Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 27, 1933 · Page 3
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f ' tOLA. KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 27. 1933. H. D. Smock made a business trip to; Portcn-ille Friday. •Mr, and MrsJ WllUam Krause and MUtoh McClay were in Kaiisas City Rriday on businese. r —Spring Is here. See Antrim for Wall Paper. 219 North Jefferson. 'E. L. Hennlnger, proprietor of Hennlnger's fitmlture store, spent Sunday In Madlsoi^ Mrs. T. J. Gilbert and her son Denver of Clinton. Mo., were guests yfesterday of Mr. and Mrs. sR. G. Fferry. Mrs. Perry is a daughter of Mrs. Gilbert. = NEW SHlPJtEXT Jacqnard Vriour Parlor Suites covered all over, rvversil>le spriniT cnshions—only S29.50. Why pay more? Easy Terms. Free Delivery. W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITCRE 202 S. Jefferson—lola Charles Wilson had as his guest; for the week-end Delbert Donnell of j teRoy. • Mr. and Mrs. C. E. PureJ, vho live near Mont Ida, visited Sunday alt- emoon with their daughter, Mrs. J. ^'C. Edwards and her family. Miss Eloise Paul of Moran was a guest Saturday afternoon of Mrs. EliMbelh Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Krause spent Sunday In Nevada, Mo., the guests of Mrs. Krause's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Klgcr. Ten Star Geaenl Electric —The REFRIGERATOR DELUXE. Now on display. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson and their daughter Ruth visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Errol McCul-' lough, who live near Neosho PaUs. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. AyUng returned last night from a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rut- led^c in Urbana. Mrs. AyUng is a sister of Mr. Rutledge. Ask for FAIRMONT ICE CREAM It's pure, delicioai, taaty Made in lola from Allen county products '—Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. ;Mrs. S. R. Rem.sberg. who lives sputheast of town, relumed Saturday night from Hutchinson where ^ she has spent the last four weeks; with hsr son Dr. H. W. Remsberg.' — aild Mrs. REmsbcig. --l —Experienced in the profession. ; Waugh Funeral Home. Miss Margaret Remsberg spent the week-end with her brother Ralph Remsberg and his family, who Uve near Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bedenbender and their daughter Naomi Jeanne, and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McClanahan and their daughter Lenore spent Sunday with Mrs. Bedenbender's sister. Mrs. Dale Nichols and her family who live south of lola. Mrs. Clarence Cook and litr sojxs Prankie and Wayne returned today t<J their home in Augusta after, a week's visit with Mrs. Cook's par- ei^ts, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Doolittlc. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed 35c ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Kirk drove to Newton Friday to attend the funeral of Colonel Perry M.' Hoisington. Mr.^ Kirk was one of the honorary pall bearers. After the funeral they drove to Wichita to spend the night, • •. I returning to lola Saturday evening. :'i Mr. and Mrs. Max Sallee of Mo'. • line visited Mr. Bailee's mother, :: Mrs. Pearl Sallee, over the week!! end. Mrp. W. W. Rogers and her! : daughter Miss Mildred of Bronson ' ; •visited Saturday with Mrs. Rogers's i : bristher-in-law and sister-in-law Mr.; • and Mrs. H. D. Smock. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL Lxsts Only One Day Longer! Suits. Plain Dresses, Overcoats. Ladles' Coats -__23c ,IOLA LAUNDRY 102 E.. Jackson Phone 102 Mlas Irene Cooper of Top&a. visited Sunday vltb friends in lola. Mrs. F. C. Ctiddyback returoed Saturday to her borne in Baxter Springs after a two-week visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C, S. Gammon. —New Low Price on Plumbing Fixtures, tola Plumbing Co. Ph. 1175. Mrs. Plus Durbin returned last night from a week-end visit with friends in LeRoy. •Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kersdiner and their granddaughter Maine Knight of Moran were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fudge. Mrs. Fudge is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ker- scbner. CHECK TOUB BATTEST And voull avoid being stalled out in "no man 's land" because of a dead battery. Batteries teated free of charge Low prices on new plates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Horvllle visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Custer Puckett in Buffalo. Mrs. Puckctt lived with Mr. and Mrs. Horvllle for n years. Mrs,' A. S. Austin Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redding and their daughter Jean of Wichita who arrived last evening. McSniRRAY'S Glass-and Cabinet Shop Is Now Located At zn South street PhMie 808 Mrs. William Breen received word from her mother Mrs. R. R. Gates, that she and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl McGovney, all of whom live In Long Beach. Calif., were safe, although their home was damaged extensively. SCAN THIS FOOD LIST Seed Potatoes, Chios and Cobblers, 100-lb. sack $1.25 :1 Radishes, 3 bimches 10c : I Oranges. 252 size. 2 doz. for. .35c : l Peanut Butter, qt. jar ..19c Oleo, 2 lbs. for 17c :• GREENE'S CASH GROCERY : Phone 417 : 1 PAGE THREE *That'is Done,' Says Roosevelt As He Signs 3.2 Beer BiU President Roosevelt affixed bis signature to the i3.2 per cent beer and wine bill, put down the pen and said, "That's done." Here is the president as he ended 13 years of prohibition; of beer and wine. He signed the Cullen bill In the cabinet room of | the White House, making April 7 the first day for legal galea. Miss Wanda Lower returned Sun- ; — diy to her home .southeast of town : Mrs. May Stover of Topeka was a after a week-end visit with her sis-! dinner guest Sunday of her sister ter,Mr.s. Floyd , Hunter. Hunter and .Mr. : GOLD SEAL CONGOLEl .M • —The pick of sprli^g patterns in rugs and .vard Rood.fr now on dis- pJay. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. i - • Mrs. C. S. Gammon IcU Saiuvday for Mlnot, S. D., for an cxtciidcU visit with her daughter. Mrs. Frank K. auliurlc and her lamlly. 'Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Cobb tisited Sunday with their son. Howard Cobb and his family, in Kansas City. Mrs. Sarah Thomp-son. and of her niece Mrs. T. O. Canatsey and her family. Prank Bale, who has been confined to his home the past week, wa.'! able to.be but Saturday for the first time since his Illness. Regular meeting Veterans of PorelRn Wars Tuesday night at Mc- morl^ Hall. C. B .I Crick, Com. SCAN THIS FOOD LIST : Seed Potatoes. Ohlos and Cob• biers. ;iOO-lb. sack .$1.25 : Radishesf 3 bunches 10c ; Oranges.:252 size. 2 doz. for. .35c : Peanut Butter, qt. jar 19c : Oleo. 2 lbs. for 17c : GREENE'S CASH GROCERY i Phone 417 J. H. Little, superintendent, and J. I. Poole, chief dispatcher, of the j M-K-T at Parens, were in town \ Saturday on an Inspection trip. ! Mrs. E. S. Bacon and her son Joe I Bacon went to Wichita yesterday ! for a two-day visit with Mr. and j Mrs. Charles Bacon. Charles Bacon I is a son of Mrs. E. S. Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Northrup and ! ' their daughter Barbara Lee spent Sunday at; Parsons as guests of Mr. apid Mrs. Glenn Freeman. ) Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spencer j-es- terday entertained Mr. and Mrs. M. -E.'Summers of Chanute. .—Spring; Filled Mattresses., nation; ally: advertised, for less. Curtis', 10 ; North Waaiington: Miss Edna Landrum ol Ed wards- vtlle visitesd her parents Mr. and ' Mrs. C. H. Landrum. over the weekend. ;Mr. ancf Mrs. H. V. Knight and theui-children. Hester./Marj- Kath. erine.'and Hale of Hamilton were i w?ek-end kiiests of Mr: and Mrs. B. A. Sutton.' Mr. Knight is a brother :.