Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 17, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 17, 1933
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THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 17. 19.?3. PAGE THREE 4 D. Smock was In Fort Scott yesterday on business. ' -}-Dr. John L. Parkhurst. Dentist, X-ray diagnosis. Mlttelbach Bldg. Phone 303. i " . Walter Hinkle, who underwent a minor operation about Ave dayi ago at St. John's hospital, returned to her home in Westphalia thi^ noon. CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE : : Cod Liver Oil in bulk. gal.. $1.15 : Guaranteed Chick Starters ; Reasonably Priced ' : : R.C.SrcKINN'EV FEED STORE : I Opp. P. O. Phone 389 A.; L. Hatfield, trainmaster for the Sanla Fe at Emporia, was in town ThU|^ay on, business. •—(New Low Price on Plumbing Pixtbres. lola 'Plumbing Co. Ph. 1175. Barbara Lee Northrup. Larrj' Simmons, Nancy Koperski, and Nannie Jean Powell, are ill with the thicken jwx. SELF SERVICE MARKET Beoir to Boil 5c Sausage. 100'; pure. 4 lbs 25c rHamburger, 4 lbs. 25c "Cheese. Longhorn. lb. : 12Uc Roundsteak. Sirloin. 2 lbs 25c Dill Pickles, 4 for 10c Kraut .5c Mm. Roy Swanson'returned last night from a tjwo-day visit with Miss Helen Logan in Wichita. —Our reputation is your assurance. Sleeper ^^ortuary. Mrs. Lillian West underwent a minor operation today at St. John's hospital. i A DELICIOUS TREAT Serve Fairmont Ice Cream to delight yoimg and old. Many .Flavors. Order from your FAlRMdNT DEALER Boyd Morris, en route from his home in Wellington to Kansas City, stopped In loja last evening for an over-night visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodin. —Lavender Shaving Cream and regular package Probak Blades, both for 49c. Cook's. Mrs. Frank W. Taylor and her son Frank William Jr.. returned last night from Bayard where they have spent the two days with Mrs. Taylor's mother Mrs, E. B. Stafford. Radios, Washing IVIachines, Tubes, Batteries and Service R.ADIO SERVICE SHOP 109 West Madkon Phone^ 33 Miss Mary • Metzinger will arrive , _ Saturday from St. Joseph. Mo., for, y^^. j .p. Bidwell, who a week-end visit with her mother ; ^.^.^ ^^^^ Lo^e Elm. were guests last 1 •>lrs. ^Catherine Metzmger and her .^^.^^^ of their daughter Mrs. family Clarr-nce Warren, and Mr. Warren. ! . , WINDOW SHADES —The W. H. Wood Furniture!store \ —Good quality, choice of colors in , made deliveries in Moran. Branson, i .stand4rd size.-39c each. A. R. Sleep- and Kincaid todav. ' f-r Furniture Co. — ' — Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McSwain ^ Mrs.i \3sited! Dumont Sickly of Moran have as their guests for the week- yesterday with her mother; end their sister-in-law. Mrs. Re>: Frank VoUratta, who has been ill for several weeks, is able to be out again. —Undivided attention to Funeral Service. Waugh Funeral Home. I Miss EveljTi Breckenrldge, Mrs. Mercedes Jack, and Bob Mayberry will arrive Saturday from Wichita to be week-end guests of Miss Breck- enrldge's mother Mrs. T. S. Breckenridge and her family. —California for Earthquakes; Kansas for Cyclones; Antrim has Wall Paper for every home. 219 N. Jeff. Mrs. C. A. Bearing of Ottawa was a guest Tuesday of her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Klein and her family. Any Snit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 ! : One Day Service If Desired : Maurice Hungerford, who formerly operated a cigar store at 117 West street in lola, was seriously Injured during the earthquake at his home In Bellflower, Calif., according to word received here today. NcflCE! —Beginning ; Monday I will be back in my shop again at 112 West Madison.—Jess Howard. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crotch|tt returned today to their home in Pittsburg after spending a few days In lola on business. While here they were guests of their daughter Mrs. Russell Major, and Mr. Major. MODERN GARAGE Completely Equipped General Repair Oilinr and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Miss Fern Klein will arrive tonight from Ottawa to %Tsit her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Klein over the week-end. HOOVER TAKES A STROLL AT DAWN. Vp with the birds, former president Herbert Hoover is shown enjoying an early morning stroll on Park Avenue during his stay in New York before departing for his home in CaUfomia. NEWS OF COLONY Mr*. Clyde Hamilton Entertains | Younger Set CInb at Her Home Wednesday Afternoon. I COLONY, Kas., Mar. 17.