Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 11, 1926 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, June 11, 1926
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• Si - _ ... TetopJiOBe IS INVOCATION. : l^ols beneath stone arches takci Jti.rWy wittiin their deepi againj •ih.i, s pr the n<iwlDg stone and^ si.^ies anew of passing men. V let tbjB living thoughts.tbat keep, M'ornihg and evening,: in their kind. . lernal change In height and Aee^', 'Be niirrored in my happy .piind. >eat,\ world, uiion this . heart, be loud Your marvel chanted in my blood, .'ome forth. Osun, throj|Kh cloud on cloud To shibe upon my stubliorn mood. (^reat hills that fold above the sea, , Ecstatic airs and sparkling skies, ;^ing out your words to master me— Malce me imiiioberately wise. -^John Drinkwater. filial Aetivlties for livIa'D U. C T. (ineutH Today ' The ladies of the United Commercial Traveller 's Auxiliary, who are lola's guests today and tomorrow, jwere entertained today In various ways by the locaj committees, /i A receplion was .held at ten- tiiirty o 'cfock this'morning at the liaptist Temple and was followed 1^ a luncheon. I The auilitbrium of the Baptist Temple Mas filled at the reception «nd a program was given tiy local itjalent, .Mrs. J. O. Major announc- jlbK the numbers as follows:' • Organ numbers, "Song of Praise," •ili'-Jdoic "Dawn's Enchantment," l")utm; and "Melody." Charles A. v': )aw«'H,J )y .MlHH Florence IIribart. ' KeadingH. "l ll.ope You Brought four Smiles Aiong," and "I've IWotx and Hud the Mumps," Miss Kalhryn Cox, Miss Margaret Roberts . tiiuyiuj; : a piano accompani- u)<nt to the first reading;. ' Vocal solos. "Homing," Del RIego and "Ho: Mr. Piper," Miss Clara jtJrown;, "Wayfarer 's Night," Marin ami "Song of the Persian' Cap- uve," Daniel.'), .Miss Elizabeth SH- Ts; '•Palu Moon," Logan. "The tar," Rogers arid encore, "Thank iod for a Garden," Del Riego, Mrs. E. W. Hagii ndL ^ Piano soloi."Humoresque," Rach­ maninoff and "Country Garjiens," Grainger, Miss Joy Hershberger, ! who also played the »«Compani- ments for the singer^. Readings, "Love," 'and "Proposal," Miss Ruby Hudson.• The dining room on' the third ; floor was decorated, with the colors • of the United Commercial Travels lers, blue, yellow and, white, with crepe runners on the tallies. At each place;- was a corsage bouquet in the tri-colors. Mrs. J.-H. Sowerby gaVe the Invocation.* Mrs.U. O: Major, chairman, gave the address of: welcome and Mrs. J. W. Hudson, president' of the local auxiliary unit inti;o- duced^ .Mrs. W. A. Hoffnagle, of Chanute, who responded ob behiUt of' the ,visiUng ladies. In her talk Mrs. fioffnagle paid a tribute to the traveling salesmen saying that "le m^n wuo 1 carry the grips are .^r courteous and <ready to help . Lellow -traveiler. vn brchestrli consisting of The ;,.8es Helen Green, Gertrude •en. Ruth Green, John Lyman epor and Leonard Sutherland, ., od throughout the luncheon. I! vl .siting i4niiH gave yells and •js in conijpllment to the loiu Thi'. luncheo^ was served In two ' iirsoH- 'by ihn; Uaptist church la" ;rt and llii-re ^were covers for 170 ••.•Dpie. ; , A <!urd piirtf. at the Elks' club * in progrctJH is the KegiHlergoiVs <i i)r«'HH, which: will 111." reported lo. morrow, and {jie lailh-s who did not care for i-nrds were taken to the movie mat UCCH ai tUfe Kelley and Elite Ibeatrrs. > Mrs. J. O. Major. Mrs. W. E. Uundall, Mrs. S. M. SIfers and Mrs. W. II. King were the ladies of the ' liiiichcuu commitiee. —J. B. Kemp, pt^perhonginR and Interior dec<iratingi; Phone 698. Klhs Close Social > ,. ^ Season with Dunce The last \ social e rent .of the flea- son given by the E lea was a dance :ast night Jn the citib rooms. It . was attended by between fifteen . and twenty couples. Uusic -Was furnished by tlie Harmony Aces, and the dancing lasted uittil'a latb ^our. , Punch was served throughout the evening." V, . •:•*.