Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 11, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 11, 1933
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TOLA, KANSAS ;-i Mr. andiMrSi E. P. Slack were in Kansas City yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwards and •their daughter Carolyn spent "Sunday at Moran as'guests of Mr. Ed•wards's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. A. W. •JEdWards. 81; ; —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. I Office over Brown's Drug Store, i X-ray equipped. Phone 149. i Mrs. E. V. Henderson, who has been visiting her daughter Mrs. C, ' M, Harris and her family the past two months, left Tuesday evening Xoc her hOjme in Davenport, Okla. Mrs. Maude Pigg returned Monday from a week's vliit with her son, John Pigg, in Fort Scott. Mrs. p. S. Bishop and her daughter Miss Ruth \Tsited today with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bishop in Chanute. Mr. Bishop is a son of Mrs. C. S. Bishop. Improre Your Cooking ' • Use • FAIBMONrS iPastenrized Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese and Bnttermilkl ': Call 91 for Ilonse Delivery or ask yonr grocer. Miss Josephine Grant had as her guests for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. A.'J. Thames of karisas City. 'C. S. Bishop iind Ernill McCul- loygh were in Kansas'City yesterday on business. Fred Nixon made a business trip to Harris yesterday. Joe Baldridge. who underwent an operation Sunday night at St. John's hospital, is getting along nicely.' . Mrs. D. E. Bush is ill with the flu at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. R. Richardson. —A lady attendant. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williamson and their son Orville spent Sunday at Fredonia, the i guests of Mrs. Opal Dove and her family, and of Orcn 'Williamson and his family. Mr. dnd Mrs. Williamson are the parents of Mrs. Dove artd of Oren Williamson. ; Mrs. Sarah Doggett left Friday for a three-month stay with her daughter, Mrs. Ora Duncan, and Mr. Dimcan, in Kansas City. I David Dullea. young son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dullea, who has been seriously ill with double pneumonia the past ten days, is much improved, his mother said today. George V. Youns, proprietor' of the Self Service sciatic rheumatism. Lee B. Hobart 1 • THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENtNG. JANUARY 11. 1933. grociery, is 111 with of Wichita was a guest Monday night and Tuesday of his parents. Mayor and Mrs. Harmon Hobart. —20 used living' room suites, $15 up. Henninger's Furniture Sto^. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downer and their son moved to 710 East jJdck- sOn Friday from their former residence 816 East istreet. F. J. Reynolds arrived yesterday, from Bronson called by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. A. E. Reynolds. Tom McGrath of —Moved! Our office is nofr locat- «l;Bt rear of lola State Bank.—lola hurid Co. T^rn. Hollis Flint and her daugh- tei! Shirley |Ann of Humboldt were guests yesterday of Mrs. Flint's mother, Mrs. P. C. Irwin, and of her sister. Miss Julia Ti^in. C. E. Turner, traveling freight and passenger agent for the M-K-T lines of Parsons, was in towii Tuesday on business. ; i ' : iJlT. and Mrs. S. S. Shelly returned Monday from Kansas City where they \-isited' Mrs. • Shelly's parents, Mrj and Mrs. Fred Mertel. Meek's POLLY ANN GAPE; : Serves food that brings an "Ah" :f0f delightful satisfaction. For :! instance, tomorrow's Specials— : Boston Baked Brown Bread with : Breaded Veal Cutlets and Spa: phetti. Date Pudding, Whipped : Cream. i FALLTLES-S HASHING >IACHINE!S Are Selling Fast! . Two roii-a-tubs FREE with ; each machine purchased. Ten Year Guarantee Bond, r Your satisfaction is assured. The ea.siest of terms. ^ ; Free Delivery. W. H. WOOD FINE FITRNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 | ' B-T. English of the Davis Electric Sendee is confined to his home by illness.