Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 23, 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 23, 1933
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TOLA; KANSAS . J.. ' . Robert Invin, David Taylor. Earl \ /Knock, and CI arles Newman spent •'Tuesday aftenj Kansas City. —Try our ri • Cake made fiiom recipe. Specia sale at vour Bakery. oon and. evening In ew Milk Betty ly priced, grocer or Cliocolate Crocker's 25c. the For lola Mrs. C. P. Switzer ol Salt Lake City. Utah, anftved yesterday to oe the Bue-st of l^r «()iece Mrs. T. W. Lytic and-her jfamUy. PRE-EASTEB SPECIAL KaUiryn Clevenjrer Beauty Shop I-s Kivlns Supreme Oil CroquiK- nolc PoiDiuiiont \Vave.s for %IM Phone 729 or 815 Mrs. J. J. Bri.(rht relumed today . from Kafisas City where she has been vi.siiinij relative.s since Sunday. —All outstanding LaHarpe bank dierks on Elm Township will be paid if presented to the Allen County State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peitrson and William Peterson of Kansas City, Kas.. were guests Sunday of William Peterson's parenus. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Peterson. Gus Peterson is a brother of C. J. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bruce were int Colony yesterday on business. —Dr. W. Pi Hujl. Osteopath and Ciagnosticlan. Phone 120: George Cleland of Fort Soott was a guest Sunday evening ot his sls-r ter Mrs. C. Earl Williams and. her •family.: Ten Star General Electric —The REPRIGERATOa DtliVrXE, Now on display. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. Dora McCabe went to Chanute this momipg for a visit with friends. She will return this evening. —Electric Radios and Washers, new and used, at Curtis' Furniture. Mrs. E. A. I^ewis, who has- been seriously ill the past week, la lir- proving, Mr. Lewis said today. CHICK STARTER Kelso AU Mash $L8a Purina All Mash $2.40 K. B. AU Mash ;.$1.95 Kelso Economy Egg Mash. .$L0O BURT'S CASH PEED & PROD. IS E. jMkson Phone 1400 Mrs. W. H. Zimmerman, and her daughter Mrs. H^rry Tidid visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tidd. Remove the Footlines From Vour Facie 47 NEW EASTER STYLES Blue. Chaff BeiEe. Grey. White and Black—AAAA to D IIARRLSON'.S BOOTERV —Dr.i H. L. Lacy, Dchfist. Office • ; over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray ,: i equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Recob and their children of Buffalo, formerly of lola. visited today with Mr. and Mrs. A. R Ward. Mr. Recob is now o!)erating a bakery in Buffalo. friends. In lola. Mtes OrecUin, was fpiTn^ly. c^^, for; tt)e local Penn«x a/Um. —4^iingr is here. See Antrim for Wall PiHjer, 219- North J«fferson. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gordon have as^ their guest, Biln. P. J;, Southard of St. Paul, who arrived yesterday. < Sipi^ SERVICE »M«KE1S -^ SwM Pickles, pec doz. ..' 10c tj^Sopd or .SirlijinVa Ibs'.Mc' Jjgrger. 4 lbs. .....25c Cheege, i;«nghom, 2 lbs 25c Roast Beef, 8c and 7c Knsb FJsb and Oysters lUtt^i, Ddi«te^. 25c or More Mr. and Mrs. George J. Marr returned yesterday frqqi Pittsburg where they, were called, a few daj-s ago by the serious illness of Mrs. Marr's sister Mrs. Fred Cowan, who remains in about the same condition. GOLD cqaaohEVvi —"Hie pick of spring patterns in rugs and yard goods, now oii display. A. R; Sleeper Furniture Co. an^ Mrs. Fred CofOeld of Yates Center, fotrner lol&ns. were business visitors here today. . BRAK^ ^VIN^^ Winter brings an added strain on the brakes—more stopping, mora- Jamming on the brake pedal. Have, your brakes tested, adijusted, or relinedi today. BeSnie! BcSafe! SHELLY SKKEOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mr. and: Mrs. Frank Herrick and their daught^ Dixie and their niece Dorothy McDowo, who have been g^Uiests of their relatives, Mr, and Mrs. Nat Strickler of Colony, and Mr. and Mrs. H, F. Skinner the past ievf months, left yesterday for their home in David.son. Qkla. lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 23.1933. ni'..i..ii,,... ji M. Jasper Park to Mr. and .Mrs. H. H. Howard and their dauhter Miss Betty and their .son Delmer; who were called here Monda.v, by the death of Mrs. Howard's i-Mjf: D. P. Northrup. re- tuni<>d thi;i .Tftornoon to their home in Topeka. Improve Your Cooking Use FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cot- MSe Cheese and Bultermilk. Call »I for House Delivery or ask yonr grocer GABDEN S^EDS Bulk and Package —Onion Sets- Red and 'Yellow, qt 5c •White, quart 6c Cabbage Plants, bunch — l.'jc BURT'S CASH FEED & PBOD. 18 E. Jackson Phone 1400 Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lytle entertained Miss Bessie Strawderman, Mrs. Efiie Strawderman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayes, and Lennie Strawderman, all of Nevada, Mo., at dinner yesterday. Henry Hubbard has gone to Wal- ! nut where he will be in charge of i } he song .service at thei revival meetings being conducted by the Rev. Bishop Hopkins of Beloit in the First Christian church. Any Suit, Dresa or Osercoat Cleaned and Pressed .SPECI.AL Starting Friday. March 24 .Any bress. Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 25c : 3 Garmentsr €3c Lef Us Clean Your Wardrobe Now .SPCILE-SS CLE.\NER.S Phone 797 111 W. Madison , C. R. Morau SENEKER DRY QOODS CO. lOLA'S POPULAR STOKE Money-Saving VALUES FOK FRIDAY AND SATl'RDAY COATS I'or a SpecJaH>' Triced Group. $10.00 New Fabrics and Colors Other Coats $5.00 to $25.00 SILK PRESSES Every dress Ls new . . In the latest style . . There are sheers, prims, crepes, print combinati(^s . . styles for all occasions. $2.95 to $12.75 •^HUiVLMI.NGBffiD" Chiilon and .Ser\ice Weight Silk Hose In Harmonizing Spring Colors 59c 2 Pair for $1 AU silk, picot tops^ every pair perfect. .SILK D.\NXE .SETS PRINCESS SLIPS GOWTfS. PAJAMAS. AND SILK TEDS S1.39 Values, Special $1.00 -35c ABLESo.v C LEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Miss Marguerite Carson and Miss Dorothy Gray returned Tuesday evening to their home in Chanute after spending the day with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ma:udlin Jr. Mrs. Maudlin accompanied them home for an over-night visit, returning home yesterday. —Pedaline and Body Hats in large and small headsizes. in the ney summer styles. Black. Navy. Beige, Grey and White, $1.95 and $2.95. The Style Shop. Mrs. Jesse Fisher and her son Harold Fisher, and .Kenneth Baker returned; last evening from a short visit with Mrs. Fisher's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lasater. who live north of Gas City. Mrs. Fisher's daughter MLss Hazel Fi^er, and Mi.s.s SyKla McClure, who accomp^ anied them there, remained for a ftnv days' longer stay. ANY DRESS. SUIT OR OVERCOAT. OR LADIEJS' COAT Cleaned a^d Ifreswed = 25c 3 for 6 &C PhoHc m lOLA LAUNDRY Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hubbard had, a.s their guests for Simday afternoon the Rev. Bishop Hopkins ot Bejolt. Glenn Bremer p£ Muskogee, Okla.. Mr and Mrs. Bink and Mtsa Paster ol Walnut, Mr. and Mrs. Ous Fluber and their daughters Virginia and Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Blner Ham- lU and their son Joe, Miss Oeraldlno Rowden. Miss Margaret 'Vl(illiams, Chester HamiU, and the Rev. Russell Crouch. Social Meeting Friday Afternoon at 2:30 in Legion rooms. Miss BiUle CoghiU, a student at the University of Kansas, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Coghill, over the week-end. MATTRESSES! MATTRESSES! Truck lioad Just Received Inner Spring Mattr&ss .$0.76 100^5= Pelted Cotton, 50 lb. wt.. .45.75 All Cotton. 50-lb. weight.....$2.05 We Buy For Less and)Sell for Less! W. H. WOOD FINE FURNnVRE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Mrs. Earl Wrestler and her daughter Connie of Humboldt were guests Ttiesday of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson KcUenberger. —New Spring Hats in dress and softies. 98c to $2.50. Edwards Millinery. EIDorado Times: Tlie Empory Gaaette hooked Charley Scott and us up in an editorial the other day entitled, "The Regulars." The article was intended to be unflattering, but we did not take it that way. "We are always proud of anything that puts us in the same class with Charley Scott. HORIZONTAIi ITo what people does Jasper Park belong?: S Pertaining to wings. 