<• Criterion Basket Sinner The members of the Criterion clas,s ofjhe Fir^t Methodist churcli jic'id a ineetiug and basket dinner .'listerday in tlie country' home ol 51rs. Paul Nigh, southwest of the city. The day was spent informally and sewjiig was the work done. the members present were: Mrs. AV. H. Anderson, teacher ot the class and son, Alfred Anderson: Mrs. John Shaubell and daughter. Betty Jean Shaubell; Mrs. Harry Pope and children. Marion Pope and Nadine Pope: i.Mre. J. H. }>aiiHft and son, Harold^Pbge; Mr8 .\!M.^ • Brown and children CMtttm T^^iSm 1 and Betty Jane Brown: MrS.' L/K^f Cline And son, Lawrence, jr.:) Mrs. P. S. Dressier and son^, Lawrence jOresBlerland Morris Dressier: Mrs. G. E..'Keitzman, Shirley Nigh and A'irgibia Niglu Former loia Boy .Marries , -The tollowing-interesting story was carried in yesterday's Cbanute Tribune. The -bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Beach," for many years residents of lolk, and ,8pent his boyhood days here. The account of the wedding follows: Miss Ercie Noyes and Mr. Ralph Beach motored to Fredonia, Kans., yesterday'and Were united in marV riage at 6 p. m. by the Rev. p. O. Wilson, a former*pastor of ^Tie Chanute Christian 'church, now pastoj; of the Fredonia church. The'wedding took placel at the heme of the pastoif aqd .th^ young people "were attended "by Mlsk Anna Redelberger, a friend of the bride, and Ur.'Eugeiie B^ach, a brother ot the groom. Following the ceren\ony Rev. and Mrs. Wilson served a, delicious lunch. Those who were in attendance other than the" bridal party were Mr. and Mrs. Roy'Noyes. parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Beach/ parents of the groom. Miss Genevieve I Noyes, Miss Mildred Bowman of Chanute, and Mrs. L'jgeanbeal andy daughter of Fredonia. \ Mr. andiAIrs. Beach will remain in Fredonia for a short visit with friends after which they will return to Chanute. They will be at home after July 1 at.York, Pa., where .Mr. Beach has a position with .the York Refrigeration t;ompuny awaiting him.' Miss Noy*;s was reared fii Clin- nute, graduating from the Chanute high school in 192:i and fniin <:hrlfi- tlan College at Ccilitmbia. Mo., in 1925. She Is n very! accomplished yoOng lady, has a charming personality and has been very prominent in church and social circles. The groom is also a member ot one of Chanute's pion.ei'r families and a splendid young man. He graduated from C. H. S. In 1922 and received bis degree ot Bachelor of Science at the Kansas State Agricultural College in 1926. ^oth of these young people were honor students in school .Mrs. Beach'being a member of the Phi Theta Kappa sorority and Mr. Beach of the. Phi Kappa Phi and the Sigma Tau frats, and. they start out in life with ifnusual enddw- ments of grace- and culture. Their many friends predict for them a very successful life and the good wishes of all gO with them to their new home. « • •> Attend Annual Convention ^ American Legion AnxlIIary Among those who «^ill 'leave early next week to attend the-sixth annual conventioif of the American Legion Auxiliary are Mrs. D. P. Nortbrup. president; Mrs. R. L. Thompson, Mrs. J. G. Mittelbach. Mrs. W. W. Peck. Mrs. Alex Laird and ISrs. J. A.