Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 2, 1928 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 2, 1928
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\%4 PAGE TWO MSETEEX TWEMIY.EIGHT. -The imnienBC Age waits-- VcUoil are the faces of ;the Fates." —Kawcclt. ncMtli«g mrt-iterlouH,: utoscly A.votninc with (he panels yd uncut lAtid 'cillence uestliug withiii Uio . Ipavcs, Ituninrable, shut, licre Fnio tlic future niarvclouH- ly •Weaves. Hcri! power »ni iirogretia uow a'Aalt tlieir l)ii (h. And evil forceH f runic llii-lr .sul)- tf»; j»laun To Vanquish axpiratluu.s of lilgh" worth ^ Anil (liruttlo iirod -HlH In niihappy lands; What will (ratiiiDiru no Inottul nnin can Jkjittw— AVhat welcome tliangew, or what thlUBR t^ fear: U'hal thi» untied ixiok cuntaiUH of Joy aiul woe. At the, -Krlni of liic dyiuK >i'ar. ' Wu can but hope Ihut dcHtinies unborn Urecd l«is of niurdcr, tyranny, ' and lust: StroDg to resist eacli lasceratini; tborn. Buttressed hy Honesty — handmaid to Trust. —\yilllam Hamilton Haync in Scribuer'B Magazine. HICKMAN AS A SCHOOLBOY THE lOLA DAILY REGlgJrE^MQNPAY gVENING. JANUARY-2,1928. .1 This picture sliows William Kdwiud Hickman, alleged kidnaper• slayer 'p/ IJ-yeur-oId Marian Parker of I ..OS AnK»*les, as a schoolboy in a f rural school at Hartford. Ark., near the Oklahoma state line. Hicknuin Walch Party at Jlethodlst Church | , . .,, . ,, ., - Fifty, young people of the Pre,-t ''"''''^ iiyterian Christian Eiideavor socie-f ty and the First Methodist Ei)isco- j guests afterwards went to the lurtiio pal Epworth League society held a of Mr. and Mr.s. \V. S. Fees lor the •watch party New Year's eve at ilie First Methodist Episcopal churcli. CiameB were played in the base- pany. Favors at luiilRC were received .iby Mrs. G. M. Grovrr and Mr. C I'. 2nent from.nine to ton, and from'Hiiher. Mr. and .Mrs. Clarke (iil- ten to twelve a sacre<l program bert were guests. tj-as held in the choir room A song j T,„. ,„,.,„bevs and their hus- , Mrvice was dlrecte,l by M .SS Mar-! ,,.„„,^ attending wwre: Mr. and • Ij" ''^'^ _ .caret Kelley. Instrumental num- j,r.s. A. P. Hrigham. Mr. :.n<l Mrs. i ' ^ .^y. j brakes the new cars have an emer-, hfrs were played, by Frederick • cailso... Mr. and Mrs. W. S.i'''' '.'^['r 107 inches S*^"'-^ Green, violin; Judson llumsey, ^^^^ jj^. Mrs.; C. C. Huber.;" ^^ braking surface of 7o square inch-j Dr. and Mr.s. F. hcnski. Mr. ^^^'^'.Z ^^^t'^r^^.^eA to make'a "•'^"•••'l- '^^"'"'^^O' '""epcnd- low priced field a standard of smartnr.s.s. advanced; performance, striking color combinations, completeness of equipment and,-minute attention to style, comfort and luxury. The new car has a distinctive liig car appearance entirely for- Tbis is i achieved 1)y adding four inches to ; nue green Duco.'Tardui tail wheels, black beading and stitsing in goii; and the open tourioi^and roadster in Falmouth gray flittCQ ^th body beading in blactc and'Bttiping in French gray. •• .Mechanically the car has been improved to parallel in perform-' ancc. speed and roadabllity its OBW beauty and ndvanc^kl body dcsifio .i Jt is ptiwered by an |mproT«ili vaive-itt-hcad engine that in rpkiV tests developed 34.<f per cent mpro power and approximately 'fire more miles per hour tfinn the previous Clfievroiet engine. ^ New features developed in the engine Include .a new motor eto- rlosure which completely covers the \-alvV lifts and makes for ]u qnletcr and cleaner engine. New cranjtcuse bfeathlng system which eliniinhles llie leakag,' of engine fumes .through, the Iwdy of the car; new two-port cKhausi: new alloy tonsluiit clearance "Inrar strut" plHtons. new hydro-laminated camshaft gears, improved niusb- room valve tappcln, and larger cnnishafi, An oil pump provides efficient