Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 14, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA. KANSAS ( Maurice McKean of the McKln- ney Peed istore Is ill ol tonsllltis. Miss Rclta Sherrill, who resides south or -town, was a week-end Kucst of Miss Juanlta Taylor. FAIRMONT'S iPasUurized Milk •Health In Every Bottle" The fiavor in nartlcnlariy delicious. Children prefer it. Ash your|ffrooer or phone 91 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gorrell an- I nounce the birth February 11 of a son- wJiom -tiiey have named Larr>' Noble. —Efficiency with absolute Integ- rityw Waugh Funeral Home. - -Dr. C. B. Stephens'returned home Monday • from Rochester, Minn., where he underwent a major operation four weeks ago. He is much improved and will resume his practice' soon. REGirL.\R MEALS EAST SIDE CAFE David Hart Bill Miirphey f J. L. Hair has accepted a position as salesrnan for the Pioneer National .Life insurance company of Topeka and began work several days ago. Mr. Hair;s territory Includes the second congressional district. He will niaintairi his headquarters here.; Thomas Powers and D. W. Peter•son, water service men for the Santa Pe of lOttawa were in Tola yesterday on business." AUTOMOBILE PAINTING Fender and Body Work. Axles : and iWhecls Straightened without heating. Plow Work, : Acetj^ene Welding. : c. c. MCCARTY & SON : 301 South St.—Phoc 216 : i B. E.-Miller of E?ureka, salesman for the.; Wohl'shoe company of St. Louis, Mo., was in town today on business. Mr., Miller formerly resided in lola. —Coal and wood Ranges, quality up and-prlccs down. We trade. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Hair and their cliildren Gordon and Martha Jean, spent Saturday evening in Chanutc 1 as gue^ of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bigelow. r • . Mr. iind Mrs. Nathan Leffler and "Vi ^ildrHi Betty and Billie, and Lor- alne Ijong spent' Sunday with Mr. Lefner*s sister, Mrs. J. J. Ludlum and " her faiiily, who reside hear Elsmore. Mss Florence Nelson of Elsmore also w^as there. . i i- We are the ONLY AUTHORIZED DEALER for the f Faultless Electric Washer : or any product made ; by that company. . 12 Faultless Washers ' .sold in January and ; 5 so far this montli. Get Yours Today W. H. WOOD FINE FURN. 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 " J. C. Llttren left Monday for | Wichita to attend a meieting of the Masonic grand lodge bodies. Mrs. Uttrell will join him' Wednesday. During Mr. Littrell!s absence from his'work at the Santa Fe he is being relieved by Robert Bell of Ottawa, formerly of lola. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Smith of Richmond visited Sunday with Mrs. smithes mother, Mrs. Minnie Taylor. Miss Paye Weast, ah lola Junior college student, moved to 215 South Sycamore Monday from her foirmer residence at 223 South Buckeye; Meek'8 POLLY ANN CAFE : Specials for Wednesday's Menu: : : A complete Chicken Dinner from : I : Soup to Lemon Chiffon Pie. We : I : invite Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Per- : j : ham to be our guests. : . Phone 790 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poster of Ottawa were guests Monday of their daughter, Mrs. Waj-ne Taylor and her family. Arthur L. Middleton, Floyd Kunkleman, and Henry Walter went to Kansas City last night on business. They will return tonight. Our Home Cooked Meals Are Unequalled —25c and 'SOc— We serve Chicken and Dumplings every Wednesday. A comfortable lobby for our guests. KOZY KOVE 117 West Street Mrs. G. E. Pendarv-is went to Chanute last evening for a visit With her mother Mrs. J. N. McDonald, who is Ul —Thirty >'ears of continuous service. Sleeper Mortuary, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson and their daughters Misses Grace and Ruth were in Neosho Falls yesterday on business. Mrs. J. P. Dwyer arrived today from Kansas City to be: a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Brigham, and her brothers A. P. Brigham and family, and N. J. Brigham and Mrs. Brigham. At Your Grocer TOMORROW Fresh WONDER RAISIN BREAD , At a Reduced Price Buy Bread from Your Grocer Mr. and Mrs. C. P? Donald, of Erie were guests Sunday of Mrs. Donald's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Willett, and of Mr. Donald's sister, Mrs. B. W. Curtis and her family. