Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 28, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA, KANSAS" I Sheriff arid liSrs^ Bud Hurley visit^ Sunday afternoon, with Mr. and Mrs. 'Curtis Kent in Oarnett. • Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Dugan o{ Oittawa were guests Sunday of Mr. arid Mrs. Ey S. Reynolds. —A. R. Chambers, M. D. Office MitteU»ach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. jMrs. L. A. Franlclln of Topeka. «|ho has been the guest of Mr. and iXrs. F. S. Bennett the past few diiys, went to Chanute today. *«iss Helen Gates ; left Saturday tar a visit with a sorority sister in Galena. Miss Juanita Stevenson will have as her orer-night guest tonight Miss Lois Barker of LaHarpe. —Merchandise of quality at moderate prices. Sleeper Mortuary. Orville Skelton arrived Saturday afternoon from Wichita for a visit with his Bister, Mrs. E. S. Reynolds and her family. PAINT UP: : Give the bid walls and ceilings : A chance to show their true col- ; ors. Oriental flat wall paint. : washable-^SL'S per gallon, i SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29 Mrs. Roy Swanson lelt yesterday t. afternoon for Melvern to take care • of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Arb, who is crlilcally ill viih pneumonia. Merris Dice visited Sunday with ; rvcemont Clinkenbeard. who lives : north of town. j poH,CH GJLIDERS i —By Simmons, More Style. More r^Cotnfort. More Quality, at lower - prices. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Atzbach en; teJlalncd Harry Boyd and Roy Pa: ton of St. Louis, Mo., at dinner- last • evening. THET'SE DEUCIOUSS Fairmont's Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese, and Dairy Products are pure, nutritious and tasty. Made in lola by Fairmont Craunetr Co. Phone 91 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morrison and their children moved to 922 North Chestnut yesterday from a farm located northeast of town. ! —Why Pay More for Chick Starter? Super-Mash, per cwt, $1.76; Four Bells, per cwt., $1.90. R. C. McKinney Feed Store. Opp. P. O. Guy Cook returned today from Wichita where he has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Woodin arid her family, the past four days. \ SELF SERVICE MARKET Frankfurters 10c Beef to Boil. 5c and 4c Steak (Tender) 12 '"C Pork Tenderetts 22c Liver. Baby Beef 15c Hamburger, 4 lbs 25c Dill Pickles, 4 for 10c THE TOLA DAILY BEQISTER. TUESDAY. EVENING. MARCH 28.1983. M. Ii. Brown of GOlooy.; a former lolan, was a business viiitor hei« Monday. b. L. Tunier, St. Louis. Mo., spent the week-erid with his famUy. Mi- Turner Is representetive for the General Foqds company. Meek's POIXT ANN CAFE Invites Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leavitt and their son to be its guests to dinner Wednesday. Complete Chicken Dinner from Cocktail to Dessert. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Long and their children, Mary Jane. Betty Lou and ynUa Dean, who live near Blue Mound, were guests Saturday of Mr. Long's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long. —Complete and satisfactory service. Waugb Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. OUbert had as their guests for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. E. OUbert and their son Ned of Parsons. C. E. Gilbert is a brother of C. W. Gilbert. D. B. Phillips, proprietor of the Phillips Barber shot), ha^ been quite ill at his home since Friday but is reported better today. Siam Sends Us a Royal Envoy Aay Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed 3Sc- Insist on Shoes That Fit.' Complete Easter'Showintr Black. ChaH Beige; Grey,White ; —$2.98 CENTRAL SHOE DEPT. i Richardson's D. ,G. Store Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Soderbeck spent Sunday with Jake Anderson and his family at Elsmore. : • I • —' ! • i —Tune In on 1175 for Plumbing -1 and Repair Work. lola Plumbing Co. • ] CM. L<^an returned Sunday evi- ::ening from a week-end visit with : i his daughter, Miss Helen Logan, in • : Wichita. Miss Gladys Balk , resumed her work as bookkeeper at the tola Laundry this afternoon after being • confined to her bed by illness since 1 Sunday. j : Spring is here. See Antrim for I " Wall Paper. 219 North Jefferson. ' • McSnjRRAV'S Glass and Cabinet Shop Is Now Located At 217 South Street Phone 808 ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Raymond (Lefty) Wagner has installed equipment (or restringlng tennis rackets and a complete line of teiinis rackets and balls and Reach baseball supplies in' the Layle Wallpaper and Paint department at Cook's. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Foust returned today from Kansas City where they witnessed Paul Muni In "Counsellor-at-Law" at the Shubert. Mrs. Zora Cox and Miss Clara Harris had as their guests for the week-end their brother. H. L. Har- ris; and Mr: and Mrs. S. R. Knox, , I and their son Harris Richard Knoxi '"eht. ' of Herington. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Richardson went to Kansas City this morning to purchase spring merchandise for the Leader. They will return to- DRY CLEANING SPECIAL Suits. Plain Dresses, Overcoats.'or Ladies' Coats 4: -3Sc- Hats, Cleaned and Blocked—50c IOIi.\ LAUNDRY •102 E. Jackson Phone 102 ; Miss Geraldine Ruth Rowden '•spent last night with Miss Earline • Morrison, who lives in East Lawn addition. BARGAINS. • —Occasional Chairs. Studio Couch; e."i. • Day Beds, and Pads, Curtis' i ; Furniture, 10 N. Washington. - Mrs. John Carter of Carlyle, who - underwent a major operation Mon; day at the Southwestern Osteopathic hospital in Wichita, is getting along | ; nicely, according to her sister, Mrs. . O.E. Skinner of lola. I ; ; The New 1933 aiAJESTIC ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Now on Display Lower priced than last year Terms—We Trade W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE ; 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 • Mr. and Mrs. Dale Newland and . their son Dale Jr. of Chanute visit- :ed'Sunday with Mrs. Newland's mother, Mrs. Emlie Bates, and her family, and Her brother Kenneth • Ab6U, and Mrs. Abell. -^Dr. H. L. Lacy, Deptist. Office : over Browns Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mrs. Mary Dye, who has l>een the . guest of her sister, Mrs. S. E. Mcr . GiiSnis and Mr. McGiniUls since Saturday, will return tomorrow to her home in Vinita, Okla. Mrs. E. L. Koperski'.and her chili^en Nancy and John Jerr>-. who ^'Tiave been spending the winter with Mrs. Koperski's mother Mrs. George Grover, left last Wednesday for a ! two-day visit \rtth Mr. find Mrs. Al: lari McFaddeii in Washington, Mo., ! before going to New York City ; where they sailed today on the ' Christobal for their home in Bal- boa HelghU, Canal Zone. YOU KNOW : —that a genuine ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC WASHER at $49.50 Is a remarkable value. See it at A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook and their chlld;en Joan and Bobbie rcr turned Monday to their home in Toj- peka after a week-end visit with Mr. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrsl E. L. Cook. ! Rath Dean Beauty Shoppe Croquignole OH Permanents $1.50 Shampoo and Finger Wave 35c 210 S. Wash. Phone 283 SUPER SERVICE '. FOR YOUR CAR General Repair Olllnir and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.— Phone 80 Dr. E. C. Cannon left Monday afternoon for Parsons on business. He will return the latter part of the week. Mrs. John P. Christy, who has been ill the past four weeks, is improved, her daughter, Mrs. Joe Butcher, said today. NEW SHIPMENT Jacqnard Velonr Parlor Suites covered all over, reversible spring cushions— D &Iy. $29.50. Why pay more? Easy Terms. Free Delivery. W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jefferson—lola Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dullea and their sons Maurice and David returned Sunday evening from Lawrence where they spent the day with Mrs. Dullea's sister, Mrs. A. H. Stir- naman and her family. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Dullea's aimt, Mrs, James Doyle of Lawrence, who will be their guest. WeicoRiers blinked aa ttiey cauglit tbia Qrst EUmpse ot Slttm'a new Minister to the United States. . For dimiautive Prloce Damras Damrong Uevakula, shown here with bis family as they arrived in New york. markedly rescujbies anotber member of Siamese royalty well known to Americana from his 1931 visit—King Prajadbipok. Th« King and the Prince are first coualna. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. CampbeU and their son Garj- Gene vLsited Sunday with Mr. Campbell's brother. Charles CampbeU. and Mrs. CampbeU, Fort 3cott. Robert Bills of Williamsburg us visiting his uncle and aunt. Mi", and Mrs. D. R. Phillips. Any Dress, .Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed —~25c^ 3 Garments for 65c SPOTLESS CLEANERS Call T97 ni W. Madison C. R. Morau Mrs. B. B. Harris arrived last evening Irom Arkan.sas Cit.v for a week's visit in the homes of her sisters. Mrs. Can-ie Wiight in Gas City and Mrs. C. \V. Hackett. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curtis and their children and George Donald vi.sited Sunday with Mrs. L. L. Donald and her family In Independence. MrKINXEY GROC. & MARKET Salted PpanuLs. lb. 10c; 3 lbs. 25c Chipso. lar^c pkg 18c Vanilla Flavorint;. 8 oz. liottle l.'ic Onion Plant-s. per bunch 5c Olives, cuart jar .: 33c FREE DELIVERY HO S. Wash, Phone 173 Mrs. Lena Brown and Mrs. Pearl Dressier and her sons spent Sunday afternoon in Colony, the guests of Mrs. Brown's son M. L. Brown and his femily. TENNIS PLAYERS Tennis Rackets Restrung Guaranteed 24-Hour Senice Armour Strings Used Exclusively R. (Lefty) WAGNER Laylc's at Cook's Drag Store Phone 67 Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McGlnnis and Mrs. G. W. Booth returned Sunday [evening to their home In Kansas City after Spending the week-end with Mr. and Mi-s. H. S. Porter and Paul Slazel. Mr. Stazel accompanied ihem home for a few duys' visit. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Henderson and their .^n E)onald spent Sunday in Kansas City as guests of Mrs. Henderson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Muule. and of Mr. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Henderson. Try BURT'S CASH FEED & PROD, for Garden Seeds. Onion Sets, and Cabbage Plants 18 E. Jackson Phone 1400 Dr. and Mrs. F. X. Lpn.ski returned last niglit from El Dorado .where they attended a meeting of the El Dorado Field Trial club and a dog sho»- given under the auspices of the club. Three registered pointer dogs belonging to Dr. Lenskl which were entered in the show won tliree first prizes. Mr. and Mrs. , George Sherwood and their son Bobble spent Sunday with Mr, Sherwood's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherwood, arid his uncle' lind aunt Mr. and Mrs, George Sherwood, who live southeast o^ town. IM UCBteS: Remember the ' KOZY KOVE for Chicken Dinner Wednes- .day. The place where your dollar has more cents. 'Tools" is the title of a handsome book of .some 64 pages Just published by The Register Job department for Charles M. Cortner, superhitend- ent of agents for the Midland Life Insurance company, of Kansas City. Rather a curioas title for a book dedicated to the insurance business. But as the author says in his preface: "Every bit of information gained by an Insiurance agent is an added working tool to his profession. A well stocked mind is to the life insurance salesman what a vreU stocked kit Is to the mechanic." And the Iztsuranoe agent who reads this htly and well written book will inly have a lot of tools In bis This is the fourth edition of -'^ools." The first one, a very modest little pamphlet indeed, was published in January, 1925; the second, showing B healthy growth. In July, 1928; the third, bigger apd better, hi November, 1929; and the foiurth, )i4^est and best, lii March 1933. STATES HOLIDAY STAND Csl A. W«rd, President Kansas Farmen Union, Giva His Views on Farmers Holiday Plan. the following statement appeared in the "Kansas Union Farmer" pf March Iff and is printed in the Register in order that its readers may know the position tak£n by this veil known farm leader. The writer accepted the courteous invitation of several prominent national Farmers Union leaders and PAGE THREE- last Sunday and Monday attended conferences and meetings of the national Fanners Holiday association held at Des Moines. The Farmers Holiday is not a new movement to the most of our leaders. It came into existence because of an urgent need to meet an emergency. It "was never hitended by its leaders to supplant farm organizations, ; but rather to supplement them. I •me Farmers Holiday's purposes and intents are wholesome. The apparent downfaU and collapse of our national economic system included a prostrate agriculture. Organized agrlcultiure has declared for the past /our years that agriculture" representing one-fourth of our national population must be restored. Farm leaiders have declared that all attempts will fall unless agriculture is put on its feet. This theory is being more generally accepted at this tline than at any time during the past ten or fifteen years. The National Farmers Holiday association anticipates crystallizing hnmedlate action, and expects to call forceful attention to the needs of American agriculture. This must be done and done at an early date. The Farmers Holiday program demands action on