Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 6, 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, March 6, 1933
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IOT,A, KANSAS THE T0T;A DATI.Y RE(^JSTER. MONDAY EVg^G. MARCH 6.1933. PAGE THREE r Gene Brimm of the Pryer grocery Is ciuiie ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs.^R. D. Pry yesterday entertained Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wlnslow of Tbpeka. New Bedroom Suites • —Three-piece suites as low as $19.50.' A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Harry Thompson of Independence was a week-end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs! Lewis Thompson. Mrs. J. A. Shadwick. who has been ! a. guest of her brother-in-law and • sister-in-law Dr. and Mrs. G. W. i Shadwick the past three weeks, re- : turned this morning to her home in , Claremore, Okla. ; Miss Ruth Hoerning of Chanute was a guest Friday of her sister Mrs. C. E. Thomas and her family. —Burmingham Fried Pies, baked .twice daily, sweet buttermilk . crust, 5c each. 221 N. Jefferson. Mrs. B. E. Lawrence and her daiighter Nancy Lee went to Kansas City today for a visit with friends. M. B. Brownfield returned Thursday from Kansas City where he spent a few days on business. Robert Trranbold of Ttspeka speal the week-end with his fanUiy. , W. H. Wood [was In Kansas CTty yesterday on business. —Ijoyalty and co-operation :to those served. Waugh Funeral Home. C. M. Punk spent Sunday tn Mc- Phcrson. over the week-end. Ttv Blue SeaFfor cloeeed drain City visited his pi ^l%R^m^bllsX^^^ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. Mrs. V. T. Bums a/id her children of St. Paul were Saturday of Mrs. Biims's sister Mrs. John Mc- NaUy and her famUy, who live in East Law-n addition. A CHANGE OF MENU 1 EACH DAY COAIPLETE RADIO SERVICE RADIO SERVICE SHOP Verne Northmp, Prop. 103 W. Madison Phone S3 -25c and 35e— Meek's POLLY ANN C.4FE Phone 790 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smock were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ft. O. Barnes, who live near Moran. Mrs. Barnes is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smock. —A Service room that is modem, a family: room that is private. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. arid Mrs. Clarence Smith had as their iguests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Steele of Parsons. Mrs. Steele is a cousin of Mr. Smith. Any I Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pre.sspd Mr. and Mrs. George Dyke of Denver, Colo., who have been visit; i ins Mrs. Dj-kei's brothersL J. D. Ol: i berdiiig and liis family and H- B. Olbcrding and Mrs. Olwrding the past week, left Satiu-day for El Dorado. Regular Meetirig Mohdav Nieht. 8 p. m. Memorial Hall EARL HUNTER, P. C. "Iwrsr; George : Anderson anlved Saturday evening from Fredohia for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Henry, who live east of town, and other friends. -35c- FAIRMONT'S Pavtcurixed Milk "Health in Every Bottle" The flavor U particularly delicious. Cliildren Ask your ^ocer or phone 91 Mrs. Lcna-Parrott arrived Saturday from Fort Scott to be a guest in the homes of her aimts, Mrs. C. O. Bollinger and Mrs. J. R. Stewart. Attention Teachers. —The Register Job Department will now be open during noon hours.and Saturday afternoons. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mundis and their daughter Miss Eleanor of Win- | field visited Saturday with Mr. and j Mrs. L. E. Horvjlle, who live north- ' west of town. Mrs. HorvUle is a sister of Mrs, Mundis. <^.... : NEW PLATE LUNCH For .ISc j : Good, wholesome, well cooked : : food at the lowest possible price .Served any time of day STAR CAFE North Side Square ; ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mr. A. Dougla-ss Gordon, of the Bank of; Neosho Falls, was a visitor in lola today. He reports the peo))le ojf his town and of Woodson coiinty generally, taking the bank holiday good naturedly, with evor>" a.s.surnnc!e that things will come out all rlcht In the end. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Wat.son had as their guest for the week-end their daughter, Miss Floy Watson, who Ls an Instructor In the Fort Scott junior college. —Milford C. Langley stands for Economy and Lower Utility Rates. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Newland and their son Dale Jr.. of ChanutJe. were guestSi Sunday of Mrs. Newland's mother Mrs. Emlie Bates and her family. MONT MeKlNNEY^- GROCERY & MARKET Ready Mixed Biscuit, 35c size for 15c Tr>- Ralstons Wheat Cereal .23c Heinz Chill Sauce, large .25c Fancy Whole Beets, No. 2'v; can. .15c ! Van Carnp's Pork and Beans, I No, 2'j can 10c ! FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mrs. George Gard of Kansas City, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Gard, was reported today by her .sister-in-law. Miss Catherine Gard, to be a little improved following a major operation at St. Margaret's hospital In Kansas City, Kas.. last Wednesday morning. However, her condition is still regarded as extremely Critical. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Corr returned List night from Wichita,where they were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Edward Conklln. artd Mr, Conklin, over the week-end. New Livlnx Room Suites. —Two-piece Jacquard suites. $29.50; two-piece Mohair suites, $31.50. A. R.! Sleeper Furniture Co. ! R. L. Anderson returned Sunday j to his home in Burdick after spend- i Ing the week-end with his brother, Edward Anderson and Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson accompanied him home for a two-week \isit. Miss Naomi McKinney of Chanute spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinney. We sell on a small payment down living room, dining and bedroom furniture. Largest stock in Allen countyj You can save money on every dime yon spend at the W. II. WOOD FINE FURNnXTlE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 32 -PIECE SET New Pattern, Basket Weave Decorated Dinner Ware S4.50 Open Stock SHA>mON HARDWARE Paints—Tin Shop Phone 29 Mrs. Ruth N. Gard andherdaugh- j Mr. ahd Mrs. D.D. Powers and tiers Betty., Helen, and Shirley spent the *reek-erid at Huinboldt as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Crook. Mrs. Crook is a sister of Mrs. Gard. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist, Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. C. N. Wilson returned Sunday evening from" a short visit with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Robert Zim- morman, in Elsmore. Mrs. Wilson, who accompanied: him there, remained for a longer stay. Margaret McGinnis. who has been confined to Her bed the past two weeks because of an infected foot, was able to return to school Thursday. Miss Margaret is a student at the lola junior high school. . FRYER BROS. GROCERY '' Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 4 for ... .25c 1 dozen for 70c Quick Naphtha Soap, 10 ban 20c Flmt Priie Cocoa, pke. 19c Gold Value Pancake Flour, 3'i-lb. bap 14c Puritan Pure Leaf Lard, lb 6c Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Dullnsky and their children, who have been guests of Mrs. Dullnsky's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McPherson, and of Mr. . Dullnsky's sister Mrs. C. L. Tumer . '(md her family, returned Sunday to ' tlieir home in Ponca City, Okla. • —Living Room Suites. Studio ' Couches. Day Beds. PuUup Chairs, i' etc. Terms. Delivery. We trade. i Curtis Furniture; 10 N. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Monnie McGinnis f of Tulsa announce the birth Febru- i • ar>' 23 of a son whom they have " nained Connie Leroy. Mr. McGinnis ! "is a son of W. rf*. McGinnis. pro- prletor of the Kozy Kove. ELECTION NOTICE i ; Tlie following Is ia list of the -names of the persons who have filed i statements of Candidacy, petitions [ and statements of COmmissionershlp for nomination to the respective offices mentioned as such names will appear upon the primary ballots at i .the Primary elect on in the Citv of I 'lola, Kansas, to be held on the 14th I day of March, 1933. ! For Commissioner of Finance and Revenue. J. D. Buchanan O. W. Holmes : C. L. Ho>t Milford C. Langley i R. I. Mather .-^ F. B. Murdoch E. D. Shields ; ! For Members of Board of Education: I J. O. Allen Chas. M. Punk C. C. Hite J. C. Llttrell C. E. Russell R. D. Btephenson i For Treasurer of Board Ednration] ! Jess. C. Benson i i i E. E. Harrison , 1 In witness whereof I j have hercr I unto set my hand and Seal of said l.clty this 4th day of March, 1933. 1 T. E. SHANAHAN. I ISeal] I City Clerkj their daughter of Predonia visited Mrs. Powers's parents, Mr and Mrs. O. W. Masden and other relatives, over the week-end. ; Mrs. W. K. Black returned Friday ;nlght from a week's •visit with. Mr. •and Mrs. Arthiu: Twitchell in Colony. I I —35 and 50''^ off on Special Orders I for Wall Paper at Antrim's, 219 N. j Jefferson. ^ i Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mineslnger of I Winfield were in to^-n Saturday on business. While here they •visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinney and their daughter Miss Elinore visited Sunday;with Miss Pauline McKinney, v.-ho is attending the Emporia te.ichers^ college. Miss Pauline Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McKinney. R. Benjamin return last night to his home in Gamett after a short visit with his son, I. F. Benjamin, and Mrs. Benjamin. Mr^.^enja- mln, who accompanied bim here, remained for a longer stay.' CAR NEEDS FOR WINTER New Skid-Safe Tires. Battery Recharged. New Battery. Radiator Cleaned and Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Tuned. Remove Carbon and Grind Valves. Generator and Starter Checked. Adjust Carburetor, Install a Heater, etc. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.— Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs, Milton Worthlngton had as their guests for the weekend Mrs. EUis Babbit and her children Kenneth and Barbara Jean of Kansas City, Mo.; - Miss Martha Randies of Olathe; Miss Anna Ran­ dies of Kansas City, Kas.; and Le!and Randies, a student at the University of Kansas. Mrs. Worthlng­ ton is a sister of Mrs. Babbit, Miss Martha Randies, and of Lelnnd Randies, and is a niece of Miss ,' Anna Randies. PLEASANT VALLEY (O. E. Berkihlscr.> ; Mar. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. Prank Martin and son and daughter of Mo-; ran, have moved to the Paul Klein farm here, and the j-oung folks hav?; i entered the Spring Branch school. Our people welcome the Martiri family to this district and wish for them success in their new jQome. Mrs. A. E. Skinner who has not been In her usual good health, is thankful for a fine bunch of jflow-^ crs. a gift from the Dlamond^fanri bureau ladles. Mrs. Skinner's many friends are hoping for her speedy recovery. ' ' Uncle Andy Sprihgston and- soft Fred, have rented the Northrup hat; section, recently vacated by HarrJ Yoho. and are moving there. Now Uncle Andy ••will be telUng thisi writer how bad we were when wl' were a kid. Jas. A. Da\is who has not been foeling well is up and going agaiii' good news to his many friends. Mc Davis was a business visitor in lol^ Wednesday. Mrs. Berkihiser and Clarence Abbe were business visitors and vis* iting relatives in lola Monday. Wm. Klotz was trading and attending to business in lola Tuesdlj. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weidm' wt'rS Tola shoppers Monday. ' • Glaus Thohoff and sons are hav- •ins; to haul off and use to fill ditches 100 or more shocks of One kaflj iofider which took just enough of a Eicond gro\\-th before It was cut to po'iwn stock. Mr. Thohoff had five cows sick from eating this fodder, and one is not out of danger! yet. . : This writer called on Floyd Spencer and son Curley, Wednes;- day to watch them put in oais, with a ten ton caterpillar, tandum disc and 14-ft. grain drill and believe me they were sure doing good wor^ and doing it right now. and anytime you think that boy Curlev can't nut that cat., disc and drill any place you can put a four horse team, well Just go and watch him a while. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snider and son Riu^sell visited Saturday evening with Mr. and MTs. Chas. Dragoo. Mrs. Harold Gay was a caller at the Sherwood home Thursday afternoon. The Carlyle township board has John Carter, their overseer.^ and a bunch of men and teams spreading gravel on the low places on the mile of road to the Minckley. Walters, and Ej-ler farms. This is just tem- • porarj' and this fall they will place a coat of gravel on this road. This will give the people from the south an all weather road to the Pleasant Valley church. No excuse for not attending church then. NEW! KM HAIITOSIS , MOUTH-WASH G/ktCU! at HALF the usual price of other quality Antiseptics... I I The last few moments of Herbert Hoover's tenure as president were spent in the company of his succcs-sor, ;j Franklin D. Roosevelt, Here are the thirty-first and thirty-second presidents as they left the Wliite i for the ride to the inauguration ceremonies at the ICapitoL ALLEN CENTER Mar. 1.—Mrs. Carrie Olson and son of Elsmore spent Siinday afternoon at the Axel Petenson h<-me. Mr.iWeith spent Monday with Mr and Mrs. Wood. Friends will be glad to know Mr. Welth Is improved some from his recent' illness. Friends. In the neighborhood received word of the serious illness of Mrs. D. F. Crumrine, El Dorado. She was taken to the hospital and it was feared she would have to have an operation but later word states she is at home again, sUghtly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Turner and family were callers at .the Ed Ladd home near Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, John Page and Willis spent Stmday afternoon at the George Rose home. Mrs. Rose, who has been sick for about three weeks, is Improving slowly. Mrs. Carl Peterson, lola, was a caller at the Axel Peterson home last week. Nearly everyone from this neighborhood attended the farmers union oyster supper at the Odd Fellows hall in LaHarpe Saturday i night. The regular farpiers union will be held Tuesday rilght, March 7. A' program will be given and pie and doughnuts will be the refreshments. Members please bring,for yoiir own families. ; Nadine Roedel is In the Johnson ho.spiial, Chanute, having imder- gone an appendicitis operation Stmday: momlng. Friends hope for her speedy recovery.' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stutevllle i and John Page helped Frank Stani ford's move Tuesday to the Walter Wood farm. Ira Smoot and famlli' will move to the Ramsey plaCe. Mrs. George Johnson and Clarlne entertained the A. C. C. all day Thursday. Quilting and sewing carpet rags was the work done for the hostess. Members present were Mrs. Carl Wiklimd and Jimlor, Mrs. Harold Remsberg and Beth, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. George Crowell, Mrs. Lawrence Crowell, Mrs. Pearman, Mrs. Roedel, Maxine and Nadine. Mrs. Geer, Mrs, Niemeyer, Pearl, Martha and Irene, Mrs. Marple and children. Guests were Mrs. E. W. Rogers, Mis. Aten and Wilbur, Mrs. i Rogers and Mrs. Wlklund and bsrby. Next meeting March 9 with Mrs. Wlklund. Rol^ call, "A Friendship ; ^ [Letter." I ^ TRIAL SIZE (A 2S.VAIUE) 10^ Y OUR CIlECK wUl be accept W for mer- ehandise, aif o tor credit oh your GLOBE CLOTHING CO. BUSINESS AS USUAL Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 35c : SPQTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797. 111. W. Mad. i C. R. Morau Mr. C. E. Williams, local representative of the Kansas Farm Bureau Insurance Department, has sent out a circular letter annoimc- ing that a meeting of those holding policies in the Farm Mutual Insurance Company will be held at the Kelley hotel at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening, March 8. Mrs. W. A. Davis returned Saturday evening from " Coffej-ville where she -visited her granddaughters <Mlsses Llla, Dorothy Lee, and Allene Clark for a few days. While there she attended a party given in honor of the birthday of Miss Dorothy Lee Clark. SELF SER \aCE GROCERY WE ARE GRATEFUL The recent national banking crisis came as a shock to everyone. We are very eratefol to our many customers for the spirit shown in accepting our store credits for balance on checks or . produce bronsht to us in excess of their purchases. Everyone was so nice in jAudng confidence in our report on the condition.s. Not one complaint was raised about our settlement. Our varied lines enable US to fill many of your wants. Namely any kind of feeds, stock salt, oyster shells, seed potatoes, garden seed, and any- tfainr Ip erocerles or fresh fruits and veretfiUes. i R. P. Townsend returned ;last n .ight to his home In CoffeyvlUe after a week-end i visit with his- father-ta-law and mother-Ui-law Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stack. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. i Lester Lee. Mrs. Townsend, who accompanied him here, remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Townsend is a sister of MIS. Bishop and Sirs. Lee, SOUTH LONE ELM Mar. 2.—A. B. Sarver is seriously ill. He has complications following the flu., A. E. DePoe Is some improved at this time. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bracewell and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Sprague called at the L. V. Stout home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stout and: son Harold arrived here from New- ; ton Wednesday. They expect to make • I their home on their farm In the I future. j i Mr. and Mrs.. Nelson Carrier and j 1 daughter Irene spent Sunday at the : ! L. C. Klooz home. Carl Klooz ; of | I Lawrence was an afternoon caller.'. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stout and Mr. ! and Mrs. Henry Reeve and children! called at the Sam Whittington home ' Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Booth arid son Russell Lee have moved to Mil- [ dred. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Decker! and baby have moved in with Jess I [Booth and Herman; i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hewlett and j son Francis went to' Lawrence Mon- i day to attend the fimeral of Mrs. j Hewlett's father, Alfred Carpenter. | We extend sympathy to Mrs. Hew- • lett In the loss of her father. 1 The farmers In this community; have been busy sowing' oats and: sweet clover. ' Mrs. Bemiece Kulp and Joan; spent Wednesday with her sister.- Mrs. Bertha Poster. i Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Banta were business callers at the R. P. Sprague home Tuesday. Mrs. Ina Nichols spent Wednesday ait the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. DeJPoe. Sunday evening callers at the R. P. Sprague home were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Carrier and daughter Irehe. and Keimeth Peery.- the part Turkish Tobaccos play in making Chesterfields Taste Better S MOKERS notice a certaiii "touch" in Chesterfields that comestrom having just enough Turkish tobacco in them ... a spicy^ aromatic flavor that's much the same to a cigarette as seasoning is to food. For only by blending and cross- blending the right aipounts of mild Domestic tobaccos with] the right amount of Turkish can we get the flavor and aroma that Chesterfield smoker^ enjoy. Next time, ask for "The Qgarette that Satisfies"... you'll get Chesterfields, with Milder, Better Taste. M «tlMrslt» rednee yoar fantUy «*C<»ld8-T«s,** S«Uow Plaa f9r batter Cratrol-cl-CoMib TopREVENT mawy .Cold* Col Sooner ® 1933, LiccETT & Mrm TOBACCO CO, iielc THEY'RE MILDER THEY TASTE BETTER

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