Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 26, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1933
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TOLA, KANSAS ^"i-rTTrT'--ti-irnrT- »., James Stewart, young son!of Mr. ' and Mrs. C. J. Stewart, la recovering ' satisfactorily alter having nad his left :arm broken when he fel^ while - playing during reces.s at schoql Monday morning. —Kathrjn Clevcnger Beautly Shop is giving a manictire Free with ever>• .shnmpoo and finger wave, 50cJ Phone 729 for appointment. Mrs. George Sherwood wpnt to i Kansas.City Thursday afternoon for a visit with relatives. Expressive Table Serricjes Good taste, refinement and the love of beauty in the home are expressed by fhe China and . Crvstai to I be found in the SH.4XNOV HARDWARE Phone 29 Ralph Abbott will arrive Harold Stanley is spending a week in Fredonia. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Earnest E. Brown, carpenter, who has been ill the past two or three months, is reported to be in a critical condition today. THE lOLA DA !LY REGISTER, THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26. 1933. DO YOU KNOW? Each day many new customers are turning to Metk's POLLY Ais'N CAFE They have learned that good food is served and that we offer-this delicious food, at a low price. Mrs. R. B. Warner returned Wednesday afternoon from Port Arthur, j Texas, where she had spent the Satur- I past week, with her brother H. R Mr. and Mrs. W. M. ttTells and their datighter Miss Joseiihtoe left today for Kansas City v^ere Mr. Wells will attend a = lumberman 's convention and Mrs. Wells! and Miss Josephine will be guests of Colonel and Mrs. R. T. Nkfiols at the Muehlebach hotel. FREE SHORTCAKES This Week Only! With each pnrchase of one paxihd of Fairaont's Frozen Fruit At your favorite Grocer Mrs. Homer P. Goodwin returned Tuesday: to her home in Kansas City after an' overnight visit with i her sister Mrs. Jesse Chase and her family. Mrs. Chase accompanied her home for a week's visit. .SHER>yrV-WIL,LIAMS Paint!*—Enamels—Varnish ' Price .and Less FRANCIS DRud STORE Attorneys G. R. Gard and Steh- tey Toland rfetwmea evenffig from a three-day business" trip to Yates Center, Bnrllngton, and Topeka. —A. R. Chambers. M. ^ Office Mlttelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Miss Minnie Feebler, Allen county home demonstration agent, will leave Saturday evening for Erie :Where she will be a week-end guest of Miss Sarah Jane Patton, Neosho county home demonstration agent. day evening from'Kansas City for a • Spicer and his familv. week-end visit With his sisters. Miss —Ladiesi See the new Spring Hats | at Edwards Millinerj-. Gle.ssnor Abbott and MrsJ E. O. Potherlin and her family, and her brother. Earl Abbott. • .^^^ ~ ,j ^ Mis-s Addle Southard arrived -Dr. Mitchells 1932 PontiacCoupe ! ^'^^ ^^-^i^f^^^f^^^f 'J}' for .sale. Anyone interested see Ar-' f"*^^^ °} i^^^ ^}^^"^- J'*>- thur L. Middleton. Admr: j ! ^o"" her family, and Mi-s. Ivan _ i .Grieve and Mr. Grieve. .Mrs. A. R. Kinman of Gas City, ATTENTION! I wish by this means to request all persons owing the late Dr. P. S. Mitchell to eaU and make payment at his former office, 14- N, Jeff.. lola. ARTHUR L. MIDDLETON Administrator Mrs. J. M. Copenlng, Mrs. Alvin Alexander and her daughter Billie Jane, and Mrs. Ralph Copenlng and Jfier daughter Sally Ann, visited yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. M Copening's niece Geraldine Grizzle, who is ill at her home in Humboldt. H.A. McDown of Colonv. and Mr •; and Mrs. H. F. Skinner will leave ' >;FrtdaV morning for Clinton.! Okla..l I called by the .serious illness of their ! brother D. M. McDown. "I ....... ........ .T. . Evtra Good Gasoline llr per Gallon • All Ta.\-Paid^ Our Saturday Six'fiai: One Gullon FREE with I'licli 5 you buy-^'any grade KELIAKLE OIL rO>f!'ANV Ira .Mi 'Ginnis A Son r.M Kas-i Jack.s&n BEDROOM SUITES Beginning at S29.5fl xre carry a romplete! line of bedroom furniture with over twenty suites to choose from. Trade |in your old for jiew! Easy Terms—Free Delivery \V. H. WOOD FINE FLRNrTURE 302 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 '• Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith had a.s I their guests yesterday afternoon ' Mrs, Anna B. Williams of Long ! j Beach. Calif.; Mrs. Alionburg o'l ' Channte, .nnd Pprene Dobyns of ! Vates Ct -nter. Mrs. K. Tholen and > Mrs. G. C. Huber wore also 'guests ; of- the Smiths. Tommy Shannon of Yates Cen- jter is visiting his grandparents Mr.! I and Mrs. T. B. Shannon. TE.VAfO PRODUCTS A.>|,-D SERVICE Goodrich Silvertown Tires Used Cars Bought and Sold ; We uill appreciate yoor patronage L. H. REYNOLDS TEXACO"" SERVICE STATION I ' 301 AVest St. Phone 423 I The remodeling and redecorating !of the Star cafe has just ;been com' plctpd. ' -Final Clearance of Winter Dresses. Just 16 Wool Dresses, values to S4.95 to dose out Friday and Saturday. $1.00 each. Only 24 Silk Dresses, sizes 14 to 40;. values to SlO.OO-r-if you can be fitted buy them for $2.95 each. The Style Shop. Mrs. Metta Boots arrived last evening from Kansas- City for a \-isit with her daughters. Misses Helen and Thelma Boots, and her son, Henry Boj)ts. Ikfi&s SQda Stelby te oanfla«i to bed «y VSatfsb. —Quality merchandise at reasonable prices. Sleeper Mortuary. Tlie exterior of Hennlnger 's Is being repainted. —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Diagnosticum. Phone 120. Ml-, and Mrs. Joseph C. Jones announce the birth Tuesday of a.6- pound daughter whom they have named Martha Charlene. J— Always desirous to oblige. Wangh F|uneral Home. George Slack, who has been quite ill with the flu the past ten days, is somewhat improved, his brother E. P. Slack said today. CHECK YOtJR B.%TTERY And you'll avoid being stalled out in "ho man's land" because of a dead battery. Batteries tested free of ctavge Low prices on new p*ates SHELLY MOTOR Ca 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 EXPECTED TO BE r ISLANDS' RULER PAGE THREE Mrr. Artdio Kr.isinger and Mrs. 4 H. B. Kiv-'^liigcr wi-nt to Port Scott ^ yi 'sliTtinyto vi.sil Mrs. .Iddle Kcs- slnger's si.stor. Mr.s. Sarah Rehslinw.! who is ill. •• —AKV. your uroccr for thp .5c lonf ; -'Of Delicious Bread, or the 10c loaf' - of Enner-Jee Broad, made by the i lola Bakery. Any DrrsK, .Salt or ("oat Clnaiicd and Prcs.'^cd ;!5o Let \;s Clnin and ncp;ar, nil those old nanncnLs- now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS Plione 797 111 W. Madison -Vlr, and have been Mrs. Irvin Rohrer. who guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Robbins and their sons Robort and Roland will i arrive Saturday afternoon from | Sioux City. Iowa, for a visit with j Social Meeting TomoiTow. 2;30. '< Memorial Hall. , AllKit. Mullenneix ha."; moved his I hot tnmaljo .shop to 219 North Jefferson Irom its former lototion 206 South Chestnut. lOI.A CASH & CARRY OIL CO. We Will give One Gallon of Gasoline or One Quart of Motor Oil FREE with each pur- cha.sp of Five Gallons or more of Ga .'