Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 31, 1932 · Page 3
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1 IOLA;^ KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENING^ DECEMBER 31,1932. PAGE THREE Afrf. Ira D. Kelley is confined to Iieivlfome by illness. ' ^.ip. Wallace of Lauton, Okla.. wasJji guest Wednesday night of Mr. Vind Mrs. ijred Dunlap. —Krinsc's New Year's Menu: Turkey, Domestic Dncklin?, 25c and 35c. /; Ml- i »].nBBi Attorney A.. B. Enfield, who, has been quite ill with the flu the past : ten days, is much improved. Mrs. Enfield said today. -Ira McCartyi Iwill return to Lawrence tomorrow morning to resume his_ studies at the University of Kansas after-spending the holidays Vi'ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. McCarty. : New; Year's Greeting . ' : to all my friends : : May Happines-s and Prosper- : : ity be yours this coming year. : With appreciation for kindness- : : es In the past, X am, : Sincerely; : ; DOLLIE V. ADAMS, : County Supt. : Mrs. D. M. Shelby, bookkeeper for • the K. C. Electric and Plumbing ; company, is ill, with influenza. Misses Maude and Dorothy Mayfield have as their week-end guest Miss Florence Graf, of Colony, who arrived last evening. i —Several Typewriters, $15. ,Wil• liams.Typewriter Co. y-I ' Judge. P. R. Forrest was: in Yates ! Center yesterday on business con- rnected-with the court. Ira D; Kelley went to Wichita tliLs i morning on biLsine,ss. H(> will re_ I turn tonight. ": WLshihg You a Happy New Year , |y: That you may: make the : : . mast of it is our sincere ' : wish. And with it goes : thanks for past patronage. : L A Y L, E * S : Paint—Wall Paper—School Books : ; „ Mrs. H. T. Evans is visiting her ! daughter Miss Lutie Evans, in To-| _.pcka.' , • . - Park Tidd is confined to his home by illness. M. N. Hillyer, manager of the lola theater, is recovering from an. attack of influenza. —Polly Ann Cafe open New Year's Eve and. Monday night till th^ Wee Hpurs. ' . ' Miss Ethel .Anderson left Thursday foFj Dec Moines, Iowa, aftei sp^ndiri^ the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. GJ E. Anderson, 918 East street. 1 Howard Pronk, who has been-a guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fronk during the Christmas holidays, returned yesterday to Ponca City, Okla. A. B. C. and FAULTLESS ELECTRIC WASHERS Now is the time to Install on^ of these iruaranteed machines. Try One Oat Today! Terms—We: Deliver W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fenner arid their daughter Dorothy Jane, en route from Winfield to th«r home in St. Joseph, Mo.>5topped in lola today for a vlBlt with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Meek. Miss Juanita Stevenson returned this morning from an overnight visit with Miss Lois Barker in LaHarpe. —Close-Out Prices: Circulators, wood and combination , heaters. Trade in old. CurtLj", 10 N. Wash. Dr. A. R. Chambers, who.has been ill with I the flu the past few days, w,'is able to return to his oCBce Thursday morning. Dr. arid Mrs. H. S. Albaugh will arrive this evening from Olathe to be week-fend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson Jr. Captain E. B. .Harrison is Dead. Captain E. B..Harrison, fatber of R. Y. Harrison of Kansas City, formerly of lola, died at 5:40 p. m. yesterday at his home in Fayette- vllle. Ark., according to word received here last night by Mr.i and Mrs. E. D. Shields. Funeral ar-1 rangements have not been made yet. Captain Harrison has visited i here many times. Mr. and Mr?. R. | Y. Harrison were with him at the i time of his death'. j H. J. Dean is critically 111 at his home. : GREETINGS for 1933 ,: Good health and good for- : ': tune attend you this coming : year. We take this oppor- : tunity to thank you for your patronage for 1932. : R.jC. McKINNEY FEED STORE : Opp. P. O.