Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 14, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 14, 1927
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1 THE^TOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENBTGrDECEMBER 14,1927. ' ~' V , PA'GE THREE Mr. and Mrs., "W.-E. WlnR, who have -be^ Visiting: Mr. and Mrs Ray OHrer, have returned to Texas where, they will make their home. : Chicken Dinner and Bazaar • V. B. Churih Thursday, 35c. Mrs. Tom Norse and children of tHumbaldt, Were visitinK in lola yesterday.. ! ^ Elks^ Attention. —Regular, lodge meeting 8 p. m tonight. Frank McCarthy. E.R. Nate Link, of the Link Chemical Company, of Emporia, was a busloesB visitor in Tola yesterday. —Perfume Sf^ts, jPerfuraes, Compact*, Atomizers. <jtc. Cook'.s. Marilyn Tucker, daufiliter of Mr. and Airs. Warren Tuckpr, of 624 South CoHonwod streot.. is rt'- ported ill of the flu. A Dodge four with a Rex top Jtas Ijeen purchased by the county foj^j use by the sheriffs force. —Wiy not, give her a new Electric Light Flxtnre for Christmas? IC C. Electric and Plumhing Co. • The LaHarpe unit of the Women's. Farm Bureau is meeting this afternoon,at the home of Mrs. Geo. Roe in LaHarpe. Officers will be elected at the meeting and work in color jand design as applied to dress accessories is being taken — is not'complete nntti you visit the Palace Barber Shop on Kclloy street. Officers were elected by the Star Valley unit of the Women's Farm Bureau yesterday. The new officers are: Mrs. Beattic Ray, president: Mrs. F. S. WlUenberg, vice- president; Mrs. Frank Barth, secretary; aiid Mrs. M. B. Landis, reporter. We know Bakery Products are good. But Have Von Tried Ouri?? VAN HOOZER-S. B.P. O. E. Social Club J Card Pdrty - Tl>iirsilay, Dreentber IT. .•It Cliib Rooms. . Phone Jlrs. E. K. Lvmi. 81.'!, or Mrs. J. O. .Mittelhacli! i:iCO. ' Mis.s Goldie Mason is here from Kansas City, Mo., lo remain over -the h<'l'days with her mother, Mrs. Mary Mason and sister, Mrs. Bert Wagner, and ' Mr. '\VaKnpr, 508 South Walnut street, j Greeting Cards, also Seals. Tags and Wrapping Paper at Cook's. Allen Copnty friends will be grieved to ;iearn of the death of Mrs. Jj. E. DeHavep, nee Miss Etta Alford, at her liome in Denver, Colo., on Deceml»(=!r 4. Both Mrs. DeHaven and her husband •• vcere-iTpr a .number of years popular and efficient teachers-Of Allen County and will be remembered by many old ifriend.s. Mr. and Mrs. Earl BurreU apd daughtet, EUiabcth, of Muplc Citj, Kansas, who have been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E<l Elliott, returned home today. —^•erv. best , Permanent Waves for J.'i.OO' until Christmas. North Side Barber Shop. Phone 6'". Mrs. Ktfa '.Velvin went (<i Cof- feyvllle on the noon train in response to a telephone call' this morning telling of (he illness; of her granddaughter, Sara Fields. —If you want to buy or build, city or suburban property. The lola Building & Loan Association will make you a loan, low Interest rate, no commission. See G) 13. Pees. Secretary, at old^Uegister building, southwest corner of square. > Mrs. Chas. B. Kessler, of I.ake Worth, Fla., who has been hern for the past three "months, started for her home this 'afternoon. Mrs. Kessler is a sister of the lat« Charles Marsh. —2'.fc lbs. Liggetfs assorted Chocolates for. SSic. Cook's. Cus Howard, who is working In the oil fields near Toronto, siwnt Sunday and Monday at home. —By mutual consent the firm of HunKcrford & Liuurock, known as the City Kxchcngo. is this day ifis- solved. .Mrs. I.uvcoc-k coiitihuing the liusiness in -tlu' building formerly occupied by Olten's Bakery, and assuming all liabilities—Hungerford & Liucock. %lX- and Mrs. W.