Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 25, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 25, 1933
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v. THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING.^ANUARY 25, 1933. lOLA, KANSAS ' FIRST PHOTOS OF RENEWAL OF JAPANESE-CHINESE WAR FABLE FOR YOI^TH. The tavem in the mountkln's pass ^ Had stepped their youthful climb. Tliey ialked ol glacier and crevasse They'd conquer in good time. — Splendidthis wine! Ambition's spur They dulled awhile in play. Cfim'eithen an older traveler, ~ 'Descending the sheer way. Folly that he a peak had sought' Thai; youth alone might win.' They did not see his feet had brought Staiadust into the inn. —Daniel Henderson. Current Events Club Meets ;VVlth Mrs. Ray _ Tlie^Current Events club met Monday ajternoon at the home of Mrs. Phil Rny with Mrs. Anna Hen-, president, Jn charge of the meeting.The program was featured by three pa- pcrp read by members of the olub: ••Murais and Frescoes," by Mrs. W. P. J^cFadden: "Painter of Renais- cance," by Mr.s. Culberlson; "Media Art," by Mrs. H.'Bragg. Tho.<;e present were: Mesdames George Vo.sse, H. C. Bishop, W. P. McFadden, A. W. Young. L. Rosen- beer, l^erie Lannlng, Lee Moore, Anna. Herr, H. G, Rldgway. Leo Renner, and Mm. Culbertson of La- Hjype.: • • •> Moments Musical Club I'r<iffram Given ?Trie Pel Rose room of the Kelley hotel was crowded yesterday afternoon wHh members of the Moments Musical club who gave .every evidence of enjoying thoroughly the ))rograiti that was presented under the chnjrnianship of Mrs. Kent Dud- ]ey. The numbers were given iH ac- coTdanqe with'the program as pHnt- rd in !Cfonday\s Register. Following the program. Mrs. Lillian Wright occupied a few minutes to announce that the-City Pedera- lion litis sponsored ' a play, "The -Music Master." which will be presented in the junior high school auditorium Friday night of this week, and n .skert for support of tlie music club. She spoke of the fact that .steps are being taken to form a dra- jn.Uic dub hci -e which will follow . the "Little Theater" movement, and .said tliat further announcements c'owceming it would be made later. • • <• ,loIu. Musif Club Program The miscellaneous program pre-, Kented by fhe lola Music club yes-; . terday afternoon at the Baptist "temple \va* varied and interesting. Dean Bi-ooks responded to an enthusiastic ejicoj-e of. his trombone solo from Ro.s.sini's Stabat Mater with Schubert's Ave Maria'. In both • ttumber.'i lie was accompanied by his mother. Mrs.'R. S. Brooks. Wayiw Eflin .^ang effectively the Aimels Serenade, by Braga. with a violin obligato played by Miss Eula Strong, kiid piano accompaniment by Mrs. iWil.son.. Juno Heathman .))!ayed irt a delightful m:!nncr,"'rhe" by Chajninade. a) id a clirl- net solo. by Katherine Mendell was iinother ^feature of the program. AH cihor numbers were well received. Mrs. Ed Dantorth announced the program, and refreshments were xcrved by the hostesses, 'Me.sdames K. N. Phillips and R. S. Brook.s bf Colony ;and Mrs. L. W. Simmons and Mrs!'Charles Scott Jr. New active members are Mrs. Mas- Ion Lucille Porter; new student members are Vesta Lacey, Viminiii'Taylor. Katherine Mendell and Ivaii Fowler; and Mrs.. Don Spillman- is a new as-sociate member. Tl^e next rateeting of the club will be an Oriental Tea on Febi-uary 14. at which the members of the Hmri- . boldt Miisic club will be guests. ^ Surprise Birthday Party for Miss Bat«s A surprise birthday party was given by members of the O. G. club Monday evening in honor of Miss Ruth Bates. The evening was spent! at bridge and dancing, and refresh- i ments were served from tables artis^ j tically decorated in pink and white. Those present were: Misses Remain Russell, Tillie Litwin, Mary