Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 31, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 31, 1933
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Elmer McCarfy, a student at the lola high school. Is recovering from an attack of influenz^. Miss :MSry Ellen Stadler will arrive Wednesday from Ithe University of Kansas to spend the mid- semesteir vacation wth her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stadler. —Ideals never sacrificed for profit.! Waugh Funeral Home.; ! Francis Martiri and: Arthur Howey spent Sunday in Coffeyville. Mrs. Leo Renner returned yester- jday from Wichita where she took } Mr. Renner to the Southwestern Osteopathic hospital Saturday for treatment. HI e e k • s POLLY ANN CAFE THE lOLA DAILY REGISTERJ TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 81, 1933. M^. J. L. Arbuckle .arrived Saturday evening from Welda for a week's visit ' with her parents Mr. i and Mrs. L. T. Wolf. Special Chicken Dinner Wednesday. We invite the Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Sowerby to be our guests. Phone 790 Mr. and; Mrs. Glen Edwards and : ;. their daughter Carolyn visited Sun- I — day with 'Mrs. Nettie' Bryant and Mrs. Henderson Mitchell went to her family in Humboldt. < Chanuto and Parsons today on . ' _ ! business in connection with Uie BEDKOO .M SriTE .S A O. U. W. -S29.50 up- Beautiful New Desiffn.-* Large Selection Trade; in your old for new Terms—Delivcr>' \V. H. WOOD FINE FURNITIKE 20? S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mrs. Elizabeth Dotson and E. C.: Pigg of Pittsburg were guests Sat- '• urday of Mr. Pigg s daughter. Mrs.. Mabel Turner. ' . ; l^lrs. Chesley McConnell returned today to h&r home in Chanute after ; .•an.ovor-ni^ht vLsit with her brother: George Dugan and his family. —A. R. IChambers. M. D. Office | " Mlttelbach^ Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377.! ._ Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Lacy and their j children spent Sunday at' Garnett _'as guests (K Dr. Lacy's !)arents. Mr. | and Mrs^ George Lacy. j Ml-. and^Mn -i. Clurt" Grejrory. who have bcen.= gue.sUs of Mr. Gregory's parents MV. and Mrs. J. A. Gregory since j Sunday, relumed today to their h.dme ii: Fredonia. j lOLA Ci ^ll & CARRY OIL CO. | First Grkdc-Ga.soline ..... .085c I - Third Grade Gasoline ... .075c , ilii 50 fallen lots'. •' . - All ;'prices are la.x. j Guaranired Motor Oil. 56c gal. i (Bring containers' E.i p. SLACK, Mgr. At Olberding's Phone 458 Mr._and. Mrs. J. A. Steimel were dinner Sunday of Mr. and ' Mrs. Arza-Hawthorne, who reside I near LaH^rpc, . ' 'Mrs.. IdU Merrill df- Mdran is vis- ! iting her; daughter, Mrs. Alma i Queen; and her granddaughter. Mrs.' Byron Headrickson. and Mr. Hcnd- • rickson.' ' • • ^ Any; Dress. Suit or Coat : : Cleaned :lnd Pressed : 33e : • L<'t \iK Clean and Repair ;iH : thoso old garments now: SPdTLESS CLE.VXEPtS : Phone 1797 111 \V. Madison —Merchandise of quality at mod' criue- prices, Sleeper Mortuary, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Sparke and , their niece Juanita Burns of Kansas ; City were week-end guests of Mrs. I Spark's brother Ira C. Burns and ' his familv. • Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed 35c- ABLE.>50N CLE.4NERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Dr. C. B. Stephens, who under- wont a major operation two weeks ago at the Colonial hospital in Rochester. Minn., is getting along nicely -and expects to return home the first of next week, according to word received here today. CAR NEED.S FOR WINTER New Skid-Safe Tires. Battery Re- char:;ed. New Battery. Radiator Cleaned and Repaired. Brakes Adiu.'