Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 20, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 20, 1933
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lOLAi, KANSAS Wl H: Burtch of Humboldt and OUn|T. Biir^ch retiirncd Wednesday from; Miami. Fla.. where they, were called two weeks ago by the serious illne^ of their sister Miss Clara Burtlph. who is now a little im^ proved. —Ask your grocer for the 5c loaf .J. H. Gidney. roadmaster for the Santa Fe of Ottawa was in town Thursday on business. -For Prompt Taxi or Delivery Service, phone 410. Cory's Taxi. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. .Palmer left Wednesday for Rochester. Minn., ..^^^ B'"'-^'^ 'or me oc loai I ^.^ere Mr. Palmer will enter the . or?S -^ee ^Kd °''nla^^^^ for e_xamination, lola Bakery. i ' Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dean of Milo, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dean of Seminole. Okla.. v arrived yesterday called: by the death of their: mother Mrs.-Ida E. Dean. SPECIAL! SPECIAL: , Meet your friends at »I e e k • s POLLY ANN CAFE Same Deliciou.s Dishes. Best Quality. Also Siiecial Steaks and Chops,. Breakfast, Dinner, Supper THE TOT>A DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING, JJANUARY 20. 1988 13-plate Guaranteed BATTERY —S3.48, Exchange— Mr.«:. C. E. Stilwell and her daugh- • i ter Jean left yesterday afternoon for , their home in Winslow, Ariz., after j i a three-week visit with Mrs. Stil- i ! well 's brother E. W. Rogers and his i . _• • I family, who .reside southeast of j „ Jack McGinnis. proprietor of the |""^ I'eJatives in Bronson. j Cut Rate cleaners, went to Kansas A. H. DAVIS ELEC. SERVICE 202 N. Wash.—Phone 1379 City last evening on business in con- _nection .with the moving of his cleaning equipment to lola. according to W. R. McGinnjs, his brother. —Dr. H. L. Lacy: Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Dr. and Mrs. Emory R. Remsberg — of Alma City. Mich., announce the Teachers' Examination. i birth' Wednesday of a son. Dr. will be held in the Countv Supr i Remsberg is a son of Mr. and Mrk erintendent's^office January 27 Mnd ' S. R. Remsberg, who lire southeast 28; beginnmp at 8 a. m. Fee. $1.00.— of town Dolhe V. Adams, Co. Supt. Mrs. C. N. 'WUson returned yesterday from Elsniore where she has spent the past few days with her mother.. Mrs. Robert Zimmerman. —Dr. John L. Parkhurst. Deiitist, X-ray diagnosis. Mittelbach Bldg. Phone 303. Miss June Reade will leave Satur- i day afternoon for Colony where she ! will be a week-end guest of friends. | SELF SERVICE GROCERY Bananas,, nice yellow fmit. 5 lbs. 2Sc Oranees, Florida, ^ lbs 25c Apples, fancy Delicious, 4 lbs....25e Grapefruit, small 3 Cor 10c Medium .4 for 25c Grapes 2 lbs. ..... 15c Strawberries, frozen. Shortcake FREE ..25c Apples. Winesaps, 6 lbs 25c T. H. Stoddard, proprietor of the ' M. and M. grocery, returned last night from Topeka where he has been attending a board meeting of the Kansas Retail Grocers association. GOOD USED TIRES We have a lot of good used tires in various sizes, traded in on new Generals. Priced right and with terms. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff. Phone 80 HERMITS SEE WORLD* PREFER CAVES Mrs. Will Coleman returned today fromi Harrip where she attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs.i Margaret Novle. Any Size Window Glass Installed We want| to put In your new window and. door "t,' the frame will be checked, any wanted repairs made, or a new- one built. If It's Made of Wood We Make It lOLA PLANING MILL 404 North St. Phone 404 ! ONE-II.