TOLA. KANSAS THE IQLA DAILY REGISTER, TUESDAY EVEfaNG, FEBRUARY 28, 1933 PAGE THREE Mrs. John Burns, who has been Ul with the flu the past few days, is reported somewhat improved today. 4 -Nopco XXX Cod Uver 611 in Bulk. R. c McKlnney Peed Store. Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Kirk returned Saturday from' a two-day businfess trip to La 'RTence and "topeka. Improve Your Copkine Use FAIRMONT'S ~ Pasteurized Milk. Cream, Co(_ Use Cheese and BattermUk. CaJl 91 for Hou -se Delivery or ask your p'Oter • ^ !.•• Mrs. Annie Keith, who has b^n severely ill with influenza the past three ^»-ecks, Is reported much improved. ; Attention Teaciiers: The Register Job i Department *iU now be; open during noon hours and Saturday afternoons. . Miss Nadine Roedel} who lives near LaHarpe was reported today , Mrs. Earl Fourth, whoj 3hilcate, 315 South underwent a major operation In £ t, John's hospital j-es- terday, is repojvering as well as could be expected.! -A R. Ch mbers. M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 3T7. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Gibson and their children of Ottawa were guests Sunday of Mrs. Oibson'si par! ents, Mr. and! Mrs: J. W. Edwards. iMeek's POLLY ANN CAFE , Invites Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ben-son [to be their guests at dinner Wednesday 'Featuring Complete Chicken Dinner Phone 790 to be much improved operation for the removal of her ap- ' pehdix In . the i Johnson ollowing an hospital at Chanute Sunday morning. . BEDROOM SUiTES -Beautiful 4-plece Walnut Bedroom Suites at ..... IS29.50 up Large selection in the Intcst styles. Trade in your old as first pay. Easy Terms Free |Deliver>' W. H. WOOD FINE FURNirLTlE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 MiSi A. W- Young is confined to her bed by illness. Mi's. Harry Bragg is quite iU with influenza. —New -1 assortment of Jig-Saw Puzzles at pTlaherty's. Cecil,^rown returned today to his home; in Kansas City after a* few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown. Lloyd Hessoiig of Fort Scott visited Sunday Remsberg wl^o tovn. with Miss Kathartae lives southeast of —A Portable Tjpewritcr brings convenience to your work. Williams Typewriter Cio. Miss Inez Wilson of Topeka visited Mr. aA4 Mrs. W. C. Wright over the week-end. Why Suffer From Cancer? The Yates Center Sanitarium L^wis Method CANCER Treatment Free <;onsultatiori All correspondence - confidential Yates Center, Kansas Floyd N. Kelley sang before the i music club yesterday afternoon and !the Rotary club last evening in ; Humbodlt. Miss Xx)raine Green returned Saturday night from a two-day visit with her cousins E. B. Swilzer and his family, and Miss Nina Switzer, in Kansas City. —Tune In on 1175 for Plumbing and Repair Work. Ida Plumbing Co.; Mrs. Douglas Schomerus, who has been ill for 4 week, is inow abla to be up again and feeling much Better. - . Mrs. Joseph Chehaske returned Sunday from, a week's visit with relatives anc^( friends in Kansas City. Mr. Chehaskp drove there Saturday for her. ...., V ': S'TEAKS ': That A^ Different AUTOMOBILE PAINTING Wrecked Automobiles Repaired. Wood Work Repaired on^ Automobile Bodies. Acetylene Welding. C. C. McCABTY & SON 301 South St.—Phone 219 C. J. Peterson underw'^ent an operation for the removal of his tonsils this morning at jSt. John's hospital. I IVlARCH SPECIAL —Hot Cross Buns, fruit filled, per dozen, 15c. lola Bakery. Jim Butcher and his daughter ; Gertrude. of Independence ^ht Sunday with Mr. Butcher's i brother, J. C. Butcher, and Mrs. Butcher. NEWEST COMER TO UNCLE SAM'S FLEET Cleanini; and Pressing Sale Ends Wednesday Suits, Coats, Dresses 29c F OOT Garments $1.10 All Work Guaranteed CUT RATE CLEANERS. 109 West St. Phone 775 Newest ocean-going defender of the nation is the U. S. 3. Portland, pictured at the Charlestown Navy Yard at Boston, Mass.,^ just after ishe had been commissioned into smice in the United States cruiser fleet. . EAST SIDE CVFE Oa\-id Hart Bill Murphey' Any Suit. Dress or pvercoat Cleaned and Pressed —-35c ! ' I. ABLESON CLEANERS Phone ICS One Day Sprv'lcc If Desired • 1 Mrs. Albert Herbst returned today 1 to her home in Wichita after a few I days' visit wlth^er uncle and aunt I Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Flelsher. : I Mr. nhd Mr.s. J. C. NijJ and their daughter Geraldlne returned Sunday from Cchtralla.. Okla.. where t)vy were gucsU of Mr. Nix's falh'-- j'l O. Nix for a few days. RUGS' —0x12 ft. Seamless Axminstcr RURS, $16.20. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. M >Ton : I^eedy. and their daughter Mary Lou of Independence, Mo., formerly of lola, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. lies. WEDNESDAY ONLY Extra Special ,: - Beef Roast, per lb.... .5c : : Lemon Cookies, per lb 15c : : Salmon, 'Fancy Pink, 2 cans 19c : : Hominy; No. 2^ can. 2 for.. .15c : : Pumpkin. No. 2>4 can, 2 for 17c : FRYER BROS. GROCERY Phone 401 1 : WINDOW SHADES ' —Good quality, standard .size, j choice of colors, 39c each. Sleeper i Furniture Co. Postmaster and Mrs. C. O. Bol- llngpr spent Sunday at Nevada, Mo., a.s Ktiests of their son. J. Merle Bol- Iliigcr, and Mrs. Bollinger. i^AFEWAY STORE . j ' Wednesday :': Bread and Butter Day 1 lb. Butter (Fairmont. Richmond or Clover Bloom) and 1 lb. Loaf Bread for 22c— Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Davis and their children, who live near Yates Center, visited Sunday with Mrs. Davis's sister, Mrs. D. R. Blohm and her family: —Ask those whom we h^ve served. Waugh Funeral Home. Glenn Delaplain of laHarpe underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils Monday at St. John's hospital. Dick Swift, Chanute, was a guest of Harold Childress Saturday night and Sunday. ' Garden Seeds and Everbloomint: Rose Boshes We Test All Our Seeds 6 25c Roses, or 4 35c Roses, or 3 50c Roses Xor —$1 .00 WISHARD SEED CO, lola, Kansas Mr. and Mrs. W. C' Wright and their guest Miss Inez Wilson of Topeka were dlnper guests Sunday noon of Mrs. Wright's mother Mis. S. E, Perkins in Moran. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office j over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. Donald licmcr of Burlington were guests Sunday 0/ Mr. Reiner's sister, Mrs. Howard Jones, and her family; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M. Leavitt had as their guests for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Thiry and their sons La Verne and Norville of Greeley. . ^iiss Thetai Brewer, second district director of the. Business and Professional Women's clubs, returned last night from Wchita •R -here she attended a state board meeting of the Kansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs. Plans yf^re made for the program of -the state convention to be held May 12 to 14 at Garden City. While there Mi.ss Brewer u-as the ; . st_cwed_Chicken with_ Dumplings A. V. Lemasters arrived Monday morning from New York City called by the Serious illness of his mother Mrs. I. H. Lemasters, Instead of Mrs. E. W. Lemasters as stated in last night's Reglstei'..Mrs. E. W. Lemasters Is a sister-in-law of A. V. Lemasters. —Ask those that we have ser\-ed, our prices are fair. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Juanita Taylor and Prank Taylor have returned from a weekend visit with their sister, Mrs. D. H. Smith, and Dr. Smith, In Richmond. Their mother, Mrs. Minnie Taylor, who accompanied, them there, remained for a longer stay. You Cannot Appreciate the Kozy Kove Cafe until you have seen and tried the quality of food served. We use home products altogether. -25c Special Daring March! Shampoo and Finger Wave, dry ^35o— Operators— : Miss Geraldlnc Shcwell Miss Grayce Ensminger Catherine Ann Beanty Shop 17'^ W. Mad.