Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 23, 1933 · Page 2
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mm 'SOCIETY NOT BY BREAD ALONE. They wonder what I do for bread, Because I am so poor; But I go by with lifted head. As proud as one but lately fed, And faith that holds secure. I do pot live by bread alone— i fill jnyself with peace; And every ill that I have known Has changed to certain^ good and grown By magical increase. rhey wonder what I do for wine In such an arid land; But never once do I rapine. For all of Heaven's brew is mine, And ready to my hand. T do not thirst like other men, I drink the flaming sun. And quaff the foaming stars, then ' I shall not ever thirst again Till age oh age Is done. '. —James Larkin Pearson in New York Times. and THE IQLA DAILY REGISTER. TitoSDAY EVENINGrPEBRyARY 23.1933. Brauo-Wilson William Braun. of Olathe. and Mrs. Edna WUson, of lola. w^re united in marriage February n'at Gftrnett. Kansas by Probate Judge John Spohn. Mr. Braun was a former resident of Allen county living west of lola in Enterprise district and later moving to Olathe [ where he was living at the time of his marriage. Mre. Braun lived on a'farm northwest of lola until about a year ago when she moved to lola where she was employed >.n the lola Register Bindery until her marriage. Mr. and Mrs.' Braun are how on their honeymoon but will be at home in the neat future to their friends at Mrs. Brkun's farm, northwest itf lola. Hendcnpn Circle Members Go T » Hnmbbidt In']esponse to iin invitation from Lawtth Circle Nd.'97 61? ilumboldt, a number of mem jers from Henderson Cicle No. 147 )f lola drove down in tinle for a bountiful 12:30 o'clock luncheon served at quartette tables. The luncheon was foUpwed by a most jipteresting Wasbipgton day program, which w is greatly ienjoyed by all. 'Those at :ending. from. lola were: Pearl MenJie, Lacey Morr^, Carrie Frodsham, l£hoda OiUow, Hattie Hitter. Ina Jones, Melvina Boyer, Maude iHendrich, Susan Brown, Ethel Frj'j Ora Dille, Praji- ces Slawson, Maggie Christy, Eitama Roblason, Anna Beard. Llllie Dowley, Blanch Meltbn. RhOda Mercer, Jessie Bennett, Mary Oesch, Mercy K. Ross, Lena LeHinan, Elora Lehman, and EvaljTi Huff. <' V <• IVIr. and Mrs. Beiiner Entertain At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Leo Renner entertained last eveping with a 6:30 dinner In honor of the I8th birthday Of Miss Ruth Hosley. Covers were laid for Miss Ruth Hosley, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hosley, John Hosley, Miss Eula Sttoiig. Miss Edith Christine Renner, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Renner. After dinner the guests were joined by Miss Marie Smith and R. A. Chatteijton of Colony, in working jig saw puzzles. • • • Mrs. GIsh Entertans Bridge Clnb Mrs. Leo N. Gish entertained her contract bridge club at a seven o'clock dinner yesterday evening at the PoUy Ann. Alfter dinner the IDEAL BOOT SHOP First Door We.st of Allen Coynty Bank We mu^t make room for pur repaired. Here are Prices that Loud. LADIES' Spring Styles PUlVrPS, TIES, STRAPS Blues, black and blondes. Latest slyles/and patterns. $1.39™ $2.49 MEN'S AND BOYS Work The fa!mous building tP be Talk Out Shoes Thorogpp4 line of guaranteed qual- Children's Shoes 59c to $LQO One Group of Ladies' Slippers at : ... 99c Men's Dress Oxfords .. .. $i.99 to $2.98 group went to Mrs. Olsh's home fori bridge where.Miis. Paul Reld played the hiih score among the members and'Mrs. Harris Wolfburg' among the'tttest?. "Other gaesta^' present Were Mrsl Edwiird 'Andeison.v Mrs. C. A. Swiggett, krid JSlyra Pior nel of CMcago. Membens present were Mescbunes Frank ' 'McCarthy, Paul Reid, Maude Fronk,. George Peterson, Fred IJentdn, GeorgenPry, and Miss Margaret Smith. <. « Farewell Party for Mr. Si^y ^friends and acquaintances were" present" at a' farewell' party given last night for Mr. and Mrs S«Jo!tt Wcpoy-to th(^ home north of "loltf.'Music'feaitiired the eviEinlng during which refreshments of pie, sandwiches, cocoa ahd coffee were served. Itbose pifeseht were' Messrs. and Mesdames Ed, Keiley. William Hicks, William iUgginbothaih, John •Tipple and family. Norihan Lowe and family, Alva Shadwick and family, Pogue Punstoh and family, Fred Cook and family, Floyd Zil- llox and family, Floyd Bragwell and family, Clarence Murphy and fjim- ily, H. T.Upshawapd.family; Mrs Joe Keiley, Will Green, Howard Upshaw, and the Rev. J. V. Wright. PJ AIRIE HALL Fob. 50.