Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 24, 1933 · Page 2
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1: KAGE TWO •nm TOLA' DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24. 1933. lOLA, KANSAS THE Wise ADVISED. Wise man, wlse'mah, ;Vou who preach, I^eel to Icam what ^ <3rass-blades teach.- Kheel to dew-drops; . '\ . "Globing skies, ', TcJ show you more of iParadise. Wise man. wise man. Do you know, Iri; your wisdom. ;HOW green things grow? How 'revelations ;Burst from seeds? And gospel's banner ;tJp from weeds? Your creed is only . 'A t)linding wall- Ask a rose-leaf To tell you all! Preacher, preacher, /" Do 1 not pass ' • Eden's pom ting -Blades of grass! "Wise,man. -wise man, •jYy tobe Rooted so in ; .• . iDivlnity! -^Lo^jis Ginsberg, in "The American Hebrew." i Mrs. J. G. Taylor gave .a benefit britlfe for |the Lightner fund Wednesday afternoon in her home, with Mrs.: B. L. 'Oswald and^Miss Maxine Wolf as assisting hostesses. I Mrs. Leon Gelphman was given ihe high score favor and Mrs. C..W. Campbell ' the consolation favor, launch was served after cards. All table appointments and the menu were in patriotic scheme and colors in honor of Washington's birthday. Those present. were: Mesdames Harry Bishop. Carol Thayer. Fern Harmon,^ Leslie Lee. Lee Moore, Leon Gelphman. Dewey Henderson, L. Q. Wolf. Ben Read. B: F. Scarborough, Ben Lytle. C. W. Campbell, H. C. LaMunyon, W. P. McFadden, Harold Ohvcr. Paul Carlson, T. O. Waugh. S. S. Shelly, C. E. Newman. Karl Bedenliender. Wl E. Dulinsky, Men V.' Lannlng, O. L. Heinfeld, Harry Wagner, and Ted Hnynes. •> • Second Division Holds Birihday Parly The Second divlsior of llie Presbyterian Working soc cty licld Us annual birthday^party yesterday afternoon ats the home 5f Mrs. A. .W. Anderson.; Mrs: Fred.Dunlap, cliair- man. conducted a ijhort business session after which the meeting was turned over to tlie program commitr tee. Mrs. L. L. Burt apdvMrs. Beaty Ray. Mrs. Ralph Stiver gave two numbers: "Dawn. Li^ht. and Bird Sopg" and "Friend o' Mine." The remainder of the time was spent woi-klng Jig Saw puzzles. A dtHcious luncheon was served the liostess assisted by Mrs. W. T. Thayer. Seventeen members were present and two guests, Mrs. P. W. Sherwood and Mrs. Zona Thompson of Long Beach, California. **• THird Division Meets with iVIrs. Klaamann The Third division of the Pi-esby- terian Worlcing society met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. H. Klaumann with Mrs. T. H. Waite and Mrs, T. G. Watterson assisting. Mrs. Klaumann,- chairman, presided over a short business session and Mrs. A. R. Enfield led the devotionals. Tlie afternoon was spent socially ^ Fourteen niembeirs were present and two guests, Mrs. J. L. Parkhurst and Mrs. Anderson. U. B. Ladies' Aid Society Weef The Ladles Aid society of the United Brethren church met yesterday ainhe home of Mrs. C. N. Wilson. After a short business session, the afternoon was spent in quilting. • • • David Taylor Entertains Sunday Scboot Class David Taylor entertained his Sunday school class fronj the Trinltjf Methodist church last night at his home. Eleven menibers were present. Games were played and re- treshments were served by Mr. Taylor's mother, Mrs. J. ». Taylor. <. Circle No. 1 Meets witli Mrs. Stratton Circle No. 1 of the Fust Methodist church met yesterday afternoon at the home of "Mrs. George Strattdn with Mrs. Eshelman and Mrs. Van Canip assisting. Mrs. Walter Amdt presided and Mrs. Frank Lawyer led the devotionals. After the business session, the afternoon-' was spent sewing.' Refreshments were served to the 16 members present. •> • • First Di\'ision Celebrates Birthday Party.: The First Division of the Presbyterian working society spent a pleasant afternoon yesterday at the church celebrating their annual birthday party. A covered dish, luncheon was servpd at which- Mrs. Samuel Brown furnished the birthday cake. The afternoon was spent quilting. Mrs. Prank Forrest,'chair-, man. presided. Twelve members were present. • • • Mrs. Barg:er Entertains Dinner Guests I Mrs. Louis Burger had as dinner gtiests Thursday noon, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burger. Louis Bm-ger, and Joy Lee Burger. • •:• •:• Past Noble Grand Club Entertains Husbands The memlsers