Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 10, 1933 · Page 3
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Mrs.;4 J- Hennessey is confined i_ to her home by ijlness. Mr. and Mrs. S. J .iDean returned ' yepterctey to their home in Seminole; ) Okla., after a ten-day visit with Mr. -I Dean's,parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dean and other letatives. L MifislCliristine Hardy, an iola ; Junior: college student, returned Sqndaj; evening from Bayard where she has,been spendlhg the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 5 L. Hardy. f»' —Moved! Our office is now located at rear of Iola State Bank.—Iola Land Co. j Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker of Sev- \- ery visited Friday night and Satur- I - day with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wil-f lis, whoi live northwest of town. Delbe^t HoUoway, Bonner Springs, r.- who has been a guest lof his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Christy the past feWj days, left this morning for a visit with other relatives in Tulsa!. — i . y Mrs. Ira D. Kolley,; who has been r confined; to her home the past two '"weeks, was able to be out Sunday , for the first time since her illness. Ask for FAIKMONT ICE CREAM It's' pure, delicious, tasty I Individual *4olds ; for every dccasioh Made in Iola from Allen • connty products li. EJ vnght was in Kansas City yesterday on baisiness. Mrs. Wajlter Rakin and her infant Son Walter returned home today from St. John's hospital. Miss Nellie Walters, a teacher in the Jefferson school, returned Sunday from Wichita where she has been spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs. G. C. Woolery and her family. | MEEK'S POLLY ANN CAFE invites Miss Esther Hixon and Miss Grace Prentice to be its guests at dinner tomorrow. Eat with the rest And also {eat the best. 201 S. Washington O. E. Iiear Is cohQned to his lu»^ by illness. ]' ~ , , Mr. arid l^rs. B. L. Coffin and their children of Pleasanton were guests Sunday of Mr..and Mrs. J. S. Henry. : / ' . ; • Mr. and Mrs. X. P.:Benjamin en. tertained lyir. and Mrs. Tom Gaughn and . th^ir dauglitei^ Margaret of Earlton, at dinner Sunday.. J. P. Kohler, proprietor: of the Allen County Implement and Hardware; company, who underwent a ' major operation Sunday morning at St. John's hospital. Jis getting along •.satisfactorily, Iiis son: Charles Kohler said today. ; —A. H. Chambers," M. D. Office Mittelbaeh Bldg; Plio. 303. Res. 377. W. S..tees, C. L. Hoyt, E. B. Cook.' and Louis Schlanger attended the j inauguration of Governor-elect Al- I fred M. Landon yesterday at Tope- | ka. r ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles May and Mrs .j Addie Kesslnger visited Sim- day iwith Mrs. iKessinger's sister, Mrs. 1 Sarah Benshaw, who is critically') ill at her home in Fort Scott. Edward Courter, young son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. [ Courter, who. has been lill with the; flu the past Week, Ls now able to be out of bed :ahd about the house, The Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Bishop and George B. Hiser were in Kansas City yesterday on business.: FAULTLESS ^VASHING MACHINES ; Are Selling Fast! Two roll-a-tubs FREE with icach machine purchased, ijen Year; Guarantee Bond. Your satisfaction is assured. The easiest of terms.' .Miss Edith Doll 'i ^on. Mr. arid Mrs. ' | ^''^^ Delivcrj-. L. D. Cox,-and S. R. Lusk spent \V. H. WOOD,FINE FURNITURE Sunday in Topeka. ; 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Misses Clovis and Helen WUUs spent the week-end with their brother, W. L. WiUis and his family, who live northwest of town. Mr. and Mrs: E. E. Lynn, Mr. and', Mrs. Cedric Willson, and Mrs. Charles P. Scott Jr., went to Kansas City Saturday to witness the play "Rhapsody I in Black" at the Shubert. MI. and Mrs. Glenn Wilson, who have been guests of Mrs. Wilson's brother Dee Sell and his family the past few days, left this morning for their home in Sheridan, Mo. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Harlan:Stephenson,' who has been visiting his father H. O. Stephenson and pother relatives the past three weeks, left Suriday for San Francisco; Calif., where he has a position with the government national park service. ' , • . .—Studio Couclies, Day Beds, Mat; tresses of standard makes, at new low prices. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. V Washington. Mr. land Mrs, T. W. Lytic and : their son; Chester spent Sunday at i JBlsmore as guests of'M^. and Mrs, Ted Swaiison. , Sam IFrame, who resides near Mo! ran, underwent an operation this morning at St. John's hospital. ' Mr., and Mrs, Hoyt S. Davis and their dai^hter. Miss Marie, spent viSunday vdth friends in Independence, f ' CR. F. S. BEATTIE ^ Veterinarian , —has remodeled and enlarged his office and now carriies for sale at reasonable prices reUable products for the care and health of all kinds of live stock, dogs, cats, and poultry. ; Colic remedies, liniments,! blisters, fistula medicine, etc., for horses. Purgatives, bloat remedies, lump jaw : treatments, blackleg produpts, etc., for cattle. Products for , treatment and preVenttoh of fowl cholera, chlckenpox,' roup, worms, etc., in poiiltry. And a full line of dog remedies, dog-biscuit and meal for dogs. Syringes of all kinds; Also I mineral mixtures, jistock powders, dips and cod-liver Oil in. bulk for hdrses, catr tie, hogs.;sheep, and'poult^. ' Over 25 years In this location. 