While most people don't refer to the Doniphan County site as "Iola, KS" anymore, they may have in the 1930s. There is an Iola cemetery though, in which many of my relatives are buried (Primarily Thompsons, but possibly a few Higgins's and Coys). This is at the Doniphan County site. The other Iola, I'm told, still stands, though, so it might be either site.
Sorry for no definite answer,
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