\LF PRICE OR LESS On Everything! FRANCIS DRUG STORE Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Morau will have as their guests for the week! end Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall and ; their daughters Letha Grace and j Lavon of Kansas City, who will 1 airl\e Saturday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Greene returned last night from a • three- week wedding trip to Arkansas and other points. Mr. Greene Is . the proprietor of the Greene grocery. FAIRMONT ICE CREAM Instantaneously your tongue de- ' tects the richness of flavor and smoothness of texture that have made Fairmont's Ice Cream outstanding among desserts. Individual Molds for Holiday Parties Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wilson enter- ; tained C. L. Alderman of Elsmore at dinner Friday. I n K-i,.ir 1, ' ^ —For mail .sub.scriptions or want J. B. Knlf. who has been confmed i ad.s for the Kansas City Star call to his bed jby illness the past week. H. J. Henderson. Phone 1161 IK improving but is not able to be up.. T\T%.,? Vi^U r!«;^ *«J Mrs. Kirk said today. . . ! ^ —Our rcjputation is your a."wur-• ance. Slcej)er Mortuary. • ' _i - ~ Mr.s. J. E. Ogdon. who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Oliver, the past few days, returned this noon to her home in Earlton. DON'T WAIT! Hl'RRY! Fvorylhing Goes ' Price or Less FRANCIS DRUG STOKE Sally Wliitc of Kansas Cit.v is ill with the flu at the home of her prandparunt.s. Sui )erintendont Mrs. A. M. Thoroman. Afis. Mary E. Fife arrived this afternoon from Independence for a wrek-end visit witli her son. R. F. Fife and hi.s family. RELIABLE OIL COMPANY Gives you 1 pal. of Gasoline FREE with each 5 you buy. Price 11c 13.5c, 14c Ira McGinnis & Son- 124 East Jackson ? BANKRUPT SALE NOW ON!! EVERYTHING ONE-HALF PRICE 1 FRANCIS DRUG STORE • Miss Beulah Wells will leave Sat! urday night for Colony to spend the I week-end with her parents, Mr. and iMrs. Henry Wells. PACE THREE >^ Free Methodist Church. (307 North Third.) Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m. Rev. Porter, evangelist, speaks tonight on- "Signs of His Coming." and tomorrow night "The Time of His Coming." Don't miss; these.-Attend services for next week:s announcements. Bring yoiir friends and come. REV. RICHARD TRAVER, j Pastor. First United Brethren Church. 9:45 a. m. Worship program. • 10:05 a. m. Sermon. 10:30 a. m. Sunday school classes. 11:15 a.- m. Dismissal. Junior Churcfi 10:05 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Intermediate ahd senior Endeavors. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Regular mid-week service Wednesday evening with choir practice following. ALBERT V. ROWLAND. Pastor. EARL KNOCK. S. S. Supt. Prful Bennett and Lorraine Stler- wait attended the Fox.People's thfc- ater of Chanute Sunday night. . Mr. A. L. Gemmlll spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Smith an^l family visited at the home of MJ-. Charley Smith and his mother. ^ Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman. Mf. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs called qn • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I Everltt an,d (family Saturday evening. 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Smith and. family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gem!mill and family, and Mr. Don Lov> spent Sunday with Mr. and Mri. Avon Doty and family~of stark. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs .and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Singer and fa;^- ily of Moran. ' Mr. and Mrs, P. A. Bergsten to<5k dinner with Mrs. Carry Larson ^f Chanute Sunday. ^ Church of God. (First and Neosho)Sunday school and morning worship- at the regular horn's, 10, and 11 a. m. Night service begins at 7:30 p. m. I Bible I study every Tuesday at 7 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting every Friday at 2:30 p. m. Everyone is welcome to our services. Frieda Neuenschwander. Simday School Supt. When hermits, all of whom have shunned civilization for at least 35 years, visited Omaha for a "convention." they .took a hasty look and'went back to their caves. At top is Henry Morris. 