Jane Roe, Julia O'Plaherty, Kathleen Dullea, Louise Green, Melva Bergman, i Grace Sloan, Maxine Robinson, Bet- i ty Grant and Ruth Bates. V. F. W. AnxHiary Plans Valentine Party The ladies auxiliary of the V, F. i W. met last night in the Cj. A. R. rooms at Memorial hall with Mi's. Ethel Langley presiding over the business meeting at which a Valentine party was planned for the next meeting; on February 14. | After the business meeting, the "north side" ladies entertained the "south side" ladie^ in the pojst room as a foi'feit for having been the.las­ ers in a recent membership drive. The post members were guests also. Games were played • and delicious refreshments were served. ; Mrs. Delia Maudlin , was captain qf the "north side" arid Mre. Ellen Campbell of the "south side." I •> •> •> Fidelis Gi^ild Meets for Picnic Dinner The Pidelis Guild of the Presby^ terian church met last night at 6:30 for a regular picnic dinnei-. Mrs. D. P. Northrup reviewed, the chap- j ters of the study book on "The Young Revolutionist," and the even-: Ing was spent tacking a comfort for "the Welfare association. Thdso present were Mesdames R. D. Snuffer. D. P. Northrup, Fred Dunlap; Misses Dora Langford, Dorothy Meliza, Lenore Moore, Theta Brewer, Blanche Travis and Tot Bartels. • <• • Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Russell Major was hostess to the members of her bridge club last tilght. The hlgli .score prize was won by Miss Katherine Bennett, second high by Miss Ella Vezle. and consolation by Miss Alice Menzie. The other members present were: Misses Hattiebelle Christy, Margaret Roberts, and Mesdames A; A. Rasmussen and Bon Kessinger. <• • •> Entertains Bridge Club Mi-s. % 8. Courter entertained the members of her bridge club IP--night ill her. home. The prize for high score was won by Miss Roberta Pronk. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the members, who NEWS OF MILDRED Funeral Service for lytrs. Theodore Hntton Held at the Hntton Home on Monday. MILDRED, The above telephotos are the first to reach the United States picturing the Invasipn of Jehol province in China by Japanese troops. They show scenes in Shanhaikwan, the gatieway to the province, after the city had been bombarded by Japanese cannon and-planes. At the left is a Chinese temple near the Great Wall, and at the right is a business house in ruins. i dard. Winifred Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wight. Mr., and Mrs. Bert Fryer, Mr. and Mrs.,J. N. BUrnside, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brim, Marcia and Albert Fryer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bush, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Foster and daughter. Mi-, and Mrs. Glen Foster, Mr. and -Mrs. L. E. Wight. Mr and Mrs. Dee Sell, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Greene, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Horton, Miss Ruth Horton, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lewman. Miss Viola Lewman, Charles Robinson, Miss Thehna Llt- teer, John Gordon. Miss Margaret' Sherrell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon. \] Toroh Bearer's Class > Tlie Torch Bearer's class of the First Methodist church held'a picnic supper and meeting Monday I night in the home of Miss Helen i Willis. The members who attended [were: Misses Alice Menzie, Katherine Bennett. Ruth Reade. Ruth Thorman; Mesdames A. W. Young, Joseph Chehaske, Russell Major, iknd the teacher. Mrs. C. M. Funk. I • • C Rice-Cox I Friends of-Wendell E. Rice, for- Sherwood Thursday all day with a „ ,„ ______, Los Angeles—Despite dropping are Misses Griffin, Joan Hen-{ nierly of lola. will be interested' to | covered dish dinner. Roll call will j prices, a good, healthy orang-outang derson. ftuth