Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 24, 1933 · Page 3
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lOLA. ^KANSAS ; vFred Merizle, -who iinderwerit an r'aiperation Tuesday at the S. B. A. •hospital in Topeka, is reported to be "progressing'rapidly. ' —For Sale: Dr. Mitchell's house; hold and office equipment now in ; Grand ^heater Bldg.. 112 West • Jackson. i Miss Mary Williams has' as her • guests for the week-end, Mrs. B. H. : Schonhoff and her son Edward of . Ellin wood, who arrived this mom. Ing. Mrs!'Schonhoff is a sister-in\ law of Miss Williams. tJ.SEFL'L GIFTS New assortment "Old English" Oenuine Pewter—it does . not carnish. SHANNON HARDWARE Mrs. L. B. Dozieir arrived Tuesday from Kansas City for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Irene Gardner and her family. —Try GLOVER'S new car for TAXI SERVICE,' 15c. Phone 897. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Justice, who have been guests of Mrs. Justice's mother Mrs. C. L. Rogers, left yesterday for their home In Stoutland, Mo. Pure Foods, Delicionsly Prepared and Served in a Cheery Con^eniai Atmosphere ... —-25c and 35c . Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Phone 790 • •••••• IL •••• •••• 1. fMiss Hester Spears arrived last evening from Chanute for an over: night visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. •r Kile and to attend the funeral of T. H. McDowell this afternoon. —Members of Legion Auxiliary and families, Legionnaires and families are cordially invited to attend a joint meeting at Legion rooms Monday. February 27, at 6:30 p. m. ^ liadies requested to bring covered : dish. . ' Kenneth Ellis, who undcns-ent an operation for the removal of his, torisiis Wednesday at St. John's hos- 1 pital,;' returned, yesterday to his' / homei in Neosho Falls. Kenneth ts a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Frank : Ellis'of lola. ., PIES. CAKES AND PASTRIES Very delicious and very decorative. Fre.shly baked daily. Pecan Rolls, Coffee Cake. Cream Puffs, Dough,nuts. Eat Hearties, XJhop Suey Rings, ' Butter Rolls, Cinnamon • Rolls, Cookies, Cakes, Pies, etc.. , for sale at your grocer or the | lOLA B.AKERY 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 j D. C. Waugh returned last night { from^ a business trip to Oskaloosa. j and'a-visit with his brotJiers, Joe,; * George and Tom Waugh. in Cen-1 tralia. Miss Grace Shlvely of Toronto arrived yesterday to be the guest; of her sister, Mrs. M. C. Lacey, ^nd Mr. Lacey. NEW SHIPMENT —Living Room Suites. Studio Couches, and Rugs. Quality for less. Terms. Trade old at Curtis's, 10 N. Wash. Mrs. F. M. Connor and daughter Delma, who have been living In Geary, Okla., the past few months, returned to lola this morning to make their home. To Introduce AMBROSIA POWDER We will give one $1.00 box Free with purchase of $1.00 bottle Ambrosia Cleaner and 50c bottle Ambrosia Cream- All 3 for $1.50 BROWN'S DRUG STORE THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING: FEBRUARY 24, 1933. Mr. and Mrs. C H. HcAe are ill with influenza. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipp^. Phone 149. Ed Dunfee was in Atchison yesterday on business. Attention Teachers. —The Register Job Department will now be open during noon hours and Saturday afternoons. W. C. Faust, salesman for the K. C. Patch company, left Thursday for southeastern Kansas on business. FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized MUk •^ealih in Every Bottle" The flavor is particniarly delicious. Cbiidren prefer it. Ask yonr grocer or phone 91 Mrs. C. W. Slack, who has been Aisiting her parents, Mr. and Mi^. Ira Townserid the past week, returned today to her home in Wichita. EXTRA SPECIAL Sunday Only, February 26 " ROSES-^Fresh Cut —89c per dozen— (10c extra for delivery) lOLA GRkENHOUSE Slawson's Phone 104 —Phone 72 for prompt ambulance service. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. William Braun will return Saturday from a wedding trip to Kansas City and will be at home at their farm northwest of toft-n. Mrs. Daisy Edwards and Mrs. Leota Clark will leave Sunday for Kansas City where they will purchase spring millinery for the Ed- i wards Millinery. ' SEEDS |: Garden and Flower Blue Grass and White Clover : Everblooming Roses about Mar. 1 We Test Our Seeds WISHARD SEED CO. lola. Kansas GERMAN TOWN TORN BY FATAL BLAST A 1927 OAKLAND COUPE in g-ood condition will be sold at auction at McCarthy Motor- Co., at 3 p. m. Saturday, February 23. .Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 35c Spring Suits made to order from $15.00 up. See our line of new spring samples. SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 W. Madison Phone 797 M. H. Abts, proprietor of the South Street Auto Parts company, was in Wichita Wednesday, on business. i 20 PIECES I —The complete furniture for four ; rooms, only $14930. Sleeper Furniture Co. . Attorney Stanley Toland and W. A. Wheeler were in Fort Scott Monday on legal business. —Lawson's Cafe will open up for business Saturday morning, Feb. 25, finst door west of Postofflee. Special Breakfast. 2 eggs, potatoes, coffee, 15c; plate liinch, 15c. Short orders. Mrs. S. E. Perkins returned Wednesday to her home in Moran after an over-night visit with her daughter Mrs. W. C. Wright, .and Mr. Wright. SATURDAY SPECIALS : Peanut Butter, lb. 7c, 4 lbs.. .25c : Dried Apples, lb. 7c. 4 lb !5 ....25c : Turnips or Sweet Potatoes, ,10 pounds 10c ; Cheese, per lb. .-. 11c : Pork Roast, per lb ...6c FRYER BROS. GROCERY, Phone 401 :-,. ...I j A patriotic progi-am was given i this afternoon at the Garfield school. The students of the entire school took parr in the performance. The Rev. R. D. Snuffer gave a talk. C. J. Peterson and Andy Westine returned yesterday from Topeka where they attended the annual meeting of the Kansas Democratic club. "FRANK SEZ": You don't realize what joy there is in motoring unless you.have had your car filled with the Mobil Twins —Mobilgas and MobUoil. Try it today. Frank Lawyer's Service SUtion Blacksmithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 —Bargains in Wallpaper at Antrim's. 219 North Jefferson. C. O. Coghill and his daughters Misse."; Alice and Jean left yesterday for a week's vacation in Memphis. Tenn., and other southern points. The tragic ruins of the J>feunkircher, Germany, Iron Works are being surveyed by villagers as they gaze on the debris of the once great structure tliat was shattered with an explosion that tossed burning tar. steel and masonry for great distances 'about the Saar Valley village. In the foreground may be seen the tangled chassis of what was once a haby" carriage. Any Suit, Dre.ss or Overcoat Clf-aned and Pressed -35c. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lanferman and •their daughter Grace Marie moved to a. farm located northwest of town today from 708 North Jefferson. —Latest Hat Pa.shinns in Tilted Sailors, Bims. and Turban Styles, to be worn over the right eyebrow. Moderately priced. Ramsays. Loraine Brown will arrive tonight from the Pittsburg teachers college for a week-end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown. THEY'RE HERE Three ffood used parior suites Five used modem diiUng room suites | Five sli(;htly u.sed bedroom' suites Exsy Terms Free Delivery W. IL WOOD FINE FURNIXLTtE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 M^^ and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds returned Monday from Latham where ihey attended the funeral of Mrs. .vJ £>Tjolds 's mother. Mrs. Elizabeti: Hictman. • -^Window Shades, standard size, choice of colors. 39c each. Sleeper Furniture Co. . Ralph Elarton. county clerk, returned- Wednesday from Topeka -Where he has been attending a three .day meeting of county clerks. See the most durable Enamel ever built. Guaranteed Chlp- ^ Proof—Stainless—even against lemon Juice. Heat-conducting bottoms. Quicker cooking. . Saves fuel. Fifteen beautiful patterns. SHANNON HARDWARE ABLESON CLEANERS I'hone 105 One Day Service If Desired Miss Maude Stafford returned Thursday from Parsons where she has been the guest of the Rev. and Mrs. C. I. Coldsmlth the past week. SELF SERVICE GROCERY See us for Bulk Garden Seeds Com. Peas, or Beans, lb.—15c , Seed Potatoes Ohios, - Cobblers or Trinmplis R. B. Northrup went to Kansas City today on business. He will return tonight. —Our attitude is one of moral obligation. Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. A. R. Murphy returned Wednesday from Topeka where she has spent the past /ew days. Dance! Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL Saturday, February 25 Music by V. G. Ange Admission 50c Cleaning: and Pressinf Sale : Till Saturday Night . 