Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 30, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 30, 1933
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1»AGE TWO ClETY, BONNIE LESLEY O saw ye bohnie Lesley ; As she gaed o'er the border? i She's gane, like ; Alexanaer, ,TG spread her conquests Tarther. To see her is to love her, • And love but her forever; : Eor NatUre made her wnai she is, - And never made anitherr... The Powers aboon will tent thee; Misfortune sha'na steer thee; • "niou'rt like themselves sae lovely, ; That ill they'll ne'er let near thee. ' Return ftfjaln, fair Lesley, Return to Caledonle! That we may brap we hae a Uss Thcres nane again sae bonnle. —Robert' Bums. Mr. and Mrs.- Flnlcy Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Roy FInley entertained at dinner Tuesday evening. :;Mr. and Mrs. 'W. P. Holden, Sterling. ; Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. , Reed and son Billy. Stanley Lovestedt, Virginia Finley, and Roy D. ;Plnley Jr. : ' • • O jMiss 'VV'«idlcin Entertains ^Bridee Club • Miss Lloa Weldlein ' entertained ; her bridge club last evening in the ihome of Mrs. B. L. McNiel. The high : score prize was won by Mrs. Merle 'Lannlng and "second high by Miss : Beatrice McMiuray. Three guests, •Mrs. Robert Trombold. Mrs. War- ;ren Perham, Mrs. Merle Lanning, and the following members were ^present: Misses Margaret Roberts, '..Isabel Ashford, Blanch Marmoni, - 'Beatrice McMurray, and Mrs. Joiseph Chehaske. <'•:•<• Surprise Party for 'Ittiss Brown : A group of people from the Baptist Temple surprised ' Miss Ruth -Brown with an ail day party Wed- ;nesday in her home, taking covered ;dishes for a dinner at noon. Tho -present were: Frances Payne. jElora ehman. Rose Dodd; Mesdames' :Dan Fi-y. Mac Kidney, John Funk- ; :houser, E. L..Cook. Fannie Morris, •C. E. Lehman, Cora Payne. F. O. jBenson, Mary Taylor, O. H. Dorsett, i 'W. ~E. Eastwood: the Rev. and Mrs. i iJ. H. Sowerby. and Olin Jordan. • • • Mrs. Harrison Entertains 'Oontract Bndere Club Mrs. E. E. HaiTison entertained •;li8r contract bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home. Mrs. K. H. •Voust and Mrs. E. E. Lynn received Jthie high score favors. Mrs. Cedric jlWllson was a giisst. Lunch was served after cards. Members attending yrere: Me.sdame.s J. D. Mittelbach, J. L. Hair, R. B. Northrup. Verne J^orthrup, K. H.' Foust and E. E. lynn. '><•<' Torch Bearers'Class lEntertained ' : The Torch. Bearers' class of the First Methodist church "was entertained Monday evening by Miss Floy McDarius in the home of Mrs. Leo Glsh. One guest. Mrs. Ed McGannon, and the following members Were present: MLsses Alice Menzie, iCatherine Bennett, Margaret Rob- prts, Lloa Weidlcin. Bon Kessinger. Helen Willis; Mesdames Joe Chehaske and Russell Major. • • • .Bcott-Jordan Miss Leona iFem Scott, youngest flaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. SCott of Colony and Olin L. Jordan, youngest son of Mr- S. O. Jordan jof Tulsa, Okla., were united in marriage at the, study of Dr.- J. H. Sow- wby at the Baptist temple this aft- .ternoon at two o'clock. Miss LaVone -jFisher of Tola and Herman Scott of jColony, brother of the bride, accom- i|)anied the couple. Immediately fol- iowlng the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Jordan left for Emporia to spend the . .week-end at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John H. Kent. They will be at home to their friends after April first at 306 North Cottonwood. ; Mrs. Jordan was graduated from the Colony high school in 1923 and from the St, Francis- hospital in ; Wichita in 1928. At present she is a member of the Kansas State Nurses' association. • Mr. Jordan is a gi-aduatc of the lola high school and Ottawa uni- • yersity. At present he is, working in the laboratory of the Lehigh Port- liand Cement company. (Answers wlU be found on Page 3) KANSAS BRIEFS (By the Associated Press) TOE TOLA DAILY-REGISTER. THURSltAY EVENING. MARCH 80. 