Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 27, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, February 27, 1933
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-TOLA. KANSAS Mrs. Ava J. Riggs returned Saturday to her home in' Burlington afttir a few; days' visit with Mrs. G., B^King. j Mr. and kirs. G. E. Anderson returned Friday night frdm a two- 'day visit u-lth their son. D. E. Anderson and hLs family, in Savonburg. . , A DELICIOUS TREAT - Serve Fairmont Ice Cream to delight young and old. Many Flavors, Order from your FAIRMONT DEALER .Mrs. Mona Brooks and Miss -Evelyn MbHenry, who live north of town; spent the week-end with Miss McHenry's grandmother, Mrs. M. S. McHenry. , . . Mrs. M. A. rSjCott,. who has been the guest of her daughters Mrs. G. >• A. Defebaugh and her family and Mrs.: H. E. Melton and. her family • the past few days, returned Sunday evening to heir home in Richards, Missouri. TUESDAY ONLY Extra Special :. Beef Roast, per !b 5c : : Lemon GOokies; per lb. 15c : : Salmon, Fancy Pink, 2 cans 19c : :: Hominy, No. 2'.-! can, 2 for.. .15c : ': Pumnkin, No: 2V1- can, 2 for 17c : FRYER BROS. GROCERY : Phone 401 | : ;i Miss Pauline j Williams' returned i Sunday evening from a. weeic-end visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams, in Richmond. Beryl Kemp, a student at the University of Kansas, .silent the \vceS-end with his father J. B. Kemp. ' —By request iWe are rciieating the ' Blackface comedy. "The Colored Woman's IPoIitical Club," Christian (Shui-ch, "Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock. Silver offering bentiflt Ml.s.slonary Guild. Lew:ls Martin and liLs .son Jimmie Ben of lndei >endL'nco worn week-end KMests ofi Mi-. Martin's niece 'Mrs. Hclmer Sheli »T? and.her fam-, ily.^ . / -Mr. and Mrs. Han^ Burns of Carthag?, Mol, spent the week-end with Mrs'. Burns's father Sam Wilson.^ who lives south of town, and with Mr. Burns's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Bums. RuBsell Grouch started this afternoon for Washington, ;D. C., to attend thelijauguratioh of D. Roosevelt, (Franklin —We caution against lavish spending, Waugh Funeral Home> Mrs. J. O. MJttelbach entertained Sunday Mrs. Joe Forbes of Boulder, Colo., who stopped over in ibla on her way to Wichita where she plans to make her home. OUR LOW PRICES make the noonday meal here a sound :ecoion]ical venture seven dajrs a week. Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Phone 790 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Burtnett and their granddaughter Inez Seyfer were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Seyfer, who live in Pleasant Valley district. RUGS! —9x12 ft. Seamless Axminster Rugs, $16.20. Sleeper Furniture Co. Howard Cobb of Kansas City was j a week-end guest of his parents Mr. i and Mrs. L. O. Cobb. i Miss Irene Melton of Joplin, Mo., visited her ijarents,' MB. and Mrs. H. E. Melton, over the week-end. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed THE ife DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27.1933. PAGE THREE -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired I Henry Bj-me, ' guest of his lor and her auiit evening for with other relnj ing to his hom^ who has been the Mrs. Minnie Tay- family, left Saturday Rllchmond for a visit tives before return- in St. Jcseph, Mo. -^Quality on value put iri display quality.' Sam Parren Miss Edna of rests not on words, but to We Sleeper Mprtuai-y. and hLs daughter arnett were guests Card of Thanks. --7- We d&sire to express our! heart- i felt. thanks for the kindness and _ sympathy,' also the beautiful floral offerings,, during the sickness and death of our father and grand^ father.—Mr. M. A. Dean. Mr. and • Mrs. D. E. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. A, B. . Dean, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dean, Mr. ""dnid Mrs. George Wills, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Robinson. Charles Kinzle, who underwent ~dn operation about :two weeks agb at St. John's hospital, returned this morning, to his home' in Garnett. ~'Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson and their, daughter Ruth visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Errol ' McCuUough, who live near Neosho -Palls. Sunday of M:: Parren's brother, Charles Parren and his family, and of his niece, Mrs. Fred Coleman and her family. George Donald and B. W.. Curtis spent Sunday with Mr. Donald's [daughter. Miss; Elaine Donald, in i Kansas City. I - — REDEEM YOUR COUPONS. : For Chocolate Cascarettes. advertised in K. C. Star : yesterday, at : BROWN'S DRUG STORE BEDROOM SUITES Beautifur4 -piece Walnut Bedroom Suites at . .