Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 12, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 12, 1933
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PAGE TWO THfi lOLA DAILY REGISTER, THURSDAY EVENIN ..JANUARY 12. 1933. IOLA.KAMSAS' BEYOND THE ^TOBMS If. I must know the ikst W storm OS sp&r, Let there be haven on beyond the reef;. If I.mtist cross a dark tumultous b&e . : • : * - I*t follow'waters calm beyond be- Uef. .. If I must face (he night when waves , run high, • OlTe me the courage Xiiat win bearmejon ~ 6afe through the darlcness.ias a gull would fly— ' • Zjet; there be landingr! in the ports or dawn!; —Julia Lott In The Poet's Forum. LANE'S DAUGHTER IS REPEALIST lola Grade Teachers CInb Meets j the lola i |Grade Teachers' club met at .Washington school yesterday afternoon wilh the president. Miss Darlerie Cotal. In charge of the program. Miss Helen WUlis presented ••• a project which her Second grade cllEiss had worked out concerning "TKelndlari .r After Miss Willis re- 1 viewed the procediu-e Used • in the • project, her pupils presented an brtglnal plav, which showed scenes of every day Indian Uffe. Mrs. fi. V. Howland, a patron off Washington 'school, spoke on the topic, "What I Should Likej My Chfld :to Be Taught J About Health." A number of the Tpatrons of WashinRtori school were present at tllils meeting. .•r • • ! Missionary SMlety Me^ts At Christian! Church ' The women's missionary society of the Christian church met yesterday - afternoon in, the social'rooma of ithe -^church withi Mrs. H. O. Hubbard presiding. The meeting opened With songs followed by prayer by Mrs. J. W. Gavin and devotionals led by ^rs. J. JH. Praser. Mrs. C. E. Williams was in charge of the program which Incliided a map rpvif-w . i>6f China by Mrs: H. 'O. Hubbard, .and articles oti "A Y6ung Mlssion- Aryiri China;" by Mrs. J. L. Maffltt , 4hd Mrs. Charles Ablfeson. Special 'fau;^c was furnished by Mrs; Walter torance, who sang "Qo Vanish the Night," accomiianied Mrs. J. O. :Myers.' A playlet entitled "Respons- iiblllty Shared." was jjresented' by i Mts. M. T. Shlnn. Mrs. C. E. WIll- ; rams, and Miss Manetta Peterson, i; During the social hour, Mrs. Mary .lH )ng's division served; refreshments to 18 members and seVen guests. r-1 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS (Prom the pffice of The Tola Abstract Co.. 108 W: Jackson) .•i-• (January 11,:1933) H. H. Pleisher, a Widower, to B. TJATedekend. Lot 2, Bloc* 115, City of ItWa. $1.00. , ; •' : , •ilra D. Kelley and dairie M. Kpl- My, his wife, to State of Kansas, .a ; tijact of land lying iii the NEU of 3«-24-18, beginning at;NE comer of IIBV4, containing 1.02 acres of addt- tSonal right .;of way. exclusive of ex- iTiting highway. $42.84. Nancy Lane, daughter of Franklin K. Lane, Woodrow Wilson's secretary of the interior, will sit in the coming session of the New Mexico legislature as a foe of - prohibition. Though she has spent most of her life on the itage and In rearing a small son. Miss Lane, twice a divorcee, plunged into politics on mciving to New Mexico, and carried a normally Republican, county. She's out to repeal the state dry amendment. MILLIONAIRE TAKES LOVE LESSON LONE ELMNEWS (Mrs., Bessie Pfenland.) •Jan. lO.-7-The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Eva Jackson Thursday afternoon and made plans for Iqhchlng the Glen irwln sale. >On account of th4 very serious^ - iUhesB of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wise, Clarence Barrett and sons of Nefwton, are here. -'Mrs. Alferd DePoe i% quite ill with flUj I Mrs. Ina Nichols is helping carb for her. J Mr. and, Mrs. Marion Spangler have rented the Roy Buchanan faJm for next year. The Donaldson fflirtlly have rented the Marshall laxm south of Colotiy, and Dale . Newlon has rented : the Cannon farm where Donaldson's have been Uvlng. Oh account of the;serious illness of her stepfather. Mi:. Loper, Geor- glfc Childress, teachef at Rich Valle^, 'Is driving from Welda to her school work this week. tJir. and Mrs. Clarence Penland of; hear Welda, took dinner at the . tfel Penland home Thursday, en- route to LaHarpe. We are glad to see. Mrs. McDowell! as one of the Free Press cor- rembndents once more, We always enjoyed IVlrs. McDowell's items. A wedding of interest to the entire" community was ; solemnized at Uillqntown, January 15, at the Methodist; parsonage, when Luna Miay Curfey, second daughter of Mr. and "Mr-i :-Trank Ciirley of near Mildred, "be.'