Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 2, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA, KANSAS fHE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2,1933. PAGE TtTREE C. J. Peterson, who been confined to his bed for-a month, is able to be' up again and feeling much better. '—Try the 10c loaf of Enner Jee Bread for the 5c loaf of Delicious Bread made of rich quality ingredients by lola Bakery. For sale at .vour grocer. Miss Margaret Roberts, Mrs. A. A. Rasmussen. Mrs. G. R. Bowlus. Mrs. B.'E. Pendleton, and Mrs. George Peterson, drove to Kansas City this! '• morning. They will return tonight.: j S2.50—PIANO TUNING—S2.50 For Limited Time Only. The lowest price for fine . tuning in liistory. Phone your orders in now to T. O. Canatsey, 1099 I $3.00 outside lola.) Attorney J. C. Edtt-ards and Ira M. Fuller were in Fort Scott Tuesday on legal business. —A specially designed chapel, j Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. liyons and their daughter Shirley Ann of Parsons were week-end guests of Mrs. Lyons's sister Mrs. L. L. Burt and I her family. A Change of Menu Each Day at Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Toiiidrrow's Specials: Fried Cat Pish Creamed Chicken Giblets Fl^one 790 BUZgA^^TALLS 500 AUTO^IN MOUNTAINS E. Van Hyning will go to Kansas City, tomorrow on business in connection with the new Uptown theater. . —A ri. Chambers. M. D. Office Mitfelbach BIdg. Pho. 303. Hes. 377. : Mrs. C. M. Jewell and Mm. T. W, Waitc and hor son Thomas Jr., were in Kaasas City Saturday on business. Lot Is Pay Vou Cash For Your Produce You c:in spond tlio money where you please. Try Our Service K. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O. Phone 389 : MLS.S Ruby Tilus returned Tuesday evening from K '>"S!>s City where .she has been vLsiting her sister Miss Lillian Titiis. : —Dr. W P. Hup. Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. Mrs. C. \V. Campbell, who has been til with influenza the past two weeks, is now able to be out again. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office I over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray i equipped. Phone 149. I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ayluig will ' leave Saturday evening for a weekT end visit with Mrs. Ayllng's brother, Prahlc Rutledge, and Mrs. Rutledge. who reside near Chanute. NEWS OF MILDRED IMtrs. John BaHey and Mrs. R. |l. Nexitt Attend F.nncral of C'ncle. Fred Trigg, In Garnett See the new Kayscr's SILK MILANESE PANTIES Trieky new styles for the smart Miss at .GSc and $1.00 THE LEADER j •• L. L. Brownnig, who has bccii ill: with pneumonia the past ten days.: is reported much improved. j —Typewriters for sale, rent, trade.! Williams Typewriter Co. i Five hundred autos and their occupants, caught in a su Iden mountain buzzard, were marooned for 48 hours in the deep drifts thul blocked roads between San Bernardino and Lake Arrowhead, Calif. This telephoto shows .scores of cars near Arrowhead, where theh- occupants had gone for a week-end of sport. Many of the autos j were completely covered. The motorists sufle'rcd from'the cold, but no serious casualties were reported. I Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bacon and i Mrs. Roy Griffltls were In Kansas i City Tuesday Ion bu.sintf.