^ollhe Saturday. E. V. SLACK, .Mjrr. At Olbifrding's—Phone 458 I WALTER ARNDTS Tin and Sheet Metal Shop 212 South St. . Phone 720 ' Mrs. W. L. Lewman attended a meeting of the Y. M. club yesterday at the home of Mrs. Vinia Green in LaHarpe. SPECIAL! On the Oil of TelTp Wooi Permanents. Otlier petwatoente, S1.50 to S730. Cost of supplies The Rev. R. D. Snuffer spoke before the Y. W. cabinet'at the Tola Junior college this morning on the .subject, "A. M. and P. M." I Any Suit. or Overcoat Cleaiied and Pressed C. A. McGinnis. returned tfiis mom- '• -Mrs. Robbins"s parents. Mr. and Ing to their home in Fort Scott. ' j Mrs. S. W. Stewart, and her brother,' G ildren's Colds —^ Yield qtiickfer to double action of V APORUB ST AIN L E SS no w, if you p refer C. J. Stewart and his family. EVERYTHING GOES ' •: Price .and Less Wholc-ale "and Retail FRANCIS DRUG STORE ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -^^^^^ W. H. Mooney. claims attorney i for the Missouri Pacific of Wichita, j is in town tbday on business. • • —Radios, standard makes, new j; and used. Terms. Trade. Curtis'.. Robert Trombold returned Mon- j day morning to Topeka after spend- ' ing thei week-end with his mother, Mrs. George J. Trombold and her family and Mr. and Mrs. T. A.. Milne. His son . Bobbie Trombold. who accompanied him here, remained fo.- a longer visit. Card of Thanks. —We d'^sire to express our heartfelt thanki to the many friends and neighbors £or their kindness and sympathy, also the beautiful floral offerings, during the sickness and death of -our wife and mother. We I wish. ahso. to thank the.Rev. N. L. j Vezie for his comforting Words, and the ladies who sang at the funeral.— Fred Heinz and children. -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service "If Desired Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Burgess and their daughter Miss Violet spent thLs afternoon at Ottawa as guests cf Mr, and Mrs. Jack Stark. Mrs. Stark is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burgess. DE.4LERS—A'TTENTION You can buy a lot of Merchandise here for less than wholesale FR.ANCIS DRUG STORE L. L. Browning is quite ill with pneumonia. His children. Mrs. C. O. Butcher. Mrs. Frank McConnell, Mrs. R. S. Stanfield iind her son Preston, and Carl Broking of Chanute are with him. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 1.1 -plate Goaranteed BATTERY ' — S3.48 Exchange — A. n. DA\1S ELEC. SERVICE 202 N. Wash.—Phone 1379 governs the price, not style or service. Mrs. Crandall, operator Call SOS WOLFS BEAUTY SHOPPE The i'ollowing people t-isited yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Clyde Gorden. who'is ill at her home northeast of town: Miss Addie Southard of Parsons. Mesdames E. W. Haglund. D. D. Long. John Hillbrant. Glenn Cloud. P. S. Heath. William McOlaivihan. C. A. Andersen. J. G. Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gordon of lola. MAKF. TOUR DOLLARS Go the-Farthest! Shoe.v Less Than Price —at— BANKRUPT .SALE East Side Square ; Mi!^ Wilma Ensminger and VM- non En.sniinger returned last night from Fort Scott where they went yesterday, morning to be with their uncle O. D. McAlister of Horton. Mo., who underwent an operation at the Mainstreet hospital. Their mother. Mrs. A. H. Ensminger, who accompanied them there, remained for a longer stay. SALE CLOSE.S Saturday Night Come! Look Around! Don't WaH! Herbert D. Brown, for many years diief of the Bureau of Efficiency, at Washington, is the likely successor to Governor Paul M. Pearson of the Virgm Islands. Brown has had prertous experience in problems of the islands. Glen Jones went to Kincaid today on busiiiess. A. H. Ensminger has accepted a position as salesman for the lola Cash and Carry oil company and began work there a few dav.s ago. ELSMORE FRANCIS DRUG STORE Mrs. Charles Lane; who underwent an operation five weeks ago at St. John's hospital in Leavenworth, is much improved and was permitted to leave the hospital yesterday. She left Leavenworth immediately for Lawrence where she will stay with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Lewis, until able to return home. Jan. 25.