78. vice-president; left, "Dynamite Pete" ^verett. secretary, and right. Clar Watson, 91. president of "Hermits. Ltd." -Thoughtful of every desire: Waugh I Funeral Home. H. W. CoiJenirtg and his nephew Bill Copenin.? returned Wednesday from a b!usine-ss trip to Missouri. "FRANK SEZ": • You can free your car- from that tired feeling by filling it with Mobilgas and Mobiloil, then watch the difference in pickup. Frank Lawyer's Service Station Blacksmithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 In the evening Mrs. Stafford and IVerle, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boring — ; and two daughters, Mary Bess and Mrs. R. B. Warner left 'Hiursday i patricia Ann of Parsons called, afternoon for a short visit with her | -^^ Mrs. Harry Smoot and • I brother. H. R. Spicer and his fam- children visited after Sunday school ; ,ily. in Port Arthur. Texas. ; ^.j^h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .A. • i ~ D. Morrison of Allen Center. '. ( CRESCENT VALLEY Mr. and Mrs. H. Smoot, Mr. and • Jan. I7-Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wad- , Mrs Earl Roush and baby spent •ley and son Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Les-i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Iter Bonecutter helped Will Wad- Smith - lev's butcher Friday i kittle Maxine Oldston has re- |leys Duicner i-Tioaj. „^ inrixoA from the hospital in Fort !, ^'"^ Scott to be with her. father, Ed -Joseph Nold visited Sunday after-. Q,^^^^^ ^.^^ Mrs. Flor- noon at the John Herman home. \ ^^^^ smith and her son Mr Ora —Living Room Suites, new and Katherine Yockey returned today and Mrs. Clint Baker assist- j cn-ith .slightJy used. We trade. Curtis'. to Chanute after a two-day visit ^ ^ M Tt<,ir„,.v ,..!<i. .i^-f- i---• ' St. Tlmiothy's Episcopal Church. Celebration Holy Communion 9:00 a. m., ifoUowed by Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. ' R^V. CHAS. R. DA VIES. i Christian Church. The Christian church will observe "Educational Day" Sunday. Rev. Ernest Ham of Chanute arid Rev. J. Lee Relefqrd will exchange pulpits for the morning service. 6:30—Christian Endeavor services. 7:30—Evening worship. . Rev. Mr. Releford speaking. - Nazarene Church. (223 N. Sycamore St.) 10 a. m. Siinday Bible school, Mrs. Nellie Rand(;l superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship, the pastor will preach the sermon. 6:30 p. m. Young, People's society, Mr. Gaddis president. 7:30 p. m. Evening service, sermon, by the pastor. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening, something special. Extra Special: An all day meeting has been arranged for Tuesday. January 24. Dr. H. P. Reynolds, general superintendent (or Bishop) Rev. and Mrs. N. B. Herrell. Rev. Herrell is district superintendent of Kansas City, district. The Jenkins party, retiirned missionaries from Trinity Methodist Church. • Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Sermon at 11 o'clock on "Gratituc^e." Epworth Leagues at 6:30 p. m., with Miss Evadean Harclerode ' as leader of senior League. Evening service at 7:30. Theipe: "Contentment." "MJelting Pot" sbr- vice in morning ^\-ith offering'. of gold by members. Ladies' Aid will hold a box supper and program next, Friday evening at church. A joint quilt show with Gas City Ladies' Aid at hopie of Mrs. Flora Rlcketts. will be held on Tuesday. January 31. W. E. VAN PATTEN.. Pastor.; First Methodist Episcopal Churcli. Tht program for Sunday sen-ifes will follow the usual order wjth the Sunday schoor meeting at 9-;45 a. m.. morning worship at 11 a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. ni. a*id the evening church sei-vice at 7i33 p.m. The pastor. Rev. W. P. Wharton will preach the sermons for the day. • ; The annual meeting of the nominating committee will be held •• in the church study at 2:30 p. m. The committee members, the pastor.'as chairman, C. M. Funk. J. B. Kirk, W. A. Wheeler. C O. Bollinger. Frank Lawyer, Hugh Corr, Dwifht McCarty, Mi's. Adda Root. R. -B. Warner, L. H.; Wishaid,- A. M. Thoroman. C. jM. Thompson. Mrs. L. H. Wishard. Ira D. Keliey. ; . ThLs will be the last Sunday foil bringing in old gold and silver, for the "Crucible" offering. ; Presbyterian Church. ^ Sunday 10 a. m. Sunday school, with a place for you. .11 a. m. Morning worship. Mr. Snuffer will preach. His subject: "Sanctuary." 