—The farinere are not thinking so much ^aboUt getting their oats in the ground as they were l>efore the very cold spell. "Mr. and Mi-s. "Robert Stewart .spent Sunday evening at the Jim McKaughan home, north of La- Harpc. Mr. McKa,ughan is quite iii7 A fairly largp crowd attended-the community meeting at Prairie Hall la-st P|ri<^ay night md the play entitled i "Go Slow Mary" was ^excellent and enjoyed by all. Much praisej is due the following cast of characters, all of\ whom presentee th^ir parts in a very cr^itable manner: Mr. and Mrs. A- E. Nicholas an4 Phillis and Philip Nicholas, Mr. a!hd Mrs. EUner Hayden and Davi(i Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Baker, Miss Glady? Stanzel and Mr. Howard Nelson. The next meeting will toe March 3. Mr. and Mrs. HaiTy Boeken ahd daugjiter Miss Maude Boeken, and grai;idsbps Floyd and y^lbur Boeken, Prairie Hall spent last Sunday witl> Mr. a^d Mrs. Herbert Bk-own and family, lola. Mrs. Boeken is Mrs. Brown's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Troxel and family, Elsniore, spent Sunday eve- ping at Mr. Pete Olson's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers spent Sunday at Grandma Myers, La- Harpe. Other visitors were, Mir. and Mrs. Ernest Myers, near Mildred. The neiglitiors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthiur Boeken are sorry to have them move to a farm away down south of Fairview, but hope our loss will be tlieir gain and wish them success in thieh- new neighborhood Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stewart and Mrs. Jones sj»nt Saturday evening at Mr. Pete Olson's. Word has been received here cf the death of Mrs. John Williams. California, but years ago was a resident for a number of years in the Prairie Hall neighborhood. Friends here extend sympathy to the bereaved loved ones. IP YOU MISS THE REGISTER CALL 167 OR B20. ' New Springr Coats, Suits and Dresses Arriving Daily. An iminvited guest was this airplane which dropped in on a Brooklyn apartment house. Jerry Longobardi. a student pilot, was aloft at 2.000 feet wticn his motor failed and he had to make a landing some place. He chose this nice flat roof, pancaked down, ripped a few shingles and bricks and made a safe landing coming oift im- scathed although the airplane was damaged some. FAIRLAWN Feb. 20.—Billie Davis, Moi-ari. spent "Wednesday night with Dclbqrt Franklin. ^ Miss Grace Ensminger, who is employed at the Catherine Ann Beauty Shopije. lola. spent the week end with home folks., Marjorie L.andon was a guest of Miss Pern Gilliam, Mpran, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave London call­ ed'on Mr. West's Sunday afternoon. Mr. West's, are moving this week to a farm six miles east of Kuni- boldt. Hugh Soman's wUl occupy the farm' vacated by Mr. Wests. ' Mr. Lantz's are moving today, Monday, on a farm near Carlyle. and a nephew of Mr. Dunkcrtbn's will move on the place vacated by Mr. Lantz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles j Ensminger and father called to see Sem-y Ensminger. LaHarpe, Sunda Min and Mrs. Swan Jo 1 Our Annual Sell' i ing and Fashion ^ Display ofFam- (^s Nellie Don andUAiglon Cotton Frocks T 4 4 4 If ypM'ye thouRlit tliat Parish Fashions mean costly silks and velvets, here's a grand surprise for you! Cottons as I/Aiglon and Nelly Don create thein have come out of the kitchen and hare gon^ sophisticated in a really ^rand . manner! Gay Scotch plaids—beautiful ^ floral prints and pastels that are lovely enough for Sunday's best. Colorful dashing stjies for misses, clever youthful models for women—for every ^ay- time occasion. Priced sq low you'll want several. morning, iinson entertained at dinner Sunday In honor of Melvin's thirteenth birthday. Rev. Peck and family, Moran. Will Ensminger. Charies Franklins, Swan Johnsons, Albert Mannings, A. D. Eflin, were -among tliose attending the shower given Mr. Lacys at Fairlawri Thursday evening. Lec Miller.