- ^ Mrs. W. E. Starks returned last evening from.a three-week visit with her son, C. B. Starks and his.fam­ ily, in Lamed. She also \isited her son. H. M. Starks and his family, and Mr; and Mrs. E. Marsh, in I>odge City. , -^Dr. W. P. Hull. Osteopath and ; I .Diagnostician. Phone 120. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor went -j to bheny^-ale yesterday to.attend ]\ the;funeral of Mr. Taylor's' cousin i Mrsfi Robert Shaw. Mrs. Shaw was t^.e wife of the Rev. Mr. Shaw. ! Dnlus Neu'ton went to Emporia '; Tue.«!day on business and for a visit with relatives. i George Kettle, who resides on a farm northeast of lola, was reported today to be Improved following an operation for the reihoval of his appendix in St. John's hospital lost Wednesday, For a time Mr. Kettle's condition WEIS considered grave. Misses Vera and Lena Stonaker ajjd Leonard Sutherland visited Sunday with Jack Denton, who attends the Emporia teachers college. —Thirty years of continuous service. Sleeper Mortuary. W. A. Wheeler is in Kansas City, Kas.. today attending-the state convention of Kansas life insurance I agents. Miss Mary Jane New of the Coun: try Club district was a guest Sunday I of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Doolittle. Lots of MerrhandJsc K -n -E-E , Openlnjc Da.v at our I New Location REl.UBLG OIL COMPANY Ira McGlnnlK & Son :. lola, Kansas OUn Burtch. 915 North Washtnc- ton.'andiWlllBurtch of Humboldt, left; last i night for Miami, Fla... called by the serious illness of their 1 i J. D. Mittelbach of the Palace jshoe store left Monday evening for (Chicago on business. Notice of Annual Meetingr. i —The annual meeting J of the • stockholders of the Security Buiid- ; ing & Loan A.ssoclation of lola, -! Kansas, will be held at its office in the City of lola. Allen County. Kansas, Monday. .January 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. •'Raymond Wagner.,who underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix Tuesday morning at the S. B. A. hospital in Topeka. is getting along nicely, his mother, Mrs. F. A. Wagner said today. Eleanor Dugan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dugan, is ill with the flu. Stanley Murphy returned Tuesday afternoon from Independence where . he has been visiting his grandfather, E. D. Murphy, and his uncle and aunt, Mr.' and Mrs. A. S. Case, Complete Winter .Super Srr%'irc (pr Yonr Car Antt-Freezo, Battery Fluid, nrakp Service, Radiator Service, Crnnkcasc Service, Body Work. OH, Washing, Gas. Tied Service, Ignition. SHELLY MOTOR jCO. 214 N. Jeff.-Phon6 80 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smock cnlcr- tained Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goodno and Mrs. Elzle Goodno of Bronson nt dinner today. Mr. Goodno is a brother of Mrs. Smock. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wells re- AUTO TOPS j AUTO GLASS FiuTiiture and Automobile : Upholstering. : Carpets and| Rubber Mats. : Under Mats^ for Warmth. : HEIOELE'S Harness and Auto Top Shop : 201 South St.—Phone 59 : *' ,* Mr. and Mrs. lleon Schell made a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. , — Kansas City were guests Sunday of Mrs. McGrath's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R; Lawson. Miss Hilda Sheilby returned Sunday from Mpraii where shef has been the guest oif Miss Faye Weast for the past week. —Studio Couches. Day Beds. Mattresses of standard makes, at new low prices. Curtlis Furniture, 10 N. Washlngt.on. j- James L. Turner of LaHarpe returned Tuesday afternoon frbm Bar- tlesvtUe where he has spent the past two weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Jess Pickett and her family, and with his so^, Mclvin Turner, and Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Arthur R.