Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 15, 1933 · Page 2
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PAGE TW(5 - - TteB IQLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY SVENING, MARCH" 16,-1933. lOLA. KANSAS BSi^ Luclnda McDowell is confined to ber bed by Ulhess. —^Use Blue Seal for clogged drain pipes. lola Plumbing Co. Pho. 1175. Mr.'and Mrs. O. W. Winder moved to 616 North Jefferson Tuesday from their former residence 224 South Cottonwood. ^ „^ ,^ ^ .. , • —The price you see in plain fig- Kus. D. M. Shelby, bookkeeper fori ^res. Sleeper Mortuary, the K.' C: Efectric ,and Plumbing compaay; who has been confined to her bed for a week, continues to im- provft slowly AETTO TOPS . lADTO Tnmitare and Antomobile Upholstering Babber Mats HEIGELE'S ttamess and Ante Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 JaW Anderson, of Elsmore, was a ' gtltsfe iSunday of his sister, Mrs. S. A. HiJWBrd and her family. —^We wish to thank all those who • sent jflowers and sympathy at the ' time of our recent bereavement.— ; Hanjr and Catihrien Miller. Noble Trout^lne, who has been visiting his pajrents, Mr. and Mrs. Obria- Troutwirie the past week, rc- ttrnied last nlight to Kansas City : Inhere he is eraiployed. Mrs. Leo Abbott and her children, who have jbeeni visiting Mrs. Abbbtt's parents. Mr. aiid Mrs. J. Q. Blodgett, the past tjvo weeks, returned Sunday evening tp their home in ^Oswego. Mr. Abbott drove here after them Sunday morning. SPRTNO IS HERE Have your Suits, Coats, and Dres-scs Clenncd and Pressed . 3Sc All kinds of repairing and alterations. SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 W. Madison ' Phone 797 CALL 404 For Mill Work. Doors. Windows. Sash and Glass. Woodwork on Automobiles. IOIJA PLANING MILL "If Made of Wood: We Make If 404 North Street Wreck Shows Quake's Fearful Power Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stateler returned S^ihday to their home in Paola after a two-week visit with Mrs. Stateler's [parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wagner, and her brother, H. L. WngtiL-r and his family. Card of Thanks. - WP wish to thank our friends anri neifilibors for their kindness and sympathy shown during the iU- nii.s.s and death of our dear husband !ind fathiir, and for the beautiful ilowcr.'i. ~!KIr.s. Ellzti J. Hoke and iiiiiiUy.. Mr. and Mr.i. C. R. Stunrt enter- liilned Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Ciirson iind tlu'lr .small daughter, Cnlhcrlne, (li Nevada:. Mo., Sunday. Mr. Car- .son i.s the manager of the Scott More in Nevada. Miss Ethel Cotton, of Van Burcn, Ark., has accepted a position with th« Birmingham Fried Pie shop and .began her work there yesterday liioniing. . . RUa BARGAINS! \ —Haavy' grade 9x12 American! Oriental rugs, guaranteed to givej r ^ra long service. Only $27.00. A. R. | Saeeper Furniture Co. | Mr. and and their South Cottonwood Nbrth Walnut. Any .Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -35f- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 103 One Day Service If Desired Mrs. G. L. Nelson and Mrs. H. S. Mrs. Milton Worthington! Parker, of Port Scott, visited Tues- son, Keith, moved to 224 i day with Mrs. Parker's parents, Mr. today from 203 SELF SERVICE GROCERY Seed'Potatoes, Red River Gro^ra Ohios or Cobblers. 100 lbs.. .S1.15 Onion Sets, 3 varieties, qi:.;...,')c Shvbarb Roots, 6 for ........ l.'ic Bananda Plants, Z bnnchcs.. .15c Balk and Pax-kage Garden Seeds Mr. and Mrs. Dean Brougiiton and • their children. : of Bronson, .spent .Sattirday with Mrs. Broughton's sister, Mrs. S. A. Howard and her lani- lly. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Dnie Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. • : Dr. an dMrs. O. L. Garlinghousc ^visited Sunday with theh- daughter, 'Mrs. Spencer Card and her family, in Kansas City. —^Bartains In New Furniture— .8 -piece Walnut Veneer Dln- • inrRoom Suite SSO-.-iO 4-piece Bfedroom Suite .... .S24.50 Terms—Free Delivery We Trade W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 20B S. Jeff.—Phone I'JO Mrs. Mary E. Bell, who ha.s breii a guest of her granddaughter, Mrs. Barl Van Hynlng and her family the ^ past.week, returned yesterday to lier ; home in Ottawa. —Appropriate .sen-ico at price mod- deration. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ewing. of Oherryvale.- were guests Sunday of .Mr. Swing's father, Captain H. A. Ewing, and other relatives. and Mrs. J. B. Moyerl —California for Earthquakes; Kan- .^ias for Cyclones; Antrim has Wall Paper for"every home. 219 N. Jeff. | Mrs. C. A. Robinson has returned to her hcime in Kansas City after ah extended visit with her cousin, Mrs. Phila S. 'Trout and other relatives. GKT YOUR roof-BUiters, spouting, cis- lorn filters, etc.. ready for the spring rains. SHANNON & SHANNON Ilardware-TItt Shop Phone 29 The iiwful power of the eartnquake which shook Southern California Is siiown by the twisieu, Hjintterpd ruin of the Continental Baking Company building In Long Beacli. Twenty men wi if In this building when the quako struck: all but two escaped injury. Mi.ss Esther Kratz arrived Monday from Kansas City for a few days' vl.sit with; her mother, Mrs. L. A. Kratz and her, family. ATTENTION'! While the readjustment on yonr income is bohiir made USE YOUR CREDIT for Service, Tires, and Parts. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 iMi.s.s K(ir>l V. Dugan arrived Tur.sday night from Chanute for a' three-day visit with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. George Dugan. .•^ELF .SERVICE MARKET Vt-al'Patties ... .i 20c Veal Chops IS'c Pork 1,1 ver 6c Ilaniburgor, 4 lbs 25C .Sausaye. 4 lbs 25c 4 Dill Pickles 10c Summ'T Sausage, each ...15c .Meat Orders Delivered—25c or More Mr. and Mrs, W; C. Wright spent Sunday In Morah. the guests ot Mrs. Wright's moth^ Mrs. S. E, Pprk^is. NEW SHIPMENT —Of Gold Seal Congoleiun Rugs and Flooi' Covering. Curtis's, 10 N. Washington. The following lolana went to La- Harpe today to attend a one o'clock luncheon given by the Phllathea class of the First Methodist church^ Mrs. Ralph Stephenson, Mrs. Walter Maudlin, Mrs. H. L. Lacy, and Mrs. W. L. Lewman. EAT MORE TOAST : Bread is your best food. Eat : more Bread for your Health: : Om- Delicioiis and Enner Jee : Bread contains milk, and toasts : perfect. Complete line of Pas: tries Fresh Daily. : Cream Puffs, Reg. price, 30c doz. lOLA BAKERY : 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 Dr. and Mrs. L. F.Schmaus and their children will move to the: Frederick Apt property located, at 601 East Broadway tomorrow from the apartment they now occupy at V-^ North Jefferson. —Have your Typewriter cleaned and repaired. Williams Typewriter Co. • Russell Goes returned Sunday night from a week-end visit with friends-in Kansas City. The Smart Place To Eat So miiet and restful. Such •good food. Daintily prepared. And graciously served. 25c KOZY KOVE in West Street Miss Katherlne Hess spent thd, week-end with Miss Dolores Pry,' who is n student nurse at the Research hospltAl in Kansas City. HOOSIER CABINETS —Genuine Hoosler cabinets, regular $46.0 values for $20.00, 'pearl grey finish only. 'A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. Walter Kinkle of Westphalia underwent a minor operation Sunday night at St. John's hospital. SPECIAL DURING MARCH! Shampoo and Finger Wave, drv _.35c Operators— ! Geraldine Shewell Grayce Ensminger Catherine .