214 West Street—Phone 139 'llrs. George Gard and her children bdr41yn and Armenia Diane of Kansas City, and Mrs. J. N. Rumbergef of Augusta, visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. G. R.. ipard.' ]...['' Mr. and. -Mrs. John Mitchell, who ' live northeast of Gas City., had^as Vtheir guests Sunday evening Miss -Frankie Letslnger of' Iola. Donald Betty Wallace of Kansas City. Miss Rogers of;Colony, and Fred Fulton of Iola. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cobleritz and their i children moved to 609 South State i today from tlieir residence 624 South street.; Miss:Frances Stelmel, who has been spending the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stelmel, who reside northeast of town, returned today to Kansas City where she is emplojied. —Ambulance service that Is prompt. Sleeper Mortuary^ Mr. and Mrs. IB. L. Coffin and their children of Pleasanton and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Henry visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Benjamin. George Donald arrived Monday afternoon from Lamed for a visit with his sister, Mrs. B. W. Curtis aiid her family. : • Notice o'f Annual Meeting. —The aimual meeting of the stockholders of the Security Building & Loan, Association of Iola, Kansas, will be hield at its office in the City of Iola, Allen County, Kansas, Monday, Jariuary 30, 1933^ at three o'clock P.. M., for the election of directors for the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. HORACE L. MILLER, Secretary. Miss Lutie A. Evans; 'who has been employed in ex-Govemor Woodring's office at Topeka the past one and one-half years, has been transferred to the, educational department at the state hoiue and will begin her duties ; there tomorrow morning. Miss Evans is a daughter of Mrs. H. T. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Canatsey and their-children Miss Lucille and Gerald, and Mrs. George Thompson returned Sunday evening from Port Scott where they visited Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Aydelotte and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Oarlock. Mrs. Aydelotte and Mrs. Garlockare sisters of Mr. Canatsey. F. S. Canatsey, who accompanied them there; remained for a longer visit; Mrs.-Louis BoseiAierg, "yibo Uss been con&ied to her bed by illness for seveia} days, is able to be out again. i —^Fbr Frompt Taad or Delivery Service, pho&e 410. CoiT's Taxi. Mr. and M^. A. H. Davis returned yesterday afternoon from a business trip to Wichii». 1' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nelson fnd their son Kenneth returned Sundky from a week-end visit with Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs. Alex Anderson and her fan^, in Nevada, Mo; —20-used Uvtog room suites, $15 up. Henninger's Furniture Store. Dr. and Mrs. P, X. Lenskl are entertaining their.niece Miss Helen Panneck of Pittsburg. Mrs. Ed Darnell and her son-inr law Frank league returned Sunday to their home hi BartlesvUle after a week-end visit with Mrs. Darnell's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Williams and her family. Mrs. Teague, who accompanied them here, remained for a longer visit. CHECK YOUR BATTERY : And you'll avoid being stalled .out in "no man's land" because of a dead battery. Batteries tested free of.charge Low prices on new iriates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Alvin Alexander, pressman for The Register, who has been confined to his home by illness the past ten days, was able to return to work this morning. Miss Flossie Rich, a student at the Iola high schooL returned Sunday night from Bayard where she has been visiting Miss Lovonia Doriica during the holidays. MAKE YOUR HENS. LAY : Super-Mash, .per cwt; $1.75 : Phillsburg Mash, cwt $1.45 : Four Bells Mash, cwt. 90c Top prices paid for Cream, Poultry and Eggs : K. C. McKlNNEY FEED STORE Opp. Postoffice—Phone 389 Mrs. T. I. Christy, who has been 111 with influenza the past ten days. Is reported Improving. John Bums and Edgar Conyer attended the Inauguration of Governor-elect Alfred M. Landon yesterday at Topeka. —A Chapel service with no extra charge. Waugh Fimeral Home. Miss Helen Huss. who received painful injuries in an automobile accident near Ottawa about three weeks ago, is able to be up again and feeling much better. Miss Evalyn Chilcote and Mrs. Charles Chilcote spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Chilcote's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rousselot, in Kansas City. AT A MODEST PRICE you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, dinner and supper, excelliently served in comfortable surroundings at Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE 201 S. Washington Mrs. P. L. Hawley of Parsons and her daughter Mrs. Harold Limberg of Chicago are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lowe and their daughters Garnet and Gyneth Lowe, who live north of towii. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Green spent Sunday evening with Mr. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Green, in LaHarpe.: AT THE KEttEY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. rrtJESPAYnEVENING. JANUABY 10.1988. 5« AT MEETINa WITH ROOSEVE^.T BRONSON Jan. 5—Mrs. May West spent part of last week with her sister, near Itlapleton. The Rebekah district meeting will be held at Mound City next Friday, the 13th. Dr. and Mrs. C. W, McLaughlin and daughter Janice and Mr. Pruett, Kansas City, were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McLa.ughlhi. Mesdames Vohner, Shoaf, Watson, Donoho, Quist arid Perkins visited Mrs. Charlie Thompson Tuesday afternoon.;» Jan. 9—til. and Mrs. Altis Pitts spent Sunday with Miss Mary Lehman. Dr. Lambeth was called Saturday, to see Mrs. John Bowers who has been; sick so long. Edd> Hall's house burned to the ground Saturday morning. Everything in the house was saved. The origin of the fire Is unknown. Mrs. P. Minich and Mrs; Earl Thompson spent last Friday with Mrs. J. E. Zimmerman. Mrs. Kenneth Rogers of near Walnut is spendUig a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Stevenson. Mrs. John Bowers was taken to the St. John's hospital, Iola, Sunday momipg for treatment. . The Parent-Teacher .association will hold Its monthly meeting January 17th. Mr. and Mrs.'A. P. Gllmore visited Sunday at the parental Quist home. Mrs. S. Stewart visited her brothr er near Mapleton, who is very ill. Ira Sherlock and C. D. Gay, Erie, spent Sunday at Glen Sherlock's. Mrs. Dr. Green who has been ill the past week with flu. is better. Dee Doughty and wife, Moran, spent Sunday with Lyle Doughty and family. Mrs. John Amett and Mrs. Aima Dizmang were in Iola' Friday. Clyde Hammons is able to be on duty after his illness, caused from: flu. ' wggg————~ • jack Oakie, Vina Delmar In "Uptown Ne^ York." The federal budget must be balanced and thesp congressional leaders, shown leaving President-elect Roosevelt's New York City residence, proposed a program of Increased Injcome tax for the small incomes and imposition of a beer tax. At the extreme left" Is shown Representative James M. Collier, chairman of the t ouse ways and means committee. Others (from right to left) are Senator Pat; Harrison of Mississippi; Repi esentative Henry T. Rainey of Illinois; Senator Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas; Speaker Gamer and Repiesentative John McDufiBe of Alabama. • . i GARDENING NOTES FROM . THE CITY FEDERATION Most kinds of bulbs should be left m the starting room at least , a month, and some' will require a longer time. In which to fully develop roots. Some will Insist on making a growth of top shortly after being potted.; If you. find that they are Inclined to do this. It is as well to bring them out at once, as they will keep on growing after having begun, and they will surely be spoiled If left in the daric after top growth has started. It is always advisable to procure freah strong bulbs each season. These only are to be depended on. After the bulbs have been In cold storage about a riionth, examine them, turn the ball of earth out of a pot and ascertain if the roots have reached the outside of It. If they have. It will; be safe to bring the pots to the v,-indow. It is well to pot them at intervals, for by so doing, and leaving some of them In cold storage longer than others,, wel can manage to have flowers from bulbs'^during the greater part of the time. We cannot advise carrying bulbs over for another" season; As a general thing a bulb wliich has been forced is so exhausted hy it that it is worthless. afterward. Therefore buy fresh, strong bulbs each season. These you can depend on. On bringing, your bulbs to the light, do not put them in "a verj- warm room.-- A temperature of 60 degrees is mufch better than a higher one. In a low temperature, such as characterizes spring, the growth will be a healthy one, while a high one will force them too rapidly, and the development will be correspondingly weak. In a very warm room, many buds will blast. 