Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 17, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 17, 1933
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, G. H. dhapmanma^e a business trip to chanute yesterday. j Mrl and Mrs. R. W. Doolittle went to Augusta Monday .momina to spent the. day with their daughter, 3|.Irs. Clarence Co(?k, and Mr. Cook. ^Dr. H. U Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Efrug. Store. X-ray iequjpped. Phone 119: 'Mr. and Mrs. ' Herman Tholen spent Sunday at Kaasas City . as guests of Mr. an^ Mrs. Ora Duncan and of Mrs.'; Sarah Doggett. 'Mrs. Tholen is a^dnugliter of Mrs. Doifgctt, \ Roscoe Richard.Son and Dr. L. W. Simmoas returned Sunday niglit from Kansas City where they purchased spring mwcliandise for tiie Richardson .store- , * ^ MATTRESSES . All Cotton Miattresscs, $2.75 50-llj. All Felt >Iattresses, $5.75 Sleep-Rite inner Spring Mattress, $9.75 A. complete line of Scaly Inner Spring Mattresses. Terms—Fre^ Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FUKNITURE 202 S. Jeffi— Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. :L. R. Crozier of , Gamett announce the trirth Decem; ber 14 of sjn 8-poiind son whom they ; have named Robert Lee. Mrs. Cro- Zier was MLss Inejs Graj?. a daughter of Mrs. Mary S. Gray of lola. Mrs. Mattie Cowan is recovering from a bad attack of the flu. Mr. and I Mrs. M. W. Wells entertained C. ;M. Van Slyke of Oklahoma City at dinner Sunday. —CORY'S TAXI. Phone 410. Day and Ni^ht Service. Mrs. Arthur Worley, who has been a guest of her daughter Mrs. Arnold Johnson and her family the past two weeks, returned Saturday to her home In Allen. Mr. and \rrs. L. D. Cox had as tlieir guests for the week-end Mr., and Mrs. P. L. Hill and their son Ronald ofOIathe. THEIOLA DAILY REGISTER, TUESDAY EVENING. I JANUARY 17; 1933. " Mrs. G. ; Riggs vis: Odor's da lighter, ; In Nevada! F. Odor and Miss Vivian ted Sunday with Mrs. , Mrs. El.sie T^ewman. Mo. " —Delicious Hamburgers. 2 for 5c. i • Cottage Inn,-202 North Jefferson. f: t>on Young, radio announcer for ';K<JGF, CofTcyviUe, and his son Bob, were week-end guests of Mr. and , Mrs. Waiter Hamilton. Mr. Young I preached the sermon Sunday night ut the United Brethren chm-ch. | ^ Mr:, and Mrs. J. F. Dickehshects i find their nephew Mickey McGrath ' "spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr.s.! Ernest McDonald in Topcka. Mrs.' McDonald is a .sLsler of Mrs. Dick- | e^Lsheets. : NYAL TONIC ^For who are rundown, -.weak and nervous. Helps build jup. • Vim. Vigor, and Vitality. Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE invites Chas. P. Scott and a friend to be its guests, at .dinner tomorrow—Enjoy a dinner in jone of the pleasant dining places at least once a week i . Mrs. F. G. La\\-j'er, who. has been ill the past few days, is reported improved, today. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed and their son,,Billie spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Beatty Ray. who reside southwest of town. ' —Complete and satisfactory service. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Miller have as their guest Mrs. Miller's sister, Shirley Stover of Columbus. Mrs. E. G. Meek and her daughter Mi-ss N: dine returned yesterday j from St. Jpseph, "Mo., where they I the past few 'days with j sister Mrs. A. G. Meek j have spent Mrs. Meek'^ and her family. Ask for FAIRSlIONT ICE CREAM It's pikre, delicious, tasty Individual Molds foil every occasion Made in Ida from Allen W>unty products E. A. • was a guesf of his his family. BROWN'S DRUG STORE - Phone 255 Miss Helen here during] death of Green, returned sas City wh ' Mrs. J. T. Whit.son and her chil- dron Ruth, Walter, and Mr, and MrJ5, Roy E. Whiteon, and Maynard Pa^ott of Bartlesviile spent the %eek-end wllh l^r.s^. .Whit.son's sLs- .tfrJMr.s, B. i',. McCoy and her fam- ilv.^and her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. IW. hivery. ?, J. Eldri'dsn.. :proprictor of the Tola: Business Mente club, announced today that he is moving his equip- i met^t from its -present'location.; 117 East Madi-son, ttf Carthage, Mo., whefe he will opofi a "billiard hall in th^ hear future. [Mij. Eldrldge has , opertited the club the past two years in iQla. - . i ? ^'leaning and Pressing: '•• ' -SALE—1-. Any Dre.ssf Cloak.- Suit, Hat or Overcoat. 'Cleaned afid Pressed , Mrs.,H. E. Glover is seripusl^ ill. I L>LJ St. Clair, enlistment secretary oif the . University Of Ottawa, Was in lola last night and today on business. E. V. Buehler returned Sunday to his home in Hiawatha after a visit with his daughter, Mrs. T. O. Waugh and her family. —Close-Qut Pricies. Circulators, wood and combination heaters. Trade in old. Curtis', 10 N. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Northcutt and their daughter Doris Ruth; visited Sunday afternoon with Mir. Northcutt's brother; M. W. Northcutt and his family, who live northeast of tow-n./ ;• i Grover Menzie, proprietor of the M. & M. market, is confined to his home by illness. i HiAYTAG Electric Washers as low as S59.50—$79.50—S139.00 Terms. We Trade for and Repair all ! makes. Maytagr repairs in stock. ' K. C. ELEC. & PLUMBING CO. Phone 6 5 Mr. and Mrs. David -Powers and their daughter Margaret Ruth spent the week-end with' Mrs. 'Powers's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Masden, and with Mrs. Powers's mother, Mrs. Ella Powers., i - . . ' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Swartz returned Sunday afternoon to their home in Henryetta, Okla., after attending the funeral of Mr. Swartz's' brother Ran Swartz, which was held Friday afternoon.. While here they were gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fryer. THE CITT-RATE CLEANERS 109 West Street Phone 775 Any Garment Cleaned and Pressed — 39c — 2 Garments for 75c . We call for and deliver Keitzman of JCansas City Satm-day and Sunday brother, C. E. Keitzman and hier Green, who has been the critical illness and mother! Mrs. P. C. last night, to Kan- re slie is employed. ;si'OTLESS CLEANERS 111 West Madison Phone 797 I • Interesting visitors in lola this ' week -are Mrs. Nina W. Higby and . her iSQn Cliff Higb.v who are ivisiting their friends, the R. I. Mather family. ; Mrs. Higby Ls knowTi to a number o^ lola people-for the reason that; she is engaged, in business in the^-Village of EstcS Park. Col.o. Her .son CHIT Higby is the owner of the - "Skj'lihe Ranch For Bo.vs"'at Encampment. Wyo..i a picturesque ranch Jnorth of N6rth Park in the - interiesting mountains of that region. Mr. Higby entertains a group of boys ranging irt age from 12 to . 20 years, ever.y summer, giving them • the timo of their young lives. He is traveling in what lie chills his."covered wagon." a Ford car with fl canvas coi'pring on tlte sides of which- are printed his name aiid the name onils ranch, and on the front of ! which js a skeleton deer head. Mr.s. j Higby And-her son .^are on their way ' to vLsltJfriends in Missouri. j Extra Good Gasoline 11(T All Tax Paid Quality for Less! RELIABLE OIL COMPANY Ira McGinni.s & Son lola, Kansas \ The following out-of-town relatives and friends attended the funeral rites yesterday of Mrs. F. C. Green: Mr. slnd Mrs. Howard Beegle of Neodeshal; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Murdock of Yates Center; Mr. and Mi-s. H. A. Nichols, Mrs. Ora Burton, and Mrs. Robenstors of Buffalo; and Mrs. Ora Dunlap and Miss Dorothy Dunlap of Bayard. ^ Mi-s. J. H. Sowerby. who has been ill the past three weeks, is now able 10 be up again. ; , ! iE. P. siack, former manager of the local Oil company station, has leased the gasoline and oil service department of the Olberding Brothers garage and is open for,business today! The formal opening of the department will he announced later. " Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bremer and their son Jerry spent Sunday at Ottawa as guests of Mr. and Mrs, B. H: Christian. .\ny- Suit, Dress. Overcoat or Hat Cleahed and Pres.sed 50c ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blizzard and their childt^en Bryan and Barbara Jane returned Sunday evening to their home in JopUn after a short, visit with Mrs. Blizzard's father Dr. C. E. Wood, and her sister Mrs: C. B. Tipple and her family.. They alsoj visited Mr. Blizzard's sister Mrs. H. J. Hurlock and her family. Their daughter Dot Blizzard, who accompanied them here remained for a longer stay. P THE RUN. Mr. and Mrt. Ihurston C. Wright of Neosho PaHs announce the birth today of a daughter whoi^ they have named Ksiyl Jean. Mrs. Wright was formerly Miss Helen Holllngshead of lola. J. P. Kobler, proprietor of the Allen County Implement and Hardware company, returned home last evening from St John's hospital where he underwent an; operation about ten days ago. —A. R. Chambers. M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Mrs. R. C. McKtaney and her daughters Misses Maude and Mary McKihney and her grandchildren Robert and Mary Alice Badgley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth McKinney in Wichita. Mr. McKinney is a son of Mrs. R. C, McKinney. Cleo Harrod retimied Monday to bis home in Yates Center after a week-end visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Robinson. Charles Smith always said that stretch of track at Beverly Curve, with the setting sun visible through a small grove was "the most beautiful spot in the world.". Every time he took No. 8152 over, it ihe admired it, and he knew he was near the end of his ruii and the day's work. Engineer Smiths will diriect that his ashes be scattered there, along the Pennsyl-IEdna Lash. JEDDO Jan. 16.