4 Garments Jl.iO 1 Garment: 20c All Work Guaranteed CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 ; Mrs. E. P. Matthews, who has been visiting her mother. Mrs. A. J. Fulton the past week, vt\\\ retiuu tomorrow to her home in Ottawa. SUPER SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR General Repair Oiling and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff,—Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur. Plsk of Humboldt, are spending the week with Mr. Fisk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Fisk. Miss Margaret McOinnis. a student at the junior high school, who has iieen confined to her bed the past week because of an infection on her right foot, is unimproved. Miss McGinnis is a daughter of Mrs. Gertrude McGinnis. —Use Blue Seal for clogged drain pipes. lola Plumbing Co. Pho. 1175. i Miss Jeanne McKusslck, who has • been visiting the 'past week with : friends In Bolivar, Mo., returned I here j-esterday for a longer visit jwith friends before leaving for her home in Knox, Ind. She was met In Fort Scott by Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Long and John Bamhart, who j brought her here. CHERRY GROVE (Mrs. Lewis Hartman.) Feb. 20.-rMr. and Mrs. I^d Bowen and family were Sunday visitors at J. L. Blacks. ' Mr. and Mrs. Mort Pugh spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson. Miss Joetta Adams is visiting her grandparents. Mr. and |Mrs. Orin Adams. Betty Ann Hojwell spenc Thursday night and Friday thiere. Miss Orth^was a guest Friday night arid Saturday. Mts. Periman, Earnest and Maria were Sunday guests of Mrs. Penman's daughter, Mrs. George Pettit and Mr. Pettit and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hartman, Roy Lee and Ruby Sharp visited relatives in Ottawa over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Adams .and Miss Joetta Adams visited Mr. i and Mrs. J. Will Adams, Humbbldt. Sunday. Mr. A. R. Sanders returned to his licme in Kansas City, Mo., Saturday. Mrs. Sanders rehiained for a longer visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. Black sjient Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit. ' CRESCENT VALLEY Feb. 21—Mr. and Mrs. Will Wadley are moving this week to their new location in Prairie Center district. Mr.' and Mrs. Guy Bale and Verdie were Sunday, dinner guests at the R. V. Bale home. Mrs. J. P.- Willhite called on Mrs. F. L. Swearingen Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Heiman and family spent Sunday at the James Heffem home. Miss Irene Heffern returned with them for a few days visit at the Heiman home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Balr and' family spent Sunday afternoon at the Oxie Moss home. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Baker and Mr. i and Mrs. Harold Baker visited Sunday at the J. M. Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Palmer ami Jack visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Willhite. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hunter, Orrille j and Fern, called at the Guy Bale \ home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Balr and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Clint Baker home. Miss Dolly Massey spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mabel Bair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peters and Martha Lou visited Sunday evening at the A. C. Geffert home. Mrs. Mary Peake. Mrs. Hattie CoUison and Mrs. Minnie Ronsick visited u-lth Mrs. J. P. Willhite Friday afternoon. Clark Works and sons visited Sunday afternoon at the A. C. Geffert 'home. Miss Clara Heiman visited Saturday afternoon with Pauline and Maxine Bair. Miss Adeline and Francis Geffert attended''a county 4-H meeting a: lola Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamm and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the J. W. Hamm homo. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hunter. Orville and Fern called at the Guy Bale home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bair and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Clint Baker home. Miss Dolly Massey spent Satur- \ day and Sunday with Miss Mabel ; Balr. i Miss Adeline and Francis Geffert ; attended a county 4-H meeting at \ lola Tuesday evening. | Miss Edith Raggett spent Wedncs- ! day night with Mrs. Mildred New- ! ton and they atteiided the program i at Maple Grove. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamm and ' family, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Meyers • and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bale and Verdie were Friday fevenlng guests at'the Andrew Hixon home. PAGE THREE NEOSHOFALLS La rare Crowd Present for Commun- . itr Tea at.Metltodist Church Wednesday Evening. NEOSHO FALLS, Feb. 20.—The Sunday mominig iSer \-ice at the M. E. church, honoring Wa^ingtons birthday, was as follows: Piano voluntary, Beulah lilurray; song, by congregation, "tireak Thou the Bread of. Life";' congregation in unison, "Let the Words of My Mouth and the Meditation of Mj- Heart Be Acceptable in Thy Sight O Lord, My Strength and My Redeemer." Songji "America the Beautiful"; responsive reading, Isa 11:1-7; duet, "Jiidge Not." Miss Farnam and Jno. Williams; Glona Patria,! prayer, announcements and offering, song,- America; Scripture reading, Isa 32; sermon by Rev. C. M. Orr, text. Acts 9:15-16; prayer; song, "He Leadeth Me." The Rev. C. M. Orr conducted the funeral service for Glen Dale at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whiti. at 2:30- Sundaiy afternoon.? The text for his sermon was Jno. ;12:24. A large, crowd, was In attendance. Interment was (In Cedarvale. ;Many relatives and friends from lolii and Yates Center attehded the seniees. Tribute was paid the deceased in the sermon in which the pastoi- spoke of his industry and faithfulness In- his work, although handicapped by physical ills. At the evening service the Endeavor league chonis furnished thj music. The pastor gave a study of the book of Job in which he di.s- cussed the question why good people have to suffer so.many ills. .A number of iygung folks enjoyed a social evening at the parsonage Ihursday. \ • Mrs. Ruth Hairper. music director of the school is quiie ill al the lioino of Mrs. W. T. P:.-ke. Her sliter-'ii- law of Kansas City is caring lo/ her. During her' illness her placr is being taken by iiis.s SalsDury. At the community tea Wednesday evening. at the M. E. church 3 lan;e crowd thoroughly enjoyed ihe evening. A musical program bpon sored by Mrs. L. L. Thrall was very pleasing. With' Mrs. L. L. Thrall a.3 accompanist a mens, chorus com- pospd of W. G. Tidd and sons Ru\ a!id Herbert, L.' L. Thrall, Guy Mc- Kinlcy, Jno. TOlIiams and G«nc Mr. and Mrs. Fem Doty and sons ^';""''' """""^ were Wednesday dinner guests ati^;=„^^„^ ^^^1 ^^'^^ 'ti!-"°"A' thP T:v:ir,t n «tv senior high school boys Dn -ighu the Prank Doty home. George Wrestler and 'daughter. Mi&s Alice, called at the Frank Doty home Saturday morning. Cochran, George, Jno. Trout, and Jack McFall pleased the audience with their songs. A guitar solo wa.-;; Riven by Jack McFall. piano num­ ber^ were given by Dr. G. M. Richardson and Jno. Williams, a reading! was given by G. W. _Smlth, Following the program the pastor, the Rev. C. M. Orr, had.^ charge of the games into which hei introduced an i athletic contest with Jno. Williams ! and Mr. G. W. Richardson as cap; tains. Refreshments oi cup cakes jand cpffee were served after the ' games. i In other columns of The Register we note the passing of Bryon Banta at Oklahoma City last week. Mr. Banta spent his youth at Geneva and was well known here, being a. frequent visitor of his aunt, the late Mrs. Wentllng. ^ The family have the sympathy 6f their many friends here, i Mr. and Mrs; Geo. Lieiurance have purchased the; late iChas. Saferite residence on Oak street, which they areremodehng for.their home. Their many friends are pleased that they chore to remain here for their home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills, Toronto, were business visitors here Monday. Cleve Shewell has been quite ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moorehead celebrated their wedding annivers- aiy Sunday with Clarence_ Moore- he.id and f.imily and Mr. and Mre Walter Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson. Mrs., Mollie Crane is much im­ proved'fi-om her recent illness; She entertained as guest Friday evening iipr nephew, Ed Osborne, of near Tola. She also received during the dny a letter from Mrs. Fender, a former reside nt here, who now is livinsj in Colorado, that she is just recovering from a vcrj- serious illness and exjiccts to return tO her home in California as soon as she is 7i .ble. Scvtrral logs have bfccn brought to tno rriill during the last week and v.ork is resumed since