«s. JGOOD USED TiHES We have a lot of good used tires in various sizes, traded in on new General,'. Priced ripht and with t-rms. STIRS STORxM BY ACCUSATIONS SHELLY 214 N. Jeff. MOTOR CO. Phone 80 I Browai: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown ~ ; ! and C. W. Mav o:" Chase; and Mr. f Tlic Rev. and Mrs. M. R. Bishop i and Mrs. Gar Brown and their chil- had iis their guest last night the i dren of Kansas Citv. Bcv. N. B. Harrell of Carthage. Mo.; — The lollowing relatives have re- • turned to their respective liomqs: after attending the , funeral rites j Tuesday afternoon of Ernest E store in the same locati'pn-and will carry a full line of seeds and ros: bushes. L. H. Wishard has n oiJened his Any Suit. Die.ss or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed - 35c • ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired G. F. Odor and his granddaughter Louise Odor will s)5end Sunday • w-ith Mrs. Elsie Newman in Neva: da. Mo. Mrs. Newman is a daugh- i ter of Mr. Odor. SPECIAL: SPECIAL: 13-plate Guaranteed BATTERY — S3.48 Exchansre — A. II. DAVIS ELEC. SERVICE 202 N. Wash.—Phone 1379 Mrs. Donald Pitzpatrick and her children Biliie Corrine and Jo Ann returned Monday to their Home'in Bonner Snrihgs after a weeK s vlsi; Complple Line of Pastries FRESH DAILY Pecan Rolls. Cream Puffs. Coconut. Macaroons. Eat Hearties. Pineapple. Cherry, and Apricot Butter Rolls. Cinnamon Rolls. Doughnuts. Coffee Cakes, and large assortment of Cakes. Cookie.s. and Pies. lOLA BAKERY •Charles Peistcr. iProp. 120 E. Jack.son Piione 502 Mrs. J. A. Spanglcr returned Tues- with Mrs. Fitzpairlck"s partncs. Mr. day evening from a visit with lier and Mr.";. R. D. Moritz. and M/. and daughter. Mrs. R. L. Tweedy and —We make no charge for the use I ^^^'^ of our service rooms. Sleeper Mor- i luary. • - G. H. Filzpatrick. .her family, in Mapleliill. S. A, Caldwell, ' a farmer living lu-ai- Bron!>on, made a pleasant call at the Register office today. —Electric Radios and Washing Machines. Standard makes. New and used. Terms. Curtis Furniture, 10 North Washington. Nazarene Revi\-al Continues. The revival continues with increasing iniere.ll at the Nazarene i church, according to the pastor, the Rev. M. R. Bishop. The Rev. O. J.; Hoag. pastor of the Nazarene | church at Chanute. spoke last night: on the subject. "The Great Salva- ' lion." The Rev. N. B. Harrell was; a visitor in the meeting and he and | Loraine Slack sang "I Shall Outlive Them All." one of Mr. Harrell's own compositions. A mixed quar- 1 tet compo.sed of J. C. Baker.'Miss j Dorolha Baker. Loraine Slack andj MLss Dorothy Wilson, sang two si>e- j cial numbers. "Jesus Paid It All" \ and "Is Your All on the Altar." At the close of the service four i persons gave evidence of their ac- 1 ceptance of Christ. Mr. and Mr.s. ->Earl I. Sil'ers announce the birth of a son February 1 at the Research hospital in Kansas City. SEW SWEATER BLOl"SES in C'hejiille and new lacy weave with larffe Puff Sleeves, In the new spring: shades, very special at— —S LBS- SELF SERVICE GROCERY Celery, Fancy, niediam stalks 7c > Head Lettuce, solid, crisp. 2 for. ISc Maneos, large, fancy. 2 for 3c Spinach, garden, fresh, 2 lbs lac Strawberries, e.\tra fancy, box... 15c , i Cauliflower, snow while, pound... 8c Now showing the New SPRING DRESSES in rough crepes,; printed crepes, printed Jcrichoi plain Jericho — S5.95 Ip— I Black and the new bright shades THE LEADER; THE LEADER , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cltehasko : Wendell Forresi and hi.s niece ' have r.s their guest Mrs. Thomas J. i Nancy Barnes rciurncd to Kansas iO'nrien of Kr.nsasCitv. who airlved i C't>' 'o^ay afler an over-night vi.sil ilaslevenin" " ^^''•''^ Forrest 's narcMits Judge ! _ and M1-.S. F. R. Forrest. A rising siorm of contrtlvei'sy un.'w about. Mrs. William H.jCud- wonh. above, cliairman of the .American' Lesjions Americanization comtiilttce. following her de- nuncialioil as "un-American'! of a dozen orgSnlaztlons. including the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in Amt-rica, She charged the cliuich council and a dozen (iihev "iibcral" organizationsUvei'e working lo imdermine Amenean- i:.in. Ham and .Macaroni. SerWng G. 2 cups chopped, cooked iiani j I i'j cups cooked mac^ron: ; teasixjori .salt tt»aspoon pepper j 2 tablespoons chopped pareley - tablespoons chopix;d onions 2 tablcsjjoons chopi^ed ceieiy • [ ' 1 I 'sa i j ' .