Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 6, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 6, 1933
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l|HEIOi:A:PAfLY REGISTER. FRIDAY! EVEm^ JANUARY 6.1933. Keen men, mean men, merely money mad, . - Cave men,; slovenly ahd sad. Strong: men, wrong men, going to !the baid, : All mjarohing to the Day of Judgment. ' sfeek' men, weak men, slinking left, and right, . KOIQ^ men, toUgli men, eager but to fight, . Queer men, fear men, creatures of the night, |_ All marching to the pay of Judg';; -inent, i i Grim men, slim men, 1 iggards in the ; race, • j . j Tall men,' small men, stem and : fierce of face. Proud men, loud men, seeking power and place, - All marching to the pay of Judgment. • liSlld men, vild men, aimless and : ,astroy, CrOfle men, rude men, jostling on ' their wav.' J PteyJ men, clay men, living for the day. All > marching to the Day of Judg- thsni. Oreat men, straight i inen, stout of !h6art and soul, : Biwve men, grave men, in a noble role. W&e men, prize men, pressing to" wards the goal, AD mardiing to the Daj" of Judgment. —GrenvlUq Kleiser. ^dii. TVoodard Entertaink Mrs. H. L. Woodard entertained yesterday at a i one o'clock covered dish limcheon the following guests: Stesdames Pearl Sallee, wi D. Clark, H. T. Ashford, arid C. S. Bishop. Tlie afternoon was spent quilting and having a social time. <• • <• —Jannary Store-Wide Clearance Sale offering onnsnal values hi every department. Ramsays. • •. , Mtoiients. Musical Postponed , The Moments Musical club pro- gra;m which was planned for Tuesday of next week) has been postponed two weeks'aid will be held • J^nitikry 24, it was announced tqday. The prevalence of flu and other sickness msde the postponement B6em advisable. i Birthday Party Miss Nelda Quinn entertained in her home -Wednesday jevenlng in, honor of her •. fifteenth birthday. Dancing and games were enjoyed by the guests and the hostess, asdsted by Miss Mildred HInson, served refreshments. The guests were: Misses Betty Epiey, Frances Payne, I^lla Burgess, Marcella Chryst, Mary Gozdak, Amy Lon Langsford; Messrs. Bill Bixby, Ralph Cox, CecU Dolli- soh, Barney Smith, pecil Lawson, Alan Sleeper, Alvin •," Nelson, John Hurley, and Harold Gish. • • • St. Timothy Women's Auxiliary Meets The Women's auxiliary of St. Timothy's Episcopal church met yesterday afternoon in . the home of Mrs. G. E. Pendarvis with Mrs! Pendarvis presiding. The Rev. Charles R. Davies opened the meetihg by leading the devotionals. Committees were appointed for the. coming yeftr. as follows: Mrs. C.' L. Tumejr and Mrs. C. L. Lutz, parish chairmen; Mrs. H. C. Scarborough and Mrs. R. L. "Thompson Jr., community; Mrs. J. M. Lamer, nation and World. The donation of food and clothing to a needy family was reported. The auxiliary decided to hold a parish dinner Thursday, January 12, at 6:30 at ihe home of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Cox, to which all of the chiirch members are invited. RULES PltlCES^ Dr. Otto Heintzei above, is Germany's new price dictator, ap- ' pointed by President von Hindenburg. I • - DEER CREEK Jan. 2.—Mr. and Mts. John W. Punkhouser took diimer with i/tr. and Mrs. Javeaux and family last Sunday. i Mr. and Mi-s. Delmer Brbwer arid boys and Mr. and Mrs. Barley Wynn and family spent Christmas at the John Wynn home. Mr. and Mrs. Zan Hayworth of St. Joseph, Mo., have-been visiting the past week at the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Thohoff and family. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Elmore and girls spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams and* family. Mr. and Mrs. Fraiik Roney and family wereThiu-sday evening callers at Ray Bowen's. Raymond Bowen who had a relapse from flu and suffering with rheumatism remains about the isame. ' , Jim Williams and famify: visited Tuesday night at the Delmier Brower home. Jorin Thomas and son Bill, called at the Brower home Saturday morning. Pearl Williams burned her foot with hot water quite badly last Monday. Anna Javeaux called at the Bowen home Sunday afternoon. Jim and Homer Wynh visited the Thohoff tmys Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford James visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lantz Sunday. Mrs. Burkett, Raymond and Irene were callers at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Bowen, Sunday. The Happy Hour club had a New Year's party at Javeauxs' Saturday evening. About fifty people were present. A short but very interesting program was given, by the club. The rest; of the evening was spent in playing games and enjoying music by the young folks. At a late hour refreshments were ser\'ed. All departed for their homes having enjoyed a very pleasant evening. The .Happy Hour club will meet next "Tuesday, January 10, /ftjlth Mrs. Kincaid. HORIZOXTAL 1 Withdrew. 7 Symbols of royalty.' 13 Oat grstss. 14 To press; 16 Tribunals. 17 College official. 18 Weight allowance. 19 Lays a street. 20 Writing fluid. 21 Ana. . 22 Sagacious. 23 You ami me. 24 Insect. 25 Coniferous tree. 27 Senior. 28 Stocky horse. 29 Headed, pin. 30 Color. , 31 To embrace. ,32 Withered. 33 Eccentric Wheel.' 34 To skip. •35 Pertaining to velum. 36.Setter. 38 Neuter pronoun. 39 Apportioned. .^ns»ver to Previous Puzzle 40 Drone bee. 41 Myself. 42 Friar. 43 ^yadiriB bird. 45 Witticism. 46 Lowest; 4S Clotted blood. 49 Pertaining to air. .'•.0 Irish. ni Not any. .'•)2 Inside. 5:!Colum'n projection. 51 Failure to pay, as debts. liMadam Curie discovered 2 Lays smooth. . 3 Indian tree. 4 Hotel. 5 Sun god. 6 Loose earth, 7 Decayed. . S Half an em. 9 To embarrass, in To bathe. 11 Wrath. 12 To aver. iSCompre- a ; hension. IS Label. 19 An Iberian; 21 Drumbeat. 22 Small bird. 24 Marsh. 2G To affirm. 27 Total. 28 Mug. 29 Rivulet. 30 Old, woman. 31 Very warm. 32 Enfeebled. 33-Heart. 34 Po\|.-erful Gei^an leader, .3».Gas outlet, 36 Dower property. 37 Answer. 39 Gives medicine. 40 To 1 perish. 41 Edible fungus. 42 Bulk. 44 Brought up. 45 Bill of fare. 47 Before. 48 Secured. 49 Data, in Chaos. 52 ProvidoVI. Christian Church. Spend the Lord's Day hi the Lord's HoUie. We invite you to study ^hd wrt^ip with us Sunday. |3ible school at 9:45 a. m. Communion and preaching at 11 a. in. At the moriiing worship Rev. J. iJee Releford will speak on the text, Romans 1:16: "For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ: for It Is the power of God unto salvation." Christian Endeavor societies will meet at 6:30. Evening preachteg at 7:30. Sermon subject, "The Cohfesslon of Sto." A sermon with a number of texts. Pnsiiyteriia Chorch. 10:00 a. tn. Stm'day sohbol with a place for everyone. Come, you will be welcbme. 11:00 Morning worship. The pastor will preach. The sermon topic: "The Greatest pf These." i 5:00 p: m. Meetbjgs of the graide school and: juirior high school endeavor societies. , 6:30 p. m. Meethigs; of the high school {fnd Ji:inl.Qr conege endeavors. 7:30 p. m. The evening? service, with a proBnctton of the play,; "Why the Chimes Rang." Monday p. m. Meeting of the executive committee of the Missionary Societies In the Guild robin pf the chiu-ch. This meeting is for the purpose of perfecting the final plans for the Crifclble Campaign. Tuesday, 6:30 p. Im. Meeting of thd Kdelas Guild In the church. Wednesday, e':0O p. m. Meeting of the Alpha and Beta Guilds at the church. 