Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 21, 1933 · Page 3
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TOud KANSAS THE IOLAMILY REGISTER^ WBSDAYEVENING ^J ^BRtiARY 21.19S3. JJAGE THREEiL Mrs. E. I. Koperski returned this aitemoofi from Wlnfield wherd she _ has,been vlsitlngr her sister Miss • Welthalee Grover the past few days. Miss Orover is a teacher in the [V; schools there. .: —St. John's Altar society will hold card Party in Sifers Bide., on East Madison Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. to 11 p. m. Adm. single couple 15c; 2 TCUpIes 25cJ Lunch will be served. _ Miss Betty Ruth Reid spent the ^week-end at Neosho Falls as the guest of Miss Julia Mary Finney. M. W. Snelilng and his son Dcn- L aid returned - yesterday to their home in Stilwell after a week-ena visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Amdt. I : Ask for FAreMONT ICE CKEAM It's. pure, delicioos, tasty Made In lola from Allen county products • • Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long and their son Loraine visited Sunday With Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Long, who live near Blue Mound. E. D. Long a nephew of D. D. Long. • —Stdp thase dripping faucets with Drp Proof Washers. lola Plumbing Co. Phone 1175. Claude; Edwards and ,his family. In Bums, and with Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilson in Potwin. Mrs. E. Meek returned last night from -St.; Joseph, Mo., where she attended the funeral of her mother. Mrs. Lydia McClelland. Wrprked Automobiles REPAIRED A.xles and Wliccis Straiclit- oncd Without Heating Acetylene Welding c. c. MCCARTY & sos 301 South SI. Phone 216 Mr. and Mr.s. W. E. Corii ; and their dauBhtcr Zoldono of Chanute were guest.s Sunday of Mrs. Corn's .-Sifter Mr.s. H. F. Wlnkleman and lier family. !•' —Try our ricli cuiaiily Delicious ! Bread. The buying public knows the best. Get a loaf at your grocer ot-bakQry today. lola Bakcrj'. Miss ^Frances Chicken relumed Sunday evening from- a short visit witli her parent-s Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chicken, who live near Humboldt. Menu for Wednesday Stewed Chicken and Dumplings Roast Pi-ime Ribs Veal Loaf Spanish Sauce Little Pig Sausage—Fried Apples Tliree vesetables. salad.'dessert, beverage. 25c KOZY KOVE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor returned Sunday night to their home Z in Kansas City after a week-end visit/-with Mrs. Taylor's parenUs Mr. 'and Mrs. B.- E. TTiompson. They were' accompanied l>omc by Mrs. Thompson, who will be their guest for a few daj's. Miss Edna Thomas of Tulsa visited her mothe^, Mrs. J. M. Thomas over the week-end. Attention Teachers. —The Register Job Department will now be open during noon hours>nd Saturday afternoons.' Marion Louise Eastwood, who lives northeast of town, is spending: the week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor. SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY Complete Chicken. Dinner topped with Peach Short Cake and V/hipped Cream We invite Mi-, and Mrs. J. D. Buchanan and daughters to be our guests for dinner Wednesday. I Mcek's PoUy Ann Cafe Pat ,Dullea of Milwaukee, Wis., arrived last night for a visit with his brother E. P. Dullea. and his nephew D. G. Dullea and his family. RUGS! RUGS; —New shipment.. Latest designs and colors for less at Curtis's. Mrs. D. H. Robins and her daughter Mary Jean Robins of Kansas City were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bustard. • Mr. and Mrs. Philo Lyons and Mrs. R. T. Overgard of Humboldt were in town yesterday on business and for a visit with friends. Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat Gleaned and Pressed -35o- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. 'White attended a bridge party Saturday evening at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bunie in Chanute. . o —Si. John's Altar .society will hold Card Party in Sifers Bldg., on Eo.st Madi.son Wednesday evening, 8 p. m, to U p. m. Adm. single couple 16c; 2 couples 25c. Lunch will be served. J. J. Sutton of Westphalia and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Donaldson and Uielr children of Gamott were gucsl.s Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Payne. Mrs. PajTie Is a daughter of Mr, Siitton and is a sister of Mrs. Donaldson. BRAKES RUINED Winter brings an added strain nn the brake.s—more stopping, more jamming on the brake pedal. Have your brakes tested, adjusted, or relined today. Be Sure! Be Safe! SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mrs. William Newman of La- Harpe. Mr. arid Mrs. C. E. Newman and their daughter Carol Beth, and Mrs. Harold Oliver and her son Harold Jr.. ^pent Sunday with Mrs. William Newman's mother, Mrs. Anna Jaro, in Xenla. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Inman, who have been confined to their home by illness the past few days, are reported improving. FIRESTONE BATTERIES .. PI^ICES AND YOUR OLD, BATTERY listen to the "Yoke of Firestone" Every Monday .Vi.5/1/ Chxr N. B. C. Nationidde Nelu\>rh Buy Firestone and Save Money! F IRESTONE owm and operates one of the largest and best equipped Battery Factories in the world . . . making the celebrated Firestone Batteries in tvpes to fit the smallest car or the largest truck or bns. During this sale, for a limited time oiily, Me will make a special 259o allowance for your old Battery. This amounts to one-fourth of the price of the new Firestone Battery you buy. This offer may be with- draun at any time so take advantage of this great saving while you hare the api>orlunity. FIRESTQNE-TEXACO tiTY OIL CO. D. C. DULLEA, MGR. WASHINGTON AND BROADWAY lUcbard TtAies, linotype joi^ra^ for The Register, Is conSned 'to his borne with tt^^jflu. ' | —Dr. H; L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. 7 C. O. Petersod, Earl Knock,. Robert Irwin and Qeorge Peterson will go to Pittsburg tomorrow to attend a Southwester]n Bell Telei^one company meeting. FRYER BROS. GROCERY : Mackerel, 8-oz. fish 3 for 25c : Pickwick: Coffee, special for Wednesday] per lb 28c Small Primes^ per lb 5c Fr. Side or Pork Shoulder lb. 5c : Creme Oil Soap, bar 5o Phone 401 Mr. and Mr^, their daughter Monday from and pleasure L. L. Barnes and Arlene returned a two-day business to Wichita; trip : Mr. and Mrs. 'Verne Larson and their son Bemlard of Elsmore were guests Sunday of M:r. and Mrs. Pius Durbin. A service not based on profits— Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs! Kenneth Crippin of Oamett visited Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. Crippin's uncle and auntl, Mr. and Mis. W. P. McFadden. J. H. Burger,; grand high priest of the Encampment branch of the I. O. O. P., returned Thursday from Independence and Predonia where he attended L 0.|0. P. meetings. THE FAULTLESS ELECTRIC WASHERS 1 • • with the Z roli-a-tabs free, are the talk of the town. Have yonr free tryout today! : W. H. Wood Fine Furniture 302 South Jefferson Phone 190 L, S. Bustard of Minneapolis, Minn., was an over-night guest Sunday of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bustard. I —Antrim Wall Paper Store, 219 N. Jefferson. Prices right, Quality right, Service right. Mrs. George Slack atul her daughter Miss Evelyn and her sons Robert and George moved to 424 South street yesterday from 422 South Washington. Is Your First Aid Cabinet Ready for an Emergency? We have a full stock of the best Coldj Remedies. I Bron-n!s Drug Store Phone 255 Mr. and Mris. Harry Greathouse Jr., spent Sunday with Mrs. Greathouse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Ashbrook, in Humboldt. —•you will find the typewriter you want at Williams Typewriter Co. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dean arrived today from Seimlnole, Okla., called by the death of their father H. J. Dean. '• I —Ruth Dean's Beauty Shoppe is giving Oil Permanents for $1.50— guaranteed. Pho. 282. 210 S. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwwds and their daughter Carolyn visited Sunday with Mr. Edwards's brother, • j J. E. Baker, proprietor of the West Street Machine shop, returned to his work Montlay after being confined to his home by illness the past two weeks. i MONT McKINNEY GROCERY AND MARKET Strawberries, extra fancy, box...17c Rhubarb, choice Calif., 2 lbs.... .25c Bananas 5 lbs. 23c Grape-Prult, med. size, dozen 37c Onions 10 lbs. 17c New Cabbage, per lb 3c Head Lettuce, per lb. 10c Free Delivery. 110 South Washington Phone 173 Mr. and Mrs., Ed Hunter of Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Carrier and their daughter Vera Jean of Lotus Elm, were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. Hunter's father. J. E. Hunter, and his sister, Mrs. W. E. Dulinsky and her family. Mr. Carrier is a nephew of J. E. Hunter. AS FARMERS STORMED NEBRASKA CAPrTOL Party ' tor Membm Naf Frtehman Class QiTm at Home of Jack Works. Hundreds o^ Nebraska fanners marched on the legislature at: Lincoln to present demands for lowered taxes. relief fiwn foreclosures and from low produce prices. Here is the scene as the farmers stormed the beautiful capitQl biiiloing. Over the capltol entrance is a plaque that, reads: • The salvation of the state is watchfulness m the citlzlen. . . , Mrs, Phila day night Fort Scott. S. Trout returned Pri- from a business trip to Ruddy checks—sparkling most women can have. Dr. F. Kl. Edwards for 20 years treated scores of women for liver and bowel ailments. 