Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 10, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA. KANSAS TflE lOLA DAILY REGIS'TER. FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 10. 1933; PAGE THREE Aliss Alice MUes and. Miss Hazel Kndles returned Wednesday from eastern markets where tliey have been buying spring merchandise lor the Stylie Shop. Attention Teachers. —The Register Job Department will now be open during noon hours and Saturday afternoons. The second district convention of the Business and Professional women 's cjubs which was to be held on PebruMry 11 and 12. in Olathe, has been postponed until March 4 and 5 on account of inclement weather. THE HOUSE WIFE knows the pr6bf of the pudding Ls in the eating. Try ii loaf of Delicious Bread and you will know why so many people are using It. lOLA B.-VKEHV 120 E. Jack-son Phone,502 Mr. and ^rs. Emerson Kellenberger were In Yates Center and Chanute Wednesday on business. —Moderation of charges. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Fuller and their daughter Miss Kathleen Carter are moving to 515 North Washington from their residence at 3M- North Jefferson. M e e k' s POLLY ANN CAFE is as finicky in selecting food for the cafe as yo.u are for your table laet US help you plan your bridge party Phone 790 Roy Johnsort who Ims been the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mary Johnson and his sister, Mrs. W. B. l«dford and Mr. Ledford the past week, left this morning for his home in Albuquerque, N. M. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drue Store X-ray 1 equipped. Plione l49. i V ~ ' ' 'E.' G. Meek, proprietor of Meek's j Polly Ann cafe, returned today from St. Joseph, Mo., where he has spent the past few days on business. S2.50—PIANO TUNING—S2.50 For Limited Time Only The lowest price for fine tuning in historv. Phono your ordere in now to T. O. Canat.soy—1099 'S3.00 puLside Iol:0 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright. Sand Springs, Okla.; are visiting Mr. Wright's parent.s. Mr. and ;Mrs. ivBirsden Wright. • —Majestic and Philcb Radios. Terms. We trade. Ciu-tis'. 10 North Washington. Mrs. Marsden Wright, who has been ill the past week, is now able to be out of bed and about the house a while each day. THEY'RE HERE —Very latest Electric Washers. Standard makes. Lower prices. Free tubs. Terms. We trade. Curtis' Furniture, 10 N. Washington. Miss Margaret Shewell of Neosho Falls visited Thursday afternoon with her /sister. Miss Geraldine Shewell and Miss Lucille Smith. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY and IVL\RKET Items We Are Closing Out Christmas Candv. 3 lbs 25c : English Walnuts, Soft Shell, lb. 10c : Mixed Nuts, 3 lbs 25c Peanuts in Shell, per lb oc ; Almonds, large, soft shell, lb. .. 10c FREE DELIVERY • 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 I Miss Ivalee West returned Thursday from market, wliere she purchased spring ready-to-wear for the • '• Senoker store. Charles F. Scott has been rostinir at home the past few days because = of a' slight touch of the flu. He cx- . ! poets to be back at work soon. ; HEADS BRITISH DEBT GROUP Dr. Kent R. Dudley has been confined to his home \7ith a: bad cold since Wednesday, but today Is feeling much improved and expects to be at his office in a few days. —Call us for quick Plumbing Service, lola Plumbing Co. Phone in5._ County Attorney Prank W. Taylor, who has been quite ill the past week at his home, is a little improved, Mrs. Taylor said today. J ,G. M. Gladson, claim adjuster for the Santa Fe of Chanute, was in town today on. business. FLOWERS The Modem Valentine Righto! She'll be your Valentine if you send her a smart, yet Inexpensive, bouquet of Fresh Cut Flowers Phone 1066 ODOR GREENHOUSES We Telegraph Flowers Suix-rintendent A. M. Thoroman, J. A. Fleming, and A. E. Garrison went to Topeka last evening to attend the. Council of Administration. —Our reputation is your assurance. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss DoUie Adams, county superintendent of public Instruction, went to Topeka yesterday to attend the Council of Administration. FRYER BROS. GROCERY Oysters, 5-oz. can, 3 for ... 