Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 23, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA, KANgAS Mr. and Mrs. JesS Albun of West- phaUa visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Albun's;; cousin. Miss Grayce Prentice. —Use Delicious 8J *ad with a tender golden crust aad appetizing flavor. It is alwaj's up to standard, lola Bakery. Miss Maxine Fleming, English arid Honpe Economics instructor in the IPeru high school, visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Fleming, over the week-end. THEY'RE {lERE Three g^ood used parlor suites Five used modem dinine: room suites Five slightly used bedroom suites : Easy Terms Free-.Delivery ' W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE I 203 S. Jeff, Fhone 190 Mrs. Emily Trew of LaHarpe was a guest Wednesday night and today of I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lytle; —For Sale: Dr. Mitchell's household and office, equipment now in Grand Theater Bldg., 112 West Jackson. Fi'ed Davis jvi'ill arrive Ftiday evening from Elk City to spend' the week-end with his parents,. Mi-, and Mrs. Elmer Davis. Mr. and Mis. J. F. Christy arrived yesterday from Joplin, Mo., for a visit with Mr. Christy's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Butcher. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY 23.1933. C. S. Bishop went to kansESpUyj - X^/aiid return tonight. mm Meeting Friday, 2:30 p.'m., in Legion rooms. This is Social Afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Reed and their son Bill, and their guests, M and Mrs. W. P. Holden of Sterling. Colo., will leave Friday noon for Springdale, Ark., for a week-end visit with relatives and fri^ds. Break the Monotony of Eating at Uome, Come—Bring the Family Meiek's POLLY ANN CAFE I Phone 790 Any Suit, Dro.ss or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -3,5c- ABLESON CLEASEHS Phone 105 One Day Service If De.sired Mi.ss Lucile Wagner, a student at (he University of Kansas, will arrive Friday evening from Lawrence to spend the week-end with her uncle and ^unt, the Be v. and Mrs. J. H. Sowerby. I • —Latest Hat Fashions in Tilted I Sailors. Rims, and Turban Styles, to be worn over the right eyebrow. 'Moderately priced. Ramsays. Miss Mary Hanklns went to Fre- 1 donia; ye.^erday for a visit with her I aunt. Mi.-w Olive Hankins. Miss Katherine Hess and Missj Inez Goddard arc siicnding today In Kansas City. Ask for F.AniMONT ICE CREAM ' It's pure, del^ons. tasiy Individual Molds ' for every occa.slon Made in Tola from .^lltn county products Mr. and . Mrs. Keith Richardson went; to Kansas City this morning to purchase spring merchandise for The Leader. They will return to• night. —A R. Cliambers, M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg: Pho. 303. Res. 377. Attorney J. C. Edwards and Ray Lower were In Fort Scott Tuesday on business. SALE Cleaning and Pressing Folks, take advantage of these Low Prices while thev last. Plain Dre-sses, Coats and Suits 29c— CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St. Phone 775 4 USEFUL GIFTS New assortmwit "Old English" Genuine Pewter—It does not tarnish. SHA.VNO.V HARDWARE . Mrs. AValter Vickrcy and daugh- lea- Juanita arrived Wednesday from LcRoy for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhodes, who live in En.st Lawn addition. NEW SHIPMENT > —Living Room Suites. Studio Couches, and Rug.s. Quality for less. Terms. Trade old at Curti.ss, 10 N. Wash. MLsK -Vivian Suffron returned last night from Kansas City where she witnessed "The Cat and tlic Fiddle" jat the Shubort theatre. Mi-s. G. E. Pees and her daughter Kathrj-n, ,Mrs. L. E. Chezem and Lucy Lee Thompson went to Independence today'on business. —Don't forget to attend the Quilt Tea given by the Business and Professional, Women's Club tomo*ow at 2:30 and 8 p. m. at the Presbyterian Church. Mr: and Mrs. S. J. Dean, who were called here a few days ago by the death of Mr. Dean's