—The L. i.. club met with Mrs. Juanita Strunk. January 19. with eight members present and one visitor. The snemoon was sijent quilting for the hostess. Refreshments of pie. sand^-ichcs and- coffee were ser\ed to: Mrs. Fred Stanley and boys. Roma DeMeritt and Darlene, Meryl Ludlum and D. A.. Hazel Holmes and Keith, Una Roberts and Gordon. Mlnnlp Munson and WUma Jean, Venia Munson, Arlene Alderman and the hostess, Juanita Strunk. Lavone und • Wendell Dean. i The Mechnig family, Moran. have : moved on Tom Roberts' place in j Eismore. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eri^son and i Celeste spent Sunday evening at I Dave Munson's. Tlie following students of the Eismore high school were on the honor roll the past six weeks: Earl Laverne Olson. Pern Beaman. Arl Holmes, Roderick Holmes, Maxine Goyette and Pauline Ohlfest. The junior class held a . party Tuesday night, January 17, at the home of Maxine Goyette. The freshman class will give a party Thursday, January 26, at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Schifferdecker. -tpMy VTatfnonllne. Quirk! Ic sootbci tliepun-prevnits infecrion 3r.d ufHy scirs. Aslt vx >urdms«jstfordjered-and -yellownibe. JOc. Unguentme Wellevca pain, itnaten* hcailna ^Hundreds of Yards of Highest Quality ^ Silks at Ridiculously Low Prices. 67c yard .•^ilk flat cropo (>\'(M- 2 (1 ntnv .-;i)i'injr .sh;iiU'.>^. Forlv inches 4. of Spring Silks! <^ .'f . ; Xowo.-^t .sprinp design? in plaid.'? and print's. Light and .i , dark ijround.s. Heavy quaiity canton crepe in all new •> I V ' ."^prinjr colf)r.><. Values to SI.98 vard. ' i ¥ = f ViCKS ANTISEPTIC cuts Mouthwash Costs In HALF! Five Million Trial Bottles Supplied to Druggists Beloiv Cost... to Prove its Quality dnd Economy f 97c yard CX)NTINi;iNG OUR SALE OF Wirthmor Frocks ;Ne\v Print.^ ! . . Pepperell Broadcloth.^ . . . Gay Ging- ham.s ... Linene.-< and Piqiie.^. Wirthmore 1933'style.s. .Sizes 14 to .5-2. 79c V iCKS KoriizAMie Antiseptic will do everything that anf oral antiseptic can and should do... yet it costs y6u less than //theusualprice of other quality antiseptics. Biit the only real prvoj of its quality —and economy—is actual use in your own home. To furnish this proof, with the least possible trouble and expense to you, we have produced 5 million bottles in a spiecial trial size. ..a usual 2 5^ value... priced, while they last, at only 10^. : , For Limit<6d Time Only We suggest that you phone your druggist promptly to make sure that one of these trial bottles is reserved lor everyone in your family who uses an antiseptic mouth-wash or gargle. We make no eztravagant claims for Vicks Andsepdc It is simply the best antiseptic for its porpoise Vidu Chemists could produce. And they were aided by the chemists, bacteri* ologists, and pharmacologists of Our l6 allied America, in England, and in Germany. .You can use it for all the customary uses... in your customkiy way. And it will cut your costs mitre tbam half. Born in a depressx< n ffu, Vi<^ Andseptic is priced accordingly. Record low prices oo aw materials and Vicks facilities fcr large-scak prodnctioa enable oar cfaemms to. give you a large lO-ooace bottle .. i a a «Ml 75^ value . . . fe>t only 35^. As soon as you