Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 16, 1933 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO "'^ THE lOLA DAILY HEGISTEK. THURsmY EVENING, MARCH 16, 1033. lOLA, KANSAS A DREAk OF SPRING Last night within my chamber's gloom Some vague, light breath of Spring Came wandering and whispering And bade mjl sour take wing. A hundred mot nllt miles away The• Chiang drept to sea;O keeper of m; •By Chiang's It lingered but That dream My .soul had heart, i came 'ord to thee. a moments' space, of Spring, and died Yet as my head the pillow pressed found thy side. Oh, Chiang Nah's a hundred miles! Yet in a moment's space I've flown away to Chiang Nan And touched a dreaming face. —Chiiese Poeip. A.D. 7501 Women's Dejnocratfc Club Plans Easter Tea The Tola : Women's Democratic club met Tuesday afternoon and made plans for an Easter tea to hold April 7 at the home of Mrs. J. J. Griffin. 413 South Walnut.. I <'<--> \ Sliss Marmont Hostess to Bridge Club. Mi-ss Blanche Marmont entertained her bridge club last night in her home. The high score prize was won by Miss Beatrice McMurray and second high prize by Miss Margaret Roberts. Refreshments were served to three guests. Miss Bon Kessinger, iirs. jRobert Trombold, Mrs. John K. Layle, and the members present: Misses Isabel Ashford, Lola Weidlein. Margaret Roberts, Beatrice McMurray, ajid Mrs. Joseph Chehaske. Friday add Saiarday Specials From thie lar}ie.4t selecti t'vtT showri at one time. $5.00 cd ^ts, choice $6.75 Coats, choice $12.50 Croats, choice $16.50 Cjoats, choice M GREi\T SA^LE OF COATS pn of ne\y .stvles we have All Our N( , .$2.98 . $5.69 .$9.75 $14.95 OUR DRESS SALE COOTlNUED w S;:].95 Silk Dresses now oil saR' at $2.98 All Shades and Sizes striped Crinkle trope Bcd-spreads ^ Sl.OO Vafues Special <19o 1,000 Yards yard-wide Pnnt in New Palterris, Sdecial 4c lYard. mi Spec Yard s Coats Sewinjr Thread 6c Pepperell 9-4 Sheeting- Bleached 27c Yard Stevens Crash Towding, yard .9c Over .50f» New . Vour MILLINERY Spring Ilais for Selection $1.8$.$3.95 : SliOO Ovoi: TOO New Hnt.s Your Chok-(.-. i 10 Per Cent Discount on All Blouses and Skirts A Valuable Premiud With Each $10.00 Purchase RICHARDSON'S Girl Bcserre Meets for Picnic Supper i The Girl Reserve of the lola high school miet Tuesday evening for A picnic supper and busing noieet- ing with the sponsor, Miss Ethel Howell. All cabinet ineiribers were present and one guest, Mrs. M. E. Howell. • • • ; Degree Staff Team Meets „ With Mrs. Wright The Degree Staff tean^ of the Royal Neighbors met yesterday.with Mrs; E. J. Wright. Mrs. Wright was assisted l>y Mrs: Lulu Conover. A business meeting was followed by a ' short program and a book review was given by Mrs. J. A. Momson. Those present were; Flora Biggs. F. A. Wagner, Anna McElWain, P. C. Class, Laura Hough, J. N. Burnside, J. A. Morrison, Lulu Conover, and E. J. Wright. •:• • Henderson Circle Meets in Memorial Hall Henderson Circle No. 147, Ladies of the G.A.R., met in regular session yestejday afternoon at Memorial hall with Lacey Morrell, president,! in charge. . The scriptiure lesson.was tcund in Romans 5:1 to 12, given by Anna Beard, chaplain. One application for membership was received and relief work to the amount of $28.25 and 23 calls on the sick were reported since the last meeting. One charter member. Miss Mary Donica, was present and gave a nice talk. Fifteen members wei-e present. * • • Zoe Atchison Union Meets With Mrs. Williams The ^oe Atchison Union of the W. C. T. U. met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Williams. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Harlan Taylor, p^-esident,; and devotionals were led by Mrs. Ft-ank Lawyer. Roll call was answered with items on temperance. Reports were given from the department of temperance work in the Sunday, schools and from the committee on' roll call of membership by Williams. Mrs. Taylor announced a special anti-liquor rally to be held Mardi 27, the place of meeting to be announced later. Plans were made for a dinner to be given by this union in the near future. Mrs. R. B. Warner had charge of the program which was devoted to the interests ana benefits of the Union Signal. Comments upon the value of the Union Signal were I made by Mrs. Kate Copper and Mrs. Anna Varner. Misses Enola and Lorraine Greene sang a duet entitled, "Read the Union Signal." A plaj'let entitled "The Union Signal Broadcast" was very cleverly presented by Mrs. J. W. Hudson assisted by Mi-s. G. W. Permimore. Mrs. S. L. Willis, Mrs. Charies Funk, Mrs. C. E. Williams, Mrs. R. H. Coblentz, and Mrs. R. B. Warner. Mrs. J. H. Sowerby closed the meeting with prayer. A dues paying and social hour followed during which the hostess, as- sLsted by a committee composed of Mr.s. Joe Wolf. Mrs. E. N. WfUpM,, NEWS OF LAHARPE Mrs. E. E. Gfttes, Former B«sideai, | Safe in Ocnui Pailc, Calif., After Earthqaake. (Be verly-Mallory,) LAHARPE, Mar. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Knepp entertained the following guests in their home in lola Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McVey, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ensminger and Wllma of Gas. and Lawrence Means. . While on a fishing trip Wednesday Ide Helms had the misfortime of hurting his knee quite badly. Mrs. James Moore and mother, Mrs. Walker, made a business trip to Moran today. Gathryn Lucas was an all night 1 guest of Doris Slate Tuesday night. Mr. Rufus Peters, north of lola, called on his step-mother, Mrs. Hartzog, who is recovering from injuries received when she was run over by a car. Jack Rutherford, Fort Scott, was calling on business friends today. Frank Stevenson and Orville Bucannon made a trip to Kansas City Tuesday night. Mrs. McKeever and daughter] Winifred entertained Sunday in honor of' Mr. McKeever's birthday. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. George Teague and Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. W- S. Teague and Miss Mable Johnson. Miss Dorothy Newton spent Tuesday night with Lenora Miller. News was received here by relatives of Mrs. E. E. Gates, a former j resident of LaHarpe, now living in Ocetui Park, Calif., that she is safe from the earthquake and that no more damage was done to them than broken windows and dishes. Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Mildred,] 1 spent today with her daughter, Mrs. ' Pauline Ensmlnger and sons. Junior | and Ernest Allen. Helen and Clyde Owens left today for Hiatville where they will spend several days visiting relatives. From there Helen will go to Kansas City where she has employment. Mrs. Robert Cunningham and sister, Chanute, called on Mrs. Pauline, Ensmlnger today. Mrs. Vernon Phillips • and son Vernon Jr., and Jimmy Cunningham, who have been visiting here, returned home with them. Mrs. C. T. Harris and Miss Helen Owens made a business trip to Tola today. STAR VALLEY (Lester Helle.) Mar. 13.—Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Truster and children, Thelma, Lois, and Glennis spent Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. Russell Larkey of La­ Harpe. -Prudy Lower spent Saturday evening and Sunday with Mr. and Mi-s. | Mrs. James Frederickson. Mrs. C. KJP^oyd Hunter, lola. Newman. Mrs. D. B. McCan.y. and Mrs. Harlan Taylor, served dainty refreshments to 28 members and guests. The guests, present were Mesdames J. J. GriBBth, H. T. Ashford, M. H. Fleisher, J. W. Gavin, R. H. Coblontz. T. E. Wooster, Maurice Humes, and Virginia Green. Tnpeka—A 1-7 per cent decrease in enmlojTnent and a 1.6 per cent reduction in payrolls for February UK compared with the precedin .1 month was reported yesterday by C. J. Bcckman, state labor commis sioner. Tlie reix)rl. based on data sup- i.Mcd by 1.017 business houses, showed a total of 57,890 men and wom- n workers with wage payments of $1,250,676. I Friday Und Saturday ' w'.. I I. .. L':....i: ..c K'.,... Wt' Launch a .Si/.zlinij Sale of New •I A . just received and y ihe celebrated label, k event is darine;; drastic, and sweeps asi( • y edents, giving you so much more for y 1 that y( Y Sizes! WiHhmore Frocks ^ 77c A score of darntv up-to-the-minute models . . . . 'unpacked. Each one bearing "Wirthmor." This selling aside all prec- our money that you will wani to buy your summer's supply. I Ito 20 and 36 to 52. Every Dress guaranteed tub'fast. A beautiful array of new fabrics. See them in our \yindows tongiht! Tomoi^row and Saturday r Ramsa.y's will hold their greatest .sal.<; of the .sea.';on in fine quality 2pair$l Do not confuse this hose with others that sell anywhere near this price— forithis is a hose that will chjillenge all comparison. All pure silk, first quality. 4,5-gaiigG, full fashioned hosiery in the new spring shades. You'll watit several boxes at this next-to-nothing price. To be had in eithei- chif­ fon'or servite weight. Sizes 8V-J to lOto. Dona Isbell spent Sunday evening with. Hazel Cleaver, southwest of lOla. Mr.; and Mrs. Charles Bair and^] family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Per-' kins spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moss and family- Mrs. Frank Helle spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. C. Moore. I take this way of thanking my relatives, neighbors and friends who came to visit me during my recent illtjess.—Patsy Ann McCoy. Lester Helle spent Sunday afternoon with Ray, Dean, and Max Overman. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kaufman attended the funeral of Charies Murj^iy in Ibla Friday. Mrs. I. B. Wheatley and Miss Elizabeth Pickarts spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Helle. Ray. Dean and Max Overman spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kaufman spent the week-end with their son, Ray Kaufman. lola. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Collins and Frances spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Collins and .spn Sam near Hmnboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Bcatty Ray and seas Harold and Howai-d spent Wednesday in Kansas City. Mike Schmidt of Humboldt is shelling com for J. Paul- Nigh. Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Davis and sons. Earl and Howard, lolai spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ^IcCay and family. Miss Edith Middleton and Murd Allen. lola, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cooper and family. Mrs. Charles Gorden and daughter Mary Elizabeth, lola, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Jesse Nichols. ' Mrs. J. C. Overman and sons, Ray, Dean, and Max spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sicks and family. Prudy Lower spent Saturday afternoon with Miss Betty Barnett, lola. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nichols and daughter Jacqueline, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nichols and daughters, Shirley rteane and Dorothy of Chanute. Mr. and.Mrs. Beatty Ray and sons,' Harold and Howard, were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed, lola. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kaufman and family spent Sunday with Mr. and 11 Mrs. Charles McHenry and family north of lola. Mr. F. X. Willenburg vrill go to Wichita Wednesday where he expects to enter the hospital for observation and treatment. Mr. J. Paul Nigh took a load of sheep to Kansas City Thursday. Miss Elizabeth Pickarts called on Mrs. E. H. Brown Wednesday af ter- nbon. You Can Have ^ a Lovely Skin New. wonderful MEII/>GLO face powder stays on longer, hides tiny lines and wrinkles, prevents large pores. Banishes ugly shine, none of that drawn "pasty" look. Cannot j irritate the most delicate skin because new French prooera makes It the purest face powder known. You will lo\-e the delightful fragrance. Try MELLO-OLO today. 50c and $1.00, tax free.—Brown's Drug Store. Here at Penney's we recognize a definite obligatioii to those wh0 find themselves today with small cash resources. That obligration is to stretch that small cash to the greatest possible extent—to make that small cash buy as many of the necessities and niceties of life as is humanly possible. Thaf s our responsibility—and we're ready to live up to it! There's been no holidfiy here these last few days. We've beeii busier than ever —not alone selling mjerchandise but rearranging and regroliping it sp that we can be of utmost service to the community during tlie present emergency! So come aloi^g!^Here's the refuge of the forgotten shopper!—Herels where small change buys bigger-t!)ian-ever values! STOP! BOYS'CAPS 25c Men's Sizes 19c IMAGINE! I MEN'S PRE-SHRUNK : OVERALLS 69c Smartest of the New Spring Cottons! Dress Prints LARGE 17x17 MEN'S Handkerchiefs 3 10c 5c Yd. Sew now! These tempting fabrics invite you I A wealth of patterns and coloring*—for every tasle— in our.finest-woven cambric I A NEW SHIPMENT WA^H DRESSES VARIETT-STYLR NOW! WOMEN'S Fabric Gloves Special 25c A VALUE SMASH! MEN'S WORK SHOES $1,39 NOW! MEN'S WORK SHIRTS rvi.i. CUT 25c . MEN! ' WORK PANTS FANCY SUITING 79c Course You Must Have One of the 1933 SPRING COATS NEW HIGH NECKS! FULL SLEEVES! SLIM SKIRTS! $4.98 to For Dress or Spori; So difTcr- ent! So fiatterine! So reasonable! Yon must see them yourself to realize the qualitv and .style! FULL FASinONED SILK HOSE 49c NEW SPRING COLORS See These LADlks' Handkerchiefs igc DOZEN RON [)0" DRESS PRINTS BROADCLOTIH FINISH YD. WAIT! ^SEE THESE "CAKPfON" TO #kLs 5c "BIG MAC" WORK SHIRTS A SUPER VALUE 49c NEW SPRING PATTERNS ! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 49c BRAND NEW DftESSES $1.98 to $5.85 stunning fashions! The latest fabrics arid combinations! Rough and flat crepes, new sheers, polkas, plaids, and monotone.s! And what new details! Jabot.s, ascots. new sleeve treatments, and crispy lingerie touches! i lioUSEClEANING? NEW CURTAINS .MEN'S DRESS SOCKS A SUPER VALt^E lOc •MARATpON" HATS FOR MEN $1.98 $2-98 Here they Are . . . and How You Save! Stuart Suits JJTEW! COLONIAL ' BEDSPREADS LARGE SIZE $1.25 Spring I93I—$24.7S SPRING 1932 — Now 11.90 EW AND SAVE PRINTED SILKS 6^ Cumc III and marvel! No nutter how much you oxi»cct m clothes it this price, youVc in for a big surpriic. In Myle, fabrics, tailoring and a doz«, other details tlwrsc suits eclipse the fc«f anywhere at the price! ' SATURDAY SPECIAL! P. & SOAP 10'^t 21c

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