of the Past Noble Grand club of the Dorothy Rebekah lodge entertained their, husbands last night with a seven o'clock covered di.sh dinner at the I. O. O. F. hall. The tables were decorated in the club colors of lavender and white and small red George Washington hatchets were at, each place as favors. Games were played after the dinner by the following members and their guests: Messrs. and Mesdames Cliarles Morrell, G. C. An- dei-son. W. E. Swinford, H. L. Frod- Eham. James McKamin. Oscar Mc- Karnin, Corbett. Thompson; Bruce Armacost. Tom Goes, Walter Maudlin. Roscoe Hess, Clyde Taylor, Merle Harclerode; Mesdames Myrtle Grove, Nora Henry, Prfed Menzie; Miss Alice Menzie; B. P. Heigele. ZANGARA, DEFIANT. GETS 80-YEAR SENTENCE GOLDEN VALLEY Feb. 20.—John Sttrtevilie^p:., spen'„ the week -end. in Deering with- his sister. Mrs." Waltd 'ESKferr Mr. Baker and their two children. Robert Eastwood visited Sunday with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eastwood. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Manbeck visited Sunday afternoon with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. Gimlln. Mr. and Airs. Ira Morrison, their children and her mother, Mrs. :Rirk- er. were among the guests at a dinner at the' L G. Morrison home Sunday, given in honor of the tolrthdays of ?.lr. Russell Morrison and hi^; small daught-er. Cjarol Bess Morri- Explaining he wantejd to kill President-elect Hoosevdt because he had ai?SaiBitaHstic pain," Giuseppe Zangara is shown in tliis dramatic picture in court at Miami just befora he was s^^<!»6^ to 80 years imprisonment for attemptmg to kill Roosevelt and three others. As sentence was imposeag^SIu^ ColUns (left), Zangara kept up his surly defiance and asked why sentence had not been made a "hun^^^wS." OFVWHAT POUnCAL PWZTYISHE ' THE HEAD? [ABOUBENADHEM (MAY HIS TRIBE INCRBfiSE)— WHO WI50TE THIS? WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM SPEED A HUMAN BODYFAUS? (Answers will be found on Page 3) Thursday ' afternoon. Only those members on north and south roads could get out to attend. A very pleasant afternoon was spent with Mrs. Reistroffer. Lovely refreshments were served to Mesdames I. OJ MoiTison. Russell Morrison, Charles Kohler. Scott Baker and, baby Francis, Charles Hawkins. E. H. Manbeck. H. V. Adams, Miss son. Mrs. the members of? the S.: C. club Reistroffec was hostess • to Woman Flyei^ HOBIZOIfXAIj 1 First wBman to make a solo trans-Atlantic flight. 8 New improved large Canadian caiial. 15 Device for removing dirt, 16 Like an areola. . X7 Twice. 18 Lnccrutliic .20 To observe. 21 Burden. ;i!3To stab (variant). 24 Opera songstress. 25 Citrus fruit. . 27 Mining hut. 28 Calking 'material. 29 Amphibole. 31. To make : amends for. 33 .Collection of facts. 34 To soak flax. . 35 Those who test food. 39 Bruisers. 43 Thoughts. 44 Camel's hair cloth. - .•Insiver to Previous Puzzle 46 Dtic reward or puiii.shmcnt. 47 Wands.. 48 Not frosh. 50 To rescue. .''il Constellation. 52 Helixes. 54 Sun. 55'Thick-headcd. 57 To decaj'. 58 Stout. 60 Previously. 61 Dogma. 62 Poems. VERTIC.4I/ 1 Digression in which a person is intro­ duced speaking Ills own words. 2 Placed in line. 3 Summary. 4 Laughter sound. 5 Social insect. 6 Fetid air. 7 Abnormal sleep.'• 8 Act of abandoning a claim. 9 Sea eagle. 10 Limb. 11 Behold. 12 European . clover. 13 Birthmark. 14 Reveries. 19 River. 22 Instrumental : compositions. 24 Darts . repieatedly. 26 Baseball teams. \ 28 Small'Greek .theater.; 3(f Brown viscous liquid. 33 BpACh. 3I> Long-drawn spoflch; 36 Worshiper. 37 Closed auto bodies. 38 Trenchant wit. 39 Satt of maifc acid. 40 Rubbed out. 41 Marked with sinuattt furrows. 42 Pillars of stone. 45 Low. grade ni^blenjan. 48'Sp 'ahl3h (abbr.). 49 DeUy. 52 Southeast. 53 Theirefore. 56 Street. 