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. LeValley and their children of LeRoy visited last evening with Mr. LeValley's mother, Mrs. Rosa LeValley, who is ill. A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY and MARKET Comer Second and Lincoln We Deliver—Phone 292-291 Texas Grape Fruit, Juicy and seedless, per doz 33c Large ones. 7 for 25c Com Meal. 10-lb. sack.... 10c White Loaf Flour, large sack 99c O. K. Bran Flakes, 3 lor 25c Com Flakes, large pkg., 3 for 27c. Fruit-Jell, any flavor, each...5c Pickwick Mixed Vegetables, (Finest you ever used) can. 15c Mello. makes water like rainwater, 2 for 15c Tomatoes or Cora, 2 No. 2 cans for —15c Pickwick Pineapple or Peaches, No. 2% cans, each 19c Garden Olory Bartlett Pears, No. 2V= cans, each 19c Bacon, good sweet cured, sliced, 2 lbs 25c Coffee, the best you ever bought for 25c per lb. or your money back. Upshaw's Country Butter, guaranteed fresh. Cocomalt, 1-lb. can 47c Flying Family Jlg-Saw Puzzle Free. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14,1933. PAGE THREE Mis. A. L. Wllmotli of LaHarpe Is 'Visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Biggs. B. W. Curtis, proprietor of Cur- tls's store, and Paul Stazel were in Kansas City Monday on business. —A R. Chambers, M. D. Office Mittelbach BIdg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. O. F. Kllnk, manager of the Kansas state Orange business association, left yesterday for Wichita land other western points on business. He return Saturday. Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat; Cleaned and Pressed • 35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Ser\'lce If Desired SISTER A^ARY'S KITCHEN I BY SISTER MAR\ .\K.\ Srrvicc Writrr 'K you uro in tcarrli of .nn iiicx-,; pcnsivi; .iiklltioii to your cmer-! ^.rj ^wcy shcU. why dbii'l you cousid-' rr tlriod br-ef? Tlicrc arc iiiiurnier- aljc w .Tys lo make good use ot this nlTl -linie product that has meant so inuoli to pioneer Aniorica. Tlic dried beef on Ihu market In glass par.s Is cvccllpnt, and there are ."several brands' from wlilch to ;c)i<>osp. This variety is more cx- ipensivo than the meat in tlic bulk, •but so very convenient to have on •hand for "emergencies" that tiic =rtxtra expense Is warranted. For regular,, planned-ahead meal.'!, liow- cvcr. It pays to use the bulk beef ^whicb your butcher or grocer Will slice as thin as paper for you. ' The nourishment furnished by j •dried beer is not particul.arly im- iportanl. It is usually combined : vllh other foods which supply the ^jirtual food value, the beef adding flavor ito bland foods and making iho dish appetizing. However, there i is no waste, and pound for iMjund, i compared with round steak, the fuel .value ot dried beet is 12 per cent higher. The amount of water is less in the dried product and, • ot coiirse, there is no waste from " l >ono or fat. .Whenever dried: beet is used. It • is seldom necessary lo add salt .for . seasoriintr. The beet salts the dish .':ufficiently. It the beef is too salty it-must bejfreshened carefully. The liest way ito do this—if one has f time—Is t^) let it stand in cold I water to more than cover for one ; hour. Lift from the water and dry : between tjowcls. When time- is ; pressing i^our boiling water over beef picked in small pieces, cover and let stand three minutes. Drain carefully. ; Monday's Menu 1} KK:AKFAST : Grape juice, cereal, crriuii, ham. omelet, crisp graham toast, milk, coffee. LUNXHEON: Cream of celery soup, toast sticks, Chinese > cabbage salad, savory dried beet sandwiches, sliced oranges with shredded cocoanut, crisp cookies, milk, tea. DINNER: Breaded veal cutlets, browned parsnips, creamed carrots, cl'.ecse ball salad, chocolate bread pudding, hiilk, coffee. A very good and inexpensive sandwich filling is made by combining finely ciioppcd dried beef, minced gherkins-^nd mayonnaise. The filling is especially good between slices ot rye or whole wheat bread. Another savory fUllng is made with cheese. This filling keeps almost indefinitely and is splendid to have on hand. Siivory Filling One cup dried beef, 1 cup flnelj diced cheese, 1 cup sifted tomato, VL teaspoon dry mustard, i,g teaspoon white pepper, 1 egg. Chop dried beef and combine with .cheese. Put in top of double bolter and cook over hot water until cheese begins to melt. Add canned tomato which has been rubbed through a coarse sieve to remove seeds and cook and stir until mixture Is thoroughly blended. Stir in mustard and pepper and add egg slightly beaten. Stir over hot water until thickened, not more than a minute, and.pour into a bowl, or p.ar to coolj. Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Woodruff of LeRoy spent the week-end vith Mr. Woodrufl's sister, Mrs. Floyd N. Kelley and her family. —Northcutt "Taxi, prompt service day and night. Phone 666. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rej-nolds had as their guests Simday Mr. and Mrs. Russell McHenry and their son Eugene, who live south of town. Don't Forget Your HOT DOGS EAST SIDE CAFE David Hart BUI Morpbey Mr. and Mrs. O. Q. Long of Blue Moimd were guests today of Mr. Long's brother, D. D. Long and his famUy. —New Spring SnlU, Coats, Dresses, Hats and accessories arriving daily at Ramsays. T Mrs. Louis Breckenridg?^ is ill of pleurisy at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Barber. PVancls Martin went to Kansas City this morning, to attend the automobile show. He will return tonight. FRYER BROS. GROCERY T. N.T. Lamidry'Soap, 1-Ib. bar. 6 for 22c Lake Fisl?, nice size, 3 for 10c Toilet Paper, 5 rolls — ...19c Pineapple, No. 10 can Crushed..42c Star Flour, 48-Ib. sack, guaranteed,. Special, Wednesday only 60c Phone 401 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tweedy entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Wlllc and their children of Piqua at dinner Siuiday noon. —PHONE 1175 for Plumbing and Repair Work. lola Plumbing Co. Mrs. B. A. Hixon, Who resides in East Lawn addition, received painful bruises Stuiday when she fell in her home. SALE One More Day Cleaning and Pressing 4 Garments $1.10 Hats Cleaned and Blocked 44c One Garment 29c CUT RATE. CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 D. M. Kinser received word this morning of thd death of his brother Caleb Kinser yesterday at his home in Liberal. The funeral was to be held at Liberal this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Complete Winter Snper Service for Yonr Car Anti-Freeze,- Battery Fluid, Brake Service, Radiator Service, Crankcase Service, Body Work, Oil, Washing, Gas, Tire Service, Ignition. : SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.-^Phone 80 Mr. j and Mrs. O. H. Dorsett returned Monday from Everett, ^o.. where they attended the funeral of Mr. Dorsett's mother,'Mrs. J. H. Dorsett, held Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church, of whlch-she has been a member for 50 years. Mrs. Dorsett died February 9, in the 88th year of her age. Mr. Dorsett died 15 years ago. LEAS FIGHT ON AT HIDEAWAY LAHARPE, Feb. 14;— Miss Edna Olsh spent the week-end at her home in Topeka. The Qeorgc and Martha Washington Tea given by the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist chiuxh, will be held at the <pne of Mrs. 'Willis Kerr Thursday afternoon. There «-lll be a program In the afternoon and evening. Luncheon will be served from 3 o'clock until 7 p. in. The public is Invited to attend. Mrs. Ruse, Wichita, . and Mrs. Rutherford, Wellington, returned yesterday to their homes after visiting in Kansas City, and here with. Mrs. Ruse's brother, O. D. Hartley and Mrs. Hartley for several weeks. Lidce Lea. left, former U. S. Senator and former Nashville, Tenn., newspaper publisher, and his son, Luke Lea Jr., are shown here at their hideaway in the mountain village of Jamestown, Tenn. They have subriiitted to arrest by a Tennessee sheriff and will fight extradition to North Carolina. Tlie pair fled to the mountain country following loss of their appeals cn conviction in Asheville, N. C, pri national bank charges. The former predominant political figure in the south T *ill fight extradition through habeas corpus proceedings. Tlieir conviction followed failure of the Central Bank and Trust company of Asheville. NSWERS J EFFERSON DAVIS was the only Confederate pre.sldent. Acrimonious means S.A.RCAS- TIC. BITTER TEMPimED. PROF. AUOUSTE PICCARD has ascended over TEN MILES into tlLe stratosphere. M. J. Klein attended an ice hockey game Saturday evening at the Pla- Mor rink in Kansas City. —Tj-epwritcrs. $15.00 and up. Williams Typewriter Co. Miss Helen Hall was