The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on March 24, 1927 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 24, 1927
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ST ,^here| shall be silence wider than :; ; the spa's . Be.^re the tides return. ' Ere lyide wastes Mralcen ,at an an\' cicnt; w-ord, And on the beaUlanUs" sunset beacons bnm. ^befe shall, be silence echplesa as , peaks j Before the winds,of da>-i Spread noble pinions to uniionqucr- cd skjcs, I 4nd o'er down's flaming| heights find fearless .way.; .. .There shall be silence deeper than the p$ace' , ; *Of lips that'' shall not sjieak Though love uiianswcred with eler- . nal Uoipip ; f For on/c ;losi word eternjjlly may seek! ".• . —Arthur Wallaco I'eacli Njsw York;TiniC!>. degk-ee in' the Kansas State cultural College at Manhattafji, has received the honor of jfippointment as assistant to Dr. Shej-man it Columbia University. XeW l^orlij City, who is at the head of the nut rition department »f Colnmbia UJiiversity and is said to be classed as the greatest authority on nutriti »n' in the; world. .Miss Hartley wl 1 begin' her work at Columbia U liver- sity in August and will receive h'er (\ioctor's degree ne.xt year {under ftr.. Sherman. aiiss Hartley de'serrc.s the kreat- est^credit for her faithful work along educational linos for sle has acquired It. entirely by herself. Her in the I /WiMtnesdny: Aucliiiu Club ^,WK. En^rirtfliii III$iis The Wediiesday Auction rlub low score players Jfor tliti, half of • tttc season entertained the winnccs last night ^t asovfn o'clock.dinner - an.d bridge in the Kf-IIcy liolel prill ropm!.,.Jonquils centered the tables. I • * 'Mrs. J.-G. Stadl.T an /I .Mr. W. S. Fees: received I IIK I I scoro f:ivors. Mr, ^nd Mrs. J. D. .Mittellta .h. Mr. and,Mrs. W. S.Kc .s ami !^r. UimiA vSchiangqr Wero guests The club . inefflbers wnrd: ! V Mr] and Mr;;i. .1. C. Siadlqr. .Mr. , and Birs. J. J. Griffin. Dr. and .Mrs. P. SJ MitfchcU; Mr. and Mr?. Fred " I^atbn. Mr. and Mr.n. L. V. Ho wins : anc[ Miss Hazel BowUm.' J •• : • •*••;••[ • ;^ • a '* f » «: 4 » :« « 4 » * • • • Foi-Frid;iy and Safurdar • $3.5j0 valiie Silk Scarfs. \ • < .• (in sale at u52.S5 • Made of heavy (luality (Jeorg- 'lette-And radium :ulk i)a figured arid plain effects Wth hemstitched and S^iiuji jsilit 'fringe finish .showiv injiivcry conceivable popular SpriiiK ' Shade. | i : RA MS AV'S • • * Party for Mrs. Klllif i Sirs. £arlc '0.| Fethcrlin; was house hostess last night at a| picnic Supper and party in compliment lo ; Mrs. Dbwey Blliff. of jChfindler. Okla., formerly Miss Ldttle Her- ,Tlcl<,.of lola. ; i : .The guests took favorlto covered dishes and the evening was spent inlprmailly/with music andipanus. The guests w^e: j i Miss Catherine G OSK. fMlHs Viv; lani Rigis Mis$ Winifred iThornlon, Miss Hazel Stiffron. .M I SH^ Faye Auierbacb. AU'tis Klizabjth Kiggs, Miss ViTlan;Suffron. Misk Virginia SnitbliMifls Glessnor Ab^iolt. .Mb<H Ella Old. Mr^. I. P. Murray. Springfield. Mb.. Mrs^ Keith Richardson. Mrs; James Lane, Mr.-J. Richard Tobey, Dolorlf) Fcth «rlin and nobby Tetherlin. ^ Unit^ GladyK Kartley ' ]l«eelvek Honoi-s ' Miss Gladys Hartley, who taught tour years in_ the Tola high school arid now Is, making her master's Ida friends, oi whom she many, congratulate her and her unbounded success. Miss has Wi!?l, Hartley! was drie of the most ptjpular tcai'hers of the lola' .schools, and mafle her Ihohie with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bollinger while 'eni|(I(>ycd hcr^. j "{ I •:• -i' <' llo^loss to BKdiie (lub Mrs. (". f'. .Vuslirriiiim. r .L 'l N'ortli V'alnut sttcpl, wa.s hostess y "Htf -r- dax atono o'clock luncheon to the members pt her bridge club. High score wa.s jilayed by Mrs. ('.:R. Spencer. The nieiuliers present, wen?: Mrs. I.. U Norlhrup. .Mrs. \V. K. Itundall. M M. F . J. Horton. Mrs. n. V. .Norh rnp. Mrs. J. F. Foust. Mrs. .I.O.i ' B. Sponccr.l : I •:• * • ISiiflirNc .Ifis. (Jraco A. Deckor Twen,ty friends went to the nonir of NIrs." Gr ice A. Decker at 4::!