59 Exclamation used tp startle^ Velma Manbeck and the, hostefe. Mrs. I Reistroffer. Next meeting in twM weelcs with Mrs. John Stt;teviUe. Mr. Charles Inman and his mother,- Mrs.' Imnan o£iJIjaHarpeC .jJ went Sunday to see the father andi' husband, Mr. Andy inman .who is \n a hospital for treatment. • Mrs. Smith and sonl Mr. Ora Smith, entertained her son. Mr. Harry Smith and wife and her mother Sunday. On Monday another son,-Mr. Eugene Smith and farii- ily of Bush City, were their guests. Miss Margaret Shorter spent the week-end with her teacher, Mls .5 Perry, near, Bronson. . Miss Shorter with her parents, are inoving this week to the Bibens place, west of Mildred for the com- :ingyear. ; Mr, and Mrs. Prank Stanzel will move to the Walter Wood place, vacated/by the Shorters. Mrs. Margaret Eastwood'Stafford who. is spending a few days with her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastwood, with her husl>and, Mr; Freddie Stafford, attended a six o'clock dinner Sunday at the Dave Alderman home, given in honor ot their daughter Arlehe and 2/Ir. L. D. Smith, who were just recently m.irried i Mr. and'Mrs. Hai-ry Smoot anJ family entertained Sunday for her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. ^Mjon'ison The baby son of Mr..- and' Mrs. Earl Roush is quit(i sick wljth a deep cold. ! • Misses Mary Helen and Rutli Adam.s wore week-end Quests of Mr. and Mrs, Sam Lower of Salem neighborhood. • ' Mr. and Mrs. John Stutevilie visited Sunday afternoon ^lth;_her mother and sisters, Mrs. MJary Manbeck, Misses Ncta and Ida Mani beck of Moran.. j i Mr. and Mrs. John Manbeck ano) son Delbert. railed on Mr. land Mrs- Moyno Knapp Sunday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Skjmner visited Sunday with his mother who hves north of LaHarpe. arid is^ very ill- I Roy .^derson spent Saturday evening at the Charles Hawkins home Milton Nelson threshfed kafl; Monday for H. V. Adams] Sunday School ...Lesson... JESUS SHOWS HIS POWEK The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for February ZB.i Test: Mark 4:35-41; 5:1-8, 15, 18-20. BY W>I. E. GILROY, D. D. Eflitor of The Congregationalist. The power of Jesus as illustrated mthe two incidents of our lesson is not fully revealed except as we take Uiese hicidents as symbolic of the deeper power of Jesus to quiet the storms of the soul and to heal the spirit as well as the rnlha. The first incident is the dramatic story of the disciples at sea with the Master. Wearied with hl^ teaching, he has fallen asleep on a cushion in the stem of the boat in spite of the storm. The terrified disciples come and waken him with the question. "Master, carest thou not that we perish?" And the recotd is that Jesus rebuked the se4, saying, "Peace, be .still." So th'at they came in safety to the other side. Well niiglit the disciples have said. "Who then is this, that even the wind and the sea obey him?"At the other side of the lake, as soon .IS Jesus had left the t>oat, there came a man out of the tombs with an "unclean spirit,'" or as we should say today, an insane man. so wild in his insanity that even .cHains could not hold him. He .came crying to Jesus, more perhaps in the wildness of raving than in any intelligence of worship. It was then that Jesus licaled him. *f:& kU.„tbat had been done-for hun. to thbse among; whom he had lived, publishing widely the praise of Jesus and his power to save. The story has a suggestion for jifi. Often we think of Christian life and work only in terms of the .thiRgs that we should like best to ido, yrhereap the Master has for us tofae way'of less;attractive "sei-vice where we can be really more effecf tivn. Th* more truly we have experienced the enrichiiife and saving pow-' er of Christ, the less shall we be concerned about the method ot service, and the more eager shall vie be to live and work where God calls us to the most I effective witness. . We are here face to face with nllraculous incidents that are to be read and understood in the Ught of the whole record of the Ufe of Jesus. •Tq.sus himself warned us against thinking of him as a, hiagician. where we must think of him as a Savior. It was not - his wonder-working powei^ but his wonder-working power to save that he stressed in all his teaching. We should think of that power to save not as depending upon any power to perform wonderful works, but of the wonderful works as depending upon the^ Ijower to save. : • . / The story of the miraculous in-, cidenls is followed with an interesting sidelight on the method and counsel of Jesus. This poor fellow who had been saved from his de- inented condition naturally desired with great earnestness that he miRht be with the man who had been Instrumental In «lving him. Surely JeSus would have welcomed so intense a disciple who had .so much reason for love and gratitude! But no, Jesus told him. rather, to GO back to his house and to hl.s friends and to tclPtliem what grea-- thlngs the Lord-had done for him. SKYROCKET Feb. 22.