—Phone 389 Miss Olive Hanklns returned Monday to her home in Fredonla after tfn over-Christmas visit with her brother, W. C. Hanklns and his family. Miss Viola Smith returned last night from Chanute she has been spending the Christmas holidays with her uncle .and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ogden. SHERIFF'S SALE : Of all Grain and Peed on the : : farm, Tuesday, January 3, at : : 2 p. m., at the Ellis farm, 5 : miles west and 2% miles south : : of lola (one-half mile north of : : Pleasant Valley school house). : Henry Gamer had as his guests for Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis, Miss Flora Davis, and John and PhiUis Reese of Lawton, Okla.; and Charley French jaid Cleophas Kountz of Coffeyville. Mrs. Davis is a daughter of Mr. Gamer. Miss Freda Gray returiied to her work at the Allen County State hank Thursday morning after being confined to her home by illness the past few days. KANSAS BRIEFS f HOLD MASS FUNERAL FPR VICTIMS 6F MINE DISASTER In a high school auditorium in Mbweaqua, III., 14 caskets lay in a row as Bishop James GrliBto of Springfield performed the last rites for Roman Catholics among the 54 miners who were killed by an explosion that entombed them on Christmas Eve. BARING NEW SOUTHERN BEACH STYLE FAIR MO NT'S Frozen Fresh Strawberries sind Raspberries are now on sale at all the leading frocery stores I I Miss Clara Hankins has returned | ' ^i'^' j^; ^™ T'^'" has been to Kansas City after spending the confined to her home the past week hoiidavs with her parents. Mr. and I ^J^-'' "''1^ ^obe out yesterday for the Mrs. W. C. Hankins ' '^'^^ smce her illness. —Dr. D. D. DeNpon. Surgery., Gynecology and T. B. I^hones: Office • .429:' Residence 956F1'2. Office over ' ..Jtamsays. i | • . / Miss Freda ||Gray will leave thus | evening for Wichita where she will 1 visit with friends over the week-end. i 7 . \ _i : . Mis.s Minnie; Peebler. county home ! .demonstration agp.nt. returned Wed- ! ^nesda.v from i Wichita' where' • she i spcnti Christmas with her .parents. i .'Mr. arid Mrs. H. J. Peebler. NOW 5c PER QUART Fairmont's high grade Pasteurized Milk in Cream Top Bottle for sale at Icadini? grocers Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bennett and their daughter Miss Ruth, and Mayor and Mrs. Harmon Hobart attended "a reunion Thursday at the Harmony school-southeast of Hum- •Itoldt. 1 -Mr. arid Mrs. G. M. Grover arrived yesterday from Bartiesville to be-week-end guests of Mr. Grovef's mother Mrs. George' Grover arid her family, and of.Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarthy. ^ i 'is-We welcome the opportunity to - gly^ you advance information. Sleeper Mortuary. Mrs. J. S. Turner, proprietress of the Turner Millinery, who has been ill -for several weeks, 4s noW able to be,out of bed and about the house. ' i^r. and Mrs.j Lester Sanders have retjjmed to their home in Dupo, 111., .after attending the funeral of Mrs. !\Sanders's father, Ernest Love. i • ' • " Another shipment of . HOOVER SWEEPERS i [S21.95—- K. C. EIccti4jc & Plumbing Co. Phone 65 Mr.s. H. D. Francis who has been ill With the fill the past ten days^ie to be out of bed a while each day. • , • . • 'I . . Marjorie Casper who has been a guest of Miss Lucille Smith the weekj will return Sunday to her home Ir^ Hutriboldt. ': • i^SPECIAL^ NEW YEAR'S DAY MENU " —50c— Oyster Soup : : Celery, Hearts Olives Pickles ; : Turkey with Dres.sing : and GlDlet Sauce : RbaJit Goose with Potato Stuffing : : Rtv^.stLec of Pork with Rpisins : ; IJrlme Ribs of Beef Au Jus : • . Cranberry Jelly : Pineapple Salad Stuffed Pot itoes : : Creamed Peas in Cups Hot Rolls : r Date Pudding with Whipped .Cream : Also Regular 25c and 35c Dinner : POLLY ANN CAFE ; >i : 201 S. Walshingtori : «--^-r--••••-^ • . Mr. • and . Mrs. Han-y Tliomoson 3 'ill have as, their guests for Sunday Mrs. Ora Huffman 'and her daughter Miss Jewell Huffman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of Independence. Mrs. Thompson is a daugh^fer of Mrs. Huffman. • : , Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Russell and -their son C. E. Jr., returned Tuesday from Hutchinson where they visited Mrs. Russell's parents Mr. and" Mrs. H. G. Marshall,; and her sister ^Iss Beulah Marshall, over - iDhrlsitajas. , • ' ? • —The lola Safeway Store will be closed all day Monday. Jan. 2nd. .• A meeting of the Southside Bible clat« was held yesterday aftemoon in 'the home of Mrs. S. McHenry, with iirs. O. Kem leader of the lesson. Nine members were present. The next mrctlng will be with Mrs. E. W. Amold, Friday aftemoon Januarv 'e. (By the Aisodated Presi.) I — • « Kansas City, Dec. 31. (AP)—Opposition to the domestic allotment plan or any other form of federal relief for agriculture was expressed here last night by- Dan D. Casement, prominent Manhattan, Kas., stockman. Speaking before the military order of the World war. Casement said he believed the farmers' troubles would be cured in time "by an unspeakably slow attrition." "We farmers, who can't stand the gaff will go under,". he said. "If this depression is merely a phase in the economic cycle, we shall be able