Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 1, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 1, 1933
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1. 1933. ' . ^ • CARES. THe Httle cares that fretted me. < 1 lost th^m yesfcrday " iAmong the I fields'above the sea, i Among tl^e winds at play; /Among thej lowing of the herds, •. Tlie rustling of the trees, Among the I singing of the birds, ; The humming'of the bios. •; i j-'The foolish, fears of what uiay happen. : I east them all away f Among the' clover -scL *nted grass. Among the new-mown hay; • Among the, husking, of the corn Where drowsy poppies nod,. ; Where ill thoughts die and good are V bom^. ;• Out in r^c fields with God. —Eliz-.'.beth Barrett Browning. IIopkins-Finney • Mr. and Mrs. Glen D, Finney of ; Neosho Falls announce the marriage ^ of their daughter Helen to John Chandler Hopkins, son of Mi-, and . Mrs. W. R. Hopkins of Cleveland, i ; Ohio. The ceremony was solemnized • Saturday, January 21, fit high iipon ' in the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Moore, uncle and aunt of the : bride,- at Lake Shore Drive hotel. Chicago. The marriage sc rvice was - i . read by Dr. John Timotl.y StOii-.. pa.'stor "ot the Fourth Presbyterian church of Chicago. They stood,be•; fore an improvised altar of palms, 'mimosa ferns and acacia, with tall cathedral candles and standai-ds of calla lillios on either side. The rooms throughout werp decorated ? with profusions of talisman roses, white i-ascs and spring flpwers. The bride wore a gay,'ensemble trimmed with platinum fox with ac, - cessorics of navy blue. Her flowers were orchicj and valley lillles. She was attended by her sister. Mish Jtilla Mary Finney, as maid of honor, wearing a costume of poudre blue with accessories in matching .shades. Her flowers were white gardenias. Mr. Hopkins' was attended by Mr. Carrol Walters of Cleveland as best man. After the ceremony breakfast was .•served in the oak room where all of - the wedding party and guests were .•seated at one larije table decorated with wl\itff ro.scs, .southerir smilax. ' and white tiipers wlthindividual sll- • vcr holders. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins left for a short wedding trip Isefore returning to Cleveland to reside at _ 17211 Clifton boulevard. The bride is a graduate of Sapul- , pa high school where she was a popular ' fmcmbgr -of the younger group and attefided the Oklahoma A.- 6t, M. college at Stillwater later where she was a member of tlic Kappa Aljiha Thcta sorority. Mr. Hopkins Ls a graduate of Ohio . St ate university and is a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He is now connected with the Shell Pe- troiPtim corporation. Out of town guests at the .,wedding were Mr', and Mrs. Glen D. Finney, Miss Julia Mary Finney, and Mrs. A. R. Hilles of Neosho Falls, all former Sapulpans, Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Hopkins, Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. w. W. Finney and Miss Mary Jane Finney of Emporia. Mr. and Mrs., Glen Finney^ were former residents of iola. • • Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Churchill gave a six o'clock dinner last -evening in honot of the 79th birthday of Mrs.. Mary Churchill, mother of Mr. Churchill. Those present besides the hosts and guest of honor were Everett Harlan, Fi-ank Churchill, Fern Mai-y Churchill and Charles Churchill. • • • Trinity Epworth Lea^ne Party ' As the January meeting of the Epworth League of Trinity Methodist church tne League gave a party in the church Tuesday evening. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by the 27 persons present. • • • Guests at Birthday Dinner Uiss. Hattiebelle Christy' and Irvin Christy were honor guests at a dumer given Monday evening by their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T ; i. Christy. The dinner was given in honor of their birthdaj-s which fall on the same date, January 30th. The guests were: Misses Alic« Menzte, Katherine Bennett. Elizabeth Christy, Mai-y Christy; Mesdames Rus.sell Major. Bon .Kessinger; and Messrs. Earl Starks. Paul Howard. Jimmie Christy, and Thomas Christy Jr. ^ •> •> <' Dinner In Honor of Dr. and Mrs. Porter . A covered dish dinner was served Monday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Gates in honor of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter, who are leaving in a few days for Duncan, Miss., where they will make their home. The following friends and neighbors were pre.sent in addition to the honor guests: Mr.