Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 19, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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I^Afil?. TWO i WINGED VICTORY , Sprecid your great; cover Kh^Ung defeated and alone. -Letl nasi not hear;the mocking tone - Of victors. May I yet be free To t^t my jcburagB once again By; standing on a windy ptow Rising the storm as you do now "And icleave anew some unknown Let set forth adventuring, Briathe the salt wind, taste the . spray [\ j'. • • -Blovm from Islands far avfay. Sheltered by jyouf immortal wing Mayll sail some ultimate sea 'idling the! vessel dip; and rise ' iToffard new horizo'ns, fresher skies Undaunted, r shouting. VICTORY!. : —Llllle HoUiday Kellam. TiX9 Brohx, N. Y. Wednesd <<T Afternoon OtUfft, Club _ - VIS. Uoyd Carter entertained yest ^ay afternoon the members _^Qf the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club; and'one guest, Mrs. W. M.- Wells. 'High score prize was won by %Irs. W. iD. Jones. The members^ present were: Mesd^mes T. O. Caiiatsey, Jack Hiatt. C. A. Swip- gett; W. D.Jones, W.' L.' Cos. L. B. ' Chevalier, and Miss Mary Crouch. Hostess to Bridge Club Miss Ruth Bishop was hostess to her; bridge dub Tuesday ;night in her borne. Miss Bess Griffin re- .celved the high score prize. Lunch was served after cards. Members attending were: Misses Miriam CjMk, Joan Henderson, Roberta ;Stonk, Bess Griffin. Mesdames Bu^ .ford Anderson, Gerald Goes, and E. , B. Courter. . \\ • • Ei ^tertains Brid^ Club _ IMrs. Joseph Chehaske entertained; her brldg^ club last'night. .The .high score Was won py Miss Beatrice McMmxay and second high by Sil£S Catherihe Gard. Two guests, Mrs. Vernon tJuggan and Miss Miriam Clark, and the following members Were present: Misses Isabel Ashford, Lloa Weidleln, Margaret Bbberts, Blanche Marmont. Cath- -eritle Gard, and Beatrice McMurray. i' • • • SMdenon circle Meets Henderson i Circle No. 147. ladies of the O. A. JR., met yesterday afternoon In regular session at Memorial hall With the president. Mrs. tacy Morrejl, in charge. The (SJcripture lesson was taken from the aSnd chapter: of St. Luke's verses one to ten. Relief work since the • fest meeting to the amount of $10.20 and 18 sick ' calls were reported. Thirteen members attended the meeting. • ^ - • ^' Dlsifllll Meeting of jReb^b Lodge ; District No.' 12 of the Dorothy Rebekah lodge held its annual meeting TUteday in the I. O. O. F. lodge hall at Humboldt.~ The meeting cbmmenced at two o'clock in the aftehjoon and continued through •the evening. I Mrs. Leila Scaggs; of Kansas City, iKansaS', warden of the ;Reb6kah State Assembly, was in charge of the school of instruction. '^The lodges represented in the district were Chanute, lola, Humboldt, and E .1e. The Chanute deerpp .s^fff .exemplified the degree and the lola lodge had charge of the mdmorial service: Mrs. C. A. Anderson, .lola, was elected treasurer and Chanute was chosen for the next meeting. Those who attended the meeting from lola were Messrs. and Mesdames J. H. Butger, C. A. Anderson, J. H. Klnser, James Mcltamln. Oorbett Thompson; Mesdames Carrie Jacobson, C. S. Taylor, W. B. Swlnlford, Nora Henry, J. ^. McMurray; A. .Z. Grove, Oscar McKamln, M. E. Harclerode, Pred M^nzie. Fred Woodln, ,L. F. Wilson, Mabel. Manning, H. L. iFrodsham; M. S. Lewis, Walter Maudlin Sr., Knight Lee, George Gillow, J. B. Kemp; and Misses Alice Menzle, Myrtle'Titus and Julia .rWil- liamson. Farm Bureau ..iNews... CALENDAR Th ursday, January 19—Diamond unit meets with Mrs. Hurd at 2 o'clock. Meat cutting and curing demonstration by Mr. Braum. Friday, : January 20—LaHarpe unit m^ets with Mrs. George Roe at 2 o'clock. Saturday, January 21—Office. Monday, January 23—Office. Tuesday, January 24—Elsmore unit meets at 2 o'clock. Wednesday, January 25—Mr.. Schoth 4iH club man here. Helpful Thouffht, Beauty is the splendor of truth.