<t yesterday in'tcrnoon with colored dishes-fori:i surprise dinner. I .Mrs. Decker haii ally all win Mittclbach and Miis. C. surprise dinner, been a shut-in prajcUc or but Is rcgalninB her usuSl liqaiili. She was honored with tliis jC ^urtesy because ofj her recovery ; rid her occasional cncb :at d fferent orgariizatloiis In whicli she has been active. i ,•>•:• •> Attrndi^ knnsns University Woiien's tliih Ten ; Mrs. Ge<|i-gfe J. Trombold. o East Jackson avenue, Tuesday from Kansas City, v^-herc she; went jto.^ vi.sit .Mr. Tronjibold and to attpirjl a tea given by Amferlcan JAssoclatlon pt Uijivcr- sitjf Women.' Triiilty (.ejebrates Foitiidpr's ^ay I?ounder's Day of the' Women's Foreign MiKgionary society wa ^ observed by I the Triniljy Metliodlsl Episcopal jchnrch' society Tui sday ?ift'ernQon In the churpli. Sirs. L. .,1^. McMillan, president of:the society, officiated. Mr*. H. P;,Wicks played a pidno selection. GOITRE CAUSED pHpKING ! airs. Gist • Rep^rt.t .Prompt! Kollef Coiorle'ss Lltdmenf Us^d, -pMrs. Charles L. Gist, A^indsor. .Coio.t says:' "After the second application of Sprbol-Quadrjiple. I could tell a dlfferenop. I was rc- lleved .almost iristanlly of the ter. rible choking pain. Now am absolutely free from tlirobli ng and choking'. Yon can not toll liy. a;,>- .pes^riance that I ever had goitre. I .'•vrill be,glad to iU-rite any onr alwul niy/'MieFience.'* Sold by all drug i-;iprrs or write Sorbol (^onu'any. Mccliijujcsburg. Ohio. ix>cally ;i' Rrown's Drug Store. • i Agi-I- 6t,^ttae'Woman's \»xy Society. A Krs. K A. T«roedhr'save (BA-hlatitfy A« tha' .Vinman'ti 1 ^rei^ MlSS ^On- mlssic^nr: hymn ^as sung and Mira. barker read a story fronk the "MIssiOBary Friend." Mrs. Wm. KinneV told I the story of "How Beautiful/|Upon the Mountains." Mrs. Frhncis Bremer played a piano solo, i Costumed as a Moslem woman, Mrs. 3. C. Wilson gave the story of ''Lydia" In an entertaining way. Mrs. L. E. Foster sang. "My Prayer." with Mrs. Wicks as accompanist. Mrs. E. E: Wright. Mrs. Edward Russell and Mrs. A- P- Holten, of the Gas. City society, were guests and there* was a large attendance. Refreshments v.vrc served. <• • * Wednesday Afternoon Bridge CInb •Mrs. J. D. MitCelbacli was hostess yesterday at one o'clock luncheon and bridge to the hjembcrs of the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club In Mr hom^, 22rJ South Cottonwood street! I .Mrs. C. J. Ritqhey was a guest and the meml)ers present were: • S17 rned .Mrs. R. U. .Voriihrup. Mrs. Verne -Norlhrup. Mrs. .1. L.'Hair. .Mrs. Kenneth Foust. .Mrs. K. K. Lynn and Mrs. E. 11. Hunter. * * *> IJirfh Aiinounrrnieut .Mr. and .Mr.s. ICharlcs <M>!<-son .innoiinfe the birtjli of a seven and .-1 )i:iir pound d:iiiu;liLi>r Ibis morning. Thursday. Marcli 2i. whom lliey bavo naiiu-d jXrlenc Ruth. , « .J. * riiolo In JuUn W»rid •riip plipto of .ihrs. .lohn Ix»wcll Rcll. of Okl.-iliomn {'ily. Iiiis- Iianil is assistant rdlfn'r of the Oklahoma, Times, appears in the Fridiiy, .March IS. issue "f tlii> Tulsa Daily World. Mrs. Roll was in Tulsa especially to attend grand opera .-trid was lln! giK -st of .Mi;-. Hell's pifrcnts. .Mr. Jolin Lcuvcll Roll is a ni-pli- cw of M I-. .1. Ji, B4-U of the Rcsls- Icr lorco. I 'James Simeon{Bartlett Was born May i3. 1S8S. In Oak Valley. Elk County. Kane^ ahd niored with his parents to Y^es Center. Kans.. at the aisv of two years where he grew '.o youn^ manhood. He was married to Eve A. Mecklenburg at Keck. kans.. July 2. 