father, H. J. Dean, left-yesterday for Chanute for an overnight visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. Town.send before returning to their home in Seminole, Okla. All of Our Spring- Samples Are In Now : I and thcv are beauties. Come in and be convinced. By the way. we have added a new wrinkle. We are agents.for the Berger Reweaving Co. of New York City. iWe do all kinds of rewcartng. such as motli holes, burns and so forth. Cl'STOM TAILOR SHOP Wiljiam Havekotie Just Around the Corner oh West : P h o n 0 2 5 0 —Cqmplete showing of the New Spring Ruffled Curtains. All styles. Including the new baiiy ruffle and flounce. Specially pilcied 49c and $1,00 per pair. Ramsaj^. ^Dr. H. li. JJO^, TSwrtist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. ' Miss; Vera Stonaker and Jacic ISen- ton of; Colony spent Wednesday in Kansas City. a. c: aipKiNNEY rvB^ STORE Sweet Clover, per bu $tSO White Clover, per lb. 45cy Blue Grass, per lb. 15c Be Ane of our satisfied osstimiers Opp. P. O, Phone 389 Mr. and Mrs. L L. Qregg and their children of Lawrence were week-end guests of Mcs. Gregg's ds- ter, Mrs. O. C. Epley and her family. FB.YEB BROS. GROCBCT : Dried Apricots. 2 lbs 15c : : Dried Peaches, 3 lbs 25c : Cream Cheese, per lb. .,., .IJc : : White King Toilet ^Soap, i: : assorted, 5 for 19c : : Beef Roast, per lb. 6c : Phone 401 —Dr. W. P, Hull. Osteopath and Diaga<»tician. Pb<»ie 120. Mrs. Barney MfcOsibe, trho has been ill with influenza the past week at her home in Carlyle, is reported somewhat improved today. GOOD USED TIRES We have a lot of good used ' tires in various sizes, traded in on hew Generals. Priced right and .with .t^xns. KHBLLY MOXOR CO. 214 N. Jeff. Phone 80 Mrs. Anna Kelson, who has been visitiog Mt. and Mrs. Ira Townsend, will 'leave Friday for Lyndon for a \nsit with relatives before returning to her home in Scott Oity. —Bargains In Wallpaper at Antrim 's. 2lfl North Jefferson. See the most durable ".Enamel ever built. Guaranteed Chip- I?roof—Stainless—even against lemon Juice. Heat-conducting bottoms.. Quicker cooking. Saves fuel. Fifteen beautiful patterns. SHANNON HARDWARE 20 PIECES —The complete furniture for four rooms, only $149.50. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. Bert Fitzgerald of Brownwood. Texas, and Miss Louise McDowell of Dallas, Texas, arrived this morning called by the death of their father Thomas H. MteDowell. BJ W. McDowell of SUUwater, cada., brother of Thomas H. MJcXtowell, will be unable to attend the funeral on account of illness in his family. •daUdxtsi,' abd KiaB 'Bess Titrifinln ^paA BaBd&f with Dr. Laqr^ ipar- ents, iSx. -and JtCES. Oeorge Lacy, in Gamett. li/Sss lincbln is a sis^ ter of Mrs. George La^. —Your wishes will be carried outj Waugh Funeral Home. Miss Melba .Taylor of Chanute was a guest "V?ednesday afternoon of her parents, Mr. and :;ki:rs. M. L. iaylor. ' Take your Poultry, Eggs. Cream, to Bart's Cash Feed & Produce Bulk Garden Seeds "Service That 1 Satisfies" • nione 140D Mrs. V. Q. Morris retumed Wednesday to iier home north of La­ Harpe after a few days' visit with her aaugljter, Mrs, R. E. 'Wellbom and .lier family. Mrs. John Bums' and her'niece Ruth Ann Standley are! ill -with. Influenza. I f— ' —Window ShaJdes, standard size, 'Choice of colors, Furniture Co. 39c each! Sleejier EXTRA FANCY BLVE GRASS SEED As fine a quality of Grass Seed ever sold In lola, i, i —20c .per pomid— BRIGHAM .HDW. CO. Fhone 1664 You Can't ISeat Ihes^ Starters ' • ' , • •• •• " i " ' "• Super-Mash, pkr cwt $1,75 Pour Bells Mash, cwt $1.90 . Red (S) Chick Stjarter, cwt. $155 R, C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O, i Phone 389 J. A. Fleming,! dean of the lola jimior college arid principal of ttie lola high school! was able to take up his work Monday morning after being confined to his bed with sciatic rheumatism the p^t week. MADAM PATTBE HALL : of Leavenworth will give' a talk, : : "The Historlyfof Patchwork ': : Quilts in America" at the B. P. : : W. Tea at Presbyterian Church : : tomorrow, 2:30 [and 8 p. m. Tea : : served afte.r the program- : : Admiiision 15c : ! Guy Cook went to Topeka Mori- jday for a.few days' visit with his i brother, Harry Cook and his family. A 1927 OAKLAND COUPE in good condition will be sold at auction at TUtCarfby ."