7:30 p. m. Mld-w6ek Prttyer service. Mr. A. R. Sleeper, leading. Thursday, 2:30 p. m. Meetings of the divisions of the Working society. First division meets with Mrs. R. L. Dunton, 209 S. "IWrd street: second division meets in the' Guild room of the chm^; third divfelon meets with Mrs. H. A. Brown, 322 South Washington, Mrs. Sherwood assisting; fourth division will postpone its meeting untn the last Thursday hi the. month. Tbe Baptist Temple. All the regular services will be held Sunday. The pastor will preach at both services. A notice of a. Crucible campaign in two of the other churches appeared in the paper last week. Our church will also carry on such a campaign from January 22 to February 15. Please look evetywhore for bid Jewelry or plated ware such as watch chains, rings, silverware, spoons, and bring them to the chin-ch dtutog the campalgri. Printed material will be here in,a few days. AMONG SIX SH0T>!4TiARMY POST Said to have been brooding on his demotion from sergeant to private, James Abemathy, negro soldier at Fort Huachua, Ari^., killed two dfa .cers and their wives and wounde^ another ofBcer. The officers slain are Captain Joseph R. Wesseley (left) and Captain David A. Pahner. Lieut. Harnie Matthews (right) was injured. After the murders Abemathy was followed by another soldier and killed. Church of Goa. (Comer Pomth and Madison.) Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. yfaimg People's meeting at 6 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. iff. ij Prayier meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. • •. • i Cottage prayer meeting Tuesday at 8 p. m. JOSEPH REDEN, Pastor. Ftfst Church of Christ, Sdenti^' Sunday services 11 a. m. Wednesday evening npeeting, 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. "The reading room at corner East and Sycamore streets, is open dally from 2 to 5 p. m., ejtcepting Sundays and legal holidays. , "Sacrament" will be the subject of the Lesson Sermon in all churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, January 8th. Golden Text: Hebrews 13:16. To do good and to communicate forget not: for with Such sacrifices God is well pleased. The public Is cordially Invited to attend the services and to enjoy the privileges and make use of the readtag room. Church of God. Sunday school begins at 10 a. m., followed with preaching at 11 a. m. The eventag service begins at 7:30 P- m. . , ; Bible study every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. Cottage pra:yer meeting every Friday ait 2:30 p. m. Young people's and children's meeting at the -chtirch basement eVery Friday ait 7 p. m. Everyone welcome to our services. —Frieda Neuenschwander. Fir^ United Brethrm Church. You should attend ^rvlces sbme- where Sunday. If yoli have no church home, we Invite you to worship with us. Come and try diir unified services. 9:45 Worship and praise. 10:10! Sermon, "Pacing LHe% Tasks." • 10:35 Sunday school classes. 11:15 Adjournment; 6:30 Endeavor societies meet. 7:30 Popular evening service. The pastor win bring both messages. Nazarene Church. 10 a. m. Sunday Bible school. Mrs. Nellie Raridel, superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The pastor will bring the message. 6:30 p. m. Ybung People's society. M^. Caddis, president. 7:30 p. fn. Evening service. The pastor will preach the sermon. ' 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, mid-week service. Something special. M. R. BISHOP, Pastor. COXJNTYLINE Jan. 5—Mr..and Mrs. Carl Bamett were visiting. Ohijistmas with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Powell., Jasper Powell viAted Christmas at Tal Sherwood's. ; Jasper, Norma Jean, Maxine and Dewey Powell visited New Year's at Lloyd Walt*rs's. : Mr. and Mrs. Paill Iden and children were visiting at "Tal Sherwood's Saturday evening. . Fred Sherwood visited at the TBI Sherwood home Monday. ' Carpenters tove just finished a new barni for Jim Sherwood. Jim Sherwood, and brother Ferris ivislted at Don Othlek's Stmday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Iden (md children spent Cbristmas and New Years at the Jim Jeffetles hoine. i Walter Irwln and Paill Iden-Went to Garnett Friday affemoon on business. LIZTOWN Jan. 2.—Mrs. Grace Gillham and daughter June Ann, Mildred, spent several days last week at the parental Mlnckley home,^ while her mother, Mrs. Fred Minckley,' was helping care for her mother, Mrs. Childers in lola who Is quite ill. Rev. and Mrs.