12 Pertaining (suffix). 13 Part ot column. 14 Systematic collections of law. ' 16 Gypsy man. 1" Bngine. 13 PlRure or Kpeech. "OYounx «loR/<. .22 PerUining the nose. 2i Black. I'SSrajiIl milk pall. 27 To "rpcain. 1'!) Kre<it«l. :!1 (;ult,3>C the Baltir Seu.V .".;! To obBervcJ Female sheep. ">5 Obscure."*. .•!7 OnaRer. •10 nail. I? Ankwcr to l*f*evlous Puzzle A T 7 A R 1 0 isi sgnsi •12 Aiineallng oven. 41) .Makes lean, to 4 'J Uult ot xvorlt. r ,i) I' :i .pe(l socket, r.l .MylUt<:al tales. y.', Weight alloiv- aini,- for W ;i-^li'. r.4 The KClett part .'(C Slornis. Haii; .'>9 Insurgent. Cu l.,aeerateil. •U Japanese measure. i'>S Hold. <i:i All tinier Xl-AiTtCAL 1 Kaiill liiiij.i-. - 'I'll I 3C (.*i!f. ^'•'I'lii-t 111 iji-;i!i 111' a liivjlvf. •!C;illlfiir;il illlirr)l. .Miiu-i;il liiiiiiil i!,.ai- Slirifriiil-. •i; Hiilpit 1)1, ick. 7 Out- \v)iii .".-iisiiaifs. STo perform. 9 Learnings. 10 Clay houses, n To recline. 15 Intelligence. 18 Swift. 21 Male ancestor. 23 Sound rea- .soning. _ 26 More recent. 2SSotiety. \ 30 Supernational heini^s. :M Oriental Kuitar. 36 Coin slit, :',7 Cli-ar liglit yt-llow. '•',S DcpartPiI l>y hunt. •Ml Writer. 41 Si?, out Illy <oiinec(c(l. r.\ Hc-fiiioiil ' i >.vtra<(. I) VounK li.-;li. 1.". iJv^rivativf pine tar. IT To 1 oni<? ill. l.xT<i season. Withereil. .",r, Fairy. .".7 Tu harili'U. P iOa. 0. J. McCleUaad moved to 805 East Madison today from her property In East I^wn addition. . —A. R. Chambers, M. D. Office Mlttelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Miss Maude Mlnrow and Miss Queen Harper of Emporia were here yesterday to attend the funeral of D. P. Northrup. —Specialized service, neral Home. Waugh Fu-j Quality merchandise at reasonable prices. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards and ! their children visited Sujiday with i Mrs. fklwards's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Purel, who live near ilont Ida. iif Mr. and Mrs: Floyd Carmaln and their son Kent left this morning for their home in Stillwater, Okla., after an over-night visit with Mr. Carmain's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Carmaln, who live east of town. —New spring shades in Full Fashioned Pure Silk Hose, 59c, 2 pairs for $1.00. Pull line of sizes in each color, sizes SVj to lO'-.-. The Style Shop. Lee B. Hobart of Wichita left yesterday morning for Burlington after an over-night visit with his parents Mayor and Mrs. Harmon Hobart. Mr. Hobart is a s^esman for the Hamilton Brown Shoe company of St. Louis, Mo. Get O UT Prices Before'Yon Sell Yonr Produce : Pilot Oyster Shell, cwt. . 80c : Super Mash .Starter, cwt. ..$1.75 : Four Bells Starter, cwt. .. .$1.90 : Nopco Cod Liver Oil in bulk. per R. C. gal. ...-$1.15 McKlNNEY FEED STORE qpp. p. O. Phone 389 Mrs. Emily Lee and her .son Elmer spent yesterday with Mrs. Lee's sister Mrs. L, B. Gardner, who lives of LaHarpe. —Mildred Curtis, M. D. Office and residence over Cook's Drug Store. Phone 1234. McKIWFA' GUOC. & SLARKET SomeUiinsi New—Barbecued Ribs, ready to s;-rve. 2 lb.s. for 35c Her.shey Ki.sses. the food candy, per pound 28c FREK DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mrs. P. C. Irwin and her daughter Miss Julia moved to 206 South First today irom 303 \Vest Madison. —PHONE 1175 for Pluniijiiig jiici Repair Work. lola Plumbing Co. Don P. Ha.v.s of Wichita, trpveling freight and passenyrer a.sjent for tlw Missouri Pacific, is in town today on business. KANSAS BRIEFS (By the A.s£oclaled Press> I BP.D OF FLIGHT 1^1 l-lOfeTH A. V£R;CA? \ fJCf.l DO j>AG^T;yyEE ko JVBILEE FOli VlNVG^fr- yyitap Ofsminifi Sax 3J» Bpxewro I^B.'t Wine At All. San Pranpisco, Mar. 23. (API- While brewers speeded preparations to tap beer kegs the night of April 0, California's vinters made no move to take advantage of the simultane- oiti legalizing'of 3.2 "wine." It Is wprth nothing, they said, aiid isn't wine at all. Leaders of the industry, in whose cellars, are stonxl 20 .million gallons of wine, reitcrat<;d they would wait for and continue to fight for legalization of naturally tcrinentcd light wines of apjJroxl- mfUolylO per cent alcohoUc content. The man who keeps hammerinrr uwju- ha.s mighty little time to be a knocker. . Tojxjka—Appointment of John: Oilmore, Prcdonia newspapennan. i as .stjiie fii-o .