25c Oh-Boy 0£>ts, large pkg. 12c Chipso Quick Suds or Crystal White Soap Flakes, Ige. pkg. 15c Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 4 for.... .25c Or 1 doz. cans for 70c Otoe Hominy, No. 2'-i can, 2 for 15c Dried Apples, nice quartered, 2 pounds for 15c Cocoa, first prize. 2-lb. pkg—19c Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell and their son Donald Dean arrived last Wednesday from Kansas. City. They will make Tola their home. Mrs. Powell is a 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Maxwell. OHIO FARM PENNY BIDDERS CHASE COMMUNISTS GAS CITY EVENTS E. W. Ellsworth PainfnUy Hurt Last Wednesday Mornliis Helirfnr . Start Automobile. Three thousand of Ohio's militant penny-bidding farmsrs burned Communist Uterature, unfurled the American flag, hung up two nooses In a barn and paid $1.90 for a neighbor's chattels that were mortgaged for $800. Here is^a part of the crowd saluting the flag, after chasmg Communists away. The two tractors in the background were bid in for 17 cents. The Ohioans returned his goods to Walter Crozier, Haskins farmer, defeating another foreclosure. _ BROADWAY AND FIFTH AVENUE WfiD Miss Inez McKlbbpn. who has! been at market the past few days I buying spring millinery for Ram-' saj's. returned home yesterday. RADIANT HEATERS New shipment—latest designs— larsre .selection. You can afford to bay now at these reduced prices We Trade—Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S; Jeff.—Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oliphant and vlan Oliphant returned Wednesday at!'.ernoon to their home in San Antonio. Texas, after a visit with their parents, Mr. and,Mrs. Je^ Oliphant, who live near Moran, arid brother, W- E, OUphant, and Mrs. Oliphant. Try Our Thririy Laundry Senice These Cold Days Gc per pound Ever3rthing -TFashed — wearing .apparel, returned damp, and fla ;t-work neatly ironed. Phone 102 lOLA LAUNDRY 102 E. Jackson j Miss Florence Grecian, former cashier for the local 'Penney store, who underwent a serious operation a few weeks ago at a hospital in Simpson,~ is getting along satisfactorily, according to word; received here today by Miss Melvin Gritton. Miss Grecian was permitted to leave the hospital a week ago and is now at the home of her mother, Mrs. M. L. Grecian in A-sheryille. THEY'RE DELICIOUS! Fairmont's Milk. Cream, Cottage Cheese, and Dairy Products are pure, nutritious and tasty. Made in lola by Fairmont Creamery Co. Phone 9 1 J. W. Varner of Topeka 'is spending a few days with his a,unt Mrs. J. J. Varner, and his cousins, C. C. Pettengill and L. R. Varner and his family. . W. W. Gordon of Kansas City, a head director of the M. W. A., was in town Thursday on business. Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald (above) of Great Britain has been selected to head the debt delegation which will come to the United States to talk war debt re-' visions with United States officials. SATURDAY SPECIAL : Roast Pork and Roast Beef, Lit- : : tie Pig Sausage in Case, Swiss : : Steak. Baked Hash Southern : : Style. Choice of three Vegeta- : : bles. Salad. Dessert, and Drinks. : • 25c ^— KOZY KOVE 117 West Street : Mrs. Kathryn Clevenger, who has been ill for several months, is much improved, her fatlier, Ira N. Swain said today. X. B. Graham, a representative for the Mid Central' Pish company of Kansas City, visited Thursday with Mi', and Mrs. O. D. Larson. Tr>- It Now! NEW LONG WONDER BREAD More Bread—More Slices At Any iarocery Miss Bernice McNeil, a teacher in the Independence dty schools, will arrive tonight for a week-end visit wlht her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. L. McNeil. WALNUT GROVE Feb. 6.— MJ. and Mi-s. Charlie Meek. Mapleton, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Northwa-/ A large crowd attended the community program which was given last Thursday evening at the school house. Ever>'one seemed to enjoy the evening. The next gathering will be a party February 24. Mrs. Jake Swisher and Mrs. Roy Northway and Reta Bess spent last Monday afternoon with Mrs. O. K. Donoho and Nelda. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Am and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. L. Trites, Billle and Edwin. Austin McFarland sawed wood for Roy Northway Satiu-day. Mrs. Hazel Hunsaker, Blue Mound spent a few days last Week with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Worthington, Carl and Raymond. Miss Helen Weast called Sunday afternoon to see Miss Dorthy Sloan who is sick at her home, south of Moran. O. K. Dohoho and E. J. Weast are sawing wood today. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Young, Moran, spent Sunday afternoon at the Roy Northway home. Roy Northway and children called on Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Howard and Jlnunle Sunday afternoon. GAS CITY, Feb. »—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathias, of CoffeyvUle.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boyer of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. P. jG. Faulkner, Buzz Polk and Mr. and Mrs. Leford Folk, of Wann, Okla., A|r. arid Mrs. Ed Potier and Mrs. Pe& Pinkall, El Dorado, were here to attend the flineral 'of' the late Mr. John Boyer. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood of the Weith farm called to see Grandma Holten Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C; L, Howey of lola spent Sunday afternoon at the John Tinnell home. Card of Thank.s. —We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our many friends for their kindness during our recent bereavement. • Also for- the beautiful singing and the lovely floral offerings.—Mrs, Dora White, Mr.- and Mrs. Joe Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathias. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Faulkner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Russell were Sunday dinner guests at the 1- of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mix, Bronson. Misses Dorothy and Veta Wilson of lola visited Sunday afternoon at the Holten home. E.,W. Ellsworth was painfully injured Wednesday morning while helping to start a motor car. Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Mentzer and children were called to Neosho Palls the first of the week to be at the bedside of the former's mother, who had suffered a paralytic stroked Mr. Mentzer retiuned home to resume his work *as principal of the Gas school. Mrs..Dora White was an all night guest Saturday at the home of Mr; and Mrs. Ed Shipley, of East Gas. Morning worship services at Ihe M. E/church Simday. Sermon by the pastor at 10 a. m. and Sunday .school at 11 a. m. Junior League at 5:00; Senior League at 6:30. Sunday school at the Church of God at 10 Sunday morning. Mrs. Dora White was a dinner gue.st Sunday ait the home of her daughter. Mrs. IL. A. Shipley, and family, of East 6as. BABE AT HOME PLATE Anv Suit. Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed Another romance between Fifth Avenue and Broadway came when GU- bert Kahn, eldest son of Otto Kahn, the banker, .married MUs Jane HeU- ker, dancer. Their romance included her withdrawal from a musical production because Kahn objected to a bit in which she was playfully manhandled. It is Kahn's! second marriage. The couple are shown above shoiily after the ceremony. -350- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One D.iy Service If Desh-ed . Miss Thelma Wright returned last nicht from a visit with friends in Eurelca. Mrs. A. L. Smith arrived Tuesday altemoon frdmQuimby, Iowa, for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Quintard.. CAR NEEDS FOR WINTER New Skid-Safe Tires. Battery Recharged. New Battery. Radiator Cipaned and i Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Timed. Remove Carbon and Grind Valves. Generator and Starter Checked. Adjust Carburetor, Install a Heater, etc. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N.) Jeff. —Phone 80 The office rooms of Dr. L. W. Simmons are being completely remodeled. The job will be finished within a month. In the meantime Dr. Simmons Is occupying other rooms in the same building. Mrs. Willis Peareau and her daughter Miss Maxlne Pereau, formerly of lola, will broadcast a musical program Sunday from 3:00 to 4:00 over KFYO, 1310 kilocycles. Lubbock. Texas. They, have been broadcasting programs over this station for several months. The test program over that station last month reached New Zealand. Mrs. Pereau is a daughter of MT. and Mrs. H. B. Witks of lola. LAGRANDE Feb. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. L O. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Morrisson, Orval and Carol were dinner guests Sunday at the Miles Templeman home. ' Mr. Ralph Ensminger of Parsons, spent the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Ensminger. Mrs. Myrtle Gerdsen visited Wednesday afiemoon with Mrs. Joe Reade. | Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hesseltine Misses Gladys Hesseltine, Luclle and Ada Williams, Wajter Williams and Bill Brlxey visited Sunday afternoon at the Will Myers home. Mrs. Eifle Young. Edward and Rosle and Mrs. Rose Williams of Augusta, Kas., spent Saturday evening at trie Charley Gerdsen home. Mrs. Ed Clopton visited Thursday aften|oon with Mrs. Joe Reade. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Gerdsen and- Pauline visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Duweese of Moranj Mr. Clajide Schooley of Independence, Mo., came Saturday afternoon and spent Saturday night at the Will Mj-ers home, returning home Sunday morning accompanied by his wife jand three children who haye been at the parental Myers home for i some time. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Houk and family took dinner at the parental Joe Reade home Sunday, and In the afternoon they all visited at the Jess Booth home, near Lone Elm. "The Golden Valley Social club met "Thursday all day with Mrs. I. O., aiid Russel Morrison. TTie day was spent quilting and piecing quilt blocks and a lovely dinner was ser^-ed at noon to 19 members and five guests. Mrs. Conrad Gerdsen and Mrs. Ross visited Monday with Mrs. Charley Gerdsen while the men butchered. v Mrs. Clyde Baker. Misses ^anda Baker, Velma Manbeck, Vestg) Isaac, Beulah JAyers and Luclle Williams all visited school Thursday afternoon. You probably have something you want to sell and the best way to let the people know about it is through Register Classified Ada. A small ad ui the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. THEN HELL BROKE LOOSE! I! k i3> ace,; tern- • T HE VATICAN, at Rom the world's largest pa! with 11,000 rooms. Normal perature for the human bofly if 9S.6 DEGREES. The iiat onal; emblem on shipboard is not; called a flag but'au E.NSIGN'. Kansas ; City. Kas.—Five Khnsa:? motor car dealer-s were Injurec. on^ seriously, last night when their ma-' chine crashed into a tow car oh th(j highway near;Tonganoxio. Benjamin Bordewlck, 57. Lijnied; Kas., suflered head and choS|t injuries and was brought to a hos^ pital here. The others, who wcrt'; treated for cuts and bruises, wen; Harold Skaggs, Dodge City; E. W; Elmore, Kinsley ville. ' Lewis; William miters;, and Albert Zirkle, S|pcar- Unusual Bargain; In Antiseptics At Local Druggists Loca} druggists are introducjing a* new oral antiseptic made by thf: makers- of Vicks VapoRub. It is called Vicks Voratone Antiseptic. Ot course, the only real prtjwf Its quaUty and economy Is ^ctuol lise. To make this proof possible, a special trial size has been prepared. It contahis 2H! ounces—a 25c value*. Its price, while the limited iuppli' lasts, is only 10c. You can use Vicks Antisep ic, in; your customary way, for bad b eath;; as a gargle, mouth-wash, or antl-- septic lotion; and for all the other customary antiseptic uses. Bom in a depression year. jVicta Antiseptic is priced accordingly. Thie regular size, large 10-ounce bottle-;a usual 75c value—is only 35c' GASOLINE Wholesale in 100 gal. lots Plus Required Tax or Taxes PER GALLON yiNE OIL & GAS CO. Slate and Lincoln Sts. lola, Kansa^ ' Any Chunee In Market Will be' In Classifled Column. I ^'he only thing that seems to be missing on this big chocolate cake is a nice fat contract for this year's services, but Babe Ruth dbesn't seem to Ijc worried about that. The cake was a gift from an admirer on Babe's 39thj' birthday and was received at the Ruth New York home where the home run-hitter: was preparing to leave for the south to get in training for this season's play—provided Col. Jake Ruppert: offers him enough money. ! 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