Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 9, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, February 9, 1933
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|L. ' liOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1933. PAGE THREE / Mr. and Mrs/J.L. Strawderman entertained J. W. Cochran of Ottawa at dinner today.—Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office oven Brown's Drug Stor:e. X-ray c-quipped.' Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Miller moved to 620 Nortli Jefferson Wednesday ;irternoon from their residence in Humboldt instead of Mr. and Mrs. R. B;: Miller as stated in last night's , Register; R. B. Miller Is a son. of Mr. jind Mrs. E. O. Miller and is unmarried. FLOWERS i; The Modern Valentine , Righto! She'll be:your Valen- lific if you send -her a smart, yet inexpensive, bouquet of Fresh Cut Flowers Phone 1066 ODOR GREENHOUSES : We Telegraph Flowers Floyd Parker is visiting with relatives in Kansas City. |—Tune In on 1175 for Plumbing and Repair Work. Ida Plumbing Co. G. P. Klink, maiiager of the Kansas State Grange! Business association, returned last night from a business trip to the northern part of! Kansas. ! Our New Clnb Breakfast Buckwheat Cakes, Maple Syrup. Butter. Steaming Hot Coffee, Orange Juice —15c Second Cup of Coffee Free Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Phone 790 Mr;, and Mr.s. Clare Gregory returned Tui'.sdfiy to tlieir home in Predpnia after a frw.da.vs' yi.sit with Mr. Gregory'.s parents. Mr. and Mr.s. J. A. Gregory. —D,r. W. P. Hull, O .stcopath and I3iagni).stirian. Phone 120. Mr.s, Ernest Beair arrived Wcd- nesclny from PitUsbuig for a ; visit with iier .'-i.-.ter. Mr.';. Pat McCabc. , :ind Mr. McCabe'. RKI>:ITC'I:D MATTRESS PRICES r ,0 -lt).:w.!Bht All C;otton .$2.95 ' 100'; iPure Felt Mattresses ....S5.75 Imperial Inner Spring S9.75 10-Vr;,r«uarantee Inner Spring $16,75 Simmon.s Bi-auty Rest $26.50 A completp line of Sealy InncrTSpring Mattrcs.scs \Ve ljuv fDr less—we sell for less! \V. I!. WOOD FINE Fl'RNITI 'RE i _2C2 S. .leff.—Phone 190 . Ra-y'mond Haye.s. wlio has : been ill \vith bronchitis the past two weeks'. .slowly improving. Mrs. riaye.'^ said today. - —Final cpremonif-.s in a befitting ma)ni!'r. Waugh Funeral Home. . Eva Mayp Dickson, a Roph- cmore. in ,lhe lola. senior high school, is confined to her bed by ,J SATURDAY : • FEBRtJARV U .VTcCARTHY JVIOTOR CO. Frank Lowe of Fowler. Colo., is visiting his si.slcrs Mrs. A. C. Hayes and her family, and Mrs. Charles Harvey and her family. iVI.ATTRESS BARGAINS —AH cotton, S3.50; Tuftless. $12.50; . , Springfilled. $.V2.f>i) and up. Stand», :u"d makes of guaranteed' quality. f Curti.4' Purnitiu-e. 10 N. Wash. Ro.Vi, U. Fry arrived Wednesday evoniiis from Ada'. Okla..on busi- ne.s,s. : While h^re he wilj; visit his parents,-Mr. and • Mrs. p. E. Fry. and other relative.'--. ' ! . Any Knit. or Overcoat i Chicaned and Pressed Mrs. L. B. Lamons and her son j Lester, and Miss Lois Barron spent the week-end in Wichita, ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Walls. Mrs. Walls is a daughter of Mrs. Lamons. Ask for FAIRMONT ICE CREAM It's pure, deliciou-s, tasty Individiial Molds lor every occasion Made in lola from Allen . county products E. J. Nol.son, district sales manager for the Wilcox Oil and Gaa | company of Joplin. Mo., wa.s in town today on busines.s. : Give Her Candy for a Valentine : : Just received a shipment of : ; dellciou.s Chocolates and Bon : : Bons packed in heart-shaped : boxes and Valentine wrapped. : —Prired lUc up— , : BROWN'S DRUG STORE : Phone 255 , : Custer Davis of Empprla, tohaer sheiriff of Allen county, who underwent a seriotis operation last Saturday at a hospital In Savannah, Mol. is getting along satisfactorily, according to word! received here Tuesday by Mrs. A. Z. Grove. Attention Wood-MoMes. —Family party postponed on account of weather. Dr. and. Mrs. L. M. Shea of Tul^ announce the birth January 31 of a 7 -pound son whom they have named Louis Michele. Mrs. Shea, was formerly Miss Margaret Car-' roll of lola. ( SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 