>iime the wife of; Dale Newlon. youjn ^est son of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Newlon. Rev. Horac^ Sterling, form^ pastor, performed the ceremony ; that - made this happy couple one, ThpyJ were accompanied by the brlde% sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tilghman Booth. They wUl be at: home about M^rch 1. on the Caiinon farm between colony and Iior^.'Elm. A larofisarty of friends me| at the parenRT Newlon home Friday evening and.g^ve the newly. wrds la rousing charlVari. including : a ljuggy ride in an OW buggy tied on behind the truck belongins; to the.g^oom, and accompanied by four "car -load of young folks, beside those In jjhe truck Everyone voted it an evefUng .well spent, Idts of fun and a ^rierous "treat." ^ We iwish to join |he hosts of friends of the Newlohs in wishing them a long and happj? life together. •;• Voinail ad in the Classified col- iitnp>orten nut<; nvRr ^a big deal. CARLYLE Jan. 9.—A meat cutttag demon- Uration was held at, the home of George Kettle 'Tuesday afternoon After thie demonstriatlon the Car- lyie farm bureau ladles elected officers for another year. Mrs."firalhr ard was elected president, Mrs. Shadwick vice-president, Mrs. Kettle secretary and .treasurer. Mr. and' "Mrs. Brightwell have moved to, the farm west of Carlyie where Lonnie Shapel recently mov­ ed'from. Miss Erma Lee Hart, Wichljta, visited the past week at the Alta Dunlap home. Miss Mildred Dunlap Bayard, is a visitor tliefe, this week. Mrs. Harry Dunlap and Mrs. Caryl Readel attended the farm bureau training school in Moran Wednesday. Rex Wingler and Beryl Hlggln- botham who have been visiting friends in Wichita the past two weeks returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Bob Christian arid Roy Vezie were visitors of their sister Mrs, Brainard 'Tuesdiay. Mr. and Mrs, Venice Taylor are the. parents of a baby girl bom January 4i. She has been named Carol Beth. Mrs. Wright and little daughter Elaine, Mr. Stinson, and NeWton W^ght were dinner guests, of Mrs Hairllhg. Thursday. Mrs. Readel and children spent Sunday at the B. A. Hill home. Mr. and Mrs.' Raymond Rldeout Pittsburg, were visitors at the parental Archer home Sunday. Theconununlty extends sympathy to Mrs. Upshaw in the death of her mother. Mrs. Upshaw who was called to Springfield last week, returned home Saturday. We extend our congratulations an<l best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Loomls, who were married, Sunday afternoon. They will move into the house vacated by Mr. ana Mrs. Brightwell, Rev. Wright and son Eugene, who went to Tribune last .week to get the rest of their furniture had some oar trouble so did not return imill Mlpnday afternoon, Januai^ 9. Practice has been started on tho play "George in a Jam," to be given On community night. -Mr. and Mrs. C OO I E and girls called on Mrs. Readel Tuesday evenLic'. Mrs. Arbuckle is imable to teach this week because of illness. Mrj. Readel is substituting for her. Mr. Higginbotham and Mr. Stinson built a screened in porch and bathroom for Mrs. Harling last week. Dr. Fred Dunlap, Pleasanton, has made several short visits with his parents the past week In' his new car, he has but recently purchased. Fifty million dollars—and he's never been kissed! Stuard Erwin portrays that unusual character in "He Learned About Women," coming Friday to the Kelley theater. The above scene from the picture shows Erwin "responding" to the .shy advances of pretty Susan Fleming. A|lpl«irdtfU«nHAe.QUleb! If sootlin ' ite piln^iif e» etttj infection »Bd ugly sears. Ask foucilii^sist for the red^uMl-rcUow tube, 50c I ELSMORE Jan. 10.—Mrs. Jim Ard called on Mr. and Mrs. WUl Boman one day last week. Mr. Boman has been poorly for sometime. Mrs. L. O. Ford and .son Gilbert were calling at Will Alderman's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes and Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engelhardt and children were visiting with Mrs. Engelhardt Simday. Mrs. Will Alderman was visiting with Mrs. T. A. "Wood Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Martin and children were calling at the parental L. L. Page home- one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanley and boys were Sunday guests at the L. C. Stanley home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and Ruth and Mr. Ernest Johnson were business > visitors in lola Saturday. Mrs. Pearl Ard was visiting with Mrs. Mabel TroxeH a week ago last Sundte^. A. M. Sylvester, Mr. Little and Keith Pord are helping Will Alderman with his butchering today. At the annual election ..of the Grange the following were elected: H. H. Ludlimi, master; Paul Harclerode, overseer: Harold Maxwell, lecturer; Russell Ludlum, steward; Ar- WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed ht the Morniiig Rarin' to Go , : .If you fed Bour and lunk and tha world liwki punk, don't swallow a lot o( ulta, mineral watpr, oil, InsatJvc candy or clinwing Rum «nd uxpnct tlicm to mako you suddenly sweet and buoyant and full of sunahins. For thry can't do it. Thpy only move the bbwelt and n mern movrmont doom't get at tJie caiUK. The numon for ynur down-and-out tbeUnt ia your livrr. It nhould pour out two jMundi of liquid bile into your bowda daily: If this bile is not flowing frcdy, your food doesn't digest. It iuat decays in the howelH. Gas fitoate up your stomach. You bava a thick, bad taste and your breath Is foul, skin often breaks out in blemishes. Your head aches and you feel down and out. Your whole system is poisoned. . It takol those good, old CARTER'S UTTLE liTVER PILLS to get these two pounds of bile (lowing freely and make you fee) "up and up." They contain .wonderful, harmlecs, gentle vegetable eHraca, ani.