Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 17, 1928 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 17, 1928
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- i ;to feel of, to smell, to-look at, caateiltury bell. iledtobe friends wiUi, , .jjier flowers alioye; .'l^ies for i^mirlng, ^^fimietrpeas to dream of, ^ fiUSc'to.wear; - PInlEB'to Ije^p, beside you, Iris," 10 'share— a garden : Is a.bal'b an<1 a seed. • Biif a garden gives you . E «Ter >'UiiDg you need' |-^ary Carolyn Davlea lii "Pohny _ . —Mn. ^Urtiitir Sluumoii. Ho !>te)<<i ' Unf.Arthur Shannon was host- eaf to the members of her brldg? dab. Afid two guests laHt night In ber liome, at 213 North Walnut •tre «ti / IVnors at bridge were received tb^^^- Ora Duncan for high score BUBS Beptrlce McMurray for B «|Bond bigb Bcore. Miss Lyndlth . d^nr and Mrs. Louis Hreckeii- ^ Tidte i 'werf giiesla. i.unch was i sf]rved after cards. i fThai. members uttcmUng wore: ,lIrB .~ii [orace D. Francis..-Miss Mar- 'mle Clark, Miss Margaret Rob- om lllSB Isabel Ashford. Mrs. Oru Dvncah and Miss Beatrice McMUr- wjr. ^ t . «- • • Ai lerlcan Legion and 'llxfllaiT Social Kreot ThIrtyi <f »ro members of the Andean Legion Auxillar>- attended 'tiMf initiation meeting of both 'OfganlitaUonB last'nigbi in head- qi^iartets'at Memorial hall and -wltn jinany^f the ' ex -yetcran 'H wives present It -was one uf the outstand- iag soelal eTenls of the new year. I Mrs.'RaliA ;Stover, pianist, and iMr. Cecil Btotit, reader, contributed to : the: program of eutertaiu- ^jqent andrk supper, with the Le- sJonnaires'as hosts, wca served in the grill room at the close of tho initiation ceremony. * • • Wtden Sinir in Clmnut<> 'lAn outstanding musical atirac- tion in-this Section la ll;e .<ipi>eur- ancsiB oli the Revelers, famous male auartet. in Chanute. January .'ilvin . It^qrial andUorium. The Revel- W»are;&nown to nearly all radio tans, many of whom will want to .Bee and h^ the singers in i>ersou Tiliii iS-ihe only appearance of the qoiurtet in Kansas. Thh perforin- jance is being sponsored by Mrs. >rg» Barcoa. Pricps will be $1.65 and-$2.20 . * • . • of Eastern Star Meets .The- regular meeting of Salem 47hi^9r.: Order of Eastern Star, -was bel^ las.t fefeht iii'the Masonic - --MTB - Anna Herr. worthy matron ,«jd all pfticere for tlie new year. <wre in charge of the meethig. No iilUdOfia^rather than the usual rou- toe >v!i3. transacted. PIrolc Slipper and Bridge Mrs. Charles Tobey. of 912 Soutli '"Wathlngion avenue, wnn house faoatinB laat night at a 7::{u o'clock picnic supper and. bridge. The high score prize was given lo-iMrB. Paul Mahon. The guests were: Miss Gurnet Gaae, Miss Dorothy Gibson. Mrs. VuH Ualion, M(8B Chrlsline Trout- vim, Mha Ruby Settles. Miss Ruth -SOg^as, and Miss EdlUi. Dolllson. * * • for Daughter's : myyiE XAE TowirsEirb. -Minnie Maie. Townsend was ,boru ^ebraury 15.1903, and. passed away January 10, 192S. at the age of 24 years, 10 months and 27 days. .