lubrication to all bearing surfaces; while an AC oil filter aiHi an AC air cleaner protect all moving parts of the engiiiv from dirt and' other foreign matter, thus addfng materially to the life of the .ino- I tor. The u'w four-wheel brakes rep- an dutsiiuiding achievement of Ceneral Motors and Chevrolet i -nglnecrs. Tlu-y are the non-Iock- iug type, with positive brake linkage. ^ Front Intakes are internal expanding and rear brakes external rontractinii. Front and rear brakes have been proportioned tn prevent side drac or pull. Their total braking servici' amounts to ,1SU square inehes. Each brake has an individual, j easily itccessihle adjustment, while j "stops" are provided at the wheels I to simplyify the ailjustnient opera- t tion. So,accurately has the lever- ! age on the foot pedal l )een worked out between the front and rear brakes that maximum application of the brakes is obtained with a very, .slight ji .'diil pressure. In addition to tlie four wheel ' flute; John Lyman Sleeper, saxo- '• phone and Miss Celeste (Jriffith, jtiano: Miss Golda Larson played "Waltz in E Flat." Miss Irene Melton sang "Out of the Ivory Palaces" with Miss Gplda L.arson at j the piano, and Frederick Ci-eeu playing hhe violin. ! '. pildnlght there . elleni prayer preceded : Jng of '-Sweet . During silent . light, the orchestra ."In adarden;" "Joy to the World' ; "was sting to'welcome in the new year. . /, Charles J-^ink-was in charge of • the Epworth.League and Miss .Marl Saret Shannon was cbairmai) of the committee for the Christian ; Endeavor society. Walter Troin- • toold and Ira McCarly conlribiitcj • Jo the success of the party. .> 3re» The marriage of Miss; Merceiles ^eal ard Mr. Earl Jack, Of Wichita. took place Christmas morning at ^ 9 o'clock in the. First Baptist church :of Wichita, the Ilev. Mr. ' llodscrs. pastor of the church, officiating. The bride and groom were accompanied to the altar i by the l)rlde*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. il. Weal. ; The bride wore a wedding gown " bf dark tan satlii .backed crepe >.\With. hat and shoes to match. Mrs. Jack was graduated from Hhc lola high school with the class . jof 1924 and attended the Wichita business college. She was emploved at th^ lola Creamery about two ; years. !Mr. and Mrs. Jack will be at : bome to their friends at 502 Xo,rth l«wr&nco avenue, Wichita, Kans. <• •:• •:' jCsnipllinentin? "Mrs. II. H. |i6ward • . ; Mrs., ^. S. Mitchell entertained the m'ei^bers of the Wednesday Bridgfe club in her home Saturday .afternoon in compliment to .Mrs. H. -H. Howard, of To4)eka, .Mris. Howard's- mother. Mrs, 1). P. .Norihrup, : also was a guest. The guest favor was given to Mrs. Howard and the cluli favor to airs. L. V. BowluK. The members iiresent were: Mrs. . .7. (;. Stadler. -Mrs. J.- J. tiriffln. Mrs. S. A. Bixby. Mrs. Fred Denton. . Tyiss Hazel Bowluslaud .Mrs. L. V. - Hbwlus. , lilve »» year's ftinner Mrs Chas. Uoehl and Mr. and Mrs. sturdlei-'and "bet" j J""', "f "'«^' f"'"' - ^y""?*-" service, brakes, thus a.ssur'ng adequate; braking facilities at all times. fiir , ""J T, ""T"' i Another important aclilevemenf ; the frame tnaterially in-,j^.j j,/,^ ^„„^^ icr, the beauty, and the effect j„,„„,.,„,,. ,emi-ellipllc springs C. M. Crover. .Snr|vrise Couriesy .MIsi Dora Adiini >i i liT balanced car.; Thi' four inches (hat have been watch party and was a si-.rprise for from the cowl to the hasL- of the .he honor gjiest. ,„.„. |„„. ../.diator cap the line Is • Those present were: .Miss Vir- nnbroken and nearlv IcveL ginia Smitli Miss .Marie Allerman. ; Ka.lialor shells are of non-rust; Miss J)orothy Smith. M .ss Ma .Mne j,,^ airplane metal; while thermo- \\oll. MISS hrank .e i .e.. (.ncgs. 4,,,, ,.,,,„r„, „j ^.g^,,^^, jMiss Manetta l \aei ;s.m .Miss Ce-lii, ;„|,iitional feature. Ileste (:r'""b. Miss Klizabeth K ggs.; Complemcntlilg the extra four I Miss Vivian lliggs. Miss \inita j„ ^|,o^,baj.o fs Increased jSm^th.