- A. Wilson, of CiillUcothc. Mo.. Avho bnv.; been vlsitlnj:- .Mr. WHson's sisrer. .Mrs. L. (:rit(<.)n and family, of 204 .Vorth Walnut street for two weeks, today for St. Joseph. Mo. where tliey .will visit . before returning home pnnrrril ni Mr'. Tra«K | Mrs. R. L. Hart of 814 North Tha funeral services for Mrs.; Washington avenue, wbo has been Rliz ;i &eth Travis, motlier. of Frank confined to her Ijed with flu and 1M. Travis, will he held .at the neuralgia for thei past week, w^as left |s.eei>i>r ^t-rii<f- hiW >m riiBav jiftor-' reporfed better today, noon -at. 3 .o'clock with the Rev, - ' _ 4. t.»f\ ;-)t| J. ,,)liii>;. . !.,.>- ' • >i laKwill be in the lola crnulciT. • •i^Dr. L)iry K. I'oUon. Chiroprac tor. NortJirup Blug. Phone .126. Mrs. ('l>-ui Sbit-liis \yi\ this aftor- noon : for rbiH«''olh<' M-^ . r-illfii ther^ by the serious illness of her, jMr. and .Mr.-;. Lesii? Baker and- mother, .>ir.s. Mizanetu ttia«-Kouni.' family spent Sunday with relatives in ('hunute. -^"Van's Broad." good as ever. —For P«>sl Estste Loans see the ^V.. Uoli-fs h: •••'Har.' .sales- Security Bids. & Loan. Assurlation. ' man,, of 408 South Walnut street,! lOlH. KK . Office in First Nath Bank. 1 spent the week-end with his fam- 1 ; illy. Mr. and .Mrs. Ronald Andersori. of 701 East .Vadison avenuje. were week-end business, visitors in Kansas City. SAME PRIC£ £or over 35 Years , —nr \. rt Tw*-''oll. Osteopath, j New .Globe Bldg. Phone 191. •toh "'-t:i S!'.n-rirt. dai'Phfn- of —We pay fiT on Full Paid and j Mrs. ."C. J. Stewart, of 516 North Installment Stock. The best invest- 1 Walnut street, wlio has bpen ill •ment. the best method to save. Sernrlfy nidir. k Loan Association, |'•"Ported beit.-r. lola, Kiinsas. of iii'ptlieria for the past week, Is KG BAKING POWDER .VrS.l Blanche Barnes atid Mrs. .Marie Pice, of .Moran, wero guest.s today nf .Mrs. Lelia Weaat .'',20 South IValnut street. —Dr Montgomery, Chiropractor, lola L undry Bldg. Phone L-^S. : -Mr. ind Mrs. (lias. E. May, who j drove i« Kansas City Sunday, called thefo by the illness and death of Ihe formei-'s fiilher. J. \y. May, j arrivtnl home this-afternoon. — Be snre lo see .less Howard's disi>lay cif bicycles.,tricyc-les. scooters, coaster wagons and K>ddie- Kar.s. .The ideal gift for the kiddies. Geo.i Malcom, of near I.aHarpe, was a visitor in lola yesterday. —Comb, Brush and for ladie.s; Bru.sJi and for men. Cookjs. Aliri Sllav rror Sets ing Sets Miss Sarah Dooliftle,-a student at Senior high, who has beeii ill since'Sunday, was able: to return to school this morning. Miss Do6- llttle lives at the north end of Oak street. ! .fudge C. L. Wliitaker is in receipt of a letter from one of his Ohio cousins, Mrs. May E. Baiigh- man, enclosing newspaper clippings giving an account of the celebration of the iOOth birthday anniversary of her father, Washington L. Duvall. Mr. Duvall Is an iinrle qf Judge Whitaker. his mother's bi*other, and was )orn' November 2.1. 