Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 30, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA, KA[NSAS wmiaW Pickett is confined to his home by illness. Bohumir Kyrl, coraetist and. band director of Chicago was a week-end Sliest of Mrs. Jeannette.Messick. . JMT ; and Mrs. James A."~Williamson oi( Ponca City, Okla., wew week-end guests of Mr. "WiUiamsqii's lather •Ji H. Williamson, and ot his sister Miss Julia WllUamson.. ' — • • 1— Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office oyer Brown's Drug Store. X-ray cfjuipped. Phone 14D. L -1 Miss May Balzer, a teacher in the l^etrolla city schools', and Professor Chester Smith of Rock were guests Sunday of Miss Balzcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Balzer. •j William Gwllliam, who resides near Moran, is recovering from an rttack of influenza. Mrs. A. A. Rasmussen and Miss Margaret Roberts visited Sunday *ith friends in BarllesvUIe, 'Okla. i Alice Grant Rosman's New Novel i "PROXECTING MARGOT" •} \ begins in the March Delineator. V ; Phone yoiir subscription today. Special, 15 months for Sl.OO. , i R A M S A V .S • Mrs. R. O. Christian and son Robert Ord Jr... returned today from a week-end visit with Mrs. Christian's parents, Mr. iand Mrs. Upshur Snider, in Po?;t Scott. i- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reinfeld of Westphalia visited Saturday wittf . their son O. L. Reinfeld and his family. • : . For Finance Commissioner. |^ X I wish to announce my candidacy iior nomination to the office of iPinance Commissioner, subject to Ithe will of the voters in the coming lljrimary. Your votes will be appre- I dated. J/D. BUCHANAN. ; A. C. Wagner returned Saturday ito his home in Emporia after an over-night visit with his brother. F. 1A. Wagner, and Mrs. Wagner. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lee returned ^Thunsday evening from- a ten-day ivacation in New Mexico. Texas and Oklahoma. , We have sold 12 • New Faultless Electric . Washers This Month. Names furnished on request. 1 Get yours while the r Roll-A-Tubs are Free. ! Priced right. Terms are right, i W. U. WOOD FINE FURNITl'UE f 203 S. Jeff.—Phono 190 I Dr. and. Mrs. G. S. Lambeth and (their daughti;r Mary Bell went to ^ 'Kansas City ISundny on \ business. -iThey will return Tuesday. ^[.Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Brannum jand Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd AjTes at' tended a seven o'clock dinner Sat. ..urday evening given for the Metro' polltan sta £r at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith in Port Scott. Any Dress, Suit or Coat : Cleaned and Pressed : 35c — •; Let us Clean and Repair all those old garments now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS i: Phime 797 111 W. Madison Tlie liev. and Mrs. M. E. Bishop and Mrs. John Nelson attended the annual convention of the Nazarene Women's Missionary society Friday at Lawr^hce. Mrs. Mary Jane Mursh of Edinburg, Scotland, was a guest Friday evening pi Mrs. Kate Cooper and h?r daughter Mrs. Jeannette Mes- slck. ; . WIVES Sleep late and let your Hiisband Breakfast at Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE CInb Breakfasts Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Penimore moved to 320 South Walnut Friday from their former residence 219 South Elm. Mrs. Louis Rounsaveli and her daughter Prankie of Humboldt were guests Saturday of Mrs. Rounsavell's father. Dr. C. E. Wood, and her sister,' Mrs. C. B. Tippie' and her family. Mr. and Mrs. George Trowbridge and their children moved to 811 South Walnut Saturday from their residence 615 North street. —A .service of dignity and good taste. Waugh Funeral Home. Roland Priboth, en route from Wichita to the Ottawa university, stopped in lola last evening for a brief visit with his faunt Mrs. W. J. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. W. ited Sunday afterijioon Gertrude Poster in |E . Oliphant vis- with Miss iMorehead. Mrs. C. E. daughter Charlene her son Clarence north of town, Sunday of Mr. and H. O. Abbe is a soi> hiser. Berkihiser and her Berkihiser and lAbbe. who live weite dinner guests Mrs. H. O. Abbe, of Mrs. Berki- THB lOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING;, JANUARY 30,1933. IS THE NAME GIVEN THIS PLANE ? WHAT IS THE WORLDS AUTO SPEED KCORO? (Answers will be found on Pare 6) Mr. and I Mrs. B. F. Winchel of Osawatomle visited a while Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Olmstead. : They were on their way to Chanute. Mr. Winchel is county attorney of Miami county. Robert Trout of Kansas City spent the week-end with Mrs. Trout. Misses Ruth and Rachel Rundall entertained MSsses^ Margaret and Geraldine Shewell ».t seven o'clock dinner Saturday evening. —Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back on the new Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs. Curtis Furniture. Miss Catherine Carson, a teacher in the Toronto city schools, was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Veteto, who reside west of town, w'ere guests Sunday of Mi', and Mrs. Free Preston, who live west of town. Mr. and MrsJ C. F. Ridgway and I itheir son Franklin of Emporia spent ;the,week-end witli Mrs. Ridgway's iparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. West, :and her sister, Mrs. Melvin Bums ^aiid her family. , I • , r ;-iMr. and Mrs. Sam Blizzard and tt heir children Br>-an and Bobble of I i:Joplin, Mo., drove to lola ISunday, Iretuming in the evening accompanied by Dot Blizzard, who has been Visiting the past two weeks with llicr aunt, Mrs. C. B. Tipple iand her , [family. Dot' Blizzard is a daughter {of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blizzard, i \ "FRANK SEZ": - \ I '. Farmers—Have your Discs isharpi: cned now. Our price until Feb: i ruary 15 is. i —20c per Disc— i 1 Our Farm Repair Service \s Complete !' Frank Lawyer 's Repair i)hop p" Blacksmlthing. Welding, : . I Machine and Woodwork - \ 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 , b^car Daniels and Prank Pierce' returned Thursday: from i Luling, . {Texas, where they have been em- •pIojTcd for.sevelrai weeks. i MI ". and Mrs. George W. Irey and their children. of Itivertori were guests Sunday of Mr. Irey's sisters. iMrs. Thornton Cox and her fam- .'ily, and Mrs. Mar>' Jones; and her "family. 1 ' - .-ATTENTION FARHIERS: r: To introduce our new disc rolling : ^: machine wo-will sharpen Disc : : HaiTOWs for, the special reduced : : price of : : —20c, per Disc— • • : for 16" or less: until February 15. : c. c. MCCARTY & SON ; : 301 South St. Phone 216 : SWEATERS Big shipment just received—new blouse style—Chenille and loose weave—new puff i sleeves — new colors— I — $1.98 — THE LEASER Mr. and Mrs. J. Ol Thompson had as their guests for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thompson of Bronson. E. H. Bronson is a brother of J. O. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McKinney returned last night from a short visit with Dr. and Mrs. Ellis McKlnhey in Parsons. Mrs. Ellis McKinney accompanied them to lola for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank *Flsk. Ask Your Grocer or Phone 91 for I FAIRMONT'S i Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cottage I Cheese and Buttermilk, i Deliveries made any place in the city. i Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reade and their daughters Misses June and Ruth and their son Harold spent Sunday at Klmbal as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reade. Paul Reade is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reade. —A Lady attendant of fourteen years experience. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Shewell and their son Kenneth Jr., of Neosho Falls and their daughters Misses Margaret and Geraldine Shewell and Miss Lucille; Smith returned last night from Halstead where MJss Margaret Sliewell iwent through the hospital clinic for! ol)servation. —Big Boxing Card at Chanute Memorial Hall Tuiesday, January 31, sponsored by American Legion. Prices 25c, 35c, and 75c. Includes Dick O'Connor and Billy Robatyck. Mrs. Phila S. Trout moved to 824 East Jackson Saturday from her former residence 102',i East Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman and their daughters i;etumed last night to their home in Wayside after spending Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson and their daughter Joyce accompanied them home for a visit. Mrs. Harry Thompson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman. Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed SALE Cleaning and Pressing One More Day Suits, Coats, Dresses 29c 4 Garments $1.10 CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 Mrs. L. C. Crammer of Eureka and Mrs. Emma Hogan of Madison, who have been guests of their sister. Mrs.. B. Liowman the past week, returned Saturday afternoon to their homes. Phillip Mitchell, who resides near Rosston, Okla., was reported today by his mother, Mrs. J. E. Kaufman, to be in a critical condition following an operation in the Johnson hospital at Chanute Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Green returned last evening from LaHarpe where they attended the funeral hltes yesterday afternoon of Mr, Green's sister, Miss Sarah E. Green, who was a former Register carrier. Another sister, Miss Lennie Green. Is now a Register carrier. JUROR^ WEIGHOTimCH SCANDAL A grand jury report Is awaited in Mmicie. Ind., on charges involving the Rev. G. Lemuel Conway, 55, shown abo%'e with his wife and five children. Miss Hel^n Huffman, below, left, accused the pastor of making improper advances to her during an. auto ride. Tlie pastor denied the accusation. The grand jury also heard William Aurand, right, below, choir leader in Rev. Conway's church. The pastor, according to witnesses, created a furor by striking Aurand during churcli services. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Oweqs and their daughter Bemadette qf St. Paul were guests Sunday of B. H. Achter and his family in Hum!- boldt. ' MODERN GARAGE' Completely Equipped General Repair Oiline and Grcasincr Car Washing General Tli^s and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 MUss Pnrn Miller, who has been ill since Thanksgiving at the hom' of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. F] .Miller, returned Saturday to Kan isas City where she is a studen nurse at St. Luke's hospital. M4 Miller' accompanied her to Kansas I ^YfJi returning last night. j Miss Edith DolUson and Cecil Dollison visited Sunday with their brother, Lester Dollison and his family, in Parsons, j Harold Reade returned la.st night I to his home in Nevada, Mo., after a I week-end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reade. / Mrs. Amanda Slack, who has been visiting her son E. P. Slack and Mrs. Slack the past few weeks, left Saturday for Neosho Falls, where .she is making her home with her daughter Mrs. Ben Draper. PAGE THREE GARDENING NOTES From the City Federation A number of people are banding their shade trees at this time to protect them from the forthcoming attack of canker worm. Dr. R. L. Parker of the entomology department of Kansas State college says: ' 'The most economical method of control for canker worm Is to band trees with a sticky substance to trap the wingless females when they crawl up the trunks to deposit eggs on the twigs where the leaves will be growing later." . We know how destructive the canker worm is to the foliage of the elm, maple, willow and apple trees. Last year It caused considerable damage, and It is feared we may have another outbreak this spring. The banding of the trees you wish to protect, should be done before thfe moths emerge from the soil near the trees. It grieves us to see the bark on the trees marred, so we were very glad to find a way that they could be pfotected by the use of cotton and sticky band. Tlie bands are con- struc^d in three layers. First a cotton batting band of cheap grade— threel or four inches wide—Is placed around the trunk of the tree. Then a band of building or tarred paper four to six inches wide is placeji over the cotton band. These two liands can be fastened to the tree in one operation by poster tacks or shbrt roofing nails. • The cotton is to prevent the insects from going beneath the band, forcing them out over the tarred papei, on which is placed the sticky matepal. which may be spread in the middle of the paper band, making a ring three or four inches wide. The building paper is a support for the :Stlcky substance, since often It is injurious to the trees.' The bands may be removed by, the middle ^of April, and used again next year. The sticky material used may be made by heating a mixture of rosin and castor oil. About lit- pounds of rosin should be used to one pint of oil'j. More oil may be added after heating to obtain the desired consistency. Commercial preparations are available if you would rather use them. Here is the .sum, that, when one door opens, another shuts.