'During these years he gave bis patients a substitute for calomel made of a few well-known vegetable ingredients, naming them-Dr. Edwaids Olive Tablets. Know them by their olive color. These tablets are wonder-workers on the liver and bowels, causing a normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you teive a pale face, sallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headadies, a listless, no-good feefing, all out of sorts, inactive bowels, take one of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets nightly for a time aind note the pleasing results. I i Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets—now and tbentokeepfit 15c 30c and 60c Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Cox were dinner guests J^unday noon of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Crandall at the Crandall ranch- west lof LeRoy. —New Midget Radios. $13.50. Hen- nlnger's Ful-nlture Store. Miss Mildred Bovvman of Humboldt aiid Miss Irene Corr I returned Sunday night from a week-end visit with frlcndi In Emporia. Mrs. J. E. Po«-ell returned Sunday night from Kansas City where she spent the week-end with her sister Mrs, |o. C. Kennedy, who is 111 of pneumonia, and reports her a little improved. Any Dress, Suit or Coat , Cleaned and Pressed' r —'3Sc—— Let us 6lean and Repair all those old garments now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 W. Ittadlson Mrs. J. C. Schnell, formerly of lola. Is critically ill at her home in Yates Center, according to word re- today. Mrs. Dan Fry had as for the week-end Mr. S. LowmiUer of Park- celved here , Mi-, and their guests and Mrs. O. ville. Mo. Mr. arid l|lrs. S. E. Russell arrived last night irom, Kansas city to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sawyer, w-ho liye north of town. —A since-e invitation Is extended to those who may desire advance mortuary Iriformatlon. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and lylrs. Glenn Freeman and their son ^erry of Parsons visited Simday .(witjh Mrs. Freeman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller and with Tia. Freeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mosher. ' —A R. Chambers,.M. D. Office Mlttelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederickson entertained Miss Anna. Suttllffe of Chanute at dinner Sunday noon. Miss Freda Graf and Stanley Davis of Kansas City were week-end guests In the home of Mr. Davis's parents Mr. and lilrs. Ira N. Swain. Mr. Davis Is a student at the Kansas City school of osteopathy. ' Mrs. J. J. Troutwlne spent Sunday at Geneva as the guest of.Mr. and Mrs. 1. Henry Grinun. Mrs. Troiit'a-ine Is a sister of Mrs. Grimm. 666 LIQUID—TABLETS—SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes, .Malaria in 3 days.' 666 SALVE for Head Colds Most Speedy Remedies Known f<MMac bom, Mkd «Mi BIu« '.swrtxvnut MJi«t.. SOU) mr w DRY (?OODS CO. lOLA'S POPULAR STORE Just; Arrived New Spring Wash Frocks $1--$1.95 We admit! they look as if they cost more . . But that's one of the things we like to do—give yon better-thain-ordinary values . . These dresses are in new 1933 cotton prints . . And in styles you're sure to love. SizesiH to 52. Women's Smart Bags Very Special at $1.00—$1.95 There are distinctive tailored styles—and others trimmed with metal and marca- site. They^ aU silk lined and fitted with coin pnrse and mirror. In Black, Brown, Blue, Grey, RJed, or Biege. AS WAR STRIKES COLOMBIA HUMBOLDT, F^b. 20—"Hie Misses Mildred Harmon, Dorothy Reynolfls and Dorothy McCauIe'y, teachers in the Humboldt schools, spent the week-end in, Kansas City, arriving home iSunday night. Wlhnot Redfield and his sister, Miss Lunetta; of North Main street, spent from Friday to Sunday evening in Kansas City, visiting friend there. Mrs. E. W. Mylea-. Humboldt, was a guest of the' M<^k post W. R. C. No. i45 at its meefing held Friday in Memorial Hall, lola. The fourth meeting of the Mission study! class of the.Presbyterian missionary society met at the home of Mrs. W. B. Glover, Monday afternoon; Mrs.: L. T. Bunnell presiding over the following program: Devo- tlonals consisted of a song and the Lord's prayer in unison. Mrs. Grace Adams gave the concluding chapter of the Foreign Mission study book. "Lady Fourth Daughter," followed by a short Intermission hi which the members present discussed missions In china. Mrs. Bunnell discussed the home mission study book, "Missionary Work Among the Indians," Mrs. Markle showing several pictures of Indian life