1906. To this union was tiDrn one daughter. Helen. He is survived by his wife. Eva and' daughter, Helen, ;age 11: his fatheh I. E. Bartlett. of tola: one -brother; 1. E. Bartlett. Jr., of Irigl«Wcjo<l, CallL; one sister, Mrs. Elma iLejIgcrwood of WiHiita. Kans., and a large number of relatives .and a host of frttnds lo mourn his loss. ' . • i - - ,- i Mr. Bartlett .^has been In h-.lJhlgh schools. ness in lola for more than 2ti yeai;s, ana was loved and respected by all who knew him. He was a member of the B. v. O. E., M. W. A. and W. O. AV. ; Funeral services were held at the home Monday. .March 21. at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. C. 1. Cold- .suilth offlclatiug. Mu.sic was provided by .Mr. Harold KcUey, .Mi. .\nge!o Scott. .Mr. Everett Uind. .Mr. A. K. GarrL'son. Sfrvicc-s at tile grave were conducted l)v tliu Elks lodge. I Out of to^vn relalive.H and friends ilicrc for tl^> fuiieral wvrc: Mr;-. Kliiia Lcdgi'rwoi;il, a sisii-r nf .Mr. ilartlctl. aJid Iter husbaml an I daughter. Kluore, of Wichita; .Mrs. R. R. Hoebel of Jersey City. .\. .).. a si.stcr. and Otto .Meckllnber,'; of I Kaiisiij City. .Mo., a brother of Mrs. RMrtJett:''.Mr.'and .Mrs. Joi- Ittiio and soris. Earnest and RayniKiid nf Vernon; Kans.; .Mr. and Mr.-, Waller "'.Jc^fern of J(>|>lin, .Mo.: ,AIr. and Mr;;. Wes Irwin nf liidi-p'>iidfncc> Kans.: '.lim Hodpiii and Li'.>-lie- Kartli'tt of Yates ("••nlcr. Kans. Mrs." Iloeliel will slay a few wicks with Mrs. Bartlett. i . IoIa :lnift !.fiUyslHwd. Mr. J. Al Fleming:. 1 Tinctpal. of tbe tola High School, receired a letter tod^y .from Mr. 1. E. Edgerton. Kansa^ Chaiirman of the North Central Asspciatitm of h Igh Schools and Colleges. ari !*ounci)ig that the lola HIgli School had {agal^ been placed mi the accredl "unqualHIedly recommekided ' high schools. jNobody Is firprised ^t thl^ newsJ fo? the lola High School has been uriquallfie<tly ijecommend- p(J '.for many years. ^Nevertheless as the standards are staatly advanced it Is g| know that ; our I school its place as one of the s(j UP In the front rank o |being con- ratlfylng to stUI holds hpols right : ,t\irierican .Mr. John HesiS, ^one of Die real estate dealers of VJiunilwIdt. reports the sale of .a large farm in Alien county to Sir. J. M.i Webster, of EI Dorado, who will movej onto the place immediately with the intention of converting it Into a large' dair.v farm. Mr. ,Webster w'ill bring with hii|» -IS high grade Holstein-'cdws. and. comes to Allen county on account of tiie fine market afforded by the location of dur creameries arid condensery. This is just the beginning, the Register predicts, of many-similar investments that will Jje made In Allen county farms by | men now living in other counties;of Kansas or in other States who portunity for; the will see the op-: profitable operation of a dairy farm afforded by- the fact that this bounty has wltli-. in Its borders an unlimited market/ for dairy products arid a firio network of good roaHs by which those product^ may bo carried to market every day (jf the year. In a Special Showing Friday Springfs most in Millinery, wfillj H^ts made to se f&r Every Type .95™ $4.95 aittractiV conceits in,what i.s %'ery new be offered at this premier .showing. 1 at $5 ,00 to, $7.50 at these prices. "Sfit SCilx Sfuop - LAD'ti (J.rUBNIiHINQS 0 Alfonso. King of .Spain, is ^Iic only reigning monarch in Kiiri>i-..r who was born a king. Use Register Wants for results. Doctor Shoe Men Black and'Brdwii Kid ' $8.q6 Shoes and Oxfords If you are hard to have foot troujble sho^^s are instant Spot Cash SJioe Store E. E. llariisoii L Feast of QoM IBargains FIOR FRIDAY Al^P SATURDAY REAbY-TO-WEAR 25KewDres^s Silk, and] Goorjjelte. while ihcy last $8.75 COAT SALE . Sport joals S8.75 to $15.? Cit^rinene Coats, S10.7» iQ $19.75. ' All Coats. Special aU ; $22.50. C uarantccd llningsi 1 Lots of 91^ sizes. MM yardi 25 New ones A Sa Of N^w MiUii^- ery hoicc $l69 50 New ones Chpice S Also featiiriilg iVIatrons' Hals .Mtsse.s' Hats. Silk Specials :u:4*liabW, frepc dc Chine «, 40 laelies wlAP Jard. $1168 littJM) Fancy Cre^>e8, «i7ft French C 40.]ncli Bear Ci{ cial $1.39 yard. a lin^ and liitle .95 of Sl-.