^ .Miss Marie DaWs„.„^,„ ^..^.^.r^, „f „„. ^ hvelyi. Harris. .Miss Catheniie T.,,^. ,,o „j. (.OS.S. Miss Velta Smith. Mr. «icb-: ,o„^^.,. yj.,,,. The sedan body llke\viHe has been increased hree-fourths inches, the many new body ard. Wolf. .Mr. Stanlev Cunimings. i .Ml. Virgil Hoke. Dr. Harold i'<'vitt. .,™.„''.„",j' .Mr. Byron .Moses. :\lr .Merle Hag-; ^„J„„» nal. Mr. Clareiice Barber. Mr '/'<^»» JUU-HH-IUH ra'Tull 'y •iru-loseTr and K"!'; Mw ' Mrnn ^77'J ;%,^n- '"'"''•'-•'^'•J- '"'^"•"".ent panel. Mr. Orvilb'-Swinfonl. Mr, anri .Mrs. 1 • Ua;i)li Kos'-. .Mis.s Dollie .Adams. .Miss l .utie Adams, and 111'; Kev. and .Mrs. J. I,ee Ueleford. eicr. Iiape. ammi'tcr and oil <peei gaiiKC. re­ in full view for'day or night driving. Imembcrs. engineers. I They provide 50 per cent better riding (|ualities than the old type of s'pring, according to oli.servers. The new models have a slender 17-lnch walnut . finisheil steering wheel, while increased steering ease lias been attained hy the inclusion of several new features. Transmission. universal j<iint and rear axle are of the dependable construction that gave such satisfactory service in the ".Most Beaiilifur Chevrolet" as is the electrical system. The' chassis, in uildilion to Its four inch increase in length, has! a new extra strong front axle. The frame is of channel steel 1% inches long, witli five rigid steel c^o ^JS Number! (Continued I'roni Vnge One) All passenger models have larger :!0X'I..50 balloon tires and steel disc wheels as standard equipment. Other slaudard equipment includes .stoplight, rear vision mirror, gasoline gauge.; complete tool jset. an 'igiiilioii host of rf 'finements that com-'model nien't i All ( osed bodies are by Fisher. styled dud designed witli the smart- nd beauty for which the name, is famous. All are msiti- steel and hard-wood L-tion of tile type found on hiFJhest i)riced cars. And all shed in genuine Duco col- {<> beautiful combinations on n models. ness a Fisbei of com constriil tlic are ffti ors—fiv the sev Tiie Imperial Landau is finished bine to produce wliai Giviieral .Motors officials believe will he the sensation fiC the automobile industry in 1»2S. A quick picture ot tliv new car tlijit seems destined to write a new chapter into the history of the aiiioniobile business may be h;id by noting the following highlights of tlie 192S Chevrolet. Extended wheelbase. greater ^spee.'I. and power, four wheel brakes, longer. roiiaiirr Fish<'r !bodies. ni'W Dmo colors, thermostat codliiig. .'^Iiock absorbing springs, motor enclosure, and indirectly lighted instrument panel and other advantages jjiiilt in as a result of lessons learned bv 13, years of constant i progress. stripe: the coach The "Bigger ami Bener"- Cliev-j rolel owf's its oulslanrling virtues] to tlie manifold the (lis- ; in Coi nioiinta gold stjriping; dan in black I 'in riolet i i i Brocati I theft proof steerini; and lock. .Additional, equip- standard with individual Duco with headinj; and sack brown n brown body the coupe and se- Faunce green Duco with jody heading and striping gohljen yellow; the, sport cab- Dundee gray Duco with |lla green Duco beading in ave- Stcwart vacuum fiieli feefl has been retained, and also the safety ten-gallon gasoline tank witli a gas gauge in the rear. The lubrication of the chassis is by the Alcmitc pressure gun system. All models have one-piece, deep full crowned fenders of heavy gauge steel, • dccp-cu.shioned comfortable seats, ribbed rubber-covered steel running boards, chro- ! mium plated hpod catches and hood handles -with aluminum bead on the, hood, demountable rims with a tire carrier and extra rim. Indirectly lighted instrument panel, theft-proof steering and Ignition lock, rear vision mirror, and complete kit of I tools with tire pump and Jack. In addition the closed: models by Fisher have plate windows, Ternstedt window regulators, onc- plecc VV wind.shiehU. remote door controls with lock in handle, military type sun visor, antomatic windshield cleaner and dome! light in certain models as well as fool rest,- ash tray, robe rail, etc! ,Mr. and (.Mr.s. J. .1. K..efr. north 11'"-^"' be ( h.