Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 16, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 16, 1933
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Dr. P. 8. Beattle #di- leave this evening for Wichita jfoi attend the annua] spring meetlni of the Kansas and Oklahoma iaeing c rcuit v/hlch will be held theire tomorrow. SIMMONS BEAmTBEST —Know the value of restful sleefJ. Try the world 's famote Beautyrest Mattress. A. R. Sleepcj^ Pum. Co. W, J, Webb, of Kanjsas City, Mo., and P. H. CarroU, of tola, representative for the Intcrnajtlonal Correspondence schoolj made a business trip, to Chanute yesterday. GET YOUR roof-gutters, spouting, cistern filters, etc., ready- for the spring riains. j SHANNON j& SHANNON Hardware-Tin Shop Phone 29 Mrs. W. T>. Jackson received word today from her sons, Roscoe. and •Roy Jackson, that they and their families, all. of whom live in Los Angeles, Calif., in the earthquake area, were safe. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's DruK i Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. i Mr. and Mrs. George D. Ayer of Omaha, Neb., moved to lola yesterday and are located dt 702 North Kentiicky. Mr. Ayer b a lineman for the Western Union. Telegraph company. ! CALL 404 A For Mill Work. Doors, Windows, Sash and Glass. V/ood- work on Automobiles. iOLA PLANING MILL "If Made of Wood, wte Make It" 404 North Street Word has been received In lola that -Mrsl Mary McOlnnis and family, of Santa. Ana, CaUf., were not injured by the eturthquake although their home was destroyed. Mrs. Mary MdOiimla is a slster-ln-lav of C, A. McOlnnis apd 8. E. McOlnnis. f-Callforhla for Earthqualces; Kansas for Cyclones; Antrim has Wall Paper for every home. 219 N. Jeff. J Miss Grace Wilson has returned ifrom a two-week stay in Springfield, Mo;, where she was the guest of her cousins Mr; and Mrs. Harry Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fort. THE tOLA DAILY KEGISTES. THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 16. 1933. Mr. and Mra. Jesse Gf^ase aind thefr! daughter Mlas' Otedys moved to 711 South Jiefferson today from S17 South Jefferson. —Dr. W. P. HuU, Osteopath and Diaghosticlan. Phone 130. 3. l4c Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinney will •have as their guests for the weekend Mrs. George Anderson, of Predonia. —Mildred Curtis. M.. p. Office and residence over Cook's Phone 1234, Drug Store. today for his Charles Butcher left home m Bartlesvllle, okla., after an over-night visit with h(ls uncle and aunt, Mr._ and Mrs. J. C. Butcher. —ELKS' St. Patrick'^ Day Dance Friday, March 17. Music by Prank Dancer and his band. Thl.s dance open to who have Invitations from Elk.s. Admls-slori Wc. Mr. Cedrlc. Will.son went to Ma .son City, la., today—a ULtfe! jaunt of 500 miles which he expected to make in eight and one-half or hine ihours— to look after some business interests. Incidentally Mr. Willsoib. who is en- i$agcd L'XtensiVfly in the incubator bu.sines.s, reports that jihe demand lor chicks has started in earlier than il.sual thi.s spring and i.<; jgreafer than usual. Ask Your Grocer or Phone 91 for FAIEMONT'S Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese and Buttermilk. Deliveries made any place in the city. Beryl Kemp, en route from the University of Kansas to Coffeyvllle where he will referee a basketball tournament, win stop in lola tonight for a short visit with his father J. B. Kemp. —PLUMBING. Need'Repairs? Let us give estimate. Phone 1175. lola Plumbing Co. Miss Irenej Corr has accepted a position as cashier for the local Fairmont Creamery company ofBce. —Bargains in New Fnmitiire— 8-piece Walnut Veneer Dining^ Room Snite $39.50 4-piece Bedroom Snite $24.50 Terms—^Free Delivery We Trade W. H. ,WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mrs. Earl Sheffer of Elsmore, who underwent an operation for the removal pf her appendix at St. John's hospitail Tuesday morning,, is . reported! to be progressing repidly. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed 35o- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 : One Say Service If! Desired 10!) West street Phone 775 I Mr. C. M. Cortner of Kansas City, was a business Visitor in lola yesterday. His business as supervisor-of insurance agencies, requires him to visit a gi-eat many towrtis in MLs- .sourl and Kansas and he reports that everywhere he goes he finds, since the reopening of the banks following the holiday, a remarkable revival of confidence In the early recovery of business. He says that in Kansas City particularly, the .sentiment is,most optimistic, business men feeling very definitely that the trend. from this time forward will be steadljy upward. While in Tola Mr. Corfner placed an order with The Register job department for the printing of' the fourth edition of "Tools,'' an information book for insurance agents which has attracted wide attention and of which he prints an annual edition. Mrs. Cortner accompanied her husband and they visited their daughters. Misses Helen and Gladys Cortner. Mij. and Mrs. Bruce HiU of Westr Vbaiia visited Tuesday with Mr. HUl'i Bister Mrs. O. L. Reinfeld and her family, ATTEN-nON!! WhUe the readjmtment on your hicome is lielnr iu4e .. .USE YOVft CKSIT IBS Serrlce. Tires, and ruts, SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff,—Pbnne 80 Oscar Johnson, who has been receiving treatment at St. Jdhn'B hospital the past two days, returned today to his home In Savonburg. NEW SHIPMENT —Of Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs and Floor Covering. Cnrtls's. 10 N. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Husted, photographers of Wichita, have leased the rooms formerly occupied by the lola Land company, dVj East Madison, where they wlU open a studio Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Husted have had several years of experience in that line. SELF SERVICE MARKET Frankfurters Mc Kra^, 5c, 6 lbs. for .; 2Sc Veal PatUes 15e Roast Beef, 8e and 7c Hamburger, 8c. 4 lbs. for 25c Steai, 12e and ;...15c Meat Ordeni DeKvered—25c or Mjnre C. C. Hite, manager of the local Fairmont Creamery company plant, went to Parsons and Pittsburg today on business. —Have your Typewriter cleaned and repaired. Williams Typewriter Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lampe of Piqua spent yesterday with Mrs. Lampe's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinney. CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE Cod Liver Oil in bulk, gal., $1.15 Guaranteed Chicle Starters Reasonably priced; R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O. Phone 389 Marjorle and Cella Remsberg, who live west of town, visited yesterday attcrn^n wltli their great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCarty. WINDbvT SHADES —Good quality, choice of colors in standard size, 30c each. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. The revival, meetings at the Church of God. Fourtli and Madison, are being well attended. The Rev. Ezra Hood, pastor of the church, is in charge. Much interest is being shown in the services. The public is invited to attend nightly. REGULAR GASOLINE Tractor— 6'Ac Auto—11.3c Required Tax or Taxes Paid : Others Retail this Quality at 13.6 VINE OIL & GAS CO. : State and Lincoln lola, Kas. VHWAMEBICAM vmsKNomiAS.