-L. L. Hanthome, Mr. and Mrs: Maurice Jones, Evalyn aind Mabel called at L. S. Mogel's "Thursday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bain and family were dinner guests at M. H. Jones's Sunday. The ladles of the Sunshine club entertained their husbands and families Wednesday evening, at the T.,J. Foster home. The evening was spflent In playing games and singing and listening ov-er the radio. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Bipwn. Reva and Fern, Mrs. Edna Bain, Vera, Fern and Billie, Mrs. Gillham and June Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jones, Howard, Clifford, Evalyn and-Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minckley, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mogel. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. New and Roberta, Mr., and Mrs. Erman Thorpe. Miss Isabel. Walter and Phil Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster and Ed-; gar. Dojlie and Betty Joe Sprague were ill last week with colds. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mogel called at the William Nelson home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Herrick returned home Tuesday from Topeka where they spent Christmas with their son Homer and family. Mrs. Fi-ank Williams called on Mrs. Levi Kelley Wednesday mom- tog. Mrs. Ehzabeth Wise, Colony, is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ross Williams, and is quite ill. Her The Spanish Armada. At the beginning of the sixteenth century Spain had thfe most powerful navy of the time; and was winning supremacy in the. New World. With the iniention of crushing Queen Elizabeth, Philip II built an "Invindble Armada" of 131 ships wliich'sailed for England in 1588 carrying 27,000 men. Badly damaged by a storm, the fleet was defeated by Sh- Francis Drake. "This I made England mistress of the Seas, and left the contest - for influence in jlorth America between England and Pranjie. .son Clarence Barrett and family of Newton spent part of last week there. Mr. Barrett and boys returned home "Thursday but Mrs. Barrett remained to ^te^sare for Mrs. Wise. Benjamin Williams, who was &a early settler iri this neighborhood but for the lastJ few years has been making his home with his daughter. Mrs. George Gamble Meade, passed away Christmas morning. He leaves two sons. Ross i and Carl Williams, and one daughter, Mrs. ^George Gamble, and four granddaughters to moum his going, and other relatives and friends. The heartfelt sympathy of thHr friends is extended to the sorrowing ones. Mr. and- Mrs! J. E. Mattox were dinner guests at T. J. Foster's New Year's. now talks price in a famous WiOsher Sunday School ...Lessooi^.. JESUS BEGINS ms WORIC The International Uniformr- Sunday ScKool Lesson fUr Jan. 8. 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MADISON The beginning of the -^ork of .Jesus was hot, as one might have expected, in sopie great utterance or action. His ministry began where the ministry 6f all mien begins, in the testing of his own soul. So much emphasis has been made upon the theological doctrine of the divinity of Jesus that we are apt to forget that his divinity was revealed in his humanity. It was as "the man Christ Jesus" tiiat he revealed the divine life and incarnaited the God of love and grace in a world of sinful and needy men. Being hinnau.-*«e'was subject to temp- tatlonr and we are reminded in Scripture that "he was in all points a teinpted like as we are," and that "inasmuch as he suffered] being tempted he- is able to, help them that are tempted." i > It was in temptation, therefore, that the mintstiy of Jesus began, or temptation accompanied the beginning. Just what was the nature of the temptation and the testing of the soul of Jesus himself we can judge from the stories of the temptation as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew. "The three temptations there recorded would seem to symbolize the temptation of a man conscious, of his power to give his life to world dominion rather than to spiritual .service, .to exercise his power fbr vain and