Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 18, 1933
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lOLA. KANSAS Frailk' Ridgway of lEmporla was a week-end guest oif Mr. and Mrs. A. C.; West, and of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin. Bums. —Friendly counsel and mortuary advice. I Waugh Funeral Home. Mr.'a^d Mrs. P. E. Bluck and their ^hdren of Bartlesville are guests of Mrs; Buck's brother, Earl Pepper ind his family. AUTO TOPS ' AUTO GL.\SS Jhiijiiture and Automobile -.' ? Upholsteiring. C^rjiets and Rubber Mats. Under Mats for Warmth. ! LH,EIGELE'S Ila'rriess and Auto Top Shop flOI South St.—Phone 59 Miss Juanita Stevenson returned Tuesday morning from an over-night visit with Miss Wanda Green in LaHarpe. —Dr. W. P. Diagnostician. Hull. Osteopath and Phone 120, C. M.. Logan returned Sunday night from Wichita where he. visited his daughter Miss Helen Logan over the week-end. >I e e k' s POLLY ANN CAFE Gives Service in keeping with I : the high character of this es: tablishment. Close to your busi- i : ness—close to entertainment. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 18, 1933.. PAGE JTIfREE TTO mm WkATTWbGI ?EATPU6UC OFFICES DIDHEHaO? ifLUSlBUSUNUM INWUATGAVME ARE'FWVNS'USED? WHAT DOES THIS MEAN ? MrE.'-Eamer Davis - and her Don sjieht the week-end with Mr. and MrsJL. B. Shafer in Columbus. • Mrs. Shifer is a daughter of Mrs. Davis^ ; Earl Pepper returned Sunday from son 1 Bartlesville where he has been the past three weeks on business. , —Close-Out Prices. (Answers will be found on Page 5) Mr. and Mrs. T.' O. Canatsey made a business trip to Colony today. ! wood and combination heaters. _ 1 Trade in old. Curtis', 10 N. Wash. —For mail subscriptions or want 1 ' . „ , , , ads lor the Kansas City Star call i Mrs. J. A. Benson; and her daugh- H. J. Henderson. Phone 1161. iter, who were called here by the — i serious Illness of Mrs. Benson's John.Hermon of Westphalia un-j mother Mrs. Frank Marks, returned derwentan operation for the re-1 today to their home in Arkansas moval of his tonsils yesterday at St. i city as Mrs. Marks is improved. John's hcepltal. — 1 —The price you see in plain figures, ! Sleeper Mortuary. Mrs. Kelley Kerr of Long Beach, Calif., and her sister. Mrs. E. W. Circulators, I Slack, were, dinner guests this noon " h"-^"" 'of ]VIr_ and 'Mrs. H. C. Bishop. Mrs. Bishop is a daughter of Mrs. Slack. ^j)rove Your (Cooking ^ ? Use ; FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese and I Buttermilk. Call 91 for House Delivery i\. or ask your grocer Mrs. H. R. McEwen spent the week-end at Wichita as the guest of her son, Dr.- F. J. McEwen and his family. Miss rHattiebell Christy spent the I '• week-end jwlth her lincle and aunt \ 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Oesch.'who re- ' : side iri East Lawn addition. \ '• —Dr.f H.- L. Lacy. Dentist. Office ; : over • Brown's Drug Store. X-ray \ • equipi*'d..'Phone 149. j : Any Size Window Glass Installed We want to put in your new window and door glass. The frame will be checked, any wanted repairs made, or a new one built. If It's Made of Wood We Make It lbL.\ PLANING mLL 4C4 North St. Phone 404- Mr. andiMrs. L. B. Chevalier were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. F. M., Stocker. in Yates Center.; RE.'VIEMBER FOLKS! Only 2 More Days of O^ir Special ; Any Garment • Cleaned and Pressed 39c ' • 2. Garments for 7.5c Ha-t'Glbaned and Blocked 45c THE CUTiRATE CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 Mrs. Jack McGinnis and infant daughter LaVerne Ruth returned home yesterday from St. John's hospital. Card of Thanks. —We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for the kindness and thoughtfulness expressed, by tlie bea'utiful flowers and kind i deeds during our recent bereave- I ment.—F. C. Green "and his family. I Mrs. Fem Kirby of Westphalia I underwent a major opera,tion Tuesday at St. Johij's hospital. Delbert. Holloway. who has been j Mrs. T. M, Slack, who' has been the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr. quite ill with pneumonia the past and .Mrs. T. I. Christy since Friday, four weeks at her home, was taken left Tuesday for his home in Bon- to the home of her son E. P. Slack ner sisnngs. . Teachers' E.Yamination. -rwill bc;hcld in the County Superintendent's office January 27 .and 28, beginning at 8 a. m. Fee, $1.00.