Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 2, 1933 · Page 12
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 12

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE NEWS OF MORAN More Than 150 Women Attend QaUt Tea^ Sponsored by Moran Unit of Farm Bureau. (Mrs. G. H. Ford.t MORAN, Marcji 1—Sponsored by the Moran unit of the Fa^m Bureau, more than 150 women attiend- . ed the quilt exhibit and tea given Tuesday afternoon In the social ' rooms' of the Methwlist church. : Eighty-six quilts of modern design and 26 colonial patterns were on ex- hibition and the display was most ; pleasing Indeed. A quilt of special Interest was one made in Scotland . and exhibited by Mrs. Millard Heath of Mildred. Mrs. Fred Apt. of lola had on display a qiiilt made in 1803. • Another quilt more than 100 years - old was exhibited by: Dr. R. R. Nev- Itt and was made by his 'great- grandmother. The program- Includ- , cd a clarinet trio by Mlssep Virginia Taylor, Kathryn Mendell and Max- Jnn Laughlln. Vocal solo, Mrp. Har- 1^ Umphrey; readings. Miss Mabel Moe Wilson, Korna Lee Braden; vocal numbers, Mrs, Waller Wright nnd Mrs. E. W. Haglund of lola, Ml«» Amy Kolley of Monhattnn Uavo li Hne talk commending the jrognim of the day. Ten was poured >y Mr»i, Cni'l Shlvely nnd Mr«, Dm Dniiim Inlii, A pleuMHiit xocilnl hour cmioludcd the iiftcrnoon'M pleiisHro, Mcjifliinii'S ClHUd Taylor, Arthur M('i«l<'ll. • f'ftiil. )E»rl; SUtzol, O^orKO Wriml nnd MISHPH Levollii l^ntishlln nnd Miwy BUlzt'l wrrc guditPi of the loin MuNlc club'M an- niml Ktudciu proRrnm Tursdny nU- ernoon. The followtrtg younfj people from MJornn upixjorcd on the program: Vesln nnd Vcrle Liicey. Kula I Strong. Payc Wcnst. Knthryn Men- 1 dell, Maxinc Laughlln, Virginia I Taylor. Royal Cox. Rpscoe Houk, | Dwight Bai-nes, John Paul, Jack; Cooper. Miss Lucllia Harris direct- ! ed the student orchestra. i The Beulah Reltz auxiliary mls- , sloriat^- society of the Methodist church held its : regular monthly meeting'Monday evening at the I home of Mrs. John Day. Mrs. Cal j Hart conducted the devotlonals and i Mrs. Clarence Kester had charge of the lesson study. The following "members were present: Mesdames J. R. Williams, Ralph .Martin, Sarah Umphrey, S. E. Perkins. Cal Hart, Charley Broulllard, L. D. Mitchell, Lee Churchill, Randall i bay and Miss Olive Day. i Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Smith arc; making a^ extended visit with Mrs. l Smith's bfbther Carl Ritchie and lamlly and other relatives at Tulsa. : Mr. and Mrs. E. H; Bartlett, Mr; iand Mrs. CllfT Eastwood. Mr. B. H. Bodenburg, Mrs. E. J. Weast and Mi's. Frank Rees attended the funeral services of Ell Guyer held In the Baptist church at Bronson Tuesday afternoon. | ' ;Ncws of the death of Mrs. M. P.; Sickly at her home in New York' Monday has been received .by her' s^n Dumont Sickly and other rel- • ativcs here. Mrs. Sickly had been! ill for many months and her death' w;as not unexpected. Tlie body will • .bs brought to LaHarpe for inter- i nicnt Iri the family lot. The time of Ife arrival cannot be determined at this time. The family have many friends In Allen county who extend Sincere sympathy. ! • Mrs. T. H. McLaughlin of Bron- ! Son visited friends and attended the i quilt exhibit here Tuesday after-' Spon. I ; The house of Ben Pennington at | • LaHarpe bought by Q. E. Lacey to replace the -one lost by fire recently fcas been moved and today wasi placed in position for the founda-'' tion. The family expect to be able • to occupy it soon as living away I frpm home at this season of the year is proving a great hindrance to their farm work. Mrs. R. R. Nevltt will be hostess ! %0 the Moran unit of the farm bureau women Friday afternoon, i :, Mrs. Frank Martiri and family Jnoved: today to the J. R. Klein farm north of, LaHarpe. The family have many friends here who regret their leaving this neighborhood but ^Ish them well" In their new hotne. • Mr. jand Mrs. Robert; Harris an- ! nounco the birth Friday of a daugh- i ter weighing six pounds. The-little elrl was born on her grandmother Rogers' birthday and has been giv- ! i:n her name. Ida. *• Mesdames Boy Hurley. Fred Apt, lola: Edward Hosley, Mildred; L. C. Caldwell, Chance Trimble, ' Floyd JMtcCormack. J. H. Rogers, Bayard: A. L. jAnderson, Bronson, were out of town ladles who attended the quilt ^how here Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pennington at- . f,ended the flmeral services of J. S. i aicKa ^ghn, LaHarpe, Sunday. - Mrs Bertha Bdndy and daughter j Anna Louise, Kansas City, will ar- J five here this morning to attend pie funeral of Mrs. Bondy's mother. Mrs. M. F. Sickly, whose death occurred in New York Monday night. THE TOLA i )AILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1933. BANK -i JITTER Aj crimp has Leen put In the world '.s first bank-sitter by u California court. Mrs: Veorn Casndy, divorced wife of Wayne A, Cnsa- dy, pfflclnl of a branch bank, nl- legetf-he owed her $3,000 bock alimony. So Nhe cumo nnd Knt in hlH ImnH nil dny, nnd every dny, Judge Hartley Shuw gittnlori nn Injunction ; to iH'oveiit • "nioloHtliiB" of CuHndy. Tl)() body IN expected herr Tliiuvirtuy mornlnif nnd live fiini-rnJ Urn bmv tciiliicivt'ly nrrniiBfd for liint nUer- noon iin LnHnriJc,; Mr. and Mrs. lioy Mnrtin niul cItlldiVn were Suiicliiy dinner Ktienln [ of M'. Mnrtln's purent,s. Mr. iind MvH. \. L. Martin, Mr. nnd Mi-s. H. p. Smock, lolii, were jSimday dinner guests of Mr. nnd iMrs. Walter Wot)d. Mrs. Woodjs brother Wllmcr Smith Yate.'