^f Mrs. Sutton. McKINNEY GROC. & MARKET Blue Ribbon Malt, 3-lb. can...55c Budwelser Malt, 3-lb. can .59c Clothes Baskets, large size 75c Market Baskets : 10c Clothes Pins, 40 for 10c FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hutchison and their daughter Patty of Chanute, former lolans, were business visitors here today. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, who have been guests of Mr& Evans's uncles and aunts Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bush and other relatives the past week, returned today to theh: home in Springfield. Mo. William H. Odor returned yesterday from St. Louis, Mo., where he has been employed at the Armour Packing company the past year and will WTDrk at the Odor Greenhouse. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Oarlock and their daughter, Marion Louise, and P. S. Canatsey returned last evening to Port Scott, after a week-end %islt with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Canatsey. Miss Lucille Canatsey accompanied them home for a short stay. Suit. Coat, or Dress Cleaned and Pressed 30c : This Week Special : 4 Garments for S1.10 All Work Guaranteed :, WARDWAY; CLE.\NERS :' (Formerly Cut Rate) Opp. Postoffice Phone ,775 : • The revival: meetings at the Church of God, First and Neosho, are being well attended; Miss Geor^ gia Lewis of Tulsa is the evangelist in charge. She! is a forceful speaker. The general public Is invited to attend. ' George J. TVombold of Tulsa. Ok., spent the week-end with his family. Dwight Barnes and Richard Weast of Moran were guests Sstimiay night of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smook. —A Lady attendant of fourteen years experience. Sleeper Mortuary. Captain and Mrs. Dale M. Hoagland of St. Joseph. Mo... visited Sunday afternoon with Major T. P. Limbocker. Captain Hoai^and is a field artillery officer of the regular army and is an instructor in the Juztior R. O. T. C. unit of the St. Joseph high school. He and Major Limbocker were school mates in high school and college. RISING STAR Mar. 22.— Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bcltns and Rex were guests of Wil- bnr Kehns at Moran, Sunaay. Loraine B3asa spent the weekend at home. Everett Ketchum and family of Chanute visited at the Nate Ketcii- um home Sunday afternoon. Mlna Lucille Patterson and Helena Brown of Mildred spent Sunday at Elmer Hites. Lee and Loren Snyder spent Sunday with Lloyd Helms. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Eastwood of Moran were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Clara Wilson and children spent; Sunday at Hugn Wil.'-cn's near LaHarpe. Ivlr. and Mrs. Charley McCoy and James visited. Sunday at the par- ent.il Hamilton home. Arlene Hopkins was. a caller at Nate Ketchmn's Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Snyder anti Florence spent Sunday ai, A. J. Springstons. Oatis Zomes and Ronald and Mr. Stapleton went to Klncaid Saturday evening. Quite a number attended the pro- gr-.ini at the .schooliiouse Friday evening. AU enjoyea a very good pro- pram. There weie several outside numbers. . ROCKLOW Mar. 18.—Mr. and Mrs. WIU Deer and family spent S\&iday with Mr! and Mrs. Dean Soman. ! Mrs. Emeiy Bioughton was taken to the Fort Scott hospital Sunday! Miss Marjorie Giteon of Qbanute is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed QUbson anc} family. Mr. and Mrs. George Heckenllable, Ruth, Opal, and Nadja spent Monday evening at Will Deer's. Mrs. Albert Howell'spent Monday, with Mrs, Walter Stewart and baby, i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gale West. Mr. and Mrs. Will Duggan spent Sunday at Prank Hawlcins's and Albert Howell's. Mr. and Mrs. Toto Russell and Betty spent Sunday at Carl Anderson's. Mr. Hammon of Missouri, an old schoolmate of Will Duggan, spent Monday with him. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Howell, and Bob Beaman spent Saturday evening at Vem Cloyd's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed; Gibson, Marjorie. Nila Nadlne, Corwin. and Vh^, spent Friday evening at Will Duggan's. Inez Arbuckle and Anna Jackson spent Sunday at Ed Eastwood's. Corwin and NUa Nadlne Gibson attended a party at? Andy WUey's Monday evening in Humboldt. Roy Perrj'"s attended the senior play in Bronson Tuesday night. New York-^A globe-trotting, flag Is back in a place of honor at the Explorers club. Earl Hanson carried it 23,000 miles on a year and a half journey mainly through thel Jungles of South America. He studied terrestrial magnetism en route. You probably have something you want to sell and the'best way to let the people know about it is through Rpelirtpr Cliwsifled Adf GENEVA Mar. 21.-rLadle8' Aid will meet with Mrs. John OUver Friday, April 14. Roll call current events. • Mr.' and Alis. Frank WoUe. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tidd, Neosho PaUs, were :aftemoon callers Sunday at J. P. Grtnstead's. H; .L. Bamett hasn't been so well this week. Stmday callers were Mr. and airs. Sam Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Barnett. " T. R. Curtis and family ate Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Curtis and Allen. In the afternoon they vL<;ited Cena Dlckerson. : Afternoon visitors at Gib Plcrson':; were; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Merrymati fljvd daughter and Miss Pern Wii- Jlams and brother Gareld and Allen Curtis. : Will Irwin and family, Mr. and iMrs." Walter Irwin and son visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gregory and daughters. - Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Laymon's dinner guests Sunday were Jasper Pow- t'U «hd granddaughter, Maxlne Powell. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Card. Humboldt. Mrs. Frank Mablc and daughters ijrere called to Parsons Sun«%y indmlng by the serious lllnesi, of iheir mother and grandmother, Mrs. W^lis. Mrs. S. A. McCool, Seneca, spent Thursday afternoon visiting M>i. Joe Goslia. .iliss Margaret Irwin spent Sui- day at Joe Gosha's. PARTS—FORD A DEEP CUT PRICES Generators, Exchanire ...$3.98 Starter Spring 34c Spindle Bolts 59c Piston Pins 24c Piston Rings. Set 51.56 Conn. Rod. Exchange 84c ANDREWS & SON lola—14 South Washington Channte-215 East Mahi NOW- AT ALL 01 A MO NO STAT I 0 N S Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smock spent i Sunday in Moran, the guests of their ' daughter Mrs. W, W. Lam and her _ . family. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Barnes „ ' , L . and theh- son Dwight, and H. B- „Mrs. E. G. Troy of Pittsburg and Smith of Moran. also were thert.lMr. and Ata^F. J. Rej-nolds. who Mrs. Barnes is a daughter of Mr. i'i^e east of Bronson. ihave arrived and Mrs. Smock. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Maloney. 817 North Walnut, left today for Em-'[Troy, porta to make their home where Mr. Maloney has accepted a position with the Cut Rate grocery store, owned by J. C. Porter. Mr. Porter formerly operated a grocery store m lola. here called by the death of Mr. Rey- \ nolds's mother Mrs. A. E. Rcj-nolds .J Mrs. Reynolds was a sLstcr of Mrs.! 'Mi.s.s Laura Sherman nnd W. E.: Praase returned thus morning to, Hutchlason after .spending Sunday | with MLss Shermans parents Mr.; land Mrs. H. H. Sherman. "Central" sends help to a Frantic Mother Any; Dress. Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 3 GarmentVfbr 65c SPOTLESS CLE-iSERS Call 797 111 W. Madison C. R. Morau • Mrs. T. E. O'FIaherty and her daughters Miss Julia and Patricia fij^ent Sunday with Mrs. O'Flaherty's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bunyan. in Ottawa. Mrs. L. A. Stone returned Saturday from a two-day visit with her dauRhtcr. Miss Leona Stone In La-' "FRANK SEZ": Welding saves your repair bills. : j : No need of expensli'e replace- : I : ments when you can get It weld- : ed at much less cost. : Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop ! : Blacksmithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork ; i . 