Bishon, Roberta Pronk. learn of his marriage Jdnuary 22 to jbe an.swered with "Your most em- 1 still is worth $12,000. Miriam Clark, and Mesdames Gerald I Miss Blanch Cox of Buffalo. N.i Y. Goes and Buford Anderson. iT>ie marriage took place in Lacka- i wanna. N. Y. After a week in Ro- I ence Abbe were week-end guests of who is soon to start for the South Dinner Party Given for Chester, they will return to Buffalo ; Miss Jones's brother, Frank Jones} Pacific and East Indies to collect Mr. and Mrs. Greene ; wliere Mr. Rice is manager of the ; and family inear Lawrence. i f or the California zoological gar- The proprietors and employes of ! men's department In the A. W. :^ck i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Abbe and ; dens. Fryer's, The M. & M.. Greene's. Foster's, and Lewman's meat market gave a dinner party Monday night at the Portland hotel in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Greene, who returned last; Saturday from theli' honeymoon. Mi's. Greene before her marriage was Miss Edith Horton. The Rhythm RoUickers orche-stra played during the dinner and Bert Fryer acted as toastmaster during the program which followed and i which was thoroughly enjoyed by everybody. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Stoddard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKenna, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Menzie. Mr. end Mrs. Albert Cornell. Victor Brown. Marjorie Bell, Charles Walters, Grbver Menzie, Ruth Stod- shoc store. Mr. Rice was bom and reared in Allen county and went; to grade school in lola. Twelve Blacks \ HORI'ZOXTAIi • 1 Gene? Sarazen ^ Is a r-^ star?' .1 5 To ptepare tor ^ publifcation. S Wattle tree. 10 Male: tennis •^hanvpion. .il2To ridicule. 13 Related on life TJiother's side.>i , 15 Policeman's token of ofllce. 16 Native. J S Verb! IBTreek ^ 22 Foretoken. 24 MlnoV note. 25 To care for. 27 Opposed to dead; 29 To bark sbril|y. 31 Worfe of fiction. 32 To carry on as war. 35 To gaze , fixed)y. .•iCTlieater stall An.swcr to l*revipus I'uzzle sisiQaiii^siiaaii 15 Baseball club. l"To drink dog- I fashion. 20 Residence of an ecclesiastic. 21 Coin apertures. 22 Apparent. 23 Skirmish. 2G To scold PLEASANT VALLEY (C. E. Berklhiser.) Jan. 24.—The play put on by the Pi-ogressive ladies of" Spring Branch and given last Friday night at the Spring Branch school was pretty well attended and proceeds were very good. We sure want to thank everyone, who attended and those in the program for their efforts to make our club work a success. ; Elma Jones is staying with Grandma Skinner and helping with the work while Mrs, Skinner is not well. Russell Snyder spent Sunday, at the Berkihlser home visiting Charlene. They are schoolmates. Miss Carrie Walters and Mrs. Mae Weldin were supper. guests Monday evening at the Berkihiser home. Randall Sherwood, who attends LaHarpe high school, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherwood. The Progressive ladies of Spring Branch will meet. with Mrs. Tom N. E. HUMBOLDT Jan.-24.—Billy Ronsick spent the wecfk-end with Richard Gerken. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClellan were lola callers Monday morning. ' Bett>- Louise Lovely spent Sunday with Corlnne. Mrs. Belle Adams and Lonnle were in Chanute Monday calling on friends. , Bernard Griffith returned to school Monday after being absent all last week on account of Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Charley South visited Mrs. Belle Adams Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wemmer and D. A. visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Lester Roberts and Mr. Roberts Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. WiU Wadley and Mrs. Volver visited Sunday evening I 'with Mrs. Belle Adams and Lonnie. John