Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 16, 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 16, 1933
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TOLA, KANSAS: I': \ l&s.iE. C. Cannon is 111 with in- tluenza. i —Courteous attention,' reliable service. Waugh Funeral Home. ; The Bev. and Mrs. J. W. Spicer arrived this morning from LeBoy fo be gpests of Mrs. Spicer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Samuel. FRYER BROS. GROCERY iPeaches, Pickwick. No. 10 34c fCherries, Sturgeon Bay, No. 10 41c iWhite Laundry Soap. 10 for...21c V Raisins, Seedrcss. 3 Ib.s 18c ^ 5 pounds for .27c ; Green Beans. No. 2 can. 2 for. .15c " The Rev. G. N. Jackson, colored, of Lawrence, -n-as a dinner guest today of Mrs. J. \V. Gordon and Xouis Johnson Jr. The Rev. Mr. ' Jackson is a Baptist state miision- rary. _ Prices Werie Burned ; at the Ideal B<)Ot Shop 5 West Madison Miss Margaret Sliewol! arrived this morning from Neosho Palis for a visit with her sister. Orrald- ino Shewell. PRICE REmJCTIOX The A. B. C. Electric Ironer .Now Only ?39,50 The Hammond Elfctric Card Table tliat .shuffles and deals, ' —-S22.50 Free Trial Terms W. H. \VOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 1!)0 Miss Karyl V. Diigan, who has Ijeen tlie guest of fiEr parcnUs Mr. and Mi-s. CJeorge Dilgsin (Ho past two days, returned this morning to Clia- nute wliere .stic is tht- Southwestern Bell Telephone offieo. Mr. and "iSxa. Hendeison Mitchell were in Chanute Wednesday afternoon on business. —City or Farm Insurance at cost. Farmers Union Insuamce Co. G. B. Rose, Agent, LaHarpe. Phone 684. Mrs. W. P. Shepard and her daughter Miss M&delln.and her son Bobbie, and Mrs. Jessie Garrison of Kincald spent today in lola. FRIDAY^ MENU Fried Channel Cat Fish, Tartar Sauce Prime Riljs of Beef Au Jus Pried Smoked Sausage Candied Yams Boiled Beef Dumplings Vegetables Salad. Dessert 7 Potatoes Drink Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Phope 790 Mrs. V. L. Martin, formerly of lola, is seriously ill at St. Marj-'s- hospital in Kansas City, according to word received here today. —Antrim WaU Paper Store. 219 N. Jefferson. Pi-ices right, Quality right. Service right. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Slephonsoh went to Kansas City today to attend the automobile show.- Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pi-es.sed 35c L(!t us Clean and Repair all old gannonts now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS. Phone 797 111 W. Madison THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THimfeAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1983. -..'^ iu ..M-.. ... u ,....... ; ... . . I Any Suit. or Overcait . Cleaned and Pre,s.sfd - 35c • : , ABLESON CLEANEK.S : Phon<! 105 : One Day Service If Desired : -Miss Jeanne McKussick. who lias been a guest of Mr. and Mi-s. D. A. Long, Miiss Ida Barnhart. and John Bamliart tlie past two weeks, went to Bolivar. Mo., yesteraay for a wqek's visit with Iriends. She. will return to lola .for a longer visit before going to her home in Knox, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Long and Mr. •Barnhart took hei as far as Fort Scott in UieJi" car. returning last night. Fifteen members were present at a meeting of the Scientific Research club in the senior high school building last night. Miss Alma Hud.son gave a talk on fungi. Ladies' Slioc's Fire—49c—Sale Ideal Boot ShoiJ 5 West MadLson • Mr. and MJ-.S. C. M . Cortncr of Kansas City were in town yesterday on business ai)d tor a short visit with tl-ieir daughter. Miss Glady.s Coi-tner. Mr. Cortncr is superin- i tendent of agents | of the Midland \ Life Insurance company. : .Mr. .and Mrs. Otibert 3KUktns of Burllngame were week-end guests of Mre. WUldns'* pareHts, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reade. —Don't forget Second ftnhaal Moments i Musical Club Minstrels, Memorial Hall, Tuesday evening, February 21st. :Biil Buttram returned