| Murphy returned Tuesday oftemoon from Rochester, Minn., where she hos been with Mr. Murphy, who undens'ent a major operation about ten days ago at St. Mary's hospital. She reports that Mr. Murphy is recovering satisfactorily. He occupies room 469W at the hospital. The THOR is priced from S49.50 up. Why buy Inferior quality? ; WUI gladly demonstrate and give you easy terms. RADIO SERVICE SHOP 109 W. Madison Phone 33 HOW TO CURE A COLD—IF YOU DON'T MIND COLD HUMBOLDT NEWS Harold Thomas Brought Home from Chanutc Hospital arid Is Re- • ported to Be Recovering. I^AGE[THltfiE; same cause. The next regular program is scheduled for January 23. *rhe regular chapel assemlly was held Of. the high schoor "riiesday morning. Prof. A. J. Truebloodxpriii- cipal, having charge ofi the| xlevo-' tional exercises;-following whl^ he . ; introduced Miss Dorothy Adjjuns as HUMBOLDT,. Jan. 10.—Rev. C. M -j announcer of the following = pro- Thomas, pastor of the local Chris-; gram-.-^Readimg, I^iM I^firjo^ tian church, went to Chanute Mon- Steam^: reading. Miss Dorothy day afternoon and brought home ! Toimanson; song , by> six jimior his son Harold, who has been in tfie girls; \^ocal solo,' Miss Marjory; Cas- Johnson hlospital the past eleven per; vocal duet. Misses' Marjory j days. He Is reported to be making ( Casper and Doris Kent. Only a few [gradual recovery to health. . j visitors .were present. ' The regular meeting of the Re- - The 'tegular meeting of the Ro- Jbekah lodge-was held Tuesday eve-i tary club was held a^ the Hotel ning in the'I. O. O. F. hall. Follow- j Monroe Monday' evening with less ing the business session, a short I than its a.verage attendaiM*. -A program was given, after whith re- [short program was given and^roii- freshments were ser\'ed. tine bi^sincss disposed 'of. ' The Humboldt Ministerial union j ;- = met Tuesday morning with Dr. G; I Pittsburgh—The. charge for beat- W. Horn, president, in the chain | ing up'sub-patrdlmen in Pittsburgh Aftpr rmitlnp hn.*:Tnr.<:<: lind hpon nf- I '— *— j t - After routine business had been at^ tended to. Jt was agreed to arrange a union service to be' lield under the auspices of the local W. C. T. V,. The Oregon Indians Uvhig along the Columbia river havetheir own ideas about curing a cold Everybody has But listen to theh-s: They buUd a Uttle dirt covered dugout, fiU it full of hot rocks, pour water over the rocks' .and he on them, amid the resulting steam. Then they rush through the snow to the river bank, break the ice' and leap bUthely Uito the Icy waters. It kills the cold.but, not the Indian. You might try It some time when i you're feeling a little Tired of It All. ' Mrs. R. H. Gooding is reported to be recovering satisfactorily froni sex-ere injuries received when she fell about six weeks ago. Miss Ruth O'Neal was able to return home Monday afternoon from St. John's hospital where she has been quite ill with the flu the past week. "Loveliness Is Cultured Rather Than Inherited" Tel.—4 9 4 —Tel. All Lines of, Beauty Culture Catherine Ann Beauty Shop 17>= W. Madison „ nlA J ^^^^'^AQ A-POTC li rHE BlUE'DANUBE WALTZ? WHAT TOMAN NU.MEPALIS Tr .lS? WWAiJE THE FIVE LAE6EST LAiCES IN, itoCTH AMERICA? (Answers will be found on Page 5) Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? Use the Classified columns! LIZTOWN Jan. 9—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cilllland called at A. B. Herrlck's Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. J. Foster and Mrs. L. 8. Mogel Attended Ladles' Aid faceting in Colony Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth WLsc, Colony, still remains very 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ross Williams. Her son Clarence Barrett, Newton, came Wednesday night to see her. Frank Helgley helped Louis Mogel top kafir and sargo last week. The pupils at Llztown took their bi-monthly examinations