Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 1, 1933 · Page 3
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L ' TOLA, KANSAS Mrs. Charles Kohlen who resides near Moran, visited Tuesday with her sister' Mrs. J.- L. Parkhurst and her famUy. . . —Dr. H. L. Lacy.iCtentist. Office I over- Brown's Dru?" Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Miss Craigie McDowell, who has been confined to her home the past week, was able to be out today for the first time since her illness. i AUTO TOPS AUTO GLASS Furniture and Automobile Upholstering. Carpets and Rubber Mats. Under Mats for Warmth. Mr.'and A&s. H. C. Bamett at Nevada, Mo., were guests last evening of Mr. Bamett's sister Mis. Paul McKinney and her family. —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Martin and their children were.in Kansas City yesterday on business. 3PLAN to drop in for. Dinner or Supper tomorrow ZSc and 35c Meek '8 POLLY ANN CAFE ' Phone 790 IIEIGELE'S IIarncs.s and Auto Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 ,Dr, O. S. Lambeth who was operated on for sinus trouble iit Mcho- rnh ho.spltal,' Karusns City. Is reported to be progressing rapidly. He - is expected to return to Tola in about a wee)-, j —Typcwritdi-s for snlo. rent, trade. I Williams Tj'pewritcr Co. Miss BlUie CozhlU arrived la-st night from the University of Kan- j .<as to spend the inter-semester va- : j ^ cation with her parents Mr. and ; / Mrs. C. O. Coghill. Her sister Miss i Esther Coghill drove to Lawrence j yesterday for her. George F. Sieks left Monday night for Wichita after a week-end visit with his. parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Sicks. • Attorney O. R. Card and F. O. Benson went to Topeka yesterday on business. Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed •35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER.^^DNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1. 1933. Wallace Anderson Jr. will arrive this evening from the University of Kansas to spend the remainder of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson. VALENTINES Just received a shipment of Valentines consisting of many different designs. Priced Ic up BROWN'S DRUG STORE Phone 255 Mrs. William Wayne, Mrs. Russell Carlisle and her daughter Mary, and Frank Bixby of Emporia were guests Sunday of Mrs. Carlisle's parent^ Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bixby, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bixby, and of'Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bixby. Frank Bixby, Emporia, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bixby. NEWS OF UHARPE Many Enjoy Pie > Supper Held in Cozy Theater Tuesday for Benefit of Ira Baker. Improve Yout- Cooking Use • FAIRMONT'S ^ Parsleurized Milk. Cream. Col- t:»g-e Cheese and Buttermilk. Call 91 for House Delivery or ask your grocer ; Miss Jeanne McKi-sslek 6t Knox. : Ind...is vLsiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Long. Miss Ida Barnhart. John ; Barnhart, and other relatives. • —Mrs. Alta Kinser an.swers all' calls. ..she ha.s a Kansas license.' Sleeper Mortuarj-. Mr. and ilrs. R. M. Worthington and their son Keith spent Sunday with Mr. Worthington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Worthington, In Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs.. S. A. Howard have I as their guest Miss Viola Cole of 'Elsmore, who arrived yesterday. S2..50—PIANO TUNING—S2.50 For Limited Time Only. The lowest price for fine tuning in history. Phone your orders in how to T. O. Canatsey, .1099 ($3.00 outside lola.) Mrs. A. W. Young Is confined to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Blaine arrived Sunday night from Delta. Colo., to | her home by illness, be guests of their sister Mrs. C. E. Pennington and her family. Any Dress. Cloak, Suit . or Overcoat Cleaned pnd Pressed 35c We guarantee our work regardless of price lOLA L.\UNDRY 102 E. Jackson" Phone 102 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Belknap, who reside northwest of town, returned Last night from Rogers, Ark.; where they have been visiting Mr. Belknap's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Belknap, and Mrs. Belknap's mother Mrs R. M. Gavin. —Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back on the new Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs. Curtis Furniture. Miss Gertrude Peiminglon of New York City^ Miss Ruby Pennington of Kansas City, and Walter Ott of St. ^Joseph, Mo., arrived Sa,turday for a visit with Mr: and Mrs. C. E. Pennington. Misses Gertrude and Ruby Pennington are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Pennington. BEDROOM SUITES S29.50 up : Beautiful New Designs Large Selection Tnide in your old for new Easy Terms—Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 1 202 S.Jeff.