worldly ends instead of for. the glory I of God and for the salvation of himianity, or to use that power for trivial or magic ends instead of In fiilflUment of the divine purpose in changing the hearts and lives-of men. "The temptation was in the wilderness, which means that Jesus fought out tbe crucial battle and decision of life alone—that Is, alone with God, and with the nunistering siiirits that came to him with ministering grace in the hour of. his victory. "The testing of Jesus w^s, of course not orily In those days in the wilderness. All through the days of his earthly life imtll the ,agony pf Gethsemane before the hour of the cross, Jesus was subject to temptation. His spirit was tried; he felt the need' pf prayer, and he went at times into the wilderness .and IQLA.I^ANSAS: up to the mountain to pray. .'We arc told to one case that he continued all night In prayer to God.'r" It ought to be a iis of the Jw^y ta wjflch charjitt^ Us made st^bng and m,en are fitted for the work of ministering" In Christian wajra.,. If . Jeaiis ' needed prayer, how much more do we heed prayer? "The foundation of his ministry, was in the things that brought hun near to men as he was brought into the rfullness pf the relationship to his Father and the perfection of realizing and doing the FatherV, will- In the strength of the consciousness of his divine mission, he went out to gather men about.him who .would be capable of shsiring his mission and helping to establish the kingdom that he had come to set up on earth. , We must never forget. that the Kingdom of God had, in • the thought of Jesus, an earthly aspect. It was a kingdom that was • "at h.ind" and that was in the midst of men, though it was a kingdom that could not be confined only to earth or to earthly interests. It is the significance of Jesus that he came to link earth and heaven in human life. "The ministry/,that he began- is the nxlnistry that we need today, and the ministry which he invites all who Imve faith in him to share. '. , AGULDENISTHfcJKtffETAPV UNIT OF WWr COUNTRY? ' VAAT SUBi:Afa .Vc , MAD£ TPE FLPb" COMMERCIAL TRVNS ATLAfJTC VOVAGL ? (Answers will be found on Paec t!) MVCJS COUGH DHofi . .:. Real Throat relief! Medicated with ingredi- ; ents ofVicks VapoRub I OVER COM E S BAD: BR E ATH RESPECT —^foi" the bereaved i.s part of our ideals of fulfilling the dutie.s of our profe.ssion. Qui' per.soual .service is one of Human Service. Funeral Service W A U G H Ambulance Service Phone 36 Official Statemeiit Of the Financial Condition of the lOLA, KANSAS M At the cloac of bu-sine-s-s December 31, 1932. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts _$348,749.62 Overdrafts i 28.00 Bank Building and Fixtures 29,000.00 ; Other real estate owned i 11,073.89 88,296.85' Government and municipal bonds CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE 103,083.60 Total J_. f580,231.96 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Stirplus and undivided profits account Reserved for .Depreciation DEPOSITS 1 . Total ? 50,000.00 45,201.43 970.46 484,060.07 -__$580,231.96 The above statement is correct. L. E. HORVILLE, President. Official Statement Of the Financial Condition of the Allen County State Bank lOLA. KANSA-S At the Close of .Business.Dec. 31, 1932. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts -U- Overdraits Real Estate _____ Municipal Bonds and Warrants _^__ __ United States Bonds _______ __'-__CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE ___J _._._„ _.$ 764,049.6i9 76.67 84,450.24 47,054.27 25,000.00 812,980.10 Total - — __-_ $1,188,610.97 LIABILITIES Capital Stock (paid in) .-__., Capital Stock (earned) ____ Surplus Fund (earned) : __ Undivided Profits (net). \ . dividend,No. 55 payable Jan. 1st, 1933 DEPOSITS --_ . .$10,000.00 ' . . 20,000.00 $ 30,000.00 __ 100,000.00 40,€02.38 . ___. .4,500.00 ..—_._ 1,608,508.59 Total __.__$1,183,610.97 THOS. H. BOWLUS, President, V.'

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