Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 27, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 27, 1933
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'i TOLAv KANSAS Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McGinnis will . leave Saturday, for Tulsa, Okla., on business. r—Kathryn Clevenger Beauty Shop a manicure Free-with every shampoo and finger, wave, 50c. Phone 729 for appointment. jam'es Norton, en route from his home in Winfield toTopeka, stopped ihrlola last evening for a brief visit wjth Str. Sgt. and Mrs. Louis Rosenberg. "r-Puretest Cod Liver Oil. Saturday only, 1 full pint, 79c. Cook's. Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson had as their guests Tuesday n ght Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Herriel of C arthage. Mo. . Mfc Herriel is district superintendent of the Nazarene church SPECIAL! SPEi ;iAL! I3-piafe Guaratiteed B A T T E R iY — S3.48 Exchange — A. H. DAVIS ELEC. SERVICE 202 N. Wash.—Phone 1379 Miss Elsie Marshall of Pasadena. Calif., visited yesterday with Mrs. Carl Williamson. -4-Fair prices and liigh- quality. Waugh Funeral Home. Loraine Brown will arrive tonight from the Pittsburg teachers college for'a week-end \'tsit with hLs parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Brown. SELF SERVICE GROCERY —Feed Department— Red Spear Chick Starter... ,S1.90 R^ Spear All Mash .S1.75 Oyster Shell 80c , Block .Salt. 33c; 3 for ..SLOO ' Ask for Cermo Poultry Worm Tablet? Mi-s. Clyde Hamilton and her son Dick, and Miss Emma Hamilton of Colony were in town ye.'sterday afternoon on biu^incss and for a short visit with friends. I- ~ —CORY'S TAXI. Phone 410. Day • and .Night Service. Miss Ruth O'Neal underwent an oiMjration for the removal of her • appendix Thursda.v' morning at St. John's hcjspital. i IF YOC WANT ' an>ihing^ from FRANCIS DRUG STORE 'Get it tonight or tomorrow Your last chance! Mrs. Nrit Armel had as her guests ihis-afternoon Mrs. John Anios and , her -daughters Miss Margaret Amos i of Humboldt and Mrs. Rafe Schook, j of Pcoriai 111. —Ladies! See the new Spring Hats at Edwards Millincrj-. Miss Eva Taylor will aiTive Sat-, urday evening from Coffcyville to i sperid the week-end with her moth-' cr. Mrs: Mary Taylor and her fam- t iiy. ^ J : SATURDAY ONLY! • 50c Probak Blades 35c Menthol Lavender Shaving Cream * 85c Value • • — Both for 4.9c— COOK'S Kenward Tipple went to Joplin, Mo., last night to be a week-end guest of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blizzard. —The Cross food supper which was tq have been tonight at IT. B. Church has been postponed until next Friday. Miss, Ernestine Ray 1 of Wichita was a guest Wednesday night of her grandmother Mrs. Jennie Moomey, and her aunt Mrs. Etta O'Connor. EVERY MENU UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPER'VOSION M e e k' s POLLY ANN CAFE Telephone 790 Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Donald of Erie visited yesterday with Mrs. Donald's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. N. WiUett, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curtis, and George Donald. C. P. Donald is a brother of Mrs. Curtis and of George Donald. —A fair charge for a high grade service. Sleeper Mortuary. Richardson's .store has just been redecorated. The floor has been waxed and polished and new decorations have been added to the walls and counters. SATURDAY LAST CHANCE This store will close Saturday night. All goods not sold will be moved out of town. FRANCIS DRrc STORE Nadlne Chapman and Miss Dclores Glldden returned yesterday from a two-day visit with friends in Columbus. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mrs. J. I. Hixon, who has been the guest of her daughter Miss Esther Hixon the past three days, returned yesterday to her home near Piqua. Any Suit. Dre.sS or Overcoat : Cleaned and Pressed .: THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENINQ, JANUARY 27. 