-nar.siiai to succeed Douplxs Graham, was announced i last light by Governor Alfn d M. l.undon. Effective today. tl!,,> ap-^ nointment Is for a i.ern\ ending next; J-.ily :. at v/hich time Liu- offitc wil! i loe combined with several otliei- dc- partments. ' iAaswer4 will be found on Page G) " •- ^ Topeka—C. 11. Benson. Wiikeeney.! former secretary of the public service commission, has been namod; spcrctarv of the state corpora::o;- \ commission, Chaiiinan Homir Hoc:-.' announced yesterday. For the pa.^t i two years Benson had served as; auditor of the public, service com- mJ.s,sion. Ohliihoiuii Luminary Olea. Oklalioina City. Jo. .J'l H. W. PruUtost, Ilk). i>hllatuhropl :;6 arid oil miii.i who hi-Id the nmk of brigadier Kt^ntral o )i Govt-ruor W. H. Murray's staff, died today of in-, jurie.s iTCelVi'd. in u motor car cot- li'ion Sunday. He had been chief of .<,tarf for tivciT,' ,OklnJiomA PXJV- ernor bu,. one .sinre the regime of OeorKo W. Stfi-le. first temtorial; executive. H P ua.s luimarned. DEKF €(JT FRICES fc'ord T Spark PlUff Wireii. eat-h 5f Ford A UiKtributof. Witeb. eath Ic L'lievrolet 4 Spark Plu? Wir«!t. Set . . . Wc Chevrolet <i Spurk Plug Wires, -set 49c ANDREWS & SON lola—14 South Washin^on Chanjate—215 East M»in Wichita—Convicted of seiiiu.^ suij-; standard Jamaica ginger. Wykol; \ Keach and W. C. Burnett, two drug- j frist.s, were fined $100 each and giv- | en ?;i.x months sentences in fi ^deral '. ctau-t here ;eslerday. ! Pcloit^.'ifler suffering- (wo cra.:!:- ed ribs wJii'ii lii."; motor i:ar overturned near Simpson, yesterday. Dr. John Outland of Kansas City continued io Beloit and ixjrfornied r scheduled oi>eration. The accident occurred when a tire blew out. Thurman Uill Exonerated. ; Topeka. Mar. 23. lAPi—In its-re- ' port filed today, the .senate com- 1 milter apiwinted to invo .stlsate ac- j counts of Tliurman Hill, member of the recently abolished public :ier- | vice commission, stated it "found nc ; evidence of corrujJtion of aiiy member of the public service eomnu -s- | sion or anyone connected tlieio- ' with." Oun^t Be We're not undersold. Call us for prices and delivery. Gasoline, Kerosene and Grease. We sell 25- Ib. pail Pressure Gun Grease, guaranteed none better— RELIABLE OIL COMPANY Ira flfcGmois & So& 1305 East Street mm woRn 9UT? Take ly4i« ^ PWWiwn *8 V«)getabl« CpiapouiMl canoot atop. There ram«« a tlmi itcanaot atop. Tbcr* a tuM SfS ^^^nJ^^ «^ yoo and vsuBpfljr woni oat. 98 oat ol entr IM womaB who report £in today . . . naX watdi tlii ^cstdtL JSSIBACK ACHE? Women and Gu4» do net Netd to SuflFer Sq Chelsea, GUa., — "f was ahrays tired though I didn't do mi^h, I couldn't get tested^ at night ^nd woke up with a headache," said i^rs. Delbert. Tavlor of 234 N. &k St. "Uy back ached and after working a while my arms and bands would tressble so diat I would have to: lie down. But after taking Pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription arid his 'Golden Medical Discovery' I am now feeKng fine." Sold bv druggists. SttM Dr. PIcKe'. Ckaic, Bdtalo, N. Y. YOU WII. BE WELL SUITED ill (HH^ t»f tlit'S<' Smart Printzc.s,'^ Suits at - S16 .75 to ^25M V • '/^ "PRINTZESS" (iives you perfect fit— and in these new '•Printzess Suits" you w-iU be a perfect fashion Picture. Other Suits From §7 95 up. Uozen-s of iNew Dresses Just Received in Beautiful Plain C'oiors and Prints at— $3.98:™ $10.75 Ntnv "Printzess Coats!' and Other Good Makes al $5.95 to $29.75 CopuMtUt. IISS. Tb* Hundreds of Spring Hats »t $lfi98l Made in. the new greatly in dexuand styles a.s pictured— -Every -ftanted shade, pienty of tans, blues, blacks.._ Other Hats From Sl.OO to $3.98

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