—Phone 494 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Br©wn and their daughter Betty Jane of Colony were guests Sunday evening of Mr. Brown's sister Mrs. Floyd C. Smith and her family. —Very attractive, new patterns. Gold SealCongoleum Rugs. Ctirtis' Furniture. Barney McCabe of Carlyle and his daughter,.Mrs. Henry L. Lemons of Wichita, E\'erett Davis of Fredonia. and Mrs., Marvel Gillispie returned last night from Khox\ille, lavm. where they were called a week ago by the sprious Illness of Mr. McCabe's son, William McCabe. Senator and M!rs. F. J. Oyler. who | are living' in Topeka while the leg- 1 islature is in session, spent the | week-end at their home in lola. —Bargains in Wallpaper at Antrim's, 219 North Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown of Topeka were week-end guesis 01 Mrs. Brown's parents Ml", and Mrs. G. W. Gates, and of Mr. Brown's parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown. CHECK YOUR BATTERY And you'll avoid being stalled out in "no man's land" because of a dead battery. B-tlterics tested free of. charge Low prices on new: plates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80- Mis. C. S. Bisliop and her daugli- ter MJss Ruth -returned Saturday from a week's visit with Mr., and Mrs, Otto Brickler in Wichita. Mrs. Bridkler is a daughter of Mrs. Bistiop. . Modernistic Oil Permanents Complete with Shampoo and Haircut—S1.50 Tlicsc Permanents Are Abr solutely Guaranteed RUTH DEAN BEAUTY SHOPPE 210 S. Wash.—Phone 282 E.^ T. Burge and his son William of Xmoret. Mo., were diriner guests Monday noon of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Campbell. E. T. Burge is an uncle of Mr. Campbell. . Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cook and their children and Mrs. Effle Cook returned Monday noon from a short Visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aspoas in Sullivan, Mo. Mrs. Aspoas is a daughter of Mrs. Effle Cook and is a sister of E. B. Cook. NEW PLATE LUNCH for, 15e Good,, wholesome, well cooked : i food at the lowest possible price Sirved any time of day -I STAR CAFE : i North Side Square Mrs. D. P. Northrup and her son- , in-law R. W. Harrj- will return this ! evening \ from an over-night visit' with Mrs. Northrup's daugiiter. "^Jlxh. • H. H. Howard and her family, in "Topeka.! guest of her sister, Mrs. D. H. Mc-i Conachic. SAFEWAY STORE , Wednesday Bread and Butter Day 1 lb. Butter (Fairmont. Richmond or Clover Bloom) and I lb. Loaf Bread for 22c Dr. L. F. Schmaus, fonwrlv ns- Kociated witli Dr. Hcrtzlcr. of the H.aLstcad hospital, has rented the offices of the late Dr. prS. Mitchell and has taken over i>arl of his equipnicnt. and will enter upon the grnfcrnl practice of medicine in lola within the ne.xt few da >-s. Dr. _ Schmau.s and his family, wife and two children, arrived in lolh ia.s; Saturday and for the present wili . occupy the housekeeping apartment ad.loining the medical offices. PLEASANT BELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION I SliouJders droop under weight of years.' Young, yet beauty has fled. Cheeks are s^low and drawn. Unsightly pimples. Keep your system clean and yox; keep the beauty of j-Duth. Its energy. Its irresistible - charm. Then life is not a failure. Clogged bowels and inactive liver cause poisons to seep through the system. Health vanished and with it b^uty and energy. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets will help save you from this darkhour. For 20 years they have „ prescribed in place of calomel to" /fnen and women seeking health and ^freedom from constipation. They act ---easily and smoothly. No dangerous griping. Take nightly before retiring. RKults will ainaze you. Thousands I of men and women ^uld never be without Dr. Edwards Olive TabletsJ a vegetable compound. Know them by their olive color. 15c 30c aiid 60c., All druggists. Ham Croquettes Green Peas Sauce Veloutc Roast Fresh Ham Sweet Potatoes Roa.st Sirloin of Beef Vegetable Plate Choice of Three Vegetables Salad Beverage Hot Bread KOZY KOVE Mrs. Sam Blizzard and her chll- | drcn Dorothy, Barbara, and Bry- j an P. of Joplln. Mb., spent the week-end with Mrs. Blizzard's father Dr. C. E. Wood, and her sister Mrs. C. B. Tipple and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Hurlock. Attend the Wdrld's Fair in Group When Your Daughter Comes toWomaxJiood Give Her L> dia E. Pinkham's , Vegetable Compound Most ^Is in their teens need a , tonic and regulator. Give yopr I daughter Lydia E. Piiikham's I Vegetable Compound for the next few months. Teach her bow to guard her health at this critical time. When she is a happy, healthy wife and mother she will tbai^ yoa. Organize a group now and arrange lo