— ; DoUie V. Adams, Co. Supt. j Mr.; and Mrs. Harry Greathouse 1 Jr.. have moved to 417 South Elm ' fromithefr former residence 811 East Jackson. • i Sunday. She is slowly improving. .^ny Suit, Dress, Overcoat or Hat Cleaned and Pressed ^50c ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Patterson of Blue Mound visited ; Sunday with Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Leonard Moomey and her sister Mrs. Etta O'Connor. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Apt went to Kansas City this morning on business. ATTENTION FARMERS! To introduce our new disc rolling machine we will sharpen Disc Harrows for the special reduced price of —20c per Disc— for 16" or less, until February 15. C. C. McCARTY & SON 301 South St. Phone 216 I Mrs.! Kelley Kerr arrived Monday [from Long Beach, Calif., for a visit I with her sister Mrs. E. W. Slack and iMr. Slack, and other relatives. Miss Kathleen McDonald, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. B. Brownfield and her family since Christmas, left yesterday afternoon fori Kansas City, where she is employed. ; Fredric Vita Tonic Waves • Spiral or Croquignole. $5.00 Croquignole Waves, $1.95 and $2.98 :Vita Tohic Scalp Treatment. Shampoo' and Finger Wave, $1 . CATHERINE ANN BEAUTY SHOP ; 17>:. W. Mad.-^Phone 494 , Mr. a^d Mrs. Merl V. Lanning returned Sunday afternoon from business trip to McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 'V£mdersUce of : "j LaHarpe announce the- birth January 16 of a son whom they have named Donald Eugene. I The following Missouri Pacific j officials arc in town today on busl- ; jness: G. T. Berry, traveling auditor. ,and W. N. Barnes, signal supervisor, of Wichita. : NOW ONLY S39.95!! See ithe new 1933 Faultless Electric Washer: 2 Roll-a-Tubs FREE for thp month of January. They arc. selling fast— get yours today! Ea^y ITenris—Free Delivery W. H -'wbop PINT: FURNITURE ;262,S. Jeff.—Phone 190 I Mrs. Jessie Sherman of LaHarpe I entered St. John's hospital Tuesday : for medical treatment. I —New Twin Speaker Majestic. I Save at Curtis Furn., 10 N. Wash. B. y.: Lear Napo| day visit with has returned to eon. Mo., after a two- his brother G. E. Lear \ I Mr. and Mrs. Merl V. Lanning are entertaining Mr. Lanning's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lanning, Eagle, | Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Leonard re- jNcbr.. who arrived Sunday. ! turned Mondky morning to their i'iis; . — ] home in Kansas City after a week- M'ALTER ARNDT'S Tin and Sheet Metal Shop 212 South St. : Phone 720 and his famlii^ —Maiidc MdKlnney — Insurance. Public Stenographer, and Notary Public, Phoni 757, Mr.-, and Mrs, George Marks and their ^son who were called here by the illness of Mr, Marks's, mother Mrs. Frank Marks, returned Sunday to their home in Empdria. : "FRANK SEZ": ir ifs iron we weld it. When : yoUi break a'casting on your ma: chinery. before you order a new : onei, see if it can be welded. The : saving to you in time alone will : oft^ntinjes more than pay our : charges for welding. Frank'Lawyer's Repair Shop 12iN. Walnut—Phone 119 Mr,- and Mrs, Louis Burger an- nounceJthe birth of an 8^i-pound daughter this morning at St. John's liospitai whom they have named Joy lieeii Mrsl Burger, was formerly ;,Miss Marbella Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mt^.'w. H, Wood, CHECK YOUR BATTERY ;And you'll avoid being i^tjalled out In "no man's •land" because of a dead 4ljatter\-. Ilaflpilcs tested free of charge Low prices on new plates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.— Phone 80 Either Ltc. who underwent an operation: for the removal of. his appendix, teii days ago at the United States S-et'erans hospital in Excelsior Springs, Mo,, is recovering satisfactorily and expects to. return home Saturday, his mother Mrs. Emily Lee said today. SPECIAL: Any Garment • : Cleaned and Pressed ; 50c Hats Cleaned and Blocked . -—50c Work Guaranteed regardless of price lOLA LAUNDRY il02 E. Jackson Phone 102 The; Howard Harmony Boys, an Iol3 : quaftetl. returned Sunday morning from Kansas City where they: broadcast between six and seven over KMBC and during the Nigtithawk, Frolic htfur over 'WDAF Saturday night. The quaHet is composed of Paul Howard, Earl Stark, Irwin Christy', and James Christy. lOLA CASH & CARRY OIL CO. Alemotor Gasoline arid Kerosene Golden Drip Oil , We carry only guaranteed first grade products. High Test Gasoline. 