a dinner guest Sunday of Miss Arlone McBee. —Try our . Pies with the tender C ie crust and rich filling. Just like ome made. lola Bakerj-, 120'East Jackson. ^ MORE MONEY FOR JAP ARMY. Largest Budget Ever Approved in Japan Smiled by Arms Costs. Tojtyo, Feb. 14. (APWTlie Japanese, imperial diet, or parliament, ap- provtd by a standing vote today the largest budget in the.history of the nation, totalling 2.239 million yen (abolit $480^00,000). Only three proletarians, among the kome 450 members dissented. The [measure now goes to the house pf p^ers. . TT^e swollen proportions of the budgjet were primarily due to the demands of the army and navj-, to whicjh appropriations totalling 821 million yen (about $172,410,000) are allotxed. This is more than 100 mil- yen larger than the estimated ne from taxation. It I is proposed that 186 million yen (abcjut $39,100,000) be spent for an- othejr j-ear's military campaign in Manchiu-ia. For new arms and munitions for the army and navy, an allotment of 210 million j-en (about $44400,000) is made. "The increased militarj- expenditures are intended primarily to put teeth in the government's announcement that it will defend the state of Mknchukuo. ' NEWS OF LAHARPE Gal Ward to Speak at Farmer's Union Meeting, in School Honse Friday at 8 p. m. Having sold my : Bread Business : I am now located EAST SIDE CAFE Your Patronage Appreciated : DAVID HART lola, Kas. Oscar Ericson'and Mr. Pierce werp in Jeddo district Monday afternoon oh business. Quincey Lacy, near Moran, was in LaHarpe on business Monday afternoon. Frank Stevenson and H. V.Trox- ell attended the Auto Show while they were in Kansas City over the week-end. Chas. Williams drove to Carlyle on business Monday afternoon. Henry Ensminger is quite ill at his home in the northeast part of town. Mrs. Carl Eller returned to her home in Americus, Kas., Simday after spending a week here with her father, Henry Ensminger and other relatives. Miss Ada Meeks is spending several days in Blue Mound with her brother, Loren Meeks and Mrs. Meeks and family. <Clyde Owens, Humboldt, Is spend- Uig a few daj-s with his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Owens and other relatives. Mrs. Pees and Mrs. Viola iChezem, Ida, called Monday afternoon on their brother, Herbert Martin and Mrs. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. SomervlUe entertained Sunday with a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Paddock, and Mr. and Mrs. .Victor Paddock and Donald Lee. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Harris called in the evening. Mrs. P. E. Wood reports that she hatched Friday 10 White Wyandotte chickens put of a setting of 10 eggs. These, are the first chicks . in this community. There will be two basketball games here tonight in the high school gym, the first and second boys teams of Colony vs. the La­ Harpe teams., There will be a Farmer's Union meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. "The TAKES BARRY'S POST IN SENATE J. Mark Trice, above," is the Senate's acting sergeant-at-arms, replacing David Barry, removed because he wrote in Alfred E. Smith's' magazine that some senators grafted. Trice, who had hem Barry's deputy, is 30, youngest to hold the post. state president, Cal Ward, will be the speaker. There will be a musical program. The public is imited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke and children, Wallace and Wllma . spent Sunday near Chanute- with Mr. Hoke's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hoke and family. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon ait the Methodist church conducted by Rev. J. W. Howerton for Mrs. Charity Barker, who passed away at the home of I her daughtei'.-last week. Mrs. Barker has been a resident of this cdm- mimityjfor many years and has many friends and relatives who arc sad at her passing. Burial was made in the LaHarpe cemetory. I PROVES ITS How You May Look Prettier New, wonderful MELLO-GLO face powder hides tiny lines and WTlnkles, reproduces the fresh, healthy bloom of youth. No shiny noses. Stays on longer, prevents largo pores. Spreads smoothly without that "pasty" flaky look. No.irritation because a new French process makes it the purest of all face powders. Buy MELLO- GLO today. 