McCARTJjIY MOTOE CO. Mrs. Ed L. Downer and Mrs. R. W. Whitehead spent Monday in Pittsburg on business. —A R. Chambers, M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. , Mrs. A. J. Bevers and her sons ; Roy Vernon and Marlin will arrive Friday morning . from Woodward, Okla., to be guests of Mrs. Bevers's parenus, Mr. and Mrs, C. F. Dugan. Mrs. Florence Kent < Belding will leave Saturday morning for Topeka where she will attend a meeting of ihe executive committqe of the Kan- .sa.s association of teachers of English. AIU.ESON CLEANERS : : Phone 105 ; Oiie Day HerVice If Desired : RaV- Grc;;';ry ha.s as his guest for the week-end David Conderman of Morafi. • • —.A :, sinrerc invitation is extended to who may desire advance mortuary information. Sleeper Mortuary!; Mr.'i, Chase Brown and her son Larry; Milton of Tulsa are visiting Mrs. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. -Kaufman. SPECIAL One Week Only! On Goodrich Tires ASi(ix2\ Tii-e and Tube.. .S4.85. L. n. Re>nioIds Ser\ice Station Ifoxaco Products, Goodrich . Tires, and Used Cars :i07 West Si: Phone 425 OUR SPECIAL PRICE on Disc Sharpening is good only a few days longer (until February 15) 20e per Disc Plow Work, General Blacksmithing. Acetylene Welding C. C. MeCARTY & SON 301 South St. Phone 216 MODERN GARAGE flomplelely Equipped General Repair Oillne and'Grea.sIne <;ar Vl'atihing General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 At the y. W. C. A. meeting in the junior, college this morning, Mrs. Florence Kent Belding reviewed the book.- "Forgive Us Our Trespasses," by Douglas. Why Hundreds oT People Are Eating- Delicious Bredd Every Kiddy knows how : good it is. and how golden : brown it toasts. : There's nothing better than more Toast > BAKERY 120 E. Jiicjcson i Phone 502 lOLA 2. Jiicksol Dan M. Braum, county, farm agent, and Miss Minnie Peebler, home demonstration agent, went to : j Manhattan today to attend "Farm and Home Week" at the Kansas state college; Mr,. Braum will return home tonigiit. Miss Peebler • j will remain there until Friday eve:: ning. I • Mr^-. M. B. Brownfield spoke before the memt)ers of one of the literature of the lola junior college this moraiing on the subject. -Robert Burns." and save a few of his poems. V Attention Tcachcri!. —The Register Job Department will ;now ix- open during noon hours' and Saturday afternoons. • Mrs. George Grovor went to Bar- tlcsville Monday for a few days' visit with her .son G. M. Grover. and Mrs. drover. i " Is Cultured ; Rather Than Inherited" Tel.—494—Tel. All Lines of Beauty Culture CATHERINE ANN BEAUTY SHOP Mi ^is Geraldine Shewell, Operator J; 17', \yest Madison E. :p. Slack, m'anager of the lola Cash' and Cany Oil company, is confined to his home by illness. FRYER BROS. GROCERY Beech Nut Coffee, two 1-lb. cans for 68c and oiie 'i-lb! cain FREE Chijjso Quick Suds or Crystal White Soap Flakes, Ige. pkg. 15c Toriialocs. No. 2 can. 4 for. 25c • Oi- 1 doz. cans for ....; 70c ] Otoe Hominy. No. 2'i can. 2 for 15c : Fresh Side, per pound 5c , LarH. per pound .. ... ..5c : Dried Apnles. nice quartered. : 2 ipounds for 15c ' Cbcio'n.. first prize. 2-lb. pkg..,. 19c ; Mrs. Willard Slocum of Wichita. . who I hns b(?en the guest of her f lather Superintendent A^ M. Thoro^ man;: this week, will leave Sattirday for Kan -sas City where she will visit • ., iler isister. Mrs. R. M. 'White and; . her: family. Her children. Nancy and' Miriam Slocimi. who accompanied her here, will remain for a longer visit. Miss Evelyn Whitlow, who attends the lola junior college, went to Mo- raii this afternoon for a week-end visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Whitlow. New Shipment of Living Ro6m, Dining: Room and Bedroom Furniture Terms as low as S5 down and at $1 a week. Trade in your old as first pay. W. II. WOOD FINE FURNirURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Merrill of Joplin^ Mo., are visiting tlieir daughters Mrs. Ed L. Downer and her family, and Mrs. R. W. Whitehead and her family. "FRANK SEZ": Our Special Price on Sharpening until February 15 Is —•>0e