Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 6, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, February 6, 1933
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TOLA. KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6.1933. PAGE THREE E. P. Brigham Is quite ill at his home. Vernon Duggan of Kansas City spent the week-end with Mrs; Dug; em- Attention Teachers. — The Register Job Department will now be open during noon Jiours and Saturday afternoons. ' J. A. Pace of Drumright. Okla., -was a week-end guest in the home ofMrs. C. A. Marmont. ^r. and Mrs. J. D. Buchanan had their guests for the week-end Criss Larson of Wichita. FAIRMONTS Frozen Fresh Strawberries and Raspberries arr now on sale at all the leading grocery stores Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McOinnif and their nephew Ira McGinnis visited this afternoon With friends, who reside near Bronson. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Bennett spent the week-end with their son CD. Bennett and his family, who live southeast of Chanute. —Respect for our paVrons' wishes, j Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. H. H. Ulrlch and her daughter DoraljTi of Lawrehc? were weekend guests of Mrs: Ulrich 's sister Mrs. W. H. Wood, and Mr. Wood, and her niece Mrs. Louis Burger I and her family. ; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Snyder left : Saturday afternoon for an indefin- i ite visit with their daughter. Miss j Elma Snyder, in Kansas City. 'Miss Lois Barker of LaHarpe vis- ! ited Miss Paye Shelby over the week -end. I '. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller of Humboldt • will move Tuesday to their property at 620 North Jefferson. Mr. filler is to be actively interested in the Miller Service station at 801 _^ast, street. —Dr. H. L. Lacv. Dentist. Office -over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray ^quipped. Phone 149. :;^Mrs. Charles Lane returned Sunday from Lawrence where slie has spent the past week with her daughter Mrs. Leonard Lewis, and Mr. Lew is. TM^r. and Mr.s. J. L. Strawdemian and their children and Mrs. Dora . Strnwderman spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wing- •:ler In Carlyle. ^Vhy Not Entertain Yonr Friends Here? Special arrangements may be made without extra charge Meek-s FOLLY ANN CAFE Phone 790 Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Dunlap of Carlyle, Mrs. O. J. Dunlap and lier daughter Miss Mildred of Bayard, and J. B. Duntep and Mrs. Emerson Kellenberger spent Friday with Dr. Fred Dunlap In pieasanton. Dr. Diinlap is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. George V. Yoimg visited Sunday with Mrs. Young's brother. Orin Lilly and hLs family, in Moran. . MORE FOOD—LE.SS MONEY Soup Chlp.s. 5-lb. bo.\ 25c : Macaroni. 3 jjounds .... 19c ;: Folpor's Coffee, 1-lb. can....35c : 2-lb. can , 69c •i : Ro.srdalc Peaches. 2 No. 2'-.. .29c Oystrre. 3 small cans 25c GREENE'S CASH GROCERY Phone 417 ' Regular Meeting I Monday night, 8:00 p. m. Important Business and Peed. EARL HUNTER, P. C. I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reeves ank I their sons Jerry Bruce and Byron ; Lee of F^edonia were guests Sunday I of Mrs. Reeves's iiarents Mr. and i Mrs. G. W. Fenimore. Fern Klein returned Sunday j 4 evening to Ottawa after spending! civde Gorden ol Burt's Feed and ^ ihc week-end with her parents Mr. i pj-oduce store is confined to his • and Mrs. M. J. Klein. ; j^ome by itoess. F. S. Canatsey returned last niglit j ."7". . from Fort Scott where he has .spent i '. ^ivc Her Candv for a Valentine ': - the past five weeks with his daugh- ! ; ,j„st received a shipment of - ters Mrs. J. B. Aydelotte and her : delicious Chocolates and Bon i family, and Mrs. G. M. Garlock and • : Bons packed in heart-shaned : I her family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burger were in Richmond yesterday. Howard Cobb of Kansas City spent/the week-eitt with his father L. O. Cobb. Mrs. Dora Strawderman Is spending the week with her son J. L. Strawderman'and his family. —For good homemade Hominy call Mrs. Lee, 1287. We deUver. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Green •visited Sunday with Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 'Wilson; who reside near Moran, and with Mr. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Green, and his grandmother, Mrs. C. A. Barker, in LaHarpe. Mrs, Barker is quite 111. Bob McCabe, who has been attending the lola Junior college this winter, left Saturday evening for his home in Douglas, Wyo. While here he stayed with his grandmother Mrs. Dora McCabe. Complete Winter Super Service for Your Car Anti-Freeze, iSattery Fluid; Brake Service. Radiator Service, Crankcase Service, Body .Work. Oil. Washhig, Gas, Tire Service, Ignition. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Leo Renner returned Sunday from Wichita where he has been receiving treatments for his eyes at the Southwestern Osteopathic hospital in Wichita. ' Mr. and Mrs. Alva Sijnith of •Wichita were week-end guests in the homes of Mrs. Smitbf^ sister, Mrs. E. If. •Wllmoth, who llv^s northeast of town, and her niece Mrs. Ralph Kelly. j —Electric Radios and Washing Machines. Standard makes. New and used. Terms. Cxutis Furniture, 10 North Washington. Miss Blllic Coghill. who has been \ a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. 'C. O. CoghlU during the inter- j semester vacation, will return Tues- 1 day to Lawrence where she is a student at the University of Kansas. Her sister Miss Jean Coghill will ' accompany her to Lawrence for a I few days' visit. ; —Prices to conform to present day mercliandise. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. lies and their daughter Barbara returned last evening from a week-end visit with Mrs. Iles's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mead, in Centralia. LEAD OHIO'S WARRING FARMERS .Ohio farmers are being enlisted in a Farm-Labor party by C. E. Wharton, above, Kenton merchant, president of the National Farm Council. Mrs. Morris Self, also pictured. Is a leader in northern Ohio's "penny bid" movement to prevent foreclosure sales. She is said to have been the Ohio organizer of "penny bidders." mm V5 i «iTjro«« I « . NOTICE. —Que dark i;ed bird dog. one white bird dog. and one grev fo.v terrier dog will be held in city pound for 48 hours, after which disposition will be made according to city ordinance. Owners may redeem dogs by calling at City Clerk's office and paving the regular impoundine fee. A. V. FUNKHOUSER. delicious Chocolates and Bon Bons packed in heart-shaped boxes and Valentine wrapped. —Priced 15c up— BROWN'S DRUG STORE Phone 255 Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dille returned tSaturday afternoon to their home in Emporia after a two-day visit with Mrs. Dilles parents Mr. and I Mrs. Bernard Wedekend, and Mr. "ciiief^f "police ' DiUe's parents Mr. and Mrs. J, W. _ •; Dille. Mrs. L. O. Cobb went to Kansas I . — City Saturday afternoon for several | Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crone and days' \-isit with her daughter-in- | their daughter Nora La Von visited law Mrs. Howard Cobb and her ' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 'family. " I Sifers In Gas City. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ensmingcr. ! _puiverizod Sheep Manure. R. C. who reside south of town, and Mr. j McKlnney Feed Store. Opp. Post- and Mrs. J. B. Knepp visited last 1 off ice. Phone 389. evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles ' : MORE FOOD—LESS MONEY : Soap Chips. 5-lb. box 25c : Macaroni, 3 pounds 19c : Folger's Coffee, 1-lb. can 35c : 2-lb. can .69c : Rosedale Peaches, 2 No. 2'-..29c : O.vsters. 3 small cans 25c I : GREENE'S CASH GROCERY Phone 417 Miss L«la Ruth Oliver .spent the week-end with Miss Julia Livingston in LaHarpe. •\HK crucinxiou of .Christ took nljuo in the year 20 A. D. Th.> KinaiKipalioii Proclamation i .'M .a iho «lavH in the TFIIUITOUY IN UEBKLLION. The U S. S. MAINE was blown u,. in Havana Harbor Feb. 15. IS'JS. MrJ. Stewart, who live north~ of LaHarpe. Any Suit. Dre.s.s or Overcoat CJraned and Pressed -33c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone lO-T One Day Service If Desired Mrs. W. H. Wood and Miss Dor; othy Hair made a business trip to Humboldt today. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Cameron and [ their children of LcRoy were week; end guests of Mrs. Cameron's par' ents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Antrim. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reinfeld and ! their daughters Misses Marguerite and Vera spent Sunday in Westphalia, the guests of Mr. Reinfcld's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Reinfeld. FRYER BROS; GROCER^ Beef Roast, pound 3c Beef Boil, pound ..3c Fresh Side, in piece, lb 5c Beans. 5 pounds 13c First Prize Cocoa, 2-lb. box 19c Phone 401 The revival being conducted at the Nazarenc church Is making good | ^r. and Mrs. Ed Huey and their progress. A .nuniber have already j daughter Grace, and Mr. and Mrs. been converted. Tlie mixed quartet composed of J. C Baker, his daughter Dorotha, Lorane Slack, and Dorothy Wilson will sing this evening. Services begin each evening at 7:30. Card of Thanks. ^/—We to thank our many _ friends and rieiglibors for their acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during tjhe recent illness and death'of our little son and brother. Also for the beautiful'flowers.—Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tomson and brother Gene and grandparents. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis and tiicir children spent Sunday at Neosho Falls as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellis. Fred Ellis. is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith of Wicliita announce the birth Febru-' - ary 5 of a 6-pound son, Mrs. Smith was Miss ArvlIIa Antrim, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Antrim of lola. Mr. Smith was formerly employed in Tlie Register job de- Ijartment. , C. Lockwood of Baldwin City were guests Sunday afternoon and evening of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewman. Mrs. Huey is a cousin of Mrs. Lewman. E. G. Meek, proprietor of Meek's Polly Ann cafe, left this morning for St. Joseph, Mo., on business. He will return' the latter part of the week. 'While there Mr. Meek will be a guest of relatives and friends. —Quilt Show and Tea, also Antiques at home of Mrs. Paul Bustard, 415 South Jefferson, Wednesday afternoon and evening. PubUc invited. John Sleeper returned to Law- j rence this morning to resume his I studies at the University of Kan- .•%nv Dreiis, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed —_35c Let us Clean and Repair all those old garments now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 W. Madison Mrs. Alice WiUard. who has been |the guest of her mother Mrs. T. A. ' Harris and other, relatives the past week. left this noon for Independence, for a visit with relatives and .«iiends before returning to her home 1X1 Kansas City. Mrs. Tiiomas J. O'Brien returned Saturday afternoon to her home in Kansas City after a few days' visit with her sister. Mrs. Harold Grizzle and her family, who reside near Humboldt, and Mv. and Mrs. Joseph Chehaske. Mrs. O'Brien was for- jncrly Miss Sarah Copening of lola. sas after spending the inter-semester vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sleeper. Mrs. Annabelle Steele and her daughter Esther of Columbus were guests of Mrs. J. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Steele, and Mrs. Hannah Wigncr and her daughter, over the I week-end. I S2.50—PLANO TUNING—S2.50 For Limited Time Only_. The lowest price for fme tuning in history. Phone your orders in now to T. O. Canatsey. 1099 ($3.00 outside lola.) Kate E. Woodin returned Saturday afternoon from an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. E. Weekly and her family, in Sand Springs, Okla. —Have your Type'writer cleaned and repaired. Williams Typewriter Co., 113 West Madison. Miss Marj- Ellen Mitchell of Fort Scott was a guest Sunday morning of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ensminger, who Uve south of town. Mr. ajid Mrs. Clyde Stewart had as their guiest for the yreek-end Mrs. Stewart's sister, Miss Edith Rapp of Moran. SPECIALS Card TabiM .69o End Tables G9c Bird Cases 99c Mirrors ...95e Table I^amps ...$1 .65 Shadow Lamps .