5 p. m. Meeting of the grade school and junior high Endeavors. 6:30 p. m. Meetinj? of the hifeh MJSS Wanda Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Readl? and and their daughter Ruth andG. P. Odor will spend Sunday with •relative.'; in Nevada. Mo. (-•with Miss Wilson's sister. Miss Otha Wilson. t— Maude McKinncy — In.siirance. Public Stenographer, and Notarv Piihlic. Phone 757. ' Mr. and Mrs. Corbett llionipson drove to Kansas City this morning on business:- They will retuiin S:it; urday night. ATTENTION! I wi.shby this means to request all persons owing the late Dr. P. S. Mitchell .to call and make payment at his former office. 1'- N. Jeff.. lola. ARTHUR L. MIDDLETON •Administrator I BANKRUPT SALE NOW ON!! EVERYTHING ONE-HALF PRICE FRANCIS DRUG STORE ) ed B. H. .Baker's with their lard: rendering Wednesday, i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fussman — j called at the A. C. Geffert home • :Sunday afternoon. „. ....... H^.- A-TTENTION FARMERSjl-;; Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Swearingen , cult to get rid of. : To introduce our new disc rolling . I ^g ^Q ^pjjnied Mr. and Mrs. Frank i jjr and Mrs. Ira Morrison and machine 3" „si;^^P !."d°j^ : I Giles of Humboldt to Kansas City j family visited Sunday with his un: Harrows for the special reduced ^ ^ Sunday. - o\..^ « : price of _ • . The boys who are raiding, the ; crows' roosts these dark nights are meriting the good wishes of those who chicken.s. Crows are one of their worst pc.sts and most diffi- Afrlca. Three services 11 a. m., 2 p. m., and 7:30 p. m. The public, is invited to these services, especial- ^"^ college Endeavors, ly would like to have all the mis- | „„I;^°, P'. ^: "S^^ sioiiary societies of the city.repre- '""'"'""'" * "* ' -- ' sented. M. R. BISHOP, Pastor. —20c per DUc— for 16" or less, untU February 15. : c. c. MCCARTY & SON 301 South St. Phone 216 : Mr. and, Mrs. Alan McFadden of William Heiman and Misses Mary' ^l ^^rrS^/""'' A- D. and Margaret and Miss Belle Kraus I of lola visited Friday evening at the J John Heiman home. 1 ' Mrs. McEwen and grandchildren spent Sunday at the H. A. Hanvood home. Mrs. Nora Williams left yestcr- ..„.,. day for her home in Omaha, Neb.,, „ ; Washington. Mo., will arrive this . after a week's visit with Mj-. and! '^rs. Will Wadley called • evening or in the n^orning for a : Mrs. George Menzie. who live south IA- C. Geffert home Monday. visit with Mrs. McFadden's par- | of town. —' ' " ents Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McDonald. CARLYLE Jan. 17.—Alta Dunlap. made a business trip to Topeka Tuesday, returning Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly drove to —S. B. A. Social Dance Friday : [ : r evening after lodge. ' Miriam Thoroman. a teacher! Bobbie Fife, young son of Mr. and in the Yates Center city schools, j R- F. Fife, who has been quite came home this afternoon j for a ; iH with bronchial pneumonia the; week-end visit with her parents, Su- I P^^t three weeks, is now able to be : perintendent and Mrs. A. M. Thoro- ! "f bed and about the house. ! man. 1 • — SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 13-plate Guaranteed BATTERY , —S3.48, Exchange-^- A. H. DAVIS ELEC. SERVICE 202 N. Wash.—Phone 1379 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker visit- i Emporia Friday evening for a week' ~ ' Perkiris ^"'^ ^^sit with Mrs. Kelly's sisters, returning Sunday evening. Everyone in the commtinlty is in- . —Studio Couches. Day Beds. Qual- • : ity Mattresses for less. Curtis Purn. ^ Mrs. A. P. Parker and her daugh- ' ter, iMrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. R.. O. j Harris, and Mrs. Harold Smith and ; . her sdn Harry Dean of Savonburg ' spent today with friends in lola. Buy your >t:\JESTIC RADIOS, • from the Authorized Dealer. We buy for less and • we sell for less!! Easy Terms—Free Delivery \V. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 LAST DAY—SATURDAY Any Suit, Cloak, Dress. Hat or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed ^_ 30c Garments accepted until 9 p. m. Saturday at this price SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 W. Mad.-:-Phone 797 ied Sunday at the Henry • : home in Humboldt. , Chester Moore and Floyd Brown i . : visited Saturday evening with Wayne i vited to attend a reception for our : Palmer. | new minister and his family Friday :| Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Willhite enter- night at the church. Each family '• tained the Lucky Circle club Satur- is asked to bring one pie and sand• 'day night. Three tables of cards iwiches for their own family, were formed and high scores for the ' . Mrs. Norman Lowe enjoyed a visit evening were made by Mrs. V. L. j with her sister and.:niece, Mrs. P. L. Leroy Runer, son of Mrs. Zula Runer, who has been ill the last week, is able to be- up again arid : i feeling much better. - J. M. Henderson, who has! been living on his farm east of More- iriead for several months, arrived yesterday afternoon for a few days' Slav at his home in lola. Any Suit,, Overcoat or Hat Cleaned and Pre.s.secji - .50c—- ! Mr. -and Mrs. J. L. Jemison will I have as their guests Sunday Mr. land Mrs. C.-H. Whitmore and their children Miss Margaret and Junior of Bronson. Mrs. Jemison is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore. ABLESON CLEANERS Phone- 105 1 Tomatoes, fancy, fresh, lb. Mangos, green Beans, fresh, green, lb. .. ~ „ l,j , J Mushrooms, fresh, lb.- ... •Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reynolds had • Leaf Lettuce. 2 lbs. . Jfc as their guest yesterday afternoon i Celery, large, crisp st#ks Mrs. Walter Wigeins of Neosho .<;quash, Hubbard, lb Falls.- . , SELF SERVICE GROCERY Cauliflower, nice while heads, lb.'12c j ' Lettuce, nice solid heads. 2 for.. .15c •Onions, fresh green, bunch 5c I Radishes. Red Breakfast, i ' 3 bunches 10c i ! Rhubarb, fancy, lb 15c i 1 Carrots, California, bunch 6c Potatoes, No. 2 Idaho Russets, pk. 21& .15c ..5c .10c .29c BANKRUPT SALE NOW ON!! EVERYTHING ONE-HALF PRICE . FRANCIS DRUG STORE Mrs. L. R. Johnson, colored, who was called here by the death of her cousin, the Rev. J. W. Gordon, w-ill return Saturday to her home' in Chicago. SPECIAL! On the Oil of Tulip Wood Permanents. Other penna- nents, $1.50 to $7.50. Cost of supplies governs the price, not style or service. Mrs. Crandall. Operator Call 905 WOLF'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Palmer and Will Ronsick. Dainty refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Endicbtt, Mr. and. Mrs. F. L. Swearingen, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ronsick. Mr. and Hawley, Parsons, and Mrs. H. L. Lemburg of Chicago last week. The newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Loomis. Ben Foster and friend Grace Cornell were dinner The Baptist Temple.' We will, have a special service on Sunday evening. The intermediate ; department of the' Sunday school has been studying the American Indian for three months. They will put on an all-Indian program of song, storj' legend, and ihis- sionary effort which has culminated in the establishment of Bacone College for the Indians. The pcist- ers and Indian village in the parlor win be well worth seeing. . The Current Topics club will have for its guest Monday evening the world-traveler Dr. Sutton of Kansas City. The meeting will be held in' the Tentple, and supiier will be served by our ladles at 6:15. PLEASANT PRAIRIE (Mrs. Ella Ponsler.) ; Jan. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. Charlgs Stewart spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harley McVey, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moss spent Friday with Mr.' and Mrs. Tommie Ma^. The men sawed wood. Miss Nola Moss ate dinner Mioh- day with her grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Bartlett, LaHarpe. y Helen Gwillim is out' of schtfbl with the chickenpox. W. A. Moss, and family, Harley McVey and family, and Tomniie Moss and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bartlett and Ray Bartlett in LaHarpe. Th^ women's foreign missionary society met Friday with Mrs. Ponsler for an all day meetirig. Fifteen members were present and two guests, 'Mrs. Guy Tredway, La­ Harpe, and Mrs. Agnes Rodgeis, Moran. Little Jerry Moss stayed Saturday night with his grandparents arid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moss arid Nola. Mr. and Mrs. Perl Baker eriter- tained Friday night Mr. and Mfs. Herschel Smith and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Harley McVey and family, arid Mr. and Mrs. Miles Templeman. '• Mrs. Ray' Love entertained the Suashine club "Thursday aftenjioph. Most of the members were pr(isent. Guests were MLss Grace-Ensming6r, Mrs. Howard Wade. Mrs. Dora Wade and Mrs. Dee Henderson. i: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierce .spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smith. |, Ruth Jean Smith went with Mr. and Mrs., Fred Pierce and Betty Jean to Osage Valley Sunday aftef- ' noon. • I • I A small ad ini the Classified (columns often puts over a hie deal.-- Mrs. V. L. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. j guests of Mrs. Loomis and family Homer Crook. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. j Sunday. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Will- j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers jhite. Mrs. Cora Burns spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Ole Olson in lola. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Willhite spent Monday at the Will Ronsick home in Humboldt. Mrs.. Mary Driskill and her daughter Miiss Luella Driskill, and Mrs. George Lynn of Neosho Falls, spent Thursday afternoon in Iol4. Miss Driskill is editor of the Neo• 15c ; sho Palls Post. and children attended a party at the Harry Dunlap home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gardner called at the Readel home Tuesday afternoon, January 17. Mrs. ^bucklie who has been ill Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bale were Sun-' with the flu was able to resume her day dinner guests at the R. V. Bale ] school work Monday, home. . j Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wingler .spent Mrs. W. L. Eastham and Mrs. Carl Sunday at the Roney home. Wright and son of Huniboldt called i Ethel Readel and children, Rex on Mrs. V. L. Palmer Mcinday after-; Wingler. Mr. and Mrs. Higginboth- noon. jam and Beryl visited at the Floyd Miss Clara Breiner spent Wednes- ; Higginbotham home Sunday after- day night with Mrs. Mildred New- noon. M^rs. P. Higginbotham who ton and they attended the play at has been ill with rheumatism the Cuppy school house. past four weeks does not improve • '• i verv fast. GOLDEN VALLEY ^""^ Everett Loomis spent Monday afternoon at the home of ...^lo. + nui ocucl- his father J. H. Seber visited Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Reistroffer. Jan. 17.-.Mr. and Mrs.ipaul Seber ;'«onaay aiternc s father J. H. Seber vS s„n-'i ^'i.f^^"^^"^*',^ "f^-^'S"?- Virgil Powell and Bill Foster were Sunday afternoon visitors at the XHTManbeck threshed kafir last I ^^^f^^°?i' Church of God In Christ. (North Buckeye.) Regular service being conducted by Elder J. Bradley and wife. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 9 p. m. Y. P. W.\U. at 6:30 p. m. Subject for debate tonight: "What is more Powerful, women, men, fire, or water." Preaching Saturday night, Eidor Cox of Tulsa, Okla. Expecting Elder Matthew, the trombone, and his band of saints from Parsons, also Elder 'Riisskw Pastos from Fort Scott Sundiay night. You are welcome. Bring your Bible. M. RUSSAW, Pa.stor. MARY HOWARD, Scribe. pastor's topic: "An Ancient Cinderella," a character-study. Tuesday. 