Wednesday afternoon from a three-day stay in Kansas City. SUPER SERVICE FOR ¥(HJR OAK General Repair Oilinr ana Gceasinir Car Washing General Tires Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone M Mrs. May Puckett returned last evening from a ten-day viStt with.a cousin,'; Mrs. Maude Prakes; in Ellc Falls. Ladies' Shoes Fire—S90r-Sale Ideal Boot Shop 5 West Madison I Mrs. Anna Sickly, formerly of lola, is quite ill in a hospital at Rochester, N. y., according to word received here Tuesday. Mrs. Sickly is the mother of Dumont Sickly of Moran. Why Take Less for Yoor Produce? Why Pay More for Your Flour and Feed? We Satisfy Our Customers R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. :0. Phone 389 Mrs. George Miller of Chanute was a guest Tuesday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Hurlock^ —Just received another .shipment of full-fashioned Pure Silk in Service and Chiffon weight. New spring shades—S9c per pair or 2 pairs for $1.00. The Style Shop. I Mr. and Mj's. H. A. Jones and tlieir I duugliters. Berneice and Prancine, !.si)ent Sunday in Biuiington, guests j of Mrs^ Jones's brother, Milton Re! mer and his family. A DELICIOUS TREAT Serve Fainnonfc Ice Cream to delight young and old. Many Flavors. Order from your FAIRMONT DEALER : Try I : Burt's Cash Feed & Produce First for Garden Seeds. Complete New Stock Bulk and Package ' Phone 1400 NOTICE The Krause Hotel and Cafe will continue in business under the management of Mrs.- W. . F. E." Krause and her son, Connie. As always our aim- high quality foods and well- balanced meals-with courteous service and at ecomonicai prices—is beyond comiwrison. We thank our patrons for our years of splendid a.ssociations • and ask your continued patronage. We are here to please. THE KRAUSE HOTEL A CAFE 112 SI,—Phone lOtiO The following people returned .here last night from Neodesha wliere tliey attended the funeral of P. \. Boughner of Oklahoma City: Mr. -ind Mrs. W. E.- McFarland, Omaha. Neb.; Mr. arid Mrs. Charles A. Fry of Marshall,-Texas; Mi\ and Mrs. "j. Fred Schmidt, wlio reside southeast of lola; Mr. and Mrs. .J Paul Nigh, who live Muthwest of lola; Mr. and Mi-s. R. I%8rhompsoji, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thompson and Clyde Thompson and his daughters, Mi.sses June and Charlotte Thompson. Mrs. P. V. Boughner of Oklahoma City accompanied her parents Mr.- and Mrs. R. L. Thompson home I for a week-end visit. Burton Mclntyre, a carrier salesman for The Register, returned Wednesday afternoon from Kansas City, where he watched the demonstrations of. carrier salesmen of other newspapers' at the annual meeting of the mid-west circulation managers association. SI^iaUSLY ILL - A second physical collapse suffered within recent weeks by the Rev. William A. (Billy) Sunday, famdus evangelist, above, has resulted in doctors' orders for him to rest. The 69-year-old evangelist was stricken while delivering a sermon at Des Moines, la. The evangelist will return to his California home. 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 lljs. it's "Extra. Fancy- Cleaned so a bushel weighs 24 lbs. it's "The Best Sold"— that's ours and only 25 cents a pound. 50Tc cheaper than a year ago. Freqliently the telephone call is, "I want the same grade iny neighbor got" and it is—one grade "The Best" SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29 Miss Jean Coghill went to Lawrence Tuesday to be the guest of her sister. Miss Billie Ooghill. who is attending the University of Kansas. She will return home Friday. —See those new all-wool Skirts, spring styles and colors, also Butterfly and Puff Sleeve Sweaters and Silk Blousettes. Tlie Style Shop. Mrs. Robert McGrew and her son Robert Jr., of Humboldt visited yesterday with Mrs. MoGrew's brother. County Attorney Prank W. Taylor and his family. Mrs. C. E. liehman received '' a me.s.sage from Albuquerque. N. M., this morning to the effect that her brother, William Riley, who