^Xator Co., at 3 p. m, Saturday. F^nwry 25. Barney McCabe of Carlyle and his daughter Mrs. H^nry Lemons of Wichita and Mrs. Marvel Glllisple left yesterday for Knoxville, Iowa, to be with 'WUlIam McCabe. who underwent a scoiousY operation early Tuesday morning. William McCabe is a son of Barney McCabe. —Your guarantee our reptitation. Sleeper Mortuary. ": AUTOMOBILE PAINTING : Fender and Body Wo*. Axles : : and Whe«Is Sti^ghtened : :' without heating. Plow Work, : : Acetylene WekUng. , c. c. MCCARTY & SON • 301 South. St.—Phoe 216 : William McCabe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney McCaibe of Carlyle, who has i}een critically ill since im- dergolng an operation Tuesday morning at a baspital In Knoxville, Iowa, Is improTed,'according to word received here this morning. —PHONE 1175 for Fllumbuig and Bespair Work. lola Pluml)ing Co. Any Dress, Suit?or Coat Cleaned and Pressed -r—35c Spring Suits made to order from ilS.OO up. See our line of hew spring samples. SPOTLESS CLEANERS 1;11 W.Madison Phone 797 Misses Josephine .and Betty Grant, Mrs. W. D. Clark, and Martin Grant returned Tuesday night from a short visit -with Mrs. V. L. Martiii, who is seriously ill at her home.in Kansas City. Mrs. Joseph Chehaske, who accomijanied them there, remained for a longer «tay. We Have Just Installed the Lat- : est Model Croquignole Perma- : ncnt Wave Machine. Can «8 about our prices CINDERELLA BEAUTY SHOP : Mrs. Velma Tidd, Prop. Phone 438 Christian Church Basketball Team will play , Y; M. C. A . State Champion Team of Pittsburg Friday, 3:30 p. m., at High School Gym- Mr. and Mns. Roland Chandler announce the birth of a son thi^ morning at the home of W. T, Haney. Mr-sj. Chandler, before hier marriage, was Miss Julia Powell. I Burt's Casii Feed and Produce' : For thick Starter ; Kelso's Egg Mash $1.80 : : H. B. AU Masli $1.85 : : Purina . .-.i $1.95 : : Baby Chick Shell, per lb Ic : Bulk Garden Seeds : New Stock PHONE 1400 Mrs. H. E. Cowgil}; arrived Wednesday afternoon from Burlington lor a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. O. L. Cox, and Dr. Cox. —Smart Hats in bright spring colors, also grey and black, $1.00 to $5.50. Ramsays. Attention Teachers. —The Register Job Department will how be oiJen during noon hours and Saturday afternoons. • Mrs., L. R. Thompson returned Wednesday night from; Manhattan where she was called a few days ago by the s,udden death of~her father. Glen O'Brien: i PAGE THREE (Answers will be found on page' 8) New Castle, Pa.—The girls can't shock Mayor Charles B. Mayne with their modern clothes. "I lived in a comitry once where all women wore trou.sers." he said, declaring he won't object to it here. •Where was it? "Alaska," said the mayor. It is said of Swedenborg, the famous mystic, that the aloofness of the English struck him so that in his tlieological system with thoughtful consideration he prortded the English wjith a separate heaven for themselves. ALLEN CENTER Feb. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. Axel Peterson have piped gas »om the Criim-' rine well to their home and ai-e en- joying'the sftme. Mr: and Mrs. C. E. Turner and [.family spent Satiu:day evening at tlie Fred.Geer home. : Miss Lota Shultz and Ira Shujtz drove to Kansas City last week where Miss Shultz received medical advice. ' ! Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tiu-ner entertained the following Sunday:. Mi-, and Mrs. I. T. Leake, Mr., and Mrs. Jnp. Page and Willis, Mis;; Berth;-. Fltzpatrlck and Fred Geer Jr. The LaHarpe farm bureau club met with Mrs. Nelson Wallls Friday jaftcmodh. Mcmber.s present were,jMesdames H. R. Stanzel, Ezra Hutchinson, A. E. Nicholas. W. A. Lathrop, R-ank Melton, Lena Summers,^ J. B. Neilson, Geo. Roc. Earl Drake,' B. Schoffield, Mote Robinson, Oscar Brown, E. W. Dunkerton,', Miss ; Weith, M3ss Feebler. Guests were Mesdames Fimk, Dans and Henderson Mitchell. The les-sbn was Care of the Feet, given by Miss Feebler. Mrs. C. E. Turner entertained the Loyal Neighbors club Wednesday afteriioon at her home., Q-ailting was done for the' hostess. Tliose present; were Mrs. Aten and Wilbur,^ Mrs. RoBei-.s, Mrs. Geer, Mi-s. Wood. Mrs. Page-^nd Beitha Fitzijatrick Next meeting' with Mi-s. Wood March 1. .. ch L. Ic wi .650 : R. QUALITY MERCHANDISE D. Russell's Worm Tablets, : each. B. K., Powder, a 75c : bottle will make 3 gallons. Korum : |1 keep your chicks healthy, ; a bottle. : Bring Ts Y^our Produce C. -McKINNEY FEED STORE : Opp. P. O. Phone 389 Mijs. A. P. Brighiiln, Mrs. Joe Murphy., and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. - McCnnn' went to Kan.sas City yes- lerday morning to witness "The Cat arid The Fiddle" last riighl at the Shubert theatre. Thev returned last night: REGISTRATION NO-TICE. —'jl'o the Electors of the City of lola J Kansas: You are hereby notified^ • ; tion that the books for the registra- of voters will be kept open between the hours of eight o'clock A. M. and ten o'clock P. M.. each day, Simday and Februaiy' 22nd ex- cepeitd, from the twentieth day of February to tlie third day of March, '>1933. and that said registration books will be closed on the last named day at ten o'clock P. M. if you have nevpr registered in the City of lola. anft have Hved in the ward thirty days or more and in IJie State six' months or more and ha\'e attained tlic age of twenty-one ye?ii-s. you must register before you are eligible to vote. If you failed to vole at the last General election in November. 1932, and have not registered since, you riiust re-regi.ster. If you have moved from "the house or;; street number! where j-ou lived when you last registered, vou must re-register. If you, have changed your name, vou must rc-registcr. . If you are of foreign birth, you must present your naturalisation papers 4i| order to register. Any person desiring to register must appear in person at mv office In the City Hall. T. E. SHANAHAN, dltv Clerk. WEkK WOMEN Take Lydia E. PinUiam's Vegetable Compotmd Bar* yoD crer felt itiut \s6a were too WMk to -da anything i, : . tlist you did - not tsare the nranatta'td do your Korfc? Womea vho are weak and ruo >doTni •boold take a timic tuch as Xydia £• ^ Flnkbam'* Veaetable Compoiusd. Bead) t aches Bnd backachea tbat are tbe mult > of ,«Ond, Toih -dam «oadUlaD! -olten ' ytdd to this marrelous medldne. 9S o*>tWO VRiiBen -who report ; tt> ys say that they ati benefited by this inetU<=^*' Bays bottle from your dnit- . gist todv < • • «ad Watch tbe rc^ts. DRY GOODS ,C0. lOLA'S POPULAR 'sTORE You Must See THE New Things Each day the express brings new things to our .store — a shopping trip to our store will prove interesting and helpful in" formulating your spring wardrobe plans. Visit every department—NOW! NEW DRESSES In gay new Prints, Priftt Combinations and Plain Crepes. , $3.95 to $12.75 NEW COAT&NEW SUITS— —with the clever new sleeves and collar treatments. $6.95 to $25 MILLINERY The new Hats arc so smart and perky, and the prices so reasonable. $1.95 and $2.95 New Skirts Sweaters, Blouses Hand Bags $1.00 to $1.95 And ot course you will find 'ONYX HOSIERY" To maich every costume. 59c, 75c, $1 Pair ELM C:^EK I (Alice Provaoc^a.) F^b, 22.—Mrs, Tom Baker was a Monday afternoon caller at the J. S. Overmeyer home. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Overmeyer was a caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.'O. Ross of lola, Saturday afternoon. | Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker were Sunday evening callers at the liomo of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. "Fred Reed.ef who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hamilton, have returned to their home in Severy, Kas. IVIrs. F. E. Provancha was a visitor at Elm Creek' school Tuesday afternoon., • ; Teacher and pupils of Elm Creek school enjoj'ed a 'Valentine party February 14. Games Vi-ere played, Valentines were exchanged and refreshments of Jello; whipped, cream, and cookies were served. I Mr. and Mrs. Otis AyUng werB Sunday callers at the home of iMr. and i Mrs. DeLano and family. Mrs. Sarah • Bollnger iand Mns. Irene Kennedy were visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lamb and Mr. and Ml-d. Geo. Balla and families. Mrs.' Tom Ewing took dinner "yith his sister, Mrs. J. A. Lamb and family. / Mr. Prank Thomas of Mexico is visiting Ml-, and Mrs. U. S. Drake and helping with the farm ,work. Mrs. Eva Tawne>ic: and Murry and MTI and Mrs. Forresfe SherriU and Max Yrere Sunday c^ers at pis home of Mr. and Mrs. John Siier- rill . :, j Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Cofcover roent Monday qyentag with. Mr, and Mrs Ralph Sherriil and.family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Deltoer -Andrenivs spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. suid Mrs. W. S. Drakfe.-• * | Mr. and M^s.^Flolti Sherriil ^re Sunday evening caller^ at the Ralph Sherriil home. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Stafford spaftt Sunday everiiqg with.Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Drake. ' A large crowd surprised Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Provancha Monday,night to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. The evening was sjwifc in visiting and playing games. Refreshments of cake, f^lt salad and coffee were served, 'those prasei* were: Mr. and Mrs. Newman Crowell, Mr. and Mrs. Walts Pox, Mr. Mrs. Geo. ,Balla, Mr. • and Mrs. 1^ E. liJiemeyer, Mr- Tiirs. E. :c Cannon; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Provancha and son Dondlld, Bex Fox, Catherine, 'Virginia, and' GQrd;oa Cannon, Winifred Balla, Irene, Pearl, Roy. Martha, and Junior Ngi- •meyer, Willard Crowell, Thel) Clifford and Clarence Wlcklu Scott, and Everett Morrts,' Eve .Hose, Dutch Amon, Beryl Peterson. Qdetta Ramsour, David Taylor, Ef^lo Bremer, Harry Hoggat,Erma Petta:son, Colleen Call, Doris and Dpnald John.'ion, Alice, Victor ;ind Earl Provancha. Brand "Neyv $1.95 Stripe's .Plaids Capelets! Fa "rot- ing! Puff SleevosI Sizes U to 52 MiLLtNEBY-LADIES ruPfJl5 «lN(isJ fl BI^QUSIES I For Your New .Suil j 69c to $1.95 i Smart Blouses in short sleeves ' j pf Crepes, Prints and Satins. ; New Spring colors. Sizes 32 ' to 40. • " ' fl Rantola CreSpe SJLJi SLIPS 59cto$li95 These bias cut slip.j are in lace trimmed and tailored of pure dye silk crepe.; In pinfc, white dnd tea rose. • Oiltslandjng- models in a featuring: of advanced SPRING STYIySiS $1.88 and $2.88 •^"11686 are the joy of wojnen who wear the new modes, •fall of chic quality and value. A large selection of new' .spring liressy or tailored Cojttb and Suits i98 to MiO Never have we Ishown such a stunning .selection at Kucq amazing prices. NEW SPRING FROCKS For the Woman For the .Miss $I.9S to $16.50 As iresh as new springtime . . . lovely prints and plain- crepes in navy, bl&ck and rtigh shades . . . many have soft, dainty lingerie trims that add lovely.femininity to the siwing fl-ocks. Many of these tdi'es^es are just off the avenue New York City. AM Silk ChiiBfon-^esieiT-N^ (J9c valiie-s, all silk, f^iU .| $hOO values, special 89c ^1^35 Kant Ran, ^Special ,.$1.19 pair. I : Xashioned, 55cjpalr. 14 Winter Cpatslieft, cWce .:.. ;S7.50 I • " i . ^ • (^hies.to-^5)'- ' i • * • FRmAY SPECIALS $1 .00 Fancy Lace Panel tnr- tains, <S|ie>cial .79c: Sll .00 PeiipereH Sheets, 81x90, '-gpe<da) ea<%. . -SATURDAY BPECL\L 25c Yard-wide, fast col or, Cretonne, .7c, yard.

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