$hl' is the daughtec of Mr. aiid Mnf. A. L. T<i^\'nseud. She grew, to womanliood In Liberty vicinity ;anil was graduated from the achool there In 1920» Minnie was of a kind and home- ibVing dlaposUfua, ever thoughtful of others,^ end to' know her was to love her.' She had been in poor health for the last three years, and though all was done that could be done for her through all her fuilr ing health and illness, tlie Savioui:- took her home where th^re l.s no pain nor • sorrow. 'She leavM to mourn Iier loss hesidea hf-r parents: one. brother. Ray B. Townsend, and' one sister. .Mrs. Ray tVilson, both of lola. Kau.s.. lind a host of relttl vei? and friends. Dearest 'Miniile thou hast left »», And thy loss We devply foel; Bui the God that li33 bereft i |s, He can All our sorrows heal. He ran heal our IIOUI'H diseaneri, L/eud us to lltut world so fair, Wliere the ungel.-i wail to welcome. Dearept Minnie over there. All her eurihiy trials are over. All her cares have passeil away; And she resui in peace with Jesiis Around the throne where angels play. —A Friend. • <• • KILA DAILY ABSTRACT • •> iHsucd from Office, of lola <• <• AlJStracl Company •> •> • <• • •:• <• • <• <• • (January^ 16, 1928) ; Julia A. Sm th and husband Kl- hert P., to Lyi la G. Sionakerw part of lots J and If of Boughtou's .Subdivision. ll .OOO; C. AV. Frledley and wife Jennie A., to Rupy Poet. ?1. lot 21, block 9, Fox'.s AM. to ji.aHarpH. i W. S. Stewart and wife Frances, to F. .1. Dudlev, £1. part- of NWVi SC-24-1S. ^ • • —Dr. G. K. I'^ndarvi.-'. Dentist. Clt\. over CloLre. l^io. 3b4; Ren. 1123. Jlrs. L. E. Lanigaa. of 201 North fimamore street, entertained yea- -tndar aftemooh with a party In itonoe of tiie eleventh birthday of lukr .daughter, Virginia Lee Lani- ; I . Hie guests were limited, to eigh- 1 ; -t^ra Bchoolmates. Tlie time was ; j <«peat in playing games. The table ^ was decorated and centered with a bli^Aday cake mounted with cun- . dlea> Favors of icrepe paper bas- -k0a tilled "With candy were given, r i Many^fts were received- by tlife hoiior guest. —Mildred Curtis. M. Ii. General Medicine. Office over Cooli's Drug fitore. Dayor nigbl phone V,T,i. 1 - t : THE NEW Gauzets For painty Women The Perfect S^hi- jtaiy. Napkin COMiPbRT AND . PROTECTION 39c Single Dozen One EacHage 95p For 3-Dozen. y-fM WaU Paper Come in and see it. Clearing' out tlie old Sjtock CHEAP ! 1 • Fine I*attei*n.s \9i Farm Datdean Club Plans YearN -|i-oi^—rs. EnUy: True Home Pr Bi Dulnlh, Wnn. i (M^s. Opal Mitchell) LAIIAR'B. Jan. 10. —The La- Harp Farin Bureau club met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Wood' with fourteen mem hers In atlcndn ice. Mrs. Florence Syv- ernd, county demonsiraiion agent, tvas pie.seni and -gave an outlinu of Iht ye: r.'s viot^k. Tlie Ihreis projects ftr ibis year's work will he: Food 1 and NiitriUon. Recreation and liome Kconomics. Officers fciected were: .Mrs. .Nelson NVullis, |jresidei)t; Mrs. John Day.' vice, pre.sldenl; -Mrs. Fred Wood, secretary and ireu.turer: Mrs. Henderson Mitchell; reporter... .Mrs. .1. A. Uit-ve«. Airs. George Koe and .Mrs. Walter Cmwell were appoinleil on the jirogram I 'omiuitlee auil will b" astlHled by ilie prnsideut. Those on the nienibersliijf couiinlltoe ar<': MrK. W. A, Hicks. .Mrs. Clyde Luul. ii:id .Mr?). Hcndereou Mitchell. Sp rial eoiunililfe: .Mrs. Guy Tredwiiy. .Mm. W. 11. Wood and .Mrs. Flora Mi-'-'un'iMy. . MISK Jo .