— Rev. Ford of Port Scott, will preach Priday evenbig at the Jeddo church. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hester and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roush and family of Nevada, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kalm spent Sunday at the Will Roush home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shigley spent Srunday evening at the, Ralph Marvin home. Miss Ruth Schulze spent Sunday vania's busy right of way just east of Chicago. . Engine 8152, that i Smith h!ad piloted in hi^ last of 43 years' service, made a special run. Its whistle sounded the requiem as 8152 swung around Beverly Curve. Engineman Herman Seibold leaned from Smith's old place in the cab, carried out his friend's last orders. Mrs. E. E. Harrison is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Doggett, and her sister Mrs. Ora Duncan and Mr. Duncan in Kansas City. Miss Katherine Hess returned Siinday night from Kansas City where she has been visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc- Cprmick and i MLss Dolores Fry the •past two weeks. 1- ~ |—Ask those whom we have been privileged to serve. Sleeper Mortuary. iMr. and Mrs. L. R. Crozier and their children, who have been guests of Mrs. Crozler's mother Mrs. Mary si Gray and her family since Saturday, will return this evening to their home in Gamett. Mr. and Mrs. William Ledgerwdod and their son-in-law and daughter of Wichita were guests Sunday of Mrs. Ledgerwood's parents. Commissioner and Mrs. I, E, Bartlett. S^PER SERVICE FQR YCfUR CAR General Repair Oilini: and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 "ff^B. Shannon and E. H. Hunter will go to Kansas City Wednesday inoriiing to attend the forty-foiuth annual convention of the Western Retail Implement and Hardware association. They will return tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. C. L". Martin of Kansas City were week-end guests of Mr. Martin's father Isaac- Martin, and of his sisters Mrs. Homer H. Myer and her family, and Mrs. N. J. Brigham and Mr. Brigham. Mr. and Mrs. John Coykendall and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woods. The Jeddo grange went to Fairview where they had mstallation of officers Wednesday evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Stanzel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schulze spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lash and family. Billy, Fred and Ernest and Miss Erma Roush spent Saturday evening at Claude Marple's. •I , i ^ ' JAAEES M. ROWDEN. James Monroe Rowden was boj-n at Marystown, Mo., August 10, and passed away at his home in ibla. on Saturday, January l'4, 1933, at the age of 54 j-ear?, 5 months arid 4 daj-s. As a boy, about the year 1890 he was baptized and unittid with the Baptist church.: He moved to Sola in 1896 and having transferred his rhemliership, was later elected a deacon in the church. ? I On December 22, 1898, he wa^ united in marriage with Elva Pol- .son. of Rich Hill, Mo. To this uniorf two children were bom, Paul of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Lois of the home in lola. He is survived by his widow, hts^ two children, his father George W. Rowden of lola, and three grandchildren. Mr. Rowden was highly thought of by all and many friends sincerely regret his early pa.ssing. Funeral services, conducted by the Riev. J. H. Sowerby. were held in the Baptist Temple at 2 o'clock Monday, January 16, and were largely attended. Mrs. Ruth Bergman and Mjiss Maxine Elliott sang as jduets "Sjometime We'll Understand," "It is I Well With My Soul," and "Abide With Me." Sir Arthur Sullivan is said to have been the quickest composer on record; the .overture to "lolanthe" was copiriienced at 9 p. m. and finished at 7 a. m. A small ad in the Cla.s.sified columns often nuts over a big deal. Ingredients of Vkka V^Rub in Omvehient Candy Ponn VICKS COUGH PAC S E CROP LOAN BILL: Money Would Boost While Need is f^r De Washington, Jan. Upn If. (AP ).