~ Morrison. " The convention is being held at Emporia arid begins with a ban-, quet and reception on the evening of June 16. The business sessions will follow on June 17 and 18. Delegates and vii^itors will be in attendance from 250 places in Kansas where units are chartered. An'unusually fine program, hah be^ prepared. Ttie national president, Mrs. Eliza London Sliepard, sister of the late Jack London, will be present and address the meeting. Also the national vice president, Mrs. A- H. Hofrnmu, of Des Moines. Other Interesting speakers of nolewill be Major Davis Arnold, national giinrdlunship offl<;er; Mrs. E. R. Morford, president of the Oklahoma departinent; (Mrs. JftHslo Stewart ot Bartlesvllle. Okla.; Ralph T. O'Nnll. deimrlnn -nt commander of tho Kunsus depart- meut of tho American I<<'glot| and Ernest A. Ryan, departitient adjutant of tho Kansas depai'tinent. All state officers of the auxiliary niid the bends of department cnmmU- tpcs will appJ-ar before tlni convention with very Interesting messages In tho form of reports'. Mrs. Bertlia K. Lawrence of Hla^'ntha, department president, will pre- slV'o. Mrs. Lswrence has visited more than 100 units in the j state during the past year and has] been antirlofrMn her efforl.s to liulld up the or|aBlMtlra, THE lOLA DAILY RE!(3ISTER, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1926 lUsfrttt BpwaHh Ltegae, ConTWtilep .Banqnet -The convention of the Fort Scott Epworth Leaffbe coBVentioa oIo|Md last night with a banquet in the dininxToomof the nrat Methodlat Episcopal chnrch-and was attended by IBQ people.: The all-day sessions, were interesting and Instructive .in detail. The leakers were! Baacom Rob- Mns,' of KanBaaiatT; JCaiis., field secretary of 'Bethany. Hospital; Miss A. ILonise: Snniwalt, institute board representative- of' Kansas City. JVIo.;.the Rev. J. W. Suih>«ralt; ot Kansas City, Mo., and the Re*. B. F. Gaither, district superentend- ent of the Methodist Episcopal chnrch. . :' Twenty churches were represented by delegates. A^iss Margaret Kelley^Avas the song leader and the Rev. C. I. Goldsmith was in charge of the devotlonals. Mrs. It. E. Cullison gave plpe-^rgan selections. Officers elected for the next fiscal year were: Mr. M. E. Borne, Ft. Scott, president; Miss Estelle McDowell, Oalumbusj first vlce- presidetn; Miss Ruth Sandler, Oarnett, second vice-president; Miss Rebecca Burkett, Pileasanton, third vice-president; ftUss Wilma. Alice Sedoris, Pittsburg^,. fourth vice-tiresident; Miss Elizabeth Stewaft, Ft. Scott, secretary;. Miss Margaret Kelley, lola, treasurer; Miss Erdihe Lyonj:Ft.. Scott, presl- raent Ft. Scojtt grOup; Rev. Mr. Matlhaie, Moran, president lola group and Miss Jpy Wise, Pittsburg, president Pittsburg gnoup. mid M. Club MeetB f A society to be known a^ the L. and M. club was organized yesterday aftiVnoon in tho home of Mrs. .lobn D. Olberding, 208 North Wal- tit street, who was the hostess. The''afternoon was spent Inform- lly afler tho officers were elected, and refreshments, were served. The members pri?sent werei.iyirs. Clifford Miiriihy. Jilrs. Earl Dodd, Mrs. K. C. Grey and Mrs. John Shaubell. ' • • • Ho'steNH to Bridfre Club Mrs. C. L. Clark Was hostess yesterday afternoon to the members of.the Wednesday Bridge.ciutf ill her home .102 East street. Mrs. R E. Lynn played high score. .Mrs. .Marvin Taylor. Mrs. E. E. Lynn and Catherine Card were guestsi. After cards light refreshments were served. The nfembers' present were: jMrs. E. B. Cook. Mrs. J. E. Powell, Mrs. Geo. C. Dalgarno, jr.. Mrs. S. 1. Sifers and .Mrs. F. G. Apt. i • • <• Woman's Society Meets The Woman's Society of St. Timothy's Episcopal church Jnet yesterday afternoon with Miss Grace Acres, in Acres Park. The meeting *ras held on the porch and in the absence of the president,-Mrs. O. L. Cbx, the busl- ne .ss was '• presided pver by Mrs. Lucy Simpson Jamieson. Piecing quilt blocks was the work of the afternoon. Marjorie Jones gave readings. The hostess^ assisted by .Mrs. E. F. Jones, served refresh- meats. • Mrs. L. • D. Mathews, of .Mound City, was a guest «f Christ SclMdst. Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. Chnrch at U a. Subject. "God, the Preserver pf Man:'!, ; Wednesday-evening meetings at 8 o'clock. Services will be | held at church edifice, corner of >Sycamore and East streets. • i The reading room 0%er. lUrasay'^ Dry Goods store, 101^ £?ast Madison avenue, open each week day from 2 to 5 -ji. m. The public is. jcordlally Invited to attend the services of the church and to visit the reading room. TiM Chnrch of Christ. (709 East, Lincoln.) Preaching Saturday night, 7:30. Sunday morning jireaching at 11 a. m.. and at night at 7:30. Bible study at° 10 a. m. The beginning of revival meetings conduAed by I. D. Ames, evangelist, •ybu are invited to attend these meetings. 1 — i r First Christian Chnrch. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Reverend C. H. Barley of Humboldt, Kansas, and .at 8 p. m. by Reverend C. C. Sciterh of Garnet, Kansas. Bible school a'. 9:,10 a.'in. led by the Superintendent. Dr. C; Z. Montgomery. There will be an All-Day Convention of all the Christian churches of Allen and Ander.son counties. Members of are asked to bring basket' dinner and supper as the meals will be served at the chnrch. Morning, afternoon and evening program has been arranged. Senior and Intermediate Endeavor Societies meet at 7 ip. ini. Prayer meeting on' Wednesday night ut H o'clock. The public is Invited to attend* all sepvlces held at this church. tlie program. It will be civen In the-irioming at 11:00; •o'clock. Teachers and children tii^e beep working hard in preparation and yoH can coimt on something good. ' Miss Elizabeth Sifers...nirlll: sing for the Fellowship class at Library hall at 10:00 o'clock. In the evening at 8:00 o'clock the nsoal service. The choir will, sing an Anthem /'Thy kingdom'.' Gome" by Runyon. The pastor will speak on the theme, •'The_Unaeen Presence." You will be welcome. G. Mathis, Pastor. public to with us the bpauty of this' serrvlce. Join us at. "The House of Hapjpiness" on ibc Lord's Day. ' ' - ' C. I. GOLDSMITH. Pastor. OAKLAXD FACTORY EXPANDS. Motor Car Company Fractkallr llunbles Size of Plant. A huge expansion, practically doubling the size of the Qakliand factories and increasing production of Oakland and Pontine Six automobiles from 700" to IGOO cars per day was announced by A. R. Clancy. President of the Oakland Motor Car Company, following a meeting,of the General Motors executive «Mimmlttee at Pontiac' June 1st. This increases the total investment in the Oakland Motor Car Co., Including inventories ' from $¥r>,< to $r>n,ouo ,<M)0. The' main feature Of the expanr sidii culls for the Immediate erec^ lion of a complete new modern $G.