- THEGQEAT CDMMONSt" ? How MANY STATES IN .THE U.S. AREtARGEBTIMN WOSOUCHTTOEfiftaED WE PHIUPPINE 'SEVB(CITIES OF CiBotA*? ISLANDS? (Answers will lie foimd on page 7) Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Ketchum of Mildred were guests Wednesday of Mrs. Ketchum's sister Mrs. S. E. Me- Ginnis, and Mr. McGlnnls. —A. R. Chamijers, M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Titus of Parsons announce the birth March 4 of. an 8-pound son whom they have named James Martin. Mr. Titus is a son of W. M. Titus of lola. — t NEW HATS in the popular Sailor styles; Black, Beige, Navy, and Black and White combination. Small and large headsize. $L95 and $2.95 THE STYLE SHOP Mrs. A. J. Fulton and her daughter Shirley Arlene will leave Friday for Ottawa where they .will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Matthews. Mi's. Matthews is a daughter of Mrs. Pulton. —An Ideal service chapel at the Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and;Mrs. W. A. Thornton returned Tufesday from Lebanon, Mo., where they attended the fimeral of Mrs. Thornton's brother Charles Pruett. " : "FRANK SEZ": Wc make your Pami Machinery like new 'at much less cost. Try our Comiilete Farm Macliinery ReiMir Service, Frank Law.ver's Repair Shop Blacicsfnithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork 1^ N. WaUiut Phone 119 E. C. ElILs of Yates Center, formerly of lola, was in town today on business. SPECIAL All Ne«t Week The Famous MILK.CHOCOLATE CAKE Made from a Betty Crocker recipe —25c each— For sale at your grocer or IOLA BAKERY 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 • Dr. and Mrs. G. G., Smith and their children Gordon: and Blllle Deane, who have been guests of Mrs. Smith's mother Mrs. Minnie Taylor and her family, went to Colony yesterday for a visit with other relatives before returning to their home in Rexford. It's a pleasure to meet such friehdly mildness... such delightful character! Like die smile of an old friend, the mellow Character of Lucky Strike's fine tobaccos is always welcome ... because in those choice, flavorful tobaccos is a wealth of fragrant, friendly smoking enjoyment. And in every Lucky Strike you have the true pleasure of real mildness... thosechoice tobaccos are "Toasted" ^pure mellow-mildness is assured by that mellowing, piuifying treatment only Lucky Strike gives. Yes, it's for those two reasons, Character and Madne »»-"Luckie8 Please!" ^ecause'lvs toasted'* sir. (fnd Mrs. Axtk Wood wiB leave tomorrow for a week-end 'visit in Tuls^, Okla. Mrs. q. W. Kelly of Colony visited today with her mother-in-law Mrs. A.';W. Kelly. —Silk; Crepe Gowns, Teda and Panties. Special values for Saturday, $1.00. The Style Shop. Mrs. I Margaret Kelly and her daughter Miss Edith of Bartlesvllle, Okla., were week-end guests of Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hair and other relatives. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY & MARKET Minute Biscuit Floiu-, 35c size iSc Dried Pears, extra fancy, lb...25c Peas, No. 2 can, extra faincy. No. 2 sieve, 2 cans' ..........35c FREE DELIVEBY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 The following members of the local Business and Professional Women's club attended, a public relations meeting of the Chanute club last night: Miss Grace Kiriney, Miss Theta Brewer, Miss Alice Miles, and Mrs. Jessie Bell. Mrs. Loretta Selover of Wichita, president of the Kansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, was the speaker. Mrs. £. P..Slack, who has been quite m the past week, is somewhat improved, Mr. Slack said today. —Equipped; to render any service you ihay prefer. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wells and their daughter Miss Josephine moved to 318 South Colborn yesterday from their former I 'esidence 601 East Broadway. —Ladies! For New Spring Hats, see Edwards Millinery, Mrs. R. B. Knock and her son. Prank, • arrived last night from Caney for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Knock. J. P. Knock is a son of Mrs. R. B. Knock. ^ PHOTO I STUDIO OPENING —As an advertrsing offer on Saturday, Monday and Tuesd.iv, we will make one of our $1.00 Photographs for orily lOc. Kodak roUs always developed Free. Husted's Studio, 9!