Barrvmore. Katharine Hepburn and BiUle Burke in R-K-O-Radio's Mrs. Belle Adams and Lonnie were dinner guests of Mrs. Hattle Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. John Croisant and family, Pauline, Josephine, and Cordelia Lassman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gerken.; Mr. and Mrs. John Gadral called in| the afternoon. Mrs. Bill Hedge and children and brother Carl Sullens of Hutchinson, and Verdie and Virgie Sullens who have been visiting relatives in Missouri spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sullens. Mrs. Hedge and children' and Mr. Sullens returned to their home Sunday. barrassing moment." } - This is on the word of John Bran- Miss Mable Jones and Mr. Clar- i son, animal and reptile collector family andi Mr. Paul Abbe, lola, I Branson says the elephant is next were Sunday afternoon visitors at f i" vn'"e. bringing as hifjh as S5.001. the parental Berkihiser home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snyder.helped Jim Davis; load cattle Sunday morning. Mr. Reeves and Mr. Carrier of Lone Elm trucked them to i Kansas City. , Mr. and Mrs. Le Plake and son Clifford and Mrs. Connie Hornbeck, Chanute, arid Mrs. Ralph Hunt and two small children of Arkansas City were supper guests at the V/illiam Klotz home,Sunday. ; Edwin Weldih was out to the parental Weldin home cutting wriod Monday. : Mr. Klotz was in lola' on business Monday. Clarence Abbe and C. E. Berkihiser attended the sale at Ostrom's and Searsey's last Tuesday at Carlyle. Mr. Charles Wray threshed kafir for Harold Gay. B. F. Spencer. Harry Maley, and Glen Snyder last week. . , Mr. Harry Maley delivered kafh- corn to Russell in Gas City Thursday. Fanny 'Weldin who attends lola high school, spent the week-end with home folks. • Kas., Jan. ' 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Walton, Mr. and Mrs. John. Meador, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown drove to lola Friday evening and spent the evening at Claude Roe's. Misses Meribeth Ater, and Louise Hummiston were dinner guests at Scott Brown's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.' 'Osi-'o Minkley. of O.swego,. spent Sunday at the parental MUlardj Heath home. Misses Ruth Hosley and Beulah Brown who attend: Junior college in lola. spent,the weiek-end at their homes here. I Mr. and _ Mrs. M. J. Keeton ol Bu.?h City attended church liere Sunday and spent the day at Gill Ruxtons. ; The Parent'Teachers meeting will meet'Thursd^y evening. Mrs. Wallace McCaslln of Kincaid will be present and talk on Kansas. The entire prqgrain will feature Kansas. Mis.s Pauline Miller spent Sunday 'with her grandmother, Mrs. A. C. Best, in Mora,n. Ijola Pugh returned from a visit v/ith her aunt at Chanute and ts working at) Elmer Kites. Mrs. Theodore Huttoh who ha.s been seriously ill for sometime passed away jSatrirday morning. Everj- thlng that loving hands and medical aid couldi do was done, but God called her home. Adda C., daughter of Abraham and Maria Hoffman was born February 22.; 1868, at Dayton, Ohio, and passed away at the home of her daughter! Mrs. Urless Nevltt. in Mildred,, Kas.. January 21, 1933, at the age of 64 years, 10 months and 29 days. At anj early age she camo with her iparents in a covered wagon from Ohio tp Kansas. The old home place is where they settled and she hadj lived here ever since. The Hofifman's were real Kansas pioneers. On! December 27,1887, she was united in marriage to Arthur D. Reynolds whb died October 5, 1900. To this union were born four children, Rus.sell of Mildred, Mrs. Mae Riggs, of Hiunboldt,'Lloyd, of Lone Elm and Mrs. Lois Nevitt of Mildred. On Januarj- 14.1903, she wa.s united in marriage to Theodore Huttou and to this union were bom two children Caroll of the home, and