- ooo.doo automobile factory which will be devoted exclusively to Poii- tltic Six production. It Is to have a capacity of 1,000 cars per day. The Holmrt-Htecle Motor Co.. is tho local dealer for Pontiac and Onkaind automobiles and they re- inirt that sales this spring hove far exceeded their expectations. At present they are severaf orders ahead of delljfierles. Wonderful New\ t f'ace Powder A nnr l^endiiproowi pofwdw tiwt ia Mt>ffcietod by p^npjfatttvk -viai nol.le( anivgly lUiia «om« tfarau^; •fiijw on UBtil you'taka it off; iaa tai pati makes tlui pom Jntidble; lodcft 1U» b««tttiful aatml aUn; givM A acift^yet^ bam |kj|^ Get tliia imndacfnl - SMU ^ .poi^i ealled Mcllo-i^o. COOiC'S ORUO- STORB Tho averagi strength of a woman compared with that of a man Is as 67 to 100. irmted Bre/hr^ At the close Of the Sunday school session at the'Church of the United Brethren In (Jhrist a Children's Da|y service will be given ijistead of the morning sermon. ' 17: Christian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. Evangelistic service at 8 p. m. Come. A. C. TUDOR. Pastor. Presbyterian Chnrch. The (fooi place on Sunday Is where you may sit quiet and composed in a comfortable pe.w at church and listen to the Sunday School Teacher and the members of the Sunday School in their An^i^ nual Children's Day program. June Is the festival Month for the Children. Parents always enjoy seeing the children in their exercises. The departments in our Sunday-School will hare part-te Associate Bible Stndents.- Pythian Temple, cprner Wash ington and West street, 10 a. m.. Scripture atiidy for adult and Juvenile classes.' Adult topic, "The New Creation," 2 Cor. 5:16, 17. Juvenile topic: "Joseph's Fidelity," Geft. 39:1-23." 11 a. m., '.'Character or Covenant—Which?" . "For if you do these things, ye shall never fall." 2 Peters 1:10. 8 p. m., "The Battle of Armitged- don," Rev. 16:12-16. Wednesday, 311 S. Chestnut, at 8 p. m.. Praise and Testimony Service. Bible text< "The battle is not yours, but God's," 2 Chron. 20:15. -R W. BOTLEMAN. Sec. The Baptist Teinl|ile. Sunday 'School will lie held as u^udl on Sunday morning, and will li,^ followed at. the regular church hour by the Children's Day exercise. A splendid exercise has been prepared and all 9Ur people"ar^ expected to be present At the evening hour Dr. Sowerby will preach en "The Obedient Life." The Chnrch of God. (Fourth and Madison Sts.) :. Sabbath ;School at 10 a. m^ Preachhn'g at 11 a. m. Prayer and Praise, 7:30 p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. ELDER E. S. PARMELE, ! . .1 Pastor. First Xethodlst Church. Sunday school at 9:45. We have a class for YOU if you do not go elsewhere. Morning'preaching service at 11. Subject. "Faith and Life," Junior Epworth League at 5:30 p. in. . Senior Epworth League at 7:00 p. jn. At the evening hour the Sunday school will present the "Children's Day" program. This is always one |«f the delightful services of the year. It Is worth while and a special invitation Is extended to the First'A. 31. )L Chnn-h. 9:30—Sunday School by'Supt .iW. M. Rucker. 10:45—Class Meeting. 11:30—Preaching by the Rev. C. H. Washington of Weir City. 6:00—Jdnlor A. C. E. League. 7:00—Senior A. C. E. League. 8:00—Preaching by the Rev. C. H. Washington of Weir. REY- P. W. STEVENSON, Pa.stor. Thanks for the Good Words. A Register reporter was Standing upon-the. street yesterday, not far from tw^o •lola citizens, one a professional man aqd /the otlier a merchant; both leadersi' in their lines. They were talking and us their conversation did not appear to be about a private matter, the reporter. "listened in" and this is a part of what he beard: ' "The lola pall>' Register is one of the b^st newsitapers In Kansas. 