-ieplilne Weitli, a iiienilier of IIII.M <!lul». Is on the luvlsory hoard, j . MI'UIIK^-M jiresont wen-:. ...Mr.f. .Nelsou Walhs. .Mrs. Jolm Day, .Mrn.; Fred Wood. Mrs. Jesse fMiuse, lola; Mrf<. W. H. Wood. .Mrs. W. A.' Hicks, Mrs. G<-o. Roe, Mrs Clyde; Laub. Mrs. Flor'tC McC.'itnhly. .Miss Ruby McCnmbiy, .Mr.i. W. (\ Crowell. Mrs. Guy Tred-. way,-.Mrs. Henderson .Mitchell, yfrn. J. A. Reeves uiul .Mrs. Florence 8y\'erud. A social good lime was planned t<.> be held at the home of Alra. Walli.-i, Thursday eyenlMK. to bo t n.1oye(l by tlie meniliers and tlieii- fiimilics an.-t friends. —To Those Interesli -I in Haruess: We expect th.-' fii-.'<l of llie wei'k the lasjt coMslRnuient of .harness thai w'e honglil at the old pri<'e. An- we selling hrirness'? Yon ttjl Vni: ;Tliey are rdiniiic Ironi far and near to buy. We-have choose irom. ^^We' havja. is' spec al' bBitness! to'suit those who wont la cheap ^et. Theleather is; not' fit st^; 'class hut lobks well aa* |ong aa t le I'less 'ng stays on. It is a tVi real lioavy, with 1% strap work. The- price is In lino with our mail '. r- lor prices—*4v.60. Look it 07 :r. Our No: I harness is higher as y )u would expect. Would like to see our friends get in on these priqe.s before it is loo late. --We are .not cit.sllig out; will he' here lo look {iji'er what we sell. itoai-h-i:illi)t . Mrs. hJinily True arriveil hone last nigtii t'roni a l.hree nioul)u vl:-il ill Diilulh, Minn. j W. i.. .McKci-v.r. Charles Hi.-wan and'.M IK. l.loyd-Ilealliinaii who are jiu 'ienr:. at SI. Johii.s li (i :i|iii ;il :ire (..i.Iliii!". aloiiK fiiif, and .Mrs. ileath- luail Wiii. aldi- .U> : il U|i awhile to IIL; I-".V -lyii. • riad lo know r.':' '. .;!>•' I ; .itt--lv. Walioii ICiiii :,tiiii of tli>- .McDtin- ald .V l^illsoiii slore. i.s home flOlil ;i vi-;- Willi his jiareiiis. I»r. and- .Mrs .V .V. Ruii.-.olii at Gravelie, ArK. .Mr. aiid Mrs. IIUSMII ni-iir|>-i '."On i.uiiu- friiiii Kiiiir .:iM Cily la;!l ;;ll<T a Viwil of MI-VITUI w<.-'-l ;:i v .lili lelalivi-::. llaiT Wllo :;i- home i:: north •i( T iwii. 1.: ill a very ;;iTiiiii:. culi- oilJKii ill in. .joliiiH lio.stiital. .MIS. (ieo|-j ;i' .Malroiu I'lTiivei! h jeller loihiy Irom lier nistirr-ili -laW. .Mrs .). .M. Caiiieiili-r, ol' lola, say -f iiii; a lady had callid llieir niece,; il:iiii;Iile)- of .Mr. Sam .Mali-oni, ' over the phone and meiitioiii-il a ' hlack iiiir.'^e liiii would iioi lalk an.i' li 'ore; .\lrv. Mah 'Om of llii.-s pla<->: lost her pur^e wilh money, haiik mi.ili. ii'ilt -rs ami her glasses airv- eral u -t'ik:' :iKo. .-iiid is really iiiori- i-i -i .f I •!• d n-er ilie lo:'s <if lier >'l:i -.>>(-n IJiaii the other lOnJenlK- • woiiltl aippi-eciale • Uo' return Ml ihi-iii < Vi-ii il I he lii :ili-r wishes lo. Ji <>'II till- iiiolK-; . .M-:. '»Sl llaikiH -y r.