— Plato. Household Hint. To keep the grease from popping in sauteing mush or eggs, try dusting some fiom: into the grease as you put in the food to be sauted. Distinguish between: Prying and sauteing. Frying is cooking in deep fat.'Ex- aimple. frying doughnuts or chicken fried, steak. Sauteing is cooking in a small amount of fat, the method we commonly call frying. Sweback Pudding:. (Recipe from Mrs. E. L. Yount) 2 tbi; cornstarcli 3 egg yolks 2 c. milk ?4 scant c. sugar Pinch salt 1 pkg. swiback V4 lb. melted butter tsp. cinnamon 3 egg whites and 4 tbl. sugar. Beat the egg yolks, combine with the milk. Combine the sugar and cornstarch. Combine the liquid with the dry ingredients also melted butter. Line a small baking dish with the sweback rrumbs and pour in the mixture and cover with crumlis. Top the pudding with the egg white mixture. Bake in a moderate oven for 30 minutes. Delicious served with whipped cream. Lim<^ DriUinr Riff Moved from Cnunria* Farm to Jphzi'Boedel Pi^ to 0HU ttr Oas. ' LAHARPE, Jan. 19.—The Limes drilling rig was moved today from the Crumrlrie farm to the John Roedel place south of town, where they wUl drill for a gas well. The cabinet members met at the home of Miss Luclle Davis Tuesday evening for a grijbr-Those attending were Misses Uvon Stephens, Luclle Davis. Margaret Stewart, Radine McCulley, Alma Turner, Dorothy NeWton, Juile Heathman, and Leona Stewart. Mrs. O. T. Harris was quite ill at her home Wednesday and unable to be at the store. Word was received here by Mrs. Guy Tredway of the death of her brother, A. L. Tear, with heart trouble at his home in Sedgwick, Kas., Wednesday; Herbert Martin has recovered sufficiently from influenza to be at the store V/ednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Duzan, Moran, were in town Wednesday calling oh Mr. Duzan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ace Duzan. Mrs. Ace Duzan who has been quite 111 for several days remains about the same. Mrsi F. W; Roach called oh Mrs. Dora. Wade Wednesday afternbon. Miss Caroline Thormann watf improved enough Tuesday to set Up a few minutes. I Frank Stevenson returned W«!d- Humboldt Unit. The Humboldt unit of the Farm Bureau held an all day. meeting Tuesday, January 10, at the home of Mrs. Robett Hamm. In the morning Mr. Braum gave a demonstration on the cutting up and curing of;pork. The men hadfbeen invited to attend this demonstration and to stay for dinner. A cafeteria luncheon was served to 24. Miss Feebler was present in the morning. Meat cannhig was the work for the afternoon. At. the business meeting it was TOted that the name of our unit should be "Better Homes Club." We decided to have a food sale Saturday. January 14. The proceeds of this sale will be used to send a member of our unit to. Manliattan Jji February to the Farm and Home Week. The club will meet February 14 at the home of Mrs. Guy Bales.— Humboldt reporter. THE TOLA PAILY JREGISTER, THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19.1933. !n»3day afternoon ^rom Kansas City Where he had been on a business trip. . : Granvil ^ Stephens and Robert Martin drove to TJoronto, Kas;, the. fh«t of the week after Mr. Vkrtlif's sister, Mrs. Wo<?ten, who returned jwith them to cire for her mother who is ill. ! ' Mrs. C. A. Walker and Mrs. J. C. Moore speht Wednesday afternoon in lola on I husihess. Mr. Wilson, a representative of the Harding cream company, was in town dalling on business friends Wednesday afternoon. Charles Shelton was not quite so well Wednesday morning. A meeting of the .cabinet memberk of the Methodist Epworth league Was held Tuesday evening at thfe home of its presidenf;, Miss Madeline Limes. Several business matters were settled. Those attending were Misses Mabel Johnson, Lucile DaVls, June Heathmain, Uvon Stephens, Julia Lott, and. Miss Limes. ' ! REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS | (JYom the Office df The lola j • Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) | 4_ , January 18, 1933. Margaret A. Stewart, a widow to Tony E. Stewart and Etta B. Stewart, for and during their natural lives, and also during the life of the survivor of them, with the remainder oyer in fee simple to the heirs by blood of th£ said Tony E, Stewart, then surviving, Eh& iNW% and SW fr. of NWU 30-25-20, 121.32 acres, more or less. $L 1 Anniversary Sale starting Friday, Jan. 20—Closes; Saturday, Jan. 28. To celebrate our 16th Anniversary, in { lola we have prepared a number of unusually attractive features. 