*nn Beauty Shop 17': W. Mad. Phone 494 : George Thomas of Kincaid underwent a major operation Monday night at St. John's hospital. : "FRANK SEZ": : We have struck the lowest : point of the depression and are : npw on the upgrade. We are : ready to do your Black.smithinp, : Welding, Machine and Wood: work. Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop : 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 GARDENING NOTES From the City Federation The Proof of Quality- dENUINE PARTS We specialize in Auto Electric, Carburation. Dclco Batteries, Oil Filters, and Keys A. H. DAVIS ELEC. SERVICE • 202 N. Wash.—Phone 1379 Following out-of-town relatives •.verc here to attend the funeral rites Sunday afternoon of William Hoke: Mr.'and Mrs; John Richards, of Greenwich- Mr. and Mrs. Louis • i ParlM, of jKansas City. Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. | Fred Coffield, of Yatos Center, and Mr and Mrs. Jake Hoke, of Chanute. Mr. imd Mrs. Leon R. Thompson. wbO' live in Los Angeles. Calif., are safe according to word received here • Mbnday by. Mr. Thompson's mother. Mnsi George Thomp.««n. Mrs. Leon R. Thompson was formerly Mi&s '. riemice Marr. a sister of George Mttrr. You, Too, Can Be Lovely Pennanents, Lovely Natural : Waves, $1.50 Shampod and Finger Wave. 35c '.IIDDLETON BE.AUTY SHOP N. Side . Square—Phone 6ST KATE BRINGS HER KNITTING Ptfllow Kate's example atld knit a sweater, scarf or socks for the unem- pI<qnBd! Here she is, with Randolph Scott, setting al good example by in- do ^lng in a Httle plain and fancy knitting herself lil a scene from '.'Hello, Esrerybody!" new Paramount! picture, in, which she is starred, coming to fhe Uptown Tl^eaterThureaaly ;':'^";--*T^ r Mrs. Lee Hole of Elsmore entered St. John;s hospital today for treatment. —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. Oscar Johnson of Savonburg un- denx'ent a minor operation this afternoon at St. John's hospital. Ask for FAIRMONT ICE CREAM It's pare, delicious, tasty Made in lola from Allen oouty products Mr. and Mrs, P. G. Lawyer were informed yesterday of the safety of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Thomas, of Bell, Calif., and of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lawyer, of South Pasadena, Calif., in the earthquake area. Mr. Lawyer is a brother of Mrs. Thomas and of George W. I^awyer. SUITS, COAT!;;. DRESSES Cleaned and Pressed 30r—- : Hats Cleaned ?.nd Blocked 40c : Caps Cleaned 20c CUT RA-iTE CLEANERS : Opp. Postolflce Phone 775 Mrs. Myra Mahaffey received word yesterday from her daughter, Mrs. L P. Gpble. that she and her husband, who live in Hollywood, Calif., were safe. Hollywood was not i shaken as severely as were other i cities in the earthquake area. Mrs. iGoble was formerly Miss Beryl j Moyer of loja. REGISTRATION NOTICE. —To the Electors of the City of lola, Kansas:' You are hereby notified that the books for the rieigi^ra- tion of voters will be kept open between the hours of eight o'clock A. M. and ten o'clock P. M. each day. Sunday excepted, from the^fifteenth day of March, to the twenty- fourth 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 Tola, and have lived in the ward thirty days or more and in the State six months or more and have attained tbe 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 November. 