the recent v.nvmer weather. Mrs. Ella Fasselt who lives in Independence, but was a former resident here, remains about the same as she has Ix^eri diu-ing her illnes!; of sf?verial weeks. ' Mi-s. Mar5' Kent is the proud possessor of several baby ^ chicks. Jack McFall entertained his mother from Kansas City for the werk-end. i Tlie petitions sent out by the W. C. T. U. against the repeal of tho riahtrenth amendment and Sunday movies were signed by the adults at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Our regular temperance progrrim given each month under the iiuspices of the W. C. T. U. wa*.; NSWERS Ornw iSrtm A DOLF HITLER is head; of the NATIONAL SOCIALIS' PARTY In Germany. Abou Bei Adhem. was written by LEIGH HUNT. According to U. S. ^rmjr sUtistlci. a human body neve^ exceeds 118 MILKS AN HOUR In tallins trom any height. giyen Sunday at the close of Sunday school. Our pastor also attached a. temperance lecture to ^ils sermon. • Philadelphia—Mrs^ Sophie THor got a brealr—a lucky one—in falllkg from a second floor window'whjlle hanging put her wash. She^plung 18 feet, crashed through a skylieiht aiid-rlanded on a bed! Her oi^ly Injury was a cut on one arm. | WE mj the PRICE! A filling station operator G 1 OS( ' to Independence evidently be lieves Jh "truth In advertising.' His sign board announcing the price df 1^ gasoline reads ai follows^ Governori President) Gas at Freight bistrtbut Me (Dea Landon Hoover . Itefinery .. gal. .. Ion er) (your ;3c ic 3c ....1.6c 2C 3c cost) .....13.6c lola Register.) Tanic Car Buyers, no cheap 3rd grad^ at a price for every Total We Are . We haiidlej gas. Retail one. lUc ] WHOLESALE AT ;^ PER jC GAL. Vine tiil & Gas Co. 12c - 12.9c SUte and Lincoln Sts. tola G OOD STYLE is never extreme. If you look around at the people who dress in good taste, you'll see that there's never anything '^flashy about what they wear. , Elbert Clyde Thoroman of lola • • Ijas been recommended by the fac-i ijity of the College of Liberal Artsi' and .S(:iences at the University of I Kansas to receive the degree. Bach- i elor of Arts, according to word re- j celved here today.. Mr. Thoroman \ i>i a son of Mrs. E. C. Thoroman: \: 'lOLA CASH & CARRY OIL CO. ! Incubator Kerosene. 8c per gal. i • Tractor Gasoline. 7c per gal. ', (In 50 gallon lots) 1 : Station Price. Tax Paid. Reg., 12c i Station.,Price, Tax Paid, 3rd. 11c I , Saturday Special! ; Gal. Free with Purchase of-5 Gal. Country Delivery 206 North St. Phone 458 Mrs. N. E.. Lawson of Kansas City has leased the Proctor cafe, 206 West -fitreet, and expects to be open -for riuslness Saturday morning. The interior of the cafe has be^n remod- oled.' Mrs.Xawson has operated a i:afe the past few years In Kansas <nty. • .M. * »L GROCERY Fresh Strawberries, 2 for ...25c .: Fancy F^esh Tomatoes, lb. .. 15c : Fancy Cauliflower, lb. 10c : California Carrots, bunch ...5c : Green Beans. 3 lbs. 25c : Parsnips. 4 lbs.,. j .9c : Fanfcy Cuculnbers JOc : Mushrooms, lb. ....25c : Oranges. 252 size, dozen 19c : New Potatoes. 3 lbs 20c : Delicious Apples, 6 lbs. . 25c : Rhubarb. 2 lbs. 25c : Early"Ohio Potatoes, peck ..15c : It pays to buy yonr Fresh Fruits and VegeUbles at the M. & M. fc» IThIt till. L- .UtmmA PUIaUud «>.U< lou BT pioc^mtnmvSJv Do You Know That in ap ' English law ol 1868, railroads were prcdilbited to carry passengers going to a prize fight. —:—and-^—That Texaco Certified Lubrication must keep its promise of 100 per cent satisfaction: CITYOBLCO. D. C. Dnllea, KUT. Washington and Broadways FIRESTONE-TEXACO JUST BACK From Market! AVitK a Great /. ,• Stock of SprinK' COATS - SUITS DRESSES - HATS and Accessories Come in tomorrow and see these new creations —plenty of the new blue and gray shades for your approval. rwait for the New jFootwear! New Dept. Opened Soon After March IsL (Lome to think of it,.. it's yery much the same "with cigarettes. No cigarette should ever be "strong." That means that they should c ever be too rich or over-seascned—not harsli or "bitey." The taste a ChesterfieM is just as near right as we kno'w how to make it. Not taste] ess or flat, not too highly flavored for steady smoking, but with just the right kinds of tobaccos blended the one right way to satisfy. Che^sterfields are mild. Thejy taste better. leia c^a^effe t^t TASTES HETTER ® 19}}, Licctrr tt Mvm TOBACCO CQ.

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