— The funeral of Charles E. Kent, aged 81, was held in the M. E. church at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. Jesse Hibbs of Center- vllle. asdsted )3y the Hev. Hammer, conducting the services. "Abide With Me," "In the Sweet By and By." and "ShaU We Gather at, the Biver," were sung by the quartette, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brooks, Ralph Jones, and Mrs. M. M. Brown. C. E. Seger, A. V. Scott, Edward Hun- zick^r, O. R. Stillwell, O. F. Goodell. and H. R. Rhodes were the pall bearers and Interment was in the Colony cemetery. Mr. Kent lived In Colony for many years and then inoved to Chanute in June. 1932. where he passed away on Monday, March 13, 1933. The following relatives attended the funeral: His wife. Mrs. Kent; his son, Ralph Kent, and family of Humboldt; a daughter, Mrs. George Mathls, and Mr. Mathls of Chanute; a grandson. Glen Kent and Mrs. Kent of Chanute; a grandson, Robert Kent of Lawrence; a son, C. L. Kent and family of Colony; a son. John Kent and family of Emporia; Lee Kent and his mother, of Macon. Mo. Mr. Kent was well-known and well liked In Colony and his many friends sympathize with his widow and family during their time of bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lineback and family. Garnett, attended the funeral of Mr. C. E. Kent. Wednes- WHOWROrtTHSSONG? (Answers will tie found on Page 5) ODENSE Mrs. Zora Cox. McSwain and her daugliter Rexine •• of Osage City who arrived this aft• ernoon. LIBERTY i , (Florent J. Heiman.) { Mar. 13.—Pauline and Frances j Mar. 13.—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wil-• Kav.kinson spent Friday afternoon ; son and family spent Sunday at the I ^^-th Virginia Lee Johnson and Dix; parental A. L. Townsend home. | jnp McPheeters. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Setter and daugh- ' SPECIAL All Next Week The; Famous MkLK CHOCOL.ATE CAKE Maqe from a Betty Crocker recipe —25c each— Ftor sale at your grocer or lOLA BAKERY 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 Mrs{ Ray Frederick, who has been reecivins medical , treatment the SIM»IONS BEAUTYREST . , ^ , , „ .„„ —Know the value of restful sleep.! ter Rosemary of lola spent Sunday Try the world's famous Beautyrest: at the William Heiman_honie. Mattress. A. R. Sleeper Fum. Co. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and \!rr. Charles Ilawkmson and fam- CALL 404 Mr. and Mrs i Council Grove . , Elmer Wilson spent Friday night j — and Saturday at the home of his; •• r-^ xr«-j. j r rs. Ralph Henderson of itousins\ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Collins/'..}^'^;J''^^J^^.^^^^ i-e are guests of Mre. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Townsend of ;^•''^"f Z'^K^' For Mill Work. Doors. Win- : j Henderson's parents Mr. and Mrs!' coffev\-ille spent Sunday at the Kav'.!^,"^- ^'^s- Jo^^'ison and fam- dows. Sash and Glass. Woodwork on Automobiles. lOLA PL.ANING MILL •If Made of Wood. We Make It" 404 North Street' The sunshiny daj-s the early part 1 I J. E. Kaufman. past v^'cek at St. John's hospital, re- of this week brought the first spring ! : turned this afternoon to her home influ .K of golfersto the lola co'ontry ' ' in HumboldtJ \ ; club links. Among them. Earl - i . — ' Knock, a comparative newcomer at • —ELKS' St. Patrick's Day Dance .the game, astonished his friends Friday. March 17 Music by Frank: ,f.s ^-^n as himself) by shooting 553 pancer and his band. This dance, 3.5 535 ^^r a total of 37, even par. .1 pen to those who have invitations _ . trom Elks. Admission 75c. , ^ ^ La^y Hentist. Office ^T,. „^/i T f rL»«iomir. „Hn'0^'e'' Brown's Drug Store. X-ray ^ Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Benjamin will equipped. Phone 149. have as their cruests for the week ^ > ^ ^ -_ have as their guests end Misses Faye and Esther Howley of Ga:mett who will arrive this evening. ! JUST RECEIVED • A shipment of Gold Seal Con' ffoleum RuE^. Attractive patterns at—S5.75 We Carin Be Undersold'. W. \\. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Wash. Phone 190 SUITS, COATS, DRESSES Or Any Garment Cleaned and Pressed 30o-— Hats Cleaned and Blocked—10c WABDWAY CLEANERS (Formerly Cut Rate Cleaners! j Slack. ! Townsend home. • Hoi-ard Cloud spent Saturday : night with his grandparents. P. S. ; ; Heath's. ;-| Hubert Stroggins and Mrs. Chas. ily. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Johnson and frmily spent Thursday evening witii Mr. and Mrs. August Ericson and dauL'htcr. ': 109 West St. Pho. 773. Opp. P.O.!:; Mr. Ray Townsend. Mrs. W. V. : Saturday' to see Mr. Peck. They report him improved and ne re- Mrs. C. A. Reid and her infant son Robert Phillip returned homle this afternoon from St. John's hospital. wVllon and ^on Nate "sp^nt Thurs-' | "••f'^^f 'nthe city for further medi- day at the J. M. Collins home. 1 ,r '^.^ll „„ . ^• Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cloud and} l'';^l^%^±?^°^,,tv^ children, and Mr. and Mrs. john "^-^^^ ^-lil^ Kubv Wittsoh Hiiihr^nt ^nri HnnaiH ..;n,»nt Snndav I S'lnday caUcrs were: Mr. and Mrs. Vi'-'ian Johnson, Conrad apd Car- Hillbrant and Donald spent Sunday at P. S. Heaih's. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Wilson spent I roll at the Ed Baker home; Mr. day, and visited Mrs. Llneback's^: parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 'V. Scott, and family. » Miss Fern Scott spent the first of the week in Chanute. Dorothy Frances Miller. Welda. i.s .•spending this week end at the home of her grandmother. Mrs. Clara Holzapfel, and with other relatives. Herman Scott is visiting his sister, Mrs. Charles Lineback and family in Garnett. L. E. Conger. Yates Center, was a visitor In Colony a short time. Thitfsday, while en route to Kansas City. The following business men .enjoyed a steak fry at the home Dr. R. D. PuUiam, Wednesday night: O. F. Goodell, Otto Humbert, W. I. Thompson. Ray Johnson. Wade R. Henderson, Mrs. Florence Jackson, and the hostess. The next meethig will be with Mrs. J. H. Hill on Wednesday, March 29. , Mrs. Ida Brestal spenti the week- etid with relatives In Burlington. A. L. Middleton. Kansas City. Mo., spent Wednesday and Thursday in Colony on business connected with the Missouri Pacific railroad corti- pany. George B. Magur, Kansas City, was a business \1sitor In Colony yesterday. E. W. Lloyd. Topeka. was in Colony Wednesday on business with Dr. C. W. Jackson in regards to saddle horses. A. G. C. Matters and A. L. Wil:y were business visitors In lola yesterday. Archie Smith. lola. was a Colony visitor Wednesday. Jack' Johnson is painting the house owned by Gus^e Wilson. Ed Anthony, Westphalia, was in Colony on business Wednesday. Dr. Richard B: Chtastenson. department veterinarian from the livestock sanitary commissioners office- in Topeka, was In Colony this weei: conducting examinations pertaining to matters connected with his office. Dr. Christenson also took Dr. C. V.'. Jackson with him to Harris to investigate a herd of catlie. BAYARD Mar. 14.—Those called home by Mosing. John Hamilton. E. B. Key- 1^^^ unexpected death the^evening of nolds. J. R. Newlon, Roy Barron. I ^^'"'^^ ^ °^ ^' ^- Caldwell were: —Lavender Shaving Cream and I o.-nriov Mr ' nnH Mr>: Tom f-^J Howerton and Ruby at .<T „l =,r nnr -W ^TO PrAhnV hntV, ! ^l-ndaj VMth Mr. and Mis. TOm,^^^ j^^.^^ gj^j Mr^ today sate, . Lewis Rowland received word that her sister. Mrs. Wilfred De Have, and her family of South- Calif., are safe. -- —lindlcs! For New Spring Hats, ^pe Edwards MllUnory. Mr. and Mrs. Don P. Hawthorne flf Kftrtsns City were gue.sls Tliura- itay liftcrnoon and evening of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. D. Smock. GET YOUR ^of-Kutters. spouting, cis- ttrn filters, etc., ready for the spring rains. SHANNON & SHANNON Hardware-Tin Shop ! Phone 29 Francis Sanger, who has been at' tending the lola junior college this: I winter, left Monday for his home ^ in CoUins^-ille. Okla.; where he has \ a position. i .McKINNEY CROC. & KLARKET Rhubarb, Cucumbers, Celery, Radishes, Green Onions, Fresh Spinach, Cauliflower, Head Lettuce, Fancy Green Beans, Leaf Lettuce, Carrots, Parsnips, Sweet Potatoes, Turnips, Apples, Grapefruit, Bananas. Oranges. 