1 believe the Register carries more telegraphic arid home news, than any 6ther daily paper in the State considering the size of the town, and perhaps in many towns very much larger than lola. It prints the news up in hotter shapo to'<i." It is to win sudr. commendation as that from its home fidks that the Register is constantly striving. Japanese, constitute nearly 10 jier cent of tW entire population of the Hiwaiian Islands. After all, the kind of world one carries about ift one's sel/ is the important thing, and the world out- i>ide takes all Its grace, color, beauty and value from that.— Jainoii Russel Lowell. Tomorrow's Charmer if-^ So much of lovdinets depends OB the early care of the dcin. And beauty experts say that the true, natural beau^ soap is Jap Rose — so pure you can see through it. Being so pure it dis< solves pierfecdy in water and can thus enter'and cleanse the nullionsoftinyporesthatcoarie toilet soaps clog. The tingle teOs that your sKtn is improving. JAP.ROSE The dear loap for > clear comptexian lhratkr\Q(enti } Extra Special For Saturday A his shipmontv of "30 New Hats, bought for thi.s sale, just arrived. Hats that ordinarily would -sell up to $7.50. While they lasi, choice, each i'$i.89 RICHARDSON'S Welcome a a T. The Drug Store in lola • eixtend.s to you it's Greetings, Best Wishes and Hospitality. j Visit us while here. The Evans Store K ^ L L E THE COOLEST SPOT IN^IOLA NaUneeB 10c dnd 90c; Mghts 10c and SOc TONIGHT—LAST TIMES OILEEN MOORE in "WE MODERNS" LET'S 6^! it's a Wham! A9k Anyone ^^'ho Saw It Testerdayl ~ Added Comedy and Kews. SATURDAY Ridin'Wild! : A hard-riding, fearless c(^w- iSuncher who marched right into' the haunts of the cattle rostljers and beat np their leader. It's one of the wildest, excltingpst outdoor pictures ever made. | "CHASING A TROUBLE" featurlncr PETE ' MORRISON, Assisted by his famous four- footed pal. "LIghtnlii' " | Added-William DMinbnd ia "Bniurd's BaMT—8«c«al CbapUr of ^Tiw urinkhtg Idoin—Aim Ctmuir ami Hem. I MvtHy Mattnee lOc Nifrbt lOf-SOc Come Earlr. i Most Women Have stopped old hygienic methods to assure . real immaculacy. NEW way gives truerproteo- tion—discards like tissue F EW inodtrn riomen but employ a new ;IIKI dillerent way in hyKienc. A way that supplants the ol(/tiii\e "sanitary pad" with^rui; protection. Wear filmy frocks and light tilings . . . any tiine. i Dance, motor/for hour.s without doubt or fear. ( ^ „ _U is called "KOTEX" , . . five times a.i absorbent as the ordinary cotton padl ThorouRhly deodorises . . . thus ending ALL fear of "of-, fending. • Discards as easily as a f • piece of tissue. No laundry. No embarrassment. : You zskjor It without hest- ' tancy at any driife or department i;tore simply by saying "KOTEX." Costs only a few cents. Proves old wa^s an unnecessary risk. KOT ex 'No laundry—discard like tissue , The Real Reason for ing^ lip earances 9i Why was every soldier who trained in the,American forces required • to go j^ti^tgh the daily routine of bathing, .shaving and general sprucing- up? 'Simply becaiise the way he looked had a mighty effect upon what he fel<i and tho't and did! ^ , There's a certain confidence and self respect that comes with the knowlaige of looking one's best. Likewise clean clothes tend to bring dean tho'ts! ' ' Let us help you to look your best EVERY day. Skillful cleansing means keeping up appearances—^with economy! IN TOWN 0|l OUT OF TOWN YOUfLL NEED US. 105 MEN'S SUITS TROUSERS (White Flannel) BOY'S TROUSfcRa BOYTS CbATS ; Gimp 's (JoATS . , CAPS SWEATERS SPORT SKIRTS PLEATED SKI UTS TWO-PIECE DRESSES FUR SCARFS BLOUSES REMEMBER—WE DELIVER. ji. i \^ tioibecool. ^ •come ai^fta* mrlc«si Way W. E. RALSTON, >Kent '-\ fbvwVS'^ lola, ,=-Hione, your (Want Ads to 18; >.

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