in Arizona. At the close of this interesting program, refreshments were served to the follow- 1 Ing persons: Mrs. W. A. Byerley Mrs. Lucy Callantlne, Mrs. R. T. Garvle. Mrs. H. H. McClelland, Mrs Ruth Wrighti Mrs. G. W. McCreary Mrs. L. T. BuhneUl Mrs. Alvm Wood Mrs. Grace Adams, Mrs. Wlllard Eastham, Mrs. L. Holtschnelder, | Mrs. Peck, Mrs. S. Harmon, Mrs Jesse Van Nice, Mrs. H. Markle and the hostess, Mrs. W, B. blover. A party composed of 23 members of the freshman class of the high | school was given by Jack Works at his home west of Humboldt Saturday night, the evenihg being spent In games and a social time. Refreshments were served by Joyce Work who acted as hostess to the party for her brother. The followitig persons Were In attendance: Velda Bar- ricklowe, Margaret Hlxon, Julia Hamm, Ruth Malles, Margaret Strieby, Anita Eckart. Madonna Clark, Joyce Works, Jean Shepard, 01eave| Lewis, Georgie Garvle. Joe Brooke, Ansel Oweijs, Leroy-Dupuy, Edwin Nes.sel, Edwin Lehman. Wesley Klrschner. Harry Buskirk, Ashton Wood, Arthur Horn and Jack Works. Cottage Grove Ladies' Aid will meet TJriursday at the home of Mrs C. C. Jackson, south of Humboldt, for ah all day meeting. • •. The Rotary club held its regular meeting Monday evening at the Ho- Wo WROTE THIS? lUlATISHISOFFIQAL C/kWOTY IN THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS L COUNOL? ' A! *THEH^TW SHOCKS THE dSUXECULESTHIWOlU)' .JDANDOPBJATEDTHEnRsir :uL AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ?! AnswersI will be found on Page' 6) eel Monrte, and after supper ElKler Harclerode n^ade a short patriotic talk on Washington. About twelve members! were'present, only routine business being attended to. " H. H. McClelland, John H. Armel, T. A. Railsback and the Rev. G. W. Horn met; as ii committee appointed by the session, of the. Presbyterian church jMonflay evening at the Rallsback hoipe to further plans for promoting the church's Interests.' John Jenkhis,, who died recently at Kansajs City, and whose body was shipped here for burial, was'lnterfed in Mt. Hope cemetery Sunday afternoon following short services belrtg held at the Leitzbach funeral parlors. A well attended meeting of toe Humboldt chamber of commerce was held Moinda^ evening, many plans being diqcusscd for the promotion of the best interests of the city. Mrs. W. T. Garvle and family entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nat A. Armtil and children, and Mrs. F. D. CuWer.. all of Tola. • As war clouds grow darker in South Anierica, Interest in military Increases with President Herrera of Colombia shown above reviewing cadts of the MiUtary School. His countrj- is injdifflculty with Peru over the occupied city of Leticia. and already one aeriaP battle has been fought. Shown. In the re\iewhig group (left to rlgl tary of the ministry of war; Augustin M( tj;rior; President Herrera and Carlos Oribe Gavlria,,minister of war. lit are: Gen. Anlbel Angel, secre- Lrales Olaya, minister of the in- An Eminent Pbysician Prescribed this lomc A s a young man Dr. R. V. Pierce practiced medicine in Pennsylvania. His-prescriptions ract witli.such great demand that he moved to Buffalo, N. Y. and "put up in rcady-to-usc fomi hfs well-known tonic for the blood. Golden Medical Piscovery. It aids Idigestion, acts as a tonic, and enriches the blood—clears away pimples and annoying eniptions and tends to keep the complcxionj fresh and clear. If r«a wnl frM mwilMl mirUe Writs t* Dr. PieRe*. aimie in Boffalo, N. Y. DOUBLE? Vicks new Antiseptic does every thiiig that any gargle or mouth-wash can an^ should d6—at halfihe cost 1 THE PROOF is acttial use. To furnish this proof, 5 million bottles in a specialjtriai size were supplied to druggists— 60 /ow cost. But the demand h48 been enormous. ^ If your druggist is already out, git the regular 10-ounce size . . . a 7Sc .value ^or.only 3Sc Use it one week; U you are not delighted with its quality . . . aiid amazing economy . . . retuiil unused portion, to your druggist and get your money back. ^ WICKS 4 VVORATONE ANTISEPTIC: BY MAKERS OF ViCKS VAPORt9 Only Luckies have such character...such mildness "jnharactcr" — the character of liuckies' fine golden-brown tobacco. In the Southland, in Virginia, in^^Georgia, in North Carolina, in South Carolina, in , Kentucky, they know that only the finest, most carefully selected tobaccos are chosen for Lucky Strike. And because these choice tobaccos are "Toasted"—purified by Luckies' exclusive process — Luckies are made truly mild. For these . two reasons — Character and Mildness—"Luckies:Please!" ^ecai/se* Ivs toasted-'

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