-crlved .1 hrokei" (fil!::r hoiii in an ;:ulO im.lile aeii.Ii'iii lasi wi-i-l; ii le liorfed Ifi'liiif, l''-ll"'r . * . W :iiiii-!'l.i IJiiy- C"i|iy of Nov^ 111 Keei -ter. lirliit,' '.r phi .ii. Keg- •:-f.-r, IS. Correction In sev^-nil is>ues of Ihe Beirlsler jesierdaj oarr >iuy Ihe adier- iliiemeni o|' 28th Clekance Sale —the prices of Ihlldren'snioie «.ere" iii.orreel. have uppenred n** follows: "i Tlie Item shiillld 'l '»>(i lUff Oiil'-hindiiia ll <i «.ier) VnU ues tIfiVred in HIIN t-'reiit < leaninc«f .Sale, tine llie a?^; oriiiH-: f 'if iliildren'a .'.'.11' 4 aim- I'oiiy 'I'^'e, ilou- hlc liavc. hct' all': -.o-J. >A->^\i. itUd liinv. !i • - • 15c pair flue li>r or WoMeiir , 4 'iii>- Tltrcad.; i'lill fV :-,lii .iiie<l .Sill, ijo.-e. i.: value,; lilack iiio:-ily. January price$1 jpair 27 Yeaj's of Successful Merchandising in lola The January Clearing Sale Continues All of This Week In Our Rcady-lo-Woar Department An Advance Showing of $15.00 Shown in the Newest Spring: Conceptions and Authentic Spring Shades MOiiT FOR L$SS soil TH BIDE; SQUARK MOSl vvE SECX FOR ^*Where savings are lOLA, KANSAS Sipoo|h iFinish use it has jias.sed fice, Pen<o was adapted ating. hcmsewiyes •d It, thdiiig she etiis.i Beca peara criinii^ut adupt HI 'ached Shet'tiuJi, \: liilli eafBit'd Sheolifijjr, , Threads Satisfaction in Every f "Penco" ^ tests for service and fine ap- as our brand—and dis- have ere s Inch o: rigijd I Shei-lN, t<ii;n. size S|x5l4 Shecjis, li .rn. vize KJXI{»» _ rilli n Ca^i-s. !,ize 4Sx I 'illdU Ciisi 'S, size 4.'»v; I'enijd l.ini- IVnco Line i'<aoo l.ini Mem >• I'J 'iKMI I'enoo I'ei'pit I'eiico ... I . IViico iLiiie ^i Finish I'llluu 'Ituhhii;, ^tf-incli nliiiiK, 411-incli 'ilnblnik', -lii -incli iiliiUK, 4.j-lncli AHLES.S ze !l<»x»!) II Kiiifsh I'illow ' KhiLsh I'illiin li UnMi I'lIloH 1 SI: filched .Sheels, .S A<>4odBuy "Wi^M" Sheets tM Cases Ytm this ^ua ica] pritie, ply now (tan nf ver have too many fill I ot be able to buy lity ; t a mbre econom- l epienish your sup- SeamleM •iz «4 Pillow Cases, •iM ,42 JI36. ^ 19c: Sheets, 81 7L 90. this Va conti'adt Big Vdue! {(Ix9|0 Sheets cantiot ; emphasize ue too mu<h I A large t V'ith ;thc mill niak^ it passible to offer bleached sleets ,>n double tied size at t his unbelievably ow prite. 79c; This, jlow-^riced. " Maslin Ui useflil fabjriq is very too. Yard, iOc Famous braijds Is 'AnptUer o marked whipl^ itand quaji country Unbleacied iird y incfaer Wide ahd blea'cri inche! «ide ^or only, ya: d. in "BeUe Isle" our own trad* a of <he o v<r. ^9 ed .'•^.••1 ^6 MJSUN bting rd nrd There Is "Honor" In This Muslin Not alone the name -r- but the uuality and sa'ss-" faction that is woven in everyr inch of Honor Muslin is pjeasing^: Yard, 15c "SUver Moon Big Muslin Value! 