• cup • milk ' j 2 tablespoons butter, melted ! ; Mix ingredients and pour into 1 • buttered baking dish. Bake lliirty--i i five minutes in moderate oven. Un- mold and surround, with .savory j sauce. , , —Spring Hats, new shapes for less •fr,rh,\- oney. Edwards MiUinerj-. .SPECIAL • tociaj. .... , J . ' Ml'-'- W. L. Lfwman and he;days-with her uncle and aunt, Mr, daUK'hter Miss Alice Nell Lewman,' and Mrs. Lee Hale, and with her M,,.,. Hilda .Shclbv. and Miss Lela ' M1 .S.-, Tlielma- Wright left this mornlntr for Eureka to visit several grandparents. Hughes.. Mr. and Mrs. M. For •Commissioner. I wi.sh to announce my candidacy for nomination to the office of Fi-i nance Commi.ssioncr. subject to the' will of the voters In the coming pri-: . iharv. Your voles will be appro-' elated. O. W. HOLMES. • i -'"Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oliphant and Onn Oliphant arrived Tuesday from San Antonio. Texas for a ^•lsil with th.eir parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oliphaut, who ixside' near Moran, nnd their hvotiicr. W. E. Oliphant. and Mrs. Oliphant Ruth Oliver visited Tuesday evenlni;: | with. Mrs. Lewman's motner, Mrs. | .^nna Barker, who is ill at her hon;" ' in LaHarpc. Duriny month of Fibruary oiily. the beautiful LaRae croquigiiole perniaiieiif for .$2.50 complelc. Regular price S4.00. Hair cut any style Mrs. Crandall. Operator. Eleanor Thomason. .A-ssistant. Call n05 AVOLF'S BEAUTY SHOPPE THEY'RE DELICIOLS; rainiiont's Milk. Creani. Cottage Clieeso. and Dairy Products arc pure, nutritious and l:!;.t\-. Made in lola by Fairmont Creamery Co. Phone 91 SPECIAL BARGAINS in Used Cars This Week Late IVIodel Fords and. Cbevrolets L, H. REYNOLDS Texaco Service Station 301 West St. Phone 425 You Can Have a Lovely Skin New. wonderful MELLO-GLO face powder stays ,on longer, hides tiny hncs and wrinkles, prevents large ; pores. Banishes ugly .shine, none of ! „ „, „ ^ that drawn "pasty" look. Caniiot j Floy W. Rcod^minaser-orihe Al-, i^ntate the ihost delicate skin bc.- , his work at the lola Milhng com- len County Credit Bureau, spoke be- ^.^ j^p^. pfgnch process makes it ! , pany today for the first time since , fore an assembly of the Ida high! ^f^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ powder known. You i :his accident Monday evening. Mr. j.school students this morning on the | ^j^j^.^ delightful fra "Tancc. j IDunlap mashed hi.s right foot bad-i subject, "Let's Have Courage." Miss j _ . -^J^LL O-GLO today 50c and' jly when he dropped an endgate of j Celeste Griffith played two Piar.o i 5, ^j^j.^^^ g^^j.^ . . I ja truck on it. • selections. I • ' " ' - I Fred Dur.lap was able to leluni to Roy Tlie Two FREE Roll-A-Tub» with the purchase of each Faultless Electric Washer will be continued as long as they last. Be one of our Satisfied Customers Free Trial and Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FUItMTURE 2C2 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 ^ Lee Hobart of Wichita visited yesterday Willi his parents Mayor gnu Mrs. Harmon Hol»rt. .\ny Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 35c Let us Clean and Repair all those old garments now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 W. Madison Mr. and Mrs. George M. Growr. who have been in lola the past two days on business, returnee today to tlicir home in B.irtlcsvUle. While here ihey were guests of Mr. Grov- cr's mother. Mrs. George Grover and her Inmily. NEW DRESS PRINTS All Vat Dyes, .Now Spring Patterns — 7>.,ci:p — THE LEADER Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Lewis and ; her son Rex of Ottau-a were RUCH I', ' Sunday of Mr. LeN^ns's parents Mi', and iirs. E. A. Lewis. • ATTENTION O. E. S. ! .