per Disc- Plow Pointini; and Shari)ening. Our Faim Repair Service is complete. I-'rank Lawyer's, Repair Shop Blacltsmithing. Welding, Machine arid Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 The program at high scliool as- .scmbly this morning consisted of a horn duet by iViron Middleton and Harold Schafer. accompanied ' by Ruth WaiTen; a tap dance by Irene Archer, accompanied by Celeste Griffith; a readmg by Tillie Litwin; two piano numbers by George Danforth. and a .sliort talk by Mrs. Burney Miller. The program was announced by Barbara Seay. REVEALS STRANGE KIDNAP STORY Kidnaped from home in Ham- btu-g, brought to New York and abandoned, found by a stranger who took care of her and finally turned her over to authorities in .Los Angeles. That is the strange Istoiy told here by the pretty six- year -old German girl shown above, who remembers only the name '•Hedwig." She was turned over to authorities by a man who said he found her in a New York railroad station. A TEET^R.*Cram TO SAVE LIVES This teeter-totter is science's latest hope tb bring the dead back to life. It Ls the invention of Dr. R. E. Cornish of the University of' California. Using warmhig pads aiid oxygen iiihalatois to re^ore temperature and lung activity. Dr. Cornish hopes to induce pirculation by gravity thi-ough movement of the teeter-totter. A student demoiistrates the machine. Miss.Emily Wells, an lola junior' college student, went to Moran this afternoon to be a week-end guest of her parents. - Phillip Mitchell of Oklahoma was Ijrought to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E."Kaufman Sunday from Chanute where he underwent a serious operation about two weeks ago at the Johnson hospital. Mr. Mitchell's condition remains about the same. Are You One of Our Satisfied Customers? It will pay you to bring us your Cream, Poultry, and Eggs R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O.—Phone. 389 George Kettle, who resides northwest of town, returned home today from St. John's liospltal, where he underw-ent a serious operation several weeks ago. Miss Eleanor Herynk. who underwent an operation several days ago at St yJolm's hospital, was able to return today to he't home In Lone Elm. OWL CREEK Feb. 7.-^We wLsh to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Noel Jackson who were married Wednesday. February 1, in Missouri. Mrs. Jackson before her marriage was Miss Julia Bennett. The Hart brothers from Chanute and Harry Hay spent Sunday afternoon with Henry Wagner. Mrs. Ben Ellis spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bennett and Julia. Mrs. Bert Orth spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ostrander. Angola, spent Saturday night at the Ben Brown home. Bertha Ellis spent Monday in lola. The W. W; chib met Wednesday. February 1, with Mrs. J. A. Cress and Audrey with 18 members, six and seven children present, meeting will be with Mrs. Dan visitors Next Hunter. Mildred Orth spent from Friday night I until Sunday evening with relatives in Yates Center. Jarrjes Hay and Ernest Orth called Sunday afternoon on Jack Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ellis spent Mondiy afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown and Grandma Bell. Charles Stroh sawed wood for Ben Brown Friday. LONE ELM NEW^ (Mrs. Bessie Penland.) i Feb. 6.—Mrs. "Thoinas Sexton's mother, Mrs. Gorden, of Americus is making the Sextons an extended visit. • ' • The Newlons were shopping in lola "niursday and called'on Elnora Herynk at the iSt. John's hospital. Mrs. Herynk returned home Wednesday evening and reports Elhora doing fine. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bynum, a boy, January j31. Mr. and Mirs. A. L.i Wilson and Orel Sundayed at the John Kulp home. . I The Happy Day club met ijucs- day at the Fred Weideman home. They reported a splendid lime} Bom to Ml-, and Mrs. Arthur Heaton a boy, February 2.