110 S. Washington Phone 173 Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Russell, and C. E. Jr., went to Hutchinson this afternoon for a week-end visit with Mrs. Russell's folks. —Fine shrubbery, perennial, nnd berry pinntis, rhuborb, asparagus, evcrythihg that will grow, Cheop at J. M. Warford Nursery. 103 North Fourth, lola, Kas. Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn Freeman nrjfl their son Jerry will arrive this evening from Parsons to attend the lola junior: college play. "Mignonette" tonight. Mr. Freeman's sister. Miss Mary Mosher, has the loading part In the play. Wray Jukes, traveling freight and passenger agent : for' the Missouri Mrs. Averv- Wilmoth and her son Gene of Carivle. were guests Wed-! Pacific of Wichita, was in tbwn ycs- ;nesday of Mrs. Wilmoth's sister ! tcrday on business. •MLss jciara Houlton. | — YfOu, Too, Can Be Loyely regular package Probak Blades, both for 49c. Cook's. Mr&. Nettie Gee. who suffered a paralytic stroke Sunday at her home, is reported to be slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McKamin and their daughters Carolj-n Mc­ Kamin and Mrs. Robert Trout left today for a visit with Mrs. McKaij- nln's sister Mrs. C. G. Brummett, and Mr. Brummett. In Butler, M9. They will later go to Liberty. Mti., Kansas City, and Lawrence to lie guests of other relatives. | Dance! Dance! Danre! M, W. A. HALL Saturday, March 18 Music by The Rh.vthm Rolllrkeni Admission 50c Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Vaughn returned yesterday afternoon from Topeka where Mr. Vaughn has been i LjTich of south of Piqua. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and : P=»'^ ^'"•'^J^'i/' Ruby. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson 1 : and Mr and Mis. C. II. Ca- and sons. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Col- tion and^dai.ghter at the A. B. De- lins and sons, and Mr. and urs:\^^''^'-\^°^'^-. Rav Townsend spent Saturday eve-, J^^'l''^''-^ Haxvkmson returned fron: ning jat the W. V. Wilson home. | O.-c ahcma week-. His sister is Mri. FlDvd Murphy and Mrs. Paul -'njprovcd at this TVTI ting . Shibbom of Wichita called at the! The L. C- club had an all day W. V. Wilson home Saturday mom- i m«;tsng with Mrs. Joe Laughlln ing. Thev attended the Murphy f u- | Tluirsday Eight members attended neral at "lola i '"'"^ P .uilted. Mrs. George Wilson and Ruby ! "The Eskridge children entertained spent Wednesday at LeRoy visiting l^^'^^ Gladj-s Nelson at supper Wed- wilh Mr. and Mrs. Art Townsend., "'enlng. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Wilson, Mr ' and Mrs. Joe Laughiin and and Mrs. Ray Townsend. nnd Mr. | M^''. f'^d Mrs. Kenneth Swanscu Rnv Wilson nnd sons .suflnt Wedncs- ' Practiced at the C. H. Cat.on hom*- Ray Wilson nnd sons spent Wednesday evening at George Wilson's. Margaret. Leonard. Florent. Eugene, and Mary Heiman visltciH Sunday at the H. B. Bruggcmnn homo south of Plqun. Mr. and Mrs. Art Town.send nnd daughter spent Sunday nt George Wilson'.-). Miss Ruby Wilson rc- I Thursday rvening for the next community ptogrnm, Marcii 17. PRAIRIE UNION 15.—Mr. and Mi 's. Prank Ch .-tr.lXTs, Jean and Betty, and Lol.s, Wllna nnd Allen Heinrtck tiirned homc'with them forTwcek 's .S)onlSimday evening at Dunlap^ visit , N. T. Sirickler nnd family, F. A. Mr. Rav Wilson and .sons. Mr. nnd "''irick nnd family .spent Sunday Mrs. W. V. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. ' '•^"'i Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Hester and receiving treatment the past week George Wilson nnd Ruby, and Ho-; i'-miiy of Colony. at the Santa Fe hospital. On the way home they stopped in Emporia for a short visit with Mrs. Vaughn's brother Harlan DiUe, and Mrs. Dille. Permanents. Lovely Naltural Waves, $1.50 Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Honn and SOUTH LONE ELM Mar. 15.