=ted. Motor Tuned. Remove Cnrbtin and Grind Valves. Qenera- lor ,ind Starter Checked. Adjust Carburetor. Install a Heater, etc. .SMELLY MOTOR CO. :'J4 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Errol McCullough of Neosho J'alls and 0. S. Bishop went to Kansas City this morning on business. iTiey will return tonight. Attorney W. H. Anderson spent the week-end with his son, Wallace H. Anderson Jr.. who is attending the University of Kansas. Ask for- FAIRMONT ICE CREAM It's pore, delicious, tasty Individual Molds for every occasion Made in lola from Allen coonty prodncts ^ Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Burns re| turned Sunday evening to their home In :ICansas City after a weekend visit; with Mr. Burns's brother Ira C. Burns and his family and other relatives. M. P. Colt, who has been tn lola the past ifew days on business, left yesterday for his home Ih Lima, O. While here he was the guest of his son, Mac;Colt. Try us before looMajT elsewhere for Model T Parts. We are closing out overstocked parts and accessory items at firactions of the regular prices. MCCARTHY MOTOR CO. Mrs. J. C. Littrell visited Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Moore, in Ottawa. Jack Maiiion of Chanute, formerly a barber in the Kelley, Kelsey, and Portland -'Shops, spent Tuesday in lola MONT McKINNEY GROCERY & MARKET Scrapple, homemade, 2 lbs. ... I5c Head Cheese, homemade, lb. . .20c Beef Steak, good, 2 (bs< 25c Buttermilk (churned), quart...5c Cornmeal, 25 lbs, ..23c FREE DELIVERY i 110 S. \Vash. Phone 173 Leo Burger, who attends the Washburn college in Topeka. visited his mother, Mrs. J. H. Burger, over the week-end. Mrs. A. J. Huttenmiller underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils this morning at St. John's hospital. WHEN DAVY JONES' LOCKER YAWNED EAST lOLA AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS The water was green and deep, and swirled hungrily about this little whaleboat just after it had turned turtle and pitched six of Britain's saU- ors into Arosa Bay. Spain, during maneuvers. You see one of them, waist deep in water, attaching tackle to salvage the boat after all hands were saved. . NSWERS Mr. and Mrs.. Henderson Mitchell; ^^d Mr^.-M. L. Wilson and went to Blue Mound Sunday to at- t^eir daughter, Ruth, were dinner tend the funeral of the infant son ! Sunday evening of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Richards Mrs. ^ Errol McCullough and' Mrs. Richards IS a patient at the Mercy ^lex McCullough w'ho live near Ne- hOijMtal in Fort Scott. ,| p,„„. (By J. P. BELL) The connection of H. R. Croucher with the Anderson barber shop at 106 South Kentucky, has again b^n severed. This time, it is said it will be permanent. • ; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Parks and ciiil- dreh drove dowTi from their home in Kansas City' for an overnight visit with Mrs. Parks's brothel- Uoyd Gardner and family, 25 South Tennessee. They were accompanied on the trip by . Mrs. Ellen Gardner, mother of Uoyd Gardner. Upon the drive from Lawrence to Ottawja they encoimtered , quite a severe snow storm which made driving dif-' ficult. The Pai-ks! family and Mr^. Gardner returned honie Sunday afternoon. A letter from: relatives in Waco. Tex., conveys the information that Mr. P. L. Harder a one-time resident of Tola and w-ell known here. Ls critically 111 at his home and not expected to live. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thompson. Bronson, visited Sunday ; with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Thompson. 230 South Ohio. E. H. Thompson is a brother of J. O. Thompson. Miss Ruth O'Neal, South street, who was operated on at St. John's hospital last week, is recovering satisfactorily. Miss O'Neal is a guand- daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Holeman,, 306 South Fourth. Harold Shinn, small spn of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shinn, 302 South a o wo,o„^ io ^^r,fi,n„x Third, was reported ill of an ear S., O. Watson is confined to his i ^^g^tion. yesterday. nPHE Dt'KK'OF WELLI.VCTO.N" was luipiilail.v known as the Iron^ Dtiko. Tlie .'•ketrh, sho«i a canipanilc, A '•.tnunp" .'^teanior. i.s one that lias .N'O ESTABLISHED TRADE ROUTE. . bed by illness.. J. D. Bennett left this afternoon for Topeka: on business. He will return the latter part of the. week. .—Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Peter Ketter, who lindent-ent a major opemtion a few weeks ago at St. John's hospital, returned today to hLs home in Westphalia. Mrs. Cedric Willspn. who under|went a major operation this morn- I ing at St. John's hospital, is recov- j ering satisfactorily. Miss-Evelyn Chilcote and Mrs. Charles Chilcote spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Chilcote's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barber and sen. Benson. 312 North Second. Mr. James A. Davis is ill at his home, north of LaHarpe. The Rev.;and Mrs. M. R. Bishop, Mrs. .lohn ^Nelson and Lorraine Slack motored to Lawrence Fri- dav and attended the district convention of the W. M. S. Mr. and Mrs. Miirvin Hiiison snent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mapes and daughter. CaroljTi. 711 East Spruce. MLss Chrystal. Jenson. 850 North Sycamore, and Dorotha Baker. 502 South Third. Mr. anid Mrs. B. H. PAGE THREE Mr. and J^rs. Ralph Magner and children, Galesburg, were dinner guests' Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brooks, \nst of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dozier. Mildred, spent I the :week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Wad 'White, 211 South Fourth. I The Anna Vamer imion of the W. C. T. U. met Friday afternoon with \Irs. E. VanPatten, 307 South Kentficky. Ed Smith spent Sunday evening with Mr. and JVIrs. B. E. Heldebrant. 431 South Fourth. Richard Brown was a dinner guest Monday of Aubrey Leslie, 434 South Fourth. i Kenneth Baker was an all night guest Saturday of R. W. East and family, 515 feouth street. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cowyer have moved frbml Redfield to their former home. 614 South Third. Mr. and Mrs; Raymond Wilcox and' family I have moved from 804 North Sycamore to 413 South Third. - An old fajshioned box social was held at the Trinity church Friday evening. The guests registered according to tfielr • native states. Mr. W. L. Baysinger was the oldest native of Kansas having lived here G6 years. All Kansas natives were presented ^^ith a simflower. The program wa> an old fashioned pic- tiire album in which the young Jenson and] son, west of town, and and old of days gone by were repV i resented. The pages were turned by Louise Foster, dressed as an old fashioned girh Mr. and 'Mrs. Tori Thumb were represented by Luella arid Howard Hammon, having dres ."5 sil|it,orange blossoms and all. Therp wj^ tne colonial girl, 'Virginia Kauffman; barefoot boy, Charlei Kessinger: Bobbie Shafte, John David ?Jyers; an old auntie, the famj ily group and many others. Afte-r the program games were played. • Aubrey Leslie was an-all nigh.t guest piiiday of his brother, Floyd Leslie, 615 Soiith street. Misses Dorothy and.'Vieta Wilson and Fern Holtjon spent Sunday afternoon with the Rev. and Mrs. M. R. Bishop. 401-South First. ; Miss Evelyn ChUcote was an ail night-gues.t Fiiday of Mr. and Mrfe. David Hart, -East Lawn. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? 'Want to buy anything' Use the Classified columns! Ingredients of Vick« VapoRub in Convenient Candy Fonri . VICKS COUGH DROP SPRING 193 3 • Now showing the new knit Dresses and Sweaters featuring the new puffed sleeves. Sec Them in the Window.. RICHARDSON'S Mrs. Hutchins. the Delineator : representative, will be in our city : a lew daj-s only to offer you : .\mcrira's j smartest magazine, : "The Delineator,"' for less than : 7e a month: Phone your sub- : striplion today. R A M S A Y S Mrs. P. C. Irwin returned S^tur: day evening from Kansas City where she - went ihroug'n the Research clinic for observation. Her son Robert Irwin drove to Kansas City Saturday morning for her. Caviar, can '.. 15c Wet Shrimp. No. 1 can Uc Chicken a la King 39c Brown Sauce LaChoy 25c Beryl Ripe Olives 39c Tuna White Star ...17'-.:C Vegetable Soup Hormel 14'LC S-P-K Dressing. 