1983. -35c- Miss Mildred Dunlap ajjd Miss Vclma Glllam arrived this morning froni. Bayard for a two-day visit with Miss Dunlap's uncle and aunt. : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dunlap. — your grocer for the .Sc loaf of Delicious Bread, or the 10c loaf of Enner-Jce Bread, made by the lola jBaikery. i Mrs. H, H. Spangler and her in- I fant^. daughter Shirley Arlene re• turned yesterday afternoon to their : home in Lone Elm from St. John's • haspita]. & P. TEA COMPANY ComeS in and see the wide va- • rifty of nationally advertised merchandise we have just added .- to oyr stocks. At prices much i], lower than ever before. Hazel Bowlus. a patient in the Bell Memorial hospital In Knn- • .sas Clt^ for several weeks, continues to Iniprove. according to her brother Charles W. Bowlus. ., —or. Mitchell's 1932 Pontiac Coupe for sialp. Anvonc interested see Ar- :thurL. MlddletoH. Admr. i Miss'_ Julia Irwin returned Wed- I nesdayt night, from Kans-as City jWhei^c she went Monday to take her mother. Mrs. P. C. Irwin to the Re- aearih hospital which she i-s cntcr- •' ing, for examination. ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 ^ : One Day Service If Desired : Mrs. Dene E. Billbe and iirs. C. K. Henry spent Thursday with Mrs. Grant BlUbe in Eaist La^-n addition. —125-piece Jig Saw PUEzle Free with 25c Milk of Magnesia Toothpaste. Cook's. While they last. J. B. Kirk, who has been ill with the flu the past ten days, is now able to be out of bed and about the house a while each day. BEDROOM SUITES Beginning at $29.50 we carry a complete line of bedroom fami- tnre with over twenty suites to choose from. Trade in your old for new! Easy Terms-^Free Delivery W. II. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Miss Jeanne Denton and Miss Lois, O'Harra of Colony spent Thursday- afternoon In loia. Miss Denton formerly resided here. J. C. Nix, manaiger of Penney's, is confined I to his home by illness. —Chocolate Covered Peppermint Potties, 29c pound. Cook's. Airs. B F. Hixon, who has been quite 111 for several weeks, is slightly Improved, ner granddaughter Miss Esther Hixon said tqday. FREE SHORTCAKES This Week Only! With each pnrchase of . one pound bf Fairmont'^ Froien Fruit At your favorite Grocer Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Dean returned last evening to their honae in Mllo, Mo., after a few days' \islt with Mr. Dean's father H. J. Dean. —Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back on the new Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs.. Curtis Furniture. Miss Thelma Litteer returned this morning from an over-night Visit with Miss Beverly Mallory in I^Harpe. While there she attended the junior high school play. BOOKS DRUGS Toilet Goods, School Supplies, and everything left will be offered tomorrow for last time Iiere. FR.ANCIS DRUG STORE Mrs. C. O. Bollinger is confined to her bed by illness. —Biir shipment of new Spring Dresses received this morning. Richardson's Dry Goods Store. Mrs. A. A. Rnsmussen, Mrs. Mae Puckett. and J. V. Roberts and his daughter Miss Margaret drove to Kansa.s City this morning. They vill return tonight. A. & P. TEA COMPANY Come In and see the wide variety of nationally ad%-ertlsed merchandise we have just? added to our stocks. At prices much lower than ever before.. Clarence Warford made a business trip to "Yates Center this afternoon. 'While there he visited his sister Mrs. Ralph Parsons and her family. Weird and Winsomfe at Society Ball NEWS (|F LAHARPE Meeting of B6y Scont Troop Leaders Held in Home of George' Danforth Wednesday. FAIRMONT ICE CREAM Instantaneoasly your tongue detects the richness of flavor and smoothness of texture that have made Fairmont's Ice Cream, outstanding among desserts. Indi\idnal Molds for Holiday Parties ; Miss Bernlce McNeil arrived this afternoon from Indejjendence for a week-end visit with her parents i /Ii. and Mrs. B. L. McNlel. 