—Mr. Hewelett met with a verj' painful accident Wednesday , evening as he was on his way to his ,; son's- home, as he turned his horse : I onto the gravel road the horse fell, i lia'm Heiman home, j throwing Mr. Hewelett on his right shoulder. He received many bad bad bruises and a dislocated shoulder. He is still in a very painful condition. Mr. and Mrs. LIOJTI Wilson and son Oral called at the George Lord home Si^nday evening, Sl.OO PHOTOS FOB 10c . ^7 -Studio opening Saturday. Mon- \ • day and Tuesday at O'L- East Madi- 1 "son. On these da.vs only w'e will 1 ^ v-.^.., v— , ,o!;rtake a $1.00 Portrait for only 25c. : Shampoo and Finger Wave. 35c • Kodak rolls always developed Free.! : i Husted's Studio. [• MIDDLETON BEAUTY SHOP :— ' : N. Side Square-^Phone 637 JUST ARRH-ED .—Dining Room Suites. Bedroom r Suites. Gas Ranges, etc—new. different, and low in price. We trade, i their son Eldon, who have been here ; Curtiis' Furniture. 10 N. Wash. tlie past few days on business, re. rr^~ . turned today to their home In , Mrs. A. M, Thoroman will return pjttsburg. While in loJa they were ..Sunday from a ten-day visit with i g^psts of Mrs Honn's Barents Mr - , :her mother Mrs. S. L^ Jones who is : Mi^. F. B. Gorden."^ ' ' r ^VnTno^f '^''^ i ten members present and one guest. -Ill at; her hpme in Sentinel. Okla..' _ |L- v. Stout nome. jw MnnriP Minirh TV,O „,„wto,^ : and with her daughter Mrs. Willard ', REGISTRATION NOTICE. ' 'T^'^-'' '"^''^ ^'"^ ' coSi ^ed of reading of ^cripti^b^ Slocum and her family m Wichita., -To the Electors of the City of L^rd Monaay Vansaut; club song- roll call•Superintendent Thoroman will go i lola. Kansas: You are hereby noti- Nad^ne and Elvin Foster spent humorous stories club iPvocatfon •to Wichita Saturday to bring-her' fied that the books for the reglstra- Sunday afternoon with Ruth and stones, club invocation. mer Cox .spent Tuesday evening at and Mrs. Charles Martin, the Ray Townsend home Francr-s and Marie sjjeht Monday WiUiam Heiman, Gene Fisk, and '-venine v^ith Harr>- Dunlap and "Cap" Draper helped move a house family. from Piqua to the Cramley farm ^ ^^r- C. Heinlein, Maiy. Mr. and for H O. Haves Tuesday ^'rs. Fred Helnlein spent Sunday Charies Ha'rris, the asses.sor, has v ith Mr. and Mis. John Tipple and been canvassing the neighborhood ; family. this week. " Mr. and Mrs. F. A. HeiTlck. Dixie, Miss Mildred Preston spent Fri- : I -a- -June, and Mi-, and Mrs. N. T. day night and Saturday at the Wil- Strickler spent Sunday evening with K. F. Skinner and family of ,Iola. Miss Dorothea McDown returned hn.Te with thrm for a short \-isU. Mr. and .Mrs! John Lantz .and afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stout and ifiss GLENDALE Mar. 14.—Ruth Hosley spent last f.i ^jiv soent Simday at tiTe" p^^^^^ week-end at home, returning Mon- Lantz home day jnorning ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hcndrix. Ed ^Aff.^and Mre. V^ W. Heath took ^lovd Javaux spent Wednes- Mrs. Maud Minich to lola Friday ^.^^j^ ^r. and Mrs. Har;-y Dunlap and Mable Irene. " Harry Kinjsley spent Sunday evening with bwight Howara. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tlppit and chii- drpn spent Monday at C. Heinlein's. Miss Dorothea McDown. Davidsoi. Okla.. is .spending a few days with hor cousin, Miss Nola Strickler. Sunday afternoon callers at Har- — -r..^ „ where slie will \Tsit other relatives. MX and Mrs Hai-rj-Foster called ^.^^j^^^ Sunday at the at the Andy Saner home Sundav ^. p p^j^ j^^^^ Banner club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Vansaut. with homb by motor car. ': S-P-E-C-I-Ai-L-S I Tonight and Saturday! : Cqty —Face Powder and Per: ^ume ... i 98c , : Armand's Powder and Hand : .Mirror . .| Sl.OO ; lb. Theatrical Cold Cream and Facial Tl.ssues, both . .49e Rjibbing Alcohol, pint ^. 