1938. NEWS OF MILDRED The Rev. J. C. Laae Is Attending^ a Methodist Ministers' Confer- enee in Lawrence , Topekn—'While \ 3.2 beer may or may not have anything to do with It.,Kansas farmers are putting in a bumper barley crop this spring. A report of J. F. Jarrell, agricultural manager of the Santa Pe railroad disclosed the barley crop "probably will be the largest In the state's history—about I million acres or an increase of nearly, a third." .Jarrell, in his monthly crop report, estimated that from 30 to 50 per cent of the winter -wheat acne- a^c sown last fall in western Kansas would be abandoned because ot dry weather. Lrwence—Wilbur Coen of Kan^. sas City, may now put a Phi Beta Kappa key among the trophies he has- won on the tennis courts. Tl\s tennis star was among 31 seniors of the Uniyersity of Kansas to be elected to the national scholastic fraternity. Topska--Registration of all types of motor vehicles in the state so far this >^ar total 318,463 or 74.866 less than on the same date a y«ar ago. The report was made yesterday by Victor L. King, state motor vehicle commissioner. A 50-cent penalty will be assessed against all persons who fail to make apnlication for their licenses before April 1. Topeka—Postponement until next Monday of a conference to be held between the state tax commission and the executive board of the state association of county commissioners relative to proposals for reductions in real estate and improvement valuations, was announced here yesterday. The conference was to have been Jield here today.. MILDRED, Mar. 30—Mr. and Mrs. Charley Merrlfleld spent Sunday at Erve Canedy's at Selma. Hubert Brown who is working fit the cement_plant In Fredonla spent Sunday with his family. ""Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crabtree spent Sunday with his parents at Kincaid. Mrs. Earl Riggs and son Eddie of Humboldt, Mi-s. Russell Reynolds. w ;vida and John Wayne were visitors at Theodore Hutton's Sunday. Rev. J. C. Lane is attending conference at Lawrence this week. Mr. and Mrs. Andy McAdam of Lone Elm, John McAdams. Parsons, George T. McAdam and Alva Mendell of Moran spent Sunday afternoon at Hank McAdams. Neal Mann visited relatives and friends here the past two -weeks. Mrs. Sam Thompson visited at Frank Thompsor'a Sunday. Ed Canfield spent the week-end in lola. Friends here have received the announcement of the marriage of Fred Jr., eldest .son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olmstead, Grandvlew. Wash. The Olmsteads formerly lived here and their many friends extend congratulations. Mrs. Pauline Ensminger and little sons George Jr. and Ernest of La- Harpe spent Sunday at the parent?il Phillips home. Mrs. Jim Maxwell of Kansas City and Mrs. Jack Blagg of Olatlie. who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Millard Heath, have returned to their homes. , Mrs. Gill Ruxton and sons spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Busley and attended church in La- Harpe. Miss Adams, county superintendent, announces that the annual school meeting of Kansas will not be held this year until May. Mr. and Mrs. Osro Minkley, Oswego, spent the week-end at the parental Millard Heath home. Mrs. Anna Tolivar of Pleasanton BATTERIES 100 Per Cent New Materials, fully .guaranteed, exchange prices: Junior, 6 months .. .53.29 13 Plate, 12 months .....53.89 15 Plate, 18 months $5.69 17 Plate, heavy duty ....