8 oz 23c Bon Ami Delux 2ic Johnson's Wax. I -lb. can 59c A & P FOOD STORE Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wood visited Sunday with Mrs. Wood's mother. Mrs. Lottie Kinman. and her, grandmother. Mrs. J. B. McKinley ; in Burliniton. . _ . , Mr. and, Mrs. Bud Shipp anived j Sunday frpm Kansas City for a visit I with Mrs.;Shipp's mother. Mrs. Em- j ma Hilliker. and her sister. Mrs. | Cary Shaifer and her family. ] SALE CONTINUED Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Suits. Coats. Dresses. Cleaned and Pressed -—29c 4 Garments SLID We iiir 'not be undersold CUT RATE CLE.^NERS 109 West St.—Phone 755 Mr. and Mrs. R.. H. Stewart en- j tcrtaincd plr. and Mrs. Clyde Stew- ^ art- and their sons. Bobbie and; Clyde, Jrj. at dinner Sunday noon. A. W. .ANDERSON GROCERY & -MARKET Corner of Second and Lincoln Phones 292-291—We Deliver Quality Groceries and Meats at Economy Prices Kansas City made Coffee, guaranteed to please, per lb. ..25c Bran Flakes. 3 boxes 25c Corn Flakes. 2 large boxes... 19c Grapefruit. Texas Seedless, 6 for • 17c Dwarfies. new thrift package 15c Heinz Catsup, large bottle... 19c Michigan Navy Beans, 3 lbs..lOc York Imperial Apples, per basket •. ....$1.29 Heinz Tomato Juice, 2 medium cans '. :.. .25c Lee Kraut Juice, No. 2 can..lOc Bulk Kraut, per lb 5c Golden Bananas, per lb 5c Green Beans, fancy, per lb...10c Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bums returned Simday evening to their home in Carthage. Mo., after at! tending the funeral of Mrs. Burns' ; grandfather. W. T. Bamett. 'While here they were guests of Mrs. Bums' father, S. E. Wilson, and Mr. Bums' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Biirns. Frederick Cullison arrived last evening from Bartlesville, to make his home with his sister, Mrs. R. P. i Fife and her family. Mr. Cullison has accepted a position as manager of the Cities Service Oil Station located at Sycamore and Jackson and jwill begin his work there tomorrow morning. E.AT AT KOZY KOVE Choice of three meats, three vegetables, salads, dessert, ' drinks— 3 (fe> ' Plate Lunch, driifci. 25c (Second cup of Coffee Free) Read and rest in our rilce lobby Open Niuhts until 12 o'clock 117 West Street Miss Montana Jones of Onaga is visiting her aunt.^Mrs. George Gro- 1 ver and her family. The following lolans and Alton! Patlei-son of Chanute held a picinic j dinner Sunday at Parsons: Mrs. E. E. i- Patterson. Mrs. Ernest Love. Mrs., i Hattic Wells, and Mr. ahd Mrs. E. H. i Andrews. ' 'Superintendent A. M. Thoroman spent the week-end with his daughter, jvlrs. R. M: White and her f'am- ily, in Kansa.s City. —Satisfaction Guaranteed or .vour money back on the new Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs. Curtis Furniture. ' John Sleeper, a student at the I University of Kansas, will arrive ! Wednesday or Thursday to .spend the mid-semester vacation with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Sleeper; Mrs. George Grover returned Friday evening from a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. John Costello Jr. and her Junction Cit}'. She also visited her mother. Mrs. J. N. Walker at Onaga. Mr. and Mrs. Fred and their children Leroy and Clct.a Jean arri^'ed last evening from' Chicago for a visit with Mrs. Chezem's parents Mr.: and Mrs. C. H. Arbuckle and othei- relatives. Mrs. Arbuckle is in declining health. ' J. C. Nix., manager of the local Penney store, and Willet GrifBn attended a junior convention of the J. C. Penney store managers of Kansas. Missouri. Arkansas, Tennessee, and Oklahoma, which was held Sunday at Pittsburg; ONLY 3 MONTHS OLD^IN THE MOVIES! Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dean are moving this week from their residence 108 '-j West Jackson to the home formerly occupied by Mr. Dean 's par-, ents at 224 North Chestnut. Mr. Dean's father. H. J. Dean, will make his home with them. Roy Swanson and his son-in-law E. W. Baker returned Sunday evening from. Wichita wh^ they visited Mrs. Baker, who un&Vwent a major operation a week ago at the Southwestern Osteopathic hospital, and report her .getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Swa»jSt)n is staying in Wichita with her. Greater Freedom from COLDS I I There's: aaiew movie player on the horizon and he's just three months old. His naftie is Jack Bryan Woody Jr. His mother wants him as a co-star jn_her next picture, so Mr. Woody Jr.. was given a screen test, with the r'e- .