—-Mr. and ,Mrs. Ira Bacon and family visited Sunday at Kenneth Kirkpatrick's, near Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones weit- shopping in Humboldt Friday aft- emnon. Mr. and Mi's. Lawencc Bolinger visited at the parental Ludlum hftn-.; Sunday. Miss DoUle .Adams visited school Wednesday afternooa Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drury were Sv.ndf.y guests at Lew Bigelows. The doctor WTIS called Wednesday to see Robert Laver, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry: Laver, who is quite sick. Pi-iends and neightwrs gathered at the home of Harold Butts' Saturday nipht for a farewell party since they are moving to another community. • Ml', and Mrs. TOm Zimmermar- and familyi ate Simday dinner at John Zimmerman's. Ed Gibsons are moving to a farm near Bronson. A farewell party was given them Monday nighr. Mr.'and tlrs. Prank Sears wer? calling at John Zimmermah's Tuesday afternoon. Hatve Liidlum's • spent' Sunday ex'enlng at Irvln Hollingsworth's. The commimlty meeting Friday night was well attended. Tlie next meeting will be March 10, when new ofQeers will be elected to thrbiVghout th^ ^lunmer. serve First Methodist Church. The Sunday school meets at 9:45. The morning sermon will, be ,the third in /Ti pre-Easter series. The hoard df stewards will meet at 3. The. Epworth. League will meet at 6:30. The Epwwth League will agata furnish the program for the evening service, 7:30 o'clock. The -World Day of Prayer for Missions will be observed March 3, at the Baptist Temple, with the re- ,treat'at 10 ;a. m, and the afternoon service at 2:30. W. P. WHARTON, Pastor. Christian Church. You will he happier dm-ing the day and the week will be brighter If you go to church Sunday. Sermon by the' minister both morning and evening. , Wide awake Bible School at 9:45 a.m. Communion and preaching 11:00 a. m. Sermott subject "Going' Further." Christian,. Endeavor will meet at 6:30 p; m. Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Serinon. Subject: "The Seven Greatest Wonders." Gas - City Methodist Church. .Morning worship at 9:45. Theme, "The Ever Present Jehovah," Sunday school at 11 o'clock. Junior League at 4:30 and Senior League at, 6:30. The Ladles' Aid will conduct a food sale at the M & M grocery this Saturday, and are preparing a play to be given in the near future. Installation of Sunday, school officers and teachers will take place a week from Sunday at the morning service. W. E. VAN PATTEN, Pastor. First United Brethren Church. Albert V. Kowland—Pastor.. Earl Knock—Sunday school superintendent. 9:45 Worship,program. 10:05 Sermon, "What it Means to be Trustworthy." 10:30 Investiture service for our boy scouts Sunday .school classes. 11:13 Dismissal. 6:80 Intermediate and Senior Endeavors. , . 7:30 Evening .service. Sermon, "Walking'With Jesus." Wednesday evening 7:00 .o'clock, regular mid-week service with choir practice following at 8 o'clock. World Day of Prayer will be observed next Friday at the Baptist Temple. You are invited. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH. (Second and Neosho Sts.) Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11:00 a. m. and Tuesday and Wednesday evening. All are welcome. J.-A. DUNHAM, Pastor. Church o( God. (Corner'Fourth and Madison.> Sunday school 10 a. m. , Homer. Teats, Supt. Morning Js-rvice 11 a. m. Young People's meeting 6:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m. A revival is in progress each evening at 7:30 p. m. You are invited to attend these services. EZRA HOOD, Pastor. * Presbyterian Church. Sunday, with Sunday .school, worship services and young people's meetings. Let us observe the Lord's day. , -Rev. J. Fi-emont Watson. Coffey- vlUe. will 'speak at the morning service, otur regular njisslonary praise service. Mr. Snuffer will be in his pulpit in the evening. Monday, Scouts. Wednesday at 6.15, the last of olir covered dish luncheons and lectures on Dr. McAfee's book. Thursday 7:30, Meeting of official boards. Friday, World Day of Prayer. Join in the services at the Baptist Temple at 