13,6c Regular Gasohne. 12.6c Oil. 15c a quart 150c gal. in 5 gal. lots) Your patronage will' be appreciated E. P. SLACK, Mgr. At Olberding's Garage Phone 458 ; Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Fisk had as j their guests for the week-end Mr. and Mrs.-J. 6. McCarter and their daughter Miss Mary, and Mr. and Mrs; Frank M. fiurch and their son Frank Jr., all of Pittsburg. Mrs. McCarter and Mrs. Burch are sisters of Mrs. Flsk. end visit with Mrs. Leonard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Thompson. LEADS JAPANESE IN JEHOL DRIVE At last Saturday's meeting the I feature attraction was the: election } of new officers for the next . six i weeks, and here is a list of your hew officers: I Chief Mickey Mouse—^Mickey Mc- iGrath, i Chief Minnie Mouse. Evelyn Hop- iper. ! Sergeant-at-Arms—C. E. Russell; Marjory Stroup. Courier—George Slack. Cheer iLeiader-Tom Kelley. Color Bearer—Joe Trine. Song Leader—Bemice Jones. Next Saturday we will have two contests on the st.age, one for the boys and one for the girls. The boys Will have a harmonica contest, and the girls will from a pile of newspapers and pins attempt to dregs another girl. The girl making the' neatest dress wins. And don't forget that ne.\t Saturday is another bicycle day. 'We will give away the second of the bicycles to the boy or girl holding the most contest votes. Your votes may he secured from Fryer's grocery, the City Oil company and from the lola Milling company. , On the screen next Saturday the' feature picture will be '"The Western Code," starring Tim McCoy; Chapter 7 of "Jungle Mystery"; Mickey Mouse in "The Duck Hunt"; and "Microscopic Mysteries," a M-G-M oddity. This week In addition to the numbers printed In this column, three more will be on display at office. If j'our Mickey Mouse club membership card number corresponds with those in this column or the three at the box office you will be admitted free to this Saturday's show.*, Here are the numbers: 901. 147. 326, 518 and ^19. Commanding the Japanese advance toward Jehol province Is General Miyake, above. He holds the most important passes thru the Great WaU north of Shanhai- kwan, but has denied be plans to advance south of the wail into China proper. Miyake has virtually cleared" eastern Manchuria of guerilla forces, having driven several Chinese generals into refuge in Siberia. Further forces of Chinese irregulars are constantly assembling against Miyake's troops, however. ' Gloom Ct asers Meet. The Union Gloom, Chasers met with Mrs. Mable Shapel on Jariuary 5 with \ ten members, preJsent and visitors were Grai dma Shapel, north of lola, Lillian iouis and Beverly, Bertha Sherrill md two children, Mrs. Adanls, Miis Ruth Mnlch, Eunice Yasty; Ricliard add Shurlyan, Maud Minich, M -s. Minnie Shapel, Bessie Burton, eletta and Betty Shapel Marvin, Dortha' Pontaln. Dinner guests were Mr. Adams, Mr. Lewis, and Bob 3hapel. The next meeting wUl be with Mrs. Edith Schuster on Thursday of this week, January 19, 1933. As many as can members come for all day meeting. •Visitors are always welcome.—Mrs. A. o. Cornell, club reporter. CHEVALIER AND "LOVE BIRD" WIFE BATTLE FOR DIVORCE A decision Is expected soon in the Paris divorce case of Maurice Chevalier, stage and movie star, and his wife, Yyorme Valee, his dancing partner in the years before fame and fortune came. Each has asked a decree because of incompatibility. The Chevaliers, once .called the "love birds" of the stage, are shown above. | , . ~ i NEWS OF LAHARPE Relatives and Friends Gather to Help JVIr. and Mrs. Hammond Celebrate Golden Wedding. met Monday at tihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Hammdnd in honor of their fiftieth wedding anniversary.^, Mrs. Johnson, who has been quite ill the past few day-s at her home on North Main street, is Improving somewhat. ,. I NEWS OFMORAN Mrs. u. H. Pmisler Entertains laethoSist Missionary Society at Home West of Monm. (Mrs._0. H. Ford.) MORAK, Jan. 16.