^ All Silk Arrowhead Hose, extra lonjj and every pair jfuaranteed. per pair $1.15 IS.39 t Satin, ! Id. Yd. Specials in Staple Department 24lc .Wrcjiles 17f ysnt Ke'li'usI KuHlHfrx i3v yanl. : :MV IndiuBKrud Suitings 4:(c.: .*>l >c Princess I'al Romper* Clufh ITt- yard. 2.*>r Yurd>wide Outings l!)c. I.'> i'rr Out Reduction «u all CurlniuiHaterials and Cretonnes. ^00 Brocaded .Silks Sitecinl iUia yard. . . i . UashaJde Tub Hilks. S|io<-lui 4e 9-4 I'eiipeiwl SlieetlBg. 39c yard 20c Hoi»e Muslin 13^20 yard fit or these relief. f Ciidir«lt>.I<ihnson World's l.aiifest — Shoo .Makers For Outdoor Days it eii- pla> bear ijvon 't Even, (lie lure of dinner wjon tice tlie f;hildren away from these glorious days. Shpes the briint of youth but the mind—they're so nigged-|-arid sb moderately priced. Special for Friday and Si^tutjday $1.98™ $3 .4,3 ^iles Family Shoe Sin e V 26 \ EARS OF SUCCESSFUl- MERCHANEflS • l.\ lOI.A NG - New Ming Colorful! and to sing the spring compose song IQ color chordSj^.you must have two and three sha( es of the same color f amiFv.' We show them in "Ming- toy"—the 100 per cent Silk Crepe at $2.98^' ARD For Spring and Sti^nmer We are have becomfei have gleanej^ we invite bhoiving thousands of new things to pep dull with \yinter wear. LOW PRICES , from the world's largest markets, choice comparison of quality and price. up the rooms that prevail here — ;we alues, on which A SPANISH TREND —in tliis impressive set for^he dining room. Furniture such a.s is picturea ^tfoye^ lend.s a tone of real distinction lo your dining room. It is built of select^ wjalni^ veneers combined with other line furniture woods. Blended finish sb'ghtly decorated. The chair seats are covered with'tapestrj'. . • i ' The Eight Piece ^mte Only $157.50 CHARMING FURNITURE FOR THE BED ROOM ThQiie suites are compo.sed of French vanity dresser, becl and chest. I Built of fine walnut veneers, over gumwood base. Beautiful high light finish. ' Three Piece Suite Only $114.0J} LUXURIOUS COMFORT HERE •I . Three piece Karpen overstufiTed suits-, consisting of davenport, wing chair and cjurjcnair. Karpens guaranteed .spring con.struction throughout covered in fine quality mohairJmcludmg outside back and ends, cushions rever-sed with fine quality silk damask. Your choice of plain grey or plain taupe colors. ^ • [ The Three,Piece ^uite $162.00 •I ! EVERY HOME NEEDS A CEDAR CHEST bR TWO Put away jyour winter clothes with that mdth.^ and dirt Mill not V"" i"fyr.a"r'.nff tfie .summer months. Genuine Tennessee red icdar chest, size 4«>xl«xl2 inches. ^ i . j V A Splendid Value $24.75 FRAMED TAPESTRIES Size 22x60-inch Polychrome frames. Your choice of three .sui|)jects. - ^ Priced at $12.00 Sf'j- lhe.«o Uipestries on display in our windows pii;C0R4TED WROlKiHT IRON MAGAZINij: BASKETS Bl;ii.k and Gold,* two compartments. $3.75 each SIMMONS DAY B^DS WITH HEAD REST American ,walmit finish, Gli(l(> Over spring construction that nakos it into a full size, cpmfurtaljlc bed, lin(> (lualily cotton felt mattress covered iii choice cretonne. Priced Complete $27.0« SAVINGS FOR YOU IN SPRING BEDDINd NEEI>s' Simmons jloul)le-dcx:k coil spring.^ e(]ual to springs selling id $18.00 to .$20.00. Full Size or Twin Size ... .1 $12.40 50-Ib. Layer Felt Mattressei} $15.75 ^-Ib. All Cotton Mattressei .$7. Mattress Covers Mattress protectors GOtp SEAL CONGOLEUM RUGS Your Chdice of Patteriw Size 9x12 feet : . $iii5 7? $1.75 .$2.75 NEW DESIGNS A In Seamle.=;s Axmin.ster Rugs of Extra Fine Quality (PJA Ci'A Size 9x12 feet —3)4»7,iP|| er

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