$3.75 W. H. WOOD FINE FTRNITURE 302 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Miss Hilda Shelby and Miss Alice Nell Lewman returned Saturday from an overnight visit with Miss Paye Weast in Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClelland and their daughter Beverly Jo of Colfey- ville visited Mrs. McClelland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles May, over the week-end. 33c SALE—5 Days Only! Suits. Dresses. Coats Cleaned and Pressed —-33c 3 Garments 95c "It Pays to Look Well" CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 . Phone early for quick service Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards and their children \isltcd Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Edwards's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C E. Purel, who reside near Mont Ida. Mrs. J. B. Kemp left Friday night for Atlanta, Ga., for a two-month visit with her daughter Mts. Robert Lee Porter and her family, and her son Alson Kemp. PLEASANT VALLEY (C. E. Bcrklhiser.) Jan. 31.—The farmers in this locality are very busy. Some plowing, ^ome getting up a supply of summer wood', and others hauling water. The livestock is doing fine and there is an abundance of feed. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tipple are the parents of a fine boy. Mother and baby are doing fine but there just is no living with that pesky proud Lee. ClVarles Bell was a business visitor in lola Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Skinner was in lola Friday on business. We forgot to mention that Mr. Merrit Hewlett, an old friend of i Mr. Berkihiser. was an all night guest at the Berkihiser home last w^eek. Mrs. William Klotz is confined to her bed again with illness. ! Llewellyn Leavcll, manager of the Dr. Leavell ranch, was a business visitor in lola Saturday. Walter Da\is. Texaco oil man of lola. was a business visitor in these parts Friday. | : Mr. and Mrs. John Cramer 'and son of Geneva township were callers at the Berkihiser home Monday. Mr. Cramer and this writer worked together for several years at i the Kansas Portland cement plant, •when it was running. Mrs. Berkihiser and Charlene, apd Clarence Ablie and Miss Mable Jones were callers at the John Butler home Sunday evening. Mrs. Harold Gay visited school Monday. i We understand we will have three new families in this locality this spring. C. E. BerklliLscr delivered the rent com on the Mae Puckctt farm to the Dr. Leavell ranch last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Weldin called at the John Butler home in lola Friday evening'. , Clarence Abbe attend^ the W. W. class of the Diamond church at the home of their teacher, Mrs. Bessie Grieve, last Friday night. We hear the Brundage family will rent their farm here this year and move to. Colorado. We arc Indeed sorry to lose this good family. Several people from this neighborhood attended the Ray Snider sale last week. Mrs. Wilda Berkihiser and daughter Charlene and Clarence Abbe and Miss ' Mable Jones were • dinner guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Abbe, lola, Sund&y.. Charlene Berkihiser missed school Tuesday on account of a bad cold. There will be no "quit farming" in these parts if the farmer keeps up the gait he is going now. Cutting stalks, plowing, preparing oats ground.. Quit farming when that is what piits food on the table, clothes on your back, and a roof over your STAIN LEI Same formula—Same price. In original form, too... ifyoa prefer. . F OR SEVERE COL OS The following lolahs presented a play last evening at the Baptist church in Bronson and conducted initiation servips for 11 new members, for the Bronson Guild: Misses Elora Lehman, iLena Crlder, nances Fee, Juanlta Taylor, Ruth Rugg, Viola Lewmanj Rose Frantz, Mesdames Ravia Old, John Bradshaw, J. L. Jemlson and her daughter Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis, and Messrs. Frank Taylor, Earl Osborn, Merris Dice, and Fremont Clinkinbeard. came —wouldn't .von like to be able, to say this, too? Then p:iuse a moment and reason . . . skin affections usually result because of lowered resistance from below the skin surf.ace. Then help the blood that purifies the skin, by increasing Its red-cells and restoring- the" vital oxj'gen-carrjing hemoglobin in ibese cells so that more vitality comes to the tissues. This will Increase the ability of the blood to devour infectious pimple germs. That Is just what S.S.S. does- proved by tens of thousands of unsolicited letters of thankfulness. •'Shall 1 use a good soap?"—cei-- tainly—"and cosmetics?"