attend the great |World 's Fair ** The iBeaconJViay.'' At Beacon Gty groups of students, teachers, friends alnd ndghhors, may reside together, pomfortable lodging, excellent meals, quick transportation, car parking facilities—all these privil^es go with Beacon CSty membership. ^ 984J>5 buys W memberafalp for raw weekly reddenoe peziod aX DaUy Register By enioIUns now, yon era feore at reserratida. $5.00 la tihe enrolbnent fee, and yon pa^ the balance of ^20.85 when 70a arrive at Beacon <at;v Aak (M* the Beaeon City QoeirtJon A Answ^ boolc U g^rta full details. SISTER yMRY'S KITCHEN HUMBOLDT NEWS Hnmboldt Jfnnior mgh School Basketball Team Wins State Championship. BY SISTER MARY ! .\K.\ Si'ivicc XVriK'i- ! nnlllCSK siUail rcripo.s nuiy. Im'.p; ynii ill yciur Ki'bniavy iiiL'iiii lihiiuiiM;;. Thi 'V .scii .-iDiuil ;iiiir easy U) iiinki^ jind .uc .^un; l<i pf 'al liiitli to llio cyo .niid llii.' Ia-.I.>'. all j ;iH )(l iioiiils ill balad • iiuikin^'. Tlio lilst salail., toiipiM' ami spiiiaili. i.s an ('xcoriciit liiiii-licnii ' salad III- .it will work in nivi .'ly Willi a vc;;t(a!)le difUK 'i-. 'roii;;iic .'iiiil . .Spiiiacli Sahwl j Chop (.-ooliod .spiiiaih" vry lilii' [ and !M -asoii willi sail, li'iiioii juici'' and a lillli- iin-li.-d Imtinr. I'acU ' finiily into niold.s which an- .Mill IvjUi'i -rd and (illc,l wilh a pi.'ii; ft( Iiiillcivd papiT in Ijoiloiii 01'' till' n 'lold. This papi 'i' Iriik iii- .siiii-,s .i-a.-y luiniim oiii of Ihr nlold.^. I'm molds into ii r lio\ l,p chrll. Wlii'ii wady to s'lvo nn- niolil oil sli. IS 01 I old lioih'd loii;:iii'. Ill o|> a spoioil 111 o| pi I'. )iai<>d iir.i> oiina 1 on cso li mold anil u.ii'ii isli V, il li m.i l< h liKo . strips of toii;;i|o. i.irjil Ir. o.f haid-; roi,'l<r'd i-t;^s ami ( ri-ji losiil. , hsi'vi-s of li 'i I nil- ' Till- iiia> onna ivo i, pr. .p.ni 'd • •- Tomorrow's Menu llKi:.\kF.\ST: Baked bananas with lemon sauce, (•'•ical, rioain, ham omelet, reheated rolls, milk, cofl'ec. I.U.NCHKO.N: U o u i lion, I 'lisi) crackers, spinach and • toiiKiic sulad, toasted rolls, jumbles, milk, tea. ni.NXKK: Stuffed breast ol vetil, potatoes baked witli meal, slewed tomatoes \yjth (lontoiis, KiiiKeralc salad, chocolate pudding, nnlk^ colfce. HUMBbLDT. Feb. 27.—Mr. C. P. Bridges and bis Junior high school basketball team returned victorious from the state junior high school basketball tournament held at Eureka Saturday, February 25. The teams entered in the toiunameht were from Cedarvale. Orenola, Arkansas City, E^ireka. Fredonia, Madison, Newton, and Humboldt. Humboldt defeated Madison In the first round by a.score of 26-2. In the second roiiiid^bey played Arkansas City, one of the strongest entries, and were victorious with a score of 12-8. The 1 final game played between Newton and Humboldt resulted In a; 17-9 victory for Humboldt. The; Humboldt boj-s played ver>' good basketball as is shown by the fact that only three field goals were scored against them during the entire tournament. The players on the Humboldt team were: Frank Hoover. Fred Sccfken. Harold Piatt. An eel Owens, John Edward Yan-j del, Arthur Horn and Homer Snllth. Miss Marcia Jane White of Kansas city is visiting wilh Miss Margaret Amos and other friends. Jesse Van Nice of Ottawa Junction was home Simday for a few hours with his family, returning to duty the same afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Long, Independence, former managers of the Self Service grocery here, were visiting here for a few hours-Simday. The Junior Christian Endeavor society of the Presbjierlan church entertained both the Jimior and Intermediate groups of the EpWorth League of the Methodist church Simday afternoon. The sponsor, Mrs. Harvey '•• Markle. reports -a splendid attendance and fine program. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes, il northeast of Huniboldt. whose golden wedding j anniversary occurs Tuesday. February 28. celebrated the occasion Sunday at their home. Their six'sons, their families and a few other relatives .and friends were entertained with a covered dish dinner at noon, also refreshments were served in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. iR. T. Overgard, now 6f Humboldt, at the home they occupied.in Savonburg in 1883, the Overgards being special guests at the celebration yesterday. A short program was given foUow- ',j lup boiliiiK water, 1 cup gin- ;;i'ralo, 1; i.up lemon juice, 4 ta- bb.spooiis KiiiKor simp, 1 cup died apph', cMcry, cream cheese, caiui'd rod cherries, pecans, 1 cup Ilia:, onnaise, K cup wlilppinj; ( roa Ml. liri'si'i VI il .Kii)Ki;r. I'K Mivid t;iii;;er can be boiiKlit ill Miiall ulass ijars at any fancy L'. roi-i-rs. S<iitoii t'datii^i in cold water for pi'i'ially 1^' this .'alad aliil add liiilcli lo lis iiopiilarily. rn-paml >l:i.\<iiiii:ii>.i< f)ll' riip ill., colll.ri-''. I I iiMid oljv.'s. :; liii\ .'-«c-\-t iiiruiii l"r pickles. I l:ild'--lioioi ripi.--. I icasiiooii iiiiiir ./d jiaisb'y. Chop olivis. pi. kb's and ..ip '-is very line and add vifh jiaisby lo. iiiayoniiaisf jii-^l h<-tur,- <• iviii'4. (•in;irra^^" .SalatI Two lalib'spoons man^i'ed Rclatiii.. 1 tabb'spooiis i .old ^I'c r.. : (ivi> minutes. . wal<r. .\dil juire and sirn diii::ei. When jolly ; add nppf iiioldi and let )issolvc 111 lioilliiK KiiiKeralc, lemon ^) from preserved iiiixtuic bccins to .ICS. Turn Into .i .-itand nntil chilled •and j 111 in. fiimold and servo with j mayonnaise combined wjtli whipped cream and threads of l>resi:ivcd ^iirjor. Surround lliu mold' with cherries stuffed with, pif.iil meats and inch slices of celi'iy stuffed w|^lh ci-eam clice.se. .\ jriiii; mold is attrarrtive for lliis siiad. lilliilc the center wiLU m.-iyo|nnaisi' I'ji.iiture. Do You Kmis) Do you know that the Boy Scouts of America number about 830,000, -and- Tliat we will be glad to change your license tags for you free of charge? CITY OIL CO. D. G. Dnllea, Mgr. Washington and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO ing the dinner, consisting of a talk byjRev. C. A. B. fewanson; group sitting;: vocal solo by Mr. Edgar Holmes; vocal duet. Mesas. John aiid Lowall Holmes; and two piano solos by and Mrs radio by Mary Ellen Holmes. Mr. Holmes were presented a their sons. They also received cakes, decorated with golden wedding I bells and flowers. The guests wfere: Mr. and Mrs. Iran Holmes and-children, Fae Verlee, Leonard land Nadine of LaHarpe; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Holmes and children. ^^Ceinneth, Dorene. and Carl Wendell Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Holmes and children Mary Ellen and Bobby Dean of Chanute: Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Overgard of Humboldt; Mr. and Mri. Christian Overgard of Savonburg; Mrs. Hilda Hemburg of Ottawa; Mrs. Mary Englehardt of LaHarpe; Mr. and Mrs. E.'A. Holmes and children; Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes and son Edgar; Mr. and Mrs: Gilbert Holmes and son, Keith: and Rev. and Mrs. Swanson and children, all of Elsmore. All. report ia most delightful time spent. MJonora. Pa.—It might be a qood idea for some of the Muias ^to chanjre the names of their firms. Flames crackled in one Mula shoe repair shop while the fire department rushed to another Muia shoe repair shop, and finding It was the wrong one, proceWed to still another Muia repair sliop. 'Thei'e arc four'of them. • Because of ihe delay, the blaze diri damage estimated by the owner at $3,000. SENEKER DRY GOpDS CO. lOLA'S POPULAR STORE THIS WEEK ..Special Sale.. SPRING COATS A .special showing' this week at the ' popular ,:^ice of ^Ten Dollars POLO CLOTHS NOVELTY CLOTHS: AND WOOL CREPES FaHhioned in tiever new styles that will meet with instant approval. THE FAMOUS, "BILLIE DAW" COATS Special This Week $10«' ease: Youll enjoy their mellow-mildness •..appreciate their character Fine tobaccos at their delicious best—that's Lucky Strike. In every fnendly puff you taote the full nch goodness of the choicest tobaccos—patiently aged, carefully blended —a Charaaer all their own. And in every friendly puff you enjoy the mellow-mildness of fine tobaccos that are "Toasted" — purified by Lucky Strike's famous process. For these two reasons—character and mild ness-"Luckies Please!" ecause \Vs toasted"
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