is seriously ill with pneumonia at a hospital thei^ is not expected to live through the day. Mr. Riley formerly redded here. PERMANENTS —?1 .95, $2.98, $5.00- Including shampoo and finger wave. Fredric Vita Tonic Ultra Violet Ray Scalp Treatments for reconditioning the hair. CATHERINE ANN BEAUTY SHOP 17',4 W.. Madison—Phone 494 •Hie college Y. W. C. A. entertained the other college students at a Valentine party in the high school Tuesday evening. About seventy attended. Helen Kerr was the general chairman and other commitfjce chairmen were: Entertainment, Ruth Armstrong, Moran; Adelaide Nystfom, Savbhburg; and Crystal McNally, lola. Decorations, Viifginia Finley, Ahna Hudson, and Anna Wilson. Refreshments, Rutli Sheldon, Hiunboldt; Mary Watson' and Margaret Remsberg, lola. Faculty members i present were Mrs, Florence Kent Beiding, sponsor or the Y, W. O; A„ and Mr. and Mrs, R, H, Carpenter. Children's Shoes Pire—59c—Sale Ideal Boot Shop 5 West Madison J. R. Cllne, who has been confined to his home the past three weeks, ^as able to be out Wednesday aftr ernoon for the first time since his ilhiess. —You'll forget all. about the depression if you attend the M. M. C. Minstrels at Memorial Hall Tuesday evening, Eebruarj- 21st. George N. Stille. who has been ill the past few days, will leave Friday for Port Leaveiiworth where he will enter the United States veterans hospital for observation. and treatment. AKention Teachers. — The Register Job Department will now be oi>en durhig noon hours and Saturday afternoons. —A R. Chambers. M. D. Office Mittelbacfi Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Mrs. J. W. Cloud, who has been 111 since the first of (lie year, is now able to be out of "bed and about the Follow the Crowds to the Fire Salt; Ideal Boot Shop 5 Madison Mrs. C. E. Kietzman and her son Charles are recovering from severe attacks of influenza. —Vou laughed last year, but you will split vour side, if vou see the M. M. C. Min.streLs at the Memorial Hall Tuesday evening, February 21. —Thor Washei-s. $5 down and -$1 a week. Radio Service Shop., 'Mrs. Mae Ingrouii underwent a minor operation this morning at St. John's ho.spital. RUGS! RUGS! —New shiiuuent. Latest desigiis and colors for less at Curtis'. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Shelly relurn- cd last night from Kansas City where they attended the automobile show. While there they WT re guests of Mrs. Shelly's parents, Mr. -and Mrs. -F. H. Mertel. PAGE THREE C. [E. gietzman will return; this evening from Wichita where he has been I att^ding a meeting of the grand lodge bodies. —ItLDMBING. Need Repairs? Let us give eistimate. Phone 1175. lola Plumbing Co. Mr. and Mrs Moran spent Si(*ly's mother! j. Dumont SiclUy of Tuesday with Mrs. Mrs. Zora Cox. County IMfixwis Frwik W. Taylor, who has been seriously ill forij about two weeks, is slowly hnprov-i Ing, Mrs. Taylor said today. —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Oiejgnosticlan. Phone ISO. Mr. and Mrs. J. Marsh and their daughter Nadhie of Kinc^d visited yesterday with Mrs. Marsh's father, F. M. Hummiston. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office oyer Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. ' Mrs. Edith Wiley and her children Rosemary and Charles left last evening for an Indefinite stay in qhillicothe. Mo. ; Men's Shoes' Pire--e.98—Sale Ideal Boot Shop 5 West Madison Mrs. "Ciu:tii'McQulgg luiderwent a major operation this morning at St^ John's hospital . —Every convenience, every comfort is afforded in,bur service rooms. Sleeper Mortuary- Mrs. Hollls Flint and her daugli-. tor Shirley Ann, who have been guests of Mrs. Flint's mother, Mrs. P. C. Irwin and her sister, Mis-i Julia Irwin the past two days, will return tomorrow to their horiie in H-miboldt, Davis. Okla.