6ur late wihter ite'ms are priced far below their vaue and in addition, we are sWwin? new Spring Dresses and IVTIlllnery. Come— thc| treats are on us. DRESSES 32 Silk Crepe Dresses, Sizes 14 to 42, values to $15, $3.95 8 Wool Dresses, 'sizes 14 to 44. values to $15 $3.95 New Spring Dresses, plain colors and prints, in crepes and sheers, specially priced at $5.95 Silk Hose Rollins Pure Silk, Full Fashioned Hose, discontinued numbers, good serviceable colors. Pair 59c 2 Pairs $1.00 Millinery Choice of all winter hats Each 50c Art Goods Any stamped article in our art goods depai't- ment One-Half Price We are observing Na'tiona Thrift Professional i Women's club. Lingerie To clear up bi'oken sizes and lots—some items were priced as high as $2.95. Bloomers. Panties, Dance Sets—Your choice 39c Wash Dresses Special for our Anniversary 59c, 2 for $1.00 Fast colors, sizes 14 to 50 New Spring Hats Special values for our Anniversary $2.95. Week with the Business and u SCuliSfiop MILLINERY-LADIES j FURNISHINRS 0 NEWS OF COLONY Town Girls BaslietltaU Team Give Farewell Domino'Party for ' Rtiby and Irene Specce, COLONY, Jan. 19.—Mrs. Claude Strickler and Mrs. Emma Hester spent Tuesday afternoon at the John Hamilton home. Mrs. Hazel Chew and Mrs. W. B. Winkler, Thrall, spent Simday at the R. W. Gooden home. Frank Speece and family left Tuesday to make their future home in Jasper, Mo., where Mr. Speece is employed by the Missouri Pacific railroad. . Paul Saltzman, Greeley, visited frienjds here Monday evening. Mrs. Bumess Murphy and. son, near Welda, spent the first of the week here with relatives. Aliss Ruby Speece attended a party in I Greeley Monday night; As a farewell for Ruby and Irene Speece the itown girls' basketball team and their coach gave a domino party in the Holzapfel pharmacy Monday night. Refreshments were served, at a later hour. The guest list included: Ruby and Irene Speece,; Capitola Wilson, Emma Hamilton, iVances Swickard, Pearl Haas, Lena Speece, Ruby Crawford, Alta Argo, Grace Huskey, and Frank Post. Charles Roehel, lola, was a business visitor in Colony Tuesday. Miss June Reed, lola, visited friends here Monday evening. Mrs. E. M. Chatterton celebrated her birthday by a dinner Sunday at which the following relatives were guests: Mr. and Mrs. George Chatterton and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Chatterton, Reuben Chatterton and Margie, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Olmsted, Ei M. Chatterton and sons. Bill Cooksey of LeRoy visited friends here Monday evening. Charles Ballard, Santa Fe, New Illexlco, is visiting his nephew, John Holzapfel, and other relatives. Miss Beula Moore was in Quenemo oh business Wednesday. C. K.^Barackman was a business visitor in Topeka Tuesday. Earl Roberts, Kincaid, is working in Colony. E., W.' Hubbard, west of Colony, was in town Monday, and reported ; that the revival at Northcott was very successful and would continue i indefinitely. Ci p. Beshears is recovering from Influenza. G, O. Reeve of Lone Elm transacted bustaess in Colony Saturday. George Kellstadt, Weldfi. visited his mother, Mrs; John, Kellstadt, Sunday. Lafe Mason has returned from a visit with relatives in the northern states. Georg? Lord, Lone Elm, was in Colony Tuesday. I Will Reeve made a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday! I Mrs. R. W. Gooden is in Eureka visiting her mother, Mrs. W. B. Winkler. ' The Forget-McrNot club met at the home of Mrs. C. N. Tonkin on Friday, January. 