Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 20, 1933 · Page 3
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lOLAi KANSAS Howard Shaxp has returned from : a week's -visit wiih friends in Inde• pendence. I Mrs. Jim CaUaway and her \ \iT. and Mrs. G. H. Chapman and daughter Elizabeth, who live west of • their children have moved to 1018 ~ - jQjg North THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 20. 1933. PAGE THRKR IMrs. Effle Pettit of LaHarpe arrived Friday for a visit with her nephew Marion Green, and Mrs. Green. —Every convenience, every com-, fort is afforded in our service room. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Faye Shelby had^as her j ^ Dogi^tt returned Sun- guest for the^ week-end Miss Lois ^^^^ ^ three-month visit with Barker of LaHarpe. 1 daughter Mrs. Ora Duncan, and As Senate G)mmitteeAddecl Wine to Beer Bill ,161a, and Mr^. William Lewis and -her son Rex returned Satui;day afternoon from Ottawa where Mrs. CaUaway and Rex were treated by » nn eye specialist. Regular Meeting of the Leslie J. Campbell Post. No. 15, Monday Night, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall. • Mr. and Mrs; Elmer Oliver and their smalt son Richard Eugene of Geneva, and Miss Margaret Irwin .of St. Louis, Mo., were guests Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Oosha. who live northwest of town. SIMMONS BEAUTYEEST —Know the I value of restful sleep. Try the World's famous Beautyrest ; Mattress. A. R. Sleeper Fum. Co. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Cox attended : the funeral of Mrs. Cox's uncle James Cowgill, which was held Sunday at Baldwin City, Mrs. Lawrence Rutledge of Tulsa. Okla., was a week-end guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Da\'id Osbom. Mrs. Ed Shropshire of Port Scott arrived Friday night for a visit witii Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Samuel. North Sycamore from Buckeye. —Invalid coach, experienced attendants. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan George returned Sunday from Coffe>7lUe where they visited Mrs. George's parents. Dr. and Mrs. DcMar. over the week-end. Mrs. 8. A. McCool of Seneca, formerly of Neosho Falls, was a guest Thursday afternoon of Mrs. J. P. Gosha, who lives northwest'of town. Radios, Washing Machines, Tubes, Batteries and Service RADIO SERVICE SHOP 109 West Madison Phone 33 FAIRMONT ICE CREAM Instantaneously your tongue detects the richness of flavor and smoothness of texture that have made Fairmont's Ice Cream outstanding among desserts. Individual Molds for Holiday Parties Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Case left this morning for their home In Creston, Iowa, after a brief visit with Mr. Case's brother, J. W. Case and his family.. Mrs. Ida Merrill of Moran' visited Saturday afternoon with her daughter Mrs. Alma Queen, and her granddaughter Mrs. Byron Hendrickson. —Two black and white fox terriers. 1 white Spitz, 1 brindle buU dog. 1 white cur, black and brown spotted, 1 white and brindle fox terrier female dogs will be held i-a the city pound 48 hours, for redemption—Chief of Police. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans of Springfield. Mo., arrived Saturday for a few days' visit with Mrs. Evans's uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. jL. P. Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Feeback j Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson had • and their daughter Mabel of Savon- i as their guests Saturday Mr. and burg \'isited Mr. Feeback's mother, i Mrs. Errol McCullough and their Mrs. Minnie Feeback. over the week- I children Betty Ruth and Jack, who end. ; live near Neosho Falls. Mr. Duncan, in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Reid had as, I their guests for the week-end Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Shaffer and Mr. and i Mrs. Paul Otto and their daughter; [Dorothy of Independence. j FAULTLESS 'I ELECTRIC WASHERS $39.95 and two RoU-a-Tnbs Free $4.00 down and M-00 a month , Free DeUvery—We Trade W.! H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Miss Ircife Smith, beauty parlor operator, injured her left foot yesterday when she stepped on a rusty nail. She will be unable to work for a few days. Max Gilbert left Sunday for an extended stay with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. Paul Cooper, in Albany. New York. PIE SUPPER —Program and Pie Supper at Geneva Community Hall. Wednesday evening, March 22, given by Carpenter school. "Al Martin's Country Store," a comedy-drama, will be presented by young folks of Carpenter district. Adults will be charged 5 cents admission; children admitted free.