^Jt>ur- ing a brief conference with iPresi- dent Hoover, Representative iSnell, of New York, the iplhoriiy fejid^r, said today he had ^:q}resked ?oppp- sitlon to the housej kctiori fester- day in passing a 7^ inlll|on dolljir measiu^ for 1933 drop production loans. . i V ' I' • "In my 18 years i^ the Iwtxse," Snell said, "I have nevcjr seen ja more foolish piece J of prooiedure. Here we spend a \)reek passing la 'domestic allotment' bill for boosting farm prices, and then the^hbuse turns . around and aroviaes'ihfeire money for increasing ;the iunflus of farm commodities." I? i | BIG S^E —0F4- Letty Lynion Frocks TOMORROW Air $i : See these clever new ; frocks in our window tpnlghti,. ! ...THE.. LEADEiR UNES ! FLO .OV^E^.-TO^' "^""AUUC BRAKES ! SETS A NEW STYLE ! BEST SIX LfQt!ID-TABLETS-SALVE If^yoit will, take GGVLiquid or Tab- i lets ari<? place'666 Salve in nostrils,' every ^niomlng until March 1, 1933, • and jraii pet sick darins the time, i your priigffist will return your mon- el. .Send us yoiiii Teslimonial. CONGRAniLAFIONS, Mfi:CfiRYSLER! CONGRMULATIONS, DODGE r Only the combined genius of Walter P. Chrysler \ and the Dodge Organization coutH have built this big New Dodge Six^ at such a price! AREiVOUpN- ! DOWN, NERVOUS? Leavenworth, Kaiis.—"I can speak only good words for Dr.. Pierce's Favorite Proscription," said Mr^. J. T. Zwcnic- maisn of lOlS Pottawatomie. "For a run-down condition , , and; nervousness it fias never Jajledlto Ijelp wiien it iias" Decn used m my family. I am gilad to I 'econimcnd it to btiiers. My motlier used the 'Prescription' for years and \votiId nbt be without,it in her home." All dtuggists. Fluid or tablets. If Youlranl free naedlral advice write to fit. Piwi>'« cum. In Bidr«io, >. y. W ORLD-FAMOUS AUTHORITIES — national celebrities—as well as noted experts on speed, performance, beauty and value — were asked lo see and test the amazing New Dodge Six . . i And how they ravedl "Congratulations, Mr. Chrysler!" "Congratu- latiotis, Dodgef' Prom everywhere came the same enthusiastic acclaim. Only the comlnned genius of Walter P. Chrysler and the great Dodge organization could have built such a sensational car at such an unbelievably low price. Sit behind the wheel of this new Dodge Six! A mile a minute in second—like a shot in lugh. And smooth at any speed. No vibration with Floating Power engine mountings. No clutch to bother with. It's entirely auto* ^ofeoufie c/oteA optional. Ml clotod models trind (ot TratilHene Radio. ^^DODGE matic.* No grinding of gears-, no noise. They're quiet in every speed, including reverse. Special "Oilite" springs with covers can't squeak. You're safe in a Dodge, too. Secure. Mono- piece sted body. Doubte^drop, bridge-type fraine. Low center of gravity. Duplate safety ptete glass windshield ... anti-glare, shatterproof. And hydraulic brakes! Always equalized, they stop on a dime ... less danger of slddding. I Go to a Dodge dealer today. Find I out how easily you can own this new Dodge Six. Examine it; give it the:»cid test. See for yourself! ' . " ELLIS MOTOR CO. Dodge Sales and Service PHONE 301 aNDUPF.O.B. FASTOW DETRdiT WUK^FIOATING POW^R Costs so little more than the lowest-priced cdrs Dodge Six Coupe $595 . . Coupe wUh fbanhle Seat $640 . . Salon , Brougham $660 .. 4-Iioor Sedan (shown aborej $670 . . Convertible Coupe $695 . . All prices f. p. b. factory, Detroit wash In The Good Old pays : 1 What Did Grandpa Do3 In the good, old days when shrewd men needed horses they didn't buy them. Oh no—^they swapped them. And if money was a little scarce they swapped what they had for what they wanted and evei-yone was satisfied. Why not do the same thing now? Perhaps you have an ^xtra'bed; but need a chair—why not swap: for it? Jones, perhaps, has too many pigs' but no cow—why not trade \yith: Smith who has,no pigs but has an i extra cow? To help bring togethei; just those folks who have too much of some things and not enough of other things The Register Will start a SWAIJPPERS COLUMN Thursday, January 19th With Special Rates f<ir One Week To introdiice thi.s new department in the Classified section.we are making a special 'price of. one cent per word per insertion with a minimum charge of 25c. This rate will apply only on ads in the Swap- lier's Column and will be in effect only for one week—January 19 through January 25. Ad.s to start in the column may be brought in anytime between now and-Thursday noon, i Bring in Your Ads Any Time Between Now and January 25 to Get Special Rates^If You're Shrewd You'll Use! '-^-^ the Swapper's Column. lOLA PAII.Y REGISTER PHONE 18

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