1S27, on a farm in Muskingum county. He has lived in the county ever since' e.vcept for four years of service in the I'liion army. After the war ho walked to Kansas, not because he was out of funds but'as a soldier he had pot tised to walking and ho liked to ramble around.' lie probably cfinu- here to yisit his sister, .ludge Wbltaker's mother. The latf ler lived to be 80 years old so there is a ffne inheritance of longevity in the family. Judge Wbit- aktr Is already issuing invitations for his hundredth birthday party! Chbken ' Dinner and Bazaar ' V. 11. Church Thursday. IC .i. Chariottf! Smith, of Pea Ridg.. Ark. who has "lieen visiting her sister, Mrs. Gus Howard and family, have returned home. • F. L. B. I.EAVELL, M. «. « • Special attention given DIs- • • eases of Colon and Rectum. • Electro-Physiotherapy • • Office lola State Bank Bldg. • • -^Phones—147 and "Or> T The members of ihe Horvillo 4-H Community Club will be guests Saturday of .E. Vanllyning. of the Kelley Theater, and Geo. 1... Williams. ciri-ulati(ni manager of the Uegister. The projects studied by this club are baking, poultry, dairy, swine, cprii and gardening. The members are: Violet ' Mannon. Lowell Hufford. - Willett Gril'fin. Roy .Monfort, Grace ('alihvell, Rnth Harmon, Hampton Rice, Harold Denning. Guy Baker, Merrill Baker, Leslie Caldwell. Charles Caldwell, Ixjis, Drehcr. Rose Dreber, l>aw- rence Kunkle. Unvn Kunkle, Freda Monlort. Grant .Monfort, Helen Monfort, Gertrude Pennington, J. li. Rice. Charlfs Syverud and .Mildred Wilson. —O L. Cox. M n. •, Specialist, Eye. Ear, Nose rind Throat. Mr.'. R. .\. Sherwood went toj Kansas (Uy loilay to visit .Mr.".! .1. .M. Leseiicy lor a few <la\s. | .Mrs. Frank Coonfivld, of .Mildri'd. ] underxvinl an ai>i>i'>"l<'rloiiiy niura- tion, tJiis niorniiir- ;ii .Si. Johns ho.s- nilal. • • Guaranteed Pure use less than of higher priced brartds MILLIONS of POUNDS USED: BY THE GOVERNMENT: )Vo arc c.xflii.sive denl- crs for Moe-Bridges Ligrhting" Fixtures for thousands of miles Buick for 1928 com&ines exquisite beau ty with unmatched get*away, power and handling case. Step into our showroom today and select the model which is best suited to your ' family's needs. Pay on the liberal G. Ipl. " A. C. time payment plan. We'll make delivery on Christmas day—or whenever you prefer. ristmai SCHNELLttOTORCOMPANir 111 E. Madison J WHEN BETTEIt AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BinCK WILI Phoiie 252 BUILD THBM —Dii. -S-ray.j .7. T. Reld, Phone 3.-.7. Surgery and EVENING WHAPSi .Should be cleaned lr<'(in<nl- Jy to protect your traiKiJtv goKHamcr party drccses. Phone 10r> AWeson fleiiners Harplil Landis arrived home Sunday night from .Morrill. Kan• sas where he has bi -t -n Since Sep- .t em her 8 with his auijt. Mrs. E. .'J. and fainH.v. .Morrill Is .due north of Ida and Is lo(^aled , deven miles s<f(ith of ; the state .'line. The theromeior stood al 10 r and 12 below zero all day Wetlnes- • day' of last week, and'at <!.below w ,.Suntlay when be left ih<re. t • • * » • . i Mrs. L. Gritton, who ha.s been quite ill at her home. :;i)4 North .WtilnHit street, is reported h BiSKETBALL TOMGHT Jferchanfs BIdir., Fair Gron^ds CHANUTE CITY TEAM j vs. lOLA • 1 ' • • Admission, 3Sc; Students. 1 Game at }* p.'m. - jir. R. S. WalUs, ofthci Ka^nsas Leaguo of .Muniuipalities, ami Mi. W. j. Welfelf, City' .Managei at Winfield, have l>een in lola a day or two. in connection with jihe survey wliich is boing niade thru igli- out thft state :of miinifiiially < ivn- ed gas_ plants. There are sevt n of thJjso in Kansa-s: Winfield, I ow- ard. Neodesha, Chanute, Huitib )ldt, lola and GarHett, and the purJ )ose ot fhe'isurvcy is to Ii am the iv od m which the vari lus plants^ bandleji and fto ob leth- are aiii economic Btatistijcs with regard to them. Mr. •Welfeft, by tho; way. is per taps the "hliihest paid city manage • in : Kansa .4, "receiving a salary Of 12,- OOJ) ajyear for; looking after the bnsineiss of Wfnfield. ' .