Rarrell who died in infancy. To ^ think of her! was to think of those i things that she loved to do. Things that gave, material expression to spiritual things, her garden, her flowers and [her passion to do for others. Shej was most delighted when she could do something for someone else. She will live in the hearts of those to wliom she was unselfish in iher devotion. She was a real home j maker and the following words of the Holy Writ ex- emnlificd her life. _ "She looketh well to the ways of her household and eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children shall rise up and call her blessed and her husband, he praiseth her." She was a faithful wife, a devoted mother to her children and . to her motherless daughters-in-law, Nellie and Nanc.v. a good neighbor and a loyal friend. She .leaves i to,nvourn her going her; husband, her children and their, fimihes,. eight grandchildren, two; ssters, Mrs. Amos Shively 61 Colo-} rado, and yixs.- Emmett, Lariiunyon* of CaUforn^la, one brother Jolui; Hoffman ofBronson, many nieces' and nephews and a host of jfriends.'^ ^ Funeral .sendees were cpnducted Monday afternoon at the home, bj' Rev. J. C. Lane and she was laid; tp rest in Fair\'iew cemetery. Th& large attendance at the funeral and tjhe many beautiful flowejrs wert^ silent tributes of the love of thost> who knew her best. To the grief stricken loved ones goes the sympathy of-all. I Among; those from a distance wh6 were herb for the funeral i of Mrt "Pieodore: Hutton were mariy from Kincaid and Lone Elm. Mrs. Edltfe McClew of Granite City, ,111.; Mr. and Mrs. Grant Shockcy .of lola;; Mr. and Mrs. Vcs Atwater! of Gar^ iiett; Mi's. Quin RejTiolds of El Dorado, Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. iciarenci-. Warren of lola; Mr. and Mrs. Doli Ray of Gamett; A. J.. and Pranj: Hummiston; of lola; Mr. tind Mj/., Creed Minor of Selma; ;:Mr. anti Mrs. Floyd Mann, of Neo.sho Fall^: Mr. and Mrs. -Norbom Jones, pi Centcr\'ille; Mr. and Mis. M. ij. Kecloh of City; and Mrx. I.ydia Li'eurance^ and dai|ghter dl Tola; Mr. and llli-s. Lester Stokor and Charley Hutton, Golumbiik kas.: Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton and Mrs.- Olive Manskcy, lola; Mr. and Mrs. Irve canady, S(Ima; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Elunlap arid Wilm-.r Canady, Selma; and Mr. land Mns,' Lonnie Hutton, Gamett, Kas. Mr. arid Mrs. Art Allison, Mi% Allison and Mrs. Hueston drove ^o Paolif one day last week and visij- cd at Press Deihms. Tliey report i Mrs. Deihrii in a serious qonditiOR \ Mr. and Mrs..M. M. Aclanis and Mrs. Llllie Hellard were dinnrr guests of Ml-s. Laura West Sunday . : Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ewing of Kip- c.iiri, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Huffman of Bush. City, andJMr. laRrl Mrs. Tiiompsoii of Kincaid. were xa Frank Thomjxsons Sunday ' and helped Pauline Thomp.son! celebrtwc her birthday. • , ] i ; Mr. and Mrs. Stough, Miss Mai- garet Stough. Dorothy Moore and Miss Martha Ulrich, spent Sd.t- urday evening at the Ater hom«'. Mrs. Lillie Hellard cam!e In from Guthrie. Okla., Sunday for a few- days tfi<=it at M, M. Adams; She Has becai yi.sltirig her daughter in Guthrie arid is en route to hoir home-In Mound City. ! LUDEN'S SE^CRET FORMULA ^COUGH RELIEF For 35 year,<ithas helped millions—and you'll find it only in Luden's.: Menthol Go.ugh Drops SISTER AAARY'S of 42 Tissue. 44 Measure area. 43 Projecting member for a mortise Joint. 47 To diminish. 49 To nullity. 62 Feminine tennis ' cliampion. 54 To become exhausted. 55 Musical drama. 31) Standard type 56 Gun lock measure, 57 Scatters as 40-Drces. hay. VKRTICAl. 1 Glutted. 2 Recessed window. 3 Guided. 4 Lawyer's charg-e., 5 Night before. C Noise. 7 Void of sense. 