—From the Persian. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? ri^p the Clas.sifieri columns! RISING STAR •Jan. 27.—Miss Allle Sanders and Mrs. Arlo Hopkins visited school j Friday afternoon. I Bud McElvahe called at Warren I Sisson's Saturday morning. I Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and family, and MLss Faith Kibble spent Sunday near Redfield. Clare Wilson and family spent Sunday at Hugh Wilson's hear La­ Harpe, j ' Bill U\te. Lee and Loren Snyder spent Sunday at Humboldt. Arlene Hopkins visited Sunday afternoon at the Scobee home. lola visitors Saturday were Arlo Hopkins and family, Oatis Zornes and Ronald, Wlllard Smith and Lyle, Mr. Pyle and. Mr. Stumbo.; MrJ and Mrs. Earnest Stumbo and children spent Sunday evening at the Fred Stumbo home. Earnest Helms and family spent Sunday at Carlyle. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith spent BY SISTER MARY NBA Service AVritcr A S the jelly glasses arc emptied, why not fill them up with marmalades made ot citrus fruits? The tang, of grapefruit and orange marmalade will be relished later In tlie season when jaded sprlns appetites need encouragement. One very cheap and excellent marmalade Is made with carrols and oranges. This Is well flavored but'not nnltcas sharp and dlstinc- tlvo as the pure orange variety II'H s 'pcclallj 'iiultablo for children f'arrol| .^Iln•lntl]nlI(• One pound ,carrots, 2 lemons. 1 ovaiiKC, 4 cups KUgav Wash and scrape carrots and put through food ohoiipor. Sijuceze julco from lemons and put rinds through food chopper Uarely cover carrots and lemon rinds with water and cook until tender Cut orange In very thin slices and remove seeds If necessary Combine sugar and lemon juice and a4d Vi.cup boiling water Add prepared orange and carrots and lemon rinds. Cook until a little of the mi.xture tested on a cold saucer jellies. Pour into sterilized glasses and cover with parafline. (*uiiibiiiation yin fi »n bide Tills niannalade is less bitter than a marmalade made entirely with orange;;, so if your family does not like the bitter taste usually associated with orange niar- nialade, try this recipe. One largo grapefruit, 1 large orange. 1 large or 2 small lemons. 14 cups cold water. 10 cups granulated ftucar Wash fruit and wipe dry. Cut into quarters through the pOel and pulp and then cut into A-^xy thin slices. Discard seeds ahd white pith In the center. Add cold water- and let stand over night. In tlie iiiorniiig cook until-the peel:is very.;tcudor It will take several ; Tomorrow's Menu IIHEAKKAST: Orange- jijice. cn'rial, cream, open i wafllu isandwkh,. milk, cot-' 'fee. . 1,1: NC 11 K 0 N -. I'olato and' solt herring f Ic, whole ; wlieaf bread, carrot marma- • li,d<", iiillk, tea. ' DI.V.N'EU Culx; .steak. ^ Ifrcndi tried jiotatoe .-t, ten- J iiiiiwito cabbage, grated car- rpt and raisin salad, cup •, f-Vtkt'S with caramel sauce, rfiilk, coflee. hours. Set aside nRaln until the ne.\t, morning. Then add sugar and'cook until the sirup thIckeiM. Turn- Into sterilized glasses aijd covwr with parafine. This will nial^.c about 12 large glasses .Of nla^nlaIade. ; Kumquats can he used in place of oranges to make a dellcioiia maiinialade AVasli fruit and cut in -thia slices. Remove seeds. Cover with cold water and lot stafid 24 hours. Simmer until tender and let stand 24 hours agaan. Then measure and u^e three cups sugar 'to four cups fruit and-juice. Cbok until thick and pour into sterilized jelly Eldpsea and cover with parafine, Friday evening at the Sam Pyle home. Mr. arid Mrs. Logan Frame and Dee and Mrs. McCoy were guests of Sam Fi-ame's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Nate