- and Mi-s. C. E. Perham, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Fnrtels. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. "McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Spiegele, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gates, Mrs. George R-eeman, Miss Alfte Hendricks, and Miss Helen Gates. • •:• •:• Brooks-Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ira Clark announce the marriage of their daughter Evelyn to Han-y Brooks of Topekai son of Mr. and Mrs. Joss Brooks of Lawrence. The ceremony took place at 5:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the First'Methodist parsonage. The Rev. W. P. Wharton read the service. The bride was graduated at the Iola high school with the class of 1930 and has been employed the past year in Topeka. The groom Is employed in the Bibble store at Topeka. Mr. and Mr.s. Brooks left Sunday evenin!! for Topeka where they will make tlieir homo at 1024 Mon- SCENE OF CLASH IN FORD PLANTS' SHUTDOWN IOLA,KA24SAS NEOSHO FALLS Dir. Richardson ^tninia to Me<)sho FaUs to PnMitiee After Spending Some Time in Kansas City. The Highland Park (Detroit) plant of the Briggs Manufacturing Co,, ^boVe, was scene of t^e first clash Iri the labor dispute that has resulted in loss of work for 1E0,<J(K) Ford Motor C6., employes. ITie Briggs plants supply bodies to Ford. iTwenty men were held as agitators. "The picture shows pickets marching: near the plant; State trooi^ers and police guard the Brlggs plants foliowing an ultimatum by the company that vacant Jobs would be filled If the workers did not return. ^ KANSAS BRIEFS (By the Associated Press) Osage <3ity—A hog with a desii^ to scratch its back, chose a loaded rifle which leaned against a fence Ijost. The porker rubbed against the trigger and the bullet went through the thigh of Will Regeneld, who owned both the rifle and the hog. Topeka—The senate, and house roads |and highways cdnunittees last night discussed provisions ot the Denicus bill designed to strengthen enforcement of the state gasoline tax laws. Under the Wll. drafted by Senator Denlous bf I>xlge City, the tax would be collected from distributors rather than retailers, and would require that distributbVs hold permits and post bonds with the state oil insj>ector. The measure also would require persptis purchasing e.xempt fuel to obtain permits from the state oil department. A hearing was held last week on the Blood bill, similar to the Den­ lous mcastire' except that it would provide a refund system for tax exempt fuel. Toi)eka—Tlie senate federal and state affairs committee last night voted to report favorably an amended resolution calling for a legislative Investigation ahd aUdit of the state highway department. The measure, sponsored by Chairman Bradney of the committee, was amended to provide the Investigation be conducted by a "non-partisan" commission of ^ five members, two to be appointed by the llcU- tonant-govemdr and three to be named by the speaker of the house. Another amendment provided the investigation should extend back to .AprU 1. 1927. The committee also added a provision stating that per- aorir. or firms refusing to give information or giving false testimony would be Ineligible to. contract for, any work for the state in ^he future. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything' U.-^e the Classified colnmnR! - IM ..I " |- I. I I if BY SISTEli MARY \'K.