to work ourselves but. If it is something else, as some are claiming, then we'd better be ready for a social revolution." He declared every single relief measure under consideration "merely puts an added burden on the government. I won't put myself in the position of making­ mands. Who is the government except ourselves and what are its resources except what if, taxes out of our earriings?" Gay canary yellow jersey makes this one-piece bathmg suit with halter- striped back and bandings in rust red and blue. It zips up the back « TAOK Clinton's Prophecy. , "The city of New York in the course of time will become the granary of the world,.the emporium of .commerce, the seat of manufactures, the focus of great moneyed operations, and before the revolution of a century the whole island of Manhattan, covered with habitations and replenished with a dense population will constitute one vast city.''—Governor DeWitt Clinton, in 1825. Regular Meeting American Legion Monday Night. 8 p. m. EARL HinrPER, P. C. A. V. Martin returned to his work at Sleeper 's this morning after being confined to his home by illness the past few days. CORRECTION. Through error the wrong price was given for the new Plymouth Six Sedan in Arbuckle's Garage advertisement yesterday. The correct price is $670, delivered, complete, at your door, excise tax paid. Superintendent A. M. Thoroman and his daughter Miss Miriam will drive to Kansas City tomorrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. M. White. Richard White, who has been spending the holidays in Iola,( will ac- compajiy them to. his home. Mrs. White is a daughter of Mr. Thoroman. : "FRANK SEZ": Start the New Year right by : : using the Mobil Twins—Mobil- : : gas. and Mobiloil. : ,: Frank Lawyer's Service Station : Blacksmithing, Welding, : Machine and Woodwork : : 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 : Eugene Miller, a student at the lola -junior ; college, will leave tonight for Mildred where he will spend the week-end with his parents Mr. arid Mrs. "M. L. Miller. —Friendly coun.sel when help is most needed. Waugh Funeral Home. Miss Prances Anderson, who has been a guest' of her grandmother, Mrs. WiUanna Green,. and of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Troutwthc, and of Mr. and Mrs. R. 'M. Worthlngton during the holidays, returned today to her horiie in Salina. SUPER SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR General Repair Oilinc and Greasing Car Washing; General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mi-s. Opal Dove and her daughter Jacqueline, and her nieces Mar- Jorie and Catherine Williamson, and her nephew Kenneth Williamson, who have been spending the holidays with Mrs. Dove's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williamson, returned "Wednesday night to their home in Freddiaia. Mrs. M. Reber and her daughter barlene of Los Angeles, Calif., and Miss Kathleen McDonald of Kansas City, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brownfleld during the Christmas holidays, will retiuii Sunday to their homes. Mrs. Reber and Miss McDonald are sisters of Mrs. Brownfleld. Liberal, Dec. 31. (AP)—John C. King, Seward county attorney, announced last night he probably would file fourth degree murder charges against Mr. and Mrs. A^^ey Palimeter, whose 17-month-old son was foimd dead in his crib December 24. A coroner's jury yesterday found that the child had died through exhaustion, resulting from parental neglect. Coimty officers testified they found the body strapped in a crib, and that the feet, legs and hands bore abrasions, apparently the result of struggles with the bonds. Palimeter was taken to the county jail for safekeeping. Emporia, Dec. 31. (AP)—A. statewide drive was decided upon yesterday by a group of Batitists as the means of raising $35,000 needed by Ottawa university for cturent expenses. Dates for the campaign will be announced at a later date by a committee of which W. A. Elliott of Ottawa is chairman. Hiawatha, Dec. 31. (AP)—Andrew Jacobson won the seventh annual Brown county com yield contest yesterday with a five-acre Si6ld averaging! 86.04 bushels to the acre. • Kansas City, Dec. 31. (AP)—Clarence L. Hogin, Kansas City attorney, died here last night, the third victim of a motor car crash inear I.ouisberg, Kas., Tuesday riighti His death occurred only a few hours after funeral services for his wife, who died the day after the accident. The motor car in which they I were riding struck a parked coal truck, killing Gordon C. Webb, the driVer. Hogin formerly lived at Belleville, Kas. LIZTOWN Dec. 26.