-uing when it comes to making the bile flow freely. But^ooH Hk for liver pills. Ask for Carter's litat Liver Pills. Look for the name Carteir's UtUe Livir POIa on the red label. Resent a (iib(titut^.!25c at ftU stores Q mi C. M, Co. thur Ludlum, assistant Steward; Mrs. Will Alderman, chaplain; L. L. Page, treasurer; Miss Hazel Page, secretary; Merton Colwell, gatekeeper; Florence Andruss, Ceres; Mrs. L. L. Page. Pomona; Mrs. Russell Ludlum, Flora; Beulah Alderman, lady assistant steward; Marie Ard, pianist; Charles Alderman, insurance "agent; Fred Stanley, business agent.' Executive committee: first year, Charles Alderman; second year, Fred Troxfell; thlrid year, Frank Colwell. Mrs. Tommle Zimmerman was calling on Mrs. L. L. Page Monday afternoon. ' Mrs. Carolyn Colwell and MK. Ruth Gates of western Kansas were visiting with Mrs. Cleda FIte one afternoon last week. Mrs. Flora Sylvester was visiting with her daughter, Mrs. WiU Alderman, Tuesday. A CIEAB COMPLEXION Ruddy ched;s—sparkliM eyes— most women can have. Dr. F. M. Edwards for 20 years treated' scores of women for liver and bowel ailments. During these years he gave his patients a substitute for calomel made of a few well-known vegetable ingredients, naming them Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. Know them by their olive color. These tablets arie wonder-worTccrs cn the liver and bowels, causing a normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you have a pale face, sallow Ipok, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, nb-eood feelmg, all out of sorts, inactive bowels, take one of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets nijghtly for a time and note the pleas* inzresults. Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets—now, and then to keep fit 15c^and60c. FINAL All Black and Brown Women's Suede SHOES UP (J>/» VALUES TO «PU NOW ONLY All Sizes $2 PER PAIR HAI^RISON'S Bootery Store-Wide Januarir 4 f Features Thoiisandf of Pollavf Worth of Deshfable Winter Merehandise at Y y2 to 14 €11 £ and Less | FAST COLORS Spring puts in the LEAD •^plaids —dots —noveltiesl Come along and see some of the reasons why cotton's so smart! Plenty of quality, too. • Smart street styles! . • High neck effects I • Pleatsi Flares! Fit! Look SMART on the JobI Willi K Set a New Standard of Value at We made them serviceable and gdod-looking, too! Cut from 8-oz. Ashville Suitings! Well- made—^ant pockets—set-bn waistband! Guff bottoms I Interesting darl< patterns! SEE HOW vou SAVE! Penney's Leads the Way with These Sturdy, Warm MEN—here's the season's biggest underwear value! A record-smasher—such as only Penney's great buyiri'g power could offer at this sensational low price! Ankle.length-^long or short sleeves' \2-f>nund 7vriohl': Boys' Overalls : 25c «a Boys' Work Shirts ..;. 25c Men's Work Shoes ... $1.39 "Oxhide" Overalls '.. 49c Men's Rubber Boots .. $1.79 Men's Heavy Socks . i 5c Work Shirts Now 4 "for ..... ...:..$1 Felt Hats $1.29 i'lIi.'OnTS— . . . iney as..:,: -o. fu'lce their ott':- n'cigkt in waterl" Batla Towels V , 6 for 59c • Double-Terry! • Large Size! • Fine Yarn! • Attractive Colors and Patterns! Women's Silk Hose 49c SU'k Liiii^erie 25c LaSjes'- Winter Hats ... 50c BKached Muslin, yard .. ::5c 3-Pp'unid StitcKed Batt .. 58c tancy Wash Clbtbs, 3 for .. 10c New .Flat Aitk'' ' Crepe, yard ^AuC Silk> Dresses . $1.98 LADIES* loats Something to Shout About! RADICAL REDUCTIONS Broatff loth Holiday Shirts Reduced For Quick Selling • Full-cntl • Pre-shrankl • Fast colors and wWtel CUT YOUR /BUDGET with .V (.• CI c r bcfi ;ri . such value ! Soft, firm finish I Wcar^gtv- ingi PILLOW CASES me 42 X 3<; - ^ " REBUCED M-ShM I C^ecirance % WINTER WEIGHT /or Women for Children IQc Your OPPORTUNITY- For Immediate Comfort at S-A-V-I-N-G-S!: iJucjcy You! nliets DOUBLE-BED SIZE! are • only , mdecd! EJyen Penney's great buying power hafc never before produced so fluffy, so spyinpy/so luxuriously warm & Blanket for sr very, very little!'. i .e. PENNEy CO.. INC. i..v.:.[iii::,::!; lip^mmf^m^mimi^

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