\ .Service Writer k WELL chosen salad gives tone to a meal and often places an otherwise mediocre lutjcheon or dinner In a dais by ttselt In (he memory of those who have enjoyed it. ' Carefully prepared fruits and vegetables used Ip salads add vitamins and minerar salts to the diet in the mo8t pleasant way possible and with a minimum of calories if the salad dressing is not rich and heavy. Strictly speaking, salads should give the Impressloft of vivid color, crisphess. Juiciness and absolnte freshness. I.,e[tuce,' wlten It has iieen given- its proper care. Is the embodiment of these points and well deserves Us place as the usual foufidatloD. Other raw greens for the salad course Include endive, chicory, watercriss, celery, cabbage, ro- niaine and the tender young leaves rof .spinach. , Raw cartots add a i vivid note of color to the Various ; shades-of green. { There is a dearly marked dlffei-- ence \\\ salads. The true salad la composed chiefly bf uncooked fruits and vegetables. When other material.^ are used, the dish answers two purposes and furnishes food value In terms of calories as' well as vitamin and mineral content. Much ot the success of every salad depends on its dressing. The dresstng must not be so: liighiy flavored that It overpowers* the flavors of. the salad miaterials. Rather, it should serve to blend contrasting flavors and add piquancy with Its tartness. Horseradish Dressing One'half cup whipping-cream,' teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon paprika, 2 tablespoons grated horseradish, 2 tablespoons vinegar,: I teaspoon powdered sugar, % teaspoon sugar, % teaspoon white pepper. •Whip cream until firm. Season with salt, pepper, sugar and paprika. Add horseradish and vinegar ,ind serve. If prepared horseradish Is used less vinegar .may be needed- Potato mayonnaise is another Excellent dressing to use with non- Tomorrow'a Mcnii JJBREAKFAST: Stewed dried peaches, cereal, cream, . flsh and rice on toast, milk, eotfee. LUNCHEON; tomato rare^ bit on toast, button radishes, dried apple pudding, tnllk, tea. DINNER; Swiss steak with brown gravy, mashed potatoes,, creamed onions, Ciiinese cabbage with potato mayon- / naise. raspberry trifle, crisp cookies, milk, coffee. starchy vegetables. Chinese cabbage and red cabbage are good finely Shredded and mixed with the dressing. Potato Mayounalfie Two good sized potatoes, 1 teaspoon onion Juice, 1 cup mayonnaise, teaspoon salt, few grains pepper. Boll potatoes in their Jackets. Peel and put through ricer. Season with salt; and pepper and let cool.' Add slowly to mayonnaise, beating constantly to make smooth. Beat in onion juice drop by drop. j NEOSHO FALLS, Jan. 30.—The Sunday school and church service at the M. E. church Sunday showed a decrease in attendance owing to so much Illness in town and the community. Th» pastor gave the morning sermon from the text given In the old r Bible concerning a man who was engaged in war yet gave himself to the Lord's service, stress- itig the fact that it Is possible to live a consistent Christian life no matter what are the surroundings, if the individual will obey the teachings of the gospel. The junior church and Endeavor league were w«U attended. The evening. service was given the first iialf by the Missionary ladles of the Ciiongtegatlonal church conducted by Miss Marian Famam who led the song service with Beulah Murray at the piano and then gave the scripttn% reading followed by prayer by Gene Leedy. A ahort program followed. One nimiber which was much appro-, elated was a missionary song by five young men. Severail different nationalities were represented in costume and also missionaries of various types. The program was pleasing throughout. The last half of the service Vas a. review of "The Holy Orall" the text being used "Who gives of hii^ alms feeds three, himself, his huiagry neighbor and me." •nie love chapter written by Paul was also reviewed. Next .Wednesday evening a new series of lessons will begin which will be of interest and worth while the hour spent in attendance. Next Svmday evening the Junior church will conduct the first part of the service; The attendance at all the services during the day wfts very good which is encouraging to the pastor aDd to those who so faithfully assist him. The toWndilp board met here Saturday evening for a business session at Which pay checks were given those who had been engaged In road work during the past week. ; Mr. J. 8. Murray is erecting a house on his farm west of Carlylc! '^e lumber which he Is iislng was sawed at the mill here, the logs being brought from his farm near here. Mrs. Leoni Leonard of Kansas City is visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Lleurance. She came Saturday with her brother Robert Lleur­ ance and. family who were guests . II ' BL Mi '.IHIIII'I ' "Vl I atli!!l_ 'also of their parents for the, weekend.