6:30 p. rii.' meeting of : the Fidelis Guild in the church. B2 i sure and bring your thim'oles.- '; 1 Wednesday. 6 p. ni. Meeting of the Alpha and Beta Circles in the church.- , 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer service. The leader, Mrs. Beatty Ray. , Thursday,; 2:30 p. m. Meetings of ! the V/orking society. ; ~lst Div. at the home of Mrs. DaJ- gamo. 202 N. Elm. 2d Div., at the home of Mrs. Christ Troutwlne, 819 N. Washington. :id Div.. at the church, in the Guild room. n 4th Div., at the home of Mrs; Paul Klein, 315 S.' Cottonwood. This Sunday and the next are the closing days for the Crucible offering. Anyone having any articles of old gold or silver, discarded trinkets" or ware, and who is unable to come-l to the church to make the offering; in the Crucible, please call Mrs. Spangler, who will see that it is collected. Gas City Methodist Church. Morning service at 10 o'clock. Sermon on "Gratitude." Sunday school at 11 a. m. Junior League at 4:30 p. m. Senior League at 6:30 p. m. The Epworth League will conduct a food sale this Saturday at the M. ard M. store. W. E. VAN PATTEN, ' Pastor. MT. PLEASANT Jan. 18.—Mr. Luther Everltt has returned from visiting his sister, Mrs. Ed Knapp of Scammon, Kas. Mr. .and Mrs. Tom Leatherman an,d family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dey and Alex. Mr. and Mrs.' C. E. Enos and family spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Manson and family.; . Howard, Gene and Kenneth Inman spent. Sunday afternoon with Joe Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enos and family spent, Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. >Enos.' Mr. and Mrs, George Roedcl and. Bornlce spent Sunday evening with Mt. and Mrs. H. Minor. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman .spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Everett and family. Lucille Everltt and Nell Howard were shopping in Chanute Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were shopping week for John Stuteville: JOI^I^'M^ .e^T^SS^ ^^e^lS ^d^^ beck and Harry Smoot. ..12c . ..4ci Mr and Mrs Gporee Wart Tnio ^^"'^^ "^^'^ ^^-^ °" the dinner. Mr and M 1^ WirYounf-c'"- Will Mealey and Kathryn Hariing spent E. are entertaining the flu this week. Mrs. R. H. Klein and her daughter Ruth of Ottawa, were Thursday of Mr. and Mrs " Klein. SL\NY FIXTURES FOR SALE And .Ml Merchandise —at— FRANCIS DRUG STfl guests M. J. CUT-RATE CLEANERS Phone 775 RE Miss Ruth Dean, proprietress of Ihe Shamrock Inn. has opened a ' beauty shop over the Inn. Miss Dean "has had a number of years experience in beauty work at Springfield, i Mc, and LeRoy. She will be assist- i -proved that Sunday, not Saturday, pd by Miss -Beulah Wells, former | was the true Sabbath. He was 80 operator at Hutchinson, in running years of age at the time of his -the business. death. The death of Rev, SamueL W. Gamble, which occurred December I 29. 1932. at Long Beach. California, i .s reported In a copy of the Press- Telegram of that city recently received by The Register. Mr. Gam- : ble was a Methodist preacher who ' scn-ed congregations in LaHarpe. '; Golden Valley and Diamond back ' ' in the early 1890's'. and who is af- i i fcctionptely" remembered by those • , who knew him then. In his later ; I years Mr. Gamble devoted much • time to work on a proposed 13- _ . month calendar and became inter-iRollickers will broadcast a musical nationally known through articles, j program Saturday night from 7:45 pamphlets, and books he published |to 18:30 over KGGF poffeyville. in- on the subject. Mr. Gamble made j stead of Sunday night as stated in . ——-•—.