Ketchum visited their son Everett and family at Chanute Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and Allle visited Sunday afternoon at W. K. Smart's in Fairview district. Jack Scobee spent Wednesday evening at Arlo Hopkins's. , Lee Snyder called on George Siders Saturday morning. Marvin Sl- ders is staying with Mr. Siders at present. Clare Wilson and family spent Tuesday, evening at Logan Frame's, Florence Snyder was a guest Wednesday night of Rosalie Smith. Those spending Saturday evening at the Willard Smith home were: Iva Wilson, Hope Williams, Vesta ' Lac^y, Pauline and Lucille Dozl^r, Faith Kibble, Donnie Wilson, Arnold Smah, Cyril Hill, Herb Rosebrook, Roliln Hutton, Joe Wilson, Mrt. Sam Pyles, Albert, Rollin and Lillian; The evening was spent In placing games and dancing. All enjoyed the evening and departed «t a l[»'te hour; "rtie gravel road east and west df Bay'ard is being extended. The men in this vicinity are getting a fet? days work apiece. All are glad tb getlsome more good roads. might Smith, who works near Redfield, and Faith Kibble spci^t Satiirday night and Sunday at the Willard Smith home. ; STAINLESS Same formula .. same price. la original form, too, if you prefer for COLDS MiaiON JABS USED YEARLV I FAN BELTS DEEP CUT PRICES ?Ford T Model Fan Belts ..19c ) Ford A Model Cord Fan Belts 39c • Chevrolet Cord Fan Belts 39c, Belts for Other Cars Priced in Proportion. ANDREWS & SON lola, 14 S. Washington , Chanute, 215 East Alain -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Diiy Service If Desired Last Sunday; afternoon Jess Pish" er and his wife were visiting at the home of Mrs. Fisher's parents, north -of Gas City. The family complained \ of having lately lost an occasional ' hen or guinea and there was some 'conjecture as t^ who the thief could ' have been. On the way back to : Gas City Mr. Fisher notice^ a bird i,'pf unusuarsize sitting on the prai- <rte not: far from the road. He hap' pened to have a .22 rifle with him and he shot the bird, belileving it = tn-be a big hawk. When" hej went to get it, however, lie discovered that he had killed a huge eagl^ From tip to tip the bird measured 6'i feet.- He certainly was big'nenough and strong enough to carrj' off a "full grown hen. and ther? is. no doubt that he was the guil,y party •-who had been thus picking! up his living. It. ii very seldonl! indeed > that eagles are seen in Alien coun- vj-y. and this one did not appear to ' jia-ve any mate. Miss Florence Grecian of Wichita, former bookkeeper for the local Penney store, who underwent a serious operation several days ago at a hospital in Simpson, is getting along as well as could be expected, according to word received, here today. i Mr. and Mrs. 'Alan McPadden,' who have been, guests Of Mrs. Mc- j Fadden's parents Mr. and Mrs. D. A.' McDonald, left Friday for Topeka j for a ^ijisit with Mr. McFadden's i parents Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McFad- ; den before returning to their home j in Washington. Mo. I Well. I can't tell you much of anything about what is in Chesterfields B UT I smoke a good deal, and I noticed that they said that Chesterfield Cigarettes were milder and tasted better; so I smoked a package or two and found it to be true. I also noticed that the<cigarettes were well- filled, seemed to be the right length and the right circumference, and burned uniformly— not up one side and down the other. I liked the aroma—very pleasing. I liked the appearance of the cigarette—the paper, dead white. The package rather appealed to me. I don't know exactly what it is, but I just like 'em. It's about the only luxury that I enjoy; so I think it's all right for me to have a good cigarette, and I believe Chesterfield is just about the best. ChetlerfieU Radia Pretram — Every night except Suod«y, Columbia coast-to-coait Network. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. C. O. COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies Old and Reliabier-Established 1911 i Comer Monroe and Elm j fJust West of the Water Tower) © 193}, tiocCTT & Mrm TOBACCO Co. e know it

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