8 Disease similar to ' tetanus. 9 Cot. 11 To perch. 12 Elderly matron, 14 To summon. constantly. 2S Qugle plant. :iO Self. 32 Moist. 33 Last word of a prayer. 34 Funeral orations. 36 Works. 37 Artiflcial cbannels, 38 Before. 41 Growlug out. 43 Intertwined. 46 Cluster ot .wool fiber knots. 48 Striped fabric. 50 Afternoon meal. 51 To make a mistake. 52 Iota. 53 Monliey; spoons salt, 1 teaspoon pepiJer, 6 cups water, 2 tablespocns butter, 2 tablespoons fati Disjoint fowl and cut larger piece.s in portions for serving. Mix flour, .salt and pepper and coat each piece thoroughly -with flour. Melt butter and fat In frying pan and fjiiickly brown chicken. Arrange in deep casserole. Make a gruvy of remaining flour and water in frying iJan iu wTjich olvick«n was browned and pour over chicken In tacserdle. There should be enough gravy to cover chicken. BY SISTER MARY XKA .Service Wiltcr , AT.TIIOUGH the city markets oH'or "springers" of varying Krades, this type ot chicken is high and scarce and the housekeeper who wants to serve chlck- . fMi must depend on what the poultry man calls ''fowl" for her family dinner. It tU«se older chickens are prepared with proper care, delicious well-flavored dishes are, fortb- coining. -Tlie prolonged cooking usually nacsssary to make the flesh tender apt to dlevelop a strong flavor. To prevent this, let the fowl stand in cold salted water for ii.u hour before cooking. Another point to remember when cooking year-old chickens is thi» careful regulation of temperature. Whether the chicken Is to' 1 )0 roasted or stewed, a low tem-i perature should be maintained j lijroutrlioiit the entire cooking pe-! rlod. If the fowl is started to' cook, at a low temperature thej meat will become tender and re-! main moist. Quick sui^face brown-' ing improves the looks a.nd taste, of casserole dishes and does not affect <lie tendoriu'ss of the meat' because the heat fails to pene-; irate. Dumpling.s, noodles and hotl_ • biscuits are favorite accompani-.„ ^ ^ ments for chicken stews. ,The i" 7 «ter. Cover casse- li.luor in which the chicken Is';>'o'e and cook three to foiir hours cooked is always rich and fla^r-;"> » moderate oven.. Serve from same and makes delicious gravv. i . . . Chicken en casserole is an ex-; To make an impromptu chicken rellent dish to serve when xx ^^-V^e, the cover ot the ca»sero\e can cook wants to .spen* most of her^e removed ^nd the chicken and afternoon out of tlie kitchen. The ^'•87. covered with a baki^ng pow- •lish goes straight from the oven-^f b'scuit dough for the last half to- the table without any last- ^^ur of cooking The dough can minute fu-^sine '° rounds, making mmuie lu.sing. biscuits, or it can be dropped and ririck«n en Casserole roughly spread over the top, mak- One fowl, 1 cup flour, 4 tea-;i ,ne a pie crust. Tomorrow's Menu BUEAKPAST: California grapes, i-ereal. cream, potatoes hashed in milk, crisp broilo<] bacon, toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Baked macaroni and oysters, rye bread and lettuce sandwiches, baked apples .with cream, milk, tea. DINNER: Casserole of chicken, mashed potatoes, creamed rutabagas, ginger ale salad,' frozen macaroon cream, milk, coffee. REGISTER CLASSIFIED ADS GIVE YOU MANY AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET IT AND SAVE IT . . . . . Things you no Jonger need ... or things you wish to replace with something new ahvuys find a ready Jiiaiket in Register Classified Ads. You'll find them everyday under such classifications as Furniture, RadioSj Used Cars, Ofiice Equipment, Etc. Both Suiters and Buyers find the Classified columns the most logical means for Action; Use the want ads to buy and .sell . , . . , I YOU'LL FIND IT PAYS; • REGISTER CLASSIFIED ADS—Phone 18

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