91 The fine muslin with nain­ sook finish this briiiid of our own i:". firm and closely vyoven — a imiversally approved quality! Yard, 19c "Gladio" Percale Sold fxdusively by Us, A good quality standard percale bearing our own tradcmarto— the a»sort- m e n t i ii- cludcs stSi- ple pattern* '. and some new novel- tics. 36 inches wide. 15c Your Biath Towels Sttpreme Values P/jpular in size—^and satisfactory in long wear! White or witli color strjpe border. And our - price, only. 10c Towels? 3 w e 1 1, heavy weight, absoi bent and extra Here Is an Extra Large One at a Small Price A towel value that cannot be duplicated—supply future needs nowl . inch size- plain white «|r colored bor- 25c Raihona CIdth Linen 'Finish Fabrip Sold Only by Ukt .A. r>:i-j waterial—line'n.fin- ,iah — aSd exclusively |oiir Bed Spreads With Colored Stripes "Avemie Frocks" Nov«Ity Prints A newlpoiigee finish| nla- teiial in ' cliarmiiigiy smirl patterns—|-.iiig!i color design* and id iiillics wide. a9c Lingejrie Shades In Nainsook I : Mercrri^ed tinish 36 inch ^23c These fresh crinkled spreads can be selected -with stripes in ' :olors to match or harmonize with your room. Blue, rose or gold, size 81x90 and finisfae<) witb 8 facm. : / 98c Pongee Finish Dress Prints The silky'finish of these prints makes them particularly attractive for fine wash- ffocks. Our low price yard. 23c Meircerisred Jersey Cloth A lingerie material in 36. inch width; ?29c Anioskeag i' A WeUrknown Brand Women who sew know the' quality -6f ; .Amoskeag ginghams—-staple and fancy patterns priced only, yard - | ' ' \ Colored Sateens l-'qw Priced- Vou can make beautiful" vonifortabfes from bur Printed .'^atecrts for very little, money. Wide range of colors. Ejsy'to make, yard- 39c "Haicrest" Pongee Finish Shirting Guirantety fast color ponge?? finish shining in tine patteriis.' 23c "Stockade" Unbleached Muslin Another of our brands as- Kiitcs yuu satisfacrioii. Yd., 14c Supplies 1^ For Dressmakers and Home Sewers .All ll.f lllllf ihiiig.H thi.t help hunii- I'^^wi -rn! Trinjniinga, ttio, in, atirac'tivei ~ variftty. \^ While wefiU IH Ihe liinc to replenish your .supply at •It! and Sc Plain Outing ' White Only 27 inch, plain wiiite outing,. :?ard, r lOc Calling Atten^n To Our Stapl hjiatural Pongee' ^ Usediin So Many Ways! Undies i;of pongee are pi"ac:icai and good loolcjng but that is only oiie use for this tnaterial that is Oicd for children's dre |3es, bed room curtains, etc. 12 motnme, 33 inch natural pongee — aqld our price o"'y >>lOr» yard ... *T */C Prepiire for Guests HavePlenty of Nation­ wide Bheets and Cases > Ready Have prou enough sheets and I-illow cases to make up » fresh; }nowy b^d for unexpected guests? buy Nation-Wide for ' absolute • atisfactfon. . •- NATION WIDE lilrnrhed'sheeting 37c to 47c . rniileachied iSheeting :Wc-1.*{c V,nlion Uldo .Sheets, torn. SlxlMl •\.nllon Wide .Sliecls. torii.i.HIx!W .... .Nation Wide Pillow Cases, «.\36 .Nation WIde.rillow Cases. Wx.lC, V.-ifloii Wide I'll low Tnlilne. 36-lneh, per yard Nation Wide Flllow Tuhlniir. #-lnrli, p«.'r yard Nation Wide Pillow Tnbing, 3:!.lncb, \vtt yani Nation Wide Pillow Tnblnfr, W-lneh, per yard ) .'.•V -1 II -JK

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