last week. The school is progressing nicely with MLss Florence Graf as teacher. : Mrs. M, H. Jones and Mrs: A. B. Herrick visited the school Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Link Dorsey spentWednes­ day at the Ross Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. John Lust and family spent Sunday at the F. P. Williams home. Mrs. Frank Newlon and Mrs. Ivan Cox helped care for Mrs. Elizabeth Wise, who is very ill, Wedne.sday Mrs. Aurelia Horton and son Dai- ton made a short visit jat A. B. Herrlck's a few days ago. They were Sio' or ten days. This was established when a .magistrate > sentenced; James Jore^. 22. , . •.• -• -• -r;\vho aQmittdd engaging in i fight gunday evening. Januarj- 15. at the | ^.1^,,^ \ub-patrolman |Kany Presbyterian church honoring the ; Linder^ was ihjured thirteenth anniversary of national i _, , i „ ... ... prohibition. The speaker for the I J^'] ('"^e for beating full-fiedged occasion ,will be the Rev. C M, i P»trotogn was not quoted. Thomas, pastor of the local Chris-, i ~ tian church. The public is Invited- • to attend. Wilbur C. Pisk. manager of the ' local ice plant.- while engaged thl.s '• afternoon in helping to remove some machinery from the lola pliint, sustained an injurj- to his foot in which three bones of the foot were broken. He was at once removed to his home in Humboldt, and placed ; under a doctor's care. Tlie Humboldt Music cliib held its i bi-monthly meeting at the Amori- Ac Hfmini .jhmt/d/ilvtr Slaver}- Abolished. On January 11; 1364. Senator Brooks, of Missouri, offered in thn senate the thirteenth amendment of the . Constitution providing that "neither slavery nor involuntary sei-vitude. except as a' punishment, for crime shall exist within the! United States.'' It was approved by congress in January. 1835: and on December 18. 18C5. announcement was made that it had born ratified- by the 27 states necessary for its adoption. = can Legion hall Monday afternoon, I Mlcsdames. H. F. G. Wulf and J. P. ' Osbom acting as hostesses, wlMr Miss Faye Barrackman in charge of: the progrom. Owing to the flu bring so prevalent, only a small number of the members a.-wlBiierl to i parts on the program were abln to ; take their, place. Ics.s thnn half thu afwlijtied, program beliiK filvei). On(> of the smallest attendances of tlio i club wa.s in evidence due to the See the New MILLINERY ' j • STYLES; OF THE •GAY NINETIES NOW ON \. DISPLAY AT • • . i The Lea^^r enroutc from Ottawa, where they visited Lester Horton. to' Mrs. Honon's licmc. Buffalo. Mo. A number of years ago they lived in thjLs neighborhood. , ATTENTION I/. EVTERYBODY! I BUY \VISHARD'.S TE.STEU SEEDS; WIshard's Se6d Store Will Open I^eb. k Sreds 'Botter and Cheaper Than Ever. LHWishard lOLA,- KANSAS Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Parkliurst and their sons Bobbie and Dannie are ill with influenza. Tlie following .lolans were, in Topeka Monday on business: T. E. OTlaherty, Wendell Forrest. Earl Abbott. Everett Harlan; Harold Kindig, and Melvln Farmer. ACTRESS, BLAMED IN GIRL'S DEATH . V,. I ivirs. w. ivi. wens register. Miss Clara Burtch. Miss j turned Mondav frona a \1slt with Burtch formerly resided in lola. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nevins. in Ne> - i —• vada. Mo Mrs. F. C. Minckley. who has been _ vislt^g her sister Mrs Datus New- M„. O. L . Reinfeld and ^° *«lffiJ^"^»*'i^^inHo^'"t.„°^ daughters Misses Marguerite rc^rrinf™?^ ^?n/;. tn h^^i^rin ^era spent Sunday at Gamett ^3n :^i«^. Tv^ ohTiifr ^l^^^^^^ as guests of Mr. Relnfeld's sister. . near Colony Mrs. Childers is a ht- M^. Ray Cole and her family, tie ijnproved., Car ^t 'of Thank.s. » —We wisli;to thank our friends and neighbors, for their kindnp"!.s and flciral offerings, during the illness Nond death of our wife . and mother.