29c 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. i If you have never registered In 'the City of lola. and have lived in i the ward thirty days or more and : in the State six months or more and have attained the age of twenty- : Mrfuirfaint ' 49e : one'years, iyou n)ust register before : l(io AsplrinfTablets.5 gr,.,.49c If 5Qc Ordortles and 50c White Pine Cough Syrupj both for 50c 1 lb. Peppermint Pntties ...39o '25C Jig Saw Puzzle*. New.'. .19c I" i » COOK'S Idai^ Mrs. MjTtle Cole returned Mon- evening to her hbme in Kansas City after a few days* visit with her : parents, Mr. and Mrsl R. J. Hulbeirt; Her daughter Carol Cole, who ic- coiipanled Ijier here, remained for ; a,jPM!«-ylfi)iU-. : . i General election In November. 1932. nnd have not registered since, you must re-register. If you hav^ moved from the house or street number where you lived when you last registered, you must re-register. ' . If you Ijave changed your name you must re-reglster. If you arc of foreign birth, you must present your naturalization papers In prder to register. Any perjson desiring to register must appear In person at my office hi the City Hall. i T. E. SHANAHAN. A. I City Clerk. Jimmle Reeve. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred De Poe are enjojing a visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starr and daughter, of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Sprague B3II- . .„ . ,, , J . I rv Dunlaps were Mr. and Mrs. « l^^r--- ^r^^' I Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. K. Her People, by Mrs. Edith Hosley. , „ n-ummrnd of lola Rci^s '^ll%r ;^^?v 'r ^' i M^'r^astricl^cf called ,at the ^^n^^%Zt ''^m^'^'^ ^^Tl ^^i' A". W Paine and Avery Wilmoth ed;Sun^^^moononM^-seo^^ from N. T. rj'-i^T^o^'^^-SH^T ^^^:^l^^j!f?^J°L^ '''^^Vr^^^er who has been Mr. ' Sunday v.-itn Mr. ana Mrs. u. u-; Vansaut which are close together. , ,,,, rv ,H »hf ir^ " Reeve. I Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Divis and "if'^'"^ »^"*"=°^'*'"'^^eht How- Mrs. Bemioce Kulp and Joan •• Mrs. Eva Bond returned Saturday ••'^°'. spent Saturday evening at the OIu i evening from Topeka where Mr • Carrier home,. Davis has been attending meeting Mn. Florence Caldwell and chil- of the representatives for several dren called to see her uncle. Ralpli weeks, Mr. Davis returned to To- Buchanan Monday evening. Mr | pc^a Monday morning to be gone Glen Morrison. F. A. Keefover. V. E. Mastin, O. G. Farris. G. A. Nelson. Lee Baker, and Dr. Pulliam. Tlie men plan to have another meeting next -week. Mr. and MTs. Heryey Bell and family, Tonganoxie. ' returned to Colony this week. Mr. Bell, who was formerly employed on the Ton- ganorde Mirror, is now working at tlie Free Press. A large crowd attended the free program given at the high school auditorium Wednesday evening. The numbers were: extemporaneous speech. Gordon Molesworth; hum- lorous reading. Marguerite Beard; dramatic reading. Jean Denton; violin solo, Lois O'Harra; "Long Lont' Ago." boys glee club; selection, girls glee club: "F-orget Me Not," Lois O'Harra. Edna Pearl Wilson, Dci-is McOaughey, and Marie Smith; oration, James Rhodes; one-act play. Dean Brooks. Wallace Jackson, Dale Yokum. and John. Tonkin. Ivliss Alma Sue Fetterhoff. English and dramatic teacher in the high school is to be cohgratulated upon the improvement her pupils have nmde since the literary tryouts held only a few days ago. Although the numbers in the trj-out were good they are now even better. Mr. and Mis. C. D. Beshenrs plan to return to Idaho Falls, Idaho next week. They have been in Colony for several months during which time Mr, Beshears trained .several saddle horses, ^ Lloyd Post nnd J. V. Schafgcs were Garnett vlsiloi-s, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Johnson si)ent Thursday at the Joshua Jackson, home, south of Colony, Mr. Jolui-' sun papered for Mr. Jackson. Mis. Charles Short and Mrs. C. K. Barackman were lola visitors yesterday. , On-al Haas made a business trip to Ottawa, Monday. i Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Haas and Mr. and Mrs, George Ew-en were in lola, Sunday. O. R. Peterson is in a very bad condition caused by falling out of bed on his head, Tliursday morning: H. V. Pugh. Yates Center, was in Colony Thursday on business. The M. E. conference which was to have been held in Lawrence on March 8 will be held March 29. Mrs. Annie Molesworth is the delegate irom the Colony chiurch and Mrs. C. N. Tonkin is the substitute. The Younger Set club met with Mrs. Cl>Tde Hamilton. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. K. Barackman. Mrs. Sam Murphy, and-Mrs. Lena Speeco were the guests. The afternoon was spent with games and ji? saw puzzles, after which refreshments were ser\'ed. The members I present were: Mrs. Wilbur Boone. Mrs. Charles Schalnost, Mrs. J. R. Newlon, Mrs. Charles Short. Mrs. Leo Scully. Mrs. Clarence Colton. Mrs. Vernon Chatterton. Mrs. H. Miss Merle Caldwell, Pratt; Harold Caldwell and - wife, Wichita; Mrs. Nelson LeSuer and little son. Lawrence 1 Earl Caldwiell and family, Austin. Tex., Lois McCormack. Baldwin. Mrs. L. F. 'Wren. Kincaid. spent Tuesday at the Caldwell home. Center Valley pupils took their last bi-monthly examinations for this year, last week. Mrs. Anna Hardy who was ill for several da>-s is much better now. Relatives who came from a distance to attend the fiuieral of: L. C. Caldwell Thursday aftemdon were: if^nk Caldwell, Matfield Greep; .iNelsoi^ LeSuer and three older children, Lawrence; Horace Paske and ' wife and Miss ' Grace Shively. Toronto; Mrs. M. C. Lacey and Mrs. Ethel Shivelys^ lola; S. A. Caldwell and Robert Caldwell, Bronson. The funeral of L. C. Caldwell was conducted by Rev. Joseph Lane. Interment made in the Caldwell family plot at Kincaid. Heavy bronchial colds are causing a number aroimd here miich inconvenience; Lois McCormack visited at Mc- Glashans in Moran Friday afternoon, and later with Mildred Dunlap called on Mrs.. Walter Strong. Mrs. J. A. McCoy I visited from Monday until Saturday'In Gnmelt with Mi-s. WJ'att. Floyd and Lorcn McCormack took Mrs. Nelson LeSuer, Barbara nnd James Louis LeSuer to their home near Lawrence Sunday. Mrs. L. C, Ciildwell accompariicd her daughter nnd will spend several weeks thot^, Lois McCormack returned to hpr work at Baker university. Mt^. Anna Hardy received a message from her son, Harry Hardy, who lives nt Bren. Calif., about thirty miles from Los Angelps that they were not Injured by the recent terrible. earthquakes. Miss Aleene Moore visited at the Dennis Isaac home one afternoon recently. In our recent bereavement, the sudden death of oiu: father, L. C- Caldwell, we have found how wonderfully kind our friends have tieeh. It has been a great comfort to everj- member of our family. NEWSOFLAHARPE Me;mbers of Philathca Class of the Methodist Church Ilave Luncheon At Church. LAHARPE. March 17.—Clyde Owens and Miss Helen Owens . left Thursday to spend the week-end visiting theh- father W. E. Owens and family in.Hlatvllle. Miss Owens will leave Saturday morning for her woi-k in Kansas City. "the Chas. Sanders house has been purchased by Dumont Sickly and will be moved to Mr. Sickly's farm soifthwest of Ga3 City. Notice. -i-The registration books are now open.. All those that did not vote at the last general election or have moved uill be requhred to register in order to vote at the City Election April 4. 1933. Books will close March 24. 1933. at 10 o'clock p. m. —WlUmlne Chambers. ; City Clerk. Miss June Lambert is suffering from a sprained ankle received while junjping the hurdles at school Thursday, Mr. OrendofT of Kansas City was calling on business friends in La- Harpe Thursday morning. : 8x15 Ga. Bale Ties ....99c Bdl. : 12-lri. Galv. Formed : ; Valley 3'^c ft. : ' BLAKER LUMBER CO. The following members of the Philathca class of the Methodist church attended: the luncheon held at the church Wednesday: Mesdames Mabel Smith, Elva Knepp. H. L. Lacy. Zoe Stephenson, Mabel Lewman, W. L. McKeever, Clara "Teague, Adda Stinnett, Bessie Ensminger, Tena Heathman, Elsie Kerr, Irene Wallis. Minnie Sommerville, Dora Newman. Lucy Culbertson. Leona^ Morrison, Mabel McDonald. Minnie Stevenson. Lee'Limes. S. I. GlH.ord, George Roe. J. W. Howerton. O. D. Hartley. Ethel Barker. Gertie Barker. Edith Johnson. John McDonald. J. F. Heath, Chas.'Brjan. Lowell Baumunk, and Miss Effie Stevenson. ' The home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and