the part of our state and national govenunent. The movement has been classified by some as radical and revolutionary, but worthwhile progress in our American leadership has always been achieved after a period of crusading. The law makers of our country perform most effectively when power is applied. Power is the result of numbers— numbers which have come about because of a condition. This condition is a picture before every American at this time. Farmers by the thousands are losing their homes because of foreclosure. Farmers' equities are being absorbed and wiped out because of selfish avaraclous graft on the part of a comparatively small number of our citizens who na:«r control more than 90 per cent of the nation's vesith. Twelve or more million men and women are out of work. All of these are patriotic and want an oppor tunlty to worit that they migtt furnish food and raiment for | their families. At present milliona are deprived of these privileges, j Can thesi conditions remain much! longer? The answer is NO. The national Farmers Holiday association isj making a desperate effort that niany of these Ills may be cured. The writer attended a mass meeting on last Monday of something like SOOO farmers from the state of Iowa, who met at Des Moines to discuss these problems. Mo better farm speeches were ever delivered from a platform. The audience was ver? attentive. An expression of sternness and determination I was upon their faces. They represented every county hi the stote of Iowa. They were there for business and thehr business was to follow thehr leader for immediate state, and national legislation which woulc^ save our people. What Shall Be the Attltnile gf the Kansas Farmers Union? Your Farmers Union leaders have given this subject careful thought. We have spent long and t^ious hours considering its pofisiblllties and advantages. Your leaders {want to i|cpreseht you. We want to represent you In the most practical, constructive way. We want to preserve the good name and purposes of the Kansas Farmers Uniorj. We want the Kansas Farmers Union to be the outstanding farm organization in our state when the j mists have cleared away and the cloud has passed over. i That is our wish and our responsibility. ,We have not desired to re­ tard, block or handicap thlsN>r any other constructive program, that will lead our people out of the wilderness of despair. We believe with an eternal faith that the security of the republic rests in the ownership and possession of farm hrmes.. The leaders of the National Farmers Holiday association desire quick action in Kansas. The inovement alreiEidy has takeq root in several of our communities. Your state leaders have been asked to give their approval. We are doing thlS now. Our only reservation is that we need the support of each and every one of our members in order that this movement may be directed sanely and wisely within our state so that our organization will not be left yreaker when the National Farmers Holiday movement has passed on, but that we will be stronger by the support of thousands of our jKansas farmers who have not yet seen fit to align themselves with our organization.—Cal A. Ward. HAVECOLORIH CHEEKS If your skin is yellow—complexion pallia-!-tongue coat«i—appetites poor, —j-ou have a bad taste in your mouth —a lazy, no-good feelingr-r-you should tryOlive Tablets. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets—a substitute for calomel—were prepared by Dr. Edwards after 20 years of study. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound. Know them by their olive color. To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days, you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels like catomel—yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and help overcome constipation. Take nightly and note the pleasing results. Millions of boxes sold yearly. 15c, 30c. 6Qc . Chicago—Delegates attending the confectionery Jobbers' alliance said they were not worried over tl^ return of beer, asserting it woulWiave small effect on the sale of candy. They said the candy eating habit was established too firmly In this country to be ^affected. Announcing! Vogue Pattern Service You May Now Buy Vogue Patterns Here. This is one more forward step in giving the-utmost In fashion to our cvistomns. '"Vogue Patterns Cost a Few depts More . . . But the difference is Style Insurance." SENEKER DRY GOODS CO. lOLA'S POPULAR STORE

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