—The Women's Missionary society of the Metliodisti Episicopal church were entertained in their regular monthly meeting Friday at the home of Mis. H. H. Ponsler west of town. Following a covered' disb luncheon at the noon hour a program was giveii as follows: Devotionals, Mrs. H. H. Ponsler; lesson study, Mrs. Roy Love; Stewardship, Mrs. J. A. Andrews; vocal duet, Mrs. R. P. Brown and Mrs. Q. E. Lacey. Those present included Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Wil' liams and little son Richard, Rev. and Mrs. L. S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cox, Mesdames Charles Harrin, Robert Rogers, R. P. Brown, J. A. Andrews, Frank Rees, W. S. Wells, George Welch, M. C. Wheeler, K. Lacey, Roy Love and daughter Maxlne, and Mrs. Ouy Tredway of LaHarpe, Mrs. Agnes Rogers of Bronson. FViends art glad to know that both Mrs. Walter Lam and little daughter Joan who have been quite ill for several days are reported improving this: morning. |The union evangelistic services began Sunday evening in the Christian church. The Rev. N/ A. Peck gave the sermon instead of the Rev. Fred Oresham, pastor of the church who is yet confined to his bed with illness. No changes will be made with the! program that has Ijeen announced except that Mr. Gresham's "iservices will be conducted by the other two pastors. Mrs. Ernest C. Wil^n has charge of the chorus furnishing the music for the special services. The Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Peck left Montoy morning for Sliver Lake and sdll not return home before Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ann CVarher) Blakely celebrated her eighty-seventh birthday anniversary here Friday and was given a surprise birthday dinner by a group of her close friends at six o'clock that evening; Mrs. Blakely is quite well for one so advanced in years and lives alone doing her da^ tasks unaided.; From point of residence Mrs. Blakely, is one of the oldest in the community. Her husband the late S. CJ 'framer, was a pioneer merchant here and her memory of the early days remains quite vivid. Her many friends wish her continued he&Ith and happiness. The following friends were her birthday dinner! guests: Dr. apd Mrs. K. G. Kyger. Mrs. E. T. Holeman, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brouillard and Miss Floy McGlashani Miss Wiliabeth Harris, who teaches near Lane, Kas., spent the weekend here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. li. Harris, and sister Miss M. Lucilia Harris. The Rev. J. R. Williams occupied his pulpit in the church at Savonburg Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Oreen entertained their bridge club Friday evening with the following members present: Messrs. and Mesdames W. A. Cline, Rees Burland, Ben Pennington, R. J. Condermari, John Koppers. Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Harcl^rode,' Humboldt, were Sunday afternoon guests of Miss Mabel Ford. , Mrs. John Koppers and Miss Cecilia Koppers, Humboldt, were here, Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs, John Koppers Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Watson ai»d Marion Hildebrant. lola, were* here Simdaly for the services at the Christian church and were dinner! guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Man- nUig and theh- daughters Misses Ruth and Bettie. Moran fri^rids of Miss Marjorie Cook, Chanutie, were pleased to learn that she has been chosen president of the student council officers of the. Kaiisas'City Homer conservatory and college where she is majoring in music. Miss Mar- jorle began her musical career here and her advancements are always noted with much pride by her old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rees Burlasd, Miss M. Lucella Harris, and Supt. Ralph McCrary spent. Sunday In Pleasan- ton and Kansas City visiting relatives and IHends. • Mr: and'Mrs. Blynii Slhith and three son^ Murray, Doq^ld and - iRoger,, Garnett, were heri^ Simday guests of Smith's parents, Mr.- and Mrs. A. M. Smith. ,: Mr. and'^ Mrs. O. R. White and baby LeRdy, and Mr. and jMrs. Dee Henderson were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mri. Prank I4art6i. Keith, tlie Uttle. babe of- Mr. and Mrs. Randall Day wljo was seriously ill aibart of last week, is now much improved. I 5 1 1 1 Mr. and^Mrs. "Chuck" Brouillard and children Barbara .^pan and Rex Lee were ^Sunday guests -of Mrs. Brouillard^ -sister, Mrs. Dave Alderman atki family. ; I Mr. ahd'TiJrs. A. L. Martin visited Sunday In; Chanute at the;iiome of their dau^t'er Mrs. L. M.