•vvdt shown above His mother''—Helen Twelvetree.s. SENEKER DRY GOODS CO. lOLA'S POPULAR STORE THIS WEEK Special Sale Lingerie GOWNS. TEDS, DANCE SETS, PAJAMAS, PRINCESS SLIPS AND COSiBINATIONS. Lovely and Lacey, cut full and made .so carefully, they rival more expensive garments. $1.00 Each See Them in Our Windows: B>RlO NvZiElHtUCilH ©liD coMfiS^ioN OF CONOCO <BtnM HQ^msm COI^CO yo^ooo $5,000^,^1 • $$,000 If^il^l MOTdR Oil 8N CASH PRIZES V/ICKS W V*PoRo» Put your family on Vicks Plan for better Cx>ntrol-of-Colds. In extensive clinical tests, this unique Plan has reduced the iitimbcr, dxKrdXion, arid costs of colds b^) hal/.' CUTS YOUR 'XOLDS-TAX" TIRED AND IRRITABLE? Take Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound It steadies the nerves and helps to build you up. You will eat better ... sleep better ... look bet- j teri Life will seem, worth liTing again. Remember that 98 out of IM women say, "It helps me." Let it help you too. Liquid or tab* let form, as yoii prefer. 75 CASH^ PRIZES GRAND PRIZE FOR WINNING NAME $5,QOO 74 Prizes for Slogans .. describing the Instant Starting, Lightning Pick-up qualities of CONOCO'S Ncio Gasoline. SLOGAN PRIZES: 1 PRIZE OF... $1,000 1 PRIZE OF... $ 750 1PR ]ZEOF...$ 500 1 PRIZE OF... $ 250 5 PRIZES OF ..... $100 EACH 10 PRIZES OF $ 75 EACH 10 PRIZES OF ..:..$ 50 EACH 15 PRIZES OF $ 2SEACH 15 PRIZES OF $ IS EACH 15 PRIZES 0F.....$ 10 EACH Get Official Entry Blank from Conoco Stations and Dealers, RULES: ^ Names ijnust be not more than 12 Ictceri; ' ilogant net more than 12 wordf. Submit cither or both on lingle ihect; plain white paper; one side only; but prcferabf)r on official contest in£ormation-and-entry blank, free at Conoco dealers and stations. Elaborate presentations receive no extra credit. 2 Contest closes midnight February |2}, I9}i. Entries mutt be postmarked befor* that dace and hour. ^ Continental employees, members of their <^ families and others connect«d directly or indirectly cannot compete. Should more than one person lubmit exactly the same name or slogan, each will receive full amount of any prize such entry may win. All entries become Continental Oil ' Co. properly, and none will be returned. C The Company reserves prior righu t» phrases and slogans of its own creation, .already in prepared advertising. Also it reserves the names "Continental" or ."Conoco" gasoline, "Conogas", and "101" gasoline. Whether or not. the winning contest name is adopted, prize money will be paid; but th« Company reserves the right to use a name of its'own creation if decided more suitable and more protectable under trade-mark liiwt. 6 No purchase is required of contestants. Continental Oil Co. executives will be the judges and their decisions final. Wiiiners will be announced over radio, and prize money paid as soon as possible after contest closes. Addrtsi All Ensri,, In "CONTEST OFnaAL" Coaiioeni^l Oil Company Poaca City. Okla.' You'U say: ''Whoa, Eiiginc! wliat*s gol} iMto you?'' Here's gas to excite motors. It makes them quick on the trigger . . . fast on the move. Choking is hardly required for a quick, snappy start and a takc-oif like a quail on the wing. Even old motors... wheezy, snorting^ complaining motors .. . cut capers you just can't believe. If you doubt it, just ' try it. It's like rich, ricing blood injected into did veinsJ This gasoline is so new ... so "different" . . .'so quij;k, fast, powerful, and econonucal, it's hard to give it a name. * Perhaps YOU can. When you FEEL your motor's response, it may come to \ you like a flash. Ask at any Conoco station for the new bronze-colored, high-test gasoline — and an entry blank. Help name it and describe it. You may win a part of $10,000.00. You are SURE to win a grand, new thrill, aiid that is worth a heap. Make the test TODAY. Get Your Contest Entry Blanks at These Conoco dealers: Hale Sepyiee Staition .nS EAST MADISON Bitting Tourist Camp SOUTH WASHINGTON

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