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 : Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bacon and their son Richard will spend Sunday at Elsmore as guests of Mr. Bacon's parents. Mr. and ,Mrs. E. S. Bacon. "FRANK SEZ": : j : If you want to got along with : : your wife keep your car filled : ' : with the MobU Twins—MobUgas : : and Mobiloil. • : : Frank Lan-yer's Service Station : Blacksmithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork : 12 N. Wahiut. Phone 119 : 'CREAM. POULTRY, AND EGGS FLOUR and FEED It Will Alway.s Pay Vou to Trade . ; With Us R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE O^p. P, O. Phone 389 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes and their children of Columbus drove to .lola Sunday, returning In the evening accompanied by Miss ' Shirley Stover; who has been visiting the past Week-with hci- sister Mrs. Horace, Miller and her family. Mrs. Holrfies is a sister of Mr. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamoreau and their daughter, and Mr. a^d Mrs. Roy Lamoreau moved to a farm located east of Gas City today, from their residence ai 612 North Jefferson. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY & MARKET 5-oz. can Oysters. 3 for 25c No. 2 can Red Cherries, heavy syrup 15c 2-lb. pke. Cube Sugar 20c Ducks, live, 10c: dressed, 15c a lb. Loin Pork Roast, per lb 8c FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash.—Phone 173 Mr. and Mr.s. P. E. Bacoia will have as their guests Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Scott Baker and their daughter. Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duggan and their children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Dutch DeMerritt and their daughter Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanley and their sons, all of near Moran; and Mr. and Mrs. Rijy Orifatts and their daughter Virgtaln. Expressive Table Senices Good taste, refinement and the love of beauty hi the home are expressed by the China and Crystal to be found Ih the SH.ANNON HARDWARE :Phon.e 2 9 Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rose of Carlyle attended the funeral of Mr. Rose's cousin, Arza Hayes, which was held this afternoon at the United Brethren church. —125-ptcce Jig Saw Puzzle' Free with 25c Milk of Magnesia Toothpaste. Cook's. While they last. Complete Winter Snper Service for Yonr Car Antl-Freeze, «Battery Fluid. Brake Service. Radiator Service, Crahkcase Service, Body . Work. Oil. Washing, Gas, Tire Service, Ignition. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Don Davis of Neodesha and Fred Davis of Elk City will arrive tonight for a week-end visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. in costumes bizarre and beautiful, society went native at the a.nnual Beaux Arts ball in New 'York, when the setting was an ocean liner with stops listed at various world ports. Although his best friends never |would have known it. the witch doctor at left was Armar Archbold. of Washington. Daringly costumed as a dancing girl was Miss Isabel Ryan (right) of New York. i MT. PLEASANT Jan. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. Avon Doty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gemmll and son Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Gemmll, and Mr. A. L. Gemmil spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Smith and faniily. Kenneth and Gene Inmah spent Sunday with Joe-Everitt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nlcklcs were Sunday evening -guests of Mr. and Mrs. c. Enos and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs and family spent the week-end with Mrs. J, H. Bangs In Madison. A surprise party was given to Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Weddle Friday evening. Jello and cake were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Albert and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Albert, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Albert and family, Mr. andj Mrs. E. A. Dey and Alex, Mr. an^ Mrs. Clarence Enos and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eben Burk, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller and son, Mr. and Mrs. August Bergsten, Mr. ^and Mrs. Jake Hess and A. L. Hess. \ Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Smith and family, and Mr. A. L, Hess' -were sliopping in lola Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs rao- toi-ed to Tola on business Tuesday. Mr. Ira Smith attefided a sale near Erie, Tuesday. j LAHARPE, Jan. 27.