-^Mr. , John Boling and children. .Mrs. Floyd Gillham and .her daughter Junb Anne of Mildred were jguests Monday of-their uncle and 'aurit, Mr. and Mrs. Datus ' Newton, i , ' C. E. Lehman returned home this afternoon from St: John's hospital where he underwent an operation i Monday momipt:. ::5 FR X N K SEZ": Weldins isthe best meMjiori of : :) repair. ! 'We have a Welding : : Service you should remember : : anvtime you have Broken Parts. : Fronk Lawyer's Repair Shop ; _ •'Blacksmlthine. Welding. • Machine, and Woodwork - : : 12 N^^ Walnut Phone 119 : The following out of town relatives audfriehds attended the funeral rites Sunday nftern(?on of W. F. E.;Krause: Mt^s. Lottie Youngman of Toledo;. Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. qiaude Umi5hreys. Miss Beulah Uin- phreys. Miss Gladys Umphrtys. Clarence Umphreys. Mr. and Mrs. Odkley Connard, arid John • Prater of.Kansas City, Mo.; Mri and Miis. carl Wliitc of Chanutc; Mr. ond Mrs. Roy Smith ol Leavenworth; Mr. and Mrs. Glen S. Billbe of Bar- tlesvllle, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs.A. W. Ixjng of'Plquo; and Miss Jewell pbtts of Halstead. 9 Im working and mokin^ overtime WISE Jan. in.—Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Noble •were called to Harris by the st'T- loiis illness of Mr. Noble's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Heiu^- E>-Ier and Mrs. David Br>-an called at the Mont Davis home Saturday mbm- Ing. Ralph .Johnson siichl Salurdnv nlpht ,wlth his brother. Arthur John.son .and wife, near LcRoy. The H. O. A. chib mk with Mrs. Charles Tire, January 3. The next meeting will be with Umcda Delp. Januno' 17-' Mf. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrill lind Miss Rieta Sherrill spent Sundav at the H. W. E>-ler home. Robert Grieve sijent Sunday night with Robert Weatherman. There vcrc about 35 In attendance at the church services Sunday night at Pleasant Valley, there will be preaching next Sunday morning. Mrs. Mont Da\is, Bert and Lucille and Mrs. Harry Yoho took supper Thursday-evening with their, son and brother, Walter. Davis and i family. ' ,i Ralph Shultz called at the Dan! Johnson home Monday evening., j Frances and Arley Weatherman | spent Sunday night at the 'Will i Grieve home. i ; Those spending Sunday at the ' Mont Da\is home were: Mr. PJ J. \ Powell and granddaughter Maxine ' Powell. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Powell and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Hari'ey Powell and daughter Joan, and Mr. • and Mrs. Walter Davis and Junior.' Ralph Johnson spent Thursday | evening, with Mr. and Mrs. David j Bryan. ' i Mr. aiid Mrs. Fred Shapel called at the H; W . Eyier home Tliursday evening. Ivan Strickler had the misfortune | of being kicked by a mule, but was j not seriously injured. j hence a ,.1 W HEN I work hardr I usually smoke more; and when I smoke more, I usually work Harder—and that's why I want a cigarette that's milder." We use in Chesterfield Qgarettes mild, ripe Domestic and Turkish tobaccos which have been aged and re-aged. These good tobaccos in Chesterfield are used in the right proportions—that's a very important matter. These good tobaccos in Chesterfield are blended and cross-blended—welded together; that, too, helps to make a milder cigarette with better taste. Dorothy Bm-gess. above, stage and screen actress, faces preliminary hearings soon on a charge of manslaughter arising from death in a San Francisco auto accident of Louise Manfredo. Miss Burgess refused to testify at the i coroner's Inquest, at which the above picture was made. 'The dead girl's parents, have ah^ady sued Miss Burgess 'for $25,000. ! THE ONLY .1 : VMTH.THE SECRET FORMULA Not ordioary cout:h drops, but a prescription of 11 medicinal iingcedients, qulck- aaing atid pleasant. Menthol Cotigh Dropts THEY'RE MILDER-THEY TASTE BETTER © 1955. LiGGgjT & M YEM Toatcco (;p

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