—Iva P>rreU, teacher. A. G. Alleman of Independence, Mo., was a guest Sunday of Mrs. L. A. Kratz and her daughters Misses Esther and Dorothy. C. C. Gordon, 403 South street, who underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix Saturday at St. John's hospital, is reported to be progressing rapidly. NEWS OF MLDREK Earl Riggs at Humboldt. Carol went with the Humboldt Monarchs to Beneciict to play basketball. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Merrifield Ea«vne Slndair B^dly Bmised and ;i spent Saturday night and Sunday Shakea as Result of Antomobile ^| with Theodore Hutton. Accident Week. ^ Mrs. George Cox spent Wednes> day with Mrs. F. C. Dickenson. MILDRED. Mar. 18.—The farm-f lere around town are sowing oats, and, i,"?f- xra ^usning c i lots of folks are making larden. ;' Hayse Hunsaker's Tuesday. The Kansas City Star this week Mi-, and Mrs. Ira Cushing called maUng garden Mrs. Millard Heath is not quite' so well at the present writing. ^ I Dave Bibens and sons, Robert and Junior, and Chet Phillips of Kansas City were dinner jguests at J. E.; Bibens's Sunday! Afternoon callers | were Mr. and Mrs. George RuxtonJ R "."f '"^"""i owpn RP«i and .Tnhh virirprs ; Scptt Friday to play in the regional tournament, They defeated Prescott gave an account of the death of the Reverend Lockwood, a former superintendent of Mildred high school, which occurred , at his home in Baldwin a few days ago. Our basketball boys went to Port Owen Beal. and Johij Vickers. Mrs. Arthur Allison. Mrs. John Allison, Mrs. Frank Thompson, and Mrs. Prankie Huestcn drove to Paola Wednesday where they spent the last night and will play LaCygne this afternoon. We hope they will be successful to the end. day with Mrs Pres Delhm Mrs i Eugene Sinclair had an auto acci- 'Tml ^^\^r ^'%J:^^\'i ^r^^ Tuesday night. The steering wheel broke and he lost-control of John Allison and Mrs; Frankie Huestoh remained for a longer visit and Ruby Deihm accompanied them home and is visiting at John Haberbosch's. , Word comes from the hospital': that Mrs. Earl Sheffer. who underwent an operation there, is doing as well as could be expected. his car and ran Into a cement post on the bridge near Ed Hite's. Ed. and James Hite brought him home and a doctor was called. He was badly bruised and is still in bed. Ike Powell, who is well known in this neighlx>rhood, passed away at the McAIoon home near Colony : SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK : Salad Dressing, qt. jar 25c : Crvstal White Soap Chips. 5-lb. box 25c : Pickwick Coffee, lb. ........29c : Heinz Spaghetti. 2 Ige. cans. .25c : Sardines. 3 oval cans 25c : GREENE'S CASH GROCERY Phone 417 Wins and trult Jnlees twcams eompaniotii oi beer In tb« S.S p«r cent ban bill aa It went before the seoatt vltli tb* atamp of appro.vai of tba senate floanca eommUtea, abowo bare ilatenlng to tbe teati' mony of Or. Jamea U. Ooran (aundlng). Commls sloner of Induatrlal AieoboL Members of tbe com- inttteo are, aeated left to rlgbt. Senators Pat Harrii an. of Uisshsaippl. ebatrmao; Walter George of UeorglB. and Uatlc L Walsh o( Uaaaacbnsetta. Morris McKean of the R. C. McKinney Feed store underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils this morning at St. Johns hospital. Mr. and "Mrs. W. H. Wood spent Sunday at Lawrence as guests of Mrs. Wood's sister Mis. H. H. Ulrich and her family. Mrs. J. N. McDonald and her daughter Miss Pearl McDonald and her son George McDonald of Chanute were; guests Sunday afternoon and eveniiig of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Pendarvls. Mrs. Pcndarvis is a daughter of Mrs. McDonald. SELF SERVTCE MARKET Pork Tenderetts ....20c Pork Sausage, 4 lbs 25c Round Steak or Sirloin, 2 lbs.. .25c Kraut, 5c lb.; 6 lbs ..25c Eicon. Sliced, 2 lbs 25c Lamb Chop, spring lamb 20c Leg o' Lamb 18c I : •• : ! Miss Lela Ruth Oliver entertain- jcd Miss Josephine Day of Gamett lover the week-end. i Miss Delore Gammon of Emporia} ' visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs; C. S. Gammon, over the week-end. WALNUT GROVE Mar. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rush spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and MR . J. L. Trites. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Nortfawaj' and girls spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Cross and family- Miss Helen Weast visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Maude Dbnoho and Nelda. .• j George T. McAdams, Moran. spent Saturday with BiUie and - I dwin Trites. Mrs. Harrison Oliphant called at Mrs. Roy Northway's for setting eggs Tuesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stewart. lola, spent Monday evening with Mrs. Stewart's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Helms and Eldon Harclerode. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myersj and, Madalyn visited Sunday afternoon! J. F. Dickensheets and his neph- [with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wilsojp and ew Mickey McGrath returned last;boys. Jess Howard, proprietor of the Howard Bhoe and Bicycle shop, was able to return to his work this morning after an illness of several months. Mrs. W. A. Samuel has received vford from her sister, Mrs, Charles Kensworthy that she and her family, all of whom live in Long Beach. Calif., were safe, although their liiome was demolished. Mrs. Roy Northway and Rets Bess; spent Thursday with Mrs. .Jiorth-, way's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ' Meek. —Dr. H; L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's DriiK Store. X-ray cq'jipijcd. Phone 149, Miss Audra Matney. Miss Viola Lcrnnan. aqd Mrs. John Bradshaw rr »T iiri,7',, i „ ! \^'ill fetum Tuesday from a month's Adams, that she and her family.' . ^j^d Mrs. Marlon Green and all of whom live in Long Beach. • jj^pj^ gup^t Effie Pettit of La- Calif., in the earthquake .^rea. were jjarpe visited Sunday afternoon with unharmed. • j^^^^ Green-.s parents Mr. and Mrs. |W. E. Wilson, who live near Moran. Mr. and Mrs. F, M. McCall of ChiUicothe. Mo., and Mr, and Mrs. Lee Parke of Nevada. Mo., were week-end guests of Mrs. W. I, McCall and her daiighter .Miss Eiva (McCall. • ' B -O-X -I -N-G 36— Roand»r -36 American Legion Card Tuesday. 8:15 p. m. Memorial Hall, Ciianute Prices—25c, 3Sc 75c WINDOW SHADES —Good quality, choice of colors in standard size, 39c each. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs, C. A. Cook and her son of Augusta are spending .a few days with Mrs. Cook's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Doolittle. i Miss Naomi McKinney. who has j been visiting her parents Mr. and : Mrs. W. B. McKinney the past three ; days, will return, this evening to j Chanute where she is employed at _ ithe Southwestern Bell Telephone Prank Cuddeback returned Friday | office- night to his home in Baxter Springs McKINNEY CROC. & MARKET Suprex Coffee, vacuum packed 25c Puffed Wheat, pkg, 10c Peanut Brittle Candy, lb 10c RaLston's Wheat Oata. pkg. ..10c I Country Butter, guaranteed, lb, 20c \ FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Washj Phone 173 Floyd C .Smith retiu-ned Satiu^day night from Coffeyville where' he acted as referee during the basket-', ball tournament Friday and Satur-' day. Verne Edwards, who has been a \ guest of his father C. O. Edwards; the past week, went to Coftei 'Ville | yesterday to spend a few days with his cousin, Marion Edwards and his family. He will return to lola for a longer visit before going to his home in Chicago. FILING SUPPLIES night from a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kiesow in Osage City. Mrs. Dickensheets, who accompanied them there, will visit her mother Mrs. E. y. Carpenter in ^ Carbondale and relatives in Topeka \ are getting the three-act' play'jready before returning home. ifor the next community program, —.——; ——'• •• I met at the school house last night' 1 The International Woricingmen's I and practiced, association was founded by Karl: Mrs. O. K. Donoho was cal morning to be at the bedside of her father, Mr. Bamett, who had suffered a stroke. No word has been received since she got there. Mrs. E. J; Weast spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lizzie Allen. •The members of the church choir. FMday night. Mr. Powell was blind- met at Urless Nevitts Wednesday, ed by an explosion whUe working night and practicea some music for; ina well about thirty years ago. He Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stout called at Jesse Rlggs's Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles Garrison and- sons Richard and Garland were dinner guests at the Thursday evening. Ed Canfield came in from LePort, Ind., Wednesday night and is visit- is an uncle of Elmer Bibens. He will be laid to rest in the Crtony cemetery. The Curley children received word Thursday that their aunt iJfis. Ater home; Francis Newal had passed away at " their home in Illinois. "Aunt Prank" was a sister of the late N. T. Curley. Miss Flossie Rich who is attending his daughters. Opal Helen land | Ing school in lola spent the week- Lorraitie at the Sinclair home. end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Hutton spent Satimlay night with Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Lane visited Belfry school Friday. \ lola City Treasurer's Statement FOR THE QUARTER ENDING MARCH 15. !933. OLD BALANCE NEW BALANCE Debit Credit Receipts Disbursements Debit Credit General Fund | $ ! $ 8.323.61 : S 13.939.34 S 18 .836.58 $ $ 3.406.37 Water Works Fund ...| 5.983.42 ; 6 ,979.79 7,635.00 1 5.328.21 Electric Fund 1 i 76,134.50 23.929 .54 l!;,7n .57 81.346.47 Gas Fund ; ] 22,120.61 ! 22,200.-64 m .522!74 14,443.71 81.346.47 Street and Alley Fund i 2,473.90 1.199.01 2 .039 .30 1.633.61 Im. Imp. Bond Pd. ...j 12.740.11 i 28 67203 n ,2G3 .T3 4.668.19 Library Fund ..! . 953.73 506.45 .'747.78 712.40 Special Paving Fd. ...i ; fi.Ro 1 Stores Fund 79,08 3.532.54 y..433 .73 1,177.89 Judgment Fund 1 ! 3U41 1 30.41 Band Fund 55 .38 202.'i8 257.96 Park Fimd 471.05 . .5".V73 '- • 94.21 30.53 Fire Hydrant Fund ...' 177 24 1 -1.01 C 240 .00 89.18 Sewer Fund : 10.04 1 .0:.5.2G 930.28 105.02 Municipal Lighting Fd. ', 936 ,55 709 .03 1,072.63 572.95 Cqn.sclence Fund 104.10 ^ 104.10 572.95 Total i $ 35,331.77 S 95.253.G2 ' S103.643.94 S 7y,658 .C5, $ 14,443.71 » 99,365.85 Marx in London in 1864. ed to 1 Eldorado Springs, Mo.. Thiirsd;iy, Total Cash Balance ..... $84,922.14 TMO.=. U. E(y'.VL -JS, City Treasurer. after spending a week with his father-in-law and mother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gammon, and other relatives. Mrs. CTjddeback. who accompanied him here, remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sproat and their children, who have beei\ spending the winter with Mrs. Sproat's mother. Mrs. Katherine Metzinger and her family, left Sim- day for St. Joseph. Mo., where they will make their home. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -35e- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mr. and; Mrs. R. L. Osi^'ald and their son Roy Jr.. returned Sunday night from a week-end visit with Mr. Oswald's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Oswald, in Topeka. ^ Wilfred ;Shadn1ck returned Friday evening to his home in Topeka after an dvemight visit with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Shadwick. Mri5., Shadwick accompanied him home .for a week's stay. REGISTRATION NOTICE. —To the Electors of the City of lola, Kansils: You are hereby notified that the books for the registration of voters will be kept open between the hours of eight o'clock A. M. and ten o.'clock P. M. each da.v. Simday excepted, from the fifteenth day of March, to the twenty- fourth day of March. 1933. and that said registration book^ will be closed on the last named day at ten o'clock P. M. If you have never registered in the City of lola, and have lived in the ward thirty days or more and in the State six montiis or more and have attained the 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, you must re-register. If you have moved from the house or street number where you lived when you last registered, you must rc-register. .If you have changed your name vou must re-register. If you are of foreign birth, you must present your naturalization papers in order to register. Any person desiring to register must appear in person at my office in the City Hall, T. E. SHANAHAN. t:. ^ City .Clerk. Letter Rles Card Piles Manila Folders Storage Files Index Guides Card Index lelcl is it? A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY & MARKET Comer Second and Lincoln Phones 292 and 291 We DeUver Spareribs, Meaty, 2 lbs ..25c Fresh Barrel Kraut, lb ...5c 2 extra large Mackerel 15c Sardines in Oil, each 5c Oranges, 2 dozen 25c A Real Broom ..25c Special Value in Coffee 19c Com Meal, 10 lbs 10c Comb Honey, per square 10c Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Speegle, who live south of town, were informed of the safety of Mr. and Mrs. William Malone. who live in Los Angeles. Calif., in the earthquake area. Mrs. Malone, before her marriage, was Miss Vera Porter, a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter, former residents of lola. Complete Winter Snper Service for Yonr Car Anti-Freeze. Battery Fluid. Brake Service, Radiator Service. Crankcase Service, Body Work. Oil. Washing, Gas, Tire Service, Ignition. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mrs. J. G. Taylor and Mrs. Ivan Grieve returned Saturday from Augusta, where they were called Wednesday by the se.rious illness of their sister. Mrs. C. R. Wood, who underwent an operation at the Susan B. Allen hospital in El Dorado last Thursday morning. Mrs. Wood is getting along as well as could be expected. ! Williams Typewriter Co. 113 W. Madison Mrs. Mae Love and her son Joe of LaHarpe. and Miss Juanita Stevenson spent Simday in Kansas. City. Mrs. George Stille returned Saturday frdm Fredonia where she has been the.guest of her sister Mrs. J. O. Barker and her family the past ten daj-s. • —Call us for quick Plumbing Service, lola Plumbing Co. Phone 1175. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eastwood and their son Bob of Coffeyville were guests Simday of Mr. Eastwood's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Eastwood. A. R. Huphey arrived Sunday from Comanche, Texas, to make his home with his daughters Mrs George Dugan and her family, and Mrs.! Ray Willhelm and her family. | JUST ARRIVED —Dining Room Suites, Bedroom i Suites, Gas Ranges, etc—new, dif- j ferent. and low in price. We trade, j Curtis' Furniture, 10 N. Wash. . Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hunter of ;| Parsons visited Sunday with Mr., Hunter's father J. E. Hunter, and his sister Mrs. W. E. Dulinsky and her family. : SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK : : Salad Dressing, qt.- Jar 25c : : Crvstal White Soap Chips. 5-lb. box 25c : : Pickwick! Coffee, lb ..29c : : Heinz Spaghetti, 2 Ige. cans. .25c : : Sardines. 3 oval cans 25c : : GREENE'S CASH GROCERY : Phone 417 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boone and | their daughter Haroldine. who live | j north of Colony, were guests Sunday , ! of Mrs. Boone's sister Mrs. . W. E. I i Oliphant. and Mr. Oliphant. T ^he formulas and processes which make Chesterfield a milder and better-tasting cigarette are secret— to prevent others from copying them If every person knew the method and processes of tanning leather, it would be of inters; but what people watit to know is: Is it a good shoe? Is it comfortable? Wil| it wear longier? Is tl leprice right? So it is with Chesterfield Cigarette!. If smokers, . then and women, knew all of the font ulas and processes of manufacture, it would be of interest to them; but what smokers really want is the result. Everything that goes into Chesterfi( !ld Cigarettes is as good as money can buy. Every process has in it all that s< fence khow^ about.cigarette manufacture.: The formulas are secret to prevent others from copying them. The mildness and the better taste you may prove for yourself. May ^ e ask you to try ChiesterSield? SPECIAL. ALL THIS WEEK The Famous MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE : Made from a Betty Crocker recipe —25c each— For sale at your grocer or lOLA BAKERY ' : 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 Capt. J.: M. Lamer has • relatives in England from whom he sometimes receives copies of London newspapers. The latest of these was the London News-Chronicle, dated February 27., which contained among many pages of other reading mitter a report, with many pictures, of a fierce blizzard tliat had swept over Wales, burj-lng farm houses in snow and wrecking vessels on the coast. Members of the Regis*«r force vrere interested in looking over the paper which Capt. Lamer kindly brought to this office. I Mrs. Gertrude Carrier arrived '•• Sunday aftemobn from Lawrence; for a visit with her brother J. E., Hunter and her niece Mrs. W. E.' Dulinsky and her family. I Mr, and Mrs. Russell Edwards! returned Sunday afternoon to their home in Kansas City after a weekend visit with Mrs. Edwards's father John Cantrell. and her sister Miss WUma Cantrell. Mrs. Edwards, before her marriage, was Miss Dorothy Cantrell. now it 0 l9 »,,beGSR ft MgMTo »AtcoCa»

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