipment! FREE— 3 handy roll-a-tubs with each' purchase of a Bonded Fault- Washer during January. ' Ea.s^ Payments. Tryout. W. n. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202; S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Old entertained Mr. arid Mrs. J, G. Hubbard, at dinner Wjednesday evening. . —Just arrived, new THOR, $49.50, at Radio Service Shop. Miss Billie Lanfcrman. who has been confined to her bed the past week, able to be out Wednesday for the first time since her ill- iiess. . • 1 SELF SER\1CE GROCERY :• i Cigarettes, 2 packages 27c Cigrarette-i Lighter and can 3 oz. Fluid, all for 39c Chewinsr Gum, 3 for •. 10c The Rev. and Mrs. A. V. Howland i and their daughter Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hicks visited Thvers- day with friends in Wichita. —Special prices on Potted Plants, lola Greenhouse. Phone 104.- C. A. Gafney, traveling auditor for i the Santa Fe of .Chariute,! was in I tow-n Wednesday and Thursday on I business. Mrs. R. C. Nichols arrived yesterday from San Mateo, Calif., called by the critical illness of her mother, Mrs. F. C. Green. NEWS OF MILDRED >nidred Friends Saddened by Death . of Mrs. Erve Kincald. a Resident: of Kincaid Many Years. MILDRED, Jan. 5.—Friends here were saddened by' the death of Mrs. Er\'e Kincald who passed away at her home in Kincaid Sunday evening. Tlie Kincalds jcame to Kin­ cald In 1885 and have since • resided there, and Mr. Kincald conducted the mercantile business there that is now conducted by Fred Glbbs until ill health, compelled jhlm to retire from active business. He passed away a few years agoi Mrs. Kincaid was a sister of the late Ira Housel. She was a good woman and will "be preatly missed by her family and her many friends. Emmett and Valeda Thompson ; spent New Year's at Sam Ewlng'3 , in Kincaid. j John Williams iind family called I at John Bacon's in ELsmore Sunday; \ Mrs. Donoho and Fred Head and ! family of- Xenia spent Sunday at i Joe Farmer's. i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colgin and family visited her parents at Colonjf week. ' Tom Lewis and family and Scott Brown and family spent New Year's with relatives in Chanute. Mr. and Mrs. •"Bunt" Warren of ilola called at Lena Sinclair's Sun: day evening. Albert Irwin visited his brother at Coffcj'ville during the holidays. Jay Dismang speint Sunday at The Clifton Hotel at Niagara Falls, Ontario, haven of thousands of honeymooning couples from all over Xiic continent, was destroyed in a miUlon-doUar fire. The hotel faces the Falls on the Canadian side. It will be rebuilt. The above picture was made as the flames were raging beyond control, and the doom of the honeymoon ^ Wai'ter iRodrock's haven, was ahready sealed. ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Worst of Kansas. City- have been visiting at John Ju.stice's —Dr. John L. Parkhurst, Dentist, X-ray diagnosis. Mittelbach Bldg. Phone 303. Mrs. J. S. Turner, proprietress of the Turner Millinery, who has been confined to her home by illness for several weeks, is reported somewhat improved today. George Kettle, who underwent a serious operation early Wednesday morning at St. John's hospital. Is a little improved, his physician . said today. • FOR SALE: Double liarrell .20- gauge shotgun. Would trade for pigs or calves. Phone fl62Fa. Mrs. P. C. Green, who is critically ill, was taken to the Johnson hosr pital in Chanute this afternoon for examination. I The following Santa Fe officials I were in town yesterday on business: j A. L. Hatfield, trainmaster of Em- I poria; and Frank Wood, general I transportation inspector of Topeka. DANCE M. W. A. HALL Saturday Night, Jan. 7 Music by Rhythm Rollickers Admission 50c Tlie follQwing out of town rela- ; tjves attended the funeral rites i Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. John j Boling: Miis. Carrie Hardesty. Burlington; Mi-, and Mrs. Jeff Hooper, Nevada, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blx- ler of Walsh,, Colo:; Mr. and Mrs. Lester BoMnk. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. ] Boling and'their daughter, and Mrs. • Ing at St. John's hospital. Limes _of Kansas City; and Mrs. Hattie Grimslev of Eldorado Springs. Mo. Roy Alumbaugh of Bayard underwent a major operation this mom- • MONT McKINNEY , . GROCERY and MARKET : Everyday .Prices on Merchandise : Fresh Spijiach: 3 lbs. .25c : : 2 large Head Lettuce ....... 15c : : Fancy Green Beans, lb I5c : ; Cauliflower, small. White, lb. 20c : •"Earsnips. ,per lb 3c : : Turnips, 7 lbs .10c : -Carrots. 