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stout experienced quite an auto wreck last Tuesday evening out by El Dorado, as they were moving back to then- farm south of toWn. A loose horse was in the middle of the road and in order to avoid hitting it, Mr. Stout pulled his car too far to one side and upset the car and trailer load of household goods into the ditch. A number of things in the trailer were completely demolished, including an electric washing machine. They estimate the damage at about $200. Mr. and Mrs. Stout were,thrown through the windshii.ld of the car but received only a few minor scratches and bruises. Tiic Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. G. O. Reeve Thursday afternoon for the purpose of quilting .and setting a quilt together. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Reeve and the'president, Mrs. Mae Spangler, announces, there will be work for everyone. At the business meeting they voted to have an Easter supper and "depression" bazaar, AprU 16. The play. "Beads on a String" was put on Friday evening at the town iiall for a' capacity house. The young folks, the program committee, and the coach, were all given a vote of thanks for the splendid entertainment. The next community program will be given m the hall the first Friday evening In March which will be March 3. The lightning struck a high line pole acrosis the road from the Penland residence Tuesday . evening, during the electric storm. The blaze burned quite a deep hole in- tho pole, biuTied the wire in two at the transformer, causing the patrons on this line to be out of electricity for about eighteen hours. The linemen came over from Yates Center at 8:40 p. m.. but they could not repair it that evening. 0c ^/nuni ^m^drdmtr The Constellation. This ship, built at Baltimore, was placed under the command of Commodore Thomas Truxton in 1798, and he was sent tb the West Indies to protect American commerce which was. threatened- by Praiice. On February 9, 1799, she captured the French frigate L'Insurgente, and on Februai-y 1 .of the next year she defeated La Vengeance, though the latter escaped on account of a storm. Truxion received a gold medal and a vote of thanks from congress. , NSWERS MTUiCE - M UUS« Ti? 08 WE ? JtMHMflrOttfiTTS. CUESK MTUiCE - M UUS« Ti? 08 WE ? JtMHMflrOttfiTTS. CUESK A KILOMETER, is .62 of a mile. There are EICIIT quarts-in one peck. The Fiji Islands are owned by GKSAT BRITAIN. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything'' Use the Classified columns! Three-fourths of the land of Nor way is unproductive. IBEAL BOOT SHOP (» m ST a H ST LADIES' SUEDE Pumps and Ties While Ihoy 99c Every Shoe must KO 80 the buildinjr can be repaired and make room for New Merchandise that has been ordered. Children's Shoes AND OXFORDS Priced from UP 59c Men's Shoes AND OXFORDS Tan and Black—While They Last • 99c L.^DIES' $6.00 VALUES IN BOTH Pumps and Ties All Sizes and Widths $1.98, Ask anyone who has attended this siale and they will tell you that Prices Were Burned, Ladies' Pumps TIES and STRAPS Kids and Patents Hurry 49c Men's Shoes and Oxfords Values to $7.00, Tan and Black $2.98 • (9 fa -1' VICKS CUTS ANTISEPTI COST t N HALF ! « Makers of VapoRub produce new mouthwash horn in a depression , . . priced accordingly W E make no extravagant claims for Vickj VoraSone Antiseptic. It is simply the best oral antiseptic Vicks Chemists could produce. And they were aided by the chemists, bacteriologists, and pharmacologists of our 16 allied organizations ... in America, England, and Germany. They examined the whole field of oral antiseptics. Some they found were too weak... a few far too strong for regular use in the mouth. Most were very good . .. but all much'too expensive. yiCKs ANTISEPTIC So they produced a balanced ontisep- tic... mild enough to be used day la and .day out without risk to delicate membranes... Strong enough to do ever>-;hiog an oral antiseptic can safely dsi Yop can use Vicks Antiseptic la the iisoal way for all your customary uses. And Vicks Antiseptic has this additional unique advantage...Bom in a depression year, it is priced accordingly. Large 10 -<wnce bottle ... a usual 7S# value ...for only 35*. Regular Size ... a 75<^ value ... Only 3 5 ^

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