50c and $1.00, tax free. Brown's Drug Store. C hest Colds Best treated without "dosing" STAIN LESS now, if you prcfer. JDo You Know That the Boston Latin school was founded in 1635 : and That we have bargains in used tires. CITY OIL CO. D. C Dnllea, Mgr. Washington and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO ...-FIRST with EVERY MAJOR l ^iPROVEMENT THIS TIMS WITH Class "B'' AmpUfi- cation, setting a new standard ipt colorful tone, in a console of rare beauty at an amazing new low price! Enjoyment of ownership of this mir- Teloijs Majestic may easily be yours. Investigate our limited trade-in 6^er and special easy terras! We invite you to come in, see and hear otxt of the new J1933 Majesties. ' Price, complete with Majestic Matched Tuies and Federal tax paid:] W. H. Wood fine Furniture^ We Trade—Terms—Free Delivery."' 202 S. JeJEferson , Phone 190- When a farmer delivers 17 lbs. Blue Grass It's a legal bushel. When the seeds man cleans it up a bit he delivers 19 lbs. and calls it "Fancy"—cleaned to 21 lbs. its "Extra Fancy"— cleaned so a biishel weighs 24 lbs. it's "The Best Sold"— that's ours and only 25 cents a poimd—50% cheaper than a year ago. Frequently the telephone call is "I want the same grade my neighbor got"—ahd it is—one grade "The Best." SILVNNON HARDWARE Phone 29 An Tola mother received a valentine greeting telegram this morning from,her son, who is attending college out of town, which contained the following message; "All love begins wrtth mother so why shouldn't I ask my mother to be my Valentine?" WAHTTQWYOUNe? The secret of keeping ytwng is to feel >-oung—to do this you must watch your liver and bowels—there's no need of having a sallow complesdon— dark rings imder your eyes—irimples —a bilious look in yoai face—dtill eyes wiUi no sparkle. Your doctor vrill tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from inactive bowels and liver. _ Dr. Edwards, a well-ioiown physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable compound as a substitute for calomel to act on'the liver and bowels, which he gave to his patients for yeais. Dr. Edwanls CHive Tablets are gentle in their action yet always effective. They help bring about that natural buoyancy which all should enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. Dr. Edwiards Olive Tablets are known by theirolivecolor. 15c.30c,e0c R. B. Warner ."spent a "few hours | in Ottawa Sunday evening. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Drnlist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. The interior of the office of the Clark Lumber company is being, painted and redecorated. .'\tteDtioi\ Teachers. — Tlio Register Job DeiJartmenl will . now be open during noon hours and Saturday afternoons. Miss Pern Klein returned to Ottawa Sunday evening after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.Klein. J. L. Hair attended an American Legion meeting last evening in Pittsburg. Salt Lake City—Mid-term lists of students reported to deans at the University of Utah as not up to standard were noticeably shorter than usual. E. J. Norton..rocorder. has a theorj*. Bad weather, he says; kept the stiidents Indoors and they had more time for study. THEN HELL BROKE LOOSE! " 'The Big Drive" with its actual scenes of the World War far surpasses any .war picture ever shown on the screen!" ETHEL B. LANGLEY. Pres. V. F. W. Auxiliarj". •'It impresses me as being a powerful sermon for the pre- • vention of war. tswrould like to have it shown in Tola, . and i everyone who possibly can urged | to see ii, especially the younger generation." MRS. HERR, Federated Clubs. [ iWatcli this space tomorrow,) Palm Beach, Florida In every coraer of the world, both here and overseas, wherever you find joy in life.'tis always "Luck ies Please" Character.. for a perfect start Mildness..for perfect enjoyment You'll recognize it instantly —the fragrant, full-flavored character of Lucky Strike's fine tobaccos. And then the tempting deli' dousness of these fine tobaccos is enriched and purified by the famous "Toasting" process—that exclusive treatment which n^akes tobaccos really mild. Oriy Luckies offer these two benefits and for these two reasons—Character and Mild- ness-"Luckie8 Please!" Cepjrlfbt. ItSS. Th* AiBKtcu Tobaoco Compuv- 'ecause'lvs toasted*'

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