?! Center, was a guest also, having niTivcd Pi-iduy for , a visit of several days. Mr.iand Mrs. A. M. Smith visited laft week nt the home of Mr, Smiths sister, Mrs. Louie,Emmerson of Ottawa, at^d on Saturday came to Gafnett where they remaineo until Sii iday afternoon, guests of their ! son. Blynn Smitli and family. - Mr. and Mrs. Claud MyiTS anil little .son Gleeford. were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of M.--. Myrosj parents, Mr. and Mi's. Will Myrc.% northwest oX town. Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Oliphant. lola, were here Sunday at the home of Mt. Oliphant's jjarents. Mr. and UTF. j. W. Oliphant. The World Day of Prayer will be observed at the Christian church at 3 p. m. Friday. March 3, with the following program: Devotionals, Rev. Fred Greshem: Missionary Work in Congo Central Africa, Mrs. .John !Boman: vocal solo, Mrs. Rees B'irHnd: "The Voice." a demonbtra- tion siven by the Missionary society nf the Methodist Episcopal church; song, the King.'; Heralds; the Haciai Oiiticok, Mn:. Fred Gordon. Benediction. W. N. Han'is mfide a business triij to El.«more Atonday afternoon. Miss Gertrude. Pennington,- New York, was a guest last wbek of Mrs Ben Penninyton wiiile Ivlr. Penulufe- trn was in Kansas City on business. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Burton and Mrr. Burton's mother, Mrs. Math-; cws.. Parsons, v.-ho visited over the week-end with their sister and daughter. Mrs. Bert Coleman, Yalea Center, stopped here to call on old friends Monday. Mr. Burton was former manager of the Xathan & Sons Produce company, anu the family were residents here man>years. HOW MODERN WOMEN LOSE FAT SAFELY • Cnih ll>h.v»lcal Vliror— YouthfulnKxa With Clear Kkln luid Vlva «iuuH K.vr» That Spiirkle With I GlorlouK llralth - Here'« the recipe that banishes iBt niid brings into! blossom all the ; natural nttractivcness that; |BVcry ' woman jxissesscs. Every morning take one-half tea' spoonful of Kruschen Salts in a ' ^lass of hot water before breakfast • i—cut down on" pastry i pnd fatty meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—In 4 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Get a bottle of j Kruschen Salts— - Ihe cost is trifling and it lasts 4 Weeks. If even this first bottle does not convince you this Is the easiest, safest and surest |way to lose fat—^ if you don't feel ia superb Imprbve- inent in health—sf) gloriously energetic—vigorously alive—your money gladly returned. | , But be sure for your health "5* sake that you ask for ind get Kruschen Sf "s.i Get. them !at any drugstore IP xhe worl^, , ' Get This SKID-SAFE PROTECTION on your car Ride, on softer tires, they are «afei bbcause they hug the road with closer grip. ProTB thye principle of low pressure with your hand. Push your knuckles across the table. Theji are hard. They slip . . . (kid. That's hi«h pressure • Now posh your flat palm tbe same way.It's soft. iKrips . . holds.'That'ithe waylow pressure Ceaerals srip the road. S AFE winter driving demand* traction i.. saftness ... low pressure. Imagine the safety ... . the comfort.. .the ease of miad of riding on 10 to 15 tbs. less air with Generals. This winter, don't skid. Come in and leara about our attractive trade in allowance for your old tires aad convenient payment plan on new Generals. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 GEMERAL TOLA, KANSAS INAUGURATES DEAL SomelhinK: new in quality. In ^conomy, and in t^ervice—fcr Spring! Thai's the pledge that The Penney Company makes to lola shoppers!. Here's Ihefrefupp of the "forgotten shopper!" / Here's a store wholly aware of the economic problems. Here'^ a store where the "NEW DEAL" means "honor values" .. ^. a "grand slam" in savings . . . . ari opportunity for YOU to possess the essentials that make for happiness and comfort. Watch Them All Readi for Thxel Grand After. A SHAVE: TERRY TOWELS Fine for the complexion! — .^nd your laundty problem, too! 17" x W. Never have we seen so much fcr so little! Gay pastel borders! SPRING^ Dress Prints That Tempt You to Sew t VALUE SMASH! 39C 'J.C.P.' 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Two breast-pockets I 4. Pencil and match pockn 1 5. DocSfe ply suspenders I 6. Bar tacked and re-inforccd 1 7. Extra deep hip pockets! 8. Wkle. heavy hammer loop 1 BOY'^jSIZES 49G WORK PANTS DARK PATTEENS FANCY SUITING 79c PRISCILLA STYLE CURTAIN^ SETS FAST COLORS 29c MEN'S AND BOYS' SLEEVELESS SWEATERS NEW SPRING COLORS 79c ™ $1.49 LADIES! NEW SPRING SHOES $1.^8 Pure Silk JAP PONGEE AN "ACE" FOE VALUE 19c BOYS' SUIT^ NEW ;SPRING STYLES AND :COLORS—2,PAIR PANTS

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