Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 16, 1933 · Page 3
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TOlLA. KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 16. 1933. -Mr. aihd Mrs. Keith liichardson return Hi last night from the eastern ni iHcets wher^ they purchased spring iaerchandls^ for the Leader. Irai tcr. Is nesis. H.; Swain, pdnflned to assistant postmas- his home by 111- —Tlie Kozy Kovc Cafe is closed, while j n&oving to hew location. Will open iibout January 25. Watch foi" openii e date. T H, C >:- Stephenson and his son Dr. H. Mi Stephenson' spent Sunday at Mllo, kio., guests of H. O. Stephcn- Boh's irother-in-lnw W, L. Bennett and h s family. Mr.| and Mrs, D. D. Long' and their'' soii Loraine visited Sunday, aftemi^h and evening with relatives In BIv c Mound. Ask Your Grocer : or Phone 91 for • FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized Milk, Cream. Cottage [Cheese and Buttermilk. Deliveries made any place in the city. Charlei Bodine left Sunday for nis hbme after a few months' visit -with his sister, Mrs. J. H. Wolf jjnd 'her fajmily. The! drove ernoon guests Mr. are inl a m daUies. Mrs. H. E. Whitaker is spending a few,days in Kansas City. Miss Gladys Marmont left Sunday noon foi- a short stay in To- pcka. —Etelicious Hamburgers, 2 for 5c. Cottage Inn, 202 North Jefferson, Stf. Sgt. and Mrs. Louis Rosenberg and their children Louis and Teddie Mae returned last night from ft week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. V.' J. Rasmussen in Topeka. While there Stf. Sgt. Rosenberg attended a y. P, W. department council administration meeting. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reinfeld and their daughters Misses Vera and Merguerite visited Sunday afternoon v^-ith Mrs. Reinfeld's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Griffin, in Westphalia. On a chilly morning get a generous .stack of Wheat Cakes and a cup of our Delicious Coffee. V Meek-^s POLLY ANN CAFE Rev. and Mrs.- R. D. Snuffer ioi: Kansas City late tliis ajft- .tio spend a ^^ay or two as the i)f friends.'. G. Ridgway kre p. G. Minesingcr airrived Friday ev- jand Mrs. H; entertaining MTs. of Wi^ifield, who ening. -Expi^rienced in the profession. Waugh-runeral Hjome. Angjejo Scott and Emerson Lynn ' kansas City today attending leehng of tlie Missouri associated Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller of Wichita are visiting Mr. Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. MiUer, and Mrs. Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs. Glazebrook in LaHarpe. Mr. i and Mrs. James Loth returned last evening to their home in Girard after a short' visit with Mrs. Loth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Anderson, and her brother, E. B. Anderson and his family. Mrs. R. B. Anderson accompanied them home for a few days' stay. Cleaning and Pressing . ^nd Mrs. W. E.. Oliphant •SALE- moved'^o 4 West Monroe Saturday from their former residence 3091 South Oak. Mn. W. H. Hall returned Sunday j from LaDue, Mo., where : she has I : been during the critical illness and I death of her brother, J. H; Pennin- ! Any Dress, Cloak. Suit. Hat or Overcoat, Cleaned iind Pressed -50c. ger. her. Mr. Hall drove to LaDue fori SPOTLESS CLEANERS in West Madison Phone 797 : THE THOR . WASHING MACHINE is (priced fpokn S49.5d up. Why buy inferior quality? iWl gladly demonstrate and give you eB.sy terirn. ilADIO SERVICE SHOP , 1)8 W. Madison Phone 33 M: V and Mrs. SJ A. Ellis, and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McKinney visited Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. ^. C. Mc­ Kinney'in Parsons, j M •; ahd Mrs. A. B; Chauncey of Cha \ute and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ablcsjon, returned Saturday from a thre J-day stay in Kansas City. —JDr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over; Brown's Drug Btoi^e. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. R ;W. Copening and his nephew Bill Coijening left Sunday, for Mis- sbuii 6^ business. ,Mr. and Mrs. Henry "whiistler of Bumngton were guests Simday of their daughter Mrs. John Boom- gaairh, and Mr. Booihgaam, wrecjctid Automobiles EP AIRED ! Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Courier and ' their son Edward, and "their guests iMr. and Mrs. E. C. Courter of St. j Joseph, Mo., visited Sunday after- inoon with -friends in Neodesha. Mrs. Ralph Kelly siJent Sunday with her parents Mr. • and Mrs. E. P. Wilmbth, who reside northeast of tOWTl. —Closc-Oul Prices. Circulators, wood and combination heaters. Trade in old. Curtis', 10 N. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis and their son Rex returned last night from Ottawa where Rex received medical treatment. Mrs. E. G. Troy and her son-in- law Tom Davidson and Lloyd Davis 9f Pittsburg, visited Sunday with Mrs. Troy's sister Mrs. A. E. RejTi- olds, who is quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ira McGinnis. -AJCI 4 and^Whcels Stralght- icned Without Heating !c. c. MCCARTY &• SON 301 South St. Phone 216 Mrs.' O. A. Bodine, who has been thil^Westfof her daughter Mrs- J. H. Wo|f 9nd her family the past few mqiiths, left Sunday for Chariton, lowja, tor a \'isit with her sister Mrs. Arjthui; Shore and.her family before returning-to her home la. Chicago. Mr. 'and Mrs. Tom Clark of Cof- fcyVillc and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Laird <)f Columbus were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lamay. . -|iWe invite a comparison of prices. 'Sldeper Mortuary. jvliss- Lois ; Barron and Lester Ldmcins were in Toronto Sunday on business. Regular Meeting Monday Night at 7:30 o'clock. EARL HUNTER, P. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Coiirter, who have been guests of their son E. S. Courter and his family over the week-end, returned this afternoon to their home in St. Joseph, Mo. , Mrs. E. C. Bryan and her daughter Marilyn Ruth of LaHarpe left Saturday for a week's visit with Mrs. Bryan's sister Mrs. Earl McCormick and her family, and tier •brother Paul Lambert and his family in Kansas Cily^ I Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Cameron and their children of LeRoy were weekend guests of Mrs. Cameron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. An1;iim. Mrs. L. A. Reed and her; daughter Norma Jean arrived Saturday from Tulsa to be guests of Mrs. Reed's mother, Mrs. Nora Kidney.' Mrs. M; L. Hayes, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Erik Jensen and Mr. Jensen the past two months, left Satunday for her home in Des Moines, Iowa. "FRANKS SEZ":~ We mftke Farm Machinery and Tools like new at much less cost. Special—Discs Sharpened, 20c each for cash—^30 days only. Plow Work, •Woodwork. BlacksmTthing, Welding, Machine Work. Complete Re-, pair Service, Frank Lawyer's Repsir Shop 12 N, Wa,lnut Phone 119 Miss Florence "White of Kansas City visited Miss Joan Henderson over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns and their nieces;Joan and Ruth Ann Standley spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Mort Pugh, who Uve southwest of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherman and their daughters Joan and Marilyn, who have been' residing in lola the past three or four.months, left yesterday for-Sawyer, Okla., to make their home; where Mr. Sherman has accepted a' position. SPECIAL Any Garment Cleaned and Pressed. 