-t.s he has held tliat offico and has been paid that sfilary .several years, ilie people of j Winfield evidently consider hfm ajgood investment. C OLDS I of head or chefetare more » sfly i UAHtedexternaUywith— '0v»rI7 Million Jan V—J Ym, tier. — Every woman, man and ichil'T pets a souvenir Thursday a| the City Exchange in building formerly occupied by Ott>^n's Bakery. ' Mrs'. Nellie Hoffman went to Petrolia today to spend a few days with her daughter. Mrs. Ben Caldwell and family. —Give-her a I'ir-nia.'ient Wave for Christmas. Siniial i>vice, ?5.00. .Vofth .Side R.-irber Shop. Plio. 637. Gift Suggestions For Christmas ; Bath.RobeH I Fancy Pajam':i.s .Whirls Sweaters Initial Handkerchief.s' lieUs, in fancy boxes Tics in fancy boxes Mufflers Fancy Silk Sox Fancy Wool Sox Su.spen .derK GJovfcs Silk Handkerchiefs Cips Hats Overcoats IJoys' 0\-ercoats Lumber- Jacks Barclay-Shields Clothing Col ^^^^ >«jiib^/ YOUROlFTTOHfR IGHTING FIXTIHES, lamps and cban- dclicrs arc novel and acceptable Cbi'ist- mais pifts. A neiv lj{diting fixture for any room in tlie hoose i« a delightful gift and is certain not'to be, duplicated. £llaborate fixtWes for the living room, day light fixtures for llie Hhrarj-, novel l^jnps for Bua parlors, and new kitchen fixt^cs^are ataong the many kinds of lighting ornaments on display at reasonable priccsi Jones Electric Works .S Jackson Phone 192 Man Meeds MEAT! Man eat.«; aivijna vegetable foot .s. Tl vegetarian aninal has digestive y stem d siiisned, to hantile bull^ a foods in quantjity. TAe digestive/;3pparatus 6f ^man requires hat part of ;his food be concentrated and fof I nimal or- jif-igin, such a.s mpat. M. & M, MARKET Meat That Yok Can Eat add e ware mm For Your Health's Sake Y pU are especially inVited to visit our store during a deiEhonstration of the famous Battle Creeic Sanitarium Health Foods. ^ MISS JUDITH ESTILIi A food exbert, trained in Battle ^ Creek methods, qucdified to pve ^ S you information and answer 9 questions regarding foods and food values, will be m our store Each day new delicious dishes will be featured arid you will be given a recipe booklet telling how to prepare them. You will receive samples and booklets. ALL THIS WEEK .:ii.:vJ' ii ...... "Her Gift" PIANOS Think of the mainy win- tor evenirig.s when 'She- will plaiy your favorite mu.sic whfle you stand by in .silent delight! Deferred payments may be arranged. New Grand Piano $650 New Piano-Player $245 NewUpright • Piano $295 fohnY Robert You want your gift, to convel a eomplij- m^nt to jher chariit, her love of beauty, her refirementv Let It be a De Vil- Perfumizer of Peiifuime, light, dainty, decorative- and'ul as well. Some of thorn ar6 to be had in beautiful silken lined boxes. ; I for them at our' Toilet Goods "fcoun-, ter. K.ti/X <iLt Star* PHONE 67 Your Christmas Drug Store Finr I.rafiiir GMKIS arr ip'ff.^ irhich ddiyht not - nnhj 0)1 ChrMmaU .\I{tr}} bxt vri;nj dnij for many years to come. / IVe hare av vmmially affrhctirc a.'i.'iortmPnt at prirci H-hlch are very jiioder^tel A FEW SUGGESTIONS Bill Folds Address Books Card Cases ' ' > • Memorandum Books ; Purses , Match Containers Cigarette Cases • Cigarette Lighters / BROWN'S DRUG STORE j ^ THE NYAL STORE '4

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