—Phone 190 Mrs. E. Heslop of. Neosho Falls is si>ending the week with her daughter Mrs. Walter Miller and her family. ATTENTION O. E. S. —District meeting Group No. 1, District No. 37 at Masonic Temple Monday. February 6. Afternoon at 2 o'clock, evening at 8. Dhiner at the Baptist Temple at 6:30 p. m.. 35c plate. Fpr reservations call Stanley Kirk or Tom O. Waugh. • Viola Kirk. Worthy Matron. Jessie A. Bartels. Secretar>-. I Miss Jean Coghill will arrive home Tliursday from Lawrence. having completed Jier course at the University of Kan-sas. Her sister. Miss Billie Coghill, will drive to Lawrence for her. • Miss Leora Johnson returned Sun: day night to her home in Colony ': after a week-end visit with Mr. and 1 Mrs. A. C. Manske. ATTENTION FARMERS! .: To introduce our new disc rolling : ,: machine-we will sharpen Disc : ' : HaiTows for the special reduced : • : price of . : —20c per Disc— : I : for 16" or less. Until February 15. : I : C. C. .McCARTY & SON i : 301 South St. Phone 216 : Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hutchison and their daughter Pat.sy of Chanute, formerly of lola, were in town Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Long and their guest Miss Jeanne McKissi^k of Knox. Ind., spent last evening with Mrs. Harry Beaty and Miss Vera Fisher. —Business wisdom prompts fair prices. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. George Marr spent , Sunday in Independence, the guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wade. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Neeley and their daughter Betty Jane of Wich• ita were week-end guests of Mrs. Neeley's sister Mrs. L. C. Robertson. j Mr. and Mrs.' Frank W. Taylor i returned Monday from Topeka i where they attended the Kansas ' day celebration. PERMANENTS —S1.95, S2.98, $5.00— ; Including shampoo and finger wave. |f Fredric Vita Tonic Ultra Violet !A,Ray Spalp Treatments for re- I conditioning the hair. : CATHERINE ANN BEAUTY SHOP : 17'v W. Mad.—Phone 494 Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Shewell and I their .son Kenneth Jr. will return I this evening, to theh- home in Neosho. Falls after a short visit with j their daughters,- Misses Margaret 1 and Geraldine Shewell. Miss Mar- I garet Shewell will accompany them home. AFTER FATAL BOMBING , a BRAKES RUINED Winter brings an added strain , nn the brakes—more stopping, • more jamming on the brake ' pedal. Have your brakes te.st- ' 1 ed, adjusted, or, relined today. Be Sure! Be Safe! SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 , Charles F. Scott, Angelo C. Scott, and Postmaster C. O; BolUnger went to Garnett this afternoon to attend - the funeral of Fred C. Trigg, who »• w:as imtil his death Sunday Kansas editor of the Kansas City Star. j Lot I's.Pay You Cash For Your Produce : You ran .spend the : nionrv whore vou plea.se. : .•rr>- Our Service " : n. C. McKlNNEY FEED STORE : : Opp, P. O. Phone 389 Dr. andj Mrs. W. H. Porter left today for| a residence in Duncan, Miss., where they will look after their property interests.; Dr. Porter has practiced dentistry in Tola the past 31 years. The narie of B. L. Scates, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Marr. ap- jieared on the list hf cadets of Kemper niiUtary school who were designated honor cadets by thie administrative staff at Kemper military ' school la^t night which was an- notinced in the. Kansas City Times • of this morning. Mr. Scates was : elected to the military honor society. . The cadets were signally honored at a special,mid-term banquet and i special ceremonies, followed with the .ivardihg of honors acd dLstinctions. The Rehable Service station moved today from its present location, 124 East Jackson, to a newly built station' located at 1305 East stre^ Ira McGinnis. proprietor, announced this afternoori. "FRANK SEZ": Our Special Price on Disc Sharpening until February 15 is —20c per Disc— Plow Pointing and Sliarpening. Our Farm Repair Service is complete. Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmithing. Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Pennington of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pennington and their son of Morah have returned to their homes after spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pennington. Harry Pennington and , Ben Pennington are sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Plush and their son Buddy left today for Hutchinson to make their home. Mr. Plush has been manager of the local Atlantic and' Pacific Tea stol-e for the past year. R. G. Perry of Kansas City has taken over the management of the local store. Mrs. Perry and her children Raymond Jr. and Gilbert will arrive tomorrow to make their home. Keith Breckenridge has been appointed assistant manager of the store, t PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM R£n»viiDin!lniff.StopfH»irFiUing] Imparts Color ami Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair £oc. $1-co ac Dni^uts. Hyj-^x Oitm. Wti. Parrhoyit. N.T. LAHARPE. Kfls,, Feb. 1.—Shirley Anderson and Richard Raiuom have enrolled in Mrs. Lester Kncpp's kln- dergaiten Monday. ^ . Ray Smith has returned from the hospital in Fort Scott greatly improved. Rev. Noah Gilbert, representative of the Methodist Bethany hospital, Kansas City. Kas.. was in LaHarj^i; attending to business 'Tuesday afternoon. ' . i Mrs. Lula Flack spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. O. J. Sticly, north of Moran. Mrs. C. E. Brj-an and daughter, Marj-lin Ruth, returned last week from Kansas City where they visited Mts. Bryan's sister, Mrs. E. M. McCormlck and family for several das'?. The gas well brought in on* the John Roedel farm south of town by the Limes Brother's rig was nearly 1 million cubic feet in capacity. G.:T. Berry and Mr. Simimers. auditors for the Missouri Pacific railroad company were in LaHarpe the first of the week on Dusmess. Misses Ada and Opal Meeks returned Sunday evening from Blue Mound where they have been visiting the past several days with their brother, Loren Meek and family. Mrs. Morten Sherman returned today from the St. John's hospital where she has been a patient for sometime recovering from a major operation. Mrs. Sherman is iriuch improved. Miss Faye Shelby, lola. was a dinner guest Tuesday evening of Miss Julia Ann Livingston. Mrs. Mary Booth has returned from Ottawa where she has been visiting relatives, to her home here. Robert Martin accompanied his sister, Mrs.'Wpoten to her home in Toronto, Kas.,| Tuesday afternoon, returning here' in the evening. Mr. Schultz, iNevada. Mo., was in town calling on "business friends Tuesday afternoon., Mrs.' Mammie Bicking and' Mrs. Verne Green met with Mrs.^ Cha.s. Somerville for a business meeting of the Rebekah lodge, Tuesday after- ! noon. .1 ! Miss EHzabeth Miller, has return- • ed from Oklahoma for an Indefinite ^Isit, with relatiU-es, Mrs. DePolnter and family. The program at the pie supper held at the Cozy theater Tuesday evening for the; benefit of Ira Baker was as folloiws: Piano music by Mrs. Hebcr Ransom; a vocal solo. "Harlem Moon" by Miss Mabel Johnson; a reading. "A" Coquette Conquered" by Miss Arlenc Robin- { son; a reading by Miss Velma • Sprague, "Between Two Loves"; the march of the wooden soldiers including Misses Velma Sprague. Grace Sprague, Leona Heathman, Uvon Stephens, and Ruby Younsr. accompanied on the piano by Miss Beona Stone; a vocal solo. "Just a Little Home for the Old Folks" by Miss iJucile Davis; Vocal duets, "Me" and "Just a Little Street where Qld Friends Meet" by Mrs. Lutie Livingston and Mrs. Edna Barker; vocal duet, Mrs. Minnie Stevenson. John McDonald; Mrs. Lutie Livingston and Willis Kerr, singing "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and "Put On Your Old Grav Bonnet." a play, "St. Peter at the Golden Gate" composed by Ira Baker and including the characters. Miss Elta DenniSi Alva Meeks, Mjss Mabel Johnson. Ira Baker. Miss Doris Clark and Gran- vll Stephens. Following the program pies were auctioned off b>- Chas. Stewart and Jack Litteers: Mrs. Chas. Stewart received a Ixix of candv for beine the most popular girl; Miss Martha Gullett a sweater for beins the prettiest girl: Mrs. Mae Love nnd George McDonald a can of Crisco for being the most love-sick couple; Herschel Smith a sack of