1932, and have not registered since, ypu must re-register. If you have moved from the house or street number where you lived whdn you last registered, you must re-register. If ydu have changed your name you must re-register. If you are of foreign birth, you must prejsent your naturalization papers In order-to register. . Any person desiring to register must appear in person at my office in the Ctty KalL wJ- T. E. SHANAHAN. City Clerk. Landscaping enhances the beauty of the home. A house that has no foundation planlijig cannot compare with one that is properly landscaped. Use can be made of plant materials for screening out undesirable views. Trees and shrubs offer the best material for this purpose but both, of course, have to be supplemented with other plant materials. We cannot consider a beautifully landscaped home without thinking iin terms of the lawn, flowers, trees, and shrubs. It is nccessarj' to have a plan worked out in advance. There are several different types of plans and their tise will depend upon the desires of the home owner, as well, as upon certain restrictions due to the •shape of the place or to the presence of undesirable objects which must be screened from the pictiu-e. In general, plantings may be classified as formal or Informal. In the formal style of planting, an attempt is made to have definite proportion in all plantings and make all objects symmetrical and balanced. The informal style has many advantages, and has received more attiention! in recent years than has the formal type. An informal plan 4oes not ^ infer that the plannings are made in a haphazard manner. Very often a pleasing arrangement of plants in the informal style re- q.uires utmost care and thought. •Cet us first consider the lawn. It should consist of a thick mat of gra.ss free from v.-eeds. The area in lawn should be open, especially in the ca.sc of the informal plantings. Nothing is more out of jjlace than tile small flower beds that some- dthes are seen in lawns. An open ojcpanse of lav.n Rives an appear- arice of larscnes.s to the grounds. Mrs. M. H. West of Humboldt cn- i "7 ^" f c> T/,i ,>,v h^,.nn„t f„> »,„ . featltfos of ueccssitv and not of ment laLt evening ' i ^"ty. thai they often ruin an oth- ment last evenmg,. ' erwlse attractive iiomcsiie. Avery serviceable walk can be made of Mr, and Mrs. C.'E. Kietzman had as their guests for the week-end Mr. Kietzman's mother Mrs. Charles Kietzman of Alta Vista, and his i brother A. E. Kietzman of Kansas City. MO.NT .'VIcKINNEY GROCERY & .MARKET Pillsbury's Best Flour. 48 lbs. Sl.lO Glo.ss Starch. 3-lb. pkg. ; 2oc Sardines, packed in mastard or tomato sauce. 15-oz. oval can 10c FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 MAGNIFYING MAKEUP MIRROR FREE ^ With every $1.00 box of Armand's Symphonic Powder. Every woman should have one. Get Yours Now! BROWN'S DRUG STORE Phone 255 Mrs. Earl Chilcote returned home today from St. John's hospital where she underwent an'oi)eratlon two weeks ago. .SEED! SEED! .SEED! Quality Plus Quantity It's time to plant a garden. To buy your seeds here is the surest guarantee of success. BRIGHAM HDW. CO. ; i .'jteppiiig stoiic.s.. By leaving .some : space between the stones and by : ; pliintlni; i^rass in this area, it is : \ possible to tone down the harsh- •'nessof lihe walk. The way that : the walk is laid out will depend en; tirely upon the shape and size of • the area.' Curving walks arc very pleasing, but a larprc curve in a .short walk may look ridiculous. Trees are very important in the landscape, but many homes are too i lieavily planted with trees. For ' .smaller homes, one or two good ' .specimen's of trees are very much more desirable than ten. trees plant; ed with no idea of their proportion : or placing. Excessive nimibers of trees may so shade all of the area that it w^ill not be possible to grow the other i ; types of plants which are so neces- ; • sai-y in any complete landscape plc- — ture. Trees are. of course, essential Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson and : for screening undesirable objects of their children Eileen and Rita Jo ; considerable size. Tliey should not Anne, who have been \isitlng Mrs. 1 be placed !too near the house, since Henderson's parenU Mr. and Mrs.; the shade; promotes dampness,- cuts H. O. Hubbard in lola and with rel- ! cut breezes, and there is danger of atives in Pleasanton since Sunday.' umbs faUing on the-house and do- retumed today to their home in I ing damage. Fort Dodge. Any area, whether it be treated ' formally orl informally, will usually Bank Suspect Bound Over. , best be enclosed with shrubs. Where Parsons. Kas., Mar. 14. (APi—; privacy is desired shrubs of Some Herman Clanton. 34. arrested at his size should be u.sed. By putting father's homo in Vlnita. Okla., to- | {hem at the extremity of the prop-' dav waived preliminarj- hearing and erty, an air of expansiveness is giv- was bound oyer to district coturt In j en. Shrubs are also used, of course, Osv^-cgo justice coiut, on a chargi^ I to screen senice drives and ; for of robbing the Clietopa state ban:-; '• foundation plantings. February' 27. ! In choosing your flowers consid- ^ I oration should be given to plants Thompson Pails. Mont.—Wilbur i that will i provide a succession of Frazinr owes "nis life to his dog. Fra- i flowers throughout the season, zicr. striving unsuccessfuDy to res- ; Vines too often neglected In the .j cue Leo Wolfe after their twat cap- ! landscape plan, are valuable for sized In the Thompson river, and! softening j the lines of the house, lost, consciousness in the icy water' They are Indispensable for covering and went down. 'The dog di-agged I unsightly i objects that cannot be Frasicr ashore, where he was res-', screened with any other type of uscltated. Wolfe drowned. | nlant material. x,sloa I I BUY WISHARD'S' TESTED SEEDS: EVERBLOOMING ROSES 2-year-old field gro^n— \vill_ bloom thiH year. Si.x 2oc one.s or 4 35c one.s or 3 50c one.$ . $1.00 Cheapest and Best Garden Seed We Test All Our Seed. Wishard Hdw. & Seed Company. lOLA. K.^NSAS lols MOBIC Club Elects .' NeW OfBcew At the business meeting of the active members of the Tola Music club yesterday in the home of Mrs. L. W. Simmons the following officers were elected for next year: Mrs. L. W. Simmons, reelected prestdient; Mrs. Bumey Miller, vice-president; Mrs. Charted P.'Scott Jr., secretary; Mrs. W. W. Perham, treasiurer. Plans were made for the limcheon on April 11 at which the K. U, string trio, accompatiied by Miss LuctUe Wagner, will play, and a contralto soloist from K. V. wUl sing. ^ Mrs. Simmons, assisted by Mrs. Frank McCarthy, served refreshments to the members present who were: Mesdames Ed Danfonh, P. E. Waugh, W. W. Perham, John Parkhurst, E. C. waison, John Layle. Bumey Miller, F. L. B. Leavell, Charles F. Scott Jr., D. P. Northrup,. and Miss Gertrude Lellzbach. • • •> IVIrs. McKim Entertains Brid«re Club Mrs. W. R. McKim was hostess to the members of her bridge club and one guest, Mrs. A. R. Enfield, last night. The high score pri^e was won by Mi-s. D. L. Spillman Refre.sh- ments were served. Members present were: Miss Julia Irwin, Mesdames Howard Copening, Lester Kesslnger, Warren Perham. Vernon Duggan, Milton Worthington, and D. L. Spillman. • • • .Momrntfl Musical Program At Kclley Hotel The regular program meeting of the Moments Musical club was held yesterday at 3 p. m. in the Del Rose room of the Kelley hotel. Mrs. W. M. Wells program' chairman for the day presented ft program of pleasing variety. Every number was w-ell chosen and executed with- finish and ability. ^Two. outstanding numbers were piano solos plaj-ed by Miss Evelyn Wayman and Mr. Delbert Frankhn of Moran. Miss Wayman gave a delightful