family west of LaHarpe, was; fumigated Thursday and the sicarletlna quarantine has been removed. ; There will be preaching at the Baptist church Sunday night. Mar. 18 at 8 p. m. The subject will be "Backsliding Israel," Mr. and Mrs. Everett Flack and Mrs. Robert Flack, Mildred, are returning to LaHarpe to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. L. p. Mattocks, south of Moran were in LaHarpe attending to business Thursday afternoon. The Sifers candy wagon of Chanute was badly damaged in the accident that occurred on the Elm Creek bridge south of town Thursday afternoon. The car, driven by Chas. Skeen. was damaged only slightly. A small ad m the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. PRAIRIE CENTER Mar. 13.—Mrs. Frank Sievers spent Saturday with Mrs. Albert Pieiier. i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bamett entertained to dinner Smiday Mr. and Mrs; Wm. Booe. Mr. and Mrs Enis Booe and son, Mr. and Mrs. Evert BoQe and. children and Mr. and Mrs. Pat" Schuitz and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bamett called in the evening. Lester Ru.ssell called on Glenn Bamett Monday. Mr. Wm. Cowan called at Gus Wolf's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnes of Lawrence, were dinner guests at Wm. Peency's home Sunday evening. Bill Cowan and Marjorte Ru.s.sell spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs, G, Tnsche. Sunday cullers nt the Garret Tnsche home were. Mary nnd Bill Cowan, Mr. Mnrinn, Lester Russ*"!!. Mr, nnd Mrs, O, P, Harmon. Mr, «>nd Mrs, Bud Kirly nnd Mary. Mr. and-Mrs. Joe Knufman, Martin and Oolda. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benson nnd DoMglHs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Kaufman. Mar- tiri and Golda. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bep.son and Douglas called at Mart Betison's home in the evennig. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mercian and frinily. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold More- lart and-family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, T.n.^che and i -hildren spent Sunday at;the Cha.s. Morelan home. Alice. Betty and Wesley Taschc spent the week-end with their grandparents. Mr. and Mis. Chas. Morelan. Mrs. John Ru.ssell and childreij. Mrs. Garrett Taschc and Helen May spent Saturday at the J. P. Ri»s,sell home in Chanute. ). Sprague home in LaHaipe. ; dinner in celebration of the birth- .„,'="• ^' f""-^'^' ««n r. and Mrs. J. W. Stout spen'.' jja" of Kenneth Ro^ and Mre son'-e time is much improved day with Mr. arid Mrs. G. O .fa 'Lut ^hllTIle^^ B'.ichnnan remains very ix»rly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Kulp, Mrs NeUle Klooz and Loclla were basl- ness callers In Blue Mound, Wednesday. Mrs. Nelson Carrier, Irene and ^larion Stout were In lola Fridai afternoon Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? Ute tbe ClaasUied oolumul another week. Mrs. Hosley attended guest day of the farm bureau at the home of Mrs. Tom Lewis in,Mildred Monday afternoon. Mr. Hosley went on to Moran on business. Bert Cooper and family are at the home of his mother, Mrs. Tucker until their farm is vacated. Mrs. Heath, Vivian and Vhicent visited at w, P. Van Pelfs Sunday afternoon. MOTOR OIL Choice of light, mediom or heavy. S. E. A. Nos. 20, 30 or «0, i Gallon 40c S Gallon. II.M ANDREWS & SO?I lola—14 South WuUngtoB Clui:nnte—215 East Main Do You Know Do you kno'V that the area of the Irish Free State is somewhat less than the State of South Carolina, -and- That wc have Jour used 30x5 Truck Tires at a bargain? CITY OIL CO. D. C. Dollea, Mgr. Wsahlngton and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO A KANSAS cat runoiog 'around 'with anything but Kansas gasoliqe In its tank ain't doin' quite right by Kansas. Jht more Kansas gasoline Kansas buys the more good grub goes onto Kgosas ubles. Buy gasoline made from Kansas crude—Sundard gasoline—that's the way to get more smiles per igallon. How about that J. Hawk sticker—is it pn* your windshield yet?

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