^ Chezem and family. The newjy Installed sbda fountain at the KoHh drug stoi|e is now in operation and Mr. Nortti introduced this new service to his jpatrons and friends Saturday with a ffee treat to all wha'called. ! Postmaster and Mrs. Ralpfi Martin and two spns Billy and Bobby visited Sunday at Blue Moimd 'with Mrs. Martjh's parents, Mr. ftnd Mrs. J. W. Casida. 1^ i Cal Hart; has purchased the tire shop formerly owned arid operated by Harry Humphrey an^ will continue the Ittisiness at its present location. ;•!.'. less «Byeffe cotds* ^ad less Jexpcase*»With Vleks'Plaa tor b«^r C«nt^-0t-Cold8. TOPREVEMT many Colds Cold : END a ioonar LAHARPE. Kas„ Jan. 18.—"Yim- mie Yorison's Yob", is the junior class play, to be given in the high school auditorium. January 27. It is a comedy drama in thi-ee acts by, Lilllam Mortimer, who also WTOte "Mary's Castle In the Air" and "The Path Across the Hill." both presented here within the last two years. The Bronson basketball teams •will! come here Friday evening to piay the LaHarpe teams. Rock has been taken from the Baker lot this week by Percy Yancey to" be put on South WasWngton street. , Mrs. Lester ,Knepp was In lola Tuesday' afterr|'oon on business. A. M; Recde. Cherokee.- Okla„ was in LaHari>e on business Monday evening. Ml', and Mi's. Frank Yesseii and Alpha Redfield. spent the week-end at their home here. Ml-, and Mi-s, Emmctt Hammer were In town last week iVlsllihe relatives and friends, Mrs, H. H, Brock. Tola, was in LaHai-pe Tuesday afternoon visiting Mrs, Roy Brock and family, J, T, Tredway, is ill with influenza, , i . Mrs, Morten Sherman entered the St, John's hospital ' Tuesday for treatment and examination. Joe Love has purchased a new i Chewolet. coupe. Otis Lambeth, Ida. was in town on business Tuesday. Rev. j. W. Howerton drove to the Faln'iew church Tuesday to preach the funeral services of a friend. Mrs. Geo. Siders,? Burial was made in the Fairview cemetery, Mrs, Henderson Mitchell. lola, was in town on business and calling oii friends Monday, afternoon. Harry Stansburj-, who has been spending the past week with his Pjarehts. Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Stansbury returned to his home in Neodesha, Kas., Tuesday. Mrs. Slans- t^urj' is somewhat improved. I Several from LaHarpe attended the program at the Memorial hall in lola, Monday evening. I Mr. Xjane, Olathe, was in town calling on business friends Tuesday ajfternoon. I Mr. and Mrs'. Miller. Wichita, are spending a few days with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Glazebrook, and Mr. and Mrs. Miller, north of town. JEarl Hunter. lola. was in town e^rly Tuesday morning calling on business friends. - ! And. he that will be servant of all. helper of most, by that very fact becomes their lord and .master.— I Edward Carpenter. i L. O. King. Fort Scott, was call- . ing on business friends here Tu«s- ! day morning; . ' ' A 'group of relatives and friends ONLY 82 PAIRS LEFT Women's Suede SHOES Black and Brown UP TO $6 VALUES NOW d»0 PER ONLY PAIR All Sizes HARRISON'S Bootery FLOOR MATS DEEP CUT PRICES Ford T, each 39c Ford A, each ....88c Universal, small cars p8c Universal, large cars .....98c Felt Undermat 49c ANDREWS & soli lola, 14 S. WasUngtonj Chanute, 215 E^t Main In The Good Old Days What Did Grandpa Dd? In the g-ood 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 everyone was satisfied. Why not do the same' thing now? Perhaps you have an extra bed but need a thair—why not: swap ' for it? JoneSj perhaps, has too many pigs but no cow—why not trade with Smith who has no pigs but has an extra cow? To help bring together just those folks who have too much of some things and not enough of other things The Register will start a SWAPPERS COLVMDN Thursday V January 19th ii^ith Special Rates Sor One Week To introduce this 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 willapply only on ads in the Swapper's Column and •wiU'be in effect,only for- one week-i-January 19 through January 25. Ads to start in the column may be; brought in anytime between now and Thursday noon. Bring in Your Ads Any Timel Between Now and January 25 to Get Special Rates—If You're Shrewd You'll Use the Swapper's Column. lOLA DAILY REGISTfiR PHONE is

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