-:' East Madison. ' ^Misses Manetta ana naitie Peterson left Sunday for a visit with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Draper, in Redfleld. Miss Hattle will leave there Saturday night for Fort Scott where she will take nurse's, training course at the Mercy hospital. She has been in trairi- ing the past eight months at the St. John's hospital in lola. Sipecialili for FridajK and Saturdl^y At JUtwin^s FREE! WASH DRESSES AVilh Each Purchase of 2 IJTWIN WASH FROCKS at EACH Wc will jjive you another Dress FREE A large cash purchase enables UUvin's to offer these new spring SILK DRESSES $1.97 (Children's Now Sweater and Taiiii Sets 98c New Silk Dresses in plain colors or prints. New high shades for spring or snmmrr wvar. Sizes 14 to 4G. NEW GOATS $5.95 $9.85 Dressy wool crepes or smart polo types. FuU silk lined. New capes and large sleeves. NEW BLOUSES 98c Light weight, all wool sets trimmed with dainty and novelty hand work. All spring .shade.s. Sizes 2 to 0. SILK HOSE 49c I..ook like !)Se hose. New spring shades in Chiffon or serviee weights. CHILDREN'S i SHOES 98c Solid leather, durable shoef^ in hluck, white and 2-tone. Sizes to 2. SCANTIES 49c Something new with invisible snaps. Silk or Cottons. New novelty styles. To wear now an^ all summer. LADIES' SHOES $1.98 New pigskin.. kid and calf shoes in black, grey, blue, blond and white. Match your new spring fostume. SILK SLIPS 98c New long length .slips, bia.«! cut or shadow proof. Also new gowns, pa- .jamas and dance .set .4. Sizes 14 to 52. KID GLOVES $1.98 Washable, in grey, eggshell and white. Fabric Gloves 29c-19c SPECIALS IN MEN»S DEPARTMENT DRESS PANTS in the latest styles and patterns $1.79 DRESS SHIRTS in tan; blue, green, white and fancy patterns 49c The same in boys' __39e SHIRTS AND SHORTS each 15c WORK SHIRTS Men's and Bovs' each 25c WORK SHOES Men's an^ Bovs', Pair 98c DRESS OXFORDS in many different stvlea $1.98 The same in boys' $1.69 PAMHY OUTHTTERS IT WINS SALEM Mar. 13.—Mr. .and Mrs. I. C. Col* trane aiid Mr. ^ess Huffstetler" ancj Carl reiumed Monday fromi Hart? ville, Mc^., where they were called by the death of their hrother-in-law and uncle, Dr. Latterman, of that place. Mr. and Mis. Ployd Hunter^ of lola spent Tuesday evening at thw parental Lower home. : Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wilson of lola visited Thursday evening at th» I. C. Coltrane home. Miss Evelyn Thomas visited Saturday evening with Miss ELsa CoU trane;- '-^ ; Mr. Pnye Sapplnfleld ' returned! Friday from a ;week'8 visit with relai PAGE THREE tirna iiM^aBsa» Cltr.-lHB-la.uiiher Homer who accompanied him there, remained lor ia longer visit. Mr. andj Mrs. W. R. Colvln and family and! Miss Fern Cox of Richards, Mo., jvislted Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, wade and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Allen, Claremore, Okla, .yialted the first df the week at th( J. C. Coltrane noinc. School meeting will be Held tho last Friday |hi May. TrLstfin di Cnnha, group of Islands brtwten the Cape and South America, one of the lonlicst plac&i on the'glote. Is tahablted by about 130 people. %-reclced sailors. Complete Showing pf— descendants of ahlp- (liiEYS, BLUE, CHAFF. BIEGE, JBLACK AND WHltE $2.9?; ^$4.95 INSIST ON SHOES \ THAT FIT. WE CARRY AAAA TO D AT THESE PRICES ' The LEADER JOIN HANDS WITH PRINTZESS €OATS Such clever necklines . . stunning sleeves . . beautiful fabrics. If they weren't too fine to be associated with the word we'd call them "bargains." Hurry in and see for yourself how they look—how they fit! See Special .Window Display. Of the finest crepey wools. All colors—and black. Sizes for miss, matron, arid the half-size figure. Celebi^ating PRINT­ ZESS' 4pth Anniversary kith Vklu^s that Give ph More for the than you ever hid before! Sec Oui- Special Print- zesf) Display ai $35.00 Coats of Other Makes at $10 75 up. Special Sale df Silk Dresses Wonderful new frocks featuted f)r the weekend at $3.98 $5.k Beautiful rough crepes in plain crepes and printed silkjj—unusual vj^lues prices! i qolors, Jericho at these

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