interpretation of "Clair de Lune" by Debussy. Mr. Franklin, a jimior member of the club, merits praise for the technical skill and interpretative ability evident in his playing of VSruhlingrauschen" by Sindlng. He won first place with this selection in preliminary contest and will represent Moran in musical contests in April. Rev. E. D. Snuffer was enthusiastically received in his reading of Vachel Ufidaays "General Booth Entering Iteaven." The reading was accompanied throughout by variations of an old gospel hymn arranged and played by Mr. Lloyd Brown. Refreshments were served to eighty members and guests.• • • Mrs. Snuffer Entertains Fidelis GnUd Mrs. Holland D. Snuffer entertained the Fidelis Guild of the Presbyterian chiri-ch in her home> last night. A picnic supper was served and as little Miss Corrine Snuffer was one year old, the Guild presented her with a birthdajr gift. After the supiper' a business meeting was held, reports, made and officers for the ensuing year were elected. Mrs. Janej Dtinlap was elected president, Missj Lenora Moore, sice president. Miss: Nellie Walters, Secretary, and Miss EUa Travis, treasurer. Mrs. D. P. Northrup, Mrs. Florence McCall and Mrs. J. H. Henderson were reelected patronesses of the Guild. ! Two chapters of the study book, "The Young Revolutionist," were given by Mrs. Dunlap. Three gue^.lMlss Virginia Smith, Mrs. Emerson Kellenberger and Mr, Snuffer were guests, two patronesses Mrs. McCall and Mrs. Northnip, and t?ie following members were present: Mrs. Jane Dunlap, Misses Nellie Walters, Annie Spain, Dorothy Cummings,. Josephine Weith, Mary Remsberg, Elva McCall, Theta Brewer, Ella Travis, Tot Bartels, Lenora; Moore, Dorothy Mellza, Orace Kinkey and Blanche Travis. Kansas City—Mr. and Mrs. Harrild I. Pitts took President Roosevelt literally. "When he addresses the public bv radio he says •friends." The Pitts maUedjthe president and his wife an Invitation to their 5-year-oId son's piano recital. The president's reply came ye.stcrday. .It read: "The president and Mrs. Roasevelt regret their inability to attend the piano recital HBf Harold I. Pitts Jr.. at 8:15 o'clock Monday night, March 20.- 13-PLATE BATTERY $3.^5 RECHARGING—45c IDEAL GARAGE 210 ii. Washington, Phone 174 WE WISH THE NEW UPTOWN THElATER SUCCESS THE ELECTRIC INSTALLATION Olf THE BUILDING WAS DONE BY US We rebuild or make Neo'Sign.s and Repair All Electrical Appliances. ALso have a completejline of Fixtures and Appliances. f ESTIftL\T£S GL.ADLY: GIVEN ON ANY 1^ REPAIR OR ELECTRICAL WIRING JONES ELECTRIC WORKS 6 WEST JACKSON PHONE 192 McDonald's Shoe Department At the Leader Mercantfle Co. Formally Opens Tomorrow T HIS will be g:ood news to the women of Tola and this trade territory—This is a brand iiew stock^Every shoe a new one and every style the latest—no accumulation of old styles to pan off on you. Shoes for every woman's foot and at prices that will amaze you. Our us do it. lack of overhead is what helps styles in profii.Mon. Every imaffinatilo lea'thei- New ^prinff .styles |n. ; ill the season's, most favored materials and colors. They are Paris styles at Scotch orices. This is a brand new store devoted to ,g:5od,:de]^en3able footwear at lower prices—the lowest you eVei --paid. . styles like these in quality shoes at ... . ... $1.95 and ^2.95 Manj- Styles in Arch Type Oxfords. Heel.s high or low to your liking. The finest creations of skilled craftsmen and stylists are now available to you in this store. ; The woman who appreciates the best will meet with delie-ht in bur WILBES COON Shoes. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU IN OUR DEPARTilENT TOMORROW. At

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