2 bunches ..... 15c : : Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs 14c : ^ • Leaf Lettuce, per lb lOo : : Grapefruit. Seedless, 6 for .. .25c : TTangarincs, per doz. 2qc : : .Celery, large bunches 15c : -.Yellow Onions, per lb .W : 4 • Bananas: golden yellow, 3 lbs. 2Qc : ' - Snare RibsL 2 lbs 1 .1c : Pig Tails, 2-lbs 15c : • Pork Sausage, (you will j : . like Itv, ^2 lbs. -15c : : Hamburger; all meat. 2 : • ismall Link, Sausage, lb IQc : : Calf .Tongues, per lb IQc : : Pig Ears, per lb ; Ejc : • Pig- Snouts: ner lb. ..: 5c : • Pork Liven 2 lbs: 15c : : Hearts, per lb. .< .Sc : • Loin Pork per lb. ..'...9c : : Peanut Butter.! fresh. 3 lbs...231c : Mrs. Floyd/ Smith and infant daughter returned home today from St. John's hospital. —Your guarantee our reputation. Sleeper Mortuary. Mrs. Phila Trout and Mrs. George J. Trombold returned yesterday from Kansas City where they have been guests of their cousin. Mrs. Charles Robinson, and Mr. Robinson. Mrs. Robinson accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster of Ottawa were guests Thursday of their daughter, Mrs. Wa>-ne Taylor and her family. WE REPAIR FURNACES : Guns, washing machines, tanks, : : tubs, stoves, roofs, eave troughs :. : and spouting. New bottoms In : : boilers, tea kettles and buckets. : Anvthlng made or repaired. : Prices Reasonable. : WALTER ARNDT'S : Tin and Sheet Metal Shop : Phone 720 212 South St. : Mr. and Mrs. Ben Horton and their children of Pittsburg -will be rtcmuK jjjcoii. J iu.-).. .^^v- -Lprugsts Sundav of Mr. Horton's par'• Grlsco, 3-lb. can' 57c • i —'-^ ••" " —^ • Choice Country Butter, lb:...24c : '• Kraut Juice, No. 2'i c&n.:. ..15c : • Bliss Coffes. vacuum j '• ;.packed. TSej lb. 25,c : : Maxwell Hpuse Coffee, lb....32c : • Economv Soap, 6 bars • ^^'^ '• • Magic Washer, large pkg. .. .2qc : • Toilet Paper., large roll Sc : • Macaroni. :7-oz. pkg., 6 for..23,c : • poehler Catsup. 14-oz. bottle l|c : Mustard, quart jar — 15c : • Mixed Nuts, per lb •••V^ ' • Hard Candy. 3 lbs • • • •Hf*' ' • sheUed Popcorn, 8 lbs. 25c : • Peanuts, 3-lbs : 2gc : : oats, large:pkg o''','' : • Premium Crackers, 2-lb. pkg. 23c . FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash.—Phone 173 The following members of the local M. W. A. drill team returned Wednesday njoming from Bartles- vjile. where they attended an M.'W. •tA. meeting followed by a rabbit 'feed: Messrs.iHugh Holt, Earl Pepper, James Christy. Lewis Wolf. Park Tidd, Bentley; Miller. Lloyd West, Lloyd Baxley. iJohn Bradshaw, Melvin:Ward, Walter Lane, Sam Bkg- nall, Clayton fKroodhi. Charles Hamill, Marion bflor, Glenn Schaeffer, Roy Stierwalt, I. Stlerwalt, andi L. "Q. Wolf. The Tola team gave an exhibition drili. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. iJ.; Horton, and of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Park. Mrs. Horton is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Park. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Fox and their daughter Lois Mae, who have been guests of Mr. Fox's sister, Mrs. E. W. Le\^•man and her family, left -Wednesday for Rich Hill. Mo., for a v-islt with other relatives before ! returning to their home m Kansas !City. CAR NEEDS . FOR WINTER New Skid-Safe Tires. Battery Re- chai-ged. New Battery. Radiator Cleaned end Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Tuned. Remove Carbon and Grind Valves. Generator and Starter Checked., Adjust Carburetor, Install a Heater, etc. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 The' Register had a pleasant call this mommg from Blon Hutchins Jr., and L. A. Sherwood, both of Independence. Mr. Hutchins is resident engineer for the state highway commission, and Mr. Sherwood is a member of the A. JG. Sherwood Construction company,; and they were on their way to'Kansas City to attend a meeting of the Kansas Contractors association!, CRESCENT VALLEY Jan. 3.—Mr. and M^s. James Heffern and family, Plqua, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry King and family were Sunday dinner guests at the ,John Heiman home. • Miss Clara Hlxon spent the weekend with Doris and Julia Hamm. ' Mrs. A. C. Geffert called on Mrs. Will Wadley Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will KeUey and Ma\is spent Sunday with Mrs. I>avid Cation. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bale and Verdie called at the Robert Hamm home, Wednesday evening. Mr. ahd Mrs. F. L.; Swearingen visited Thiu-sday.evening at the Homer Crook home. Mrs. Robert Hamm and Betty called on Mrs. Elwood Meyers, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Palmer arid Marion were dinner guests -at the V. L. Palmer home, Friday. Mrs. Mildred Newton and Mrs. Frank Doty visited at the Pete Newton home in Bronson, Wednesday afternoon.. Misses Lola Jean and Klva Lynn Strawderman, of lola, visited two days last week at the Guy Bale home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer. Crook attended the David Cation funeral at Leanna, i'riday. Miss Fern Moore and "Mr. Hugh Polman visited Thursday at the F. S. Doty home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wadley spent Sunday at the Will Ballard home, south of Humboldt. Mrs. Belle Adams and lonnle were Tuesday visitors at the Robert Hamm home. Mrs. Guy Bale and Lola Jean Strawderman helped Mis. R. V. Bale Celebrate her birthday Thursday. Mrs. Harold Hume and son of Eureka, and Mrs. Leo Schmidt called on Mr. and Mrs. J. P. WiUhlte Saturday afternoon. ' Mrs. Clyde Wilson, Kansas City, and Miss [Thelma Wadley of Hays, Kas., visltjbd Tuesday at the WUl Wadley home. Mrs. Frank Doty called on Mrs. J. P. Willhite Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Doty and Mildred entertained at New Year's dinner Sunday. Turkey with many other dishes were served. Those who enjoyed the dinner were; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Newton, Bronson; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jewell' and Grandma, Mr. and;Mrs. Bert Clark, Mr. and IVIrs. Arthur Booth and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Ferni Doty and sons of Toronto; Mrs. Leila Harding and Lorotta Lee, Mr. Merle West and Jackie Palmer. . Miss Adeline Geffert called ' on Mrs. Prank Ostrander Saturday afternoon, Misses Margaret and MlldredJ Heffern, Piqua, spent the week-end at the John Heiman home. Mrs. Docia McEwen and grandchildren were Christmas week-end guests at the H. A. Harwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campbell. Westphalia, Mrs.; Maude Campbell and Miss Myrtle Campbell, LaHarpe were Thursday evening guests' at the Will KeUey home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cation visited the Will KeUey home. Have you a hoxise for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? Vae the piassifled columns! NEOSHO VALLEY and UNION (C. L. Arnold) Jan. 5—United Brethren church, lola Circuit. L. A. Stone, pai^tbr. Liberty—Sunday school at 10 a. m. liilly—Sunday school at 10 a. m. and public worship at 11 a. m. Salem— Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m. Public worship 8:15 p. m. And the Lord said unto Moses, Wherefore criest j thou unto me? Speak unto the children of Israel ithat thev go forward. —Ex. 11.15. , George Malcom, whose funeral was conducted by Rev. A. V. Howland at the Sleeper funeral home In lola Tuesday afternoon, came to Allen county from Indiana in 1870. with his parents and other members of the family, when they settled on and improved a tract of land a short distance south of Liberty school This was at a time that George was cro.ssing the line into legal manhood and the forces of his nature would not allow him to be reckoned as a dominant figure in this'stage of his life, but found him alert to the' evplving opportunities of what then was practically a new country. Drouths and chinch bugs were destructively prevalent during the first half of the decade In question: and to make things worse, in the fall of 1874 the grasshoppers came and put the finishing touches on what would have otherwise been a partial failure. In October of this year, Mr. Malcom. in company with Wm. Zink and his family, James Ferguson and family (the two ikgt having farms here). Arthur Valentine, J. P. Arnold and the writer, taking with thenj all movable belongings, made an overland drive to Iowa, expecting to get work. In a year or two all drifted back, feeling we had made an expensive break. So through all of these years we have known Geotge Malcom. Knew his companion who lireceded him in death a year or so before they were married. And while rather remotely separated for a NSWERS dy for immediate use. Those pres- I Mrs. Emere Drury and children- lent for the dinner were the, honor | spent the holidays on the farm with *:iijL' /- ^ V ! Tl r.\.J.-GEN. ! -'r^ TH.^LS I GEO. W. GOE- built the PAN.\M.V CA.NAL. The GULDE.-^ i.s the t:tild moiittary unit of "THE NKTHERLA.NDS. The Geniiuii .