11 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Trinity Methodist Churclu Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Theme "The Ever Present Jehovali." Epworth Leagues at 6:30. Theme at 7:30 will be. "America Wants Religion!" The General Aid will hold a penny supper next Wednesday evening. • Installation of Sunday school teachers anrl^fficcrs will take place Sunday. March 5. at morning services. , ' i Woodson-Allcn county Epworth League rally sit Neosho Falls Tuesday evening. W. E. VAN PATTEN, Pastor. a meetlhg of Sunday school eachers and offfcers-^111 be held aft T that. The illSBonary Union "of ;he city will ob^fl^the World's Oay of Prayer qfof^Plssions In the Baptist "Temple on,next Friday. Thi mom-| ihg seryice«^lll begin at la a. m. and the^ afternoon meeting pt 2:30. ^ Nazarenc Church. ••223 N; Sycamore St. All regular services Sunday with preachliig at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. The Young People's meeting is at 6:30 p. tn. Tlie Sunday schiolhour it 10 a. -th. with interesting |eachcrs and daises for all ages. Onb of the young fpiuisters will, preach Wednesday T.ZO p. m. A wel(j£)m.e awaits everyone} at this' church. M, R. BISHOP, Ijastor PilAIRIE UNldN : Feb. io—Mr. and Mrs. N . Lanlz have mj^ved to the property vacated by O. \Y. Rajneys. We are glad to welconW Mr. and Mrs. Lantz to tliis neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. "Herrick and daughte •. £>ixie LaJune visited at the H. McD^wn home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pi-ank Heini,i('k and family.."ipent Sunday with Air. and Mrs. R.ObS Hondrix. Mrs. Jane Hendrix aiic Edward. C. He; nlein and Mary visited last Sunday «itli DaLsy Foglemiin and family.; Mr. and- Mrs. Ora Strick er anrt t?irlr, visited at the parental Strick- Icr home Sunday afternoon. Charl(.4 Martin helped Mr. Ramey's hiove to tlieir new home in Mis-souri Friday.' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. HeiTitk _ and daughter and Mrs. N. T. Strickler were in-lola Monday. Mrs. ^trickier consulted a doctor, as she Jias another abpcess in her throat. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting 8:00 p. m. . Sunday school 9:45 a. m. The-reading room at corner of East and Sycamore streets, is open daily from 2 to 5 p. m., Simdays and hoUdays excepted. "Christ Jesus." will be the subject of the lesson sermon in all churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, February 26th. Golden Text: Hebrews 1:1-2—God who at sundry times' and in divers manners spake in- time past unto the! fathers by the prophets, hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed hdr of all things, by whom also he made the worlds. ; • The pubUc is cordially .invited to attend the church sei-vices and to enjoy the privilege and make use of the reading room. . It was a much harder task than to go with the Master,, and yet the record Is that tills man accepted the task bravely and loyally, and went, taking the stoi-y of the Master and Soothes the tbro^Fre^ ensthemoutli^ O\^ERC0MES BAP BREATH T^e Soundest Rule —ew written on business is the Golden Rule. Any business should be a life devoted to doing the right thing. -PHONE 36- Funeral Service Wl A U G H Ami>ulanGe Service GREY GENUINE WATER SNAKE PUMPS GENUINE WATER SNAKE TIES 30 Other New Spring Sty les Gver$^95 The BapUst Temple. Regular services at regular hours on Sunday. At the morning worship period Dr. Sowerby will ijreach on "Magnetism in Morality." In the . evening the young people will put on the di-ama, "Indian Friendship." The characters, will be taken by Misses Frances Fee, Lena Crider, Juanita Taylor. Mrs. Ravla Old; Messrs. Merris Dice, Frank Taylor, Fremont Clinkenbeard. Earl Osborne. The supper was a great success for the mid-Week meeting last Wednesday evening. Over 30 were present. We will have it again this week. Tlie meeting wiU be out at. 8 o'clock, but POWDER SAMEPRIGE AS42 YEARS AGO. 25*^*^51 DeubhTisied .r . Podle Action! * MiLkJ0MS^jOl^.P,6UN DS U SE O UND , FAMOUS FOR ITS COLORFUL TONE, k new Majestlc will bring you 'year 'round eojoymeot for years to comej The 1933 models incorporate every worthwhile feature of ridio, setting a new standardfor all 'round performance. 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