50c. We guarantee our work regardless of price. lOLA LAUNDRY 102 E. Jackson—Phone 102 Mrs. G. B. King had as her guests for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Evr erett Babcock of ifarsons. Mrs. H. H. Shockey has returned from Dodge City where she has been visiting her daughters, Miss Florence Shockey, and Mrs. Clyde Taylor and her family. ; A W. C. TT. U.imeeting wUl be held Wednesday at : the home of Mrs. L. E. Foster with Mrs. Charles Funk as leader. MATTRESSES All Cotton Mattresses. $2.75 50-lb. All Felt Mattresses, $5.75 Sleep-Rite Inner Spring Mattresses. $9.75 A complete line of Sealy Inner Spring Mattresses. Temis—Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 ' Mrs. Stella Lane returned Sunday to her home ifi Agrlcola after a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Len Williams. Mrs. John Coogarl. an aunt of John Boomgaarn of Ipla, is critically ill at her home in Gridley according to word received here today. Mr. and MrS/ Boomgaarn- will leave this evening for Gridley to be with her. - I , ANY GARMENT ' Cleaned and Pressed 50c-— Hat Cleaned and Blocked 50c ABLESON CLEANERS . Phone 105 Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Lyon announce the birth Satui-day of an 8^ pound son. ' Mrs. Lyon, before her marriage, was Miss Elizabeth Hankins, a^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C- Hankins. The following lolans spent Sunday at Howard as guests of the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Lower, who conducted revival services at the Baptist church here a few weeks ago: Misses Viola Lewman, Florence Lewman, Audra Matney. Ruth Rugg, Mesdames Ravia Old, John Bradshaw, Mrs. Harry Brownj Mfs. Fred Bergmann. and Mr. and Mrs. A. H.. Davis. Mr. »nd Mre. R. G. Huffman of Elk City spent the week-end with Mrs. Huffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Creason. J. C. Nix. manager of the local J. C. Penney company, is 111 with Influenza. i Mr. and Mrs. Alliert C. Brannum and their daughters, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ayers and of Mrs. M^ Brannum. BRAKES RUINED Winter brings an added strain on the brakes—more stopping, more Jamming on the brake i pedal. Have your brakes test-r ~ cd. adjusted, or relincd today. Be Sure! Be Safe! SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.-Phone 80 Mrs. C. H. Olson, who has been 111 with the flu the past three weeks, is now' able to be out of bed and about the house. I Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curtis and iheir children, and George Donald Ment Sunday at Erie as guests of Mr, .dnd Mrs. C. P. Donald. Mrs. L. L.. Donald and her family of Independence and Mr. and Mrs. New tjon Potter and their daughter of Beulah also were there. • Tractor Deals Oat a K. O. From the Bronson Pilot: Claude Heaton of the Maple Grove district had a harrowing adventure with his tractor Monday forenoon. He was alone pulling a hedge row with his tractor. He killed his engine and was trying to crank It, which is the last thing he remembers preceding his awakening some time later several yards from the tractor, one arm seemingly paralyzed and his head a mas.<! of blood. Evidently the tractor had kicked him and the crank had hit Claude a terrific blow on the head over the left eye. He had Iain unconscious long enough that the arm upo;i which he lay was numb and beyond use for a while. Claude managed to drag himself to the mqchlDC and give the crank a whirl. Off It went without further trouble. - Claude pulled the one remaining stump and then went to the house where his sister. Miss Margaret Heaton, washed and dressed the wound on her brother's head and he was soon back at work, though look* ing somewhat like he used to Just after a hand-to-hand conflict with the Germans. You probably have something you want to sell and the best way to let the people know about it is through Regj.ster Clas6fled Ads. IN WHAT QTY IS THE TAUEST BUILDING IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE ? (Answers will be foond on Page 4) Chicago—"All." reported Patrolman MUford Nygren to his desk sergeant, "is quiet." "You may think so." replied the sergeant, "but you ire mistaken. You have Just become the father of twins. They're over at the Edgewater Jiospltal and they're boys."' FAIRVIEW (Mrs. Oscar Johnson.) Jan. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mc- ICeever and "Winifred visited "relatives at Mound City Sunday. IKis. McKeever's sister, Mrs. Kate Gruh- den, returned home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cox and baby visited home folks at Centerville, Sunday. ' Mr. W. L. McKeever was on the sick list last week. Roy Vanarsdale of LaHarpe helped with the farm work. Mrs. Edna I>eet was the guest of Harry Peets Sunday. In the afternoon they called in lola. • Mr, and Mrs. Harry Peet were the guests of Oscar Johnson's Friday evening. Mr, Searcy of Gas City, sijcnt Sunday|at the home of his sister, Mrs. Elmer Jones, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Yaiicey called at Harry Peets Sunday evening. Jack Lltteer purchased a brooder house of John Baker In LaHarpe and moved It to his fartn last Friday.. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McVey called on Wlllard McGulres Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson arid lylr. and Mrs. W.iE. McVey were the guests of Ora Parkers Sunday. . Mrs. Oscar Johnson and L. D., PAGE TTTREfe spent Monday afternoon With qraiidma Stout and Mrs, iDema Hammel in LaHarpe. : . (Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McVey.called on Charles Horde Thursday, evening;: . ^ j Misses Thelma Lltteer and^ Wau- 'iiita| Stevensoii were the guests of tiome folks over Sunday. • A Ismail ad in the Classified -columns often puts over a big deal. The nearest star to us is -26: billion {miles jBiway. J ONE CENT A DAY PAYS I UP TO $100 A MONTH .1 The Postal Life <fc Casualty; Insur- (iincc Co., 8703 Dierks Building, Kansas City, Mo., is offering a; rtew accident policy^ that pays up to'$100 a! month for 24 months for dignity and ?I,000.00 for dcath^^osts less than :ic a -day—$3.50 d year. })lore than" 150.000 have ulceady bought this policy. Men, Women and children eligible. Send no money. Simply send name, address, age, beneficiary's name and: ^-ela- tlonshlp and they will send this policy on y> days' FREE inspection. No examination is required. .This offer is limited, so write thcifi today. STAINLESS Sanie formula . ;< same price. la original foim, too, if you ptefet MIUION MRS USED yEAHLY w: tl fclr O. M. Van Slj'ke. formerly of lola, •^0 ,^as been in town on business ;! past few days, left this morning his home in Oklahoma City. CARDS LETTERS CIRCULARS ' Anything that is typed or written can be miilti- graphed at small cost. Williams Typewriter Co. 113 West Madison Mrs. L. B. Lamons visited Sunday ^^')ith her daughter. Mrs. .Georige - Miller and her family, in • Neoshq Falls. Jlhe following .members, of the | afar Valley grange conducted the' ilistallation of the new officers of tfie Anderson county Pomona grange Saturday evening at Garriett: Mrs. M. S. .McHenry, Mrs. i Waiter, Mr. - iind Mi^. G^ F. Klink, Mr./and Mrs. Harold Baker, Cliff Corley, Henry v^alter, and C. A. Dorsey. THE J. F; GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. C: O. COGHILL. iMafiager e POULTRY AND EJGGS • : Egg Cases and Supplies • >• • . « ' C Old" and Reliable—Established 1911 I Comer Monroe utdl£fan [ (Just West of the Water Tower) Cleaned and Pressed We guaratnee our work regi^dless of price—We have | a Laundry Service to Meet Your Needs. ^ DRV CLEANING ^ PLEASING PARTICULAR PEOPLE PHONE 102 • lOLA KANSAS > I02 E JACKSON tl Diamond station*. _ ^ GasoHnel" because it does what ©rdl- >«**^' irately «»'"****^*''!Lr ^uel^ ^' standsjftir ^* ^ „«es.. «f a distinguished family of petroleum prod- ^^^^ITthe brand name o ^^^m ^jve drocess by which D-X is made -.•new a ^^^^^ L ^..•.^manv months 6f loAav, at DIAMOND-^f 1AW0ND~the brand name of a distinguished ra^, jcti. "5t" for the new and exeluslye droc^lZ " lock ^^r^ormmnt^. In mmon, it iJirnhhei hJj^ ^^Sh^ calves, ^n^s a j; ^'^"-"ee.fe/ ' .t.knocn ^ ^ olstons, rings antt upi.«. ctlon-*® vent the formitlon of caiiJon deposits aiid ^'^tiless-*®"'** *® '^'^ttft so that they are carried away by m ''^U O-^ *"lT -^e^ and milage • •• sa«Mi wear and repair Hdv-'"'^ 'Ttor' run smiother. Try,^ tanklul of Oj* ^ns--""^';CranteedL real performance .hri.li . • -^'Vi ^UoV.--* Crioratlon, Tulsa. Oklahoma. A HE A DO FT HE PARADE • (

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