—Those that have been hauling water are certainly rejoicing over the fine rains we have boon having. There will be no more water, hauling for some time now and wheat'will be beniefite'd by the rain. ciiristmas was a lovqly day, seemed nice to see the sunshine after such a glooiriy week. :It was almost impossible to drive over roads that are not hard surface; Miss Isabel Nelson will have a week's -vacation, she teaches at Prairie Union. ' Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster and Edgar Foster were shopping in lola Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mogel; Bart- lesvUle, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mogel and baby, Ottawa, spent <3hristmas at the parental Mogel home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martin and girls called at C-L. Days Wednesday evening. I . The ladies of the Sunshine club expected to call on the shut-ins of this neighborhood Thursday: afternoon and sing some Christmas hymns, but the rain prevented them from going. . Phil Nelson called at L. S. Mogels, Wednesday morning. A few from this neighborhood attended the Christmas, program in Coloriy at the schoolhouse Wednesday evening, given by the children in the grades, and thought it w'as fine. I ELM CREEK I Alice Proviincha) Dec. 27—Mrs. Roedcl and daughters Pauline. Nudine and Maxinc, I and Paul Geery spent ,Cliri.stmas day with Mrs. Roedcl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reilly. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Provancha and son Donald spent Christinas day with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Provancha and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherrill spent Christmas day with Mrs. Eva Tawney of lola. Mrs. Ralph Sherrill and son have ! been on the sick list lately. { Mr. and Mrs. John Sherrill spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jason Sherrill. Mr. and Mrs^Glen Dickerson and family spent (Thristmas day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams and family. Mrs.- Boyd. Heiser. and Mrs. John Cunningham were Friday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Overmeyer arid family. Mrs. F. E. Provancha a,nd family ate dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Provancha and. son Donald Tuesday. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hildebrant and daughter Wilma and Evelyn .Mcln- tyre were Sunday afternoon callers at the J. S. Overmeyer home. Mrs. George Balla and Winifred and Mrs.. J. A. Lamb were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams and family. Helen Adams is staying at Floyd Higginbotham's this week taking care of her sister. KELLEY SUNDAY FOR THREE DAYS DIAMONr> "Dec. 26.—Mr. and Misi M. A. Moore of Colony had as their gluests Christmas day, their children,; Mrs. Oorden King, lola; Mr. and I Mrs James Ryon and family; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Reynolds and family and their granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs Lester Cassel and family, Gamctt . Mr. and Mrs.. Glen Ledford and family and Mr. and Mrs. D. E Laymond spent (Christmas day in LaHarpe with Grandma Owens. Velma Ryon is spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. Gorden King, in lola. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ledford spent Monday in Chanute with Jake Hoke and family. Mrs. James Ryon spent last week with her mother, Mrs. M. A. Moore of Colony. Jack Babcock is in the hospital at Excelsior Spring, Mo. His friends hope for him to be able to .return home soon. David Briant and Miss Dorthy Gullett was united in marriage December 21. 'The Diamond people wish Mr. Briant and h^ new bride good luck, ' I Mr. Lloyd Ballard was a supper guest at the James Ryon home Christmas day. PRAIRIE DELL Dec. 29.—Here's a Happy New Year to all our; readers. Christmas plans in this community went pretty much awry, as many were ill with flu. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Klink, Allene and Rowiand sperit Christmas day at the parental Sams home. Mr. and Mrs." Irvin Sherrill, Wayne, and Roherta, were Christmas dinner guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Sherrill. Mr. and Mrs. Russell MJcHenry and Eugene, spent Christmas at Moran, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lam. Rossmarj- and Clara Shelton spent Cliristmas at the Barth home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sams, Virginia and Ruth Claire, of; Kansas City, Mo., spent Christmas' evening at the Klink home. Mr. Sams is a brother of Mrs. Klink. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Sherrill and Mr. and Birs. Hoyt Sherrill of Pittsr burg, Kas., were (Christmas afternoon yisitoi-s at the, J. E. Sherrill itiome. : Harry Shelton who has been ill with flu since Friday of last week, is able to be up again. Edwin Hallam helped with the work during hisllUness. vVe understand the Claude Talley family are improving. All have been down with flu, Bobby having bronchial pneumonia. Ellis is able to be up about-the house. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherrill spent Monday evening kt the Jason Sherrill home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilcoxin, Chester Wilcoxin and son Herman Oscar, I spent Cliristriias day with Mr; and Mrs. Henry Grimm near Geneva. Mrs. Oscar Wilcoxin and Mrs.' Grimm are sisters. Mrs. Chester Wilcoxin Is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Miller Beal, caring for the new girl at tihe Beal home. •: \ • M. I. i C. met with Mrs. Russell McHenry Wednesday afternoon, December 28, with president, Mrs. P. X. Willeriberg in charge of the meeting. The meeting was opened by singing "At the Cross" and repeating the club colject. "The lesson study was then taken up by Mrs. Barth, who gave a general review oif last quarter's ' lessons and first lefeson in new quarter. At the close 6f the study hour, a short businesp session was held, minutes of the last two meetings were read aijd approved. "The next meeting place 6as pot been decided upon, but announced later; The meeting closed by singing "Christ Arose''pnd praying the Lord's prayer in inison. The hostess served refreshpients to the members: Mrs. F. X. WlUenbcrg, Mrs. ML S. McHenry,'Mrs. Harry Shelton. Mrs. Clint Baker, Miss Elva Stickle, Mrs. Harold Baker, Mrs. R. E. Sullivan. Mrs. C. F. Barth, Mrs. B. C. Japhcl: and gi ests, Mrb. G. F. Klink and Allege ind Virginia Sams, and Eu- .gerie McHenry. Mrs. fenider continues quite poorly. Thi M. I. P. sent her a basket of fruli as a Christmas remembrance which she enjoyed vefj* much. Mr. (ft. W. Baker is not planning to go tb Florida this winter. Mrs. Bert Japhet and Mrs. Harry Sheltort called on Mrs. Snider Wednesday-) afteraoori after club meet- I Ing. j ALLEN CENTER Dec. 26.—Mi", and Mrs. George Rose attended the funeral of a cousin, Mrs. F^d Rose, at Nowata. Okla., Wednesday. Miss Esther Matthews. Lakin. Kas., and Ross Matthews spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson WalUs. i Mr.' and Mrs. C. E. Turner and family and Mr. J. H. Ttlmer went to Topeka Saturday, to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howard., Mr. Tirnier remained at the home of his ^ughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wade and Ejlizabeth spent Christmas day with Mrs. Leona Morrison and Monday 1th Mrs. Wade, In LaHarpe. Mrs. C. E. Turner, Mrs. Jno. Page ajnd Bertha Fitzpatrick attended the CJhristmas program given by the qirl Reserves of the LaHarpe high .school, Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rose had as their (fuests Christinas day, Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Rose, Mr. and Mrs. phester Rose and daughter, all of •Yates Center. j Mr. arid Mrs. Axel, Peterson and Herbert and Bobby Cummlngs spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ralp^ Biggs, Elsmore. Mrs. Jno. Roedel, Pauline, Max? ine and Nadine, and Paul Geery were guests of: Mr. and Mrs. J. Reilly Christmas. Mr. Roedel was uriable to go on account of a bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Page and Wilr lis. Bertha Fitzpatrick arid J. J, Fitzpatrick spent the day Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. I.,T. Lcake;- north of Gas. Despite the rain and bad roads; a good sized crowd attended the Chri.stmas program, Friday night." given by Miss Wtay and pupils^ Recitations, dialogues and songs were given all appropriate to the occasion. Especial mention should be made of the song by the primary' grades also of the othe" erodes, which showed good training. A vocalduet by Maxlne Roodol and Miss Wray with Mrs. Howard Wade accompanyirig and a saxophone and clarinet duet by Pauline Ohlfest and Tom Fowler. Elsmore, with Miss Wray at the piano, w-ere enjoyed by those present. A Christ-; mas tree lighted with colored elec- (Answers will be found on Pa^e 5) .trie- bulbs held