\ —District meeting Group No, 1.: district No. 37 at Masonic Temple j Monday. February 6. Afternoon at 2 o'clock, evening at 8. Dinner at the Baptist Temple at 6:30 p. m., I 35c plate. For reservations call Stanley Kirk or Tom O. Waugh. , Viola Kirk. Worthy Matron. Jessie A. Bartels. Secretary. ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and I their daughter Irene of LaHarpe j i were guests Sunday of Mrs. Phil- I i lips's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.! ' J. K. .Averett. ' PLATE GLASS We can save you boxing and freight charges on one or more plate next few days. SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 2 9 Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Moses were ' \ dinner guest.s last evening of M:'. • \ and Mrs. Chub Green in Moran. i Wliile there they attended the high ' school concert at the Presbyterian \, ' church whicji was given under the , direction of' Miss Lucella Harris. I music 8UpenT .sor. and Ralph Mc' Crary. superintendent of the Moran 1 I city T«chools. Tlie concert was well \ ; attended: j VicKS ANTISEPTIC SAVES H alf! ^ Whole nation responds to tibial offer on antiseptic by makers of VapoRub ' The following members of ' the Masonic order in lola visited the Masonic bodies in Yates Center last evening: Fred Broom. 'Victor Kirk. Don Burtnett.'Joe McKinle.v. T. O .I i Waugh. S. A. Ellis. H. F. Winkle- , •man. A. A; Mosher. Levi Steele. W. 1 C. Hanklns. John Brazee, Stanley; Kirk, C. E. Kietzman, L. L. Burt.' Sam Malcolm. Harold P. Smith, J. Littrell. Ray Hale. K. B. Drummond. R. H. Stewart, Charles Miles, and J- D. Buchanan. MOTOR OIL 1 Gallon . 45c •) Gallons ...... S1.73 Tractor Oil 1 Gallon . .50c 3 Gallon S1 .8a Ideal Garage JIO N. Washington Phone 174 W F M.^KF no excravngant tlainis for Vicks new Antiseptic. Insie.nd, wc have supplied III dnipgists . . ..;/ /c.u ihan tost . . . ^ million trial liottles ... so you can test it in your own home. Already, iilonlylS d3}>,hundreds (if thousands of people lia% c taken advantage of this trial o •fcr. Vicks I'orMoiie is .simply the best oral antiseptic our chiimists. could produLc —aided by bacteriologists and ^ pharmacologists of our 16 allied organizations ... here and v/ICKS ANTISEPTIC in Europe. Vicks Voralone is a haUnccd antiseptic . . . mild enough to be used daily without risk to delicate membranes . . . strong enough to do everything an oral antiseinic should do. S 'ou can use Vicks Antiseptic hz all the cusiomary u»cs ... in your customary way. And Vicks Antiseptic has this additioiial adonta^c . . . liorn in '^"^ a depression year, ii is priced accordingly. Large 10-ounce bottle ... a usual 15^ value .... only 3>^. • BAD BREATH (flalitosit) • MOUTH-WASH Daily Oral Hrgitrtf, After Smokiug, Lie, • GARGIE , Sort ThrtKtt. lltcipieitl Coltii • ATmSEPTK: lOTION i .Minor Ciiti, Ahaiions, Etc, Reguldi^ Size .. a 75< valueOnly 3Si- MILDRED. Feb.. 1—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shively and Miss Eva Sheffer were business visitors in lola Friday afternoon. CUfford Call and famUy were dinner gtiests at the Ater home last Sunday. Mrs. Tom Lewis was an lola visitor Friday. The high school students will give ah operetta February 16lh. Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, who plan to leave here soon, entertained their friends with a bridge party Wednesday evening. -Refreshments were served and all report a pleas- aht evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert ferown. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Meador. Mr. and Mrs! ESnere Drury; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I Walton and Ma.xinc, Mr. and Mrs. Pregton Patiterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Norton and Ronald Sinclair. Mrs. Edith McClew. who was called hei-e by the death of Mrs.. Theodore Hutton. and hap since been visiting her sister. Miss Bird Patterson and her brother. Davy Patterson, left Friday for her home in Granite City, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lamunyon, who are here from Long Beaoh, Cahf.. took her as far as anKsas City and Miss Bird Pat- tteon accompanied them. They will visit alRoy Henllne's while in Kansas City. Ray Shively has traded his home here for a filling station in Yates Center and he and Mrs. Shively expect to move there In a few days. Tlic family with whom he traded wflll move here and will run the Shively nUihg station here. We regret very much to sec Ray and Inez leave, but wish them success in tbeir new home. Mr. and Mrs. Cprbett Thonxpspn and Mrs. Lee. of lola, Mr. and Jkfi-s. Ed Kite, Mr. and Mrs. In» Norton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. "Hank" Adtinis and family of Winfield visited' at the Hays Huiisaker home Sunday.' j Walter Lacey Is b^ild'mg .a shed j for his sheep. I Marjory Sinclair, S.orella Brown, jand Alfred Stone spent" Saturday ! afternoon at the Atqr home. Miss Avis MUlei- spent Monday night at Roscoe Lewis's. , , Mr. and Mrs. Rayj Shively. Raymond Jaynes and family and Miss Eva Sheffer drove to Erie Sunday and spent the day with Charley Ey- tell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jen-y Hackett and Miss Veta •, Hackett were dinner guests at Clifford Call's Saturday evening celebrating tlie weddlngan- nlversary of Mr. and Mr& Hackett. .and jhe birthday of Clifford Call. I Mrs. John Barley and &rs. R. R. •Nevitt went to Garnett Tuesday. Their uncle. Fred Trigg of Kansas City died Sunday and the body was j brought to Garnett for burial Wed- I nesday. Mr. Barley and Setty and Mr. Nevitt went up for the funeral. Mr. Trigg was well hnown' all over Kansas and the bereaved: relatives have the 5.vmpe»thy ofalL. A smali ad m the Classified column.'? oft-en puts ovor a big deal. They've Stood the Test of Time EstabHshed 1906 Williams Montimfent Works 301 So. Wash. Idla. Kas. Coming In Kansas City MARKET WEEK February6-13 A great Fashion Show that sets the style pace for the West— Mid-west Retail Merchants Council meetings—good speak­ ers—isntcrtainment and gaiety —gretrt stocks of merchandise at all hoases. Reduced fares. AUTO SHOW February 11-18 At the American Royal Bldg., thp. new 1933 model motor cars —oiie admi.s.'don price^ 40 cents. Reduced railroad rates. One of Kansas City's biggest, moat colorful shows of the ycstr. Don't miss it-! , Trade Development Department, ChamUer of Comnierce, . Kansas City. Mo. j Suuda.v School Teacher: 'Why.; 'i'l.-rrmiy! F.Hihtinii again'.' Didn't Uisl i Siinci.iy's les.son teacli lluu when ; you ;ire struci: on one chee 'K you J. B. Kuk. who has been ill with ouTht lo turn the other to the' tlie flu for over two 'weoks. continues striker? " lo improve slowly, Mrs. Kirk .said' Tommy: "Ves'm;' but he hit me oi: the nose, ILK! I've only got one." ,• I enney s final $3.88 $6-8^ PRICES couldn't be LOWER! The end of the season for us! But there arc plenty of heavy coat days yet to come. And npxt year -r— you'll be thanking your lucky stars—- that Penney's C LEAK ED regardless of former priceel \ Magnificently fURRfSD Collars and Sleeves! Fine TaUorin^! WOOimSl "We Mean Business" — They Must Go J.C. PENNEY CO.

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