12 N. Wataut Phone 11,9 : Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Taylor had as their guests for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Creason and their son Don of Ka'vana, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carman and their son Roy of Augusta, and Mrs. Sarah Newton of Coyville. Mrs. Taylor is a daughter of Mrs. Newton and is a sister of Mrs. Creason and Mrs. Carman. Harold Crook, a student at the Harpc. MI .SS Stone Is an Instructor'! ^"l^'crsity °^ Kansas, spent the -in the LoHariJe high school. Remove the Fooiilhes : I From Your Face 47 NEW EASTER STYLES Blur. Chaff Beige. Grey. White and Black— AAAA to D H.4B:RISON'S BOOTERY week-end with his father E. H. Crook and his family, who lives southwest of town. .. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hugenot and j "theh- daughter Dorothy visited Sunday with Mrs. Hugenbt's brother W. A. Wright and his family, who live Southeast of town, i Mr. and Mrs. John Bergman had as their guests for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Keever, and Mr. and, iMrs. Prank Payne and their daugh- ! ter Miss rvwima of Burlington, and Mr. and! Mrs. G. J. Benedict of Ottawa, arid Mrs. J. W; Benedict and th^ daughter Helen, and ,.and Johnny Bergman Jr. were also guests of the. Bergman's. SELF SERVICE MARKET Kraut ..5c Beef to Boil 5c Hamburger. 4 ll>s. 25c Steak. Sh-loin 12He Roast Beef 7c Bacon,.SUced. 2 lbs —25c Fresh^Fish and Oysters Clyde Thoroman of lola has recently been Initiated into Phi Sigma, national honorary biological fraternity at the University of Kansas. Mr. Ih^roman is a son of Mrs. E. C. Thoroman. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M Mason of Gas City were dinner guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Pinley. The.Rev. Mri Mason delivered the sermon at the morning services Sunday at the First Methodist church. J immy Ratliff, 12 years old, went fishing with his chum. They took the little .410-gauge shotgun saying.. ."Gonna kill us a rabbit fox bait." There was a report from the gim at the pond, a quarter of a mile from the house. Jimmy was shot... hurt badly. A frantic mother ran to the telephone ... "Centralf A doctor qtiick!" Lucy Adamst at the switchboard, called the doctor's office. He wasn't in. She rang the telephone at his home, and he wasn't there. She tried the cafe, and located him. Within five minutes the doctor was speeding toward the Ratliff home. The little boy was weak when the doctor arrived. He dressed the woimd.. .sent Jimmy to tJie hospital. The boy is out playing again now.* J"* f r Twenty-four hours of each day the telephone is ready for your calls. Whether it be for the doctor, to get the price for eggs or cream, to order a part for a machine, or to 'visit a neighbor.. .the telephone pays itswsLy. Vou can buy few things which cost so little and are worth so much. PrX is the greatest motor fuel value off all time. It is ah entirely n^w product, made only in the Piamond refinery by the exclusive ''X" process. D-X is volatile for qtiickeit starting, has a high oc- tiitie rating for anti-knock per- fofmance and has the distinctive property of providing needed lubrication to upper cylinder parts valves, pistons and rings. It makes motors run smoother, faster* longer — reduces repair expense — lessons carbon de- •Atraotocy. SOUl^HWSSTERM BELL TELEPHONE CO. TESTS HIGHEST SitARTS QUICKEST HIGHEST AWn-KNOCK posits, peing the "Successor to Gasoline'* it does all that any gasoline can do —and more! Absolutely startling perfclrmance and economy records are being made daily with D-X. Try it yourself- one tankf ull will convince you that here, at last, is the perfect motor fuel! D-X can be Identified by its golden amber color and its distinctive odor—be siire you accept no substitute.' MId-Continert Petroleum Corporation, Tulsa, Oklahoma. AND IT DXI2-4C HE A D OF

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