—naturally, but first observe Nature's law and lay the sound foundation from underneath the skin. S.S.S.'. in addition to being a valuable general tonic, ha^i the special property of Increasing the red-cells and restoring llie hemoglobin content of. the blood, when deficient. Try a course of S.S.S. and note the • constant improvement. © TTW S.S.S. Ca head? Not -on your tin-type the folks here' won't quit. And that calls to mind that— TTie man who wins has the sense i to see- He can make himself what he wants to be, So he pulls off his coat and goes in with a shout. While the man who quits joins the down and out. Papa: "I hear you were a bad girl today and had to be punished?" Daughter: "Mama Is awful strict. If I'd a-known she used to be a .school teacher I'd 'a-told you not to marrj' her." HUMBOLDT NEWS Mrs. May Wulf> Elected 1?emporary President of Newly Formed Aux-. Uiary to Legion Post HUMBOLDT. Feb. 5—Mrs. J. W. Stephenson and Mrs. Etta Simmons both of Humboldt, were business visitors In Chanute Saturday even- •ing.' . . • j. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Simmons of Wichita, arrived here Saturday evening to spend the "week-end with Mr. Simrhons' mother, Mrs. Etta Simmons and his grandmother, Mrs. M A. Fisher. They returned home Simday evening. Clyde Owens IS visiting several days in LaHarpe this week with his grandmother and other relatives. W. E. Scheer has recently opened a feed and produce store here and annoimces he will soon be equipped to buy creani. Mrs. M. A. Fisher, pioneer resident of Himiboldt, blessed with a remarkable memory of past events of m- terest, celebrated her 8Jst birthday at her home last Tuesday., The Social society of the Humboldt Presbyterian church Will sponsor a 3-act comedy entitled "Henry's Wedding," on February 27i28 In the high school auditorliun. Some forty of the leading men and women singers of Himiboldt will glvej minstrel numbers at this entertainment, also the hih school glee clubs will contribute to the program. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hack, who have. been making their home . for some time past with Mr. Hack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hack, have removed to the Oscar Bailey residence on New York street. Miss Mary Byerley, daughter of Mr. and fvlrs. W. A. Byerley, North Ninth street, spent the week-end with her parents, returning Sunday evening to Lawrence, where she is a student alt the state university. The foljowing persons were elected to act tetnporarlly as officers of the riewly-organlzed Algy Doty Post 118. auxiliary: Mrs. May Wulf, president; Mrs. Madeline Works, secretary and Mrs. Will Manlon, treasurer. The next regular meeting of the auxiliary will convene in Legion hall Monday, February 6, 2:30 p. m. i Miss .Jean McKnight, daughter of Mrs. Chas. McKnight, Osage street, .spent the week-end with her mother, returning Monday morning to Topeka. where she lis attending., business college. Jesse Van Nice of Ottawa Junction spent a few hours with his family Sunday, afternoon, returning to his duties.on the afternoon train. ' Harold Horn, son of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Horn, Is confined to bed with an attack of the flu. Mrs. William Voss of Cunningham. Kas., and Mr-, and Mrs. Otto Voss and family of Cheney. Kas.. were guests the past several days of Mrs. John Geisler.and family. Humboldt. The following were vLsitors at the chapel assembly program Tuesday morning at high school: Mesdames J. W. Brothers. J. K. Adams. Ward Barrlcklowe, E. C. Hau.ser, H. L. Hauser; Karl Gerken, Will Adam.s. E. H. Bowlby, Alpha Shoemaker, C. V. Shulenberger; Misses Helen Sccf- ken. Helen Foster. Mary Franklin Sterling. Inez Cole, Nellie DrolUn- ger; and Messrs. Harold Breshears. Victor Adams, Junior Sinclair and Lee Lewis. ''NOW CAN EAT ANY KIND OF FOOD, UNO Mr. Durigan Finds Relief in Kellogg's ALL-BRAN . NEW! at HALF the usual price of H fOR HAtlTOSIS usual price of H .MOUTH-WASH other quality M GARGLB Antiseptics... H TRIAL SIZE (A aScVAtUEl Hero - is his enthusiastic letter: • "Am 70 years of age, and for 40 of these years there ncvirr was a week but what I had to 'take a pill or some kind of catiiartic. "I took everything, but ;gained only temporary relii'f. 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