$6.79 12 Volt Dodge S7.85 ANDREWS & SON Jola—14 South Wastaitisrton Chanute—^215 East Main spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Lena Sinclair. Mrs. George Ruxton is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dean Keeton and Mr. Keeton to Kansas City. Prom there she will go to Lawrence to attend conference as a delegate of the Mildred church. " Miss Margaret Stougb, Miss Dorothy Moore andlMlss Pauline Miller attended the community n\eetlng Ui Kincaid Saturday night, and Pauline gave a piano solo. The high school will have their music "try-out" Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Jaynes went to Yates Center Monday to visit Roy Shiyely's and Mrs. Jaynes remained for a longer visit. Stanley Oizbnof Claremore] Ok., spent Monday at school vi^tin^ the prlmarj^ rbtim. Hank MoAdams is doing some carpenter work for M. M. 'Cubbison. Mrs. Jess Williams spent part of last week with Her husband at Colony. Charles Garrison and family spent 1 Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Garrison, near Kincaid. Mrs. Bowen and Mrs. Page, La- lOLA. KANSAS Harpe. called at Hank McAdams Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Merrificld spent Sunday at Theodore Hutton's. Mrs. Barl Sheffer. who lived here before moving to Elsmore, has so far recovered from her operation as to be able to leave the hospitaT and reitmii to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank pennlson spent Saturday and Sunday at the John Justice home. Mr. and Mrs.. Estil Dixon and Stanley. Claremore, Gkla„ were In town. Monday, getting their goods which were stored here. They took RICHARDSON'S REDNICHOLS And ma WORLD FAMOUS PENNIES Nevada, Mo. 3 N. H. S. GYMNASIUM Saves You Money on the Things You Need First QuaUty Oilcloth, yard 13c $L00 Fancy Panel Curtains .. .: 69c 50c China Cotton Batts, per batt 33c Coats Cotton Thread, 300-yd. Spool .. .6c Stevens Linen Crash, yard .... 1V2C Extraordinary Sale of Wash Dresses Regular $1.00 values, each 69c Regular 59c values, each 39c New Coats <& Dresses This week we made a special purchase of new Spring Coats, you'll be thrilled with these new flattering styles. $5.95 to $16.50 Extra Special 20 Spring Coats carried over. Values to $10.75. Choice $1.98 J\w Banquet DRESSE $1.95 to $10.75 New Styles and Colors. I.arge Size Prints Special $5.95 Another New Selection at $2.95 in New Silk . Dresses. BLOUSES & SKIRTS 10 Per Cent Discount on Entire Line. 98c to $2.95 Kid Gloves All New Shades $1.39 to $1.95 A Carload of Hats New Cotors. New Styles Easter Cnptu, Ktrawii, Brimt, Sailon and!' Turban .H, Black, Navy, Gray, Beige..' Every Head Size. Unusual Values in Silk Slips 59c to 1.95 , Cut and Extra Lon;; them in Mr. Broslus' truck and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Nevltt Jr. and Delia Ann accompanied them hyme aiid will bring the truck beck. |L Mr and Mrs. Clovls Rodrock of Kincaid spent Sunday at Wilter Rodrock's. ' Walter Gushing, who is in the hospital at Port Scott recovering from a major operation, has not been so well th? past week. Mr. arid Mrs. Jesse Riggs went to the hospital Saturday and found him better. His many friends hope he continues to Improve. • j Floyd Walton and family dro\]e to Kansas City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hoe of lola went with them. The original recipe for the famous Worcester sauce was bought for a feyii dollars by the head of the firm th&t makes it. ; x 1C They've Stood the Teit of Time Established 1906 Williams Monument Works 301 So. Wash. lola, Kas. Farm relief in sight! Great public works planned! More work ahead! 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Especially trim for . hard-to-fit menf Pajama Check NAINSOOK Marathon Hats $1.98 S2-98 Heaviest Wear — Constant Washing — won't fade BOYS' SHIRTS OUARANTBBD FAST! The most stvie and auality you've EVER seen fbr the price! High • count br<»dctoth- or fancy, percaleil Meet them here at Penn^y's,; where they' their ^st> . . . and least expensive! Frocks with the new sWvcs, the new necklines, the JQ^ sashes and tie-backs tha^ are ; Fashion's dictates for 19331 Rough and flat crepes, new sheers! Polkas, plaids and monotones! Jabots, ascotBf scarfs, lingerie touches! 1 ;

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