13. The • leader, Mrs. Charles Jones, gave a review of "Mackeral Sky" by Helen Ashton. The roll call was "Superstitions." Refreshments were served to Mrs. W. J. Stanford, Mrs. Annie Molesworth, Mrs. Will Vameri Mrs. W. I. Thompson, Mrs. John Schafges, Mrs. H. R. Rhodes, Mrs. D. F. Porter, Mrs. L. O. Nickels. Miss Maude Jones,; Mrs. C. H. Jones, Mrs. Ray Garrison, Miss Anna Francis, and Miss i Frankie Dysart. The next meeting will be with. Mrs. H. R. Rhodes January 27. lOLA, KANSAS Is Your Skin Here's Quick He p for You You don't have to put up with that embarrassing disfigurement unless you wish. Emerald Oil—soothjing, healing, antiseptic—will act Ike magic to clear away ev'ery blemlkh. Just bathe your face with hot'wster and soap, and then apply Emerald Oil. No rubbing: in of thick greaseT Just lave your face gently \ rith the healing oil. leaving a little on your skin all night. In a few days you'll see an amazing difference—not a pimple on your face! ' • But don't wa!,ite time merely thinking about it.' Get En erald Oil today froin Cook's Drug Store with a 'promise,of money bacc if it 4oesn 't ; clear your face. ANTISEPTIC by ViCKS at HALF the usual price of other quality antiseptics Born m a depression year,.. am accordingly,.. a 75^ value for only 35^ T ODAY the makers.^ of Vicks Vapo- Rub present a new antiseptic .. Vicks Voraione Antisepti^. No extravagant claims are made for it. It is simply the best oral antiseptic Vicks Chemists could produce. And they were aided by the scientific experts of qur 16 allied organizations . .. io America, in England^ and in Germany. They examihed the whole field of oral antiseptics. Some they found were too weak...a few were far too strong for regular use in the mouth...most werje very good... but \all were much tooJexpensive •.. especially for 1933. Effectiva ... and Safe So they j^rpduced a bala^ed andisepac... mild ' enough- to fee tised daily ^^itljiout risk I to dielicate BMjinbranes UICKS AHTISEPTIC ...strong enough to do everything an oral antiseptic can and should do. You can use it in your customary way. And Vicks Antiseptic has this additional unique advantage... Boi;n in a depression year, it is priced accordingly; Large 10-oz. bottle... a usual 15f. value... only 35fi. 5 Million Trial Bottles Of course, the only real proof of its economy—and its quality—'is an actual trial in your own home. To furnish this proof, we have produced five million trial bottles, wtuch we ase supplying to druggists everywhere baow the costofmanufaciun. Each bottle contains 2 M ounces—a usual 25$! value. The price, while they last, is only 10^!. . • BAD. BREATH • MOUIH-WASH . Daily Oral Hygiene, After Smoking, Etc. • GAROLE Som Throat, Incipient Colds • ANTISEPTIC LOTION Minor Cuts, Abrasions, Etc. January 16 to 27 Set As National Thrift Week by Business and Professional Wpmeit. A Mld-^inter Clear s&neea^ Penney s Ma|ces litis a Rare''Thrift Week''for lola What STYLE! WhatSAVINGI And they're > FAST COLOR! 1 . Bress Prints Newest EfTects I • Rich Colorings I Youll Love Their Gay Variety 1 WA3H DRESSES Friday and QQ/» Saturday Oe>V INDIAN BLANKETS While Quantity Lasts 98c LADIES GALOSHES Small Sizes — 66c TABLE COVERS 16x49 Siz^ --- 19c AVENUE PRINTS New ; Shipment- lOc WARMTH! WEAR1\ VALUE! 6 EACH Deep Nap^Finish Just think of it! Priced even /ewer than you'd guess. They're the thick, warm, sturdy kind I -Double-bed size in plaid; designs that'll add a flattering color- note to your, bedroom! Odds and Ends at Dsrastie Reduetiotis Nowhere—at any time—such a V alue as this I Now slashed to No let-down in the fa- moua quality, either! gvery wear-giviiig feature retained—|he sturidy den. im. the strong stitching, the extraj fullness and other .details that make them better! The Money-saver in fVorh Clothes America Has A waited X Boys* Sizes HERE'S A GREAT VALUE! Work Cut to extra full size I 2 btit- thra pockets!: Dress shirt e^- i lar I Non-brtakabte buttbiis T Fine cotton fabrics 1 CHILDREN'S GOWNS 25c N0 >V , ; Priced WORK PANTS Heavy Duty -—.-. WORK SOCKS Extra Heavy CHILD^I^N'S HOSE Doublee Knee _ WIZARD SHEETS Special Price 2 For - tP.JL DOUBLE BLAPfKETS Part Wool $1.9$ l4itfies' Wliiter Coats^ut Less Than Hull

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