'When in bloom the cooler you keep the plants the longer their flowers will last. One of the favorite flowers for forcing Is the Bermuda Lily, generally known as the Easter Lily, arid cataloged as LUium Harrisll. A good method to follow In growing this plant is this: Put three or four large and. solid bulbs in each iilne or ten inch pot, on top of about five inches of soil. Cover lightly, water and set away to form roots. As soon as the flower stalk starts bring them to the light, and as the stalk reaches up, fill In about it with soil,- and continue to do this until the pot is full. The reason for planting the bulb low in the pot is, the roots, which furriish support for the stalk, are sent out above the bulb. If the bulbs are plarited high, they find no soil for these roots to take hold of. Ihe candidmn and longiflorum Lilies are exeellent for forcing and should have the ^ame treatment advised for Lihum Har- rlsU. The Hyacinth will be found one of the most satisfactory of all brilbs for forcing. The single sorts tare preferable, as they have a more graceful spike of flowers than jthe doujjle kinds, but the lattfer are deserving a place in all collections. No-one .should fall to I grow the Roman Hyacinths. Thes6 send up several flower stalks from] the same bulb. These come in pink,' white arid blue. They are as fragrant as the Dutch sorts and preiferable to them for cutting. |. Among the TuUps the single kinds are almost always selected, as being most certain to give satisfaction. The Narcissus, or Daffodil Is one of the most charming of all flowers. They are of the easiest culture. ; THE CIVIC COMMITTEE. PAGB'il Her motho:, Ural Lew Eng^ai^, of Topete.- came last night;to be? with her. - • V i;.. ;,• •. i; James Irwin ivisited Sunday at the Joe Gregory.home. Joe Gregory. Helen and EUeen called; at lien 's later;:] ' Takes j Old Timers. • ; . R. A. C. in ElDorado 'Times:; Just about the best: editorial on th4 late : Calvin Coolidge, appearing in Kansas newspapersi, was from the pferi of Charles P. Scdtt,,of Iola. It iakes Old Timers: like'hhn and 'Wl^am Allen White! to put the ypung ^tln' fellows in thefr places. The Rev. Albert J. Penner of t^ie Jonathan Edwards Congregational church at Northampton, Mass., who officiated at the Coolidge funeral services. SUNNYSIDE Jan. 9—They are having wonderful revival meetings; at the North- cdtt chiu-ch, held by an evangelist ^ and a singer from Norwich; Kas., i near Wichita. A large crowd present last night, special music and a good sermon. Christian Endeavor was held at 6:30, led by Miss Idell Odell; preaching at 7:30. Everyone invited to these (meetings. There have been seven converts, mostly young people. Mr. and Mrs, Venice Taylor are the proud parents of a • baby girl bora last Wednesday at the tola hospital. The evangelist' arid . his singer were calling Wednesday afternoon in this community. VlrgU Pox had an accident while cutting wood and was." laid up the past week. He is better at present. James Irwin delivered com to Logan West Monday. Mrs. Fern Irwm called on Mrs. Alma Pox Monday. Little Rose Marie and Wayne Austin Irwin have been very 111 with j flu but are better now. =; Mrs. Alma Fox is very 111 with flu. C Hlest Colds Jgk .... Best treated without ''dosing" STAi N LE S S now/ if you 'prefer. t)RY GOODS CO. I lOLA'S POPULAR STOE^ JANUAR* Entire Stock 6t Late Winter HATS Values ^ ^.95 COATS .$7.50 S18.5Q Values to. $15.00 Sale Price ...... Values to, $20.00 Sale Price Values tb; $39.75 Sale Price '..... SnJE DRESSES; Late Winter Dresses, in a big group for immediate clear* ance, values to $12.50. choice $2.95-83.95 wash Prints, yard ........10^ 36-ln. OntUig, yard ....... 105 Pepperell Sheeting, yard .29? ACA •ncUng, yard ...... !l9c Comfort ChaUie. yard .....9c. "NOW I FEEL FULL OF PEP" After taking Lydia E. Pinlc- ham's Vegetable Compound That's what hundreds of women say.lt steadies the nerves... makes you eat better ... . sleep better... relieves periodic headache and t>ackacbe ... makes trying days endurable. If you are not as well as you want to l>e, ftive this medicine a chance to help you. Get a bottle from your dmgj^t today. LiqUID-TABLETS-SALVE , insurance If jou wiU take 666 Liquid or Tablets and place C |66 ^;^e in nostrils evety mominc ontil March 1, 1933, and yon get sick daring the time, yonr Dronist'^ return your mon- eL Send as your TcstimaniaL: ttrwmi tin, ia Red and <i.M< ["Mslllc boics, lejcd •wMh BIaE> Kibtna. TakeuMW Bar . 'cfraiir Itranlat. 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No wood, no glue, no joints to loosen. DupUte safety plate glaaa windshield — non-glare, shatterproof. New "Airwheel" tlresjand low center of gravity. And hydraulic brakes with centrifuse drums.' If you want to see real VALUE, then see this new Dodge Six. Imagine the thrill of making it. yours for so little more than you'd pay for one of the lowest priced cars. Dodge Six Coupe fS95... . Coape with Rumble Seat $640.... Scion Brougham $660. . . . 4 -dooT Sedan (shaahi above) $670. . . . ConvertibU Coupe $695 PrUes f. o. b. faetory, Detroit. All closed models wired for Transiione Radio. ELLIS MOTOR CO. Hodge Sales and Service PHONE 301 WITH FLOATING POWER Costs so little more than the lowest-priced cars MOUP F.e.B. FACTORY BETWMT

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