-vro H .Motor com-1 of Sterlij.g Heights lia.l a.-, ^vw""'"'''"'^/''V'T'"'^ .w'*'' Year's dinner guests, the Kev. Fr. IV:9*"'«- R"'""'^; '"-""f .,'^'"-j Thomas J. Powers, minister of .Sl.j'"";-'^ reseaiel. lab-milory. the t li.'V-i Jphn's .111,.eh; the liev. Fr. vin.'"^'' '•.^•'W'"'""''''.'"'''''"''"'>•• cent. nf..S,. Peul, Kansas, ami Mr. / , r"'^'"?''"'' '''•'"'•'J";'" i jand tile skill ami r.-soiiices ol the, nnd .Mis. J. .\ Sleimi'l. the .Miss.'s ' Fr^in.e.s and Ucgina Steiiml and A'lij.eni S(i-ini<'l. ' •>':•':• Enlertiiin nilh New Venr's JMnnrr 0r. anil Mrs. J. I-:. Cliastain. of «-liJ ,\'orlh Sycamore street, enter- tai|ied at .N'ew Year's iliniier yes- tui'day. with Mrs. A. F. Chastalii and her sister, .Miss Bertha Price, of .'Sioux City', la., as guests. City FederiiUoii Lui^rheun Tlie City Federation of'.W .imen 's clubs held Its annhal .luut:heon tO' day in the main dining room of the Hotel Kelley and after the- lunch- con the clirb convened for the elec- .tiqn of officers, which will be duly reported. One bundri'd invitations were ac- fcplcd to the luncheon. • • •:• riirislnins l>ay Dinner- Mr. i and Mrs. Jason E. Sherrill Tiad as their guests Christmas day their phildren: MF. and .Mrs. Henrv W. 'EMter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. :Sber<rilI, .Mr. and iMrs. G. Enin Sberrifl and Mr. and .Mrs. Jason E. Sherrill. " . _ ^ Conrteb for Mr. and Mrs. M^, I„ Ijiude • ; The members of the bridge club to which Mrs. M. L. Laude belongs gave a dinner bridge Saturday e^- nlng in honor of her and. Mr. 'i ^iide. "Who are leaving lola to re- Sldie in Las Vegas, .N. M. The dinner was held at 6 o'clock jii the Kelley grill rnoin' and the Fisher Biidy voiporulioii. Sevi'ii passeiig.-r c.-irs. in.'In.ling five closed and two' opi<n types. .•om|>rlse the line. Hvery driving re.iiiirement Is cared for In tin- inake-iip and appointments of the various lody lyp.-s. . Beauty in appearance, performance in driving and econoiny in operation are the keynotes of the ear tlial owes Its every detail to withering li;sls of days, weeks and months tinder all types of wcjither. road and driving conditions. Every iletail has been proved true in exhaustive tests. As a result, the new .line achieves to a degree hithertoj um-xampled In the January Sale of • i 5 • ALWAYSDEADTIRED? How sad! Sallow complexion, coated tongue, poor anxtitc, bad ixeath, irim- plyskinandalvi'aystired. Wliat'swtong? You are pcnsoned. The bowels are dogged and liver inactive. Take this fknous prescription used constantly in place of calomel by men andjvanen for 20 yeats —Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. Tliey are harmless yet very effective: Aconpound of vegetable ingredients and olive dl. Hiey act eaaly upon the bou-els, free the system of poison caused by faulty dim- ination and tone up liver. BebeautifuL Have rosy cheeks, dear eyes and youthful energy that'make a success of life. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive TaUets, nightly. Know them by tbdr divecoknr. 15c 30c and GOc. Every Item for the Making of a Warm Bed At Big Savings. Rc'triilar S3.00 Double Cotton 'iJlanketsj now Regular ijS.oO! 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