the presents of the ' teacher and pupils. Mrs. A. Ohlfest and fam- ^ ily, Toni Fowler and Eamest John- ,' son, all of Elsmore, attended the (T^ristmas program Friday night. M1 .SS Pauline Ohlfest spent the night ; with Miss Wray at the Roedel home. Miss Wray left Saturday • for Tulsa,'Okla., to spend her va- ; cation with her' sister, Mrs. Grace • Ludlum and Mr. Ludlum. Mr. Welth, who has been iU for sometime. Is reported as not so well the past week. Mr. and Mrs. ^Harold Remsberg and Beth spent Christmas with Mr. ? and Mrs. Fred Daniels and Velma, in LaHarpe;. Ml-, arid Mrs. Karl Wiklimd enter- . talned Mr. and Mrs. E. .E. Kalm, Mr. arid Mrs. Lawrence Kalm and- ; family, and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Nie- ; meyer and family, Chanute, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kalm, Christmas.; Mr. iind Mrs. Brooks, Tulsa, Okla., j spent Christmas with the latter's . parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. •John.son ' and sister, Clarine. A small ad in the Classified (Columns often puts over a big deal. To Those Who Can Write: If ing yoi feature ials, wish a w: able a Prd vited 'Tess of the Storni Countru" the first Fox picture in several montha to have^^anej^a^norJi^ in the. steUqj- have desire for and feel- ability to write stories, articles, essays,, editor- l^ems, etc., with merit and to market your "stuff" in riolesale way, with reason- profit, you need to get into |ss Syndicate. You are into write. . JUDGE JOEL E. SMITH SHIRKMEBE HOTEL ynCSXlA, . • • KANSAS Flu Is Not Yet Alarming But Precaiitiohs Advised Colds Especially Dangerous Now With Outbreak of Flu in This Section. '^Vvoid All . Colds Possible— js^coming on-uie Vicks -Nose & • Throat Drops, the new aid In pre- Treat Every Cold Promptly and Vigorously"—Is; Program Urged. OUTLINE DEFINITE PLAN As yet, the outbreak of flu in this section has not reached alarming proportions. However, everj^ one is urged to follow every precaution agaipst, its spread—especially careful in avoiding and to be •eating down way colds just now. Colds pull body resistance and pave th! for flu and all its serious complications. The safest course to follow s that outlined in Vicks Plan for better Control-df-Colds. This proved Plan combines I certain simple rules of health With proper medication, at the proper time. Its effect isjto reduce the number and spread of colds —to lessen the severity and duration of those that do conie. Briefly, it is this: i To Prevent Many Colds. Live normaliy^on't worry. Get plenty of rest and sleep. Eliminate regularly, Drink lots of water. Eat light, wholesome food. W.itch yourself and children carefully for any sign of "catching cold." At that first feeling of stuffiness or nasal irritation, sniffle or sneeze —Nature's usual warning that a cold venting colds. This will check many colds at the nose and throat—where most colds start. To End a Cold Sooner. If a cold has developed or strikes without warning, vigorous hieasures are necessary. Rest as much as possible, preferably in bed. Take a mild fexative—if needed. ' . : v : At bedtime, massage throat and chest well with Vicks VapoRub.l It nets two ways at once to bring relief: By Stimulation tli©)iigh the sjcin. like a poultice or plaster; and t>y Inhalation of its medicated ya- pbrs direct to irritated air-passagea N.o "dosing" to upset delicate digestions and lower-body strength when it is most needed to resist disease; 'During the day, iise the; convenient Vicks Nose Drops every few hours as needed. They add to comfort—help shorten the cold. ;if the throat is dry arid "tickling," or irritated from coughing, there is pleasant relief in the new Vicks Medicated Cough Drop — Ingredients of Vaporub in convenient candy form. ^ i- Plan Tested and Proved, in clinical tests among thousands last winter, Viciks Colds-Control Plan redifced the number and duration of colds by half—cut the costs of colds more than half. Itow you cari follow the Plan in your home is fully explained in each Vicks package. LET US HELP YOU KEEP STRAIGHT IN 1933 With Modern Office Equipment arid Supplies THESE ITEMS ARE A FEW OF YOUR FIRST OF THE YEAR NEEDS Inventory Sheet.s Ledger Sheets Bound JoUrnal.s and ^Ledgers . • ^ Folder.s ahd Guide.s Transfer Files Letter Heads Statement.s ' Envelope.s—Check.s Everything for the Modern OfTice PHONE 18 OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT The lola Daily [Register.

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