flour for being the most hen-pecked husband: and Frank Stevenson won the cake for guessing the nearest' to the number of grains of com In a Jar. E\-en'- one enjoyed the fun and Mr. Baker received the proceeds. An all day meeting of the Ladies' Convinced that only a bomb could have wrought the destruction pictured here, Philadelphia police sought ciue.s to an "in.spcctor" believed to have planted an c:vplasive in the home of John M. di Silvcstro. banker and national head of the Sons of Italy. Di Silvcstro's wife was killed and sixteen persons were injured in the wreckage of the three-story house. Aid society will be held In the Methodist church Thursday witli ii basket dinner luncheon served at noon. Officers will be elected in tne afternoon. Mr. and Iilrs. Ross Laver and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lnvcr. Robert and Merle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laver. Roberta and Cora Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Seastedt spent Sundav with their' daughter 'and sister. Mrs. Chas. Venable, Mr. I Venable. Junior auu Manoii. I \Tr. and Mrs. Lewis Green. Pueblo, \ Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green iMici Lt.'nuio will bo dinner gue.sts this evening of Mrs. Edna Barker and Loren, and Kenneth Pettit. The LaHarpe boys basketball ! team defeated Elsmore here Satur- I day night 34 to 7. Tlie girls team i lost 51 to 29. NEWS OF MORAN Union Services in Prosress for Last Two Weeks Come to Close Snnday Nirht. MORAN, Feb. 1.—At the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, the special union services that have been continuing the i)ast two weeks under the direction of the local pastor's were closed. Rev. N. A. Peck, pastor of the church .preached the cohcluding sermon to a congregation' of 300. A chorus choir of 26 voices dhrected by Mrs. Ernest C. Wilson and accompanied by a cbm- bhied church orchestra directed by Supt. Ralph McCrary gave a fine musical program. The special choir number of the evening was "Hallelujah for the Cross." The record reveals that 1000 have attended during these two weeks servic<;s and the pastors and people are agreed that much inspiration and good fel- loxv-shlp have been gained In this work together. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. Vlrtua Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. James Bamhard, and Mr. and Mrs. Cham- berlln all of Uniontovn attended the closing services of the union meethig at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening and then remahied for a \isit, and Seth Parker radio program ii the home of the Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Peck. Mrs. Audrey Talley, teacher in our city schools, is quite ill today and unable to attend her classes. Miss Gertrude Gilmore is sutistltuting for her. Mrs. Ralph Martin entertained with a family dinner Sunday complimentary ' to her husband, his mother, Mrs. A. L. Martin, and his sister Mrs. L. M. Chezem. Chanute, whose birthdays have all occurred quite recently. Beside the honor guests and their families, covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and children. Martha and Virgil. Mr. Roy Marthi and family, Mr. Walter Cassell and family. Fort Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Rees Burland visr Ited Sunday afternoon with friends In Chanute. Miss Grace Shively, Toronto, Kas., Is herfe visiting her brother Carl Shively and family east of town and among her numerous old friends. Mrs. Mary Lacey who has been suffering severely for several days with two carbuncles on the back, of her neck is reported improving today. Her daughter, Mrs. Forrest Curtis, Haven, Kas., arrived Saturday to assist in her care. Other members of the family who have visited her during the last few days are her sons. M. C. Lacey and Mrs. Lacey. lola, Q. E. Lacey and family, and Mrs. Emnia Keith, Colony. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill. Colony, visited here Sunday with Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fowler and other relatives and at­ tended the- Sunday eveniiig services at the Presbyterian church. ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olhnore visited Sunday in Branson, gtiests of Mrs. OHmore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Quist. : Mr. and Mrs. Duke Myries and little daughter Colletta, and Mrs; S. C. Knight were Simday afternoon visitors at the Will'Myres home northwest of town., j Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lam and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barnes and son Dwight werje Sun-day guests of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and MrsJ H. D: Smock, lola. Mr. and Mrs. D. D.'Smith visited Friday at the home of Mrs. Smith's daughter Mrs. John Judd, Hiattville. ; Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Epperson and their daughters, Misses Eula and Delia, had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Glen Banks and children, Howard and Vera LeeJ Stark, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty, Buf-^ falo, Kas. ' ! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pennington have had as their guests the following group of relatives: Miss Oer- trudc Pennington-, New 'York City; Miss Ruby Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pennington and Mr. Walter Ott. Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Will Blaine and Mr. Harold Blaine, Delta, Colo. On Sunday a family reunlbn and dinner was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mr§. C. E. Pennington; lola. The Moran high schoo.l band directed by Supt. Ralph McCrary and the girls glee-club directed by Miss M. Lucilla Harris will give a pro^ gram Wednesday evening in the Presbj-terian church and the comr munity is - looking forward to the evening's entertainment with much pleasure. Friends of Mrs. FredPratz regret to know that she. has been quite ill but hope she will be improved soon. Misses Lena Damold and Florence Miller, teachers in our city schools; visited at the home of Miss Darnold's father In Kansas City over the week-end. i Mr?. Frank Rees reports her cousin, Eli Guyer. whose home; is near Bayard.and who was recently brought home from St. John's hospital as remaining in a very serloiis condition. Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Vestal and PAGE THREE NSWER| R OBERT FULTON'S first stea'hi- boat was called the CLi^R- .MONT. The newest planet known to science is PLUTO. The AUSTRALIAN CO.MMOXWEALf H covers the contiuent of the satiie name. children, Charles Jr. and Mildred, visited Stmday with Mrs. Ve^al's sister, Mrs. McCoy and family near Mildred. Mrs. O. R. White and baby daiigh- tcr who have been here the past two weeks guests of Mrs. Prank Martin and family and other fri«nds were Johied Sunday by Mr. VWilto and together spent the day at; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dumont Sickly. They returned to LcRoy that evening. Miss Wlllabeth .Harris, Lane, icas.. spent the week-end here at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i\. L. Harris. , J. T. McAdam. Parsons, visited here Saturday with his son Frank McAdams and family and ^' his daughter, Mrs. Arthur MendelL and family. ; I WICKS a V VOKAIONF. ANTISEPTte at HAIJ" the price of other Quality I Mouth-iccuhes At your druggist's TRIAL SIZE 10<f (a 2o( valiia) BAKING POWDEH 6cwm /ar/-6fffCfenf " 25 ounces^ 25^1 SAME PRICE tadcu/ AS 42 YEARS AGO:: M rt LI O N S O F P O U N D S U S E D BY OUR GOVERNMENT; MOVED! To Our New Location 1305 EAST ST. Just Across the Railroad on Highway 51. Extra Good Gasoline lie ALL TAX PAID. 7 TAX EXEMPT I C FEDERAL TAX PAID Reliable Service Station Ira McGinnis & Son lOLA. KAS. They've Stood the Test of Time Established. 1906 Williams Monument Works 301 So. Wash. lol*, Kas. Chesterfields are THEY'RE MILDER- THEY TASTE BETTER © 1953, UccETT & MYIRS TOBACCO CO. W HEN you ask a. Chesterfield ; smoker why that's his brand — he generally comes right out flat-footed and ; says .. ."It's because They're Milder!" So we're going to keep on doing _ everything we know how to keep them that way. That's why we look for and buy the • mildest and ripest tobaccos we can get. That's why we age thenx in our ware- ? houses till they're mellow and s^yeet. We believe that even the shredding . of the tobacco .. and the quality of the ; paper it's rolled in, have a lot to do t with the ev^n-drawing, mild smoke that people enjoy in Chesterfields. ; You can liankon this.. .every method 1 known to science is used to make Chest- ' erfield a mildeir, better-tasting cigarette ' that satisfies. -. Chesterfield Radio Program—Every night except Sunday, Columbia coast-to-coast Network.

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