« u 1) 111 a r i n i> DKUTSCllI.AND made the jir.-t ramiut-icial tian.satliiiitio trir. uii(i<:i .si/::. guests. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Beahm. Mrs. Gray Spurlin and son Melvin. L.O. Beahm, Herscheli Beahm: the service sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Peck, Wilberta and Dewey Alvin; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peck and son Buford; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peck, Eu- numb^r of years, w^ have met frequently enough that we could keep advised, during the months and the rears he and his wife gradually slid dowTi the' decline of life out of the range of physical vision, but whose names are Indelibly written on the memory of old time friends west of the river, who would not only-show human respect for the deceased, but in this last bereavement offer condolence and sympathy to surviving relatives. The death, on Sunday, of Mrs. Ellas Bruner, again duns the livmg evidences of early day. records arid experiences. But a very few are left who can recall when Mrs. Bruner was ai youthful part of the family home jof E. S. Davis, located on the northeast corner of the body of land now kjnown as the fair grounds, A grist r^ill, and as we .seem to recall, :.a later attachment of a saw mill, were Operated on the bank of the river by E. S. Davis and sons. Still later in the 70's the Davis sons and Elias .Bruner built a dam across the river and ei-ected a water power prist mill near viiere the city power house j now stands, that displaced the fopner mill. The Bruner family had Its residence near this later mill and tlils is where people In biislness contacts with the mill and in passing the home caught the charm of Mrs. Bruner's active home life, that caused! us to realle thzat there were unspoken gifts in her nature that if fully released would be worthy of imitation by all. but can now only hold a 1 Imprint on memory to vanish as intellect weakens under the force of added years. Mr. md Mrs. Dave Beahm. Stratton. 0)lb., Mrs. Gray Spurlin and son Mi ;lvin, Burlington. Colo., L. O. Beahm and Herschel Beahm. Grandfield, C»kla.. wei*e made honor guests at a 60'clock basket dinner at the old Peck homestead, now occupied by' Ray Peck and family, on Monday evening of this week. Games, songs and other social gestures filled the ordinaiilly waiting period to a well rounded season of interest, and the evening hours had made a rapid flight before anyone had thought of adjournment. As a late hour refreshment Mrs. May Preston pre-,| sented a nice box of home made can- gene. Marie and Haroldl Lee; Mrs. Ella Peck; Mr. and Mrs.!Alden Peck and David and Betty; Mr. and. Mrs. Elmer Peck, Dean and playton; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Peck. Bernice and Russell; Mr. and MrsJ Raymond Hayes. Added evening attendants: Mr. and Mrs. Prank Preston. Fran-, ces Mae and Lee: Free FJreston; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hayes; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hayes. Melvin Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wingler. Carlyle: ' Mrs. Clara Beatty. Mrs. Vera Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zink, Bettle Lou and Duane; Andrew Beahm. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jones, Ruth, Viola, Virginia Lee and Ella Marie. This was a rebound of the old family socials for which this home, the Peck center, has long been noted: The nice, appreciative (and by us appreciated) reference made by the editor to our period of service as cor- licr I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clem. Lpwis. - Maxine Walton has returned- from a visit: with friends in Kansa.s' City. i • Mr. and "Mrs. Walter Arnold of; lola and iGeorge Payne and family of LaHarpe visited at A. A. Payne's one day last week. L. R. Hummi.ston' of Ottawa is helping his brother-in-law E. E. Hall husk corn. Mr. and Mrs. Stough and Margaret , spent New Year's with- friends in Chanute. MLss Dorothy Moore has returned- from Arkansas City where she spent the hoIida!v's at her home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wall of Predonia spent New Year's day at Hubert Brown's. E. E. Hall's sister, Mrs. Charles j Andovor of Kansas City, is visiting ' them. • Davy and Miss Bird Patterson went to Coffeyville to spend New Year's with their brother Mack Patterson. Mardeen. the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Clarence Bolze. is ill church Saturday evening. The