- Humboldt, was in this vicinity Friday grinding feed. He ground for Swan Jolinson and Clyde |West; Mr. and Mrs. S. B.vSkaggs were shopping in lola Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Green, lola. spent Sunday at the parental Wilson home. Frank Wilson, who is attending school l\x Bronsoh spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. Wilson's Jive on the Oyler farm vacated by Mr. Canatsey. Mr. aiid Mrs. Glen Aiiiuckle, Mr. Holmes, lola, and Miss Ruth Man-, ning. -visited in Kansas City Sun-' . Amos Newton Ranson. Mr. Amos Newtbn Sanson was born at Little Orleans. Ind., Augi^ 22, 1866, and flejJ&rted this life'at, the home of his sob Heber.-IjaHarpe,' Kas., February 16,1933, age 66 yeafsi si months and 25 pays. At ah early age he moved with lis parents to Kansas City, Mo., Ind later to Lebo, [Kas. It was there that he met Ida Pearl Walton. Tliey wisre piarried October 23r 1894, at Kansas City, Mo. To this union 'ere bom three chlldreni Idelle, [eber and Walton. He was [baptized „i early nianhobd in the Christian diurch. 1 I He moved with his family to La- I{an>e in 1905, where he resided until 1926. at which time he moved with His wife to Gravette, Ark.., residing there until a year ago when his iiealth failed, preventing him from cbhtlhuing hii work. For the past year he hay made his home with Ills daughter in Neosho, Mo. Two weeks ago he was returned from the S. B. A. hospital at Topeka tb the home of his sop Heber. j He leaves to moirni his-passing, his devoted wife, his daughter, Mrs. George Chensey, Neosho, ^•o., his two sons. Walton Ranson;; Alma, Kais., and Heber Ranson, LaHarpe, three grandchildren and a;host of other relatives ahd friends.; - Card of Thanks. j ! —We desire to thank our many friends and neightfcirs for the kindness shown us during; the Illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Also for the beautiful floral dfferuigs.—Mrs. Ida Ranson, Heber Ranson and family, Walton Ranson and family, and Mrs. George Chen­ sey and family. ' i PLEASANT PRAmiE Feb. 20.—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bartlett, Mi^. Ray Bartlett and children. LaHarpe. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.^ W. A. litoss. • i Mr. and Mrs. .Herschel Smith and daughters Miss lohe and Riith Jean- spent Saturday afternoon at the C. 'iiV. Smith home, lolsi. Mrs. Ray Love and Maxlne and Mrs. Ponsler^, attended missionary meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Geo. Welch, Morah Mi.ss Nola Moss spent- Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Perl Ba 'icer and Lois spent Sunday with; Mr. and Mi-s. I. O. Morrison and Mr: and Mrs. Russel Morrison and family. Mrs. Julia McVey and son Wilbur spent Sunday at Harley MeVeys^ Mr. Charley Inman' drove to Ai- loona Sunday to see his father. Mr. Anrly Iiunan, who is there taking, treatment for cancer. [ I Mrs. Roy Love took ice cream and cake to school Friday so the teacher. Miss Treadway. and pupils could help her daughter Watnilta cele^ brnte her tenth birthday. Mr and Mi's. W. A. Moss spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. ' Herschel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Caddell, Bronson. sjjent Monday eveniiig at Chas. Inmon 's. Mrs. William Gwilliam is the first to have baby chicks in this neighborhood. She had two mcubaior;; that hatched last Tiiesday.' ' ^v-IQLA, KANSAS day. Mr. and Mi's. Albert Manning and Betty were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Bartlett's, Moran. Mrs. Dave Landon visited Tliurs- ciay-afternoon with Mrs. Franklin- i Dave Landon, Charlie Ensminger Ralph Hai-t. Albert HCanning, Philip Ensminger, A. D. Elfin, Wayne and Dale, were among those helping Mr. Lacy Thursday aftcriioon clear away the ashes and so on where their house was burnt. "What a desirable thing to have a friend you can trust!" ' "Or, belter still, one that will trust you." Dori't/3et them get a strangle hold. Fight germs .quickly. Creomulslon combines the 7 best helps known to modern science. Powerful but harmless Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your druggist will refiujd your iponey if any cough or cold no matter how long standing !s not relieved by Creomulslon. (adv.) $1.50 $2.95 $X,95 $3.95 Dodge City, Kans. —^"I w.is ' nervous i and my system ap- 1 l>f>ared to bo all run- ' (tmin,'' .said Sire. 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