• S29.50 up Large selection- in the styles. Trade in your old as first pay. Easy "Terms Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S.; Jeff. Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Youngberg of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daniels and their children, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Vempn Duggan visited Sunday with Mi's. 'Victor Larson in Elsmore. Mrs. 'S'oungberg and Mrs. Daniels are daughters of Mrs. Larson. —New n.ssortment of Jig-Saw Puz: zles at O'Flaherty's. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stewart returned last night from Kansas City ;.where they visited Mr. Stewart's i brother, E. O. Stewart and his fam- i ily, over the week-end. I A. V. Martin and J. H. Kinser of .Sleeper's attended a General Elec- I trie sales meeting Ftiday at Kansas City. Mr.-and Mrs. Walter OUpbant bad as their gu^ last evening' Miss Gertrude Foster of Morehead tand Louis Reitfbrd of Avant, OUa. —Nopco i XXX Cod Liver Oil in bulk. R. C McKinney Feed Store. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reade and their son Hah>ld Carl of Nevada, Mo., spent Suhday with Mr. Reade's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reade. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hodges of Ghanute were guests Sunday evening of the Rev. and Mrs. Albert V. Howland and thehr daughter Hope. Mrs. Hodges is a ^ister of Mrs. Howland. ' —Very attractive, new patterns. Gold Seal Congoleiun'Rugs. Ciu^is' Furniture. Mr. and Mrs. Donald,Clemens of Chanute visited last evening with Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Fletcher. Mrs. Clemens is a daughter of Mrs. Fletcher. —Bargains in Wallpaper at Antrim's, 219 North Jefferson. •Thomas Lasater, who lives north of Gas City, is recoveriiig from a severe attack of the flu. Mrs. Lasater remains in poor health. MODERN GARAGE Completely Equipped General Repair Oilinir and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair SHELLY M&TOB CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone SO Misses Allyne Jeffers, Vivian Flickinger, Betty Wilkins and Irene Wilklns visited Sunday with Miss Violet Wilson in F^rt Scott. Attention Teachers. — The Register Job Department will now be open during noon hours and Saturday afternoons. Miss Ruth Dean had as her guests for the week-end Miss Betty Holzapfel of Lawrence, arid Miss Jean Denton and Miss Frances Goodell of Colony., Mr. anS Mrs. Frank Bale returned Saturday afternoon from an overnight visit with Mrs. Ida Cox and Joe Manshallat Welda. Any Dress, Suit, or Coat, : Cleaned and Pressed 35o— Spring Suits made to order : from $15.00 up. See our line of : New Spring Samples. SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 W. Madison Phone 797 : _Mrs. Ida Remer, en, route from her home in Eldorado Springs, Mo., • to Burlington, stopped in lola Sat. urday evening for a week-end visit with her daughter. Mrs. Howard Jones and her family. Miss 'Kvonno Stephens and Granvel Stephens of LaHarpe and Miss .Gladys returned today from Kansas City where thcy"\isitcd Mr. , and. Mrs. A. L. Stephens over the ' wcpk-cnd. Miss Chnse is a sister of . Mrs. Stephens. A. L. Stephens is a , brother of Miss Stephens and " Granvel Stephens. Miss Chase's 'niece Barbara Ann Stephens accompanied her home foi- an indefinite visit. SALE Cleaning and Pressing Continued Mon., Tues.. Wed. 4 garments cleaned and pressed Sl.lO 1 garment 29c CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St. Phone 775 Mr. and Mrs. Owen Turner, Virgil "Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner and their, daughter Marie, and Mrs. Will Creason'spent Sunday at Predonia as guests of their cousin Ote 'Turner and his family. Mrs. Cynthia Turner of St. John, sister of Mrs. Creason and Owen Turner, also was there. Wliile there Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner and their daugh^ ,tcr Marie visited Mrs. "Turner's sis- jter, Mrs. D. D. Powers and family. Mrs. Loretta.Defebaugh of Hume, Mo., is visiting her son G. A. Defebaugh and his family. WINDOW^ SHADES —Good quality, standard size, choice of colors, 39c each. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. A. J. Osborne returned Friday Xo her home in Emporia after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs, O; D. Larson. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ableson and their children spent Sunday with Mr. Ableson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ableson, in Predonia. Mrs. H. M. Riggs and her daughter Miss Elizabeth will return Tuesday from Kansas City where Miss Elizabeth has been receiving medical treatment at the Bell Memorial hospital the past three months. •While there, Mrs. Riggs stayed at the home of her daughter Mrs. E. E. Epling in.Independence, Mo. REGISTRATION NOTICE. —To the Electors of the City of lola. Kansas: You are hereby notified that the books for the registration of voters will be kept open between the hours of eight o'clock A. M. and ten o'clock P. M., each day, Sunday and February 22nd ex- cepetd, from thee twentieth day of February to the 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 never registered in the City of lola. and have lived in the ward thirty days or more and in the State six months or more and have attained the age of twenty -one years, you must register before you are eligible to vote. If you failed to vote at the last General election in Novemljer. 1932. and have not registered since, you must re-reglster. If you have moved from the house or street number where you lived when you last registered, you must re -register. If you have changed your name, you must re-register. If you are of foreign birth, you must present your naturalization papers in order to register. r Any person desiring to register must appear in person at my office in the City Hall. T. E. SHANAHAN, City Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lotspeich and their chUdren Rosemary Lotspeich and Eugene Laughlln of Ottawa were guests Sunday of'Mrs. Lotspeich's mother Mrs. R. M; Goble. and her sister Mrs. Walter Faddls, and Mr. Faddls. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orr and their grandson of Earleton and Mrs. Maude Wilson and her daughter of Chanute visited Sunday afternoon at: the Faddls home. ' ' "what is'said to be tlie first si.x-day ice skating race la the United States recenty sot under way in Syracuse, N. Y. Above is a scene as Bobby McLean, former speed cliamplon; led the pack around one of the [turns. The race is conducted on somewhat the same ilnaa as a six-day bicycle race, skaters competing in two-man teams and. relieving eaci other at intervals. PEACE OP WAR-RESPONSffilLITY IS THEIRS With Tokyo's newspapers reporting a decision already reached W-hereby Japan will secede from the League of Nations and will renew her .conquest ot Jehol, the world is watching these men who must decide Japan's future.apd the peace of the world. This latest portrait of the Japanese cabinet shows the venerable premier. Viscount Makoto Saito, center, presiding oVer a formal session. Other members: left to 'right are: standing, Ichiro Hatoyam, education; Lieut-Gen. Sadao Araki, army; Ryutaro Nagai, o verseas affairs; Baron Kumakichi Nakajimal con^merce; Matsukichi Koyama, justice; Fumio Goto, agriculture. Seated are Chuzo Mitsuchi, railw ays; Count Yasuya Uchid'a. foreign affaii-s; Premier Saito; Baron Tatsuo Yamamoto, home affairs; Hiroshl Minami, communications. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strawderman entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Fontaine and their children at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McGinnis and their soifi Lee Fisher spent Sunday with Mrs. McGinnls's mother, Mrs. Ida Stites, in Pleasanton. The Veterans of i Foreign Wars meet Ti^esday night at 8:00 o'clock at Memorial hall. ' C. B. Crick, Comm. Miss Grace Wilson left Sunday for an indefinite visit with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, in Springfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smock were dinner guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood in Moran. While there they visited their daughter Mr.s. W. W. Lam and her family. . —Try GLOVER'S new car for TAXI SERVICE. 15c. Phone 897. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long and son Loralne Long, and Miss Betty Le£Ber visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nystrom in Savonburg. ; —A Portable Typewriter brings convenience to your work. Williams Typewriter Co, H. L. Bamett of Geneva who has been ill since Christinas, is reported worse today. Mr. and Mrs. l»aul E. Reade and theU- chUdren of Kimbal visited Saturday with Mr. Rfeade's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett'Reade. , REBEKAHS —^Meet at hall tomorrow 1:30 to attend funeral of Mrs. Dora E. Arbuckle.—Carrie Jacobson, N. G. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Litwin and their children of Chanute were' guests Sunday of Mr. Litwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Litwin. —New Low Price on Plumbing Fixtures. lola Plumbing Co. Ph. 1175. A. V. Lemasters arrived this mommg from New York City called by the serious illness of his moth-' er. Mrs. E. W. Lemasters. Mr. Lemasters came b>' airplane from In- diaruipolis, Ind., as far as Kansas City. STEELE'S- SEED HOUSE Bartelde's Tested Seeds All Fresh Stock Compare Our Prices COURTER RADIO SERVICE N. Side Square Phone 809 Mrs. Catherine Abbott fell Saturday morning on the steps leading to the office of the Sifers Candy company, , tearing the ligaments loose in her left knee. She is able to walk with the aid of crutches. Mr. end Mrs. Olen Reade and their children returned last evening to their home In Valley Palls after a week-end visit to t the home of Mr. Reade's brother Everett Reade. MT. PLEASANT Feb. 22.—Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dahlstrom spent, Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dey. Frank Johnson was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Manson and family. Mabel Smith spent Sunday witli Miss Etta Mae Everitt. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Price and Carrol Lee are moving to Elsmore with Mr. Price's mother. Kenneth and Howard Inman spent Monday evening with Joe Everitt. Mrs. Jake Hess visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dey Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dey have been sick the past two weeks, but! are better now. , ^ i Vera Lee Bangs spent Sunday night with Delores EnoS. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Everitt are moving to the former Harley Minor place Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson.. Mrs. Jim Smith and i son Raymond, visited at theiHarvlt Smith home Sunday. Tlic Mt. Pleasant school had charge of the music at! the M. E. chiirch Sunday evening. The follow­ ing numbers were ! rendered: Pro^ cessioiial. "Now the Day is Over.'I chonis: solo, "Jesusj Wants. Me for a Sunijcam," Jean Lander; "Church in the Wildwood," chorus; duet, Swecd Hour of Prayer," Vera Lee Bangs and Delores lEnos. A violin oblignto was played by Mr. C. M. Barsby to all numbers.' Lou Gemlll called at the home of his father, Mr. A. IL. Gemll Monday. ' i . The funeral of Mrs. Jerome Alberts was held "Tuesday at the M. E. church in Savonburg. Mr. and Mrs.-Ti L. Gemll and son .Lester, vlsitedj at the Emmit Smith home "Tuesday. DEWITT Feb. 23.—Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wrestler, and Junior and Wayne Osborn spent Saturday evening at the Harry Conklln home. Loo Fredrick and Jack spent Monday afternboh with,Mrs, Mary' Fredrick and Rose in Humooldt. Carl Glen Conklln spent Sunday afternoon with Harlkn Cress. Mr. and Mrs. Will Krueger.and family moved Tuesday to, theh home southeast of Chanute. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strack will move on the farm vacated by Kruegers. . Eryl Conklln spent Sunday with Junior Record. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Will Moon spent Tuesday evening at the Henrj- 'Wagner home. Several from this vicinity attended the R. C. Penny sale "Tuesday. Nadine and Junior Wrestler were supper guests at the! Harry Conk­ lln home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cress and Shirley spent Sunday with Frank Ostrander and Charles. Mrs. George Stroh and children spent Monday at the parental Krucger home. Margaret and Thelma Eileen Conklln spent Sunday afternoon with Bill and Jack Fredrick. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ostrander and family moved Monday from the DeWltt farm to a farm east of Humboldt. Miss Reedy who has been staying at tlie Ostrander home this winter will stay at home and drive to school the remainder of the term. Harry Conklln and Thelma Eileen called at the Herstein home Wednesday afternoon. Dan Braum, county agent, held a soils meeting at the DeWitt schoolhouse Thursday night. * He also had moving pictures.; hest Colds ....Best treated without "dosing" 'APORUB STAIN LESS rtoyy, jf: yoij prefer Colds That Hang On Don't let them get a strangle hoid. Fight germs quickly. Creomulsipn combines the 7 best helps known to modem science. P'owerfultjut harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your druggist will'refund your money if any cough or cold no matter how long standing is not relieved by Creomulslon. STOP TAKING SODA! FOR GAS ON STOMACH Much soda disturbs digestion^ For gas or sour stomach AdIerika is much better. One dose rids you of bowel poisons that cause gas: and bad sleep. Wallar's Palace Drug Stores, , • .-..haiflia Gushing. CMcla.—George B. Kennedy. Gushing bookkeeper. Is 7 feet 10 Inches tall and unmarried. He Bays the girl he weds taust be able to kiss him without using stilts. •Eating spaghetti and stringheans" is hi?, reply to how he got that way. 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