—The ;Fu-st Baptist church of LaHarpe will meet in an ohdlnatlon service Sunday, January 29. for the purpose of ordaining brother C. B. Limes as deacon of the church. The program will be as follows: Morning worship at 11 a. m., basket dinner at noon. Everyone Invited. At 2:00 p. m. the ordination services! with special music from visiting churches will be given. Ray Smith was taken to the hospital In Fort Scott Monday for treatment. William and Hubert Cooksey; lola, spent Tuesday evening with their aunt and qncle, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Martin. The office of the Somer\ille garage has been moved to the north side of the building and a tire shop Ihstalled. Mr. and Mrs John Hlder. Mildred, visited Mr. Hlder's sister. Mrs. Chester Maley and family Monday afternoon. Amos Remsberg accompanied - Mr. Frank Bacon of near Tola to Kansas City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dozler and Jessie, Moran, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Dozier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maley. Mrs. Opal Mitchell, lola, was' In LaHarpe visiting friends Wednesday afternoon. George Jaro. Minneapolis, Kas., vvas In LaHarpe on business Wednesday. The LaHarpe basketball teams went to Colony Tuesday where the first team was defeated 45 to 13 and, the second team 28 to'8. The next game will be with -Elsmore on the home court Saturday'evening. A meeting of the Boy Scout .troop leaders was held Wednesday evening at the home of George Danforth. The following were present: Lowell Baimiunk. Murle Lathrop. Fred Dryden, Eugene Heathman. Lyman Smith and George Danforth. Plans were made for a hike Sunday to their camp Eulane southwest of town. Refreshments were served. Fred Dryden is taking the place of Murial Lathrop as scoutmaster. John Boken. south of town, was here on business and called on friends Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. McDpnald. lola, spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Stan.sbury. The Twentieth Century sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Ralph PAGE THREE Barker Wcdnesda; afternoon was sp afternoon. The •nt working on fancy work and visiting. Refreshments were servecji to the following members: Mesdatpes W. H. Wood and Joe Burger. lola: J. P. Heath, Willis Kerr. Johri McDonald, Dora Newman. Heber j Ransom, J. B. Knepp, lola; Chas. Bryan J. Reeves. Mrs. Barker and a guest, Mis. Oeo. Teague. Mrs, Clyde Taylor, Tola, was in LaHarpe TjTiursday afternoon visiting Mrs. P. M. Hartzog and other friends. Mrs. S. H. Grobe and children and George Moore, Parsons, visited Friday afternoon with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore and family. Orvllle Becannon made a business trip to Port Scott Friday for Oscar Erlcson. Mr. Qulnby, Kansas City, was here calling on business friends Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. R. Dougherty continues to improve. Frank Stevenson and Harry Blrkes made a business trip to Kansas City Wednesday evening. The Palniew Farmer's Union local met Wednesday evening and initiated 16 new members into the organization. After the business meeting a program was given after which refreshments were served to 82 people. The Farmers' Union has been making a drive during the past few weeks for membership and the results have been very good. The T. M. club meeting was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Verne Green. Those attending were: Mcsdamcs Lester Knepp. Edith Johnson, O. D. Hartley, Frank Stevenson, R«y Brock, Mabel Lewman, lola. Geo, McDonald. H. L. Lacey, Lutle Livingston and guests Mrs. J. W. Becannon and Mrs. Cecil Perkins. lola. Refreshments were served. The next meeting to be held at the |home of Mrs. L. H. Richardson has been postponed. John Henderson. lola, was In tovra on business Thursday afternoon." Mrs. Pearl Bailee and Mrs. H. T. Ashford. lola, called on Mrs. C. T. Harris Mond&y evening, who has been quite lU but Is somewhat Improved. H. R. Martin was In lola on business Wednesday afternoon. C. E. Pennington, lola. was a business visitor here Wednesday. / ,A -birthday surprise was held Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Esther Moore in honor of Miss Alice Harris. The evening was spent m pulling taffey. Those at- NSWERS pANBERRA Is the capital - k Australia.. ANTONIO STRADIVARI made the world's finest viifr- llns. I"1F" was written .by RUl)- YARD KIPLING. tending were Miss Minnie Jfee Roush, Miss Glenn, Miss Gertrude Myers. Miss Esther Spurgeon, Miss Esther MOOTS and the honor guest, Mlas Harris. - r' Mrs. Jim Van Dam and son, Cygne, Kas.. are visiting their pcfr- ents land grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. bscar Pulkerson and family for a few days. ' Mr. Mosher, Chanute, was in La­ Harpe Wednesday evening caUijig on business friends. Mrs.: Harold Roush is ill at Ker home with tonsilltls. , Friends were grieved by the deaih of Miss Sarah Green, which occiir- red Friday afternoon after an lUn^ of several months. Sarah graduat<ed from LaHarpe high school in 1931. Her many friends extend sympathy to the famlljy. The attempted hold-up of the LaHarpe National bank by six bwi- dlts caused much excitement befe. otfiersS to reduce your family **Colds-Tax,** toUow ^cks Plan for better Control-of-Colds. To PREVENT many Colds To END a Cold Sooner Do You Know The number of Mohamme-; dans In the world is put conservatively at 230,000,000, and that we have one of the nevv- est and most up-to-date bat-: ter>' testing and checking machines now available. We will test ; ybur battery free of ( charge—also your spark plugs. Come In and give us a trial. - CITY OIL CO. D. C. DnUea, Mgr. Washington and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO NIGHT CLUB LO^T: IS ENDED Husband Shoots Entertainer He Married in New Orleans: New Orleans, La.;-Jan. 27. (AP)— The night club romance of Lester Renaudln, 21-year-old raaster of ceremonies at the club Plantation, and his 19-year-old wife, also an entertainer, ended In the death of both at the young husband's hands last night. Walters and officials at the fashionable club Avalon In Metairie Ridge, where the girl entertained as Mary Lee Robert, wer^ summoned outside by two pistol shots and the persistent blowing of an automobile horn to find the couple dying In a car. The wife was slumped over the steering wheel with a bullet in the region of her heart and Renaudln was crouched beside her with a wound in the temple. In Renaudlrfs pocket, police found a letter addressed to his family. "I can't possibly live without Mary Lee," It read, "and can't do anything living with her I never was happy in my life, so don't worry." The couple had been sweethearts since school daj^ and their romance blossomed more than a year ago when they danced In the same night club. . Recently, however, they had been estranged.- on BUT, believe ME, when it comes to what I smoke, I want it right! You know how it is when a fellow is accustomed to smoking a good cigarette and he gets hold of one that isn't right. He's likely to. get in a bad humor. I am a great believer in the old saying that "quality will teU," and 1 have noticed that the things whibh come to stay are good things. You can buy a package of good cigarette^ for 15c Six cents of this goes to the Government. So that outside of the '6c paid to the Government, you get a little over two cigarettes for one cent. The ri^t kind tobacco, the right sort of paper-^a cigarette that's pure and good^tasting and mild—that's the kind I want. I have been smoking CHESTERFIELDS for a longtime. They are mild and yet thdy isatisfy. Oyler Bill KiUed. , Topeka, Jan. 27. <AP)—The sen- I ate highway committee reported ad- ' versely today the Oyler bill calUng i for abolishment of the state high- ' way commission and: department and return of road building on the state system to the counties. Soothes the throat. Freshens the mouth OVERCOMES BAD BREATH LIGHT BULBS DEEP CUT PRICES House Lisrhting Bulbs^ 40, ' 50, 60 Watt, each ....... 10c Mechanics MiU Type Bulbs, each , 19c 33 Volt Farm Light Bulbs, 15, 40 and 60 Watt ,ea. . .23c ANDREWS & SON lola, U S. Wasbbigton Chanate, 215 East Main -iL © 183). IjGGSt & Mma Toucco. Co.

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