-l^gj night's'issue of [The Register. Not an unknown cleaner but a native lolan. In the business 18 years. Work done in lola. Fully guaranteed. We expect to continue prices- which - the public has long deserved. Any garment 39c .j two for 75c Why pay more? j Sunday with Mr.- and Mrs E r,. . , ^ ^ • . ^ ' Miner ^. A large crowd charivaned Mr. George Yeager ate supper and ! ^fl.'^'^- Thursday MlTd^^ctrr^Ha^^^p.^- r^^- -^^^ • i kins "^^ "-"^^ I Piaua Sunday afternoon. ;! Little Francis Baker, the 15- Little Elaine Wright has been : {month-old baby daughter""o"f Mr '"^^ "le past few days : and Mrs. Scott Baker. wS very in ^,?''^?jt °i J?" o^'^rioaded truck : i last week with flu nnd nn <.,;^^„io 1 Wright had to leave part of hU : but \rmuch 'bett"r now P"""' >oad of furniture at Sterling Kas. Mrs. E. H. Manbeck spent Mon- '"etu'-nGd to Steriing Monday to day afternoon with hor^ L^r. • ^^ayXlig' ^° "^""^ ^""^ Mrs. Gimlin. The dtstrict 5imprint.or ,H„«f r>„.. ! •Javeaux visited with Mrs. Kqar ^i^JrTaTr^^^^ ^ffer^n^'''^'^''^^" ^^'^"^ church Sundafvevenlng. January 29 i ^"^s^ay aiternoon. Everybody invited. ' Orvllle Swinford and trie Rythm a profound study of the ancient Hebrew calendar and claimed It Members of the orchestra are Mrs. Heber Ransom. LaHarpe; Ted F \)w- ler. Moran; Ralph Jones. Colony; Gordon EUlott, Marion Odor, J. T. Klinginsmith and Louis Banman; ' Ira Morrison Is suffering with a; .-t/C tiWlCU Hm^ f?r.!'!^i''...''^*=^_,^^"'=^ heavy WMUn Df{Qp rock while making a pond. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastwood entertained Sunday for their son i and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Everette j Eastwood, her sister. Miss Wise of Nebraska, their daughter and hus- ban(l, Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Stafford. . . . Real Throat relief! Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES -.BAD :BREATH First Church of Christ. Scientist. Sunday Services 11:00 a. m. _ y Wednesday evening meeting 8:00 jj, chanute Saturday. J ^ , ^ Howard Bangs, Ollideen Sherwalt. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. The reading room at corner of East and Sycamore streets is open daily from 2 to 5 p. m., excepting Sundays arid legal holidays. "Truth" will be the subject of the lesson sermon in all churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, January 22nd. Golden Text: Psalms 57:9-10. I will praLse thee. O hord. among the people: I will sing unto thee among ^ the nations. For thy mercy is great j unto the heavens, and thy truth unto the clouds. i The public is cordially Invited to •; attend the church services and to \ enjoy the privileges and to make use of the reading room. Firemen know that Vnfiueiitine stops agonizing pain and helps heal without ugly scars. Ask your cfniggist for the red-and-ycllow tube, 50c. Do You Know That the Canal Zone, a' United States military reservation, has an area of 553 square miles, including land and water.— .: and-— That station attendants at Texaco Certified Station have to a rigid examination on the greasing and care of your car before he Is permitted to hold his position. Clark Gilbert passed this examination with a score of 93 per cent and none of our attendants fell below 96.4 per cent. Have your car greased and cared for by those who know how. CITY OIL CO. p. C, DuUea, Mgr. Washington and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO ''GLOBE'S" Semi-Annual Shovel i *Em Out SALE! • ' • ! • - i I: now on—save [ on Meal's and Boys' Clothing ...and... Furnishings SEE PRICES IN THURS-. DAY'S REGISTER- tSLOBE Clothing Coi CORRECTION! Due to a transixisitlon of. lines In our advertisement- yesterday two Items were Incorrectly worded. They should have appeared as below: . \- LADIES' SUEDE SHOES $1.49 All .suede .shoe.s includedi Also some kid. Pumps,' Straps and Oxfords. Sizes 3 to 8. Lilwin's Regular P8c ! WASH FROCKS; 69c The best frocks that caii be bought for 98c. Only • 69c for clearance, i : "•APHLY OtfTFITTEW IT WINS DEPARTnENT STORE

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