see it,| ybii will ap- pz<eciate how much it cao save you. l^aJcrr Size ... a 75 <r value ... QnlY §S^ FOR BAD BREATH { I (HJkllTOSIS) jVicks Aiitisepiic it an efficient and irefreshing mouth-wash even when diluted With ii much as 3 parts of water. * • * * * • * * •> » « « « « MR&GlJLLem —ITEMS- Earl GuUett was working for Hurturt Martin, a Friday, and worked tor the city in the Eavnlng— it Sure Seams good, to See them haulllng Rock and crushing the Rocfe The women Sure got dis couragCd when they found out what Eggs wer they had Jayed off the Paper and the Phone and when they got in to Town felt like they wer in bad luck -r-but never minde the Fedral Aid is helpiitg thear is no cloud but what the Sun will Shine under the Mist. Mrs feustard and Mrs J E Land wer our Plesant callers and brought me^ a Lovly Bible Gilt Edg—the Good. Book Says for thee Is com that 'Judgment must begin at the HoUs of God—the Bibel^was at one time the Property of James E Jones who Died in lola July 30 1920. Welov to read and Ponder wall . For Death niay com non can U-U , When to this ' world we Say Fair Well Read- in the 19 chapter of Provc-rbes and 17 Vurce of Gods Goodness. Honiej Stead I lov you the log cab- ben the Same: The Deer and the Wilde bird they wer the gatne. We remfmbcl: when a Box oi Matches as larg as . pur five ct Matclies B|>x would const 50 ct and the Fire was coverd up in tlie Fire plaice arid if the fire went oui tiic .sacred:mat :hes wer brought out and one time • i-hen out at the Iix.iiun resavation the Matches guive out— and we had to go half a mile and Burrow Pi}-e and they broiigiu it over in an Iron Keliel and in u ca- noo and h mg the Kelte) on a jx>li^ one a hoH of each end oh boys such days. JEDDOf • Jan. 23.— Mr. and Mrs. Ross Laver" and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.' Venable and family, Mr. and Mrs." Fred leaver and family, Billy, Eddie and Roy, spent Suivlay ut/Frank: Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woods spent' Sunday afternoon with Mr. and.. Mrs. Stanzel and family. , . - • ; Mrs. W. L. Shigley and MissPoarl,- Shlgley spent Sunday at the R. H' Bennett home. • James and George J.ick.ion sj)ent- » Sunday afternoon at the Ralph' Marvin home. ] Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas und; son went to Parsons Suiiday ,ro visit relatives. ' • ' ' • Mifis Erma, Fred and Roush spent Sunday with Opal and Leo Clcmeth. - ; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pel lit, Mr. .and Mr.s. Elmer Woods and .Albert, Mr. and' Mrs. chas. Schulze iincF Merle Coop spejit Sunday evij- ninp at the John Thomas home. ; Mi-s; Chns. Venable six-nt" Monday afternoon at the Will Rouslif . home. I = • The Fairview community aid mi^^ With Mrs. W. L. Shigley and Mis."' Pearl Shigley, Thursday afternooii; Those present were: Mrs. ' Tom Loatherman and Gerald. Jjrs. Rsilpli Marvin, LorraUie. and Clara Betht Mrs; Larson, Mrs. WeUon and Haz,^i; Mis-s Aima Jackson. Mrs. Ludlurn, Glady.s. Lucile. Evoijn. Mrs. Furj;-; man and Mrs. Arthur Jackson of Humboldt. TTie aftemoon was speht e,uilting. . Refreshments w-cre ser^r ed. TOLA'S BEST-GASOLINE VALUES Vine Oai Gas Co Entire stock of high grade Printzes.s Coal.s and other good makes pttied em sale— On Sale Friday and Saturday Twv Days Only at These Prices. Former $15.00 mixlure.s—No to $35.00 values! Blacks, brOMTis, many coats left—better hurrv.': $1 .00 S'fw Faifhions in Printed Wash Frocka ivith lall the .'imartncs.t and fre.'ikncs.<! of ."iprh'fj. Sizes 14 to 52. MILLINERY-LADIES Q FURNISHINGS 0

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