early part of the evening was spent In a-- soclal time and a business meeting.' Trustees were elected, also a pulpit _ .committee. Mrs. George Ruxton was elected as a delegate to conference > which meets In Lawrence; in March.; The Ladies' Aid served sandwiches, and cocoa. Later In the evening the* Rev. J. C. Lane preached a sermon r and held a consecration service.: Quite a crowd was present and all enjoyed the evening. Miss Veta Hackett who has been: spending her vacation at' home has; returned to her school work In Gas • City. ; Supt. and Mrs. Grove and Mary" Katharine: returned Thursday from a visit with relatives and. friends at Dexter. ' Mrs. Lucus who keeps- house for G. W. McKlnder has been. entertaining her son who is in the U. S.' army. Miss Louise Hummiston who has- been spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. {R. Hum-4 miston at Ottawa, returned to the Ater home,'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stough and Miss Margaret Stough drove to Parsons Friday afternoon. i Miss Cora Bibens who is secrer^ tary to the president of the state teachers college at Hays. City arid^, Miss Thelma Hruza one of the teachers, were at Elmer. BUpens's, Saturday evening. They were re-; turning from a vacation trip to Houston, Texas, New Orleans, Fort'j Smith, Ark., where they visited Ar-' thur, Willard, and,John Bibens and their families. They went from here to Lebo for a short visit at A. J; Bibens's and then to Sallna to visit' Mrs.' Nellie Lacy and expected to: reach Hays Sunday evening. respondent to the Register week: at the home of Mr. Bolze's mother naturally Imposes upon us the very pleasant, ygt somewhat embarrassing duty of aknowledging handshake congratulations as well as the most assuring evidence of good will j through the mail. We feel thankfiil for the kind remarks, and humbly share our pleasure and satisfaction with those who are giving us assistance. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? Use the Cla,s.sified columns' at 'Walnut where they were called a few j weeks 'ago by the death of Mr. Bolze's father. A, J. Hummiston. of Tola, spent last week with his daughter, Mrs; E. E. Hall and Mr. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stout and her mother Mrs. Ross, and sister Misd D. D. •Ro .'JS have returned from Custer, Okla.. where they have been visiting relatives and friehds. Delia Ann Nevitt spent the week-; end with her grandparents. Moran^ There was a watch party at the The old Fgyptian calendar prescribed certain days on which peo-^ pie were warned not io leave their, homes for on those days the gods were wont to ramble over the land: and to see a god was to be stricken •with blindness. ... chest COLDS Best treoted by stimulation and inhalation ACTS TWO WAYS ONCE TheyVe Stood the Test of Time Established 1906 Williams Monument Works 301 So. Wash.. Ipla, Kak. LIQUID-TABLETS-SALVE Iiisuranee If you wlU take 666 Uqoid or Tablets and place 666 Salve in nostrils every morning until March .1, 1933, and yon get slcic daring the time, yonr Drnnlst will retom yonr mon- eL Send ns yonr Testimonial. ^%J^Si»^'ac bno. Mded with BMVV In Any Motor Kaniotex Bondlfiied GASOIJNE ASSURES MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE Certainly you are interested iW ance from your ga.soline. That'.s v,\ ified. Mileage and Power are as starting. Anti-knock rating mean ation. High gravity and Sulphur important as seasonal volatility. One quality is as indispensable a ly balanced thpy make a ga.soline mum in engine efficiency and econ BONDIFIED IS SUCH A FUEL YET IT COSTS YOU NO iMORE THAN ORDINARY GASOLINE. all-around perform- hy it should be bond- necessary as fast; sure 3 as much as acceler- free q.ualities are as s the other. Proper- that gives the maxi- ^ )my. Pyro Alcohol The ideal Anti-F^ieeze \VTiolesale and Retail TRY IT! ONE TEST WILL TELL! LE^H OIL CO. L. STRAWDERMAN, Mgr. Opposite Ice Plant Phone 489 AMERICA'S BIGGEST LOW-PRICED CAR Longer Wheclbase • New «Aer-Strram" Stylint . • More Powerful .Six-Cylinder Engine: • Larger, Lower Fisher Bodies^ Fisher No-braft Ventilation • Safety Glass In Windshield * Cushion-Balanced Engine^ for Smoothest Operation • improved Freewheeling • Syncro-Mesh Shift With Silent Second • The "SUrterator"— for Siniplilled Starting » Even Greater Economy... and many other important Improvements that make the New Chevrolet the Great American Value for 1933. 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