- • . = it-h A . Mrs." Mary J. Crane is not so well today but has been improving for several days, being able to enjoy her many friends who call on het. Her guests Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. W^son. Mrs. Fred Jackson, Mrs. Libby Wolford, Mrs. Aiidy Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Heath, Mrs. Mary Kent and Mrs. John Meyers. Mr. William Blagg who has been quiie 111 Is somewhat Improved being able to go about his room. Mr. Mintzer who has been very ill of pneumonia is Improved somewhat,at present. Dr. Rlcltardson who was formerly located here,but who has been living in Kansas City for several months has returned, and has resumed his practice here. He Is located at present on Main streiet in the office formerly occupied by Dr. McCool. Mrs. Elva Spicer and Misses Ida and Hazel Perkins were attendants at church service Sunday. \ WlW VWS THE NAME OF FUIT(3N'S FIRST STEAMBOAT % \ WHWCOM COVffiS AN EMTIK CONTINENT ? : (Answers will be fonnd on Page 3) ALL WINTER N6W PRICED f f f ^AVE Money, Time /and Health with theinew Vicks Plan for better Control-bf'Coldd. To PREVENT To END a Cold J ^ocmer t Rediculously Low! 1 ^ FOR IMMEblATE CLEARANCE | 121-10 $12.50 Dresses, Now $5.95 t 1 17"To $7.50 Dresses, Now $2.95 | f 11-To $12.50 Dresses, Now $425 \^ 1 9-To $29.75 Dresses, Now $8.95 f 4 4 ^.Few Winter Coats Left (mostly large:|> ^ sizes) Now Drastically Reduced. •.^•^ Formal Opening Of Kozy Kove LOWE BROS. HIGH QUAUTY PAINT —\va.<-ii.«ed exclusively in clecoi-a|Ling thi.s beautiful cafe. We extend our oongi-alulatiori.'^ lo Mr. and i'iMrs. McGinhis. . •.. BRIGHAM HARDWARE CO. THE WALLPAPERS Shown in the Kozy Kove Cafe Were Furnished by Us We'll bci pleased to show you our complete line of , new spring patterns. . LAYLE'S P.VINTS—WALL PAPER—SCHOOL SUPPLTCS IN COOK'S DRUG STORE Visit Our New Eating Palace lola's Newest andMosl Up'lo-date Cafe Coffee and Doithnats Served ^ei To All Visitors From 8 p. m. to 10 p. m. , Good Music Will Be Furnished We .serve fine, flellciouft meals with (Jriflk, artd des.sert for only,26c and SOc. ^..^ —OPEN NIGHTS COME IN AFTER THE SHOW FOR GOOD COFEE AND SANDWICHES THE PALACE 117 \Ve8t Street I.s in connection w;ith the Kozy Kove Cafe find you are invited to go through the hotel and see its clean, comfortable rooms at very reasonable •prices. Congi^tulations to Kozy Kove Cafe We Furnished the FLOOR COVERINGS and CHAIRS Used in this Attractive Restaurant W.H. WOOD FINE FDRNITORE COMPLETE FURNLSIIINOS FOR THE HOME 202 S. Jefferson Phone 190 Free Cariiations Mrs; Ida R. Brown/proprietor, will be pleased to show you through. It Is a hotel of which Iola should be proud. Mrs. Brown has been in the hotel business in lolh for twenty-one years. Cdme Friday Night from 8 p. m. tintH 10 p. m. SALE On Cleaning and Pressing SuitSj'*: and Coats Beautifully Cleaned and Pressed 1—GARMENTS--$1.10 Sale Continues Rest of This Week CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St. Phone 775 ALL WORK GUARANTEED We Will Not Be Undersold—Affents Wanted in Nearby Towns THE ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING Work in the New Kozy Kove Cafe ^worc tumished by u.'^. Let u.=? show you our complete lino of Crane fixtures. K. C. ELECTRIC & PLUMBING CO. 109 E, Madison Phone 65 C. M. JEWETT The High Qualify « GROCERIES AND MEATS Used by the Kozy Kove Cafe Are Purchasied From Us FOR FOODS THAT ^EALLY SATISFY SHOP AT TflE M&MGROCERYAND MARKET We Furnish the BREAD, ROLLS, BUNS, PASTRIES, , Used by the Kozy Kove Cafe Our products are made of the fi'nefit ingredients and are baked fresh daily. lOU BAKERY CBAS PtESTEk, PROP. 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 THE UNIFORMS For the Kozy ICove Are Furnished and paundered by Us For Quality Laundering and Dr> PK IOLA Cleaning 0NE1G2 LAUNDRY 102 EAST JACKSON

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