—John J. Allen, wljo I is 108 years old, has begun work on liis spring garden. He cats cornij bread three times a day and likes | to cliide" his wife. 61,.about being I "in old lady." I Why Use a Bladder Physic? "Tr drive out impurities and excess acids that cause irritation which results In getting up nights, frequent desire, biuming, leg pains or backache. BU-KOTS, the bladder physic works pleasantly on the bladder as castor oil on the Iwwels. Get a 25c test box from your druggist. After foitf days if not relieved go back and get your money. You will feel better after this cleansing and you get your regidar sleep. Brown's Drug Store and Wallar'sPalace Drug Store say BU-KETS is a best seller. rhildren's Cbfds Yield quicker lb double action.of STAINLESS riow. if you prefer Here are two chances to Coat Yourself—in PiiiNTZfiss STYLE FOR ONLY $|550 Marvellous . . . tfio fabric.s they are made of . . . fheir collar lines and sleeves . . , the way they feel—and fif. Don't delay! Give yourself the treat of trying on one of these ' new coat successes by Printz- ess today. Colors in- • elude black, grey, tan, green and blue: Sizes, 14 .to 46: petite 321/, to 461 /2- Gorg^us ^ew Dresses in plain {crepes and prints $5.95 up. New Spring Millinery at $1.95 up. Back From Market i^ials You think of this store as a selling organization. T.iet us remind you that we must Srst buy the merchandise which ^ve later sell. And when we go into the market to buy, we shop around with your interests at heart. We act as personal envoys to the numerous customers of Richardson's. We insist upon quality. We are always on the lookiout for good values. Price is importaiil. Styles mast be right... And the j,'reat care that we exercise in buying is to simplify your buying. Wash Dresses 59c, 2 for $1.00 These are in the newest styles and faiit color with trinuiiiues to matrh. Marilyn Wash Dresses $1.00 Each Of over 3UU line.-, of v.~Mi\\ u'e pick Marilyn us Uie winner. Evej-y dress carries iilylr, qualily ^nd work- iiuiaslU)!.': ^11 New Silk Blouses ANI> SWEATERS $1.95 These come in all color.s and combinations. Styles that are really Hot: ^Jillinery The masculine idea has ^ gone , to the ladles' heads. T^ic mil' liners are sl^owlng: divbrsiflcd nopic:; of mannisli hats In : straws. $1.39 to $2.95 Wc have them in all the new colors. New Draperies At Prices that will .surprise yon. The new colorings in cretonnes are marvclons. The New Coats aiid Dresses for Spring! We can't describe them. You'll have to see them and the price to really appreciate what real values we have to offer vou. Saturday Special 1 ,000 yards yard-wide prints in new colorings. Special— 4c Yard 3 Pound Cotton Batts 23c roll. Friday Special A NEW DEAL lj200 Silk Underthinffs with •Rich Trimmings— \ 25e Garment These are truly great values. Panties, .Bloomers, Step-ins, Etc. LAST CALL ON WINTER COATS! Take your choice of beautiful heavy furred .S25.00 coats tomorrow and Saturday— $7.50 Bargain Days FOR ALL LITWIN CUSTOMERS Friday & Saturday tADIES' SWEATERS 69c Many novelty, weaves in lii'ight color.s. Regular $1.00 values. FRI. AND SAT. ONI,Y, LINGERIE 19c New .spring-hlyles in stop-ltw, Dloomers,- b r 1 e 1 .s, panties, inugs, vefiUs, slips andlgowas. FRI. AND SAT. ONLY. WashFrocks - 2for$l 150 Frocks taken from our regular stock of 98c. Many; new Spring Dresses. (Limit 6 to a customer.) ; WINTER GOATS $5.00^"^" $8,00 Choice of entire stock at these two low prices. Only a limited number left, but.-Oh! What Bargains! S1.00 GIRLS' COATS—Tarns to match, sizes 2 to 6 A Large Group of Higher Priced WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR $1.00 I'p to 52.98 Values All Sizes, 3 to 8. ! —T — MEN'S SWEATERS $1.49 value.s in heavy coat .style and slip-on' V-neck sweaters. Blue and black, special at— 69c Big Values in WOMEN'S HOSIERY Wool Mixed Hosiery, pair si.oo Silk Hosiery 3 Pair for — Broken sizes of hose in values to $1.00. New Silk Blousos, each 98c Large Showing of Spring Coat.s, Dresses arid Hats. -You're invited to come in to see them. DEPARTflENT STORE

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